All of a sudden, the pics taken by my sony cyber shot digital camera are absolutely white. I have checked the settings, flash etc. Pls help as I need it urgently.
i have a cyber shot dsc-s40, and my display screen is also white. it seems to take a pic when i press the button (it flashes) but it never shows on the display screen, cannot look at the pics on the memory card and it won't even show the menu. when i turn it on, the little red light next to the delete button flashes once when i turn on the camera and when i hit the menu button, but it is not making any sounds. i did try taking the batteries and the memory card out and waiting 10-15 seconds before trying again- it didn't work.
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It is known problem of bad ccd imager in Sony DSC-T1 camera and ccd imager chip will be replaced to get normal live view in camera mode. Sony will repair it free of cost so click Sony CCD Imager Support for details. Thanks.
basically it is a Japanese Model from where u bought it
u are lucky u can
get it free of charge replacement just tell me which region u belong
there is a known issue of CCD failure u will get free of charge repairs
for that from sony service centre in ur area and they will accept this
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see this it is translated from JAPanese to ENGlish
any camera that has a flash, can trigger a "slave" flash.
I have one that came with a little bracket that hooks into the tripod mount point. Work great, it also came
with a little tripod so that you could use it for backlighting, etc.