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Turning off the flash

My Sony Cyber-Shot DSC-P92 is not turning off the flash.
I pressed the flash on flash off button numerous times... What do i do?

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Re: Turning off the flash

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).
The mode you want is the circle and diagonal slash over the top of the lightning bolt.
If you don’t see the indictor changing on the screen the switch behind the button is malfunctioning.

Posted on Apr 05, 2008

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