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That's just the way the camera works. The first flash allows the camera to judge how much light it needs, and it sets the second flash appropriately when it takes the picture. More sophisticated (and expensive) cameras have a manual mode, where the power of the flash is controlled manually, eliminating the need for the first, pre-flash. With most point&shoot cameras, you're stuck with it.