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Re: images tinted red
Check to see if your controls are set to a specific lighting situation (rather than auto). If so, the camera is trying to compensate for the temperature of the light you have it set to. If this is not the problem, you may have a bad sensor and could require a repair. DigiChick
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This is known problem of ccd imager failure in Canon A85 camera and ccd imager will be replaced to get correct live view to take pictures. Canon offers free of cost ccd imager replacement in A85 camera, click Canon CCD Imager Advisory for details. Thanks.
If camera shows previously taken pictures in playback mode and does notshow live view to take fresh pictures then it is ccd imager chipfailure. CCD imager will be replaced in your Canon A80 camera. Canon offers free of cost ccd imager replacement, click Canon CCD Imager Advisory for details.
The short answer to your question is "Yes, but it is not recommended".
The D80 has a number of in-camera settings where you can add a Warm filter to images in your camera. This will sort of remove the blue tint by adding an orange feel to your images.
However, the above will be a very tedious process if you have a lot of pictures. Also, the quality of your pictures will deteriorate if you do this in-camera.. plus you will not see the damage in the small LCD.
Therefore, I recommend you download your pictures to a computer and use an editing program like Aperture or Photoshop to change the tint/modify the white balance of your pictures. Some programs like Lightroom or Adobe Bridge will allow you to do changes to multiple pictures at the same time.
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Goes into the distorted images you describe, explains why it fails, what it looks like and how to fix it.
While the images actually look cool it's a real drag when it happens to your camera!
Other things that happen is the images do not appear, or show with a magenta hue, or green tint.
Hi, It is problem of bad CCDImager in DSC-T1 and that part would be replaced for correct live view to take picture. Sony would repair DSC-T1 in bad CCDImager problem for Free of Cost. Please click Sony CCDImager Support for details. If you are in different country, let me know to guide you.
When CCD Imager Sensor in camera got defective, camera shows such tinted view. This part should be replaced to see normal view. Canon has issued CCD Advisory Notice for Canon camera and offers free of cost repair.Please see details at Canon CCD Advisory.