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On my FZ200 all my pics have a blueish haze, in every programme mode except Auto.

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You need to check your white balance setting

Posted on Sep 24, 2017

  • David Neville
    David Neville Sep 24, 2017

    Thank you Tony. WB is always on auto but I must have touched the button. All is well now. Big Thankyou's.

  • Tony Parsons
    Tony Parsons Sep 24, 2017

    Glad that helped - been there myself !!

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Your EEPROM is corrupted and needs to be reprogrammed. You need a EEPROM data corection tool. Part# LSUQ0100. It will come with instructions on how to restore your EEPROM data. Good luck.

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