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Monitor problem When I look at the monitor, the colors are not true and the image is distorted around the edges- The camera sustained no trauma- had always taken great pictures... any ideas? I sent an email direct to Olympus but they have not responded...

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I would check you display settings. Sounds like your monitor can't handle the resolution of your pictures.

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