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Flash light is not opening up

My nv10 was working perfectly. but now the flash light got stuck. it is not opening up while taking pictures in flash on mode. What should I d...Please suggest.

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Give it a few good taps with the end of your finger, this may help to unstick it. if it opensup, clean all around it with a damp (not wet) cloth...

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Set the flash at "0" for the most uniform pictures, and try a better lit environment and work in the 4' to 8' range. Generally, your pictures taken outside in good light, with the sun at your back will be the best. The rest, especially flash, often require some manipulation of the environment..I.E. lighting.

A perfect picture requires a perfect subject, perfect pose, perfect foreground lighting, and perfect background lighting.

So, the answer to you question is; there is no perfect setting, which will constantly produce perfect pictures.

Good Luck..

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