When watching a program i have issues with the tv blinking of and on when the show flashes(ie. lightning storms) or cuts to different images quickly. after the picture pops back on the words standard 1080p and the device come up in the top left hand corner. The tv has done this from the very first time i have used it.
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The HDMI switcher IC chips in TVs can be damaged but lighting hits near you house even if the power is protected with a surge protector. The damaging power comes in through the HDMI port and blows the chip out and it can affect just one port or multiple HDMI ports. Your best bet would be to just get a cheap HDMI switcher and use the one working port. The repair on the TV would require placing the control board and would run from $75-150 for parts plus the labor to install it.
1. Sport mode causes the shutter speed to be faster but it still won't stop all motion.
2. Press the button with the picture of a lightning bolt and watch the screen...when a lightning bolt by itself shows up, the flash will fire on every pic.
It is most likely the power supply burnt out. The capacitor's inside are made cheaper than the o'l days and get overheated easily. You can test capacitors with capacitor tester and service manual. You can test power supply output voltage with just a voltmeter
Are you saying that part of the picture displayed on the camera screen flashes black? If so this is normal as far as I have read. It shows there is too much light on that part of that image. You can alter it not to show it flashing.