Question about Canon PowerShot A540 Digital Camera
If you have not dropped your camera or otherwise caused damage that would explain the change, then you should first check the settings. Your camera has both automatic and manual exposure controls. From what you wrote I expect you want to use the automatic settings. First check the "dial" on top of the camera, which has a green AUTO setting. Your manual should explain the settings in further detail if necessary.
Posted on May 21, 2009
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