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Dsc-h200 images are grainy and always can't even use them. when I take a shot the screen says prossin and the red light on bottom right corner flashes for about 10 seconds. this happens in any mode. I tried just using the easy shot function and same result.

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It sounds like the issue you are experiencing with your Sony DSC-H200 camera is related to image quality. The graininess of the images and the prolonged processing time you are describing are both symptoms of a problem with the camera's sensor or processing.
To troubleshoot the issue, there are a few things you can try:

  • Make sure that the lens of the camera is clean and free of any debris or smudges.
  • Ensure that the camera is set to the appropriate resolution and image quality settings.
  • Try using a different memory card to see if the problem is related to the card itself.
  • Make sure that the camera firmware is up to date.
  • If the camera is not under warranty and you have the technical knowledge, it is possible to check the sensor and internal processing for any physical damage.
If the above steps do not resolve the issue, it may be best to contact Sony customer support for further assistance. They will be able to diagnose and fix the issue or tell you if a repair is needed.

Posted on Jan 23, 2023

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