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Pictures go "pink"

All my photos have a definite "pink" cast to them. Much too pink to ignore. If I leave it turned off for about a week with the batteries out, then it may return to normal, but as soon as I take a photo in conditions that could remotely be called 'bright' it goes pink again. reseting doesn't hepl

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  • deanjs Apr 07, 2008

    WOW that was quick

    No set tint levels in the camera, just preset brightness and daylight-incandescent etc levels. I've played with all those already-no go.
    Looks like it will have to go back then as I don't want to have to "photoshop" all my photos. (I get pretty click happy on occasion) and it did work originally just fine.

    Thanks anyway

  • deanjs Apr 07, 2008

    Thanks-I've tried the reset and there is no change. I've tried all the brightness, daylight to indoors settings etc. Its only a pretty basic camera-point and shoot really, but it took pretty good photos (did!). I think its hardware not software problem, but I was hoping......

    Thanks for your time and sugestion

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Have you tried the camera reset feature in the setup menu I have found resetting the camera sometimes helps with this. If it does not help it is most likely a ccd issue the is not processing the yellow and blue correctly. I have a feature on my camera that causes that effect so the reset should fix it.

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This could be a native color cast of the sensor. Is there an option to set tint levels in camera? If so, simply push the slider over to the 'green' end until it looks right.
This can also be done with basic photo editing software. 
If this is an issue you need solved from the hardware end, Nikon is your friend. It's at least worth the 10 dollars to send it back to factory to find out if there's something wrong with it. Check out NikonUSA.com for a list of authorized service centers near you.

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