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When you take a photo and it comes out of the camera, the photos aren't developing - only one of 3 developed the picture - the others stayed white and its been over 30 minutes

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White stand for film expose to light. someone might open your film cover and pull out the film box inside contain films. once expose to light, it will appear white.

Posted on Jan 15, 2014

Testimonial: "Thanks but it was the 2nd & 3rd shots which came out white not the first - which if it had been exposed to light would have been the expected lost shot. But thanks for reponding"

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try to take a few more photos or try use pack of films.
If same things happen, mean the shutter lens is spoil. it don't allow light to enter and develop the films.

Send it to repair shop to fix it

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Camera might be damaged because of the fall, suggest to consult the Authorized Dealer near you (-see above link), or send it back to the store where you purchase it as it may be still part of the warranty.

Thank you

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Or, the contrast of the pictures may be to low. I have an FZ7 too, and I always tweak the contrast and color saturation before outputting.
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3. Low ppi pictures look fuzzy in print.

Maybe you can post a sample original picture??

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