Images overexposed unless taken with zoom or low light?
[point-and-shoot Minolta G400] has operated flawlessly (6 years now, maybe that's the problem) and only needed a replacement battery last year. A month ago I noticed that photos taken in very bright light came out horribly overexposed (nearly a white-out), but chalked it up to a draining battery or poor light conditions. Flash doesn't change the situation, either and it's not a problem with the settings. I can zoom in all the way, or take low-light photos and they will come out normal, but the white-out is even starting to impact macro shots - is there any way to fix this? Many thanks!
Is this a good question?