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Images too dark or too bright

My camera has worked great for years and suddenly all the pictures i take outside during the day are too bright and inside or outside at night are too dark. i have read the manual and tried to change the settings and nothing, i have even reset the camera and it still has the problem. please help.

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Metering has gone on the .Can you set the camera to Aperture priority or speed priority?Set to either permanently if you cane then you should get a standard exposure. The inside shots may appear dark, but all the information is there and a treak in an image editor will brighten them up. Cant do the same for too bright images though if they burnout then that's it. a repair is not likely got a birthday any time soon Got some one that luvs you enough to buy you the next one.?

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