Question about Sony Cyber-shot DSC-T70 Digital Camera
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Hello, this error message means that there is an melfunction in angular velocity sensor, peripheral cicuits. Simply speaking steady shot function does not work well. Please contact nearest Sony Dealer. Best regards, Arpi
Posted on Jun 11, 2007
SOURCE: Error code E:62:20 meaning
This appears to be a problem with a connector inside the camera. Try:
Posted on Apr 14, 2008
We had the same problem, Sony DSC W80 with the code E 62:12 flashing on the upper right side of the LCD screen. The camera was rotating the photos by 90-degrees. After reading that E 62 was related to the steady shot function, I figured it may be a stuck potentiometer in the camera (it has little sensors that tell the camera what it's orientation is, I guessed one of them was stuck from a "light" fall earlier in the day, while the camera was in the case). I firmly banged the camera in the palm of my hand 3 times on 2 sides... The problem's gone and the pictures are no longer rotating.
Posted on Jul 26, 2008
the error code is teling you that one of the sensors is stuck, you may want to try tapping the camera on both sides and the bottom this useually losens the sensor that is stuck and solves the problem, try tapping it on a table top.
Posted on Nov 03, 2008
SOURCE: Sony DSC-T100
Well I can't tell you what E:62:11 means and why it disappears when memory is taken out, however I experienced this
same problem with my DSC t-100 but mine did not go away no matter what i did, I looked around online for some
solutions I found this one site
basically what many people said was the error was probably due to focusing problems if you may have dropped the camera before. On the site they recommended to hit the camera lightly on the side where the battery is located, while the camera is booting up. I did this, and to my surprise IT ACTUALLY WORKED! I couldn't believe it but the error message is gone, and I haven't seen it since. Hope this helps.
Posted on Feb 15, 2009
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