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I do not know what the problem is. I have the same camera, mine works fine. However, i have the same problem with my cell phone camera. I do not know what happened to it. It was working fine. Now my pictures turn out multi colored. If you happen to find out whats wrong with yours camera, please let me know, Because maybe, i have the same problem with mine.
That definitely sounds like impending CCD image sensor failure. As the camera is still under warranty (being only two months old), would suggest that you contact Canon at 1-800-OK-CANON to resolve this issue.
Here are a few things to try:
1. Verify that the camera is in good condition. Here's How: Take a photo and transfer it to PC (using USB or BT). Check if the picture is good. If not, you know the culprit is your camera.
2. If the picture looks good on PC, your G502's screen is bust and you should get it fixed under warranty.
I just had this same problem. Check the canon web site, search for you camera and look for the CCD Image Sensor Advisory. They are aware of this problem and will fix it for free. Just call the customer service number.
I was able to get past this problem by removing and reinserting the battery. This caused, in effect, a hard reset of the camera, which let me power it up fresh and take pictures again. Of course, it's not exactly reassuring that the problem arose in the first place,
This is a sign of age.
A loose connector perhaps on the screen.
If it still taking good pictures then live with it.
You could try a repair shop- but the likely cost will be well on the way to its replacements price I would think.