Question about Canon Cameras
Try manually setting the ISO speed to 100. Sometimes on Auto ISO the camera chooses a high speed that reduces colors. Or you can try adjusting the exposure with the EV button - set to a lower setting like -1 or -1 1/2.
Posted on Nov 27, 2008
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