Question about Canon Cameras
This is probably "exposure compensation" but is not white balance. The exposure compensation may be set at a high value like +2. You can set it at 0 for best results. It will appear as a scale from +2 to 0 to -2. Try making sure your camera is on regular Auto mode and this problem should not happen.
If you are using the camera in Auto mode and are still having this bad of results, there is some more serious problem with the camera and you'd need to send it in for repair/recalibration.
Posted on Mar 12, 2011
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