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White Vignette ('Artistic' white edge) around all photos

My F700 has decided to become 'artistic' and surround each picture with a white vignette (soft-edged white frame around image). It's not a problem with the CCD sensor or the LCD display-- while taking a picture, the entire image area in the LCD looks normal-- it's just the save picture that has the vignette.
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I think I've stumbled onto an artistic photo option-- Any ideas how to turn it off?

--PaulMmn

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  • Dalek Sec Aug 11, 2008

    PaulMmn, I don't think its the artistic option. The same thing has happened to my camera. Sometimes I get a completely white screen. Also I sometimes get green/purple blurring when I first switch it on. I tried to email Fuji but I ended up filling in a form to return the camera, which I don't want to do in case its an expensive repair.

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I sent my camera back to Fuji and they replaced the CCD free of charge. I had the same problem plus sometimes the pics just came out completely white

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