Question about Sony Cameras
I got water on the lens of my sony digital camera and now it don't project and don't take pictures everything else is working will it work when its compliantly dries
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
the lens on my Hp R717 Camera got stuck so when I turned it on, it would shut off automatically. The shutters were stuck too so I extended the lens using a flat screwdriver and then shut it, and kept doing that until the lens finally shut.
Posted on Sep 15, 2007
Sorry man, I think you're out of luck. Most likely nothing you can service, maybe a professional can fix it though. Still under warranty? Good luck.
Posted on Nov 09, 2007
SOURCE: Digital Camera
E:61 is a Sony error code for a problem with your lens.
Initializing the camera will put all the settings back to default which can sometimes fix a camera that will not power up or does not function properly in other ways. I love Sony models that have the "Reset" button either inside the battery compartment or on the bottom of the camera, I don't have a T70 on hand to tell you if you have a reset button or not, but if memory serves I do not think you do.
If 'Initializing' the camera does not work then the next step would be to try replacing the lens. If it's still under warranty try sending it in for service. If its not, either look for a parts camera on eBay, or let me know, I know where to get new OEM lenses for amazing prices.
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Posted on Sep 26, 2008
CCD Failure !
Lucky u can get it repaired Free just call Sony in ur region see link
Posted on May 05, 2009
Please try the under given troubleshootings:
(i) Please check if the Battery is fully charged.
(ii) Next, turn off the Camera, remove the Battery pack then press and hold the Power button for 30 seconds.
(iii) Then, reinsert the Battery pack and turn ON the Camera.
(iv) Next, try to access the menu options either by directly pressing the menu buttons or while reviewing the images.
(v) If the menu options are accessible while reviewing the captured images then reset the Camera to the original factory settings.
Please follow the steps given below to reset the Camera to the original factory settings:
(a) Turn ON the Camera.
(b) Access the menu screen either by directly pressing the Menu button or pressing the menu button while reviewing the captured images.
(c) If menu screen is accessible, then press the right arrow on the Control button to select (Setup) Settings, then press the right arrow again.
(d) Next, select the Setup 1 option by using left/right/up/down arrow on the control button.
(e) Then, select Initialize and OK.
(f) Finally, follow the on-screen instructions to set the clock in the Camera.
Performing the above steps will reset the Camera to the original factory settings. If the issue persists even after performing all the above steps successfully then the issue is related to hardware malfunctioning and service is required.
Please feel free to contact for further information or any clarification.
Posted on Aug 21, 2009
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