Yeah, I could. I guess my point is...I'd rather have a camera that can record the color correctly than to have to go through all that extra hassle tweaking on different spots of a photo (or 20 photos!) to make it look right. Supposed it was a photo of an oncidium in bloom and the flower color was off? I ain't gonna mask 30 flowers and color correct each one. lol :P
Of course, I gotta find the money for the camera first. Til then, I'll have to live with incorrect color and blurry close ups and tweak 'em as best I can. [img]http://www.**********.com/iB_html312/non-cgi/emoticons/sad.gif[/img] Don't get me wrong...its been a great little camera and I've taken some good photos with it. But I just need something better now as all the constant "tweaking" takes too much time.