Question about Sony DSC-T70 Digital Camera
No picure is showing. the flash comes on and snaps picture but does not show on screen.
No setting can cause white spots on the picture, this is a fault.
By the way you can reset settings on this camera to initial state by simply removing and putting back camera batteries.
Alternatively you should have a reset command on camera settings menu.
My opinion is that this is a fault and not a settings problem.
Typically there are two kind of faults that can cause this problem:
1 - Defective CCD sensor.
The CCD sensor is the chip that detects the picture, if you get well defined white or colored spots on picture that is probably a defective CCD. I think this is the more likely in your case. To fix this the sensor must be replaced.
2 - Defective video chip on internal board.
This can cause any kind of problems, however it is quite unlikely.
It is an expensive repair.
Posted on Feb 09, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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