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Flash When i take pictures it shows the red light, and i expect a flash to make my picture brighter, but it suddenly stopped working and not all my pictures just appear red, i want them bright again with my flash working, please help.

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  • g4reel7 Feb 16, 2009

    when i put on my cell phone sometime it might display and show white background



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How to flash

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Silly question as I am sure you have tried but try turning the Flash on permanently in the settings of the camera. Let me know if it works.

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