My HP E317 digital camera powers up properly, but once it powers up the LCD screen turns pink in color and is unable to capture any images. The menus display properly as does images previously captured and stored to the internal memory. No memory card in camera when it malfunctioned. Is it a CCD problem or a faulty video board. I've tried to reset several times with the aid of HP tech support by removing the batteries for 10 seconds then reinstalling them, but with no improvement. Will try resetting by letting camera rest without batteries overnight.
In the meantime, any guesses what could be causing the problem?
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How about different videos do they have the same resolution? If yes the problem here is not with the video from the camera it can be the resolution of your computer , because if the video card of your computer is not high and the resolution is also not that high video will not look sharp when play to the computer compare when play directly from the camera...
try to playback previous images ..If screen looks good on playback and or main menu..Camera likely has problem with CCD imager and camer digital processor board.If camera also looks bad on playback and menu..its possible the LCD IS BAD..easy test is to hook up camera on a monitor or computer and see what picture on camera mode looks like..If it also looks bad on a different monitor..Then CCD imager could be bad..If playback and camera mode lokk bad on monitor ..then you have a video process board problem ...please let me know
It sounds like the LCD screen has gone out or the processor/sensor might be bad. If the camera can still take normal pictures which show up fine when downloaded to the computer then it is probably the screen but if the pictures are effected at all and show up weird looking or not at all then it might be the other. I would recommend taking it into a camera shop for a definitive conclusion.
Based on the information provided it seems that the issue may be with the LCD Screen. You can check if the Camera is working by capturing images and inserting the Memory Stick in the Computer Memory Card slot. If the image capturing is normal then the images can be saved to the Computer. If the images are not getting captured, then the issue may be with the Camera. We can try power resetting the Camera to resolve the issue.
Turn off the Camera. Remove the battery pack. Press and hold the power button for 15 seconds. Then, allow the Camera to remain without power for 60 seconds. If the issue persists after resetting, then service may be required to identify the exact cause.
Please follow the instruction below and let me know what is happening.
1. format the new card.( Can't format is from any virus
infected PC ).
2. Insert the card then reset your camera setting.
3. select your mamory card default for save the
4. Before start photography confirm that your battery
is fully charged.
Thnaks & please give me feedback about your camera.
Camera symptoms shows bad CCD Imager in camera and this part needs to be replaced.
Sony has announced free of cost repair scheme for such problem in DSC-T1 models. Please click Sony Support for details.
If u r unable to see live picture on LCD screen in camera mode, it means CCD Imager of camera isn't working. Contact nearest Sony service shop for proper solution because it requires CCD Imager replacement.