Question about Canon PowerShot SD600 Digital Camera
I own this camera, and it worked fine for a friend of mine last week and the whole year that I've owned it. However, all of a sudden outdoor pictures are COMPLETELY overexposed to the point that the whole screen is white when pictures are taken. I tried wrestling with it in manual also and still there is too much light exposure.
This came on all of a sudden. I didn't drop it recently, and I keep it in a case at all times.
Please help, thanks
Usually it's the opening in the lens doing it. it may be stuck open and not closing down during bright sunshine. The only thing you can do is drop the exposure down. Canon offeres a repair for about $100 or a refurbished SD750 for the same money
Posted on Jun 06, 2008
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