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Lines and blurry pics

When I take a picture there are lines on the image and sometimes its blurry.

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  • glads0913 Aug 26, 2007

    and if that would replace will there be no problems about the picture quality or is it better to buy a new one

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The ccd image sensor is the problem of your camera....is it need to be replace by canon service...cause that is a production defect...check the model of your camera to the canon costumer...maybe is the one of the recall product....

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