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I’m currently taking photographs of my paintings. When I look in the viewfinder there is a white color or white filter that I don’t know how to get rid of.  It’s there in all  3 shooting modes.  But it’s not on the rear LCD screen.  I’ve uploaded a video to illustrate. I tried reset of shooting menu- no change. ND filter off.  Macro off. Any thoughts?  

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I've never seen one do that before.  The WB adjustment should look the same on the rear LCD if that was the problem.

Could be a viewfinder failure.  Hopefully someone else can help.

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