I have read through my manual and still can not find the answer, I was hoping you could help me with it. I'm not sure what button might have gotten pushes, but when I try to view the pictures I have taken on the view finder the "negative spaces" seem to flash a grey color? Does this make sense? Have you seen this before or did someone mess up my camera?
Any help you could give would be greatly appriciated.
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Just use Read flash option. After reading complete, SagemEG will show you phone code. If not success, there is another option to get code - sent flash.bin to Support@SagDD.com.Here is log of reset to default , read eeprom n read flash
Are you sure they're not deleted? Try this procedure: 1) Connect the flash drive to the Mac's USB port. 2) Open the flash drive folder. 3) Delete any files you want. 4) Empty the wastebasket. 5) If the wastebasket is already empty (i.e. the files you deleted from the flash drive aren't in it), try to find the deleted files in the Finder and delete them manually. 6) Eject the flash drive - don't just pull it out of the USB port. 7) Put it back in, to check the deleted files really are deleted. 8) Sometimes a flash drive will create a hidden folder of deleted files, so it looks as if the files are missing, but they're still taking up space on the drive. If you find this is the case, use the Finder to track down the deleted files and delete them manually.
Sony DSC F717s manufactured from 2002 to 2004 had a CCD chip with an epoxy base that gave off a gas vapor if overheated (eg in a hot car in summer). Sony was replacing these faulty CCDs with a new one on a ceramic base, however, this free repair program has been discontinued by Sony.
The above link will take you to a web page by Imaging Resources explaining the problem they found. It has some photos of an LCD displaying a view from an affected camera. This is no solution for you, rather a diagnosis. There is a YouTube video showing someone replacing one of these faulty CCDs. It's less than 10 minutes, real time.
I would check IS(image stablization) setting and continous shooting setting to make sure these features are turned off. You want to experiment with different IS settings and definitely turn the continous shooting mode because the continouse mode may not focus 100% in order to shoot multiple shots. Hope this helps. -James. P.S. In my case it was too difficult to distinguish the quality of focus in the VF or LCD so you may not see the focus issue on them.