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Imagines are dark even in bright light

Flash does not flash all the time.

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The flash settings should have been kept in auto mode.if you want the flash always.normally, there is a button near the lcd screen, with the symbol of a lightning flash. when you press it once it sets the flash mode to auto, second time it sets it to "flash always on mode", third time "flash always off" mode.you can refer this process in instruction manual also.thanks for using fixya! please dont forget to rate my solution.

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Lets try to change the settings first.
Try to change the settings of your camera, look in your manual. What your looking for is ISO, this is the exposure. By taking practice shots and changing ISO you will find a setting that will match your preference.

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The Flash is useful up to approximately six feet, after which distance the light is less effective. The Flash is good for close subjects in low light. The Flash is not good to use when taking pictures in large rooms with low light or night / evening scenes. When the Flash is used, the shutter speed is automatically faster to compensate for the light from the flash. This means less natural light through the lens. This can cause dark images in large rooms or evening scenes. In this case, TURN OFF THE FLASH and allow the shutter speed to automatically slow down to adjust for natural light. Your images will be more bright. Be careful, slower shutter also means more potential for blur from motion by you or your subjects.

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