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Indoor Shots Hi I have Premier Dc-4311 4 megapixels camera. Outdoor shots No Problem, Indoor Shots. Colour " orangey " and out of focus. What can be problem I could send photo as attachment ??

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Try to adjust the mode in which you are taking the snaps....like NORMAL,DYNAMIC,USER,ETC

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My outdoor shots always seem washed out with blueish tones. How do I fix this?


Appears that the f stop on your camera is not working properly with the result that your outdoor shots are overexposed. Could be the f stop motor, the photo cell reading lite level, etc. Definitely a job for a pro.

Might cost a fortune to repair so might be advisable to cut losses and get new camera since parts and labor on those devices are costly.

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i installed 3 set new battery.but screen is not show.

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Outdoor shots are blue


Hey VickylnStL,
What I believe is going on is your white balance setting has been set to incandescent light which on your camera is a light bulb. For outdoor shots you should have the camera set to auto white balance, or have the white balance symbol set to the sun icon or the cloud icon depending on the conditions outside. I hope this helps!

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I need advice on how to take Ice-hockey action pics...


Pictures get blurred because of several reasons:

Low shutter speed - occurs in low lightning conditions.
Auto focus not focused - occurs when pressing the shutter button all the way without waiting for the auto focus ready signal (green box)

To speed up the shutter do the following:
In Camera menu-Quality- Set ISO 100 for outdoor, ISO 400 indoor.

To avert focus problems, set camera menu-Rec- Focus-Infinity, Rec-Quick shutter-On

Hope that helps.

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Bad focus on half of pictures taken


If you cannot find a solution to your problem you may want to email fixityourself@gmail.com. He has good advice and good used parts at a fair price.

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