Sony Cyber-shot DSC-W290
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Taking great pictures is easier than ever with the DSC-W290 Cyber-shot digital camera. The iAuto mode adjusts the settings for you based on your surroundings, so all you have to do is press a button to capture shots with the right amount of light and beautiful clarity. And with the ingenious Face Detection mode, faces in your photos will look more realistic with natural skin tones and sharp details. Tired of blurry photos? Optical SteadyShot image stabilization minimizes blur for better results.... Read more [ Report abuse or wrong photo | Share your Sony Cyber-shot DSC-W290 photo ]
Sony Cyber-shot DSC-W290 Digital Camera, size: 3.4 MB
Sony Cyber-shot DSC-W290
Sony Cyber shot DSC W290 Digital Camera
User reviews and opinions
|kadal27||10:14pm on Monday, October 18th, 2010|
|I never owned a camera. This is first time I purchased in my life. I was wondering how it will work. Very good camera both for outdoor and indoor shooting. Built is exceptionally solid compared to the Canon or Nikon. Vibrant LCD and good battery life. Sony Cyber-shot W290 comes with 12.1 megapixel sensor and a zoom wide angle 5x optical starting at 28mm.|
|Lenovo123||8:01pm on Saturday, September 25th, 2010|
|This camera has a great zoom for a such a small camera. We bought this as a gift for my mom and she absolutly loves it. Very easy to use. This is quite a camera for only around $200. Does standard as well as 16:9 aspect ratio image size.|
|dougwhite44||2:14pm on Thursday, September 9th, 2010|
|Great Camera I love this camera and then I thought I screwed it up, but I went and redid what screwed it up in the first place. Sony DSC-W290 The camera is a workhorse following the former models. The new upgrades are astonishing. Battery life is great. Dont waste your money Please, dont waste you money with this.|
|FSense||11:38am on Tuesday, July 27th, 2010|
|A really great camera. The pictures are so clear and the videos are as well. There are some cool effects that can be done on the camera.|
|andymand||7:09am on Thursday, July 22nd, 2010|
|I am surprised of the poor quality of the pictures taken with this camera. I changed the settings trying to get better pictures out of it. I was extremely disappointed in this camera a... Smile detection is great.|
|drjojo||9:27am on Thursday, July 8th, 2010|
|I recently bought the new 12 MP Sony Cybershot or the W290 DSC as I keep calling it. And really for the money it is an excellent camera. I know that many of the know-it-alls here at Epinions want the stock list of technical details that can be found at the manufacturers website and if t... I played with the W290 more than 1 month and all the cameras that the strength and weakness.|
|npillot||3:32pm on Tuesday, June 29th, 2010|
|I had a dsc T20 model before w290. Its video quality was not as good as w290; but I could zoom while recording video.|
|Charl||4:48pm on Monday, May 3rd, 2010|
|Recall issue - does not power up. I had the same problem that another reviewer, Sara Tillman, described here.|
|Interneohyk56||10:42pm on Thursday, April 22nd, 2010|
|My last camera was a Sony Cybershot and I loved it!! Compact, easy to use, great pics., etc.|
|lacanadio||9:51am on Friday, April 9th, 2010|
|Great point and shoot with a nicely over-sized viewer. The auto focus and stabilization features pretty much allow for goof proof shooting every time.|
|Frank Rottinghaus||2:23am on Tuesday, April 6th, 2010|
|This is an easy to carry camera for travelers... this camera is an excellent buy..a good camera for fast trips when a slr is too big..|
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Repairing Sony Cyber-shot DSC-W290 Motherboard
Tools used in this guide
Soldering Kit (1)
Parts relevant to this guide
Sony Cyber-shot DSC-W290 Logic Board (1)
Thorough knowledge of disassembling the camera is necessary for replacing the motherboard.
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Step 1 - installation Battery
Find the hatch labeled "open" on the left side of the bottom of the camera. Slide the hatch in the direction that the arrow is pointing. The hatch will open outward on its own.
Slide the blue locking tab to release the battery. Slide the battery out of the camera.
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Step 3 - Outer Casing
Replace hatch and rotate camera 180 degrees. You should still be looking at the bottom of the camera. Remove the four 2.5mm Philips #0 screws.
Turn the camera so the left side-panel faces you. (It says 5x Optical Zoom) Remove the two 2.5mm Philips #0 screws. You may have to remove the screws with a pair of tweezers when the screws are almost out.
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Turn the camera so the right side faces you. Remove the two 2.5mm Philips #0 screws. You may have to remove the screws with a pair of tweezers when the screws are almost out.
Rotate camera so that the back is facing you. Pull the back casing directly away from the LCD screen.
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Turn the camera so that the left side is facing you. Pull the left side-panel off of the camera.
Turn camera so that the front of the camara is facing you. Pull the front casing directly away from the camera. The right side panel may fall off when you take the front panel off.
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Turn the camera so that the right side is facing you. Pull the right side-panel away from the rest of the camera.
This is what your camera should look like now that you have removed the casing from all sides.
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Step 11 - LCD Assembly
Gently pull the LCD and its casing away from the motherboard as shown. Be careful not to rip out any ribbon cables.
Disconnect the small ribbon-wire by gently pulling on the small ribbon-wire where it connects with the motherboard. Do not use excessive force to remove the wire because this may cause it to tear.
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Disconnect the large ribbon-wire by pulling on the large ribbon-wire where it connects to the motherboard.
Pull the LCD and its casing away from the rest of the camera.
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Step 15 - Flash Bulb Assembly
Turn the camera so the back is facing you. Remove the 2.5mm Philips #0 screw at the top of the camera.
Tilt top casing up and towards you. Carefully remove the right ribbon-wire from the top camera panel by pulling where the wire connects to the top. Make sure to hold the camera with your thumb on the white square to ensure the ribbon-wire is not disconnected from the motherboard. Carefully remove the left ribbon-wire from the top camera panel by pulling where the wire connects to the top.
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Step 17 - Lens Assembly
Flash capacitors are dangerous! Be extremely careful when removing the capacitor from the camera. You can get shocked BADLY! Remove the flash capacitor from the lens assembly. Carefully place the flash capacitor away from where you are working.
Carefully disconnect the top ribbon-wire from the motherboard by pulling where the wire connects to the motherboard.
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Disconnect the top remaining ribbon-wire by carefully pulling at the base of where the wire connects to the motherboard.
Pull the Lens Assembly away from the motherboard. You have now removed the Lens Assembly from the camera.
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Step 21 - Motherboard
Remove the red clip that holds the motherboard to its casing.
Pull back the small gray clip located on the right side of the camera to release the motherboard from its casing.
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Lift the motherboard from the casing. Carefully remove the large ribbon-wire by pulling the wire where it connects with the motherboard. In order to completely remove the motherboard, you must desolder the small ribbon wire from the casing.
Flip the motherboard up to turn it over. When de-soldering, be careful not to burn yourself or the motherboard. You can damage or destroy the motherboard or the ribbon wire by applying too much heat. Carefully de-solder the three connectors from the ribbon wire to the motherboard. You have now removed the motherboard.
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To reassemble your device, follow these instructions in reverse order.
This document was last generated on Feb 12, 2011.
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Taking great pictures is easier than ever with the DSC-W290 Cyber-shot digital camera. The iAuto mode adjusts the settings for you based on your surroundings, so all you have to do is press a button to capture shots with the right amount of light and beautiful clarity. And with the ingenious Face Detection mode, faces in your photos will look more realistic with natural skin tones and sharp details. Tired of blurry photos? Optical SteadyShot image stabilization minimizes blur for better results. You can also connect your camera to a compatible HDTV and show off your shots on the big screen in high definition.
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