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It sounds as if the color controller/circuit board is becoming sensitive and may soon disconnect. Don't be surprised if someday soon, the picture goes very dark or vanishes completely. Have a technician check it out with his test equipment to locate the exact problem.
You see the 'lighting' symbol at the top of the round 4-way switch on
the back of the camera - while in the record mode, pressing the 'up'
switch will cycle thru the various flash settings: Auto, Fill-in,
Red-Eye reduction, Off. On the Flash settings, turn it from auto to off Hope this helped?
found the problem i turnt the tv on and once the fault appeard i used a freezer spray on the chips it turnt out to be the main chip . i then put some heat sink paste on it and took a hink sink and fan off a comp graphics card and fixed that to it to help keep it cool but going to get a new board as i know this was only a temp fix ( new board £59.00 )
hello mate ive had the same problem and bizzarly it turnt out to be that i needed a new spark plug i have just give some1 on this site this information and it turnt out to be the same problem its worth try
This is called "vignetting". To me it sounds like your lens hood isn't mounted correctly. If you don't turn it on all the way, exactly this will happen, because the longer "leaves" on the hood shadows the edges of the frame.
So, try to turnt the hood all the way on. You might have to use a little bit of force, as the hoods can be hard to turn sometimes.
Hope this helps!