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I have some exposure problems (I think) with Kodak EasyShare DX4330

When I take a picture at daylight the picture appears white but when I take the picture at night it appears fine.

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There should be an option in your menu to do whats called a white balance. Whenever there is an significant change in lighting, it is usually benifital to do this so that the camera knows what color white is. If you need help with the white balance, your manual should tell you what you need to know.

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