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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.
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My guess is that the internal battery (not the main battery) is faulty and it has lost it's stored settings. Try changing it to English and keep it charged, don't let it deplete, see if it retains the setting. As far as the line is concerned, without a proper description its hard to say, but often bright highlights will cause a line down the display because of the way the imaging chip works, that is normal if it is only present with highlights
It is not very easy to say few lines to tutor ,but learn to use only by experience.Put the battery on for charging.Once fully charged slide the power switch to camera.Open the lens cap ,open the view finder display.Now you can see the picture on your screen.Set the camera to auto focus.show the camera to a white screen so as to white balance the camera.Now point at an object and do a trial Zooming using the auto zoom with your finger.The image will come closer and you can draw it to white screen.Having an object in view on the white screen,press the record button.Slowly move the zoom forward to get the right frame of the object.Press reccording button once again to stop.Repeat the process on different scenes.
Now shift the mode switch to play and rewind and play the reccorded portion.Practice.
You may have a problem with a stuck shutter lens. Try putting the shutter on auto shutter. Also try tapping around the lens with a solid object to loosen the shutter to make it operate again. Try shooting bright objects and see if will respond again. Try shaking the camera by the lens carefully. Make sure you do not damage your camera with any of these fixes. If this does not work you may have to have a service center look at the shutter mechanism to free it. It may also be another problem with the camera. The pick-up circuits may have lost power and are not working correctly. This type of problem will require service from a service center. I hope this information helps you with your problem.
When you shot your white balance (WB) did you shoot it under sane lighting conditions that you where filming, And if you did how many diffretn light sources where present when you filmed. Blue cast useually means (WB) set to hot (beaning light source is hotter in kalvins) for what your shooting. Example shooting indoor gym that uses arclights are very bright then shooting around normal incandesent lights very dim. Alot of the time there are multible light soures in the envioment your shooting in sun coming in through window lamps on table floursent lights overhead ect..
Know if you want to change (WB) after you shot your footage there are programs avalible to do this. But there usely exspensive.
Hope this helpes you. Good Luck! Need more help or info please comment back. Please rate.
If the recording is ok and output from the body is also looks good, VF unit needs repair. Make sure the brightness control on the VF is tested before seding for repair. -James. For further assistance by email, go to www.camerarepairjapan.com