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Sony dsc730 when i take a picture camera won't flash and picture

When i take a picture it won't flash and when it does the picture is so dark. i don't know how to set up the brightness on it and when you do take a picture it shuts down the power and won't come back on and the batteries are new .

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The camera doesn't stay on and it won't flash when picture is taken and when it does the picture is too dark

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