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Pictures come out weird

When i take a picture in a not so light area, the picture comes out yellowish. how do i fixed that?

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  • sweet2love Aug 11, 2007

    i tried that, even with flash the picture comes out a little yellowish

  • sweet2love Aug 11, 2007

    i tried that its still comes out the same, even when i take a picture with flash.

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Choose the picture quality to AUTO or LOW LIGHT setting. And make sure ur lense is clean (clear, no dust)

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