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Dark photos Except in the natural light, my photos typically come out dark-- even when I put the AF Assist Light on. Help?

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Try resetting ur camera.

press menu
go to setup tab
go up to reset
press right arrow
highlight reset
press set.

If that doesn't work u would have to send that into repairs.

Posted on Nov 26, 2007


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