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Pictures are overexposed when taken in sunlight, but not all the time???

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Not knowing the settings being used or you're experience, makes it kind of difficult. But, I would check where the sun is positioned when you take your next photos. If you are shooting into the sun the background can be completely blown out. Try keeping the sun to your back and see if that helps.

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