Question about Sony Cyber-Shot DSC-P100 Digital Camera
I recently dropped the camera on a hard, slushy parking lot surface. The camera was a bit wet and dirty from the slush when I picked it up. But other than that it didn't seem too much worse for the wear. A couple of hours later when I tried to use it, the camera wouldn't take a picture. I have been able to use most of the cameras function's (viewing images, downloading pictures, optically zooming, changing modes, etc.) and have verified that the camera responds to each of its' buttons. Everything seems fine, including the determination of the correct exposure when the "snap" button is pushed. The camera just stops short of actually completing the process of snapping a photo (or video).
I have tried switch to a different memory stick. I tried reseting the camera. I have removed and re-installed the battery.
Can you offer any suggestions of what else I might try.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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