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White images My Digimax L50 only take videos, when i select photo and shoot one, the result is complety white image, but if the light in the location is poor, then the image is very bright my digimax L50, was working ok, but suddenly it works only in video, when attempt to take photographies the caught image this all white, but if the light in the location is poor, the photography leaves very shining and is "interleaved" one line with data and the next line white (like a TV lines) Can you help me to fix the problem.

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Re: white images

The place to go is the Samsung Tech Support team This is not a 'self' fixable problem# It is a firmware fault which may be fixable by Samsung Free or for a modest charge - depends on the age of the camera. I the charge is not modest then the next stop is a new camera

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