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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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Hi!! I never reply to these messages because I never know if they are legit or not. My camera is a DSC - P32. My camera recently displayed the same error message. With the power off and on, I tried several times hitting the camera (the top part where the power button is) on my knee, then the desk a few times. It did not work. Finally, I turned the camera off, and gave it two strong whacks at the same place against a hard wooden table. And it works!!!!! So, there you go, I hope it works for you too! Joanne
Totally f-ing unbelievable. I have a DCR-DVD101, got the 61:10 message after pulling my camera off a shelf onto a concrete floor (5ft drop). Smacked the front lens twice on the floor(carpeted) and fixed. Immense Mucho Gracias!!!
Also a skeptic, I had nothing to lose. My F707 has been great...until while backpacking I got the error ... no zoom, no focus...and two raps later (with palm of hand to the underside of the barrel) It works fine. Sure wish I had known this yesterday while on the trail.... M
WOW!!!!!! It works Next time I'll try it on my staff. Thank you guys.
Had the same problem on a Sony DCR-TRV10E. As an engineer, I was a bit dubious about smacking a precision instrument, but would you beleive it......two smacks with the power off and it worked. The boys and I are in stitches about this, thanks for the advise.
Wow this is amazing I also googled it like many other people and it actually worked. It took more than a couple hits but after about 2 minutes it was working again. There aren't too many things you can fix by banging it.
I thougth the problem was because I brougth it from freezing temperature of the car to the house and humidity or temperature or something. But the 2 smacks worked like a charm!!! Don't know why but I'm still laughing amazed...
This problem first started after a fall to a concrete floor in a backpack. I have always been able to clear the error code by ejecting the battery and then the memory stick while the unit was turned on. Sort of a hard crash and reboot. That did not work today so I found this site. I tapped it very gently against 2 by 4 on a shelf unit. I tapped it on the tripod mounting screw area as that is going to be the strongest part of the whole camera, plus it should transfer the shock through the whole camera. Thanks to the original poster