Re: I can't remember how to turn the flash back on to...
If the light is on will that help? You can turn the light on by opening up the camera lens and then click on settings. Turn on light is about the 5th one along. I have been playing with phone trying to get flash to go on too but as yet have still to discover how. Must look out manual!
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What do you mean by flash mode?
Have you read the manual how to use the camera?
If nothing from there helps, try connecting it via USB and check if there is firmware update. If even that doesn't help, try acessing menu and doing hard reset from there.
@ alan o'brien, Samsung D53 digimax draws a lot of current from the battery thus, you need to replace your batteries with a HIGHER current ratings, sufficient enough to run the motor. This miniature motor inside the D53 camera drives the reduction gears functions, to extend and retract the mechanical lens. During this processes it is drawing a lot of current from the battery. In order to conserve and prolong battery power avoid zooming in and out, utilize the function speed 50-400 and manually adjust aperture to minimize the unnecessary use of flash. In other words, go manual mode. Here's the battery specs. 2800ma NiMH rechargeable battery. Refer and follow manufacturers recharging instructions for best result. Do not leave batteries inside the camera even when not in use because the circuit inside is still on the standby mode and not necessarily off. Hope i have satisfy your curiosity. If you can, kindly share with me some of your best photo taken from your D53 digimax. Thank you.
Hi hookerglen. NOTE The flash does not work while recording video clips.
To change the flash setting, press the Flash button on the top
of the camera until the desired setting appears on the Image
Display. The camera remains in the current flash setting until
you change it or turn off the camera.
please fellow the instructions in the picture bellow aid you use your hp cameras flash light better.
make sure the dial at the top of the camera is set to AUTO or the green camera icon. When you are in position to take a picture, press the left button on the circle pad on the back of the camera; it should look like a SQUIGGLY ARROW this is the sign for flash. that button should turn it on, off, at automatic based on the current lighting.
Hope this helps!
There is a button on the back of your camera with a flash icon on it. Just press the button once and it will show the current state of the flash. If a display comes with a round around a flash symbol, that looks like a wave of lightning, then the flash is off. Press again once more and it will go to flash on, and then if you press again it will go to auto flash mode.
1 Open the lens barrier fully. • The current flash setting is displayed on the monitor. 3 Press íagain to set the flash mode. • Each time you press í, the flash mode changes in the following sequence: “AUTO” – “ Red-eye reduction” – “ Fill-in flash” – “ Flash off”. 4 Press the shutter button halfway. • When the flash fires, the orange lamp lights steady. 5 Press the shutter button fully to take the picture. Flash off, ( it looks like a lightening strike with a line going through it) that will dissable the flash
I believe you're pushing the wrong button. The way to turn the flash on/off is to push the top part of the ring that surrounds the "FUNC SET" button. This is the same ring that you push left/right to scroll backward/forward through the pictures you've already taken. Similarly, you push the bottom of that ring to turn the "macro" function on/off. Hope this helps.
An ERR 05 message indicates that the camera's flash pop up mechanism has encountered a problem due to either an obstruction (such as your hand or something blocking it), a jam (impact damage), or an electrical failure.
Try the following steps, in order, to try and resolve the issue. If nothing works, the camera will have to be sent in for service (call Canon Tech Support @ 1-800-828-4040):
1. Turn the camera off. Ensure that nothing is blocking the pop
up flash. Turn your mode dial to one of the Creative Zone
modes (P, AV, TV. or M). Now turn your camera back on
and attempt to take a flash shot. You will need to manually
press the flash button to do so.
2. Turn your camera on and perform a hard reset by pressing the
MENU button, tabbing over to the Set Up 2 menu tab and
selecting the option "Clear Camera Settings / Clear All
Camera Settings" options, and then removing the camera
batteries, date/time battery, and memory card for a period
of approximately 2 minutes. Then reinstall all items, turn
your camera on, reset the date and time and perform step
number 1 above.