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Photos have horizontal lines

When I take photos without using the zoom, there are lines that look like a venetian blinds. But if i use the zoom a little bit, the lines are gone. I am not certain what's wrong the camera but I was able to use it like 5 minutes before this actually happened.

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  • chippychip Jul 03, 2008

    I have the same problem just like what stycxxx98118 is having. I think my problem is a little more complicated than hers, because even when I zoom the camera and take the photo, the lines are still there. Another issue is that whenever I took any pictures the image comes out white. Please help me solve this problem as soon as possible.

  • Anonymous Jul 09, 2008

    I have this camera for sometimes and one day out of the blue the horizontal lines appear. Strange thing is that the video mode is working fine. Does anyone have a solution on how to fix this?

  • trevorbellis Jul 12, 2008

    all my photos have horizontal lines, like venetion blinds.I have had the camera for about 18months and have been really happy with its performance,now suddenly this! I have reset the settings to manufacturers defaults,cleaned the lens changed the battery,and all to no avail.This was not a cheap camera ,how can this be remedied?

  • chipsterpark Aug 20, 2008

    my problem w/this camera is just as chippychip had described. this is frustrating. it'd be a great camera otherwise.

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Ok, first of all......when you transfer the pictures to a computer are the blue lines still in the picture? Also if you reset the camera does the image still come out white?

A lot of times what happens is that there is nothing wrong with the actual picture it is the lcd. When you transfer the picture it looks ok you are only seeing the blue lines on the lcd. That means that the lcd is going out. If you transfer the picture and the blue lines are still in the picture after transfer then we can try to reset the camera as there is something else going on besides the lcd. More that likely it is just an lcd that needs to be replaced.

With a white image that usually means that the white balance is off on the camera. I would recommend resetting the camera and then try retaking some pictures to see if they are still coming out white. If they are then you would have to send the camera in to be repaired.

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