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Pictures have cyan color cast

Recently my pictures from my Minolta Dimage A2 have been coming out with a cyan color cast. I can adjust the color in my computer to get acceptable results but it is very time consuming and the pictures are never as good as they used to be. I have looked through the troubleshooting section in the manual (weak!) but I can't seem to fugure it out. Any ideas? mh

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Check your "white balance" (WB) setting.Try setting to "auto" and see if you get the same results shooting outdoors on a sunny day. If you do, the camera is in need of repair, if you do not, you need to buy a book on digital photography to supplement your manual.

Posted on May 11, 2007


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Good Afternoon,
Because Konica Minolta no longer exists in the photographic industry, many of their support channels have been filtered over to Sony Corporation, who was the purchasing agent of their photography division.
Below is a link to where you can download an English manual for your DiMage A2:
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