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Pictures have a purple hue to them Cyber-Shot DSC-P52

When I take a picture, there is an overall purple hue to the pictures giving them an untrue colour. Any suggestions?

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    Just about every picture I take has a purple hue in the background

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I suspect that the color is fine in the screen, if that’s true I would check the “White Balance.” This control is use to compensate for different light sources. The electronics will respond different for sunny or cloudy days and for incandescent or fluorescent lamps. I suspect that it was taken out of AUTO mode. I find that AUTO works well for most people in most situations.
Select photo or movie mode press menu, select WB, select AUTO.

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