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What is the camera sensitivity range of this model?

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The DiMAGE Z3 sensitivity can be set to Auto, ISO 50, 100, 200, and 400. When Auto is selected, one control in the range of ISO 50-200 is assigned accordingly

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How do you adjust the sensitivity?

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What is the relation of lense maximum apertures and camera settings?

You have not stated which model camera body you have so I can only give you general Nikon information. There is a range over which the automatic settings will work for each camera. In addition, Nikon bodies have multiple sensitivity ranges. On the D90 for example, go into the "Shooting Menu" and open the "ISO sensitivity settings." You will see "maximum sensitivity" and "minimum shutter speed" menus along with the "ISO sensitivity auto control" options. Turn off the auto control option and manually set the maximum (ISO) sensitivity and minimum shutter speed. Also, the Shooting Menu also has "High ISO NR" settings that can be used to accommodate most lighting situations. You need to look in your camera's manual for all the details. The Nikon website has manuals available for all the Nikon products.
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Hi when ever i take pictures inside they always seem to be blurred unless i use the flash

Perfectly normal. Indoors there's much less light than there is under the sun. One way to compensate for this is to use the flash. This is limited in range, and will not work well if you have two (or more) subjects at different ranges.

Another way to compensate is to leave the shutter open longer to collect more light. This causes blurring if the subject is moving. It can also lead to blurring if the camera is moving, as it inevitably will if you're holding it in your hand.

Another way is to open up the aperture, letting in more light. Some exposure modes favor this, while others do the opposite. A related method is to use a faster lens, if your camera accepts interchangeable lenses. Since you didn't bother to specify the make and model of your camera, I can't tell you what modes you may have available, or any lens choices.

Another possible way to compensate is to increase the ISO sensitivity, so that the image can be made with less light. Again, without knowing what camera you have, I can't give you much details.
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When i capture a pic in day light than picture will come faded and when i capture in night it comes nice one my camera model is exilim ex z60

make sure the camera's settings are set to normal, since, the lens might be sensitive to daylight. You can actually change this at the settings, and, you said that it works fine at night or at dark areas? Yeah, the lens could be sensitive to bright lights! Simply adjust the sensitivity and you're all set!
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Lens won't retract and now the screen flashes and then is black. Is it repairable for less than buying a new one in the $300 range?

I had a camera that got sand in the lens and it had a problem similar to this. Those lenses are sensitive and once you jam one it's pretty hard to fix. It would probably cost less for a new camera, and hey, it's always a good excuse to upgrade ;)
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Image quality when manually

High or Normal settings are selectable with the DiMAGE E201 for camera sensitivity. Normal is almost equivalent to ISO 85 and high is almost equivalent to ISO 340. High is useful under dark conditions as the flash range increases (0.6 to 5m), but noise increases with sensitivity as electric signal is more amplified, which may result in coarse image. Please select the rating that best suits your purpose.
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What are the available ISO rating for the DiMAGE A200?

The DiMAGE A200 sensitivity can be set to Auto, ISO 50, 100, 200, 400, and 800. When Auto is selected, the camera automatically controls the sensitivity within the range of ISO 50-200.
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What are the available ISO rating for the DiMAGE A2?

The DiMAGE A2 sensitivity can be set to Auto, ISO 64, 100, 200, 400, and 800. When Auto is selected, the camera automatically controls the sensitivity within the range of ISO 64-200.
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What is the range shutter speed?

The DiMAGE A2 controls shutter speed in the range of 30 sec. to 1/4000 sec. in 1/3 increments. (at bulb maximum 30 sec.) The speed, 1/4000 sec. is controlled only when the aperture is f5.6 or over in P and A mode. The highest speed in S and M mode is 1/2000 sec. The lower range depends on the set camera sensitivity. ISO800: 4 sec., ISO400: 8 sec., ISO200: 15 sec., ISO100 and ISO64: 30 sec.
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