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Purple and pink tint shadow on pictures. Have checked Macro setting.

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  • ureikoinu Nov 25, 2008

    Whenever I take a picture there is a weird purple lighting all over it, I have tried everything I can think of but it won't fix.

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Sent the camera into orbit and bought a new one.

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If pictures are pink and blurred shadow-like on all settings, both on LCD and on picture files, then you have a faulty CCD sensor.

The CCD sensor is the device that captures light to generate the digital picture.

Depending on the camera model number the CCD sensor fault is repaired at factory expenses. Call Nikon at the number listed on the owner manual, and find if the fault will be covered by recall.

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CCD has gone bad , it is the sign of CCD failure first pics gets purple shades and overexposed white seems like pink purple and then all off dont spend time and money in diagnosing th fault i am 100 % sure abt it, i dont think it is worth to get it replaced u can get a new one around the cost replacement , fuji and nikon are good in results

i know i havent fixed ur problem but no body can in this situtation
pls rate me genrously bcoz i helped u in diagnosing ur problem without wasting time

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check out your scene and macro settings. If you are in macro mode (an icon that looks like a tulip), you should be no more than 2 feet away from your subject. Also if you are in the wrong mode (night mode in daylight, or bright mode indoors, for example), your colors may appear off.
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a pink tint CAN be removed in Photoshop or picasa.

Check the settings in your camera. it could be set to "sepia" under effects.

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an incandesant light above the stones and the camera without the flash should work.. thats how i was able to capture the pink of pink saphirres...and zircons.. hopefully it works for u

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