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Hi dear! 1. If you see like window blind on LCD when you camera switch on at camera mode. Check one more thing, press menu botton. You still see like window blind on LCD. and then you have defective LCD unit. Otherwise, you have shutter blades (not dust cover blades in front of lens) defect inside of lens unit assembly. If LCD defect will be very inexpensive service and easy, otherwise, you bring to local repair shop. (very easy problem)
If Actual picture come out like window blind image, then I want you load to computer and open the file. You still see like window blind image. then 200% is the shutter blades not working properly inside of lens unit. Bring to local repair shop unless you are not able. Then I can give a little monkey job! using a tooth brush!
Maybe those shots you took were in the raw mode, If so then you have to convert them with the Nikon software that camera with the camera,to view them in your laptop, Try installing that software then view them again, Hope this helps,
Are you formatting the card in the camera as you're supposed to? Have you tried going into the menu and finding "reset" and followed the on-screen instructions? Do you have photos on the internal memory? If so, remove your card and format the camera to erase the memory.
Your shutter is not firing correctly.
To confirm this try taking video as this mode does not use the shutter.
Lines on your photo's mean over exposure due to the shutter not closing over the lens completely.
Lens will have to be dismantled and cleaned
It sounds like the resolution on the monitor may be set incorrectly in Photoshop. Try a different monitor setting. Twelve megapixels may result in your monitor "seeing" so many pixels it tries to ignore the excess ones, resulting in an image that looks poor on your monitor. If you order one print, that may give you an idea of the true printed quality without spending a lot of money on a bunch of bad prints. The F50 is truly an excellent camera and gives super images, from my experience.