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Re: What does the CCD plane indicator do?

It shows the standard line of the shooting distance and indicates the position of the CCD plane in the camera body. Use this indicator when measuring camera-to-subject distance. The exact distance from the lens-mounting flange to the CCD plane is 46.5mm.

Posted on Aug 29, 2005

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I am sorry to hear regarding the trouble. This is a common problem on these models. It is either a faulty CCD sensor or LCD panel. If this is a problem while taking new images,however old images are still perfect - this indicates a problem with CCD sensor unless this is an indication of faulty LCD panel. Unfortunately, in both situations, repair is never advisable as the cost of repair would be high as compared to cost of the camera. It would be wise to invest in new camera. Be advised that if it is faulty CCD sensor, there were few recalls in the past for old models.So, it would be worth giving a call to their customer service and ask whether there is any recall or not. If not, they might offer a replacement in lieu of this camera at a highly discounted price.

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You can't replace the ccd sensor in your camera . You need to take to a technician to replace it .

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