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Nikon D50 Digital Camera with 18-55mm and 55-200mm Lenses Questions & Answers
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Assuming that your camera is not broken, you may have the color balance set incorrectly. Go into your menus and find the color balance settings. Assuming that you are using the camera outdoors midday, your white balance should be set to approximately 5400 to 5600k.
1/24/2015 12:29:14 AM •
on Jan 24, 2015
\my D50 is not following
Your lens might have an issue caused by some sort of shock or impact. Before anything just try to gently turn the focus ring on the lens while on auto focus to see if it pops back into place. Sometimes this actually takes care of the issue. Just DON'T FORCE IT. If this doesn't solve your issue then contact a Nikon authorized service center because your lens is going to need repairs. Hope this helps!
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7/7/2011 6:02:05 PM •
on Jul 07, 2011
I took alot of pictures recently..seemed to be
Sorry, no. The camera is entirely reliant on the memory card to store images.
Either the camera or the memory card is faulty. Try another known good memory card to work out out which item is at fault. If it's the camera then it needs professional repairs, if it's the memory card then buy another.
Never, ever, format your memory card in a computer or external card reader, reformatting should only ever be done in-camera with a fully-charged battery.
6/30/2011 1:40:37 PM •
on Jun 30, 2011
Nikon camera d50 lens 15-200mm. Showing an F-- on
F-- error message. Most of the time, this error message is
limited to Nikon DSLR cameras, because its related to a lens error.
The camera is having trouble communicating with the lens. Dismount the lens, carefully clean the contacts that mate with the body, and remount it. This usually works. Check the lens to ensure it's locked into place. If
you cannot make this particular lens work, try a different lens to see
whether the F-- error message continues. You'll then know whether the
problem is with the original lens or the camera.
In some cases, that problem it had to do with the aperture ring on the lens - make sure it's locked.
5/2/2011 11:30:44 PM •
on May 02, 2011
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