Blue vertical lines on lcd display

Discussion in 'Digital Photography' started by Paolo, Nov 20, 2003.

  1. Paolo

    Paolo Guest

    Hello to everyone, today i bought my first digital camera, is a
    Minolta Dimage E323.
    I loved it but when i try to use it on dark, for example out on the
    street during the night,i noticed that there are some light source
    that cause some blue vertical lines on the lcd display, situated
    exactly over the source light (when i move the camera the blue lines
    move togheter with the lights). I think are halogen lamp, or some
    other special lamps.
    Is there someone that know if this is normal, or maybe a problem on
    the lcd.
    On the photo there are no blue lines, just on lcd display.
    Thank you very much in advance and sorry for my english.
    Paolo, Nov 20, 2003
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  2. Paolo

    Vance Green Guest


    Don't worry about it.

    It's a LCD "preview artifact".
    Vance Green, Nov 20, 2003
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  3. Paolo

    Paolo Guest

    Thanks Vance for your interest, i was worried because it is my first
    digital camera, and i don't have any information
    Paolo, Nov 20, 2003
  4. Paolo

    BG250 Guest

    Incorrect. It is true that it is normal, but it is caused by the CCD, not
    the LCD. It won't appear in your pictures. The effect can be seen with CCD
    video cameras and digicams when live preview is on.
    BG250, Nov 20, 2003
  5. Paolo


    Jul 31, 2008
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    Same problem on a Panasonic MD-10000

    Hi Guys,

    I have the same problem on a Panasonic MD-10000 camera but the thing is the lines get recorded on the tape.

    Any suggestions ?

    I have tried changing the settings but nothing worked.

    This is an intermittent problem, sometimes it is perfectly OK.

    Please help.
    Kanishka, Jul 31, 2008
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