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Re: Everything else functions proberly with the exeption...
Rotate the mode dial on top to AUTO and take a picture indoors. Did the flash work? If not, next check the tightness of all screws around the perimeter of the camera (these are sometimes used as a safety feature to turn off flash if the camera is opened). If a screw is loose, tighten it. If a screw is missing, you'll need to find a replacement. Usually only one or two screws are used as the safety switch. Try swapping out one of the other screws as a replacement. Finally, if no screws are missing, and the camera does not flash in AUTO indoors, then unfortunately the flash mechanism has failed. This is difficult to replace, and is only recommended to be repaired by a Canon service center.
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Here is the solution: Flash cannot be used in burst mode! You must set the camera to single shot mode!
This really surprised me, since in my old Konica Minolta the burst mode did not prevent flash, it just took a single picture if the flash was activated or multiple pictures when the flash was disabled.
A camera flash against a glass, or any reflective surface, will bounce the flash light right back at you. Turn off flash when shooting through glass. Note flash is only for shots less than 12 ft distance. It take it you are shooting scenery shots through vechicles or buildings, ie, long scenery shots anyway, so flash does nothing but bad things.
Hello I have a similar problem... I have 3 years or 4 the camera and in this moment I go to realease a photo this morning and see a circle in the center. More or less the same.
thanks for all if you know anything
I would think it implies the camera / flash / whatever is still functioning after that many operations (pictures)... of course everything wears out eventually, film, digital cameras and flash too.
In this year I may hit 15,000 pictures with my FZ10... I expect the mechanical (zoom, doors, buttons & switches) will last several years.
My vivitar 283 flash units may hit 2,000 flashes this year.