apparently there appears to have been an issue with a Sony Component in the F401, see the following URLs for more information:
I am in Europe and experiencing the same issue with images coming out black and white and blurred. Hope to find some local support.
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This sounds like a colour balance issue. There are several settings for colour balance, and the easiest to use is Auto. Other settings may give a colour cast if you take pictures in lighting conditions other than the one the camera is set for.
There are also "effects" settings in some cameras. Again, best left off if you don't intend to take an un-natural looking picture.
its ok I solved it! I didn't realise that all the photo cartridge does is gloss over the colour picture produced by the colour cartridge. I simply had to replace the colour cartridge which had run out, so now its all working perfectly!!
May be that the colour Amp is at fault or the tube is busy failing. Commonly it would be the colour Amp (Dry joints or faulty drivers). The Green is dead. I have had cases where power surge can magnetise the tube to such an extend that the whole picture will show one colour. In your case I doubt it very much. Good Luck,JUS004