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Re: Photos are coming out foggy.
It could be. One way to attempt to find out would be to take a picture with the lens cap on. You'll have to go to Manual mode and take a guess as to the exposure. I would also investigate the possibility of a dirty lens. If you have another lens, try that and see what the pictures look like.
I assume you're not using expired film, nor subjecting the film to extreme heat or humidity.
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1) Take the back cover off and clean the:
a) Mirror with glass cleaner
b) The dust that collected on top of the CRT lenses
2) With tv unplugged, use a flashlight and look down the lense of the blue, green CRTs. There is fluid in there. If the fluid is not clear, then it needs to be replaced and the tv re-aligned. Not recommended for anyone without experience.
Cloudy fluid is typically indicated by a foggy picture. THis is assuming you have a standard 3 CRT rear projection TV.
It is possible that your CCD is damaged and could have resulted from high exposure to very high intensity light or sunlight. This has resulted in imager having very poor resolution and so a very foggy picture. The best option is to approach or send the camera to the nearest Nikon serrvice centre- log on to find out with a search of the location- call the call centre and send the camera by post for an estimate before you can decide to go on. This is better that to open and run around for the spares. Hope you try and get help . Good day.
I'm unfamiliar with the F80 but on models like the f65 and f75 the viewfinder screen has an lcd overlay and when the battery is exhausted or removed the viewfinder goes dark and blurry.
Looking at a picture of the f80 it looks like it's just an update on my f75 so it strongly suggests that you just need to insert a fresh battery. The lcd does draw power from the battery even with the camera turned off.
I hope that you found my answer useful, once you've tried another battery to confirm what I've suggested I'd appreciate it if you return the favour by rating my answer.
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That model is famous for having bacterial contamination in the CRT coolant causeing halos, and dim pictures with bad overall color issues. You can look into the lens of the CRTs when the set is laying and if the coolant looks cloudy or has any growth there you will notice it right away, and changing the coolant will restore color, clarity and brightness.
Open up the back and look for coolant leaks in the CRT's. If you are curious as to what it is, it's the same type of stuff they use to make antifreeze. If you see something wet, it should feel slippery if you get it on your fingers and rub them together.