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Over exposure I bought my daughter a kodac c316 it takes great pictures during the day but as soonas we take pictures on a night with the flash the pictures are completely blue. can you offer any advice. Regards Maria

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Alrighty then on the camera switch the swith on top to the scene[scn] switch it should start off with high iso use the side button until you get to the part where it says ''night portrait'' then click ok and you should be fine.

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