When taking pictures with my camera the pictures are very distorted. The picture has vertical ripples running through it. You can barely make out shapes but there is no problem with the color. This happens before the picture is taken on the LCD, and after it is stored to the CF Card.
I figured that this might have something to do with the CCD. If that is the problem then would the CCD have to get replaced?
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Need a little more info Jeff on the symptoms that you're experiencing. But based on the model camera (Canon A95), I'm going to guess a common symptom for that model in that you're camera is taking black or distorted purple pictures? If that is true, then see this link for Canon may repair it for free (with free shipping too!).
This is a problem with the LCD and/or possibly the optics in the camera. Typically happens when the camera is dropped or receives a heavy jolt. You will need to take it to a repair person or have the camera replaced.
Sounds like a Vista or Picasso problem. Suggest you use explorer to copy photos directly from camera to a folder on your computer, then look at them and see if they are OK, if so, it is a Picasso problem. If the same, is likely a Vista problem. If still in doubt. Take memory stick to a photo lab and load on their system and see what you get.