My Sony DSC-P8 camera will not turn on. When I press the power button, the green light indicating "On" flashes and the camera beeps once. I also noticed that simultaneously, a red light located next to the battery flashes (visible when the battery flap is open).
When plugged in, the charging light is on indicating succusful charging. But regardless of whether the camera is plugged in or not, pressing the power button only produces the beep and quick flash described above.
I have tried pressing the reset button.
Any suggestions? Many thanks!
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Make sure that the batteries in the camera are good and turn it on. Is there a light that comes on to let you know that the camera has power and is ready when you press the power button? Does that light come on and what color is it?
If the light ends up green, then you know the batteries are good and the camera is functioning properly and is ready to take a picture. If this is the case, then after you turn it on - look on the back of the camera for the focus zoom in and out buttons. Sometimes they look like a switch that you can rock right or left. Press the switch and look through the lens. Does press the switch or arrows in either direction clear up your view and allow you to see anything? Are you looking through the lens hole or are you using a small screen to view on the back of the camera? If you are looking at a screen on the back of the camera and that screen is black - it means that you dont have the exterior view option turned on in the cameras settings. Sometimes there is a button labeled "view" on the back of the camera to alternate from the exterior view screen on the back of the camera and using the lens hole view at the top. Press that key to make the view screen turn on. If this option is not turned on yet, press the menu key on the camera and use the arrow keys to scroll through the option choices until you find the image preview choices and turn this option on. Then save this choice and close the menu features to see if it comes on.
If you are not getting a power indicator light when you turn the camera on, then replace the batteries. If the light comes on and its something other then green and steady - (like red and flashing) check your camera manual to see what this indicator means. Some cameras show a red light that is flashing when you turn them on to indicate that the memory card is full. Some camera have a red light that is steady to indicate that the battiers are almost out of power and they will show a picture on the digital to indicate how much power you have left before they shut down. Each model camera is different according to the options it came with.
In DSCT1 Camera, the E:61:10 error message indicates a Self diagnostic message. This message can be clearly identified by the help of a Sony Authorized service technician. Each of these codes indicates the symptoms and resolutions of the Camera. The E error code indicates the internal hardware malfunction with the Camera. This issue is not related to the CCD Image Sensor replacement. Try the steps given below to check if the issue can be resolved.
·Turn off the camera.
?·Remove the battery pack.
?·Press and hold the power button for 30 seconds.
?·Allow the camera to remain without power for 60 seconds.
?·Reinsert the battery pack.
?·Turn on the camera.
Also, try resetting the Camera back to factory default by pressing the RESET button using a sharp-pointed object. The RESET button is located at the lower right side of the control buttons.
Please make sure that the Camera is turned ON before you reset it.
The Red indicator flashing in the Camera may be the Access Lamp or the Power Lamp. The Access Lamp is located below the Control buttons and the Power Lamp near to the power button. If the Access Lamp is flashing, it indicates that the Camera is accessing the Memory. Do not remove the Memory Stick or Batter while the Access Lamp is lit.
If the Power Lamp is flashing, it indicates that the Camera is turned on. If the Lamp is lit in Red it shows that the Battery is not having enough charge. Insert new batteries or charged Nickel-Metal Hydride batteries to resolve the issue.
You may also try power resetting the Camera. To power reset the Camera, remove the batteries from the Camera and then press and hold the POWER BUTTON of the Camera for 15 seconds and then reinsert the batteries after 1 minute and check if the Camera works normally. If the issue persists, service may be required.