All: I got a new camera to replace the Olympus I left in a Taxi in Europe. I bought the Olympus E-300 DSLR. I really like the E-300, but it doesn't take as good a photo in low light as the old cheap Olympus C-4000 I had. Why? Below are a couple samples. As you can see in the first one, this is what my camera took unaltered. It is not what I saw though. I did not see that red tint, and that warm tone to everything. With the flash it's perfect, but it drowns things out. So how do I get rid of this? Is there a setting? Below is the data for the pic: Flash: Off Focal Length: 25 mm F-Number: F/4.2 Exposure Time: 1/2 sec. ISO: 100 Metering Mode: Pattern Exposure Cpmpensation: -0.3 step When I back off saturation to -15 and go +5 on hue in PShop, it looks a lot more like what I see in the room. So the photo is definitely saturated and tilted a bit to red. I took the photo on the "Auto" photo setting, so it picked all the variables. Thanks!!!!!