Question about Nikon D70s Digital Camera
There is this THIS VERTICAL WHITE LINE appearing on my photos. It appears on the mid-left side of the photo. What do you think is it & how can I fix it? And how can I send you at least 3 pictures for you to see what I'm taking about? Anyway, I'm sure that it's not dust or lint on the low-pass filter. Please help.
You may be able to photoshop the single line out by reducing the white colors as you do when you reduce the purple colors to compensate for "fringing"in a optical zoomed shot. Im not that proficient in photoshop but that is the idea. If it is a series of regular horizontal white lines, the ccd is shot and should be a recall camera per sony ccd recall program (sony made all the defective ccd's in many brands of cameras) I have heard that if you shoot in RAW or in black and white, you can get around these problems, but am not sure. You can then add color later, kinda weird, but it has been written.
Posted on Jan 31, 2008
Is the sun reflecting off something in that area of the photo. While sun-flare is multi-directional, overloading a CCD pixel can cause a thin vertical line beyond the flare - all the way to the top and bottom of the screen.
Posted on Sep 29, 2007
If you have the images in your computer them click on the 'Add image to your post' instruction and follow the prompts. But from what you tell me this appears to be a CCD problem and the camera should be returned to the vendor if under warranty or contact the Customer support at Nikon other wise. for the camera to be replaced
Posted on Jul 24, 2007
Close the lens with the lens cap set the camera in manual mode and take two or three shots. Or take shots at darkness still if you see the white line may be CCD or circuit fault.If you don't see it the problem is with the lens.
Posted on Mar 27, 2008
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