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I have a samsung d73 and pictures are red?????

Everytime i take a shot it is either red or too bright please help

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This sounds to me like you have the picture "special effects" set to either "red" or "sepia".
To check whether the settings have been changed:
:switch on your camera in "auto" mode
:press "E" (located next to the top r-hand side of the screen)
:ensure that "normal" is selected (the top option)
I hope that this helps!

Posted on Jan 30, 2009

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