Depending on the scenery monitored by the camera, it might happen that false colors appear on the image. This could be the case if a large portion of the image is occupied by objects with more or less homogeneous colors, e.g. green lawn.
The image below clearly shows the problem: it is like that the entire image is covered by a thin pink layer that makes all the colors look less natural.
By now the photographer in you might have recognized that we are facing a “White Balance” issue. To have a picture with real colors, it’s usually sufficient to change the White Balance settings from “Automatic WB (Extended)” to “Gray World”.
These settings are available under Setup Menu > Color Settings.
Please note that the color shift described above can also go towards green or blue tonalities.