Re: Screen vibrates intermittantly. Also buzzing noise.
When switch camera power on. It will have been shocked more, camera body sway is very serious. In
camera picture recode mode the LCD screen, images endless shaking,
shooting images also show ambiguous state of shock and can not take
Select view photo features, although you can view photos, but the camera body is still shaking.
T series cameras occur more lens vibrate, the situation that occurred
more frequently occur for no reason except thrown to the camera, or
camera body percussion caused by the impact occurred this problem for the Anti-shake lenses partially damaged swing non-stop, the user can Obviously, the camera body feel the vibrations shaking the screen image is also endless.
The issue is within the Anti-Shake damage to the lens, so vision resulting from shaking the camera body shake.
Sometimes when the Anti-Shake team when problems arise, LCD screen will also appear error message E: 62:10 or E: 62:12
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Since you've already swapped the screen, it looks like there is an issue with your logic board. However many times ebay vendors send you a screen that will fit but is incompatible, so I wouldn't exclude that possibility. I work for Sony Repair NYC and we do this repair frequently.
it's actually a failure with the lens mechanism, I just experienced the same situation....Sony has another T20 that they had the same situation with and they offered to fix the cameras until July 2011..currently checking if Sony will fix this defect in this T70
what you are experiencing probably is best described by this article: