I have an Medion camera for 2 years,until for now it was functioned perfectly,but now, after 2 minutes from starting the yellow colors suffer an distorsion (transfer) to blue-green.The photos maked after the warming up (this 2 Minutes)will be like described .
The problem seems to be in the part of the process of taking picture when the camera scans the scene for brightness, to correct exposure. Bright regions turn greeny blue when taken. Low light images are usually unaffected. The problem can be testes by waving a dark object in front of the camera just before shooting. This implies that the good image result (if over exposed) is not a faulty CCD. It seems that the camera has trouble determining the colour balance or white brightness and tries to compensate by post processing.
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You haven't stated which model of camera you posses, but from looking at their UK website it appears that they are all fixed-lens cameras, so I think it unlikely you could purchase just a replacement lens or an ancillary one. If the lens in your camera is non-functional, the best idea is to take it to a local service centre to see if it can be economically repaired.
For years, when I bought my Pen camera. Looks the same, but another brand, I became Ulead Photo Express, to upload and manage my pictures on my PC. My guess is you can use lots of programm's for that use. If you want a driver, you could try to download one from Medion, for their pen drive model MD 40323 Use the next link: Medion drivers use the MSN number 50009934
solution for XP users.
Use the medion driver (MD85081). go to their support pages and search for "webcam". http://www.medion.co.uk/
Once the driver is downloaded, remove the camera if connected.
DON'T CONNECT THE CAMERA BEFORE INSTALLING THE SOFTWARE!
Extract the software (default is c:/Medion folder),
Install the software.
Now you can connect the camera and it will acknowledge it.
Use the start/PC-30/Amcam program to test it. (use Amcam/Devices menu to select the camera)
Good Luck. AND HAPPY NEW YEAR