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Green Pictures I try to take pictures of my tv screen but the pictures appear very green. Any idea what the problem is?

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Depending on the tv that you have and how the image is translated on the screen can cause problems some times tring diffrent settings on you camera can make the image look better. Try setting the camera in indoor or firework mode. it helps on my TV.

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