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Outdoor pictures are very light, no color with horizontal bands. The indoor pictures are spotty, some ok, others blurry, some with the banding but there is color

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  • Anonymous Aug 23, 2008

    I've reset the camera to default settings but it didn't help. Indoor pics are fine (with or without flash) but outdoors are hugely overexposed (camera in Auto mode). The only way around it I found is to zoom in slightly wherupon everything returns to normal. This may be particular to the fault in my camera but it's worth a try.

  • MolotovX Apr 25, 2009

    Same problems. Horizontal bands of color, rest is white. Called Polaroid because I have had the camera for 4 months and now I get to pay to ship it to them for warranty work. Yay!

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.try xperimenting with diff pc settings wen shooting outdoors...also chk the white balance settings/////focus the camera on the object u want to appear white and "ok" it....chk the iso settings for light sensitivity....if all dis dusnt wrk ...theres a prob wuid ur ccd sensor..and can be repaired only by the service centre.

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