Hold the camera upside down and gently blow off any grit and lose dust particles. Next lightly wipe the lens with a few drops of lens cleaning fluid, place the fluid on the lens cleaning paper, not directly onto the lens and then wipe the lens.
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Hi, The black screen problem means the lens sensor is spoiled due to over exposure to heat. Its better to give it to Kodak service centre. If your camera is under warranty period its well and good they will replace the lens sensor for free of cost. Thank you
My initial problem solution would be to download the firmware, but there is no firmware available online for this model. Therefor in this case I would recommend contacting KODAK in order for them to assist you in solving the issue.
An Out of Warranty repair for this model for this fault is about 48 pounds + shipping. KODAK also offers a Trade up option where you will have the opportunity to trade up to a newer model 25-30% cheaper than the market price.
Hi Greg, Its not on the settings., Here the thing you need to Do
Turn Off the camera, remove the memory card then Turn On the camera and go to auto mode or smart scene., now if yu see black screen check the Lens is yur lens has cover or check if the Lens protracted. Now if the Lens has no cover and protracted thats good it means theres no problem on the lens., Now press Menu Button, If the options did not display it means LCD or screen is already defective. you can also press review button.,
Please call kodak Toll Free 1 800 235 6325 and have your camera repair., GudlucK!
If you purchased your D60 new, you could sent it in to Nikon for cleaning but personally, I'd wait a while if it's not affecting the camera's functions. If you need warranty work within the first year, you can send the camera in for that work, and they'll clean under the LCD while servicing the camera.
There is nothing you can do about that, the LCD screen has been cracked. There is a liquid inside the LCD screen that is the black globs that you describe. You cannot replace it, you can still take pics with it ....or you will have to purchase a new one.
Very sorry about your luck.Thank you for trying Fixya!
It is probably a speck of dust on the sensor. Get a blower from any camera shop, remove the lens,lock up the mirror (mirror lock up in camera menu) and give the sensor a good blow ( without touching it) while holding the camera front down so that any specks of dust fall away from the sensor. Sometimes specks can stick (pollen for example) in which case you could try a disposable swab and cleaning solution, although if unsure most camera shops provide the service pretty cheap - the sensor would be a lot more expensive to replace if you mess it up.