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LCD doesn't show image when I try to take a picture in dark area with flash. The picture are not bright and clear.

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  • chris75265 Dec 30, 2007

    when i try to take a pic the flash wont stay on long enough to take the picture so it turns out dark and blurry

  • kelly rae Dec 31, 2007

    My flash won't stay on long enough either.... matter of fact, the whole damn camera doesn't stay on long enough... keeps shuutting off on me and the batterys are fine. I hate this thing.

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My LCD screen on my dxg-506v DV doesn't want to display anything all i see is nothing but a bright screen and absoultly no picture on the LCD screen the only way i can see a picture is through my tv screen. i tried and tried and tried using the pc disc that came with the camera and still nothing works the china people just don.t build solid enough technology. like may be get those people out of those sweat shops and start paying them some real money so that much better technology can be made in china

Posted on Dec 28, 2007

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