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While lines problem

I'm seeing vertical white lines when shooting a very bright object.

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Re: While lines problem

There's nothing wrong with your camcorder. This sometimes occurs when there is a lot of contrast between the background and the subject or object you're shooting. Try shooting from a different angle or adjusting the lighting conditions.

Posted on Sep 06, 2005

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