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Digimax 240 photos have suddenly started to have a blue tinge all over them.

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  • valiket Nov 18, 2008

    same problem - blue tinge (not wanted)...

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Check the color/light settings on your camera, and reset it to auto to get it back to normal. Changing this setting to tungsten or fluorescent forces your color to shift, but is clearly not what you want at this point.

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