Question about Sony Handycam DCR-DVD300 DVD Camcorder

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Green flicker When I am recording the camera image will unexpectedly turn green and start flickering. It almost appears like the recorded image is being drug, kind of like tracking on a vcr. Unfortunately I have numerous memories recorded that are now scarred this way. My husband thought it might have something to do with the night vision because it turns green. But since I have never used that feature in the 4 years I have owned the camera, I doubt it. I really hope you can help. I have my first grandchild arriving next month.

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  • lentz98 Jul 07, 2008

    Thank you so much, frustrated80! I would have never known about the repair had you not told me. I have submitted my repair request and now I'll just wait until I can ship my camera back. I thank you, my daughter thanks you and my soon to arrive grandson thanks you!!! Hopefully I'll have it back by then ;o

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I researched a similar problem (black screen instead of distorted) with my DCR-DVD300 and found that Sony is aware of the problem and will repair it for free. See the following link at the Sony site: http://esupport.sony.com/US/perl/news-item.pl?mdl=DCRDVD300&news_id=161

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