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Negative/inverted pictures i dropped my camera and i tried to take a picture but the colors were inverted or negative! i went to my photo gallery and all the pictures were like that please help!!!

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If the images in the camera are inverted , then could mean repair or replacement is the remedy and I suspect only replacement will be the answer.
When you say Photo Gallery- do you mean as displayed in your computer after uploading?
If so then an image editor such Irfanview or Picasa will revert them.

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