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Can't see picture in frame when taking outside pictures

Can't see picture I am trying to take outside in light? Inside is fine?

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This is a problem with digital cameras with LCDs. You can make things better by upping the brightness of the screen - this will consume more power though.

Go into the menu (middle button at the back), into 'setup', and then look for 'LCD brightness'.

Posted on May 06, 2009

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Don't know your specific camera, but it sounds like you have it set on manual (does it have P, A, S, M settings?) with a long shutter speed. This would let in a lot of light outside, and make all of your pictures blurry.
Change your setting to P (program) or Auto (automatic) and see if that helps.

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