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Opus 6000 Pictures are to bright, how do i get darker pictures

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Press down button, btw, do you have the driver that you can send to me?

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When I take indoor pictures, the images have become progressivley darker and I have to adjust the white balance to +2 and the flash to almost plus 2 just to get a picture where it used to take great...


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Hi there, and thanks for coming to FixYa.

The type of card you need for your camera is an SD Card and you can get that at your local electronics store. You can also get them online too.

Rob

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por favopr me podrian indicar que puedo hacer para que las camaras que tengo funcionen ya que se quedaron sin funcionar y que me en vien los drivers de intalacion para poder instalar

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