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The exposure (ISO, Aperture, shutter speed) looks okay. The problem is AWB doesn't match the white balance you chose (or vice versa). Try taking a picture with each available WB mode that's not obviously wacky (aquarium?) to figure out which one most closely matches what the camera chose. You'll have to double check every time the lighting changes. Often ...


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How a camera computes what color temperature and white balance correction to use when set to 'Auto White Balance' is almost as varied as the number of camera models. Although I've never seen an example of such, it would even be theoretically possible for two cameras that are the same model to render different AWB if running different firmware versions and ...


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This is only a partial answer, but echoing what xiota said in the comments, what you're doing (learning the camera, playing around with manual modes, manual white balance, trying to understand how the camera makes auto mode selections) is an absolute good thing. Experimentation is great. Now that your first experiments reveal to you that your ability to ...


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