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Kodak m763 digital camera---cannot get image on lcd screen in bright area, namely swimming pool area.

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Turn off half hour and then try it...

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I suppose the lcd screen is not bright enought to show a image in very bright outdoors. does it work inside?

Posted on Jul 22, 2008

  • Ekse Jul 22, 2008

    are you able to still take pictures even though you don't see picture on the lcd screen?

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