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How do you turn the flash off?

How do you simply turn off the flash on this camera?

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Christinaaa: You must pressed several times the FLASH button until the regular FLASH ICON (The Thunder Symbol) appears inside a circle. This mode is called "SUPRESSED FLASH"... SithPitt

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