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Vivitar vivicam 3188

I have tried serveral attempts to work the flash, the camera itself works.. but however in poor room lighting the additional flash is required...

i am terrible with techno goods.. and usuallly need to be shown how to work things.

if you could shed a little light on the matter i would be very grateful!
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  • sexikirstie1 Nov 02, 2008

    my camera is coming on has normal but when i take a picture there is no flash and i have looked through the camera and cant find it x

  • hey_how_U_do Jan 02, 2009

    Yep - Same problem here too. There is a button on the back of the camera (left Arrow) this is supposed to turn the flash on (at least I think so!), but it doesn't! Has anyone sussed how to do it? Let us know please.

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