There should be a CVE number for this issue. The fact there isn't suggests Sony doesn't get CVE's allocated for itself (and nobody shouted loud enough to get the CVE elves to allocate one unilaterally.) Classic example of an epic fail in answer to the question "what's your cyber security posture". The fact a flaw existed is almost less disturbing than their denial process. Although, backdoor passwords have been considered bad for years.
So? How's it' going out there in integrator-land selling vulnerable Sony cameras?