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Glaring nothing but bright can't see the picture

I can't take a picture outside and some times inside with our bright glaring so bad you can't see the subject. can you help me???

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  • Anonymous Feb 20, 2009

    i also have the same problem after taking a pic its all white you cant see, i tried the LCD stuff but it did not change.

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Try to adjust LCD Brightness.

Press Menu.
Go to LCD Brightness.

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