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Over exposure My camera was working great until about 2 months ago when I tried taking pictures outside and they were over exposed. I checked my settings and they were normal ( always keep it on automatic); however, I even changed them yet my pictures outside or inside (in bright light) are all over exposed. What could be the cause of this problem? Thanks!

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  • philsilkoff Jul 29, 2008

    I have the same problem-all pics are whiter than I want

  • backstab Aug 07, 2008

    I got the same problem with my Ixus 65.
    After a It gets easily overexposed in bright light, strange horizontal stripes but these problems all dissapere in video mode.

    Tried resetting it and alot of different settings but at no luck.

    Would be lovely with an explenation for this problem.

    Best regards
    //seth


  • Anonymous Mar 17, 2009

    JD Force, same thing - I can take movies but all outside pics are overexposed. Strange.

  • andynwoo Mar 21, 2009

    same.

  • andynwoo Mar 21, 2009

    overexposed pics. movie OK

  • dotsci Mar 25, 2009

    I have the same problem. At first, I thought it was the flash. I've had this camera for 3 years and have loved it until recently.

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Hey - have the same problem. All my still pictures are coming out overexposed, no matter what setting I use. Tried resetting, tried new battery, tried new memory card, tried different exposure settings. Nothing fixed it or affected it. However, my movie exposure works great so I can take movies just fine. Are you able to take movies with no overexposure?

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