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You sure you did put the camera to fully automatic? Because I don't know what model you have, I can't check the manual, to see if you could adjust the white balance. It has not much to do with ISO, but with white balance. Sure you did not select something like scene inside. or scene in tungsten?
If the camera is working properly with other lenses, then you have a problem with that lens. In M, you can set the aperture yourself, and the photos come out properly exposed. When the lens is set to auto, apparently it is going to minimum aperture and not responding to the camera's 'instructions'. The thing that makes me think so is that you say everything looks dark through the optical viewfinder. Normally the aperture stays full open so you can see and compose your shot, and only stops down to the correct aperture when you actually take the shot. I would suggest having the lens checked by an appropriate camera service shop.
Hey VickylnStL, What I believe is going on is your white balance setting has been set to incandescent light which on your camera is a light bulb. For outdoor shots you should have the camera set to auto white balance, or have the white balance symbol set to the sun icon or the cloud icon depending on the conditions outside. I hope this helps! Sincerely, Allan Go Ahead. Use Us.
Or do you mean a white mare?
Check your manual to make sure that a setting has not been over looked.
It seems as if the light metering has gone askew
You should also check that you are not covering a 'window' with a finger when taking shots- thus blocking the light thus making it read low light.
If all this is to no avail - check out the Fuji technical help team.
But give much more detail than you have given us here