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2012-04-13 08:27 PM
I just bought an Xperia Active and I noticed now that it's night-time, whenever I take pictures with the flash in it, the preview or the focusing phase seem to have okay lighting then when the picture is finally shot, it gets a rather shade of green? It's pretty unpleasant to look at. Why is this happening?
2012-04-14 11:29 PM
Oops, it seems I just found the fix myself. For those who might find this an annoying problem as well, here's what I did;
Although I must wonder why such an option should be set when normally it shouldn't be a problem. I hope it's a software-related issue though and would hopefully be fixed soon. :/
Very much thanks to santam and slimshaddy for sticking with me through this thread.
2012-04-13 08:35 PM
Mmm....could you post you're picture here...it will be helpful....!! For me to understand...
2012-04-13 09:23 PM
Here's a picture of my leg that I took with the phone then transferred the image file to my laptop xD
And here's the picture of my phone's screen taken from my laptop's webcam.
As you can see, it's really green. :/
2012-04-14 03:45 PM
try taking pictures...in lighted condition.....post here..slimshaddy
he'll judge better than me...but i'll try my best....
is you're leg greenish....??????
2012-04-14 04:02 PM
2012-04-14 04:08 PM
looks bit greenish....
what was the setting...when you clicked with flash....was it on auto scene recognition...??????
2012-04-14 04:14 PM
Well normally when I take pictures like these, the area would just become brighter and not greener. Hence the reason I am using a flash. To brighten things up. I look forward ot your post.