Question about Mitsuba DV505 Digital Camera
The camera is over exposing all photos where there is sufficient light. The image looks fine on the LCD screen. But when the shutter is pressed, the captured image on the LCD screen is all washed out. For indooe photos, a small indicator comes on in the LCD screen saying that there may not be enough light for a proper exposure. But the photo is way over exposed. When you move the camera from a low light to a bright area or bright to dim, you can see the scree brightening or dimming like the iris is adjusting open or closed in slow steps, almost as if a mechanical iris was sticking as it was moving.
Set ur screen first .click one image 1st load on ur pc. see the screen and pc screen then set ur screen brightness and contrast of ur camera
Posted on Jun 18, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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