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Sony Mavica MVC-FD75 Digital Camera pictures taken come out as colour negatives

Help! my sony mavica, old as it is, has started to produce photos in colour negative form only - it takes a photo fine and i can view them back on the camera okay too - however - when i come to view them on my pc they come out in bright colourful negative format and distort the image too - i am desparate for some advice on this and to possible solutions, if any - and hope that someone, somewhere can help me - thank you

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If you can use the LCD to take a photo and then use the LCD to review it later then the fault can't be with the camera. Have you tried checking the photos on another computer? Maybe your software is corrupt and needs uninstalling and then reinstalling again. Actually, from memory this camera has a few effects and one of them could be a negative. Check that you haven't switched the effect on by mistake. You'll find it in the camera's menu. What's causing the distortion I'm not sure.

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