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Blueish pictures While taking the picture, it looks true to its color, but once it is taken it looks bluish. How do I fix this.

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First thing to do is reset all your settings to default, consult your manual for instructions on how to do this. Your "white balance" may be set improperly for the conditions you are shooting under. If that does not work then comment here and I will advise further. David Millier Advance Camera Repair

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