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Pictures overexposed in daylight, visible lines in photos

I'm getting these kind of washed-out shots with visible horizontal lines in my outdoor shots.  Movies and indoor photos don't seem to be affected.  Camera worked fine for a couple of months, then stopped.  Was not dropped or otherwise mistreated.
Ideas?  Any help would be great...hate to a buy a new one, and Panasonic servicing would equal the cost of the camera!

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  • ivynora Dec 31, 2007

    I've tried all combinations of settings, plus resetting to factory defaults...certain combinations mitigate the problem better than others.




    Anything outdoors or bright washes the color out, and produces lines in the picture...

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Same as above; outdoor pictures are white, movies and indoor are fine.

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Same problems with my Sony Cybershot DSC-HX5. Has worked fine for months then started shooting totally white outdoor photos but still shoots available light indoors just fine. Video works fine also. Saw on another site where it's likely to be a sensor problem which means this camera will have to be used for video only or thrown away and replaced by a Canon (probably the best option)

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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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