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My Nikon D50 DSLR Camera images show up pink.

Why is this ? It happens on photographs taken AND also shows up in the LED Display at the rear of the Camera. Can this be fixed ? Would it require a new LED screen ? I have heard that this is a common fault which develops. The camera is about fifteen years old and recently purchased second hand but the Seller never disclosed this fault. Thank you.

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Try the White Balance settings. There are 59 references in the manual. Open the link, Press CTRL+F and type ' white balance ' and scroll through. If that doesn't fix it, it will need service. My guess is that they would replace the image sensor. The display only shows what the sensor shows it.

https://cdn-10.nikon-cdn.com/pdf/manuals/dslr/D50_en.pdf

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