Sony finds defects in some of its digital cameras

  • Sony said it has found defects in some of its popular Cyber-shot digital cameras, the latest quality problem to strike the Japanese company whose image was severely tarnished by a massive battery recall earlier this year.

    The electronics maker said in a statement that liquid crystal display screens of eight camera models might not display images correctly, saved images might be distorted or cameras might not take photos at all.

    Read the complete story here. (Marketwatch)

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