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P72 movie mode probs

I have just bought a P72, partly because I heard everyone raving about its movie mode. However, I am finding that while the playback on the camera and thru the television is clear and bright, when I download the movie to the PC and use a movie player (Windows Media player, or the Sony Imaging one that came with the camera) the results are terrible. Orange tinged, blurry and VERY dark. What's going on ? what am I doing wrong ? Tks.

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It may be a problem with your codecs and/or filters. Try installing a different codecs pack.

Posted on Feb 21, 2007

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The only thing you missed, unfortunately is the camera you should've bought. The p72 is riddled with problems. Noisy high ISO shots, colours too hot, Vignetting and downright poor quality pictures compared to cameras with less Megapixels. A lot of people swear by them but they are usually people who've never owned any other camera. Those color casts and tinted shots are very offputting to someone with more scope in Digital cameras. I'm not totally condemning the p72 but there are many, many cameras of the same format which leave it for dead. BMW

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looks like there might be a spot or smudge on the lens. Try cleaning it even if you don't see anything. I had the same prob with my sister-in-laws' p72. All pictures in daylight had a glare. I told her to let me check it out and the first thing I saw was the lens was filthy. Hopefully this solves your problem.

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