If I look at through the viewfinder on my Sony T7 it all looks good but when I retrieve the picture it has green streeks going up off the tops of the items ive photographed ? Any one got any ideas as its the same without the memory card as well ?
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Re: colour streeming off the tops of items snaped ?
CCD failure !!
but try u might get it repaired free bcoz this is manufacturing default in whole batch of CCD's fitted by various brands so they are taking repairs free of charge even after warranty so just email or call them even if ur camera is not on list they will do it free of charge dont worry just contact them PLS RATE ME FIXYA for help
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This sounds like a colour balance problem. If you have set colour balance for daylight, then pictures taken in artificial light will be yellowish (or greenish under flourescents). It is best to leave the colour balance set to "auto".
The viewfinder and the picture lens are totally separate. If it looks fuzzy, and then comes out fuzzy, the capture screen inside needs cleaned. The main lens and viewfinder lenses should be cleaned too.
Get estimates before you say yes to the work. It might be cheaper to buy another camera, unless you can do the work yourself.
This is probably a problem you are going to have to take up with your repairman but first, take the lens off and look in the camera but don't touch. Did the repairman forget to peel off the protective plastic? If not, kindly have him order another and replace it free of charge since he did not complete the services required on his end of the bargain (which was to get your camera back to its original state in exchange for money). Perhaps it was a once-in-a-lifetime mistake on Sony's part. Good luck!
This is a internal circuit problem/defect and cannot be done on our own, so u should take it to SONY service centre. Avoid keeping the camera near hot temperatures zone. Sony is not tolerant to many physical factors.
This sounds like a defective Sony CCD issue. If so, Sony will fix your Minolta camera for free (with free shipping) regardless of warranty. You need to do this before March 31, 2008 so get going! See this link: http://esupport.sony.com/US/perl/news-item.pl?template_id=1&news_id=131#
The Dimage models that Sony is accepting for the recall repair are:
Dimage 7HI, 7I, A1, Xi, F300, XT, X20, S414.
The zoom does not work on the T7 while you video, you have to zoom first and then start to video, then it is fixed at that zoom setting.
Other than that, the video is pretty good, I have taken video clips up to about 5mins (but in theory you can go up to the limit of the mem card and battery - battery from full is about 40 mins from the top of my head and my 512mb mem card could do about 30 mins on best quality)
The sound is good, and the picture is pretty good, but obviously there is no 'flash' function, so you are looking at daytime or well lit video only.
One thing is that you do need a steady hand, because the unit is so small (a great benefit most of the time) you do get a fair amount of camera shake if you do not have a very steady hand... usually the morning after the night before for me! :o)
I have been pretty happy with it a a fun video accessory, but if you want the camera for that as a main use, I would look around.
Ouch! That does not look good at all. I assume you've looked at all the common stuff (fresh batteries, debris in the battery compartment, etc.)? If so, it looks to me that you camera needs to be looked at by Sony...