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Weird looking images.

After taken a picture, the image turns out to be weird as in the images has been distorted. For an example if take a picture of a box, the top line of the box is swiggly, and the rest of the box is just smeared all the way down vertically. How do I fix this problem? Thank you.

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  • Meeshster May 31, 2008

    i have a nikon 5400 where all the images come out distorted and a purplish. is this the CCD as well?

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You ddon't fix it This is a CCD failure and in some cases had been subject to a recall. Contact Nikon support-this may be one of the recalls and replacement camera could be on its way.

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