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Can I reset ISO mode to lower setting with Sony Cybershot DSC W30?

Seems it is stuck at iso 1000, where can I reset?

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SOURCE: sony cybershot model DSC-W30

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E:91:01 is an error code that indicates problem with flash unit circuit in camera.
Flash unit board will be replaced to resolve this problem and temporary fix is to set flash Off quickly, before error could appear after initializing camera, hope this info will help you.
Thanks.

Posted on Oct 18, 2010

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