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Re: Pink tint to pictures on Coolpix L18
Just check out any dust collected on the lens givving this pink tint images.
in terms of overall image look is the odd-looking (to my eye at least) exposure and contrast processing choices, which give the whole image a slightly washed out, slightly hazy look. As a result, blues tend to be a little grey, and reds tend to be a little pink. Again, nothing serious, but the overall vibrancy isn't quite up to the standards of more expensive cameras (but nor is the saturation excessive).
Crops also show some sharpening halos (see the boundary around the red spade in the crop above, for example), and while sharpening is obviously not adjustable on the L15, it's really nothing to get bent out of shape about. High-contrast shots do look a little jagged, but again, in normal prints this will be barely visible at worst.
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If you are using the NiMH batteries they may be getting hot causing condensation. Try regular battries or wait for the camera to stabalise in the new tempature. If the regular battries work then buy the replacement rechargebal battries because the voltage will vary with tempature also causing errors to the sensors.
We were in the middle of taking pictures on our Nikon L18 and it was in continuous shot mode and the picture froze on the screen...I called tech support and they wanted me to turn the camera in so it could i fixed..it was a BRAND NEW CAMERA!!!! yeah so we just took the batteries out and let it reset...see if that works.
You don't need the disk to transfer your pictures from your camera to your computer. Just take your sd card out of your camera and plug it into your computer. A folder with your pictures will appear on your computer. Copy them to a different folder on your computer, so you can take your sd card out and still have them on there. If that doesn't work, plug the cable in that came with your camera, and hopefully that will work.
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Try this, it may work without the software.
Turn off the camera. Plug the usb cable between the camera and the computer. Turn on the camera. If a box pops up on the computer asking what you want to do, scroll down and see if there is an option to view pictures. If a window opens up with all your pictures on it, great. Now open up a folder where you want to put your pictures. Bring up the other window with the pictures in it and hit the control key and the d key at the same time on your keyboard. Then drag your pictures to the window where you want them and let go of the mouse key. They should all move over. Then you can use Windows image viewer to see them. Let me know if that works.