LCD screen is not producing a normal picture screen
For example I turn on my camera, and I decide to take a picture of my computer. The screen's image is moving when the computer is still. When I take pictures of anyone, it turns out looking like radiation pictures, all yellowy and orangey hues. What is the problem?
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Not clear when you have white lines. While looking on the screen or really on a image. Lots of camera's produce lines on the LCD, when using the LCD to frame the picture. Special when there are small and sharp lights in the image. But the sensor is not capturing that while making the picture. It is a sort of smear on the screen. Also, when you try to make a picture in bright lights, you can get flares, but those you can see on the screen and in the picture. To fight flares, most camera's and lenses come with sun hoods. Your camera does not have a hood, so try to avoid shining bright lights on the front of the lens.
Based on the information provided it seems that the issue may be with the LCD Screen. You can check if the Camera is working by capturing images and inserting the Memory Stick in the Computer Memory Card slot. If the image capturing is normal then the images can be saved to the Computer. If the images are not getting captured, then the issue may be with the Camera. We can try power resetting the Camera to resolve the issue.
Turn off the Camera. Remove the battery pack. Press and hold the power button for 15 seconds. Then, allow the Camera to remain without power for 60 seconds. If the issue persists after resetting, then service may be required to identify the exact cause.
From what you tell me, it seem that either the LCD is going, if not gone yet, or the display IC is going. Replacing the LCD is possible, but rectifying an IC is beyond economic repairs. So hope it is the former. And do visit take the camera to the service centre.
This is a common problem with all LCD screens without anti-reflective coatings.This is normal. Increase the brightness of LCD while shooting in the sun. Internal memory normally takes only a few images. This is normal. Use a memory card to shoot more images.
This is when zooming through your camera LCD I presume? For small screens usually banding and pixelation is common, if this happens also when the picture is zoomed in on a larger monitor like on your computer then the resolution you set for your camera is low. You can check for the camera setting and increase the resolution from for example 1024x768 to a much higher value and the fuzinnes (blur) will disappear altogether...