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Color is off

When I look through the LCD, the coloring looks like a cross between black and white and sepia, although it is in color mode. (I have checked and double checked several times)  I have taken pictures anyway, and the color is bad off (kind of brownish with a hint of color).  I don't see a solution in the menu setup for this problem.  Please advise!! Thanks!

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Re: color is off

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