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I want the On board Flash to turn on manually

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  • ejvicioso Jan 27, 2009

    Under low-light conditions the flash pops up but it does not flash when the picture is taken.

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If you operate the camera in green Auto mode you don't control the flash, it controls you. Choose any other exposure mode (P is good if you normally use Auto) and the flash will only pop up when you press the release button on the side.

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