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Saturation of unrealistic color

I have a problem that has developed and ruined many photo ops. For some reason many pictures have color over satuation, (greens, reds and blues) making it look unnatural. I first noticed the problem about 6 months ago when some of the pictures blue offset from the pictures. Now some of the pictures show green in sunlight. I've tried resetting the white balance, but nothing seems to help.

Posted by Phil Cruikshank on

  • Phil Cruikshank Mar 13, 2007

    Here is an example of the problem.

  • cmlove Nov 30, 2007

    I have same camera with same problem. Color balance is messed up in same way. I am looking for a master reset if there is one.

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It is definite CCD chip problem. If you are within warranty period, send it back quick. They probably replace with other unit because the parts are not available for the product. Good luck.

Posted on Mar 15, 2007

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