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PurchASED IN august 2004 in Australia. Now residing in India since then. There is excessive blurring of the image on the screen in all modes. I have cleaned the lens from outside but it has made no difference.

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  • teachya Jan 01, 2008

    My images are also blurred. It seems to be that the lighter the image or background, the more everything seems to take on that washed out look. What should I do?

  • downsomaha Aug 01, 2008

    Taking pictures inside are fine. When I take pictures outside in the sunlight they turn out pink. A pink hue envelopes the subjects of the photo.

  • Anonymous Nov 01, 2008

    when I take pictures 80% come out blury. I just purchased the camera 2 weeks ago. What should I do?

  • myhotcop Nov 02, 2008

    The majority of the pics I take come out blurry....I thought I had it on the wrong setting...But apparently its a common problem...What a shame...A very expensive product...I won't be buying another one of these....

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Yes , the CCD was dmaged & was repaired free of cost. This problem has occured in large number of SOny cameras & has been posted on the net on http://www.dpreview.com/news/0510/05100701sony_ccds.asp

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There is a ccd assamle on ur camera.u must u change that part..

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CCD sensor has to be replaced. Your agent should do this free of charge.

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