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Trouble with outdoor photos with my camera (indoors seems to work great)

I have owned the s7000 for years without trouble. Its been a great camera. Recently it started OVER EXPOSEING all the outdoor photos that I take. Just the outdoor photos. The indoor pictures seem to be OK. Maybe it is a "shutter" or "Fstop" issue? The camera just started doing this on its own. It was not dropped. I tried resetting it, that did not fix the problem. NOTE: the display shows the F stop and shutter speed in the "auto setting" but I wonder if it is not correct it for some reason..MY thinking "it may be stuck on one F stop or some thing. Thats my guess. Thanks for your time.

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I have a FinePix S7000, I can't read to the computer, but I can to the camera. I tried every thing nothing, the computer saying there is not picture on the card, I change the card still same result. Need help...

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Hi. please check the ISO setting. It might have been changed. let me know, I have the same camera, will check more on it for you. good luck.

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