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Old Jul 13, 2010, 11:08 AM   #4
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I'd also suggest resetting your camera back to factory defaults, in case it remembers your settings in some modes. Otherwise, you may end up getting overexposed and noisy images if you use a mode that has the same settings as your first photo unless you change your Exposure Compensation back to 0 and lower your ISO speed, as I suspect you changed some of those settings along the way without realizing it.

You'll find a RESET choice in your setup menus to reset all settings back to factory defaults.
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