I live in Florida, where it's always bright and sunny. Sorry, not rubbing it in, we're lucky. When I film outside, the camera's automatic setting usually seems to default to an overexposed state. I'll then click on the screen and try to find the area I want to set the exposure, but that doesn't seem to do much. Little increments, if any. See this video as an example: During the filming of the video it was on automatic, it was obviously overexposed, and I kept clicking on various parts of the screen to get the exposure right. But again, only minor adjustments seemed to result. And I did not have the AE lock on. If I was able to get a good exposure I would have then set the AE lock. Any suggestions?