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Canon Rebel pictures in red tint

I just got the Canon EOS Rebel XSI, brand new out of the box. When I take pictures (in all modes, manual, automatic, etc.) the pictures have a red tint to them. I changed the white balance settings, and all other settings, but the pictures still have a red tint no matter what I do. When I turn off the camera and turn it on, the first picture is normal. Then the remaining pictures have the red tint. Any thoughts?

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Sounds like a defect in the imager. Take it back asap

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Take it back to where you bought it and get them to replace it or fix it under the guarantee.

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