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This usually happens only when the camera is too cold for the CMOS to function properly. Try carrying the camera in an inside pocket until ready to take a photo. This has been my experience. I have no experience with this color change in any other situation.
Try taking pictures and download them to a computer. Check the colors and evaluate the quality compared to what you have seen in the LCD display. If the pictures are good and the colors seem to appear good on the computer, then some thing is either not adjusted correctly for the LCD or you may have a menu setting which is incorrect. Check all setting in the menus. Test the camera again, and see what the colors look like in the LCD display. If both the LCD display and the pictures on the computer are the same, then some problem exists in the camera, and may need fixing, or sell on a site such as Ebay for parts or repair as is.
The camera is a wonderful Kodak product and takes beautiful 8.5 Megapixel photographs. When you save the pictures to an SD card, you must at some point remove them digitally from the card. Either by linking it to the USB cable and going from there to your PC, OR by removing the SD card from the camera and inserting it into an SD card slot in your computer, printer, or card reader. Occasionally the card readers such as the ones in your PC, printer, or card reader devices do not connect properly and will only transfer part of the data, resulting in pink ugly lined photographs. This problem can be fixed by using the USB cable instead of the built in card readers in your other devices.
Symptoms shows its start-up of CCDImager problem in DSC-F717 and in few days, CCDImager will not give picture data to camera circuit.
CCDImager is part which converts image in electronic signal and that signal / data goes to camera circuit for further process.
Sony will repair CCDImager problem in DSC-F717 free of cost.
Check Sony CCDImager Support for details.
the electronic viewfinder on almost all digital cameras if even they got one is a tiny resolution screen or a mirror reflecting the bigger or smaller lcd screen. switch to your Lcd screen and see if colors are ok or still pink, also look at pictures you have taken. if ok the problem soly lies on the viewfinder which I have many cameras like it and come to think of it they looked aliittle pink too. the view finder helps you only in sunny conditions that you cant see your regular Lcd screen. and should be able to give you a good idea of what you are shooting.
pink in real digital colors means you lost some green . look through your menu and see if there is an adjustment for it if not and you cant live with it return for exchange.
I looked up the specs and would love this camera.