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All my pictures are pinkish , no matter what settings I have on,

I have tried every white balance setting ...

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CCD problem u cant help it u haveto get it replacthat pls get a quote from service centre or get a new one after this pinkish period it will be completely off and blank photos will soon follow

Posted on Feb 25, 2009

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