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Turn Off Flash

My friend lent me their Panasonic DMC-LS1 Camera, can you please tell me how you turn the flash off, my friend doesn't have manual anymore and hasn't got a clue, thankyou so much

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Press on the button with the right arrow, next to the cammera's display. you will see that the flash icon on the screen now shows a circle with a bar across it

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