Question about Casio Exilim EX-Z750 Digital Camera
Recently my EX-Z750 started to produce pictures which are grossly overexposed. In fact large areas of each shot are white. I have tried changing various settings including resetting to factory defaults but nothing helps. Curiously enough video clips are still fine. It is almost as if the light sensor has failed.
I have the same problem starting a few weeks ago when taking pictures out in the cold (-8 Celsius). Viewing the pictures on the computer shows that only a third of the image is being read. The other two thirds are coming out pure white. So when zoomed out it looks overexposed, but it really is missing 2 out of 3 lines.
I haven't found any solutions on the internet. I reloaded firmware 1.02 and tried using the internal memory card to eliminate the removable memory card as a problem.
Any ideas? I love this camera and hate to throw it out.
Posted on Mar 07, 2011
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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