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Samsung Digital camcoder VP-D305i : LCD image blurred

I cann't see any clear image on the LCD display on my camcoder VP-D305i. Even on the viewfinder it is the same. But when night vision is on, image on LCD is lsightly better. What could be the problem?

Image blurred I have the same Samsung Digital Video camera (Digital-cam VP-D305i PAL) and also the same problem with blurred/foggy view finder image that clears up and auto focuses OK when switched to 'night vision' mode - just wondering if either of the 2 before me got an answer or had it repaired by a tech?

If so, can you give me any idea of cost or was your camcorder still covered by warranty?

If so, any details you could supply would be appreciated

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  • Still Nutty Jun 23, 2008

    No, I checked he Samsung Site and sent of a 'polite' email suggesting this is a 'known' problem and asked what will they do to fix it and support their product....the response I got was a 'stock' "here is the link to locate a service tech in your area...blah, blah, blah..." but no acknowledgement that they would support their product. I'm going to look at taking it to a tech in the not too distant future, so I'll post something here if I get any joy ..



    I assume you are finding the same problem??? Anything further you can add??

  • Anonymous Sep 07, 2008

    Please update if problem has been fixed.

  • fingnut Sep 18, 2008

    with my cam there is nothing on my lcd sreen it is just black i set all the different things for it but nothing can some one help

  • kakon123 Dec 29, 2008

    Yes I have same problem. Mechanic tried to solve this problem. That was working few days with clear vision. Now it was not working. I am really worried about this product. If anyone give more advice then email me kakon123@hotmail.com

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