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Re: CCD Sensor

My DSC-T7 is reading an error message of E61:10 and is blurred at all times, though the flash is working. Do you think has to do with the CCD sensor as well? I live abroad ... ideas for getting it fixed? Can this be a do it yourself project? What do you think this will cost? Thanks!

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  • rmccann Jul 17, 2008

    I have the same flashing message and can't auto focus, but can still zoom etc.

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Base on my experience with Sony CCD's, if it was the CCD, you would have NO picture. Odds are that the problem is the auto-focus circuit or the focus motor/gear. Either way it's highly unlikely that a shop could fix it, let alone trying it yourself. It's usually easier to just replace the Lens Block, but unfortunately, that usually runs around $150....for the PART.

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