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No photo is coming in outdoor at the time of daylight, indoor photos are somewhat fine but looks something like overexposed. The problem came suddenly.

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Go into the menu and scroll to "reset" and follow the on-screen instructions.

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When i take picture,the picture is white n some time become very very bright, but if take video is ok.


this can be usually associated with your white balance in still camera mode.
Check to see your white balance is set correctly or just set it to auto. Also make sure the mode you are in it set. (ie. indoor, outdoor, auto, speed)

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Hello, the problem that you explain could easily be caused by an improper "ISO" setting. When you go to your camera's menu, look for the ISO setting and put it back on "auto". It's probably on 800 or higher now, which will cause everything to be overexposed.

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No photo in daylight in outdoor


You'll need to first check what setting you have the camera on. Sometimes, this can make all the difference. Change the setting to auto. Or, if you are familiar with manual settings, change the camera mode to manual...then change the ISO

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Outdoor images overexposed


hi, its a problem of lence flap,it is in the lence berral , just change the lence flap and your camera is ok,remember if you are a tecnition then try your owen

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Images fine inside but outside natural light images overexposed


CCD is going for Failure !

it starts like this first indoor ok and outdoor over exposed then
indoor pics also when u see them closely turns pink or green in shades then horizontal vert lines appear then completely blank

just check with casio if they have issued service advisory for the CCD failure problem as all others have issued they will do it free of charge

see link

http://www.imaging-resource.com/badccds.html

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Canon SD400: horizontal lines and daylight images are overexposed (see photo)


In both the situations the problem is with the apperture control mechanism of the camera. 1). sometimes the flexible ribbion cable carrying signal to the lense assembly get worn out, replacing the same will resolve the problem. 2) in some cases the leaf blades of the apperture gets sticky, cleaning of the same solves the problem. 3). If you happen to drop the camera then the alignment of the motor moving the blades get disturbed.


In all the cases only a good repair man can fix the problem .

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Camera overexposes on daylight and recorded images have hoizontal striping


I would take it off of automatic mode and adjust it manually.

The Samsung camera I have doesn't work very well in automatic mode under indoor conditions. It will work in automatic under outdoor conditions.

Hope that helps.

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1. Adjust ISO or ASA 100
2. Adjust AWB Indoor florescent or Bulb while outdoor select sunny or foggy it depends of the place

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