Question about Sony Cameras
There is one home remedy you can try:
tap it around the lens area with a hard object (tip of a screwdriver) and it may work It may be well worth you tapping the case in this way (without pulling the camcorder to bits) on the top, about an inch back from the front of the lens a couple of times.
Posted on Aug 02, 2008
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