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It takes pictures and it is like the color in the picture is being drawn out and makes the picture blurry. But ocassionally it will take a good pic. Can this be fixed or is it time for a new one?

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  • Anonymous Dec 19, 2008

    I GOT MY MAGAPIXEL CAMRA AND THE COLOR IS MESSED UP

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Hi i have the same problem, what about if the pictures are not ok on computer is there a way of fixing the lcd screen or is it a case of just bin it

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Does this happen all under the same lighting conditions, or in low or very bright light? If consistent light, do the pictures still seem faded or blurry on the screen of a computer? if so, the sensor might be damaged, and yes a new one. If they're ok (consistent) on computer screens, then the camera lcd might be loose or damaged which means its fine but give it away and get a new one if you can't handle shooting without relying on the lcd.

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