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Black screen my sony cyber shot has a black screen, even if i take a photo i can't view it. if you look hard enough you can see the picture and you can slightly see what your taking a picture of but you really have to look hard. does the screen need replacing or is there a setting that needs changing?

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Mine started with black screen too (its a 2.0) it lets jme take photos but they are totally black and i acn view the totally black ones along with my color ones.. any idea WHY?

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