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Washed out faces

I have a simple problem. My subject's faces are extremely light. I have not fiddled with any of the settings. They all seem to be standard. I have been taking pictures for years (usually relying on the factory settings). What have I disturbed? Thanks for taking the time for a non challenging inquiry. Myrt.

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This camera is junk! Go on Ebay and buy a nice Kodak 5 magapixel for about the same price and you'll be much happier. People on Amazon complain rightfully about it!

Posted on Mar 07, 2007

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I have the same problem and i want to call the company and complain i have the number Main support number877-397-8200 Support FAX732-248-8082

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