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No flash fill option, I have only two flash options, auto and off.

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So, if this is the case, what is your question? Do you have the manual for this camera? If not, go to their website and download it and read it. Perhaps you have overlooked a menu setting somewhere.

Posted on Jul 16, 2009

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I have olympus fe 4010 camera and I can't take a picture when flash on. Any idea to slove it?


Although it is difficult to understand what you mean, I will try to help you.
The camera does not know a setting with flash on. The options you have is flash auto, red eye, fill in and flash off.
So if you want to use the flash, chose flash auto, or fill in. When you are in a dark room, and making portraits, us the option red eyes. When you have the camera to full auto, you don't need to worry about the flash, because when the camera thinks there is not enough light it will flash automatically. When you chose flash off, and it is too dark the camera can't focus and can't shoot a picture.

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I bough new sony cyber shot DSC Tx 10 camera but could not found the forced flash option. there is only automatic flash and no flash. How can I found forced flash??


In Intelligent Auto mode that's true, you only have Auto or Off. If you want more options you should switch to Program mode. There you can select Auto, On, Slow sync, and Off.

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The flash on my Nikon d3000 won't pop up, and I'm not given the option to change the setting in the camera- it's set at no flash, with no other options


which option do you choose? AUTO, S, P, A, or M?
you can easily make the flash popped at S, P, A, M option by pressing the button near the lens, indicates with FLASH icon

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Not able to choose between flash settings


Take the camera out of the AUTO or Easy (heart) mode. In these two modes, only Auto is available for the flash.

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Flash option wont work


when the camera is on auto the flash will not activate unless lighting conditions require it. i suspect if you cannot find an "on" choice in the menu that is to save the batteries.

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Canon IXUS 80IS - I can't turn the flash on


When this camera is in "Auto" mode the only flash functions available are Auto or Flash Off - in order to get the option of "Flash On" for all pictures you have to put the camera in "Manual" mode - to do this:

-Set the mode switch to the camera icon
-Press the "Func./Set" button
-Use the left or right arrow keys to set it to Manual mode (its icon looks like half a camera with the letter M beside it)
-Press the "Func./Set" button again to save your mode change.

Now when you press the flash button and cycle through the choices there will also be a "Flash On" option.

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Nikon D50 : how do I ensure the flash will fire on day shots?


Auto mode only allows for "Auto Flash", "Auto Flash with red eye" or "Forced Flash Off". Forced, flash "ON" does not exist in Auto.

Put it into "P" for programmable mode. Then press the flash button on the left-face. The flash will pop-up. While holding the button, turn the selector dial to select what you want the flash to do - the little flash icons will display on the top panel as you do this.

Cheers.

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Taking pictures without flash takes a long time


You need to change the flash mode. It sounds like you may have "Flash On" (which seems to be a flash-fill mode) when what you need is "Auto Flash". To change the flash mode, press the flash button, then use the right/left arrows to highlight the right option, then menu/OK to select and save the option. Let me know if you need a link to the user manual for more details.

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Nikon coolpix


hello,

its the round selection button on the back of the camera showing the flash option,

once selected you can scroll and see auto, rey eye reduction, off, fill in flash, slow sinc.

you press the ok in the center of the button to lock your selection.

good luck!

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Flash will not fire


Not much info to work with (no model number), but if your flash is the type that needs to be popped open, and you have done this, also check your camera settings.
There is often a setting for flash and options include red eye (two flashes), no flash, auto, etc. Some devices allow you to always flash (to use as fill), but others do not.

DigiChick

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