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Manaual says: Standby mode for saving power: press the shutter-release button halfway. Camera and computer are connected via the USB cable. Camera and TV are connected via audio/video cable or HDMI cable. Adjust monitor brightness. When the internal temperature of the camera is high, the monitor darkens to reduce heat generation. When internal temperature cools, the monitor brightens again. When the power-on lamp is covered after the camera has automatically increased monitor brightness, the monitor may darken. If you did not drop teh camera, or cracked it in your backpocket, perhaps you also chould check the battery. If it is charged, and still has enough capacity.
The monitor might be on 'dynamic contrast'. Press menu on the remote control and does it say that 'magic bright' is on dynamic contrast? If so, change it to something else and this may solve your problem.
In your monitor panel you'll find 4 buttons. Press the menu button and get into Magic Bright. There you can choose the one that best suits you. You can even set to Dynamic contract where the monitor adjusts the brightness according to the elements on the screen