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Colour On recent photographs there's a distinct green tinge, particularly noticeable on outdoor shots. I can correct this in an editor, usually by reducing the green a little and increasing the blue level. The green tinge seems to be consistent, not just occasional photos. I can't find any obvious way of dealing with this in the camera manual, unless the white balance can be used to remedy it. I notice there's a footnote: 'The colour tones may vary somewhat depending on the shooting conditions.' However, it doesn't suggest that Auto mode should cause any problem for outdoor photos taken in good light or sun.

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Re: colour

This sounds like it might be a defective CCD imager. If so, Fuji should fix this for you for free. This is regardless of your camera's warranty status. Please check the following two links for more info:

Applicable cameras include:
F303, F410, and F700

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Unless you tell it otherwise, your camera sets its colour profile based on the colours as seen under natural daylight. If you are using artificial light, the colours will actually be different. Tungsten lighting gives a a yellow/orange colour and fluorescent tends more towards the green. You need to find the White Balance control in your camera's menu and set it for the lighting in your scene. IF you have several differnet types of light, then you might need to work on the image in a photo editing package such as Photoshop or PS Elements.

Search Google for articles on lighting colour casts.

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In extreem light conditions, never use the camera in auto. Only when the camera offers scene mode for that condition, you could use that.

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You can quickly locate all the places in the manual that mentions white balance by clicking on the binoculars icon and typing "white balance" (no quotes) and clicking search.

I hope this helps & good luck!

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PHOTOGRAPHING WATCHES Hello, I collect Swatch watches (approx 300 now) and want to set up an online catalog with 2 shots of each watch, one of the complete watch and a close up of the watch face...

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This is called "white balance"-- the indoor lights have a bit of a yellowish tint, while sunlight has more of a blue tint.
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If this bothers you, why not do what the pros do...use a card reader to transfer the pics.

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The only recommendation is to correct the colour balance in a photo editor in your computer Come back here if you do not know about photo editing. As far as the camera is concerned there is no remedy as far as I can see -its old age time for a new one Repair is not an option.

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