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Unusable camera I didn't drop my camera. I was taking pictures. They started turning a bluish pixelated color sometimes. Then all of a sudden, it just stopped working. The lens is partially out. and It wont turn on.

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All you have to do is take the batteries out for a moment, and then put them back+ turn the camera on and off. This clears the glitch and normal operation will resume. . .

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JPEG storage reduced

Don't confuse bytes with pixels. A pixel is point of color. A byte is a unit of computer storage. A picture with 10 million pixels may or may not require 10 million bytes of storage.

As an exercise, take a picture outside your window, properly exposed and focused. Now put your camera into manual mode, select a fast shutter speed (1/1000 will do), put the lens cap on, and take a picture. Compare the two file sizes. The first file should have a lot of detail in it and will be quite a bit larger. The second file should be all black. The two pictures will have the same number of pixels, but require different amounts of storage.

In the worst case, each pixel will require three bytes to specify its color. JPEG files will be compressed so it's not quite this bad. At the other extreme, it doesn't take many bytes to say "3872x2592 pixels, every one of them absolutely black."

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When i take a picture with the flash, it has a yellow tint to it. Why?

Most likely your white balance setting needs to be adjusted. You didn't specify the model of your camera, so I can't tell you exactly how to change it (your manual should say).
Your camera should have several settings:
"A" or "Auto"
"Tungsten" or "Indoors" or "Incandescent"

and possibly also:
"Cloudy" or "Shade"

When taking flash pictures, the "Flash" setting should be best. If you don't have a flash setting, then "Daylight" or "Sun" will be the best.

Human eyes adjust quickly and easily to different colors of light, but cameras see light as it is, so indoor light will look yellow, outside bluish, fluorescent greenish, etc. So digital cameras shift the colors in the image to try to make white objects appear white like they would to your eye. But sometimes they mess up and don't get it quite right. That is where the manual white balance settings come in. If you play with these settings, then you will find you can improve the color quality of many of your pictures.

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Color quality on my Sanyo digital camera 8.1 mega pixel, vpc-t850 is not very good. Its rather bluish. what and how can it be fixed. Thanks.

You may have accidentally changed the white balance. Go into the menu and change it to auto white balance.

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Sony Cybershot DSC-S500 bad photo resolution problem

Electronic shutter in lens mechanism got bad and you need to replace complete lens assembly of DSC-S500 camera.
Of course new lens assembly would cost more then camera worth so best option is to buy new camera.

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Screen is black, takes picture but no image

Mybe it's the memory card problem. my memory card became unusable, then i had to get a new one and then the pictrues were taken again.

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Is my Camera broken?????

u need to set ur cam in the factory defaults^^

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Nikon D200 / photos coming out magenta somtimes blue

Set it to a manual white balance colour temperature, 5200K being an average one to start testing at. Does this make a difference? If not, then the sensor, RGB lightmetering sensor or exposure board may be at fault. The peripheral area of most sensors is used for white balance metering, which denotes a sensor issue, although if the exposure board isn't reading this information correctly, then it will give varying results. However, Nikon's 420 pixel RGB sensor on the D200 may also be taking WB readings. I'll be talking to Nikon soon, but try manual settings first.

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try reset the camera back to camera defaults by putting dial on p, menu, custom reset

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Dropped camera, took awful pictures for a while

Possibly who can tell - probably a connector came loose and you smacked it back Lucky old you.

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Many many problems

This camera has had problems with the operations deck assy, this is the controller that inputs customer commands. Nikon is repairing many of these at little or no charge to the customer depending on the age of the camera. I would call them first to see if they will take care of this for you. Good Luck! Joe Weibel Custom Electronics(

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