Question about Sony Cyber-shot DSC-W50 Digital Camera
I am guessing that you do not in fact have a W50 model Sony camera as the fault you are describing sound like one of the older models. The problem that you have, is caused by the CCD imager inside the camera. A quick check to see if it is a loose connection to the CCD or in fact a CCD failure is to lightly squeeze the camera between your thumb and index finger. With your thumb being just below the LCD ( careful don`t break the screen.) and your index finger just below the lens unit. If you see any improvement there is a loose connection and it should be quite cheap to have it repaired. If nothing happens, the CCD is faulty and you might even be-able to get it fixed for FREE in some countries if you take it to your local Sony repair centre.
Posted on Nov 04, 2007
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