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I purchased a a730 Digital camera ............

Little lines come up everytime I take a picture. Close up the picture looks okay but far away pictures have alot of small lines in the screen. Everything else works fine.

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    I too all of a sudden get lines in medium range pictures 3 to 4 ft from camera. Items a ft from camera are okay and no lines. This stinks. The camera is only 3 months old. Loved it until this just started up for no reason.

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Internal problems.
Call the maker at this site:
http://www.general-imaging.com/us/service/firmware.html

That sounds like it could be a ccd problem, they may fix it free.

Posted on Sep 27, 2008

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