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Casio EX-Z60 camera - photos are whitened or brightened

Photos are turning out much brighter than normal, appearing sort of as if you were taking a photo directly into the sun, or with too much light. The video works just fine.

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  • Anonymous Oct 13, 2008

    when you take photo on screen looks good when press button picture goes white

  • schantzw Oct 20, 2008

    I have the same problem. Pictures are coming our overexposed. Even without flash.

  • Anonymous Nov 22, 2008

    I have the same problem...lines running through the pic and the color is off. Not happy.

  • Anonymous Dec 22, 2008

    i guess this is a common thing. mine started this problem after i was using high speed contin. pics with no flash. should of stuck with the sony brand.

  • Anonymous Jan 07, 2009

    I have had the camera for years, love it. It just started showing white lines and blury picture. The image is fine on he screen until you take the photo. NOT HAPPY AT ALL.

  • Anonymous May 12, 2009

    will not take a good picture in the daytime but at night it is amazing

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If you enlarge the picture you have just taken, is there same lines running accross the picture?

If so, the shutter magnets are causing interferance and causing the picture to overexpose and have tiny lines running through it.

In Australia the complete lens will need to be replaced as the shutter does not come seperate and this is very expensive.

Sorry for the bad news.

Posted on Nov 08, 2008

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Hi whenever i try to take photos in the sun like on the beach they come out really dark please help


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When you move to another site to take other photos, you must change your Custom WB image to another 'current' one. As the sun progresses through the day, your Custom WB will need to change as well. Auto WB will, in most conditions, be able to deal with changing light if you prefer not to keep updating your Custom WB.

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It depends.

If you want to shoot static content eg. landscapes in the afternoon etc., you need long exposure times and of course a tripod. If your lens has image stabilization, do not forget to turn it off while you mount your camera on the tripod.

The other thing you can do, but it will cost you money, is get a brighter lens, (eg. F2.8). This combined with Image Stabilization will give you more freedom to capture moments in low light conditions, as a brighter lens can give you a brighter result without having to increase ISO.

Finally, another cheap method is to increase ISO. Of course this brings noise into the picture. Up to ISO 400 you may not notice the difference, but if you go higher, you will. If we are talking about point and shoot photos that you are going to print them on normal photo dimensions, a certain amount of noise won't be noticeable.

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If you are in full auto the camera is going to meter to the brightest point. If your subject is in the sun you should be ok but if your subject is shaded then they will come out dark becouse the camera is metering for the brighter background. You might try seting your camera in AV or TV mode and then set your camera to a single AF point. This will let you camera meter to just your subject and not the background. Youe could also try using a flash fill to balance out the light.

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