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Nikon Coolpix 5700

Hi, I last used my camera 2 months ago and it worked fine. Today, I turned it on & the picture in the viewfinder is very grainy & almost runny & when I take a picture, it's just smears. Any suggestions?

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There is a service advisory issue from Nikon for this. (sounds like what they described) Free repair. Go to http://www.nikondigital.com/main.html. At the bottom right of the window, there is a place to click for the repair info, including a form to download for shipping.

Posted on May 23, 2007

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Dos not sound good. Did you stor it away with the batteries in I wonder? Try the makers tech support site Is it out of warranty yet?

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