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Problem with picture quality

When taking pictures on the camera, regardless of the amount of light around, the picture always seems dark/shaded compared to the actual surroundings. This seems to be a recent problem. The camera is on the auto setting whereby the product iteself decides the amount of light/flash required. Any suggestions to resolve ?

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  • sarbjeet singh Jul 16, 2007

    Thanks but any other ideas ? How do I get in touch with the support team ?

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