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Same problem with me. I think it's to do with the lens shutter and exposure time. My camera is pretty old but works fine APART from that. I'll just be taking lots of night shots till I know what's wrong good luck :)
You may have the settings wrong. Check in the MENU to see if you have it set to "inside" pics rather than outside. Also the ISO has a lot to do with the exposure. If the iso is set too low outside sunlight pics will be white or overexposed. Try setting ISO on wheel for various options select program mode button and MENU select ISO 120 or 250. These are are pretty general settings. the flash will only engage inside or outside if the light is low ( like evening) I suspect your ISO setting is at a setting that is incompatible with bright sunlight t Also select White Balance and move it to DAYLIGHT
take a few shots inside and out to see if there is an improvement.
The camera has a "motion detector". And is generally for taking pictures automatically whenever a "subject", such as wild game, come within the detector.
That flash is for taking pictures of subjects less than 12 ft away and not a darkened area beyond 12 ft.
If you are using it to automatically capture in the evening, then point the camera lower, like to the ground 12 ~ 20 feet away. It will shoot some nice, but somewhat grainy pictures!
If you are holding the camera to take pictures, it wasn't designed for that, but it will work for "close" shots.
My camera has lost the audio and when i take pictures outside they are white, can not see any images .like if the lens is letting in too much light. indoor and night pictures come out ok. what can be the problem , this is a new camera. OLYMPUS FE-21o
this probably comes because there is movement of the camera while pressing the shutter full down, especially in night or low light conditions it takes a very long time to take a picture , during that time you have to hold the camera steady . it dos not have a stabilizer (as far as i know) so there is no correction of movement (how little it may be) . you could try to intensivate the settings from standard iso to 400 ( 800 = 3 megapixel max) and the ev to plus 2 (in "bad"light) and the A mode switch to the lowest F size (i believe it is f2.8) than press the shutter halfway , than full (hold it steady)