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The picture taken it is completely wite

Wen i take a picture the image is totally wite

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Are you in a snow filled scene? :o) joking....

sounds like a prop with hardware... return to service centre... (SONY) now.

Posted on Aug 07, 2008

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There are no settings on the Set-up menu to turn off the display.
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