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Hello i want to turn the auto flash off

No option to turn flash off

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    my Cam suddnly wont use the flash

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Press the up arrow on the back of the camera - that seems to be the flash mode setting - select which flash mode you want - you have to hit the down arrow once to see the flash off option which is a picture of a flash symbol in a circle. Then press ok. The flash should now not fire.

Posted on Dec 10, 2008

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