Hi! New user here. [This is a repost of a question I asked on dpreview. The nice folks over there suggested I repost here.] I recently bought an Olympus OMD EM10 mirrorless camera (my first non-point and shoot!) In general, it's been awesome, with one exception: Bright whites, such as a bright sky or running water, tend to turn out purple. In general, using a faster shutter speed will decrease the purple effect, although not always, but then I get darker pictures or can't take long exposure water shots. I've tried setting the white balance to sunny instead of auto, and also taking the photos in purely iAuto mode, with basically the same results. I've also tried resetting the camera. I know that shooting in RAW can probably take care of these issues, but I'm still a pretty casual user and I'd like to stick to JPEG if possible. Does anyone know a quick fix? The camera's still under warranty--should I try to get a replacement? I included some example pictures. Thanks for the help!