Camera shut off during photos and will not turn back on
I charged my camera all night then today while taking pictures, the camera shut off and will not turn back on. Even when I plug in the charger it does not even charge. I bought a new battery and still nothing.
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canon powershot A470 problem when i click photo then white image come?
but when i use it night it is normal. but during daylight or with
sunlight.. white image appear....and every time i take a picture there's a horizontal line appears in the picture..
If u r taking in low light situation, u pls change ur photo mode to Night mode.. But while u change it to Night mode, take extra care not to shake even a little.. If u do so.. u will blur ur photo.. Best of luck..
to get good pictures you have to stay at least at the same speed as the aperture: 100mm - 1/100sec mini 200mm - 1/200sec mini if you are in automatic mode, the camera says" there is no enough light, the aperture is max (f:2.8 or f:4) so i shut down the speed." and go against the rule. you have several solution: 1 you stay in automatic mode and take yor photos with a tripod. 2 you put your camera in speed pririty, with the good speed, and try not to moove during the shoot (you can put your camera on something stable) 3 you tune up the iso 4 2+3
I have the same problem too with my a430, when i shoot outdoor, it's like over exposed, more of a white, but it's good indoor shooting aside for some horizontal lines. i already reset all the settings, still nothing changed
See if you can display pictures in playback mode. If you can then it is probably the CCD sensor that is faulty ( either no image at all or heavily distorted pictures on you led screen in capture mode.
camera should be repaired free of charge if it is the CCD block since properly manufactured one lasts 15 + years.