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Every picture I take is whited out

This evening the camera was working fine for about 6 pictures. After that (did I hit something on the camera?) all my pictures, with or without flash, are seriously whited out. I do not have the nightframing or other night option turned on. I've tried manual mode and same result. Also-- I can't find the manual to the camera. Thanks in advance, Coonrad

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  • Anonymous Dec 01, 2008

    i have the same problem only its a t3 sony 5.1 mp. what is the problem here?

  • twodimension Dec 01, 2008

    i have a t3 5.1mp and suffering form the same problem. except when i used Frame burst...or other mode...it takes the picture perfect on the second shot. any sugguestion?

  • Anonymous Mar 20, 2009

    same- but mine is an optical zoom 3x

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Im still trying to figure this site out, but do you have an F717? If so then its your CCD, not your LCD. If your photos are white it has NOTHING to do with the LCD screen, dont know why somebody would suggest that. If you have an F717, its covered under a CCD recall from Sony they will fix it free. www.darntoothysam.com

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A bright LCD usually means no signal to the LCD - a loose connector. A temporary fix is to tap it - if you're lucky the connector will reconnect. The long term fix is to disassemble and reattach it. It's a $50 job by an independent shop. Let me know if I can help contactus@crystalcamera.com

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