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Exilim ex-v7 There is a pink/reddish glow on the screen after I take a picture, not in black and white, and it prints on the pictures too.

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  • ROBERT39 May 05, 2008

    Just noticed the discolor on the left side of the picture, but not all the time. It came about the same time I get the notice of Camera Stabilizer is not available. Which does not allow me to take pictures.

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You need to send your camera in. This is something that can't be fixed at home. Call repairs at 800-706-2534 option 2 and they can tell you where to send it.

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