I have very much enjoyed my Casio EX-Z850 digital camera. Suddenly, between photographing one image (which was perfect) and the next, my photos are all greatly overexposed. I have reset all settings to their REC default positions but the problem persists. Can you tell me how this overexposure can be permanently corrected so that my photos are again correctly exposed as before? Thank you.
All settings restored to their default positions. If I alter the EVShift to a negative value, take a photo and then return it to 0.0, sometimes the photo is reasonably good, but if I shut the camera off and try to take a photo several hours later, the image is greatly overexposed.
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Unfortunately what you have described indicates that there is a problem with the ccd (the light sensitive chip that produces the image)or the connection to it thats why you are facing this type of problem.So please contact Casio service center because this type CCD repairing or replacing is not possible at your home.I apologize for this inconvenience.
Your answer is no doubt the correct one but I have rated it "neutral" because unfortunately it doesn't solve my problem!
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