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How do i get my flash to work on my vivitar DVR 530 to work?

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Look for a button that has a lightning bolt symbol on it. I this button is located on the back of the DVR 530. on the on the left side of the back of this camcorder.... once you've found it, press it and something should change on your screen indicating that the flash is on.

Posted on Sep 10, 2008

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