Question about Sony Cyber-Shot DSC-T1 Digital Camera
I've had this camera for a few years, bought it brand new. I have taken thousands of pictures..so if it is broken..then I guess I can't complain too much! But, when I take still pictures, the LCD shows everything in full color and focus when I'm taking the picture. however, when I flip the button down to review the picture or upload them ..the pictures are white with lines running through the entire picture. A little background a week ago, the pictures would have a very heavy green hue to them until I'd taken about 5 pictures, then they would begin looking normal. now..when I take video or set the flash to multiburst...the color comes out normal! I'm lost..HELP!
Check out my posting: http://www.fixya.com/support/t154300-intermittent_green_tinted_pictures_both I think we've got the same problem, and here's the best response that I've gotten so far: Hey...I am having the same problem and I found this link, apparently there is a recall for this problem basically call 1-866-703-7669 http://www.imaging-resource.com/badccds.html Comment by nichole24, posted on Aug 25, 2007 Wanted to add that I called the # and Sony emailed me a Prepaid shipping label to UPS the camera to them and said they will have it fixed and returned to me within 7 business days. I know you posted this problem in June..but I wanted to post this in case anyone else reads this b/c they're experiencing the samething!
Posted on Aug 27, 2007
My DSC-T1 has the same problem. The LCD can display image correctly though the color is slightly pink or blue. The problem is, when I review the picture I can only see a white one, just like an overexposure picture. The picture won't get better after it is upload to a computer. I wonder if it is due to the CCD/LCD problem and Sony will fix this for free? Considering that I paid about 500 dollars for this product, I feel that I have been robbed.
Posted on Oct 07, 2007
My camera has the same problem, but Sony denied that the problem is due to the CCD sensor, and suggested to have the Lens Assembly replaced instead, which cost almost $400. The images taken with the camera are exactly the same as those with the CCD sensor problems. Could it be really the Lens Assembly hardware problem, or Sony is trying to get me pay for the repairing? They should offer free repairs.
Posted on Sep 05, 2007
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