Question about Cameras
Ensure first that is not a setting problem. For example if camera is set to night picture, all the normal photos will be overexposed.
Reset camera to factory default, and try also removing battery for five minutes.
If the problem is not a setting problem, check if there is dust or dirt on the lens, this can cause blurry pictures, and also grayish pictures, like they are underexposed.
If you cannot fix it in this siple ways, then probably the lens are dirty from the inside.
In this case it will be better calling a technician, rather than risking to reduce your camera to a bunch of bits and screws.
You can call a technician, validate your guranty, or eventually ask a guaranty extension (if available) , by calling the phone number listed on the last pages of the owner manual.
Posted on Oct 14, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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