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Pictures come out white, overexposed

I have tried everything, changed every setting on my D70 but all photos come out pinkish-white, no matter what ISO or shutter opening. It has not fallen...I can't find any solution on the instructions booklet...
thanks! let me know if there is something on any of the menus i should also check...

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  • emecere May 26, 2009

    Thanks Arcath, I tried that already...no good....

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I had a similar problem, turn off the camera, remove the lens, reseat the lens and turn on the camera. In my case, one of the plastic threads that holds the lens in place was broken and I had to do this a couple times during shoots. I eventually replaced the mounting bracket and have had no problems since.

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