Not able to change flash setting - button not working
Everything else about the camera appears to be working fine, but when I try to change the flash setting nothing happens. It is currently stuck on manual w/ no flash so any pictures I take at night turn out blurry because the shutter speed is so slow. Any ideas on how to fix?
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Hi hookerglen. NOTE The flash does not work while recording video clips.
To change the flash setting, press the Flash button on the top
of the camera until the desired setting appears on the Image
Display. The camera remains in the current flash setting until
you change it or turn off the camera.
please fellow the instructions in the picture bellow aid you use your hp cameras flash light better.
1/30 is the camera speed setting which is very slow for a daylight shot.. and would possibly produce a blurry overexposed pic if it did take one F3.5 is the aperture setting which is small. an ideal aperture in daylight setting is F8 and a speed of 100 being relatively standard. Try changing both the speed and aperture settings on the wheel =to obtain the nearest or exactly this and then try. Otherwise it needs a service or a recharge Also try changing the battery in case there is something wriong with the one in the camera
I would lower my IE settings as far down as possible. I would also go to Internet Options/click on Settings located under Browsing History/click on the View Objects button and delete any corrupted or none working versions of flash and java. Then I would go to adobe.com and java.com to install new version of flash and java.
To Change your flash settings, press the Delete Button while in Photo mode until desire setting. I had the same problem!
http://www.vtechkids.com/_f/_pw/_manual/80-077300%20Kidizoom%20Camera.pdf (Page 9)
I had a similar problem, where the only option on the menu for the flash was off. I initialised the camera (reset everything), and the flash options have reappeared, and it now appears to work fine (initialise is in the settings menu from home).
i think the firmware is corrupted ..... you must install new firmware .... just visit the nearby showroom or technician he will install the new firmware .......... for installing firmware it may costs some 300 to 400 bugs .... how ever there may be other problems too may be the battery is dead just change battery and check.... check whether it is detecting in pc or not..........
Upon startup lens emerges but when screen appears it is white whereas it normally displays whatever the lens sees.When the shutter button is pressed the camera will focus and take a white picture which can be deleted.The camera does not flash although flash is set to automatic and photo taken in a dark room.Camera flashes (weakly) with flash set to manual on.Lens is unobstructed and appears to be perfectly normal.Camera was not dropped.Batteries have been changed.
The sensor for the auto-ISO may be working incorrectly. Try changing the ISO manually for different light modes. You can also try to change the white balance of the LCD.
-Setting the white balance:
1. Set the camera to still image mode
2. Press the "Set" button
3. "White Balance" should be the current selection
4. Press the "Flower" button or "Flash" button to move through the available options for white balance
5. Press "Set" again when change appropriately
- Setting the ISO:
The higher the ISO value, the less light the camera needs to make an exposure, allowing the same exposure to be achieved with higher shutter speeds or smaller apertures. In a digital camera, higher ISO value allows higher shutter speed, at the expense of mottled or grain appearing in the final picture.
1. Set the camera to Still Image mode.
2. Press the "Set" button.
3. Press the "scn" or "timer" button to select ?ISO?.
4. Press the "Flower" or "Flash" button to select the desired setting.
5. Press the "set" button to select.
50/100/200 In the same lighting condition, the higher the ISO value is, the faster the shutter speed will be.
I hope this helps.