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YAKUMO 37 Digital light problems

I have some problems with my camera when I take pictures in the day light. When I take pictures on artificial light everything is ok. I see that I have problems with the white colour. When I take pictures in the day light the image is very distorsioned with white lines. If I record a video with the camera everything is ok, even outside is day or night. Is some one could help me for this problem, please conact me at [email protected] Warm regards, Gore Ili Sibiu, Romania

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  • chelnord Dec 08, 2008

    I have some problems with my camera when I take pictures in the day light. When I take pictures on artificial light everything is ok. I see that I have problems with the white colour. When I take pictures in the day light the image is very distorsioned with white lines. If I record a video with the camera everything is ok, even outside is day or night.
    Is some one could help me for this problem, please conact me at [email protected]

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It's either a white balance issue or an exposure issue

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SOURCE: Where can I find a manual for Yakumo mega image IV

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This manual is only available from purchase from :-

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