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Digital camera When I take pictures they seem to have a lot of blue in them. For instance grass is greenish blue instead of green. Is there a way to adjust the color? Without the flash pictures are to dark and if I use the flash inside it washes out faces. When I take the photos into photoshop I can adjust the colors but the washed out faces are still there. Most of the pictures are blurry. Is there a solution for this? Is there a solution for this or do I chalk it up to a cheap camera?

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Normally that happen in the cameras when we take out one filter that is fitted between the CCD and the Lens, maybe on that camera is just don´t exist and depending on the light the image changes.

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