Question about Sony Video Cameras
I have not used this camcorder for some time but thought it may be useful to record family diary footage. Now, when I look through the lens viewfinder the vertical lines it tries to focus on become twisted. This occurs on auto lock or manual. Recordings are unusable. It has been suggested that it may be an electrical fault in the CCD?
You may have problems with leaking capacitors, if is that, the repair may not be the best choice.
If you have leaking capacitors, then the acid leacking, possible have compromissed the mainboard.
Posted on Nov 12, 2010
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