Question about Nikon Coolpix 3200 Digital Camera
Problem just cropped up, pictures have a pink hue and nature. I,very had the camera for seven years and never a problem until now. Pictures of sunsets and water are really bad. On vacation in Panama and the camera is failing at the wrong time.
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.
Posted on Feb 09, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: memory card malfunction
Pictures can sometimes be recovered by sending the card to a service provider, or by downloading software designed to recover the pictures from the card. It is not clear weather the problem is the card or the camera, however to recover the pictures from the card would be the same process. If you do not have one you will need to buy a USB card reader to load the card on the computer. Consider buying another card to test in the camera, if you so wish. If the camera is new enough also consider contacting the manufacturer for warranty assistance. David Millier Advance Camera Repair
Posted on Feb 26, 2007
SOURCE: error message on D40
The guy at the camera store is probably right. The aperture is controlled by a small leg that juts out from the lens mount. This leg/lever moves up and down to open the aperture. It could be stuck or broken. Try holding the lens (small end pointing towards your face) and peer into the lens as if you were taking a picture. Find the aperture guide (a small rectangular lever) and slide it up and down. You should see the aperture blades open and close. If they do, the camera is malfunctioning and in need of repair (warranty?).
Posted on Mar 28, 2008
SOURCE: memory card problem
wheather you check in computer repair shop is their any virus present in memory card? format your memory card! check virus is present in your computer or not! ?Try it!
Posted on Jul 11, 2008
When shooting with the D100 do you have the dial on top of camera set to 'Auto'? If so, then most likely you have some how adjusted to the exposure compensation, so your photos are underexposing.
To reset your camera to the factory default settings:
Hold down the bracket and flash button for two
These are the buttons marked with a green dot
Take a test photo and see if that works.
Posted on Mar 18, 2009
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