Question about Panasonic Lumix DMC-FZ50K Digital Camera
THE CAMERA TAKES PICTURES WHICH ARE TOO GREEN IF THERE IS A PATCH OF BRIGHT GREEN GRASS IN THE FRAME.
I have an DMC-FZ7K. I had the exact same problem, here's how I solved it:
Turn on the camera. Set the mode dial to "P".
Now press the button labeled "MENU SET".
In the menu that comes up, scroll up and down until you find a menu item named "PICT.ADJ." When it is selected, press the right arrow button.
In the sub-menu for "PICT.ADJ", select the "SATURATION" item and change it to "standard" or "low". Press "MENU SET" to save the changes.
You should now see a difference in the next pictures you take.
Posted on Jul 09, 2008
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