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Old Aug 26, 2005, 1:29 AM   #1
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I have had a Kodak DX4330 for a couple of years and it has been working perfectly until some days ago. Since then all the pictures taken at night come out OK, but pictures at daylight come out extremely overexposed. Just as if it was set at a very long time exposition time.

I have taken the batteries out for a whole day in order to reset it, but the problem remains. I hope it's just a false-contact light meter. My question is if someone has a similar camera and has managed to disassemble it correctly. I'm decided to do it, but don't want to break anything.

I live in South America and there's no authorized Kodak centre that would ask for a price higher than that of the camera to give it a look.

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Old Aug 31, 2005, 11:01 AM   #2
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Your aperature is stuck open, you need a new lens. Email me for pricing on a used one. [email protected]
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