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Tilted pictures

I`ve had this camera for about a month now, up until now no problems. Today I took a number of shots and the majority of them are tilted to the right, some quite noticable. This has never happened before. You`ll have to bare with me, I`m a novice to digital photography. The camera has taken some fine pictures and is everything I need. I can compensate for the tilt using PSP7 but that`s still not answering the problem. The camera has never been dropped.

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Re: Tilted pictures

First you should verify your findings by taking some photos with the camera sitting on a level surface. Check for level while viewing through the viewfinder and also while viewing the LCD screen on the back of the camera. When you are sure that everything looks level, take several pictures. If the pictures are out of plumb, something inside the camera has shifted. This is not fixable by you. The camera should still be under warranty. When you send the camera for warranty repair, be sure to print the pictures and include them with the camera. You might first check to see if you can still return it to the store where you made the purchase (take along the purchase receipt). Let them see the pictures.

Posted on Sep 06, 2005

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