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Is there a way to shut off auto flash when I use manual programs on the D60?

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Yes. Simply press the flash down until it clicks into place.

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there is a button just to the left of the flash on the camera that should pop up the flash or if you are in auto mode it shoud pop up by itself.. if these do not work then your flash is stuck and you could just pull up in it and it should open but I dont recommend that just in case you break it.. but I have done that several times

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If it's not CLS-compatible, then you'll have to take it off Auto-TTL. If the flash has a sensor, you can let the flash control itself (assuming it's at the same distance from the subject as the camera). Otherwise you'll have to go manual.

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Nikon d60 When I try to take a picture with the


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the flash settings should have been kept in auto mode.if you want the flash always.normally, there is a button near the lcd screen, with the symbol of a lightning flash. when you press it once it sets the flash mode to auto, second time it sets it to "flash always on mode", third time "flash always off" mode.you can refer this process in instruction manual also.thanks for using fixya! please dont forget to rate my solution.

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