Having problems with your Nikon D60 Digital Camera ?

Nikon D60 (Auto Mode)

\015 When i am taking pictures using Auto Mode sometimes the output is either too bright or too dark. At first i do not have a problem with it the camera works very well, but after my trip using the camera i am now having a problem with it. What should i do please help.ThanksRhan\015

Answers :

Read up on exposure and take the camera out of Auto mode.
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