I had my Nikon 5700 sitting on a pool table and someone rolled a pool ball and it hit it lightly. Nothing looks wrong or broken as I did not think anything about it since it was not dropped or hit hard. Since then, I can not turn on my camera and the CD card's pictures that I had taken for my youth retreat were gone too. Any help would be appreciated.
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I think you need to change the resolution of the game in game settings to suit the resolution of the monitor you are using that wold be the ideal solution.
(but if not, as a temporary workaround you can change the resolution of your monitor, or of your windows. You don't say what windows or monitor you are using so I can't help until I know. It's not an ideal solution as everything else will look wrong, but it is a solution)
pool table has 6 pockets and uses a standard 'stripes and solids' ball set;
also known as 'pocket billiards'. A pure billiards table has no pockets and
uses only 3 balls. A snooker table has smaller pockets and balls, a very large
playing surface and is played primarily in England.
Weighted cue balls are most commonly used in older Dynamo pool tables. These tables actually have three methods of distinguishing cue balls from numbered balls. They have a shunt for over-sized cue balls, a magnet for magnetic cue balls and a patented designed weighted cue ball return. Billiard balls weigh 6 ounces. The slightly heavier cue ball rolls through the separation interchange, activates a rocker dropping the cue ball into the hairpin turn leading to the head of the pool table.
This camera was in the time when the ccd had problems. http://www.nikonusa.com/email_images/nikonusa/service_advisory/coolpix.html Call Nikon concerning your camera. You can send it to them, they will estimate it, and may repair it for free if it is the ccd problem.
You will need an adapter. Search e-bay for "coolpix 5700 adapter" then look around for the different sizes they have. Usualy they are 52 and 58mm. Then go back and check to see wich sizes the ring light supports. The ring light should come with step rings to fit different sizes but just incase see wich they are so you know it will fit.
I must admit a ring light looks like fun!
The adapter connects your camera to a standard size thread type so you can use lenses and other fun attachments like the lamp ring.