Hello! Help me please! everytime I turn on my sony t30 after 5 seconds of turning it on it sayds "FOR INFO LITHIUM BATTERRY ONLY" then it shuts off . my batterry is infolithium np-fr1 the batterry came with the camera when I bought it.
Please let me know if the camera is the one thats broken or the batterry? should I buy a new batterry? what may have caused this to happen? any remedy for it to work? when I charge my batterry in the dock it charges. Please help me? I dont want to buy a new one anymore
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Re: sony t30 LITHIUM BATTERRY
It is possible that the battery is defective. This is a common cause for what you are describing. To verify this, you will have to try another battery. You can take the camera to the nearest Sony service center to verify this if you don't want to try a new battery first.
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When shooting a subject with a strong light source, such as the sun, black lines or other noise may appear on the recorded image. This is called the smear phenomenon and is specific to the CCD of the camera; this is not a camera malfunction. To prevent this from occurring, do not shoot a subject with a strong light source directly.
If the issue persists with all shooting conditions, it may be an issue with the Camera.
Try initializing the Camera. To initialize the Camera, please use the Initialize option under the setup 1 Menu.
If the issue persists, perform a power reset of the Camera.
Performing a manual power reset
Turn off the camera.
Remove the battery pack.
Remove the button-sized lithium battery.
Allow the camera to remain without power for 30 seconds.
Have you tried another battery?
Even the lithium ions will eventually not hold a re-charge.
If the unit stays on with external power, there is a good possibility that a new battery will solve the issue
I did the same thing. What I found out was that it's very important to charge a lithium battery completely on the first use. You probably took it off the charger too soon. If it's not completely charged on the first use it won't be able to hold any charge.
Sadly, I ended up having to buy another one and try again.
Hey Dussan, Three camera's that might work for you are the Nikon P80, Panasonic DMC-FZ50K, and the Sony DSC-H50. All three of theses camera's have a 12x optical zoom and up, they are all 9 mega pixel and up, they all have movie mode, they all use lithium-ion batteries, and they are all around the same price as the Canon. I hope this helps! Sincerely, Allan Go Ahead. Use Us.