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Hi, im getting an overexposed effect on my still shots.. almost a whiteout and then i may get a normal exposed image with a subsequent shot all my settings are on auto.. my video recordings are normal. whats my prob?

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Hi

best place to start with would be t reset the settings to factory defaults

this will set any high exposure, shutter, aparture settings that have stayed back to normal

if there is any clarification further u need then u may add a comment to this thread or may mail me mail2pvs@gmail.com

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