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 Sony Recalls 350,000 Digital Cameras
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Message Text: Japanese electronics giant Sony said Thursday it would recall 350,000 Cyber-Shot digital cameras worldwide because the metal coating could peel off and scratch the user's hand.

The affected model, the Cyber-Shot DSC-T5, was released in September 2005 and is no longer manufactured, the company said.
BR> "The coating did not have enough adhesive strength, so it may peel off and curl up, hurting a user's hand," said Sony spokeswoman Ryoko Takagi.
BR> "We have received over 30 reports in Japan and several similar cases overseas that users had paper cut-like scratches," including one person who complained a piece of coating got stuck under a finger nail, she said.
BR> Some 66,000 of the cameras covered by the recall are circulating in Japan and the rest overseas.
BR> Manufactured between August and October 2005, the cameras have serial numbers from 3010001 to 3081200, the company said.
 
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