Question about Sony Cyber-Shot DSC-W650 Digital Camera Black
Hi, Error messages can be found at https://www.sony.com.au/electronics/support/articles/00008857. E:62:10 is a generic error of the stabilizer and has nothing to do with the battery or the memory stick. In fact, after less than 3 years of use the stabilizer breaks down, making it impossible to take sharp pictures, and displaying the dreaded E:62:10 error message. This is a very well known problem that happens a lot and still today with Sony camera's. Thousands of users on the Internet have the same problem, read the website http://sony-e-62-10.atspace.cc/ or search E:62:10 on the Internet or on YouTube. A temporary solution could be available at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=S53D3EfDVk0 . For me it is a hidden defect or a problem of obsolescence programmed which Sony refuses to follow up despite the many complaints. I would indeed advise taking contact with the support services, and keep us posted of the evolution of your case.
Posted on Feb 17, 2019
SOURCE: Sony cyber-shot DSC-S500
If you open the camera up, whick I know is an intricate task, and take the screen down but don't unplug it, at the right bottom their is something that resembles a watch battery, if you can figure out how to get it off and find a replacement it will be fixed... This battery serves a a sort of memory power, even though you have batteries, this battery keeps the memory for the camera's software, so inturn without it the camera is dead in the water. this is fixable!
Posted on Feb 05, 2008
SOURCE: sony cyber shot DSC F717
Switch your camera to Setup on the control **** located on the top.
Take out the memory stick and press the reset button located inside the battery compartment.
Now switch on the camera and insert the memory stick.
If you do not get the error go to the little toolbox on the menu. Select the format option and proceed through the warning messages. Remeber you will loose all data on the memory stick.
Things should now work. If not some simple thing that sound bezare but has worked for me is pushing the memory stick in and out before the camera displays the error. Do this several times until the camera actually reads the stick and them format the stick first chance you get.
Posted on Mar 09, 2008
you may have these symptoms,
To fix this problem,
A) Put the camera about a half inch from a hard surface.
B) Let the lense go out and hit the surface and retract a little bit. Let it go out all the way when it tries the next time.
If that doesnt fix it, try this:
A) Turn it on and let the lense go out fully
B) See where the lens comes out of the camera? The little round crack that surrounds it? Wiggle the lense a bit and blow in there a bit. (Be sure not to blow on the lense!)
Now turn it off/on again, and it should be fixed!
If not, try these steps a few more times. If still nothing, then I suggest you to call Sony, but this DID work for 90%, so hopefully it''ll work for you :)
Thanx for using fixya,
Posted on Sep 27, 2008
Don't throw your Sony Cyber-Shot camera away!
We found a website who has created an entire comprehensive photo instructions for the Sony Cyber-Shot DSC-H Series Shutter Button Installation.
They also have the Sony Cyber-Shot DSC-H9 Shutter Button Installation Instructions as well!
Please note that we STRONGLY recommend using a flash discharger. This is for your safety and also for your camera's safety.
Hope this helps to get your camera working and start capturing memories again!
Posted on Aug 18, 2009
Sorry, this camera doesn't support the feature. From pp 30 of the manual, "This camera does not have a feature for superimposing dates on images. By using "picture motion browser", you can print or save images with the date." The picture motion browser is described in the cyber-shot handbook, pp92.
Posted on Feb 27, 2011
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