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If i take a still shot it looks like the picture is over exposed, any ideas

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Could restore to fabric settings!, you could trie checking lighting options depend on if your outside or inside..change values and see..

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Take out the memory card on your camera and do a reset on the settings,
this will erase all stored settings on your camera. If you are still having issue the camera needs to be set up for repair

I hope this could help you.

Posted on Feb 23, 2012

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