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The image view is very light / bright

I can click a picture well but when I see the preview of the same the picture has a whitish background with almost no visibility of the image.

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Change the mode in which u shoot ur pics... u might hav had ur mode set wrong... n don shoot where there is direct light fallin on ur lens....

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