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THE PICTURE TAKEN WITH FLASH IS ALWAYS MORE ON PINK COLOR

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This is imbalance of the white balance of the camera. If there is no fault with outdoor shots then the CCD does not compensate the high intensity flash specially when bounced closer.
Set the camera manually to outdoor high brightness and test.
If the pink seems to come back irrespecitve of any of the settings the CCD circuitry is faulty.

Posted on Sep 17, 2010

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SOURCE: Pink Edges in Photos

It is called 'purple fringing' or chromatic aberration. It is quite common with digital cameras, especially those with small sensors. Sending the camera in for repair would not help at all. It can be removed, quite labouriously, in photoshop. Usually it is very seldom so obvious that it would require corrective work. When it is, it is often only in a small part of the image making it not that time consuming to fix in photoshop.

Posted on Sep 14, 2005

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SOURCE: blurred and pink pictures

CCD sensor faulty ( it starts with 'noisy' picture and ends with no image whatsoever ). The sensor should be replaced free of charge since properly manufactured one should last you 15 + years.

Posted on Sep 03, 2007

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SOURCE: I'm noticing all my pictures have a pink hue to it, and pink bar on top

Hello,,,
Your Canon A80 has problem of defective CCD Imager Sensor and this part need to be replaced.
Good news is that Canon will replace CCD Imager free of cost as per announced free of cost repair scheme.
Click on Canon CCD Advisory for details how to obtain free repair facility.
Good Luck....

Posted on Nov 06, 2008

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SOURCE: Overall pink cast and pink stipe at top of all images taken.

the pictures not clearly in the lcd. It is like pink or white colour

Posted on May 04, 2009

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SOURCE: pink hue to all photographs taken on screen and print

You may just have the white level set wrong or the camera in the wrong mode than what you are epecting.
You should be able to reset or set that from the setup menu.

Posted on Mar 23, 2010

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