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Well, the good news is that there's probably no fault with the camera itself. It could be something as simple as the CF card being pushed in the wrong way. A look through the user manual will likely help you get to the bottom of your issue: Sony Alpha DSLR A100 manual
Does the error happen each and every time you take a snapshot, or only with some? As you are letting us know, have a look around the user manual to see if it can be of any help: Sony Alpha DSLR A100 manual
If the battery is charged, try replacing the battery first. Also try turning on the camera with the charger plugged in. If neither helps, you will probably need to have the camera sent for repairs, but you can still try checking out the user manual for helpful information: Sony Alpha DSLR A100 manual
Такая же фигня. Фотал нормально. Отключил автофокус, потому что фотал летящих птиц. Две фотки сделал и на третьей выскочила ошибка Camera errop code 0x58 . Выключение и вытаскивание аккумулятора не помогло. Вкл/выкл. автофокуса тоже. Не знаю, что делать. Завтра понесу в сервисный центр сдавать. :( Грустно.
The 0x5b error code indicates that the amount of light passing through the aperture lens is not being controlled by the F-Stop selected. error can be fixed. check out quote at www.teleplancamerarepair.com
Another thing that happens when this error is present.
When you raise the camera up to horizontal position and try to take a picture and you get the error code and again it shuts down.Tthe system is being saturated with high light levels indicating the AV drive unit which is not doing its job and controlling the aperture of the lens. This can be fixed.