Question about Cameras
Hi. The camera could be faulty but it could also be because the camera settings have been changed so anything you take in good light is is 'over exposed'.
Try restoring all the options in the cameras menus to the original settings by using the review menu options of the camera e.g. on Samsung cameras this can be done as follows:-
[Setup2 Menu> 'Initialisation']
Then try taking some pictures with controls on 'Auto' at first.
Posted on Jan 16, 2011
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