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bright streak on photos

Can anyone tell me what is going on here? This isn't the only picture. Everything was fine at the beginning of my hike. The camera was not dropped. I did not change lens. This streak showed up very slight at first, not even noticeable until I went back through the pictures. I have changed lens and it still appears so I assume it's the camera. Any suggestions would be appreciated.

 

 

Camera Model Canon EOS 70D

Shooting Mode Program AE

Lens EF28-135mm f/3.5-5.6 IS USM

Focal Length 109.0 mm

Tv( Shutter Speed ) 1/500

Av( Aperture Value ) 10.0

 

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Re: bright streak on photos

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Broken shutter. Common on 70D I would say. You need to send it in for replacing the shutter.

Your shutter should looks like this http://commonsensephotography.com/img/web/shutter-shutter.jpg

In your case, one of the blades are stuck.

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Re: bright streak on photos

Thanks Peter! I figured I had to send it in. I appreciate your time and advice. 

Kristina

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