Dropped my Cybershot DSC-T200 & now it doesn't work
It flashes error message E:61:10. Won't focus or take picture. Saw online to try banging it. It didn't help but now it makes a little sound when you turn it on and the sound stays on. Anything you could tell me to help me would be really appreciated! Thanks.
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Re: dropped my Cybershot DSC-T200 & now it doesn't work
Dropping it can cause a several problems inside the camera from mechanical to electrical. To try and troubleshoot that yourself can be very difficult.
There are certain issues that you can fix by "banging it" but they are a last resort and ONLY if you are ready to trash the camera.
I'm sorry, it's probably not what you want to hear, but you really ought to take it to an authorized repair shop.
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I use w210 Sony Cybershot! I was taking pictures out in the sun, when I saw smoke coming out the camera and the camera become very hot. I also saw that I was using the camera bymistakely in the twilight mode out in the sun. And since then I tried intitializing it but the Error E:91:01 and flash symbol wont stop blinking. And flash Seems to have stopped working. Please help me to solve this problem
Yes! You can do this! Gently try to get the camera back together with all parts appearing in proper place. Then screw the screws tight, but don't over tighten them! To prevent this problem in the future, you can put a tiny drop of Superglue or Locktite glue on the screws, but try to not remove them completely as they are easy to lose and sometimes a bit too easy to get cross-threaded!
Good Luck & Best Wishes! You Can Do This!
I do have a DSCT100 cybershot and encountered the same error.
I did a lot of troubleshooting to resolve this error. Here are some tips:
First, make sure the camera has fully charged battery. try to replace the memorystick if possible. If you dont have an extra memorystick, try borrowing one from friends and check if the error will appear. If it does it is a problem on the media.
You could also remove the battery for a few minutes and try again.
If will not work, set the unit in PLAY mode before turning it ON or
immediately right after you press the power. If it successfully gets
through the PLAY mode, initialize the settings and restart th camera.
You could initialize it by going to the menu and then setup.