Question about Sony Handycam DCR-DVD108 DVD Camcorder
Receiveing the error message "cannot use this battery on this camcorder" , Have got a new battery, but still the same error.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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hi i have the sony DCR-PC53E camcorder with the error code E:61:10 does anyone have any suggestions on how to fix this problem any help will be more than appreciated
Posted on May 30, 2008
Follow this procedure to troubleshoot if a blue screen is displayed when attempting to playback video from the camcorder.
Posted on Aug 14, 2009
I didnt know that so many people had this problem, but i can give you a little hint...
I work for Sony support, and i know that sometimes it is not on our hands to solves Sony's problems, so recently i've been on some blogs and reviews about camcorder from Sony trying to help with some issues...
This editting issue it's something common, because the camcorder records on DVDs and the format that it records on is VOB, format specifically made for DVDs, and I mean ALL DVDs, so at the end models like DCRDVD92, DCRDVD7, DCRDVD101, DCRDVD201, models that appeared between 2004-2006 doesnt come with a software that can be downloaded online, this camcorder the DCRDVD108 comes with a sw wich name is PMB wich is AVAILABLE online, (go to esupport.sony.com) , the only thing that matters is that you FINALIZE the disc and then you will be able to import the videos to the computer just plugging the camcorder to the computer and selecting USB CONNECT with a little disk icon on it, software is not compatible with Macintosh OS btw, but you can use iMovie 08 or 09.
Hope that this works for you.
Posted on Aug 14, 2009
Error E:61:10 means that some elements of your lens system were misaligned. Now the simplest way to get rid of this problem is to do the very thing that caused it in the first instance. Bang the lens in a controlled manner against a hard surface(wood is preffered) while switching it off and on several times until the fault goes away . dont continue banging it when the fault goes away!
Posted on Sep 28, 2009
SOURCE: Error C:04:00
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Posted on Jul 29, 2010
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