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Doreen Mercer Posted on May 27, 2007
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Powershot A70 pictures have pink tinge

My Camera as suddlenly started to produce pictures with a pink/purple tinge. Can I do anything to rectify this, I am quite a novice so can you explain simple instructions thanks

  • Doreen Mercer May 27, 2007

    Hi Jackboy

    Thanks for your reply, the pink tinge is on the prints and computer screen.

    Any help would be very much appreciated.

    Mitzi

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Mine use tohave thesame problem, and it goes away with a litle shake o presure in the up left corner of the screen. It become worst and worst as time goes by, and was coz a false contact on the ccd. SOme times the picture goes to all stripes. Take it to the service shop. LALO

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No, Im afraid I also have this problem after the wife dropped our camera. I think its the result of a damaged/poor connection somewhere in the camea.

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When you say produce a pink tinge do you mean on the view screen on the back or through the viewfinder or on prints or an the computer screen? go into more detail if you please

  • Anonymous May 28, 2007

    The pink caste colud be a camera fault and for this you need to go to the Canon Technical Support team on thier website.
    It might result in a new camera from then if it turns out to be faulty,

    Do you use an image editor?
    A simple editor will correct any colour problem how ever causes once learn to use.
    For a free basic one Google 'Picasa'
    and download and install it.
    May tack a little bit of learning, but well worth the effort.

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your settings are wrong on the brightness and contrast

some of the power shots set up by using KELVINS as the method of balancing the warmth or coolness of a picture. Others have a setting for OUTSIDE Inside Halogen and fluro If its set on halogen and you are taking pics outside it will have a red tinge.

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check the manual for the right selections

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