Question about HP Photosmart R707 Digital Camera
After a whale-watching trip, my r707's pictures all show a green tint to any photo that has green in the subject matter. I've tried the 11 point trouble-shooting check in the camera's software and it says: everything is A-ok. I suspect the salt air might have somehow damaged the circuitry. It's been a very good camera, and I hate to scrap it. Even when I look at subjects that have green in them through the image screen, I see a green tinge to the scene. Is there anyway to reload the firmware to correct this? Thank you
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Posted on Jan 01, 2008
It probably takes good pictures in the dark, with the flash, right?
Very likely the CCD sensor is broken. Try to contact HP if they issued a recall for the faulty sensor.
Posted on Jan 28, 2010
SOURCE: memory card
To transfer the photos, connect directly SD card to your PC through a card reader.
Try to reset your HP R707 camera: remove the battery and press the reset switch for about 5 seconds. Reinsert the battery.
Posted on Jan 29, 2010
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