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When I shoot videos, they sometimes come out in black and white

Sometimes, when I play back my video, the image has been recorded in black and white.  Is there a mode I'm accidentally pushing that is causing this?

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That is true maybe you accidentally change the settings. or you set the camera to ntsc or pal use either way.

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