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Screen image is true but pic is flooded with light

Problem: With apparently no cause, camera when focus in normal daylight is flooded with excess light. After trying many settings on the menu I got the screen image to reflect true light but the pic is still light flooded. I have read wand reread the manual but still can't solve. The screen has SAF in the corner which I have not been able to remove.

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Hello, please try this link: http://www.imaging-resource.com/badccds.html Please contact Authorized Sony Service and claim for free repair (CCD recall). Best regards, Arpi

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