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Flash problems When ever i take the flas off the camera shaky signal comes up and my pictures come out blurry.

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Re: Flash problems

I assume you mean when ever you switch the flash off. This is because there is not enough light for the particular setting the camera is on and the images are blurred because of the long exposure is causing camera shake. Check the menu and see in you can select a higher ISO figure- Say 400

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