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Flash problems Hi i cant get the flash working on the E 510. tried to change the settings, but nothings seems to work. Can there be a short in the wire system or can the bulb be burnt out?

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Yes and yes. If you've popped it up and it won't fire, it looks like you're in for a repair, hopefully under warranty.

Posted on Feb 17, 2008

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Hello, I have a sony DSC-T70 and I cant change the flash options. i should be able to select the flash icon and choose my flash setting, but the only setting is no flash. I really want my flash to work...


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Have you consulted the manual in this?

http://129.33.22.12/release/DSCT70.pdf

pages 15 to 18

But in any case I beleave you first need to set your camera into the PROGRAM AUTO mode
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