The majority of my pictures taken inside are dark in nature with an orangish tint. Close up pictures seem to be MUCH better than pictures taken 8-10 ft away. Outside pictures are the best. I have read through the manual and adjusted settings with no success. Any ideas on what the problem is?
In addition,the fact that your close-ups are better may be due to the fact that you have used the flash which gives off a white light.
You`ll find more info under light colour temprature in any good photography literature.
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Are you using specialised batteries? Kodak, among other brands, have AA batteries designed for digital camera use - the high intensity usage flattens normal batteries very quickly. They aren't much more expensive, but last a lot longer.