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Did you really drop the camera? because the pink could be caused by a misplaced lens. But you also should check if you did not change the strings to manual. Like manual White balance or scene. Try the camera in the automatic setting. Please check the type number you gave, because Nikon did not make a Coolpix 3200. And I think the S3200 is to new.
To start you can take out batteries for a couple of minutes , but I do not think that will solve the problem.
The CCD sensor is the optical device that captures light and generate the picture on a digital camera.
Whe it is faulty it must be replaced at a repair centre.
Canon covers the repair expenses for CCD sensor replacement , even when warranty is expired on several of their models. Call manufacturer at the number listed on the user manual to get information, if your model is in Canon list you may have the repair done for free, otherwise get a quote on repair.
looks like the CCD (image recording chip) has quit working. There is a lot of information regarding this phenomenon available at this link http://www.imaging-resource.com/badccds.html . The problem was widespread and affected almost all camera manufacturers. It does appear that most affected cameras are in the 3-5 year old range. The problem seems to have been rectified within the industry.
If it's pink/purple and "streaky", you have a bad CCD sensor. The only fix is replacement of the sensor. This is the main image capturing sensor in the camera. The situation is well documented on the web. It's usually the end of the camera, unless it's under warranty (or just a little past). Approaching Fuji's repair department can sometimes yield a sympathetic rep who'll have it fixed at no charge to you. If you are on the hook for the repair, expect to drop about $100 US.
I had the same problem with the Canon PowerShot S410. I called Canon and they said it was a known issue. They are going to send me a return, paid postage label and replace the sensor at no cost. Canon rocks!