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Display is foggy

When taking a picture, the view of the image is foggy. The camera had gotten wet a couple of years ago, but has since dried, and all else seems to work fine. Is this a smugged lense?

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SOURCE: DSC-T1 Lense malfuntion

sounds like you have a ccd problem (imaging chip)

Posted on Aug 29, 2006

Bogdan
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SOURCE: Purple lcd display

Hello tonyj111, If your old pictures look fine on the display, then the problem is related to the ccd sensor itself. The purple color is displayed because of a problem in the signal transmision from the ccd sensor to the camera's main processor. This is done using 3 channels one for each primary color (RGB red green blue). If the connector to the sensor is broken, or got out of place (loose) because some mechanic shock or symilar, the data processing woun't come out right. It is purple because your camera's processor mess up blue and red signals therefore resulting same purple instead of blue or red colours. In order to fix this you will need to either send the camera to a service center to have those connections checked (if your camera is still in warranty you will want to do this) or ask me for further instructions if you wish to try to dissasemble the camera yourself. In either way the problem is fixable and in most probabilities a cheap fix will work. Good luck

Posted on Jun 04, 2007

jbreth
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SOURCE: E:91:01

According to the user manual an error 91 means that the camera has malfunctioned. You need to reset the camera. Here is how you do that:

Posted on Aug 26, 2007

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SOURCE: Blurry, streaked picture through view finder

Good Day, is the blurry picture pinkish in color? It might be an imager(CCD) problem, you can check it at sony support website, if it qualifies, just read the provisions, I will not comment on the policy, maybe it differ from country to country, i'm here in the philippines. thanks

Posted on Sep 04, 2007

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SOURCE: sony camera turning itself off...

Are you using the sony charger. I found that the batteries were not charging properly on mine. Don't forget that the rechargable batteries reduce in efficiency the more times you charge them. Read this somewhere !

Posted on Jul 31, 2008

fotomohamed
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SOURCE: takes pictures, but all over-exposed

keep iso 100 and set ur screen brightness

Posted on Jun 18, 2009

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