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Sony w150 will shut off right after you turn it on or right when you take a picture. It also seams to toggle between different settings like red eye to auto focus settings etc...Main problem is shutting down. The battery is fully charged, it turne off and I have to keep pressing the on off button.

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Hi,

If you can fix it by yourself replace the operation unit and the problem will be solved

Regards Rob NL

Posted on Apr 15, 2009

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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.

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Red eye reduction is not perfect even if the camera offers it. You get a much better solution by using a photo editing program in the computer to remove red eye from your shots. Many such programs have a function just for this that works almost automatically. You may have gotten a photo editing program with the camera, but there are many others downloadable for free on the net, try www.download.com.

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Press MENU to display the menu. Press right-arrow to select the toolbox icon (Setup). Press the arrow keys to select Red Eye Reduction, and turn it off.

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Change your flash mode from slow synchro to something else, sometimes the redeye mode does this to eliminate red eye by dialating the eyes on the first flash and capturing on the second. Check this link, go to page 48-49 and learn about the different flash settings of your camera.

http://www.fujifilmusa.com/shared/bin/J10_E.pdf

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i have a suggestion,

you can use Picasa2 to get rid of the red eye from your pics. however, this is installed on your computer and whenever you will take pictures, there will still be red eye. Picasa2 is very easy to use and you can get rid of the red eye in only matter of seconds.

download Picasa2 here

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while in record mode, press the flash/up button repeatedly until you are in red-eye reduction mode. red-eye reduction mode should greatly reduce the problem when enabled. If this does not work, the software that came with your camera (and most photo editing applications) include a red eye reduction/removal filter.

hope this helps,
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