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Old Sep 30, 2006, 9:50 AM   #1
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I have a DX7590 thats developed banding and over-exposure similar to the
cameras that have the Sony CCD problem. Is it worth fixing out of warrantee?
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Old Sep 30, 2006, 1:50 PM   #2
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My opinion is that consumer-level cameras are not worth fixing. And all I have are consumer-level.

You've tried a different SD card and resetting the camera?
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Old Sep 30, 2006, 2:41 PM   #3
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Hmmm, theres no exif data attached to the pic, is it possible to tell us or send another with the exif data intact? This is the first I've heard of this problem with these cameras. Really curious about the settings used for it


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Old Sep 30, 2006, 3:53 PM   #4
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I just got the camera second hand, thinking it might be an easy fix.
So far I've tried a new SD card, reformatted the card, reformatted the
internal memory and updated the firmware without any luck.

I went to Kodak's website and filled out a repair form and it gave an
estimate of $150 for a repair. I may just send it to them and see what

Here's another pic done with "save as" instead of "save
for web" in Photoshop. I've only cut the width down to 400, no other
processing was done.

Exif data:

File Name x3.jpg
Document Type JPEG Image
File Size 76494 bytes
Color Model RGB
Depth 8
DPI Height 230
DPI Width 230
Orientation 1
Pixel Height 300
Pixel Width 400
Profile Name sRGB IEC61966-2.1

Exif Properties

Aperture Value 5.9
Color Space 1
Contrast 0
Custom Rendered 0
Date Time Digitized 2006:09:30 15:00:30
Date Time Original 2006:09:30 15:00:30
Digital Zoom Ratio 0
Exif Version 2.2.1
Exposure Bias Value 0
Exposure Index 80
Exposure Mode 1
Exposure Program 1
Exposure Time 0.008
Flash 16
FlashPix Version 1.0
FNumber 8
Focal Length 6.3
Focal Length In 35mm Film 38
Gain Control 0
ISO Speed Ratings 80
Light Source 0
Max Aperture Value 3
Metering Mode 5
Pixel X Dimension 400
Pixel Y Dimension 300
Saturation 0
Scene Capture Type 0
Sensing Method 2
Sharpness 0
Shutter Speed Value 6.9
Subject Distance Range 0
White Balance 0

JFIF Properties

Density Unit 1
JFIF Version 1.2
X Density 230
Y Density 230

TIFF Properties

Date Time 2006:09:30 16:50:45
Orientation 1
Resolution Unit 2
Software Adobe Photoshop CS2 Windows
X Resolution 230
Y Resolution 230

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Old Oct 1, 2006, 9:58 AM   #5
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One more clue:

Pictures shown on the LCD immediately after being taken,
when the SD card logo on the upper right of the display is
flashing, have more lines than after the post processing is

Pictures taken in low light and/or flash come out beautiful,
those taken in sunlight even at f8 and 1/1000s come out
washed out with the lines.

I've tried 2 different SD cards with the same result.


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