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When i take photos there is too much light in the picture produce as a result cant't see anything so no photo. ive tried to reset it alter the setting nothing im doings working.

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  • plee096 Sep 14, 2008

    when i take photos there is too much light in the picture produce as a
    result cant't see anything so no photo. ive tried to reset it alter the
    setting nothing im doings working.
    the model is an olympus FE-220(A)


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I have the same problem with my Olympus FE-220 camera.
The pictures are much too overexposed. I tried minimizing exposure and resetting the camera. Nothing works. What can I do to fix this problem?!?

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Please mention model and brand of your camera to help you out.

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