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Image darkness Hi, I own 5700 nikon coolpix and when i take the pic in the indoor under normal condition light, i am getting darker pics. how to resolve this issue

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Re: Image darkness - Nikon Coolpix 5700 Digital Camera Digital Cameras

Try to read some here too

Posted on Aug 17, 2008

Re: Image darkness

Are the pictures dark in the screen or after you upload them?
try to take them on Automate status..

Posted on Aug 17, 2008

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Re: Image darkness

You might have to change your selected media choice. For example, if you are taking a close up picture you can select the face icon on the camera, etc. The problem is that the shutter isnt allowing that light to absorb in your lense which creates a darker image. You might have to use your flash or change the environment control to help the camera decifer where you are and what you are taking a picture of.. I own a D50 which is a Nikon, that is the same thing for me. I'm unsure of the coolpix, but typically you can point your lense towards ambient light to help the lense open up if its set to auto, then take the picture. Think of it as your eye, it needs that light in order to see.

Posted on Sep 13, 2007

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