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Video Flip-flops when shooting outdoor/Focused Bright Area OR Light

Hello,

I have this camcorder since last 2 years and last month it fell down from a feet length and started giving the the above Mentioned problem., This issue happens when ever i focus anything bright light(Not Too Bright, Happens even in sun Light OR Out Door Shoot) the Video starts Just goes Off & On , also i could hear 'Tick-Tock' sound from the neck of the camer during this happens.

I have tried Opening this camera and tried to see if anything is broken OR loosed but everything seems to be intact.

Any Help on this would be Greatly Appreciated..!!!

Thanks,
Ramki.

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Hi Ramki

Camcorder can not be drop, maybe the brain damage and give the wrong figures to the camcorder and caused shot off and on.

I feel sorry about this bad situation, maybe if you have menu, see the trouble shoot, but I doubt it.

Frank

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