Question about Sony Cyber-Shot DSC-P8 Digital Camera
First of all, check that your iso settings are normal, and that you have the camera in normal settings (not night scenarios). It sounds like the shutter is sticking slightly. Dust, dirt, lint, and sand can get in the lens assembly and wreak havoc with the workings. Try blowing it out good, with the lens extended, with a can of compressed air ($4 at Walmart). If that doesn't help, it will need servicing. Take it into a local camera repair shop, and get an estimate first- it can run a few bucks.
You might also contact Sony to see what they can do for you:
Good luck, and hope this helps.
Posted on Jan 02, 2011
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