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I have take photos outdoors and theyre too dark to see.

I have taken several photo's outdoors with my new camera. The sun is shining, but the photo's are so dark I may as well of taken them in a dark room with out a flash. Is this operator error

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There is a firmware upgrade to fix the brightness of the captured images when “EVF/LCD mode” is set to “60fps” is darker than that set to “30f/s”.
Please go to the web link here: http://www.fujifilm.com/products/digital/download/s1000fd/fupd.html and sign Firmware Upgrade User License Agreement .

Posted on Oct 13, 2008

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