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Odd colors in picture

When taking pictures the color is not right, it looks like sepia and sometimes is like a pink color.
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Sometimes when using digital cameras and taking pictures of the sun, it can mess up the CCD in the camera. No reset will fix this, repair

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This is likely a problem with some settings with your camera, or some damage to your lens. I personally haven;t used one of these camera's but if you can check the settings look for things like color, hue, tint, etc. If it is not a settings issue, you may want to consider having an electronics store take a look at it to check the lens for damage.

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Oops, it looks like you have a couple of annoying problems with your Kodak camera.

Is your camera still in warranty by where you bought it (30 days) or the manufacturer (1 year)?

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To remedy the problem, take the new camera back.

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Video and color.


The ViviCam does not record audio with video. You can add a soundtrack using video editing software on a computer, but not on the camera.

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Press MENU to display the menu, then select the Shooting menu.

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Take a look under "Shooting Menu" in your manual. It's on page 32 in my copy.

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When looking through the display screen the picture has a pink tinge. When reviewing the pictures they're definately pink in colour, especially the blues.


Try taking pictures and download them to a computer. Check the colors and evaluate the quality compared to what you have seen in the LCD display.
If the pictures are good and the colors seem to appear good on the computer, then some thing is either not adjusted correctly for the LCD or you may have a menu setting which is incorrect. Check all setting in the menus.
Test the camera again, and see what the colors look like in the LCD display.
If both the LCD display and the pictures on the computer are the same, then some problem exists in the camera, and may need fixing, or sell on a site such as Ebay for parts or repair as is.

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The regular color is pink


ur CCD is going BAD u shud contact Kodak for the problem they might do it free i had same problem in my Fuji S5000 all pink shades in pictures , in sepia and black and white there are no multiple colors so u cant see the full performance of CCD becoz they are one or two colors only , pls contact Kodak they will do it free ask them about bad ccd see link and PLS RATE ME WELL !

http://www.imaging-resource.com/badccds.html

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It sounds like the sepia tone is most likely caused by the tungsten lights in a regular room. Without flash, the only source of illumination indoors is artificial light (unless window light is dominant). There is a way to color balance the camera to approximate sunlight through the manual settings. Look in the menus for "white balance". You'll need to take the camera off of the fully automatic settings first. Move the cursor up or down while looking at the image and you will see the color shift. when you find a color balance you like for that particular room's lighting conditions, hit the OK to lock it in the activated position. Remember to go back to "auto" white balance for most shooting, especially outdoors, or everything will take on a wierd color cast.

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u try only ur option, remove ur battary long time and reset ur battery

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Distorted color on image


You might have "color filter" settings. Turn the digital filters off. Here is what manual at p72 says. "You can take pictures using digital filters. The filters consist of color filters such as red, blue and green, a soft filter that produces a fuzzy effect. Color filters Eight colors, black-and-white, sepia, red, pink, violet, blue, green and yellow, are provided for the color filters. When you select a color filter in the Digital Filter mode, the display on the LCD monitor is filtered with the selected color, and the pictures are taken in that color."

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