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Red Eye 90% of pictures taken with the DSC-T200 display red eye. I have tried all red eye settings etc.. and cant seem to resolve. It is almost impossible to get a clean close up shot without red eye. Any ideas or suggestions would be greatly appreciated. Thank You.

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  • Gert-313 Oct 31, 2008

    I have the same problem with red eye on my Sony T200. I have had it for a few months now and it seems to be getting worse. Can't take a picture without having the red eye problem. I take too many pix to have to fix each of them individually.

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I have a suggestion,

you can use Picasa2 to get rid of the red eye from your pics. however, this is installed on your computer and whenever you will take pictures, there will still be red eye. Picasa2 is very easy to use and you can get rid of the red eye in only matter of seconds.

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