Question about Cameras
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I suggest to you have to reset all the factory settings of your camera. As you said you can used it and the result are perfect. After that if you still not staisfied with the outcome of the pictures that's the time that you can set the settings accordingly on the purpose or mode.
I have the same issue and i just reset all the factory settings. I just want to inform you that if your going to reset your camera. All the pictures that was already save on it will be deleted. So I suggest that you have to transfer it to your computer/laptop/usb so you can still view those pictures that you still needed.
I hope this will help you to resolved your issues on your camera.
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Posted on Mar 31, 2011
Camera is in manual mode, but if that is the case, in low enough light you would not get over exposure.
Camera is set to very high ISO -but same as before, in low enough light it would not over expose.
Camera is set to +2 or more exposure compensation. That will almost always over expose. After calculating the exposure, the camera would then let in 4x the amount of light calculated. Look for the adjustment that goes from -2 to +2.
Posted on Jan 29, 2015
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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