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Based on what you said, it appears that you want to know how to turn the flash off on your D-60.
On my D-90, you do this by rotating the mode switch on the top center left side of the camera one click counterclockwise, from the green automatic setting, to the white automatic with no flash setting.
You can also change flash settings from the menu. For my D-90, the manual says you use custom setting "e2." Check your manual for the D-60.
I never turn my flash off from the menu because it takes too long to turn it back on when you need it. Another alternative is to simply hold the on-camera flash in the down position while you shoot.
The Polaroid 600 doesn't have an automatic flash. To use the flash, insert the flash bar into the flash socket. To turn off the flash, remove the flash bar. Refer to the manual. If you have a different camera, please reply to this post and give the model number.
You can't turn it off if you're in Automatic mode. But switch to any of the other modes and then press the little lightning bolt on the right side of your selector wheel to turn flash on-always, off-always, or flash-automatic. If your interested may be found in your user manual here.
Since you didn't provide brand and model info - only generic help can be given.
Most cameras will automatically turn the flash on when conditions are too dark for a successful exposure. Many times, the camera will not allow you to take the picture if the flash can't be turned on. You'll have to go through the menu settings of the camera to find a Flash Setting. Popular choices are often Always Flash, Never Flash, Red Eye Reduction and Automatic Flash. It sounds as if the setting was changed to Never Flash - or the flash bulb itself has failed.
If you have problems still - provide the manufacturer and model camera you're using and I'll see if I can find out how to do it for you. Good luck!
This camera has four flash modes and each time you press the button the mode changes. As you press the button you should see the indictor in the upper left side of the screen. 1.In automatic flash, the camera will decide if you need flash or not. This mode does not have any indicator on the screen 2.Forced flash, this will cause the flash to be constantly on. The indicator looks (kind of) like a lightning bolt. 3.Slow Syncro, this mode slightly delays the flash and is used to lighten up the background more the foreground. The indicator looks like the lightning bolt with SL next to it. 4.No flash, this will turn off the flash. The indicator looks like a lightning bolt enclosed by a circle with a diagonal line through the lightning bolt. (similar to a no parking sign).
If you don’t see the indictor changing on the screen the switch behind the button is malfunctioning.