Question about Nikon COOLPIX P60 Digital Camera
It sounds like you have a spot of dust inside your lens. When you zoom to maximum, you are using the "digital zoom" in addition to the optical zoom, and so the camera isn't using the pixels that have the dust spot covering them up. It may be difficult to get the dust out on your lens without taking it apart, but try using one of the dust remover cans you can get at a hardware store. You might have to send it in or take it to a camera shop, and they may have better ways to get it cleaned out. It could also just be a spot on the surface of the lens, which you can clean with a lens cleaning cloth. Post a comment with your rating if this doesn't help, and maybe you can post a picture that shows the defect. That would make it easier to see what exactly is happening.
Posted on Sep 28, 2009
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