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To much light exposure when taking photos

Whenever I take a photo now I somehow seem to have to much light getting through and causing a glazed ( almost like glaucoma vision ) image to appear on the lcd when I check it. It has randomly not had this problem when I have tried taking night shots before. But I cannot take any photos in daylight anymore and most night shots dont work now either.

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  • rachel_elmes Jun 25, 2009

    I cant seem to find where the return factory setting option is on the menu. Thanks anyway

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Go to menu and try to setup the factory settings it may be a setting that is doing that.

Hope it helps

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