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Shoots not clear during day time shooting.

My digital camera HP Photosmart megapixels 7.2 has a problem that I when shoot photos during day time is not clear enough.

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  • Palnol Nov 17, 2008

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  • Palnol Nov 18, 2008

    Can somebody come to my aid, please. I have a problem with my digital camera Photosmart M637 megapixels 7.2. When I take pictures during day time the images are not clear enough on the screen. There is no problem when shooting in the night time when flash light.

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Set your camera to factory defaults in the camera setup.
Also take your backup first.


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