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Olympus C2000 picture quality

I took quite a few pictures over the weekend. They were all indoor shots using flash. When viewed on the camera's LCD or on a TV, the shots looked quite good and I was very happy with the results, until I downloaded them into my PC. On the PC, they all look very dark. I don't think it's the monitor as I have tried viewing them on several different PCs.

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Re: Olympus C2000 picture quality

There are so many variables that effect your exposure. Batteries, ISO rating, shutter, aperture, etc. Remember your pictures are digital, and you should have a good graphics program to make adjustments (e.g. Paint Shop Pro, Photoshop, Photo Deluxe, etc.). I suspect your pictures are under- exposed due to weak batteries from using the flash so much. The only batteries suitable are NiMHs. NiCad or Alkalines will not cut it.

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