Question about Sony Cyber-Shot DSC-T1 Digital Camera
Sounds like the ccd (imaging chip) in your camera is dead and would need replacing
Posted on Aug 29, 2006
For US there's hope too! http://www.css.ap.sony.com/consumer/template/ANDetails.aspx?Id=45536 http://www.imaging-resource.com/badccds.html
Posted on May 14, 2007
It is most likely having a problem with CCD. Check Sony's website about DSC-T1. I'm not sure about which country/region you live in, but in Canada they had an announcement about problem with the CCD and offered free out-of-warranty repair. http://www.sony.ca/sonyca/view/english/warranty/productalert2.shtml
Posted on May 10, 2007
You may have accidentally turned the LCD brightness off. See the manual page 25 and 107 for instructions http://chhsweb.sfsu.edu/pdf/DSCT1.pdf Or just press the bottom left button repeatedly to cycle it back on (I did!?). Cheers - Jesse
Posted on Aug 25, 2007
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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Have you checked the display mode you're in? If you have the display set to off (to save power) and also the picture review time set to off, then you'll just see a black screen. Try pressing the 'Disp.' button below the screen when the camera is on - it should cycle through different settings with each press: Off, On, On with picture info. Similarly, in the playback mode this will show you more or less info about the picture you are viewing.
Even if the display is switched off, if you have your 'review' option in the menu set to anything other than Off (i.e. 2 seconds), then you should see the picture you've taken appear on the screen straight after taking it.
If it's not that, then I don't know the answer....
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