I recently purchased a Sony Cybershot DSC-H3 for my office to use for taking field condition photos and marketing photos. We completed a presentation board with photos, text and design sketches and tested out the new camera by taking pictures of thesse boards. The boards were foamcore 1/4" thick and in very good shape. When we looked through the LCD screen we noticed bowing at the top and bottom of the board, but the actual board was completely square. So we pulled up the images on the computer and sure enough, they showed the board as having a bow, or arc at the top and bottom.
My questions are:
Is there a problem with the camera?
Is there a setting to fix this?
Am I capturing the image incorrectly, i.e. too close, wrong ligthing?
Thanks for the feedback.