Camera images have horizontal white lines across. Picture looks like it was taken in "Fog" plus add the white lines. Image quality improves if I select the Noise reduction clear image mode setting. But if I reset the camera to factory defaults the picture is worthless. This just started happening.
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but u will get it repaired Free of Charge as Fuji has taken notice as all manufac and i got my S5000 repaired Free from Fuji just call them tell them about BAD CCD it is a known manufac fault in thousands of cameras just call them quick www.fujifilm.com
If it is Canon A95 camera then it has problem of bad ccd Image and needs to be replaced that part. Canon will repair A95 for bad ccdImager problem free of cost. Please click Canon ccdImager advisory for details.
If the photo shoot out show white , the obscure (quality variation), and even horizontal line ( white lines), and so on over-exposure cases, even if the use of anti-tremor, set to default values are invalid, because the camera shutter fault.
Can't repair by yourself. It's need repair camera machine shutter.
Try first to reset your camera. Press the menu button, go over to setup, go down to reset, press the right arrow, highlight reset and press set. Don't worry it won't erase any of the pictures on your memory card. If that doesn't work you can try and manually set the white balance on your camera and I would recommend sending it into repairs if that doesn't work since it's taking nighttime pictures fine. :)
Mine had the same problem (except the stripes are horizontal). I sent it to Canon and sure enough it is the CCD problem that many of these have. The good news is that it is covered under a recall and Canon will fix it free, including the shipping.
Cameras dont like drop tests!
Check if you are getting the same results on the images- printed or viewed on the computer screen.
This will prove whether is is a LCD error or CCD error or Processor error
But the remedy will be that same