Question about Casio Cameras
The settings, according to what you've said, might be the problem. You didn't say how new the camera was or if its been damaged before, so if that is the problem, i can't help. However, it sounds like your white balance may be preset to flash mode. Maybe if you messed around with the menu you accidentally set this. The specifics of menu navigation are unknown to me, but some of the usual settings in white balance are Auto, Daylight, Tungsten, Fluorescent, and/or open shade. If you are wanting to just set forget it, I would suggest going with Auto. Otherwise, with a little studying, you can improve photos a lot by picking the right white balance. If you have no clue where to find this, your manual should be able to direct you toward that menu.
Here is two links that you might be interested in. The first one is pretty basic but should give you an idea of what to do with your white balance. The second one goes more into the theory behind it. It is quite technical but a good read if you can digest it.
Hope that fixes the problem your having. If not, maybe some more information can go a long way to finding someone that can help.
Posted on Jun 26, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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