I recently aquired a used N80. The camera appears to be in great\ncondition. I put a roll of Kodak 100UC in it that I had around (expires\nJune 2006) in the refridgerator. Well, out of 36 pictures taken, about\n30 of them were extremely over exposed. Many of the over exposed\npictures were in backlit scenes about 1 hour before sunset and in a\ncouple of cases it was a front lit scene near the edge of the\nMississippi. Most of the normally exposed pictures were the first I\ntook, but a couple of them were in the middle of my shots of the river\nwith the front lighting and backlighting near the edge of the\nMississippi.\n\nWhat is the most likely cause of the overexposure? I let the meter do\nits work in either Apeture priority or Shutter priority mode. I took a\npicture of a tree full of white flowers as a test and set the\ncompensation to +1eV and that picture turned out fine. I am afraid\nsomething might be wrong with the shutter, as if it is sticking some of\nthe time. I wonder if it is possible that it was the film. I had the\nfilm developed at Walgreen's as it was a convenient way to check my\nresults (I wouldn't normally waste a good roll of film on Walgreen's).\n\nThoughts?