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When looking at the LCD screen..

There appears to be rainbow colors on everything that is white. I've tried adjusting the white balance and the contrast, nothing seems to work. Any ideas?

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  • Anonymous May 09, 2008

    Yes Boss iam also facing the same prblm. kindly provide the solution?

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This appears to be a component fault. Contact Seller[if still under warranty] or Polaroid for a replacement

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Color amount is labeled "Color"

Both are in the "picture" adjustments menu.

Either your tint is swung too far to red, or the color setting is wide open making normally pink faces look sunburned...likely it's a combination of the two; Too much red, and a bit too much color.

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