Question about Sony Cyber-shot DSC-T10 Digital Camera
When I slide down the lens cover there is a grinding noise and the screen vibrates. The pics come out blurred because of this. This does not happen when the camera is started in view mode but as soon as you go to shoot mode (slider over the screen at the back) it starts.
This problem started when the camera was only 2 weeks old and was accompanied by an error message (I think the message code meant: I have a problem but I dont kow what it is). When I decided to send it back it stopped happening, strange.
It started again a week ago (11 months later!) and now I cannot stop it.
Can anyone help Please?
£114 standard repair charge by Sony might as well buy a new one....
I just removed the cover off of mine. I wish I could have taken photos of what I did. The lens and focusing assembly can be flopped out after removing the 5 screws and cover. I disconnected the small flex cable that goes to the lower end of the focusing module (I think it is the motion stabilization module). I now get an error E:62:10 that continually flashes on the display on the back but the vibration that I had been experiencing since it was dropped onto a carpeted floor is gone and it takes pictures. I just completed this operation so I don't know if the other functions all still work as expected. I just hated the thought of throwing it away and buying a new one due to the expense of repair.
Posted on Mar 19, 2009
I have the same problem with my Sony T-10. I brought it to a Laker game and it started vibrating in shoot mode. I think because it was so loud during the game when I did try to take a picture, it came out blurry. I shook it a couple of times and it went back to normal. I tried to take a picture in the car and at home, no vibration. I tried it in a night club, where it was loud...and the vibration came back.
There is a sensor in the camera that cannot focus on shooting under loud environment. I took the camera back to best buy for repair...and they said they have heard of such a problem. This is an internal damage inside that needs repair.
Posted on Nov 09, 2008
Hello, If the error message you got is indeed E:62:10 or E:62:20 as indicated below (and it most probably was as seen the symptoms you describe), you can find the official list of error codes at https://www.sony.com.au/electronics/support/articles/00008857 : these are very well known and recurring problems with a lot of Sony camera's and indicates failure of the stabilizer. I found more than 300 forums discussing the problem, please read http://sony-e-62-10.tk/. A temporary solution is available on https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=S53D3EfDVk0. Hope this helps.
Posted on Jan 27, 2019
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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