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Before you take a picture, change video mode to picture mode, you can change from MENU setting. If you already have videos and you want to save picture from them, you can play the video, then pause where you want to save the picture. Click PrtSc on your keyboard (Print Screen) > Save the picture > Edit with Adobe Photoshop > Direct Print or you can insert in Office Word page before print them. Some media player even support screen captor, like Power DVD. You can save pictures easily with this software !
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If the Forced flash setting is already enabled and the flash is still not working, then the issue may be due to another camera setting. Even if the Forced flash setting is enabled, the flash will still not work in the following circumstances:
When shooting MPEG movies
When shooting in the Twilight or Handheld Twilight mode
If shooting with the Burst or Multi Burst mode
If an external flash is connected.
Please make sure that the Camera is not set to any of these modes. You can check the manual to get the information to change the setting..
If the issue persists, please reset the Camera and make sure that battery is fully charged.
If the issue persists after performing all the above mentioned troubleshooting steps, service is required.
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You may want to check and change your Iris setting. Many have either a knob to turn for these iris mode settings or some now have a menu to go to and through to change the setting. Some how not enough light is coming through with the setting your camera is set too! Blessings,
A/V Media Guy
I recently had the same frustrating problem. The top of the camera has a little black button that can change from continuous mode or single picture mode. It has to be on single picture mode to change the flash setting. After this is changed you can press the flash setting onthe dial and change the setting. I hope it works for you.
Check the Manual or the Sony web site to get an understanding of Multi burst
You could simply type Multiburst in your search engine.
I gather it is a series of individual still s that play sequentially,
but check it out.