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Re: Taking a picture
It is 1/60 mode change it... 1/60 mode means it will take a scene 1/60 of the seconds.... change the mode and then try... your problem will be solved... change to normal mode... there are many modes available in ur cam just like 1/80 etc & so it means it will take 1 photo for 60 seconds i think i dnt know exactly but by changing this mode to normal mode you problem will be solved... by using this 1/60 mode v can clearly see in the photo the dirt and grit also.....
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If you have a blank screen with a red key on the bottom left, simply press the (function or F) button and the mute button at the same time. This will unlock the screen and allow you to view the channel as desired.
If your TV asks for a 4-digit code or password please enter 3308 or 6688 to unlock the screen or reset any preset rating levels.
If you have a GT2011J or GT2011S Television, hold the (Display) button for 10 seconds, it will unlock the screen. If password or code is requested, try 3308 or 6688.
This is not a solution, but helps to get the camera functional:
1. Push the dots/BB button. Set Autofocus to "Single Shot".
2. Go to Scene Modes, some people recommend selecting "Face Detection", but I find "Auto" also works well.
3. Under Options - Select Select Picture Review to "Off".
My Torch (9800) now at least have a functional camera with reasonable pictures, as long as I hold the camera steady for taking pics.
Just called Sony about this same problem...taking your CABLE BOX remote, push the # key on the bottom right of the remote (it also says HD Zoom on mine). You can cycle through 4 or 5 zoom options...make sure you are on an HD channel to see the changes. :)
I bought mine 2 1/2 yrs ago too. Found this solution on this site and tried it. It worked perfectly.
Turn to TV mode, set the exposure to 15 seconds by pushing the little "arrow dial" until you have 15"
Push the button to take the picture.
Wait 7 seconds from when you push the button, then turn over and open the battery door while it is "taking the picture."
Close the battery door and turn back on.
I did this three times and the last time, it worked and the iris became unstuck.
Then I took a million pictures to get the iris moving.
DSLR camera was not made to be used as a point and shoot camera and you cant preview the shot before taking a picture. You are to use the eye piece to focus right. Also before taking a picture, push the exposure button just a little to let the camera focus right.
There are two identical sized small buttons on the top. Push the one nearest the picture-taking button until it says self-timer. Push the picture-taking button. The display should show a countdown until the timer takes the picture.
You can try to reset all of the internal settings. This has worked for me with a digital camera. It would be good here to know what kind of camera we are working with.
Make sure you do not have any of the settings in the camera set to turn off the flash...for instance setting it at mountains or most any outside setting may not allow the flash to work. Some cameras will allow you to override the setting internally. If the flash does not work at all, then repairs will be needed.