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White screen after taking a photo

Every time a I take a photo in whatever setting, it displays extremely washed out (almost completely white). It only happens in the photo mode and not video.

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  • nicodeep Jul 12, 2008

    I have exactly the same problem... In video mode everything is fine but in photo mode I have a kind of white shadow...

  • mayawarrior Jul 23, 2008

    I do have the same problem and tried several camera settings.
    When taking photographs in Multi Burst mode, the photograph is ok.
    When taking photograps in series modes, the first photograph is so white,
    that you nearly can`t recognize it. The follwing photographs seem to be
    normal but when you zoom into, even in VGA mode I do find that there are
    horizontal lines. Also photographs taken in complete darkness with the
    use of the flashlight do mostly show normal photos (with the fine lines).
    But I do have to switch off the AF-light otherwise often I can find the pattern
    of the AF-light on the photos. Thereby I suppose that this is a software
    problem that maybe the CCD-sensor will get the light to early when
    pushing the according button for taking photographs only the half way down.
    In video mode (VGA-mode) everything is fine, also no fine lines were found.

    I do use firmware version 2 on this camera


  • Sguaba Jul 26, 2008

    Every time a I take a photo in whatever setting, it displays extremely washed out (almost completely white). It only happens in the photo mode and not video.

  • stevelinke Jul 30, 2008

    I have a friend that has the silver DSC-T1 and has the same issue.  Works fine in movie mode and multi-burst mode but standard pictures come out extremely over exposed (almost completely white).

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I have the same problem. i contacted sony and they are saying that this a most probably a manufacturing problem, they asked me to send the camera to them, if the problem is manufacturing defect they will fix it for free otherwise we have to pay around £115.

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I got the same Sony DSC-T1 with the same problem. Video mode is fine but picture mode is washed white (like over exposure). I noticed it begins to have this problem after I accidently dropped the camera on my carpet. Guess something damaged internally. I will break it to take a look. I will have to throw it away anyway.

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Try to adjust resolution. flash, active mode might have been turned on.buttons are sensitive too. if it doesnt work you might have damaged internal drive or fried some connections inside.

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