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Night problems My night time photos are all black.With very little of anything visible.My camera is set on standard flash,on 24 hr a day picture taking time. My day photos are great but night shots are poor. This is a Bushnell 5.0mp trailscout model 119905. Please help!

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Have you tried it with the led flash mode

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