Question about Kodak EasyShare C743 Digital Camera
Ok - thanks. From what I can see, the Kodak you're using has mainly Auto modes. However within the Auto modes, there is something called Exposure Compensation. If you already know about this let me know. If however you don't, it may be that you, or someone else using the camera has inadvertantly set the camera to over-expose the shot.
The Kodak online guide shows how the screen will look if you have inadvertantly set it - and it's easy to re-adjust. It normally goes to a maximum of +2 to -2. I'm guessing you have it set to +1 or +2?
If it's set to 0 however, that would indicate that maybe your camera has an internal meter fault. You could then try setting the above to -2 - and see what impact that has on your photographs. In normal situations, this would make a well-exposed photograph very dark.
Try the above and let us know how you get on. Good luck.
Posted on Jun 02, 2009
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