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Pink tinge When I shoot a picture in bright sunlight, the picture always has a pink tinge to it. I have tried putting in manual mode, and adjusting the shutter speed and the f setting but I just can't seem to to get this to stop. I have also tried to adjust the white balance. I am new at doing this and I would like any help you can give. Thank you.

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Try reset to factory defaults, it is in the menu somewhere if it does not help look closely on the lens if there is any damage, are you using any filters ? if all fails then you have faulty image sensor, Nikon will replace it free of charge even out of warranty.

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