The camera on my phone displays distorted and takes distorted pictures (off colors, similar to solarisation effects) and has recently become so distorted that you can't tell the pictures...no idea what's causing this one.
Also, just in the past 1-2 days the left side of my slide keypad as well as the left-right arrows on the center toggle are no longer functioning, or function highly sporadically. Any ideas as to what might be causing this?
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Now a days we have all these awesome cameras and computer programs that can edit the photos into some thing new and cool. Even from my cell phone I can edit a photo on the spot and create a cool image, but did you know that you can do these same effects with a regular old disposable camera?
Making 3D pictures You can easily create 3D images with your disposable cameras. The way that 3d works is by taking two pictures of the same thing from slightly different angles. So if you take two disposable cameras and tape them together one upside down and one right side up. You can use a few of the methods on this site to view your 3D images.
Color filters You can get some really cool color effects when you hold a flash filter up infront of the flash. If you want to get really creative you can use wax paper or other clear colorful wrapping plastics to get some interesting effects.
Damage the lens
Damaging the lens can do some really cool stuff. Take a screw driver or piece of steel wool and scratch the edges of the lens. Doing this will give you an awesome framed look and there are so many options for things to do. Even just flipping the lens inside out will give you a different picture.
Disposable cameras may seem like something from the past, but with these tips you can make some really cool artwork. There is really no limit to the effects that you can get from playing with a disposable camera and best of all they don't require you to learn a new photo editing software!
Sound like a malfunctioning
CCD-image sensor. Rare, but possible problem with your LCD screen viewer... in both cases (LCD or CCD) this isn't a job that you could solve yourself; this wrong
images or abnormal colors, scratchy purple lines, blank or black pictures,
and/or black videos with good sound being recorded on the camera's flash
suggest check THIS LINK for additional details in this previous solutions for an Defective
CCD (Charge Coupled
Device) and next contact your Olympus service. Istrongly suggest(taking intoconsiderationthe age of yourcamera) to
evaluatethe cost ofrepairversusthe
cost of anewcamerawith similarfeatures,before making afinaldesicion.
Two things there, first... could be a problem with the viewer screen, or, second choice could be a problem with the CCD sensor or go to bad; in both cases this isn't a job that you could solve yourself; this wrong include distorted images or abnormal colors, scratchy purple lines,
blank or black pictures, and/or black videos with good sound being
recorded on the camera's flash card.
I suggest check THIS LINK for additional details in this previous solutions for an Defective CCD
(Charge Coupled Device) and next contact your Canon service. Istrongly suggest(taking intoconsiderationthe age of yourcamera) to evaluatethe cost ofrepairversusthe cost of anewcamerawith similarfeatures,before making afinaldesicion.
It is known problem of bad ccd imager in Sony DSC-T1 camera and ccd imager chip will be replaced to get normal live view in camera mode. Sony will repair it free of cost so click Sony CCD Imager Support for details. Thanks.
I'm pretty sure it's a defective CCD sensor inside the phone, especially if the image has an overexposed look and the shapes of objects appear distorted. If you can't get a replacement under warranty there is both an T-Mobile G1 Repair Guide and a third party T-Mobile G1 Repair Service, If you try a self-repair make sure you feel comfortable with opening devices that are not meant to be user serviceable.
Your DSC-F88 has problem with CCD Imager and needs to be replaced. Good news is Sony will replace it free of cost. Click Sony Official website to get further instructions. Hope this info will helpful for you.
You might have "color filter" settings. Turn the digital filters off. Here is what manual at p72 says.
"You can take pictures using digital filters. The filters consist of color filters such as red, blue and green, a soft filter that produces a fuzzy effect. Color filters Eight colors, black-and-white, sepia, red, pink, violet, blue, green and yellow, are provided for the color filters. When you select a color filter in the Digital Filter mode, the display on the LCD monitor is filtered with the selected color, and the pictures are taken in that color."