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I too am getting a E:61:00 error. Even though I wasted 100$ for repairs after a month or so its giving me the same error. I am just out of my mind to waste my money on further repairs. Can anybody tell me how to overcome this error if ever there was a chance to do it manually.
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i cannot believe it worked.. but it did. still blurry tho.. i keep having to turn my camera on and off to make it take a clear picture
there's somebody know to solve this problem ? the problem is E:61.00 model Sony Cyber shot 7.2 MP
I got the E:61 on my cybershot and followed the whacking advice. I dropped it again from two feet to a wooden table the E:61 stopped blinking but it wouldn\'t focus so I dropped it again on it\'s end and it worked perfectly..what can I say?
HEY! I TRIED THIS JUST NOW..JUST WHEN I WAS READY TO GIVE UP I HITTED ABOUT 3 TIMES ON THE EDGE OF THE TABLE AND IT WORKED!!THANKS PEOPLE OUT THERE..I JUST SAVED ABOUT $150 DOLLARS:)
WO WO WO CANT BELIEVE JUST DROPPING OFF YOUR CAMERA,BRINGING OUT THE BATTERY AND REPLACING IT BACK CAN DO A WHOLE HELL OF TRICK....WHALAAAM MY CAMERA IS BACK TO LIFE AFTER DROPPING IT ON THE FLOOR....YOU GUYS ARE GREAT THANKS
This error (E:61:00)seems to me to do with the lens system 1. The focus within the lens 2. The lens circuit board 3. A cable from the lens to the main circuit board 4. Or any or all combination(s) of the above as well as other items not common to this particular camera model(s). I have a bunch of old fd-100 and fd-200 and I tried to frankenstien one camera together, and I kept running into this error message also. Finally after several attempts at replacing lens parts I found a lens system that wasn't defective or should I say faulty (Due to age and misuse I'm sure) and poof there were no more error messages. Good luck
I had an e:61 error. I turned out to be the dime size lithium battery (slide opening, lower left side backside). Put a new one in, works fine!
Hi to all. guyz you are genius. I did same thing. Opened up lens and hit it softly... WOW error disappeared instantly.....
omg! this really did work! it took a while and frustration gave way to good bangs of the camera on the desk. i turned it back on and no more humming noise! and the focus works prefectly!
I too had this problem,called Sony and was told it would cost $121 just to send it in and diagnose the problem and to ship it back to me...not including cost of replacement parts. I was ready to junk the camera and buy a new one, but tried the hitting the lens on my palm recommendation I saw here...wow...IT WORKS :o) The error code still came up at first, but I pulled the battery for a minute and held the power button down for 10 seconds as was told by the tech on the phone to see if that would clear the message...it did :o) Camera seems to be working fine for now.