Question about Nikon D50 Digital Camera
I have having a hard time now with my nikon d50. when i take a picture there is only one thin straight line in the middle of the picture in focus. everything else is out of focus. i have tried manual, auto, p modes different lenses, filters no filters adjusting f stops iso and white balance shutter speeds too. i have done everything i can, i took it somewhere and they were baffled. they said it was the macro filter i was using, even though the lenses that they used did the same thing. can anyone help im really bummed. ive tried everything, also pressed the reset button too, nothing is helping. thanks.
This sounds to me as if the sensor in the camera has become angled slightly from abuse or manufacturing defect. If you think about what is happening when you focus the lens, it is that the focal point is being moved forward or backward until it is exactly in the vertical plane that the sensor is in. That is, unless the sensor is no longer in the vertical plane. In that case the focus point is in front of some of the sensor, and behind some of the sensor, with it being on the sensor only on the line across the sensor that is where it is supposed to be.
You can probably test this by intentionally mis-focussing. This should shift the line that is focus above or below the line that you have now.
If you did not do this by sticking something against the sensor and the camera is under warranty, Nikon should fix this. In my experience, if you didn't do this by abusing the camera, and if Nikon has ever seen this before, and if you had registered the camera with them, and if you talk to Nikon tech support and are polite and respectful, etc., there is a better than 50% chance that they will fix it at no charge anyway.
I hope that helps. Good luck.
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