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Flash I woul like DESATIVATE the flash to take some photos. Where is this comand? Thank you

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I do not exactly know the menu of your photo camera, but on my Olympus there is the left button on the cross button that exists at the back of the camera. By pressing it once while you are in the "Shot" mode, not in "Play" mode you activate it. If you press again you de-activate it. Therefore, as you can understand the operation is toggled by pressing the left button on the cross. You also have an icon which everytime you press the button it "tells" you if the Flash is ON or OFF.

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