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Pink skys My pictures when downloaded are coming out pink , mainly where the sky is.

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Re: pink skys

This problem is generally caused by a failure in the image sensor. Canon has an active recall for many powershot models which covers this failure free of charge. Check the support section of their website for further information.

Posted on Jun 16, 2007

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