Question about Canon PowerShot A460 Digital Camera
My A460 has this kinda unusual thing happening. when shot in a broad daylight or even a well lighted area, picture contains a very light or should I say white image that you can hardly see nothing but white.
Are you in any other mode besides automatic when this happens. If you're not sure, check that the rotator dial is set to the first little red camera right next to the blue arrow (this is the automatic position). If you're in this position then it's unlikely that overexposure will occur unless you're also encountering mechanical failure of a stuck shutter.
Posted on Jun 02, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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