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Flang-Back Adjustment Hi I replaced the CCD on my DCR-TRV22E Do I need to follow the flang-back adjustment procedure? Can you access this menu by yourself or is it specified for Sony service personal only? Kind regards, Bert My reply is bit technical. Your camera requires Flang-Back Adjustment. Above said adjustment will set focus lenses in correct order / position to obtain crispy focus as it was before. There are few special tools designed by Sony used in Flang-Back adjustment and only Sony Service Centers can perform such adjustments. Non-Sony repair shops do not have such things. Just for reference, below view shows required tools for adjustments in this model. Need further info let me know please.

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I posted this for another person, but it fits your situation so here are my suggestions:

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Hi,
My reply is bit technical. Your camera requires Flang-Back Adjustment.
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Need further info let me know please.

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Previous 1 2 3 4 5 Next Notice to Owners of Sony Camcorder October 3, 2005



Thank you for your support and patronage of Sony Camcorders.

It has recently come to our attention that a limited number of Sony Camcorders that incorporate an image sensor device, CCD Chip, manufactured from October 2002 through March 2004 may exhibit the following condition:


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