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try in menu auto adjustment and factory reset......
you can also play with frequency a little and color setup , clock and clock phase in Image control menu, play with it and you will see result... then save it...
christian204, Your unit may be 5 -6 years old, and may have developed a problem with it's internal "switch-mode-power-supply" and will need good CCFL backlit lcd monitor tech to repair it. When strange and wierd things start to occur on lcd screens the first place to look would be the SMPS. 12fixlouie
Let me know more about this, is the camera on play back or recording mode. In case of recording I am afraid you need CCD change. If playback, many factors affecting playback picture, but the worse thing is broken video head. Hope it helps
You do not specify exactly but if one color is missing but you can see the picture clearly , then take out the cable which connects the monitor with your PC and look if one pin is pressed deeply inside. If so, take this out by a tiny tool.
What type of video card does your pc have??? if it is an nvidia card, you have to go to the control panel and set up for dual monitor..when you connect your laptop to an external monitor, you have to press control and f8 keys for couple of times ...that adjust the color to 256. Are you doing that?
If it is not a setting problems, and if the black and white is only on LCD and not on picture, then it is a problem with the LCD. Probably just the ribbon cable not well inserted into the connector. Camera must be taken apart to fix this problem. Better to have the job done by a technician at a camera repair shop.
You may have a problem with the image sensor device (CCD). From October 3, 2005 through October 2, 2007, Sony will repair, free of charge, affected products exhibiting the above-mentioned problem where it is caused by the image sensor device. Sony will also cover the cost of shipping and handling from and to addresses within the United States and US Territories for service to correct this issue.
To see if you have this problem:
Power On your camcorder (make sure the battery is fully charged).
Check the LCD screen and verify that the display icons are turned on. If you cannot see the icons, press the Display button until the icons are visible.
Put a tape in the camcorder.
With the lens cap off, record some video. NOTE: Be sure to speak during the recording so the video will contain your voice.
Rewind this section of the tape (using tape counter to verify start of your recording).
Play back the recorded video and use the LCD screen on the camcorder to view it. You should hear the audio you recorded and the Display icons/text will still appear.
If your camcorder is affected by this CCD issue, the picture will either be extremely distorted, or there will be no visible picture (just a blank LCD screen with the display icons still visible).