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Will not take a picture outside.

Everything is set on automatic. It will take pictures inside. Outside pictures come out blank. It's a mitsuba 12 mega pixel enhanced. Still camera with camcorder DSC/DV .

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  • johnbendi Apr 07, 2009

    please mine went blank as in white when you take a pic outside but shows well when you take a pic inside. in some cases outside the object shows a bit in too muh white. pls prompt reply needed. thanks a lot for all effort.

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Taking picctures outside they come out completly white and inside they are fine.


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You may have the settings wrong. Check in the MENU to see if you have it set to "inside" pics rather than outside.
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Was everything set automatic?
Was it a cloudy day?
Did you take pictures in the sun of an object in shadow?
Are your indoor pictures normal?
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