Question about Cameras
Well, check what mode you are using. If it's MANUAL, maybe you are using the wrong apperture/speed/iso settings for the light conditions. The picture is being made as you are ordering (with wrong settings), causing a too clear image getting recorded (overexposure); sometimes the overexposure is so extreme that a "all white" image appears on the screen.
Try changing the mode for APPERTURE PRIORITY, SPEED PRIORITY or PROGRAM (A, S or P respectivelly), so the camera will try to compensate the other variables for the correct exposure.
If so, don't give up using the MANUAL mode (which is the best one, in my opinion). Only try to learn a little more about exposure and camera's controls.
Posted on Feb 08, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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