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Color stinks in all modes. what can i do to fix it?

I need help with my d200. the color stinks all the time in almost all modes other then natural lighting with lots of yellow. Then the color is great. Other wise it's always cyan & looks under exposed. If it was film it would look like an under exposed negative printed. Cyan & no contrast. I've played with it a little & it looks better then it did but it still really stinks & I have lots of photo shop work to do after a photo shoot. I also have a d80 and that gets great color. I can take the same picture at the same settings & it looks so different.
Can you help me out here? My son is getting married June 28th -08 & I would love to use the camera.
Lisa

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    I have the same problem...It seems to be getting worse. On 'normal exposure', the colour is too flat and gray. On 'vivid' the colour is way to yellow and red.

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What color space are you using? sRGB or AdobeRGB? Would you have uploaded any custom color curves from your pc?

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