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Automatic overexposure all pictures are white

My camera was working fine until yesterday then suddenly all the pictures I take look severly overexposed. I found it worse outside. I was able to take some pictures inside a church, but when i look at the picture on a computer screen there are white lines running through the photograph. I{ve tried removing battery and putting it back in but no joy. I´ve tried all ´best shot´ settings as well as manual and snapshot settings. Video seems to be working ok. Is there anything i can do?

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  • leilacamilla Jan 29, 2009

    thanks MNfisherman, for your quick response

    but whats a q-tip?

    and where should i rub the alcohol on the card itself? the slot for the card is narrow so not sure how i could get anything in there...




  • leilacamilla Jan 29, 2009

    thanks MNfisherman, for your quick response

    but whats a q-tip?

    and where should i rub the alcohol on the card itself? the slot for the card is narrow so not sure how i could get anything in there...




  • Anonymous Mar 14, 2009

    After my camera was dropped into the snow (for not more than 1 second) and after an extensive period of drying, it showed exactly the same problem. Film = ok, but photo's are overexposed. In the viewer it seems all ok, but the photo itself is overexposed especially ouside (more light).

  • jhela101 Mar 21, 2009

    does this really work?

  • kalembong Apr 27, 2009

    does this thing work??


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Try cleaning the contacts on the mem card and inside the slot with a q-tip and rubbing alcohol.

Posted on Jan 29, 2009

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    Nate Stansfield Jan 29, 2009

    a q-tip is one of those cotton swabs on a stick that you use to clean your ears with. You soak the cotton swab in the rubbing alcohol and then rub it on the metal contact pins on the memory card and inside the camera on those contact pins that the memory card goes to .

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