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Sony DSC F707 error e::61:10bekkah Posted Mar 08, 2004
Sony DSC F707 error e::61:10
I have a Sony DSC F707 and when i picked it up the other day it was flashing e::61:10 and my zoom dosnt work if any one knows how to fix this or even what it means please let me know
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I have A DCR-TRV350 With the E:61:10 Code. The two smacks worked. I looked down the lens and it looked like it was favoring one side. So I hit it against my leg to see if it would center. It did not center but it works now. Thanks everyone for your ideals. I love the internet,Jon
Crazy. I was about to send this older DSC-F707 Sony camera off to join it's older brother in the basement. My hand hurts now but hey, my camera is working again! Thanks.
It took me quite some time before I had the guts to try the method, now all I can say, it works for the DSC F717 too! Thanks!
The smacking method also works for the dreaded C13:01 message (Memory Stick Access - camera won't access the memory stick media). You can find 13 pages of entries about that problem on this forum. I have the F707 and was going to use it to photograph a wedding Saturday. The only remedy in the manual is to remove and reinsert the MS several times. That didn't work. Neither did any of the other "scientific" solutions people had recommended. When I got to the wedding I smacked it lightly on the edge of a table a couple of times. Back in business!!! Sony should include the smacking remedy in their manuals.
YES, THIS ADVICE WORKS IN DENMARK TOO ! :) HURRA
Thank's a lot guys. I've already prepaired my old dsc for garbage, and after I've found this solution, it worked great to me.Now it works, I dont know for how many time, but i'm happy because this camera was a birthday gift, so i'm sentimentaly connected to it :-)
Well... The same blinking E:61:10 appeared on my old Sony DSC-F707 and no more focus or zoom was possible. Sadly missed some GREAT shots of the soon to be endangered Fire Salamander coming out of hiding during the Autumn rain ;( After reading through most of this thread (couldn't believe it; looking for any reported problems with the "fix") I decided to give it a try by starting with what I would consider two fairly mild taps with the ball of my hand to the underside of the lens barrel (opposite the flash). And that's all it took! Gone was the error and focus/zoom was back :D Happy-happy-joy-joy (in spite of missing some great shots) and THANKS for this great tip!
Damn... i think i posted a new message instead of replying to this... wot a dumbass!!!! :-) just stumbled across this blog... as my recently bought Sony HD Handycam displayed this message after accidently slipping off my printer omto the carpet floor.. I was a bit skeptical at first but after 3 goes at the banging method (last being banging on the swivel chair armrest covered by a towel), it amazingly worked..
Two light smacks on the LCD side and camera works now.