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To my knowledge there is no Kodak DX 7500. So you are referring to a DX 5700 or a DX 7590. for both, start charging the battery. Then after you put in the battery, press the on / off button for a second the camera should switch on. But considering the age of the camera, it could be the battery does not work. I wonder if it is worth buying a battery for an almost 10 year old camera. So if it does not work, don't try to buy a battery, it could be more expensive then a brand new camera, delivering better results than the camera you now have.
It sounds like the flash up switch is stuck closed so that even though the flash is down the camera thinks it is up. Slide a business card under the left side (the rewind side if you are old enough to remember film cameras) of the flash when it is down to free the latch and remove the two screws on the bottom of the flash so you can pop off the cover. You can then see the switch on the release side of the flash at the pivot. The flash up switch contact that looks like a crooked finger should be above the post. Gently reposition it and check the action of the switch by manually freeing the latch. Be very careful. There may be over 300 volts across the two wires that are soldered to the flash tube. If you touch them you will get a nasty shock.
Hi,Flash comes automatically in A ( Auto ) mode..if you want to use flash manually as Fill in ,you have to switch the other modes as P, S, M ,modes and open the flash with the little sliding key nearby..
The macro mode is for taking close-up pictures. In this mode the flash will not work. There's a slide switch on the end of the camera, near the USB jack. Slide the switch away from the flower and toward the mountain.
Macro mode is for taking pictures of things very close to the camera.
There is probably a slide switch on the left end of the camera as viewed from the back. Slide it away from the flower and toward the mountain to get it off macro mode. If the switch isn't there, please reply to this post telling us what model Vivitar camera you have.
Macro mode is used for taking close-up pictures. In this mode, as the camera says, you cannot use the flash. There's a slide switch on the left side of the camera, near the USB jack. To take the camera out of macro mode, slide it away from the flower and toward the mountain.
There's a slide switch on the left side of the camera, near the USB port. Slide the switch away from the flower icon toward the mountain icon to switch it out of macro mode. The macro mode is for taking pictures of subjects very close to the camera, and the camera won't fire the flash when in macro mode.