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The vision is blury and it keeps flashing E:61:10

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No need of any special solution. I had the same issue with my DCR-DVD01 - Sony camcoder which is now 9 years old.
Do the following steps:

1. Turn on the sony camcoder - while connected to wall power
source.
2. Keep a heavy cloth on top of your dinner table or kitchen island.
3. Hold the camcoder facing up in the regular way as you try to
record a new video.

4. Hold on the front of the camcoder & at the back and gently tap
on the heavy cloth (as if you are going to smash it & break it).
5. Do this 3 times.

6. Shut down the camcoder.
7. Restart the camcoder after 3-5 seconds.


Thats it.
This worked for me.

Posted on Nov 17, 2013

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E:61:10 is a lens error code. Could be a connection issue between the lens and the main board or a bad lens. You will need to have this looked at by an experienced technician. www.austintelstarservices.com

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