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Outside pictures are white

When I take pictures outside they are coming out white. This just started. Any ideas?

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I had the same problem, but I fixed it for now. What happened was that part of the shutter got stuck, so it was taking in too much light from outside. Indoor pictures looked ok, unless there was motion. You can see if this is the same problem by looking in your lens and zooming in-see if anything looks weird; you should just see a reddish circle in the center of the lens. I wouldn't really recommend disassembling your lens like I did, but if you want to, I can try to help.

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Sounds like an over exposure.

Try all modes Aperture, Speed, Program, Manual (try 1/60 f5.6).

If all mode are affected then problem would be how the actual exposure is being controlled by the camera (bad)

If only one mode then check WB (white balance setting)

You didn't say if this was outside

Posted on Nov 29, 2007

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SOURCE: white pictures when taken outside

The lens has suffered impact and the shutter or aperature blades have been damaged and are jamming. The camera needs repair / replacement parts.

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see the link it starts with overexposed pics outside and normal inside but u will see a red or pink or green tinge in pics

http://www.imaging-resource.com/badccds.html

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