Question about Olympus FE-140 Digital Camera
Hi Are you sure that the exposure setting of your camera is kept in 0 position?.. if it is in +ve compensation the image will get over exposed under normal lighting condition. If exposure is set to 0 , you try to do a factory reset . If this not solving your problem then it must be the problem with the camera firmware,get the new firmware updated from olympus. all the best sreejith
Posted on Jul 16, 2007
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