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Re: Picture blinks then gets lighter then darker
Good Day, freden899;
Your 2000 unit may be experiencing fluid on the PCB's (printed circuit boards). Does the pic blank or flicker?
In either case I would say your TV is sick and that you need to see an Authorized Service Center DR. Always ask for an estimate before any repairs are performed.
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Plasma screens are extremely susceptible to getting broken from any impacts to the face of the screen. What you are describing sound very much like distorted or dead pixels. It may not be a fixable issue, you may have to replace the entire unit or live with the purple bar. The reason you don't notice it as much when the screen is dark is because purple is on the darker end of the spectrum, and will be most visible in contrast to lighter ad brighter colors.
It is mostly due to changing the exposure compensation. You can change it from +2 ....0 ....... -2. +2 Makes it Brighter while -2 makes it darker... On the back of the camera you will see an OK button surrounded by a disk that on the right side shows [+/-]. You use this to change exposure compensation. When you get the camera READY to take a photo you can use that [+/-] button. When you push it you can adjust it to zero (o) normal or to make it lighter or darker.
The build in flash, will be useful within several meters (15 to 20 feet) if it is really dark.
Your camera should be capable of taking pictures in poor light conditions. Try to shoot in automatic mode. The mode dail to AUTO. (green camera symbol). Then view the picture with info. There you can see the ISO, Aperture and shutter time. From there you can experiment for darker or lighter pictures. For this you can choose M, A,S or P.
In each of these modes, you can use the following steps.
On top of the camera, close to the shutter release button you see a little knob with a +/- sign. If you press that button, you should see a 0.
If you see a - figure, this means the picture you shoot all be darker than normal. If you see a + sign with a figure it means the picture will be brighter. While pressing that button and turning the command dail, you can choose -3 to +3 EV. That is much darker and much brighter.
If you shoot many pictures in bad light conditions, you could buy an external flash. A Nikon flash will work very good and automatic, with your camera, because camera and flash will communicate and help each other to make better pictures. Cheaper external flashes can work too, but most of the time you must change settings manual on the flash. Never use old flashes, that were build for analog cameras. They sometimes switch with a voltage higher than your camera can handle. The camera can be damaged by such a flash.
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my old television had the same problem, or rather my uncles television. to fully get rid of this, you may need to replace your light drive, but otherwise, we fixed it by changing the angle of the tv so that the darker or lighter side was less of the tv.