Question about Nikon D200 Body Only Digital Camera
I shoot about 200 photos, 5 days a week, have owned the camera 2 years. Now, after shooting about 50 perfectly colored photos the following 50 photos turn magenta, sometimes they turn blue. I turn the camera on and off and the photos continue to be off-color. I've changed the white balance then change it back to "A" and the camera starts shooting normal color again. I take a lot of pictures of faces so it's extremely important that the color balance is maintained. Can you help me please?
Set it to a manual white balance colour temperature, 5200K being an average one to start testing at. Does this make a difference? If not, then the sensor, RGB lightmetering sensor or exposure board may be at fault. The peripheral area of most sensors is used for white balance metering, which denotes a sensor issue, although if the exposure board isn't reading this information correctly, then it will give varying results. However, Nikon's 420 pixel RGB sensor on the D200 may also be taking WB readings. I'll be talking to Nikon soon, but try manual settings first.
Posted on Jul 01, 2008
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