Question about Canon PowerShot A460 Digital Camera
I don't have a menu walkthrough for that model unfortunately, but according to the specifications sheet, here are the things to look for:
1. ISO - You probably want it set to auto for normal everyday pictures (ie not silhouette, or intentional washout) If its set to 400 that might have been the problem.
2. Exposure compensation you want this towards the middle for normal shots if its towards +2EV that can cause it to be washed out or weirdly colored.
3. Make sure you don't have manual settings for aperture and shutter speed. If you have a wider aperture (lower numbers) and a longer shutter speed, this can cause the picture to be too bright.
If you're having difficulty finding these options and can't solve the issue, please reply and I'll try to look through the manual to find specific steps.
Please leave feedback if this was helpful. Thanks.
Posted on Apr 08, 2011
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