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My camera is cheap and when i take pics indoors i use flash and they are super bright and when its off its super dark how do i fix it?

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When I take pics indoors with flash-the pics are dark. NO PROBLEM outdoors in sunlight. Batteries are fresh, no otherproblems with camera

Turn on your Flash light (push lightening with arrow symbol) when capturing indoors, this should solve the problem.

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Are you taking pics on auto mode or manual?

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My canon powershot s3 IS is taking really dark pictures. The only decent pictures I can take with it are outside in sunlight. Pics indoors come out dark and grainy. I flip up the flash, but most of the...

This is not an answer. The S3 normally does not produce dark pictures, and I have seen this issue before. It has to do with a setting somewhere on that camera that needs to be adjusted. I wish I knew what that setting was/is as my wife's camera has recently started doing this ...

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My Canon 550d is new and right out of the box on full auto indoor pics are dark. If I go to no flash mode they are much brighter. It's like the flash is out of sync. Is it the camera or me?

the flash only covers a certain range and the built in flash has quite a small range. so lets say its dark in the room and you take a shot of a person they probably look really bright but the background is pretty dark, thats pretty normal and its better not to use flash, now in the auto mode without flash it will be using a higher "ISO" number to get you brighter shots indoors. shots may look slightly grainer but it means its brighter and the 550d handles low light pretty well.

in auto mode you have no control over the ISO but put the camera into P mode which is basically auto but with access to more controls which you can override. now next to the shutter button there is an "ISO"button. experiment with the different numbered setting (100 being low 3200 being high) and you will see what I mean

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Pics too bright when I use flash

Hi there,
Try to adjust the Flash intensity, if u need the manual you can read it here:

(Menu Functions :page 32)
(Flash Mode :page 25)

hope it help,

Apr 17, 2010 | Olympus C-7000 Zoom Digital Camera

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Dark pictures

I have a similar problem. Indoor pictures are ok but outdoor ones are bright and washed out like as if it is getting too much light. Tried to reset to defaults but no help. Suggestions ?(

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Indoor photos are too dark and skin tones orange-ish

I have the same problem at my church with the indoor lighting on my camera. I'm able to get it work by putting the whole thing on manual and adjusting the lighting settings that way.

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My camera c633 takes photos but flash wont work????even with new batt???

It is eathe the bulb or the flash circuit. if you are going to fix it yourself watch out for the flash compasitor. If you are going to send it in watch the cost. It sould be fairly cheap to have fixed.

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Camera Flash & Picture

I just got this camera for Christmas the only way that I know of how to fix it is to change the exposure manually. If the picture is to bright you need a negative exposure, if it is to dark you need a positive exposure. I have noticed that the auto exposure does not get the correct setting that you need for the lighting.

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Why do some of my pictures come out dark or with shadows?

Your Polaroid Fun! Digital 320 camera does not have a flash. If pictures are coming out dark, it's because there wasn't enough light in the surroundings when the picture was taken. Remember, it's important to take photos in brightly lit surroundings. When taking pictures indoors, make sure that the room has bright lighting. For best results, take pictures during daylight hours with a combination of indoor and outdoor light, preferably near a window.

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