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Image too Bright

When i try to take pics on daytime the pictures always turns out too bright. but when i use it on night it works just fine.

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  • slashdotorg May 11, 2008

    i already set it on automatic but pictures still turns out too bright. u think the lens or shutter can be damaged?

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It sounds like you might be accidentally in Manual mode (little red camera with M by it).

Make sure the mode dial in the upper left corner is set to "Automatic" (select the little red camera "without" the M by it).

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