try rain X interior glass antifog on your exterior lense and it should fix the problem, it's the dew on the exterior lense that's causing that. I had the same problem with mine, you have to re-apply every 3-4 weeks, but it will solve the problem. Wal-Mart sells the anti-fog, like $4 for a big bottle.
good idea, I will also try it. The first picture that my camera ever took was of me and it was just my out line, I was completely whited out. I figured I was too close to the flash. Since then I have had very nice pictures, but I still have some of the white out on my night pictures. Thanks for the post and possible solution.
Just letting you know I've had the same problem with the flash. Don't get me wrong, during the day, things are great, but at night all I get is white. You tried the anti-fog and it still does it to you? I haven't tried it yet, but I would like to try something to clear it up. So far only pics of *****, but hey, they can be shot too.
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