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White Pictures My 6500 has started producing pictures which look like there is too much light. They alll appear to have white wash over them. This happens in most light conditions. I thought it may have just been a setting but I reset it to the defaults and it still happens

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  • kidoro Jun 03, 2008

    I have the same problem of photos coming out as complete white or every other lines only in the picture. Sometimes, every other photos are wrong. I read the same problem somewhere else, but have not found any solution. My credit card does not offer extended warranty, but if yours have that feature, try to use that benefit

  • vtr1000 Aug 02, 2008

    Hi this happens to me in exactly the same way, it is slowly sending me mad. Has anyone got any ideas? John

  • Anonymous Feb 15, 2009

    Mine are completely white, as if the ccd is constantly overexposed, the camera behaves like this as well, it tries to use the shortest shutter time.

    I cannot make any phots anymore, looks like a ccd problem.

  • rwilliams76 Apr 09, 2009

    All my pictures are completely washed out with silch contrast

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Try shooting at a white subject, you should get underexposure by 1.5.

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Try experimenting with pointing the camera in various directions then with the button half depressed changing the view.
That is If you say, point the camera at a dark zone it will prepare for a low light exposure but will be swamped with the 'sky'
Then try the other way point at light source - half depress then point at dark image. and so on
This is to establish the metering function
Also check out the hand book- a full version of the manual is usually in PDF on the softwarc disk.
Come back with what you find out

Posted on May 28, 2008

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