The problem is just the same. I'm using the CANON EOS 40D. All the pictures are too dark. I can't take two pictures. Only switching off and on again. The camera has a "external flash" adjust and I can't use it because a warning message appear
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The dark halo, is caused, by the size of the lens. The convertor lens, is smaller than the front lens of your Samsung and blocking the light on the sides.
That is the halo you see. If you want a conversion lens for your Samsung, you need a bigger one.
Almost certainly the pictures are dark and blurred because the flash doesn't work. These cameras are not worth repairing, generally, so either just use it in daylight or get another one - and don't buy Sanyo. Canon, HP, Panasonic, Samsung are better.
This is probably not the camera settings. Pentax k200D wilt only give auto-flash with just three of their own units. Sounds like you have the Bower set on Auto. Set the flash to Manual, and adjust exposure on the aperture setting with the body set to manual as well. Note that several people have reported problems with Bower units on digital cameras (and not just on Pentax)
I guess you are using the automatic mode ( not the "P" mode).
You should enable flash only when there is insuffient light.
If you use flash in broad day light, your pic will be whited out.
If you dont use flash in dark or low light, your pic will be dark or very dark.
So, when it comes of dark, try enabling the flash.
If its still dark, increase the flash compensation (the eV value).
If its still dark, increase the ISO number.
Hope these help.
I also purchased a Bower 724AFN to use with my D80, and experience the same problems. Received confirmation from Nikon that this flash unit is not compatible with the camera. I then purchased an SB-600 flash, and haven't looked back. It's worth the extra money for this high quality unit; fully compatible, and compliments the TTL features of the D80. I'll never deviate from original Nikon accessories again.
I just got this camera for Christmas the only way that I know of how to fix it is to change the exposure manually. If the picture is to bright you need a negative exposure, if it is to dark you need a positive exposure. I have noticed that the auto exposure does not get the correct setting that you need for the lighting.