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White pictures My pictures are coming out all white. I have adjusted the exposure, etc. Any ideas?

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Sounds like either your CCD is defective and it's not recording the image properly or your lens aperture is stuck open and is over exposing everything.

Either way it sounds like you need the lens repaired or replaced.

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