Question about Nikon D60 Digital Camera
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Digital Lines in my photos
I have contacted nikon servicing centre and they requested to see the camera, they didn't tell me what the fault was but they managed to fix it they charged me £ 190 but at least I have my camera back and is working fine...
Posted on Jan 10, 2008
For me the issue was flecks of dust on the CCD. Complete fix for d40x effected as follows:
(You will need a 'rocketblower' or similar air cleaning device)
Take the lens off. Set camera to Manual setting and spin around to 'bulb' setting, press the button to shoot but hold it down. You will see the CCD exposed inside the hole where the lens usually attaches. Then taking care not to touch the CCD with the rocket blower give it a few blasts of air onto the ccd. (Possibly before you do this hold the camera at an angle to the light and you might see the dust flecks I had on the CCD.) Then replace let the button go and replace the lens. Voila.
Posted on Mar 17, 2008
SOURCE: Red line on all photos
Try calling Nikon and asking if they know of any issues.. It's possible (somehow ..hopefully ..unlikely) that they know it's their own fault and will fix it. Nikon does have a reputation to uphold.
Otherwise, it is generally more expensive to have this repaired than to get a replacement. Is possible to find a camera online with perhaps a broken LCD, which may have a good sensor to replace yours with. Ask a local technician the feasibility of this. The sensor in your camera is almost definitely the culprit, although it could just be a flimsy connector.
Posted on Aug 31, 2009
This is dust on the sensor. Google the words...cleaning a digital camera sensor. You'll find instructions and sources for supplies.
Posted on Oct 02, 2009
Have you tried going into the menu and finding "reset"?
Posted on Mar 01, 2010
Testimonial: "thats a great idea thank u so much. Would u happen to know in which menu i can find the reset ?"
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