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Dark pictures camera was dropped and now all pictures are dark and fuzzy in the lower right corner, also all outdoor (sunlit) pics look like a negative. Is this fixable?

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  • neovenki Aug 18, 2008

    i have the same problem .when i take pics in sunlight it is so fuzzy

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I have a similar problem. Indoor pictures are ok but outdoor ones are bright and washed out like as if it is getting too much light. Tried to reset to defaults but no help. Suggestions ?(bobmelnick@hotmail.com)

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