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Overexposure The image on the viewscreen is normal; when the button is pressed for a picture, the screen goes really bright. The picture is way overexposed. This began after the images were downloaded on a Mac. Anyone help?

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Please change the camera to factory settings or remove the battery for 30 min and then power it on of this did not work try changing the settings.............................


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Change the Exposure rate checked or reset the camera settings.

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Is the camera in full auto mode or is it in a semi auto mode with manual overide for the exposure?

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