Question about Fuji Cameras
You should never take photos with any camera pointing towards the sun. It does not matter what advanced lense it has or what advanced settings - if you take photos into the sun you will get bad results.
The only exceptions to this may be photos at sunrise or sunset when the light of the sun is at its weakest.
See this link for some hints on setting exposure in these situations http://www.digicamhelp.com/how-to/nature/sun/
However as a general rule for point and shoot and family photgraphs etc .. you should always keep the sun at your back. Even strong light from one side can be an issue unless it is angled towards your back.
If you find your camera takes good photos when you stick to that rule the camera is not faulty.
There is very little even professional photographers can do about pointing into the sun. Simple rule - they avoid it!
Hope this helps. Please do rate my answer. Thanks.
Posted on Aug 01, 2009
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