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Defective View Window

I have just recently purchased a kodak easyshare dx4530 and my view window is dark and the color always fades in and out. I'am just learning to take pictures and I know the window on my hp camera is clear. Is there a problem with this camera or is it suppose to be like this.

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Pardon me saying this but ... you have an optical viewfinder so the only reason I can think of is that you are not looking directly through it and being off centre it darkens etc. Do you wear glasses? They put the eye further back and that can contribute to this effect. Otherwise check it out at the shop where you bought.

Posted on Sep 13, 2005

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