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Colors off For some reason all of my pictures have either a green or pink tint to them. I've changed all of the settings I could think of, but all they do is change the shade of the tint. Has anyone else had this problem?

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The CCD that senses the picture is faulty. If you are not highly skilled,may be you can change the whole PCB with CCD. If need be we can send this part to you. Pl.let us know.

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