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White screen when taking pictures in daylight

Pretty much as the subject describes. i had my camera fixed for a broken jammed lens by canon. camera worked perfectly than i noticed that when in the daylight even in overcast with pretty much no light at all the screen will be a bright white with maybe faint shadow of things. but i can take pictures in bright light indoors with flash and theyre perfect. it makes no sense to me, someone help!!!

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Go to the menu screen for LCD contrast and adjust, it sounds like it is to high. Kinda like a back light for a plasma screen.

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