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Picture white pictures taken inside are great, but when picture taken outside the picture takes white. When looking at picture before you take it it is fine, but after picture is taken you got to look at pic to see how it turns out it is white.

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  • qudah1 Jan 06, 2009

    pictures taken outside is totally white, video is Ok outside.

    I've looked inside the lense, the shutter is loos ( not attached to anyting to close it )

    I don't know how to fix it . can anyone show mw how ?





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It could be from the erratic flash of light, against the sun, you can try focusing.

also turn the flash to auto mode.

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I installed the small disc in my compaq presario and cannot figure out how to review what is said on the disc. also, tried calling the number, that came with the camera and the website with no luck at all. The recording said the number was disconnected.

I can't figure out how to get the camera to take pictures, the lens will not open up.

In my opinion, this is a poor way to promote your product and would not recommend this to any one!

Posted on Nov 05, 2008

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