What is error E:62:10 mean and how to repair
what is error E:62:10 mean and how to repair
Dan JN that is a lens error. Could be generated by a stuck lens. Try to extend the zoom immediately after you turn the camera on. Then remove battery while still in zoom tap around battery case a few times.Then replace the battery and see if that will help. If not you will need to either repair the lens or replace it.
Sorry to hear you have the same problem too, but again this is a very well known problem that a lot of users have. Read the full story at http://sony-e-62-10.atspace.cc/. If the device is still under warranty, bring it as soon as possible to an after-sales service center and let it fix. If it is not under warranty any more, the workaround procedure described in https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=S53D3EfD... may help, but it needs to be executed each time the device is powered on. You may also contact the support services of SONY to make them aware and/or try to invoke a hidden defect.
After having to remove the battery very often to clear the same error for my 4K camera (FDR-AX53),
I noticed that if I hold the camera vertically, with the lens pointing up (seems to also working pointing down), instead of horizontally, I never get the error as the lens assembly is easier to move / not fighting gravity as much.
Whereas I get the error at most horizontal startup. Whatever the previous zoom position.
I hope that info may help other persons!
Added : Or from the .cc website, maybe the flex ribbon is less broken in that direction in my case… But for me the stab starts “too strongly” and hits the ceiling when the camera is horizontal, then goes in error. So it may just be the control system which is badly configured, and should move slower / not as far and or be allowed to use more current.
I want to share another way to fix error E62:10.
I began to look for another method other than the battery removal method, since this method does not work on my SONY HX300.
So . The method that I discovered is very simple, namely, just hold the lens with your finger while turning on the camera, and as soon as the lens rests on your finger, it starts to move back, release your finger, the lens will eventually extend, but the E62:10 error will not be displayed on the screen.
The only disadvantage of this method in the case of my SONY HX300 is that the stabilizer starts to work only vertically, but it does not work horizontally anyway.
I have the same problem too. This is actually a problem that happens very frequently with Sony devices.
I found over a hundred forums where users have had the same problem : take a look here.
I documented the same workaround as above, but as far as I am concerned there is no need to tap the device.
Hope it can help.
Če ti kamera pade na tla. Kaže napako E62.20. Pomeni da ne more izvleči objktiva. Verjetno. To se mi je ravnokar zgodilo. L.p.
I have owned numerous Sony DSR cameras - all eventually have a lens error.
Simply apply a little Mystery Oil to the circumference of the lense body... open and retract a few times.
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