Question about Nikon Coolpix 5700 Digital Camera

2 Answers When I shot picture, the foto picture is saved wiht to much light.When I open the cart to see the picture in computer the image is to much under exposure, to much bight.I aranget with the opsion that are in meny but the picture again is to bright.

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The screen colur of the camera work correctly.
When I shoot in the nature, outside, the foto picture is saved with to much light.
I downlodeed all the guide of the Nikon Coolpix 5700 and arranged the camera in all positions but the foto is with to much light, is to much under exposure.
Maby the aperture is not working correctly outside.
In the dark places, inside, in studio the camera work corretly and make good foto picture.
Someone sugested to me that maby the software has finished working outside.
Is that correct, or when the camera work inside should work also outside in the nature

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Are you shooting in raw format - file ext =nef., or jpeg.
Is your computer screen colour calibrated correctly?

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