Question about Canon PowerShot SD600 Digital Camera
It sounds like you may be in a low light mode. Put the camera in record mode, and then press the set button (in the middle of the up down left right keys). You probably want the camera to be in automatic mode (or A). If this doesn't solve the problem, my next guess would be that you somehow made it such that the aperture stays open too long. This takes some explaining and I don't have my SD600 infront of me at the moment to go through the menu and explain it. But if the first thing i explained doesn't work let me know and i'll go through it with you. There is definately no need to waste your money by going to a professional...it sounds like it is just a settings thing, not a hardware failure
Posted on Feb 07, 2008
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