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Click on the Menu button on your monitor and adjust the temperature. Change it upward. A low temp, like 5000K, will have that sepia like color. Increase it to around 9300K, and it'll be more bluish. Post back how it works out .
The SP 800UZ doesn't have a black-and-white or sepia mode. You can convert a color picture to black-and-white or sepia by editing the picture on the camera. Full details are in the "Edit" section of the manual (page 38 in my copy). If you need a manual, you can download one from the manufacturer's web site at
In general, you're better off converting to black-and-white or sepia using photo editing software on a computer rather than doing it on the camera. The computer will give you much better control over things like brightness and contrast.
ur CCD is going BAD u shud contact Kodak for the problem they might do it free i had same problem in my Fuji S5000 all pink shades in pictures , in sepia and black and white there are no multiple colors so u cant see the full performance of CCD becoz they are one or two colors only , pls contact Kodak they will do it free ask them about bad ccd see link and PLS RATE ME WELL ! http://www.imaging-resource.com/badccds.html
well i can suggest a very simple solution for problem. Follow the video to create a sepia http://video.about.com/graphicssoft/Sepia-tone-look-in-photoshop.htm after that merge all the layers. Now add the original picture in you work and place it at the back of the Sepia Layer. Carefully erase the flower in the Sepia Layer and as you do this the flower from the original picture will show its original colors.
you camera is experiencing CCD image sensor failure, very common problem with Canon cameras, Canon offer free repair, follow this link: http://www.usa.canon.com/consumer/controller?act=PgComSmModDisplayAct&fcategoryid=221&modelid=10462&keycode=2112&id=29819