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Everything is working ok, however, when i take a photo it turns out with too much light in it. Before taking the photo the picture is in normal colour fucus. The menu has not been changed or any buttons adjusted. The camera was working ok up till now.

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Hi Are you sure that the exposure setting of your camera is kept in 0 position?.. if it is in +ve compensation the image will get over exposed under normal lighting condition. If exposure is set to 0 , you try to do a factory reset . If this not solving your problem then it must be the problem with the camera firmware,get the new firmware updated from olympus. all the best sreejith

Posted on Jul 16, 2007

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