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Casio Z600 I have a Casio EXILIM Z600. I can't shoot outdoor pics. It just comes out white. But I can shoot indoors. What's wrong? I'm looking for the exposure setting but I can't find it.

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Your issue is most likey your ccd replacement ccd i charge 65.00 part and labor to fix this issue all the time.let me know if i can help.

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When I shoot outdoors all I get is a white screen with very faded images. What's wrong?


Your white balance could be set wrong. Depending on the model it could have different settings (ie. indoor, outdoor, mountain, micro). If you give the model and what your settings are. I can help

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Hi. If you are using it in 'manual' mode there may not be anything wrong. If so, see if you can switch the mode dial to 'automatic' so the camera can adjust itself. If you need a User Guide it can be downloaded free here:- http://www.retrevo.com/support/Casio-EX-S600-Digital-Cameras-manual/id/200dj180/t/2/
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It really sounds like an exposure setting. Check the manual exposure, it will use that setting when not in auto mode.

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i have the same exact problem with mine. it's two and a half years old as well. i also noticed that if you try taking pictures in any of the best shot modes the pictures come out looking like paintings.

also, did you ever try cleaning the lens?

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If the photo shoot out show white , the obscure (quality variation), and even horizontal line ( white lines), and so on over-exposure cases, even if the use of anti-tremor, set to default values are invalid, because the camera shutter fault.

It's need repair camera machine shutter.

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It appears this problem is due a failing CCD device in many brand cameras. All the manufactures use the same source(s). I have not persued Casio as yet, but other companies are offering a recall to replace the CCD for free. I plan to use this approach with Casio. Search the web for "failing CCD in digital camera", it describes exactly what we are observing.

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