Question about Sony Video Cameras
First of all, make sure the lens cap is off. If you're still not getting a view, the camcorder has a serious issue. The CCD (video sensor) could be bad, a ribbon cable from the CCD to the main board could be loose, or the cpu could be bad. The unit will have to be serviced, unless you're brave and can take it apart to investigate. If you get it serviced, get an estimate first, since the cost of repair can be quite high.
Posted on Jul 20, 2010
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