Question about Sony Cyber-Shot DSC-V1 Digital Camera
This might not be a failed LCD at all.
Look at the back of your camera: you should see a button to the bottom right of the viewfinder to the left of the thumbwheel and just above the control pad. This button controls how much information is shown on the LCD and also turns it on and off to save battery power. The camera defaults to the last used setting before the power button was used to turn off the camera. If the LCD isn't actually broken then all you need do is to press the display button to turn on the LCD. Pressing it again cycles through all the options.
You can find out more about this on page 28 of the user manual provided for download on Sony's website.
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Posted on Oct 27, 2009
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