Question about Cameras
Greetings and happy New Year!
I had an unfortunate accident - I've dropped my SONY Cyber-shot10.1
digital camera and now camera is not working,in particular:
1. The objective won't retract,although it's trying a few times.
2. The memory stick can not be read showing an error:"Format error". And
on this memory stick I have a lot of information related to New Year
celebration,so it's very important for me.
I would really appreciate if you help me somehow either to repair camera
and suggest me how to retrieve the data from stick,or can you just send me
this vital part-objective module?
Sorry to hear that
i know the feeling!
i've just dropped mine : (
i think i could retrieve the pics, not tried yet
but i think its the same mechanical fault : (
i'm gonna take it to jessops tomorrow
Posted on Jun 08, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Tips for a great answer:
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"Press the RESET button using a pointed object, then turn on the power (reset).
All the settings including date and time are cleared."
This should reset your camera. If you have any additional question, please reply back and I'll be happy to assist.
Thank you for using FixYa and Happy New Year
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