Question about Cameras
I have a samsung video camera model number VP300 and it keeps showing that it has a problem with dew and this prevents the camera from working as its part of the protection from operating the camera in damp conditions. I changed the lithium battery as sugested but the problem still exists, could you please help me? Thanks.
One of three things is happening here.
1) There is actually dew inside the machine. Try blowing air onto the unit for a while to "dry it out".
2) The dew sensor has failed and needs to be replaced.
3) The solder connections to the dew sensor are marginal which is providing a false reading.
Since this is a camera, getting access to the sensor is not easy. I would bring in the camera for service. If the sensor is bad, the replacement will be around $15. Add in the local labor charge for the complete repair cost.
Posted on Apr 11, 2008
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