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Green pics in Modes M and TV

. . . all of my settings were working perfectly and then "boom" when i tried using my M and TV modes no matter what i changed - shutter speed, white balance, etc. . . . my pics still are "BRIGHT NEON GREEN".

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    One word - SWEET!! Thank you very much that was exactly what it was - who would of thought it was something that easy.



    Thank you again!!!

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Check and see what type of lighting is selected. (Tungsten etc.) Adjust and see if that makes a difference.

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