I got this camera from my dad and when I take pictures with it inside they come out pretty decent but when I take pictures outside where it is very sunny and bright its like the picture is over exposed causing the picture to be very bright. I've played with a bunch of settings and still not getting no results does any idea how I can fix this?
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Re: finepix 2600 problems
The 2600 is an old camera now....
I had it as a first digicam, and did not really had the same problems! Only at the beach, at very bright sunlight, pictures were not always the best...
If you see the first part of my Thailand pictures, just see the link, there are pictures taken with the same camera.
If you think they are better then yours, then the only thing I can say is that there is a fault at the camera!
This camera had at his time not a bad reputation, don't forget it is only 2 MP.
I have taken it recently to Disneyland, when they stole my G 3, and still had some decent stuff out of it. Battery-life is very poor though!
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Consider NOT connecting your camera to your computer.
The best way to download pictures from your camera to your computer involves removing the memory card from the camera and plugging it into a card reader (either built-in to the computer or connected via USB or FireWire). This is likely to be faster than connecting the camera to the computer, and won't run down your camera's batteries.
Once the card is plugged in, it will appear to your computer as a removable drive. You can use the operating system's drag&drop facility to copy pictures from the card to the computer's hard drive, the same way you copy any other files. Or you can use Windows Photo Gallery or any other photo cataloging program.
proove to fiond it on ebay international seller is possible that you find in the world only the catch or it s possible that you find a entire faulty camera..and disassemble the catch form the camera.. i hope that i have help you. sorry for my english
I Havee The Same Problem And Ive Been Reading Around And The Most Decent Answer I Found About What Was Wrong Was That Something Had Just Come Loose Inside So That Might Help Because Something Wiring Upo To The Screen Might Be Loose Its Worth A Shot.
You didn't state whether or not you are using a memory card in your camera. If you are storing pictures strictly on the camera's internal memory and you have a high megapixel camera, it is quite possible that your memory is full. I have seen cameras with only 8 MB of internal memory which will hold very few pictures before giving you a "memory full" message.
If you have a card reader for your computer, see if the card works on your computer.
If it does then try just using windows to format your card, sometimes after extensive use cards can have their contents table messed up with lots of pictures being erased and created.
Otherwise try another card to see if it is the camera itself.
If more than one card doesn't work its probably the camera, and unless you bought a extended service plan with the people you bought it from your probably be better off to buy a new camera then trying to get it fixed.
Small electronics like cameras are very rarely cheap to fix and thats if the manufacturer will even consider doing it