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Sony pd 150 pal format.

When I turn my camera on, the color LCD shows a blue cast and it is very sensitive to bright light. I know how to Color balance and I've tried everything I could to rectify the situation.    Could it be the CCD chips?   What do you think?             Beau.

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The 3ccd block asse. is damaged in your camera
changing it new one is only the way.
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