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My pictures are too bright

I have had my camera for a little over a year now and my pics have always turned out fine...now when i take pictures they are really bright and the subjects have a glow around them...i have read through the troubleshooting guide and nothing has helped me...please help!!!

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    only recorded outdoor image is too bright. indoor recorded images were normal. Tried changing settings but failed. pls help. thanks!

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How much do you know about your camera settings? Possibly you changed a setting. Try taking photos in full automatic mode.

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