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Images seem over-exposed

My QV-R40 is about three years old. It has worked fine until last week. Now, when I take a picture inside it looks like it has been tinted blue and it is often fuzzy. Outdoor pictures are almost completely whited-out with just faint traces of blue in the dark places of the image. I have tried to rearrange some of the image recording settings but nothing seems to be working.

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  • Anonymous Nov 24, 2007

    My camera is exactly 4 years old and has identical problems since one week.
    Is there anybody who knows a solution?

  • ironhead888 Mar 22, 2008

    Same thing. Its working fine and then the next shot was over-exposed. The cause could be I have taken a shot of the sun and might affected the sensitivity of the lens. It is still a good digicam though old but if there is a way to solve or re-set this digicam please let me know.

  • theking2391 Apr 06, 2008

    hi im 12 years old I have the same problem.I have reset the camera but there is no effect on it, still it is over- exposed. Please help me.

  • Anonymous May 29, 2008

    I have the same problem too. It happened suddenly. It seems the exposure meter or algorithm gone crazy.

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Time for a new one I guess- too old to consider remedial work.

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