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White photos my digital camera takes white photos even in auto mode i have checked all the settings they seem fine. the camera records with no problems

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u are lucky its a manufacturing fault just call sony without wastingtime u can get it repaired free even if u are out of warranty see thelink

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The priority modes often give you more control over more features than auto mode does. In auto mode, the camera is deciding your white-balance, and may not let you select a white balance setting even if you wanted to. In aperture priority, your camera will give you control over white balance. Switch to aperture priority, then check your white-balance (wb) mode. You should still be able to select "auto" within these settings if you'd like, but feel free to play with the various settings to get your ideal photo. Good luck!

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When i take picture,the picture is white n some time become very very bright, but if take video is ok.


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Pictures that I take come out very white/bright. you cannot tell details. I have changed batteries and have the setting on auto.


Double-check your flash settings. You mentioned the camera is in Auto mode, but the flash has separate settings from the camera's shooting mode. With the camera in shooting mode AUTO check the Flash settings (Auto, Red-Eye Reduction, Fill-In, Off) It may be set to 'fill' causing your photos to be too bright.

Also, depending on how close you are to your subject the flash may not be needed. Using the flash when too close to your subject (less then 3 ft.) will cause bright/white photos. Turn the flash OFF if you are taking macro or photos closer then 3ft.

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When we take a picture it seems that the exposure is off. it just turnes white and indoors it is ok but still a little off. when we use teh video mode, it si fine, just in camera mode it is off


Greetings devin101336,

I would check the option for white balance on your camera and ensure it is set to auto. This may fix your problem.

Thank you,

Dorothy
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