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Yellow pictures When I'm taking pictures from the camera the pictures turn out a yellow colour. ??? I have tried differant settings but still at night the pictures are yellow?

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If it is in proper colors in daylight, It has to be no FLASH, or a bad CD.

I assume both video and STILL pictures are the same.
Did you ever get good pictures??

colors can be SHIFTED in most DIGITAL photo programs, your pictures may be saved (able).

David

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Low light without a flash will always cause grainy pictures unless you have a very high end camera that can shoot at very high ISO speeds like 6400 and up.

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