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IF I TAKE A PICTURE OUTSIDE IN DAY LIGHT IT IS OVEREXPOSED

I HAVER TRIED TO FIX IT BY RESETTING THE CAMERA BUT IT IS NO BETTER IT WILL ONLY TAKE PICTURES AT NIGHT WHEN THE FLASH IS NEEDED

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  • Anonymous Mar 27, 2008

    In daylight, the pictures are overexposed (white). Indoors in low light the pictures are ok. The camera ( Minolta G530) is three years old. I have tried every manual adjustment on the camera to correct the problem. Nothing works. I suspect that the lens is shooting wide open in every setting.

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Say more about the poor outside images - whats wrong with them?

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