I have tried all the settings and looked through the manual and online. With BRAND new batteries I still can not get the flash to time correctly. This is a new problem for a couple months. Of course the daytime photos are beautiful. Thye do not require flash. it happens on all the settings but the most pronounced is the red eye. It might Flash the one time before but then NOT flash at the time of the picture. Making it dark. Then it Might only flash VERY BRIGHTLY at the picture whiting everythign out. Is it a bad camera or is it fixable?
This problem is fixable. set the camera under the fill-in flash mode. do the ff:
-click the flash button, (right button that has broken arrow on it)
-click it for many times until you see the icon of a big crooked arrow without something with it on the screen, that means your camera is nder the fill in flash.
when set under this mode, the flash will work in any instance you're in. because under the red eye function, flash is usually turned off.
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hi, well the error does depend on the controller used
if it's just three flashes ans a pause the following statement is correct however if it 's three flashes then it flashes again a different number of times then the fault is something else , can you please confirm this ?
the manual said
The motor has a short circuit to a battery connection.
Contact your service agent
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If you need software to connect the camera to your computer, visit the site of the camera manufacturer and look for the support tag. There or if you see a field with "your device" (something like that, put the model from your camera and look for the line manuals.
Or in Google tupe "Canon powershot G12 manual" when yours is a G12. But don't click the first hits, with manuals online or free manuals and the brand and model name, because these are phishing sites, trying to install everything on your computer and most of the time don't have the manual you ask for. Just open the site, where the brand name comes first. Next time you have a question, please add the brand and model name in the question.
Page 27 of the user manual says:
Lower the flash by gently pushing it down. When not taking pictures, lower the flash.
The manual is online with Nikon USA. but here is the picture of that page. See bottom of the page.
Well the check engine light flashes as part of your OBD2 technology that in the vehicle what you do if you can is count the number of times it flashes, that number is what technicians refer to is the manual trouble shooting code tells them without having to hook up a scanner what system or part is going wrong in the vehicle. if it flashes when you put it into passing gear it could have something to do with your tranny or possibly even your gear box. if you have the code number you can usually look it up online by going to google.com entering the year of your vehicle followed by OBD2 trouble code number "then insert the number of times it flashed before going off completely"
Can you try to turn off the Flash? as this is the only part where it drains the power much to keep the capacitor charged. Try this and at the same time you can check if any firmware upgrade is also available online or some other source on the net.
Try lithium batteries or rechargables in the 2500mah range,to me they seem to work best in a flash.
If you use alkalines,use a well known brand.But with alkalines,as they loose power it takes longer for the flash to recycle.
Also the monitor might need to be calibrated or adjusting brightness and contrast.
Mine sometimes does the same thing,I just use Photoshop to adjust it.