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Blue pictures I originlly posted a problem wrongly. pictures on a night are great but pictures during the day are all blue. do you know what setting I need it on to take pictures outside in the daytime so they are not all blue. thanks Maria

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Hi maria,

first how did you take a picutre during daytime ? try the auto setting on the camera , perhaps you have it now in the night mode and that may cause your problem

Posted on May 05, 2008

  • Norm Fasoletos Jul 27, 2012

    I have tried all the settings for daytime pictures, however, my pictures always have a blue tint to them. Colors are not vivid

  • Norm Fasoletos Jul 27, 2012

    anyone have any ideas....

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