12-17-2022 03:28 AM - last edited on 12-17-2022 08:23 AM by Danny
I recently was cleaning my cabinet when I found my old Cannon IXUS camera. I decided to take a photo with it at first when I was shooting the photo nothing was wrong but when I check the image it was overexposed. The image was very bright, whatever picture I took was all white I tried to rest the settings to default I even tried to decrease the brightness to the lowest but nothing working still the same result. Cannon community can I please get some help?
12-17-2022 07:02 AM
There are many versions of the IXUS model line, but here is a screenshot of a typical model.
Look for a menu page on the camera similar to this and reset camera settings to factory values to see if that helps.
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