I have noticed that the picture seems to be excessively bright with the whites -- this is especially noticable during sporting events. The whites are so bright that it washes out the other colors around it. I have connected PS3, HDTV Dish, and DVD player to the single HD input on the back via a mutliple switcher from Audio Authority.
This is very noticable during outdoor scenes and makes the TV un-watchable if there is any snow in the picture.
Adjusting the parameters in the TV doesn't seem to help and turing the Iris on or off also doesn't seem to help.
Thanks for any help.
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White shadow or white lines may occur if the light was too bright when you take the picture, especially in strong sun light. Have you turn off the flash light when you taking those picture ? If you haven't, then you should try to turn off your camera flash light manually. And I must remind you not to take a picture with your lens faced the sun light or other light (lamp etc) directly. Even if you take a picture outdoors, try to make your lens shaded by something, you can even use your own shadow to shade them.
i have the same exact problem with mine. it's two and a half years old as well. i also noticed that if you try taking pictures in any of the best shot modes the pictures come out looking like paintings.
Open up the back of the set but be very carefull. Notice a large black block with a large red wire that runs up to the picture tube. on one side of that large block where the thick red wire is comming out of are two controls, one should be marked focus or F and one should be marked screen or S. With the set operating normally and not touching anything else, slowly turn the control marked screen or S clockwish till the picture gets bright enough. If you go too bright the set will shut down or you see small thin white lines so back down on the control. then touch up the focus and your good to go. good Luck.