1. Nonpareil's Avatar
    if you're unlucky enough to be a smoker... use your video camera, turn on the front camera and seenif your cigarette cherry is blue like mine was. glad i stopped smoking, but why is it blue?
    01-02-12 12:28 AM
  2. rotorwrench's Avatar
    if you're unlucky enough to be a smoker... use your video camera, turn on the front camera and seenif your cigarette cherry is blue like mine was. glad i stopped smoking, but why is it blue?
    Cuz that ain't tobacco you're smoking dude
    01-02-12 12:45 AM
  3. Nonpareil's Avatar
    lol. I guess.
    01-02-12 12:57 AM
  4. snowindec9's Avatar
    thought u meant use the pb camera as a lighter to lit the cigarette lol. post a pic of the cherry blue cigarette anyway.
    01-02-12 01:01 AM
  5. pelletizer's Avatar
    Did something CRACK the lens?
    01-02-12 07:45 AM
  6. alnamvet68's Avatar
    There is a 12 step program just for this kind of "problem."
    01-02-12 07:53 AM
  7. zorecati's Avatar
    Like most point and shoots, the camera does a best guess effort of white balance and coloring. Depending on the back ground lighting, it may change the color of some things or it may have gotten the white balance just dead wrong. Finally, your camera could just be bunked.
    01-02-12 07:55 AM
  8. FourOhFour's Avatar
    also may be infrared being picked up by the imaging sensor. try pointing it at an electric stove element and see if you see the same thing
    01-02-12 08:34 PM
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