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Photos come out as basically a white screen (super over exposed) regardless of manual/auto settings etc.

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  • baabcorp Sep 03, 2008

    Only my still photos are over exposed, but my video comes out just fine.

    I've tried resetting every thing back to default settings, only using basic functions with out any custom overrides. I'll get 10 very light images, then 1 or 2 will be OK.

    Any other suggestions?


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    same problem and solutions?

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Your camera exposure reader might be faulty.

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