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Casio EX-S600 The answer may be right in front of my eyes but, I wanted to know if there was some automatic lighting for this camera aside from the Flash that is accessible when in a dim lighted enviroment. I was out for dinner & wanted to take pictures with my camera and the lighting in the place was very dim and when I focused my camera I could not see on the screen the people I was trying to take the picture, it was only after the picture was taken because of the flash that I was able to see what the people looked like.

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Try out your "Best Shot" modes and see if you have a high sensitivity mode on that model. It works great for low lit areas. Other than that there isn't any kind of "auto light" that I know of on that model.

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The FORCED OFF mode is the setting where flash is not activated in any recording condition. this mode used when taking pictures in places where the use of the flash is not permitted.

There are other 5 different mode/setting in using photo flash.

1. AUTO - flash automatically activated according to the recording condition.

2. AUTO/Red-eye reduction - flash is automatically activated according to the recording condition. It reduces the red-eye phenomenon by triggering the flash before actually recording the picture. After that, the flash is activated for actual recording again.

3. FORCED ON - use the when your subject is back-lit or under fluorescent light.

4. FORCED ON/Red-eye reduction - use this when you set the camera to PARTY MODE

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Hi The product you have given has Built-in flash with Auto, Forced on, Red-eye on, and forced off (Red-eye reduction On or Off).
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