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Camera has been working fine with no problems.
All of a sudden and in normal conditions the colour are appearing with tins and hues. The only way I can describe it is that its like looking at a 3D movie without the glasses.
Any help much appreciated.
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If you have an old crt television with a normal tube then your degaussing ptc thermistor could be defekt If an younger LCD television some components that possibly react on a inspection with a canister coldspray on some components get a service manual and search for the right basic power on the several service points from the power supply first. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=84tyJ6A1frg
appears to be power issue in the camera but you can try the lithium AA batteries that are located in the photo section of your stores... they are more powerful than regular AA batteries or else send to repair shop
I would have the camera looked at by an authorized service technician. You could bring it to a Geek Squad® precinct in one of our Best Buy™ stores, and an agent can look at the camera and if need be send it out for service.
Are you sure that the exposure setting of your camera is kept in 0 position?.. if it is in +ve compensation the image will get over exposed under normal lighting condition.
If exposure is set to 0 , you try to do a factory reset .
If this not solving your problem then it must be the problem with the camera firmware,get the new firmware updated from olympus.
all the best