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Does the flash go down automatically when turning off camera?

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On the HX50V you have to press it down to lock it back down

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More Info please, it will usually go to standby if camera turned off or after the meter shuts down after a predetermined time (nikon default setting in camera is usually 6 secs.).
So if you switch camera back on or push shutter release to wake up metering system flash should automatically come out of standby.
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