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Did you try it like it is said in the manual? press the button half till the camera is focused and then press the button completely down?
Don't expect the camera to shoot with the same speed as a camera with film did. Give it some time to focus and everything will be fine (I hope)
If not let me know.
I have had the same thing happen on my Sony 340 digital 8 too, and it was the LCD chip that failed, I understand that this is common on a number of models, Sony did do a recall on some makes to stop this problem, but I never see recall till my LCD failed in 2007.
check the cables
one of the audio cables for video feed
i asune you are using
red white and yellow comisite cables
try changing the cables arround
like use red and yellow for audio and white for vid
if it works cables are shot
if this fails try using a different source for video feed
also make sure you are in the right ports for the cables such as video in and not the video out
your reciver probabily wont pass progressive through it, Hook the audio from the box to your reciever, and the video directily to your tv, thats a better way to do it anyway, your tv has alot better video prossesor than your reciver , or hook both audio and video to your tv, and run audio output from your tv to the reciver
Under the jack cover (below the zoom rocker on the back of the camera) there is a small "reset" button. You'll need to press it with a sharp object, and hold it down for a few seconds. If it was a setting problem, this should resolve it.