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My pictures a\have a very noticable purplis/green cast across parts of the image. Does not seem to be as noticable on all images.

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I HAVE A OLYPUS FE-300. I NEED TO DOWN LOAD SOFTWARE FOR IT, OTHERWISE, I CAN CHARGE MY BATTERY, CAN YOU HELP

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