Question about Canon IXUS 860 IS Digital Camera
This is not a common problem on these sets.This is not a settings problem,infact what is widely known as ; CCD Sensor ' fault.Check the previous images saved. If even the saved images/video's looked blurred, this confirms defective LCD screen. If saved images are fine, then this is highly suggestive of faulty CCD sensor.
If that is LCD screen, it could be an expensive deal to get it replaced as compared to the cost of the product. However, if it is CCD sensor, you could contact Canon and see, if there is any recall for it as in the past, there were certain recalls due to CCD sensor.
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Posted on Jan 01, 2011
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