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Sony Recalls 416,000 "Cyber-shot" DSC-T5 Digital Still Camer


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Sony has recently discovered that, with certain units of its Digital Still Camera "Cyber-shot" DSC-T5 released on the market in September 2005, there is the possibility that metal plating on the bottom of the camera unit may warp, causing slight cut or scratch to the skin of the user when it is directly touched.

In its effort to ensure customer satisfaction, Sony will offer a free replacement service of the bottom casing.

http://www.sony.net/...iceArea/070802/
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