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Incorrect Colour Photos have suddenly appeared with incorrect colours, more pinks and blues, and are grainy. Brown things look particularly bad. Outside and sunlit photos are mainly white. Video images are OK! I have set everything to Auto and EV to +0. Any ideas what is causing this?

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