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Every time i turn my camera on there is a black screen that says access and the zoom lens zooms in then out, in then out. constantly whether no buttons are pressed.

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It ssems like your camera is in need for a FIRMWARE update. log into www.sony.com search for your model number in the support page, and see if there is any firware update.

if there is not.

try this, remove the li-ion battery from he camera for at least 3 days until the camera is completly death and looses the settigs in memory. put the battery back in and it may solve your problem

Posted on Oct 07, 2009

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