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How can i reduce the Red eye in W35 ?

Most of the pictures taken have Red eye, and they look horrible.
How to avoid this ?


Please Help me.......

-VSM

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  • Sony-VIJAY May 26, 2008

    Hi joshdakewl,



    Thanks for a solution. But the problem is still there.

    I had already set teh Red eye reduction to "ON", but still its of No use. I still get pictures with red eyes...



    Any other solution ?. I had also used Picassa to solve this., but did not help me......

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Press menu and go 2 camera and go down 2 red eye reduction then turn it on

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