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GREEN DEATH - Every thing you see is dark green...

I don't know for what reason the pictures taken from my camera have green effect... Believe me it makes u look like Hulk... Even when I use it as a webcam its same the output on screen is all green image... Sometimes it becomes normal sharp pictures but last only for a second... I had the same problem in my earlier PC CAM 350 which I had to throw away for same poblem and now this one is giving me same problem again... any solutions please help... jammy796 at yahoo dot com

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If you are sure you are in automatic mode, the green camera logo on the top dial, your pictures have to be correct.
The exposure compensation should not be available in automatic, so that can't be the reason. (if you are in automatic)
The only thing you could look for, is the exposure metering. There you can chose 3 modes, and I do advise to chose Multi-pattern (should be default) because then not only the centre is measured.
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The reason the camera has the green light is not to warn that the flash is off. The green light is used to help the camera auto-focus in low light situations. If you disable auto-focus and use manual focus the green light should not flash when taking the picture. Let me know if that helps!

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Remove the batteries...

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I have green shade in my pictures


kr77,
First you can adjust the images that have been taken in one of many software programs available and you may even have one if it came with your camera, if you have Photoshop Elements you can open the images and color correct them, if you or someone you know that has the Full version of Photoshop you can really make serious adjustments and corrections, providing of course how good a friend they are and if they are willing to help you out. Even if the card sat around for a couple of years it shouldn't affect the images. The green cast thing with the flash is really dependent on what type of camera you are using and if it's the built-in flash or an add-on flash unit on a DSLR camera, can you provide alittle more info so I can help you further?
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