Some shaded spots and one shade line horizonatally accross the lcd is seen and on clicking the image it same appeares on the picture also.I want to know what these spots and line is and how it can be corrected.
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Re: shade spots and line in SD950 IXUS
The most likely issues are that the glass in your lens is damaged (you can look down into the lens and see if it is or not) or your CCD is defective or dirty. If it's the CCD you need to take the camera and then the lens apart and clean it. If neither of those works you would need to replace the lens assembly.
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Not seeing the pictures I have to guess. If the shade you mention is not like a straight line, but more rounded, try making the picture without the lens hood. Or use a external flash, when you use another than the standard lens. I don't think you can take a picture in manual, with a shutter speed above 1/250 second, because in such case the top or bottom part could become shaded then, but then the shade is in a straight line from left to right.
Usually such screen flickering occurs when you had applied some pressure on the LCD ( can be due to high shocks on the camera such as dropping it from a height, hitting on the LCD ...etc ) and will eventually damage the screen.But it wont affect the pictures you are taking since the image capture is by the inbuilt image sensor.You can claim for the warranty if it's a manufacturing defect and they will service it free of cost.Your valuable feedback would be appreciated.
The lenses in the TV are more than likely misaligned due to heat from lamp. The heat can cause the lenses to move and the red shaded horizontal line appears over time because the lenses fall out of alignment.
You just need to have the lenses realigned and the red shading will go away.
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ok so what you need to do is have your tv degaussed...its basicly a strong electric magnet rubbed in fron of ur tv screen..you can buy a degauss for 30 us...or its cheaper to just take it to a tv repair...also some new computer monitors have a degauss setting..put the screens facing each other and hit the degauss funcion on the monitor..do it several times or till u see results.....enjoy
Have you tried the toner cartridge?? IF not please do so. Failing this clean out the middle of the machine with a dry cloth as you may have loose toner in there. Try this if it doesn't work then the laser unit may have a fault.