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Indoor pictures My Sony Cybershot takes great outdoor pics, but the indoor pics are not coming out well. I have tried all the settings, and they come out either blurry or with a really yellow tone.

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Dear Kim

 

Sony Cybershot works on technology of where is checks the srround light, if light is fine (like in Sun or outside) phots are fine. solution to this either replace flash or put some big light on  while taking photos

 

thanks

Posted on Oct 21, 2007

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