I've had a Panasonic Lumix ZS30 for a few years and have loved it. I shoot a lot of pictures on the iA automatic mode. Recently, all the pictures I take on sunny days come out overexposed. Indoor shots and pics in the shade are still good. I brought the camera to a store and they did a reset of the settings: no change. I brought it to a different local store to be repaired and the guy said there was nothing wrong with it (it was a cloudy day). Any idea of what is happening? Should I send it back to Panasonic? (of course, it is no longer on warranty). I always thought that in the automatic mode, the settings would adjust by themselves... I am most puzzled by the fact I did not have that problem before.
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