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  1. Join Date
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    for those with Sony Digicams / Camcorders.. from http://www.sony.com.ph

    Notice to Owners of Sony Digital Still Camera and Camcorder

    October 3, 2005

    Thank you for your support and patronage of Sony products.

    It has recently come to our attention that a limited number of Sony products that incorporate an image sensor device, or CCD, manufactured from October 2002 through March 2004 may exhibit the following condition:

    When the product is used in camera mode, the LCD panel and/or electronic viewfinder exhibits either a distorted image or no image.
    We have determined that this condition only occurs to a limited number of units, but may be accelerated if the units are exposed to high temperature and humidity environment.

    In our efforts to ensure customer satisfaction, Sony will offer free out of warranty repair to the owners of applicable products exhibiting the above-mentioned condition caused by the image sensor device.

    For further information on the applicable products and the repair service, please click on the following links to the respective product categories:

    Digital Still Camera
    DSC-F717
    DSC-P10
    DSC-P2
    DSC-P32
    DSC-P72
    DSC-P8
    DSC-P92
    DSC-U10
    DSC-U20
    DSC-U60
    DSC-V1
    MVC-FD200


    Camcorder
    CCD-TRV228
    CCD-TRV318
    CCD-TRV418
    DCR-DVD200
    DCR-HC15
    DCR-HC30
    DCR-IP45
    DCR-IP5
    DCR-PC101
    DCR-PC105
    DCR-PC108
    DCR-PC115
    DCR-TRV16
    DCR-TRV18
    DCR-TRV19
    DCR-TRV22
    DCR-TRV25
    DCR-TRV250
    DCR-TRV265
    DCR-TRV33
    DCR-TRV340
    DCR-TRV40
    DCR-TRV460
    DCR-TRV740
    DCR-TRV840
    DCR-VX2000
    DCR-VX2100


    Customers who have previously paid for service for CCD replacement (as outlined above), may contact our service centre for further information: 02-878-7600

  2. Join Date
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    thanks sir Dvorak ..nice info kahit canon digi cam ko

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    other cameras maybe affected too.. the ones that used CCD... http://www.imaging-resource.com/NEWS/1128958202.html

    Canon:
    PowerShot A60
    PowerShot A70
    PowerShot A75
    PowerShot A300
    PowerShot A310
    PowerShot S230 Digital ELPH / Digital IXUS V3 / IXY D320
    PowerShot SD100 Digital ELPH / Digital IXUS II / IXY Digital 30
    PowerShot SD110 Digital ELPH / Digital IXUS IIs / IXY Digital 30a

    Fujifilm:
    FinePix A303
    FinePix F410 Zoom
    FinePix F700
    FinePix S2 Pro

    Konica Minolta:
    (note: all affected models were actually released prior to the merger with Konica, and hence carry only the Minolta brand name)
    DiMAGE A1
    DiMAGE 7i
    DiMAGE 7Hi
    DiMAGE Xi
    DiMAGE Xt
    DiMAGE X20
    DiMAGE S414
    DiMAGE F300

    Nikon:
    (note: added 10/11/05 14:35ET)
    Coolpix SQ
    Coolpix 3100
    Coolpix 5700

    Ricoh:
    (note: added 10/13/05 09:28ET)
    Caplio RR30
    Caplio 300G
    Caplio G3
    Caplio G3 model M
    Caplio G3 model S
    Caplio ProG3
    Caplio G4
    Caplio G4 wide
    Caplio 400G wide
    Caplio RX

    Olympus:
    (note: added 10/13/05 09:56ET)
    Camedia C-5050 Zoom
    Camedia C-730 Ultra Zoom

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    Blame Sony for the bad CCDs...

    My Minolta was a victim of this late last year. The images took on a purplish cast, sometimes with yellowish bands, then went completely black...

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    my sony digicam blacked out a few months ago.. had it serviced.. costs 3T bucks.. i wonder if they will refund the money.. i've been calling their customer service all day.. puro recording lang..

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    hehe...buti na lang solid olympus ako :D

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    Quote Originally Posted by Psylocke
    Blame Sony for the bad CCDs...

    My Minolta was a victim of this late last year. The images took on a purplish cast, sometimes with yellowish bands, then went completely black...
    Sony CCD ba ang gamit ng Minolta?
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    sabi ng fren ko na photographer, sa digica, ok daw canon, medyo fuss free daw ito, less hassle n di sakit sa ulo, mas maselan ang sony but for videocam mas ok daw sony

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    yung sony minidv ko.. ganon din.. nag black out din nung last kong ginamit.. pinitik ko lang kaya nag ok.. dadalhin ko na din sa service center.. nag stuck up yung lense dahil sa humidity..

    yun kasi ang advise sa service center.. pag daw nag black out.. pitikin daw at baka na stuck up lang yung lense..

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    Quote Originally Posted by boybi
    Sony CCD ba ang gamit ng Minolta?

    Yes for certain models:

    DiMAGE A1
    DiMAGE 7i
    DiMAGE 7Hi
    DiMAGE Xi
    DiMAGE Xt
    DiMAGE X20
    DiMAGE S414
    DiMAGE F300



    AFAIK Sony is the biggest supplier of CCDs. Lots of brands use Sony CCDs so lots of brands are affected by this Sony CCD defect

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