CNN - Bad image sensors by Sony to be replaced ??

Discussion in 'Digital Photography' started by Joey, Oct 29, 2005.

  1. Joey

    Joey Guest

    Just saw on CNN that Sony admitted that many of it's image sensors used
    by them, Nikon, Canon, etc go bad in high humidity and go black. The
    show said they won't do a massive recall but will fix those at no charge
    that show the symptoms. Does anyone here know what cameras are affected ???

    Joey, Oct 29, 2005
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  2. Here's a list, possibly incomplete:

    Canon: PowerShot A60, PowerShot A70, PowerShot A75, PowerShot A300,
    PowerShot A310, Digital IXUS V3, Digital IXUS II, Digital IXUS IIs

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

    Konica Minolta: DiMAGE 7i, DiMAGE 7Hi, DiMAGE A1, DiMAGE Xi, DiMAGE Xt,
    DiMAGE X20, DiMAGE S414, DiMAGE F300

    Nikon: D2H, D70, N55, COOLPIX 3100, 5700, SQ

    Olympus: C-5050, C-730

    Sony: DSC-F717, DSC-P10, DSC-P12, DSC-P2, DSC-P31, DSC-P32, DSC-P51,
    DSC-P52, DSC-P7, DSC-P71, DSC-P72, DSC-P8, DSC-P92, DSC-U10, DSC-U20,
    DSC-U30, DSC-U60, DSC-V1, MVC-CD400, MVC-CD500, MVC-FD200
    =?iso-8859-1?q?M=E5ns_Rullg=E5rd?=, Oct 29, 2005
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  3. Joey

    jamessanjuan Guest

    A month ago, my Sony F-717 suddenly started to produce poor color with
    small white lines across the entire image.

    Turns out it is the CCD that at first they wanted to charge me $425 but
    just at that time SONY must have sent the bulletin to all their
    authorized repair shops so they are fxing it for free.
    jamessanjuan, Oct 29, 2005
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