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Z612 HELP!!!!!!!!!!I'm in Hawaii and whenever I take a picture outside it';s nothing but a big white mess. I've adjusted the setting and flash every which way that I can think of. Sometimes there are lines across the screen almost like a rainbow. I can take pictures inside the hotel room as long as the lights are off or behind me. At this point I may need to go buy a disposable camera. Please help A.S.A.P. Thank you.

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I returned the camera to my Temecula Costco after showing them what the pictures looked like. Then I bought A new Kodak 7.1 (Z712-IS). After reviewing the booklet I concluded it could possibly have been the scroll dial on right upper corner known as JOG dial which controls light. But, I'm not sure as I'm not willing to test it on my new camera. By the way, I love this camera. Good Luck.

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