Question about Sony Cameras
Some of the pics cannot be viewed because the camera cannot display the file.some files were empty
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Err CF
TRy and reformat the CF card through the camera. Youll lose the pics for sure but you cant see them anyway. You can also check for bent pins in the CF slot. Sometimes if you shut down the camera in mid write to the card, itll mess up the cards FAT (file directory)
Posted on Feb 24, 2008
SOURCE: Sony Cybershot DSC-W70
According to the manufacturer the file error message should mean the camera experienced an error while trying to read the file. One thing you could try is formatting your memory stick in camera, and of course upload any images you have on it to your computer first. If that didn't work I would try initializing the camera back to factory settings, which can be done in the setup menu. I hope this helps!
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Posted on May 13, 2008
SOURCE: DSC-T200 "FILE ERROR"
Well I have been experiencing same stuff. My Solution is
1) Always Format the Data Card
2) take 2-3 Random Pictures so that file error problem only affects the initial pics
3) then take your normal pictures.
4) Always carry Data Cable or Card Reader so that you can download pictures immediately.
Not the Perfect Solution but i am able to save better pictures with this
Posted on May 17, 2008
If you can, take a good look at your lens. In this case, this is an actual lens of a DSC-N1 in which you can see lines in it. This is not a shutter, it's physically cracked.
This assembly is fairly easy to replace. However, I don't know what Sony would charge for the lens. This is why you can take pictures but everything comes out black. Not sure exactly what this piece does but I do know it has something to do with the transmission of light that goes through the lens.
If this is your case, for sure you will need to replace the lens assembly. Another thing you can try for those of you who do not have a broken lens, is put a flashlight right up against the lens and see if the display shows any light. In any case, this is your problem.
Posted on Apr 19, 2009
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