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    lcd screen

    hi all
    i was hoping someone can help
    i am starting to get patches of white and patches of black flashing on and of the screen when i am, viewing photos on the 50d
    has any one else had this problem
    cheers macca

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    I don't have the 50D Macca, but it almost sounds like clipping - over and under-exposed areas. Is there a setting on the camera that you can turn on or off for this?
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    thanks for that cheryl i shall look for the setting and try to find the manual and see if that fixes it
    cheers macca

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    On the 7d it's highlight alert under the blue menu
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    Blinkies are a good thing, leave it on
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    i still have not aclue what is was
    i reset the camera to factoy settings and all is well i will just start again
    cheers macca
    whats a blinkie kiwi

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    So cool,never used this function but can see how it would be very useful.
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    "Blinkies" - i think he is using the term to decribe what you are seeing . ie blinking pixels. These are highlighting areas of you photo that are either under or over exposed . therfore highlighting areas of you photo that there is too liitle or too much light and therefore have issues if you want to PP (Post Process) or may also have issues on printing
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