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Daylight picture whiteout on samsung sc-12 c camera. Sun not shining directly on camera. Camera always in shade area of front porch..

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Well the conditions exceed the camera's ability. I suggest that you call Samsung and see if they have the solution. A filter lense may help during the day, but hinder after dark...

Posted on Oct 10, 2010

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Green pictures


Assuming the camera is not faulty the most frequent reason for a green tint is the selection of the wrong white balance in the camera menu. The menu will contain "AWB", "daylight", sometimes represented by a stylised sun logo and indoor. If you use "daylight" for indoor photos the pictures will have a green cast. Select "AWB" for generally acceptable results. If the pictures have a green cast on outdoor pictures you have a problem

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Treaks when shooting pictures in sunlight with Sony DSCW-510 Camera


When shooting into the sun your subject tend to ubder exposed.
Shade the lens so that the sun does not fall on the lens (get someone to shade the camera with a hat), turn on the flash gun use it as a fill in flash.

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When the sun is directly over the door it will not close.


The sun is probably shining on your door sensors. You can move them back to a shady area or you can make shades from the center tube of a roll of toilet tissue.

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When i take a picture with the flash, it has a yellow tint to it. Why?


Most likely your white balance setting needs to be adjusted. You didn't specify the model of your camera, so I can't tell you exactly how to change it (your manual should say).
Your camera should have several settings:
"A" or "Auto"
"Daylight/Sun"
"Tungsten" or "Indoors" or "Incandescent"
"Fluorescent"

and possibly also:
"Flash"
"Cloudy" or "Shade"

When taking flash pictures, the "Flash" setting should be best. If you don't have a flash setting, then "Daylight" or "Sun" will be the best.

Human eyes adjust quickly and easily to different colors of light, but cameras see light as it is, so indoor light will look yellow, outside bluish, fluorescent greenish, etc. So digital cameras shift the colors in the image to try to make white objects appear white like they would to your eye. But sometimes they mess up and don't get it quite right. That is where the manual white balance settings come in. If you play with these settings, then you will find you can improve the color quality of many of your pictures.

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Problem using lens hood


Maybe because the manual authors assumed the reader would use the built in flash instead of the one you slide into the top which is ok with lens hood.

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When i take picture outside i cannot see what iam taking


Put ccamera on high power.
Look at camera with a shade. box/ hat. to make screen away from sun.
take picture.
Look at screen in shade.
Vitally

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White pictures, low battery life, few pictures


I glued a small peice of plastic under the flash and above the camera lens to shade it from the flash when it goes off. I then only had 2 pictures out of 40 that showed a white picture. The plastic peice only sticks out about 1 inch and didn't affect the flash on the subject. I also drilled holes in the bottom and hooked up a 6 volt tractor battery to it this gave me over 1 month of battery life with another identical camera

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FD-88, viewing LCD in daylight, too bright


You're not doing anything wrong. Sometimes it's just hard to see to LCD. You could try turning down the brightness, or turning off the backlight, but that doesn't work very well either. There are sun shields for sale. I have a FD-88 also, And so far I've been able to see the screen ok in sunlight. But It's winter in Minnesota so the sun is low in the sky, and I can normally shade the screen with my body. Hope this helps.

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Rings On The Picture


Perhaps your camera flash reflected off a glass window directly back into the lens? Many camera lenses will capture "ghostly" reflections of the lens elements when a bright light shines directly into the lens. If you aim at the sun, you may also see spots or rings. Depending on the makeup of the camera lens (number of lens elements, types of coatings, etc) you may see spots, crescents, circles, or blobs of irregular shapes and colors in the final photo. Experiment to see if you can cause this behavior again, but don't look directly into the sun. Some photographers like the effect, others don't. Cal

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