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    Default Overexposed shots with Casio Exilim

    I've got a 2 year old Casio Exilim which is starting to play up on me.

    During the day when I try to take shots, they are all overexposed, regardless of whether I tweak the EV and other settings.
    But at night, it is much better.

    My friend said that it could be due to condensation inside the lens (cos I brought it to a hot and dry place, then to a hot and humid place) or dust.

    Is that possible, and if so, how can I rectify the problem?

    THanks for any help!

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    Default Re: Overexposed shots with Casio Exilim

    Can post some samples with EXIF?

    BC

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    Default Re: Overexposed shots with Casio Exilim

    Quote Originally Posted by Scaglietti View Post
    Can post some samples with EXIF?

    BC
    Here's a sample:

    http://picasaweb.google.com/ctbrain/...46361892912626

    Resolution 2048x1536
    Focal length 6.2mm
    Exposure 1/160
    Aperture f/4.3
    Metering Mode Matrix
    Exposure Aperture Priority

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    Default Re: Overexposed shots with Casio Exilim

    wa how come also got horizontal bands

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    Default Re: Overexposed shots with Casio Exilim

    Quote Originally Posted by soppos View Post
    Here's a sample:

    http://picasaweb.google.com/ctbrain/...46361892912626

    Resolution 2048x1536
    Focal length 6.2mm
    Exposure 1/160
    Aperture f/4.3
    Metering Mode Matrix
    Exposure Aperture Priority
    Seems to be a problem with your camera. Not just overexposure.


    BC

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    Default Re: Overexposed shots with Casio Exilim

    casio hahax.
    looks like u gotta complain to their service center!
    u shouldnt even be seeing bars on ur photo.

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    Default Re: Overexposed shots with Casio Exilim

    did u set it to one of those "special effects" settings?

    if not, think ur sensor got problem le.

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    Default Re: Overexposed shots with Casio Exilim

    hi,

    think your sensor spoilt liao....
    2 years should be warranty over already....

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    Default Re: Overexposed shots with Casio Exilim

    Yup, I got a shock too when those horizontal bands appeared!
    Hoped dat it was just some settings I accidentally changed, but there were no special modes or settings.

    Looks like the camera is just a goner.

    This is an excuse to head to MS Color to get the f50fd perhaps =)

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    Default Re: Overexposed shots with Casio Exilim

    Wonder if it's the same Sony sensor blight affecting some cameras (e.g. my old Nikon Coolpix 5700). Maybe you can check if there're some Casio advisories for a free fix

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