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I'm having problems with my T7 in that when I

I'm having problems with my camera in that when I take a picture there is blue and blue/green around objects (mostly white objects) I've tried to change the white balance but didn't help. Any advice?

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  • Rachel Dove Jul 29, 2009

    Thanks for the reply. I did end up taking it in to a repair shop and they fixed it promptly for me. I was pleased with the cost, as Sony was $150 BEFORE it was fixed...no thank you!

  • Rachel Dove Jul 29, 2009

    not in my opinion, especially with as fast as it was repaired. $105 and back to me within 4 days (2 of which were weekend)

  • Rachel Dove Jul 29, 2009

    not in my opinion, especially with as fast as it was repaired. $105 and back to me within 4 days (2 of which were weekend)

  • Rachel Dove Jul 29, 2009

    That's cool. But convenience, local and quick all matter to me...plus I didn't have to ship it anywhere and risk losing it in the mail or have it messed up on the way back

    Thanks for the offer though! I'll keep you in mind in the future.

  • Rachel Dove Jul 29, 2009

    That's cool. But convenience, local and quick all matter to me...plus I didn't have to ship it anywhere and risk losing it in the mail or have it messed up on the way back

    Thanks for the offer though! I'll keep you in mind in the future.

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Hi!
Sound like faulty CCD (imager). Contact your local Sony service center. If they ask too much, feel free to contact me at toms.safranovs@gmail.com and I will give you a good price.

Tom

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    Toms Safranovs Jul 29, 2009

    Was it an expensive repair? :)

  • Toms Safranovs
    Toms Safranovs Jul 29, 2009

    Well, I would have offered it for 35$ :)

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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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