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The Read Error message displayed on the Camera when accessing the images which was not recorded correctly. This may also happen when the Memory Stick is corrupted to record or read the files. Please check if the message is displaying when accessing all the images. If it happens with all the images, then it may be an issue with the Camera or the Memory Stick.
To check if the issue is with the Memory Stick, try using a different Memory Stick and check if the message displays.This may also happen when an attempt was made to play back the image or the movie that was not recorded on this camera.
Try to wipe the contact area on the Memory Card with a soft, dry cloth. It may be necessary to format the Memory Card (Format option is available in the Setup 2 Menu of the Camera). If the message still appears, service may be required.
In DSCT1 Camera, the E:61:10 error message indicates a Self diagnostic message. This message can be clearly identified by the help of a Sony Authorized service technician. Each of these codes indicates the symptoms and resolutions of the Camera. The E error code indicates the internal hardware malfunction with the Camera. This issue is not related to the CCD Image Sensor replacement. Try the steps given below to check if the issue can be resolved.
·Turn off the camera.
?·Remove the battery pack.
?·Press and hold the power button for 30 seconds.
?·Allow the camera to remain without power for 60 seconds.
?·Reinsert the battery pack.
?·Turn on the camera.
Also, try resetting the Camera back to factory default by pressing the RESET button using a sharp-pointed object. The RESET button is located at the lower right side of the control buttons.
Please make sure that the Camera is turned ON before you reset it.
I have the same camera, but never had this problem. I think there's something wrong with the shutter mirror or worst, the sensor. Did the viewfinder blacked out when you press the shutter? I think you need to bring it to Nikon repair shop....
the problem of your camera is the ccd image sensor...better go to the sony service center for replacing the image sensor..i know it is free for replacing that sensor cause that is one of the model that sony recall produc and the cover not open error message is a poor contact of the lens cover switch...
This is from Konicas site. don't know if this will be any help for you since you had posted a long time ago. you most like have a new camera by now. anyway.
When a CompactFlash is loaded, a message of "Card Error. OK" appears and remains on the monitor display.
Please follow the procedure below.
While the message is displayed, press the center of the controller. The monitor display and data panel will turn off.
Turn the Main Switch dial to OFF position and remove the CompactFlash from the camera.
- When "No Card" message appears next time when the camera is activated in the recording mode, the camera and CompactFlash are OK.
- When "Card Error. OK" appears again, the CompactFlash may be faulty. Use other card.