How to Fix Bad Pixels on a FS-100? by Thomas Hughes 7 years ago I've got an FS-100 and there are two spots in the picture. They're not the lenses so I'm thinking perhaps they're bad pixels. With my PDW-F350 cameras, if you have a bad pixel, you black balance a few
Re: How to Fix Bad Pixels on a FS-100? by Sherman Bahr 2 years ago If you are referring to the Sony NEX-FS100, then hot pixels could electronically be remapped. You typically do not have to have the sensor replaced. If you would like more details on this you could gi
Re: Sony nx5u lcd monitor by Sherman Bahr 2 years ago You are correct John. Once the coating on the screen starts to wear out the only fix is screen replacement. Just a heads up, we have seen some cheap generic screens out there however I would not recom
Sony NX5 - E:62:10 problem by Srdjan Simijanovic 8 years ago Hello everyone, I have Sony NX5 and it served me well (still does), but now I have some problems with it. I am using it for wedding cinematography (you can see how it works on http: www.suvideo.com) b
Re: Sony NX5 - E:62:10 problem by Sherman Bahr 2 years ago I know this is an older post but for all of the people out there that are still having this problem I wrote a blog article about the E:62:10 problem and why it happens. https: www.videoonerepair.com e
C:32:60 Emergency Workaround by Sherman Bahr 5 years ago Hey guys a problem that I've been seeing with the Sony HXR-NX5 and HDR-AX2000 is the C:32:60 error and focus problems. I went ahead and made an emergency workaround tutorial video that I posted on You
Re: C:32:60 Emergency Workaround by Eric Pensenstadler 5 years ago Sherman, great work around and thank you very much for sharing. If I may, I would like to offer another option that may or may not work in all cases, but I have had good success with this. Turn the ca
Canon GL2 "Eject Tape" error by boakadu 12 years ago I have owned a gl2 for approx 2 years now. I record weddings with it. Just the past couple of weeks when i insert a mini dv there will be a message on the screen saying "eject Tape" and start beeping.
Re: Canon GL2 "Eject Tape" error by Sherman Bahr 8 years ago Yes, it defiantly sounds like you are have a problem with your tape mechanism. The one thing that i would say is it's NOT a dirty head problem, so don't keep trying to fix it with a head cleaner tape.