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I have a power shot sd 960 is that takes great pictures indoors. But blank pictures outsidel

kjzcpa
Apprentice
Why would the camera take a great picture indoors, and a blank picture outside???
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jfo
Rising Star

I suspect that the picture isn't blank, but actually "blown out".  In other words, there is so much light outside that the sensor cannot distinguish anything other than "EGADS! TONS OF BRIGHTNESS"... similar to when you walk outside from a dark room and your eyes haven't adjusted yet.

 

Are you shooting in the camera's "Auto" mode?  

Yes. The picture is entirely white. I never had this before.

Yes

Can you post/upload some examples for us? 

 

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Yes the auto mode
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