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Coolpic L310 flash problem

When i pres the button for the flash lid thing to open, the manual says flashs hould automatically work, this does not work for me, the camera is brand new today.

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SOURCE: flash not automatically opening up.

Check the flash setting in the shooting mode (on Auto). Press the "?" button twice. You should see the flash mode window. Small box on the lower left for flash settings (hi-lighted in yellow, or navigate to it). Press OK to see and change flash settings to your preference.

Posted on Apr 21, 2008

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SOURCE: NIkon Coolpix 2100 Digital Camera

Change the setting off from automatic. Choose Flash for all your pictures.

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SOURCE: Nikon D40X built in flash doesn't pop up automatically

This is a common fault with the D40x. You will need to contact Nikon for repair details.

Posted on Apr 02, 2009

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