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I have purchased a Sony HX100v. Can any one give me a review about its photography results? Till I am not more explore it. One thing I noticed about it was the color. Colors are brighter than actual object and the camera added more red tone. Why does this happen? Any ideas?

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Each brand has his "style". Even if everithing is the same pictures taken with two different cameras look different. I think that Sony focus more on pretty looking colors than on "realistic" colors. –  Paolo Mar 14 '12 at 10:32
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This is a question where a sample image would help us determine the causes of your results. For results others are getting with the same model, a Flickr search should give plenty of samples.

Without seeing any of your images, the usual suspects are

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Also, isn't red one of those colours that confuses metering sensors? I can't recall specific details but remember a bit of a fuss being made when the Canon 7D came out about its new iFCL metering, which handled reds better... –  Mike Mar 14 '12 at 8:35
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