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My flash won't turn on for my iSonic digital video camera. The instructions say to press the "up" arrow on the camera in the capture mode. I do this, I hear a beep, the tint of the screen changes, but it doesn't flash in any mode. I either see a "no flash" symbol, or nothing, and either way it still doesn't flash.

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Hi dikaya, my husband just bought this camera, where does the charger go? we cant seem to find where to plug it in on the camera at all? I think it must be a separate like docking station that just recharges the lithium battery? is that correct?

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Panasonic Palmcam PV-SD4090 Digital Camera feature a built in flash which can be used to capture image in dimly light conditions. To use the flash first turn on your camera and then press the flash button repeatedly, See the below image to find flash button
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When you will press the button the mode that is selected will be displayed on the LCD viewfinder. When the down arrow sign display on LCD it means your flash is On. now you can use the flash. The flash light automatically lights depending on lighting conditions.

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