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Help with red flash?????

Everytime i take a picture there is a red flash and there is also the white flash, how do i remove the red flash?

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Do you mean, the AF Illuminator (the bright orange/red light that appears before the picture is taken)?? If so, all have to do is click on menu, scroll all the way to the right (into the setup menu) and go to the camera icon. From there, go down to the AF Illuminator and switch it from "Auto" to "Off".

Hope that resolves your problem!!

Posted on May 14, 2008

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