Friends, I have a Canon Digital Rebel that I've owned for about 3 years. For the past year or more, whenever I shoot a photo that has lighter colors -- such as a photo with the sky in it -- I'm getting a white band across my photo. It's always the exact same arc, in exactly the same place in my camera. I just ordered a new 55-200mm lens, and I was hopeful that I wouldn't have the same problem - which would suggest that my 18-55mm lens was the problem. Unfortunately, the lens arrived today and I'm seeing the same white band with photos shot on the new lens, which tells me it must be coming from the body. Here's an example... a quick, crappy photo I shot a moment ago out my office window, just to demonstrate the problem. The first image is the actual photo, the second image I exaggerated the problem in Photoshop so you were sure to see the problem area. So... does anybody have an idea of what might be causing this? Is there an easy fix, or am I going to need to replace the camera body to eliminate it?