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I am having problems with fugi film superia 400 asa. I take a lot of wildflower pictures and the color yellow very often turns out mustard yellow or even orange. Any help for this situation?

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Ive got a fuji s6500fd and am having trouble with some lenses that ive got for it. the 5xmulti image lens looks crystal clear before i screw it to the camera but when i try to take pics the images really show up the contours of the lens and look naff - help!

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