Question about Nikon Coolpix 5600 Digital Camera
Every picture looks like this. I have checked settings but this is what I end up with. Do I need to buy a new camera?
The exposure time is clearly too slow on this. Thank's for posting the pic.
If there is a sports setting, try it on this for low-light levels.
If all your daylight photo's are doing this, check the exposure settings.
If you cannot reset the exposure manually to restore this, then remove battery and memory card, leave for around 5 minutes, then load up again.
Check the exposure setting before using, and check the results.
If this does not correct it, try downloading a new driver for it Here
If the problem persists, it could be the metering device within the camera itself.
If under warranty, return the unit according to the warranty information, or get estimates for repair.
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Posted on Jun 25, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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