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My son dropped it and the flash no longer works. Pictures still look great outside but all inside pictures are super dark. How easily is the flash replaced and what is an estimated cost so I can plan to get it repaired?

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Contact kodak if you want an estimate for repairs.

If your camera can change the exposure, exposure settings. You could just change it so your camera can absorb more light in dark places.

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Battery life can fluctuate greatly from day to day. It all depends on the type of photography you are doing. For example, on one day, you spent the day taking pictures outside in the sunlight, with no flash, and didn't use your camera's screen to review any of the pictures. The next day, you spent the day inside, taking lots of pictures using the flash, zooming in and out on people's faces and reviewing the pictures using the camera's screen.
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However, if your photography habits have not changed enough to potentially affect battery life, there could be an issue with either the image stabilization hardware or the standby mode of the camera. If the image stabilization (a fully mechanical feature) is malfunctioning, it could be activating when it shouldn't be, such as when the camera is on but you aren't about to take a picture.
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Check the white balance. This should be under menu. When you are outside in sunlight, change is to the sun icon, ect.
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probably the lens inside is damaged or the mechanism which moves the lens is damaged. Focus works with a moving mechanism which moves the lens back and forth.

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When you dropped it one of the circuit boards inside may have cracked, or one of the connections may have severed. This could be potentially dangerous, since the flash circuit accumulates 300 to 500 volts! I would have it checked, but if it's not real new and/or under, say US$150-200, it probably won't be worth fixing. You can check the manufacturer's website for service options.

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Describe wierd - this word means nothing. White flash images are over exposed- so reduce the ISO setting to a lowers number if the camera allows it. or Reduce power of the flash. The easiest way to do this is to put layers of tissue of the light reducing the intensity until you get it about right.

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Pictures are all white when using the flash


it seems that the shutter of your camera is having a problem with. normally whin it gets stucked fully open it creats such problem. you need a help of a repairer.

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