Question about Cameras
There could be several causes for this. I am not sure what kind of camera you are using, but if it is a DSLR, switch out the lens and see if that corrects the problem. Also try rebooting it, take the lens off, turn the power off, pull out the battery, wait 30 minutes, and then re-assemble and try again. If the problem still persists, it could mean there is a light leak. Here's how you can check, enclose the camera in a box and just make a small opening big enough for your lens to stick out. If the streak is still there, I suggest calling the manufacturer.
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Posted on Mar 16, 2011
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