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Pictuers goes bright

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I have a problem with the camera, the picture goes bright and spread
when i took them.
I tried to play with the iso manually and it doesn't help .
any idea

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Try with the settings in the camera... show me a sample pic, i can tell u which settings to change

Posted on Jul 18, 2008

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