Question about Sony Cyber-shot DSC-N1 Digital Camera
I have had the camera for about a year and just recently (and suddenly) the pictures have pink edges. The camera did not suffer any dropping or water, but even when we load the pictures on the computer they are still pink. So we know it's not the screen, but I don't know what could have happened. Thanks for any suggestions!!
The CCD of the camera has been faulty.
You need to take the camera to the nearest authorised service center for free replacement of the CCD.
There is no cost for replacing the CCD by the company even it the camera is NON-Warrenty.
Manoj Goyal, INDIA
Posted on Mar 08, 2008
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