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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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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Re: pictures go "pink"
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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You're either using old/expired film, or taking photos during dusk. Color film is balanced for daylight photography. Using it under conditions other than that will result in varying color casts on the resulting images.
Fluorescent lighting: Greenish
Indoor bulbs: Reddish/orange
Outdoor at night/dusk: Blueish/purpla
Ourdoor at dawn: Pink/blue
Or, you may have just gotten bad print work done. Try a different lab.
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1) Flip you PSP to its backside and besure the back cover that holds the battery is off. There are twoscrews in back of the battery. On could be covered by a sticker. Besure to peel it of slowly as it will void you warranty if it isruined.
After you get these out look on the bottom side,you will see a screw that is dead center of the psp. The last two are above and below where the memory card slot is.
Take the faceplate off. Now you will see a a small set of buttons on the screen. To the right of it is a small cable. Use a flathead screwdriver to the clasp and pull the cable out.
You will now see two clamps for the screen where the button assembly for the d-pad is. The same thing for the other side where the face buttons for the psp are. Take all the clamps off by use the flathead screwdriver again. Put in in between the screen and clamps and give it a little turn.
You have the screen out now. Pull it from both sides very slowly. Be very careful as there are cables still connected. Flip the screen out as we are going to take the cables off the screen now.
There are two black clasps holding the screen cables on there. Lift them up(slowly!)and take the cables off. If those claps are broke there is no fix outside a new motherboard so don't break them.
Put the screen into the clasps putting in all necessary cables that were went thru taking off. Sit the LCD screen snugly and and lock clasps. Return faceplate and all buttons to original positions to be sure everything will play right. Before you close it all up be sure everything is in place and fits well. Be sure to put the buttons back on and connect it to the motherboard. Turn the psp on and be sure it all works well. If it is having any pronlems go back over each step in reverse order from when we put the screen in.
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Hey guys, If anyone wants to help me get some pictures up shoot me a comment on here. My digital Camera died today and it will be awhile before I will buy a new one(maybe its good because since my PSP is still under warranty)thanks!
Sounds like one of those problems only cureable with expert knowledge of for example Chroma feed , Lcd function , lamp luminence, not to be a killjoy but it sounds like this is one for the engineers an estimate should be free and even if you dont have it fixed you'll know whats wrong if you want to do it yourself providing you have adequate training of course .... Regards vortash
This is a symptom of a faulty CCD. This is a known issue and if the camera is taken direct to a Canon service centre they should be able to have it repaired at no charge. Camera shops can also send them in for you but will most likely charge you a handling fee.
the cause of the problem can be CCD imager. So, the best solution is to claim for Sony recall. If there is some other problem ask for the price estimate. Please contact the nearest Authorized Sony Service.