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Canon PowerShot SD880 IS camera, recently the photos taken always have overexposure issue, no matter how I adjust the ISO or any other feature/function. Is this software issue? Where do I get help? Thanks.

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Have you tried adjusting the "exposure compensation"? You can try a lower setting to get a darker exposure.

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