Question about Canon EOS 7D Digital Camera
If you shoot in the Basic Modes (any of the modes with icons like Portrait, Landscape, Sport, etc), the flash will pop up automatically if there isn't enough ambient light even after pushing it down to close it. To shoot without auto flash, use one of the Creative Modes like P, Av, Tv, M etc. If your problem is that the flash springs back up again when you try to push it down, the catch may be faulty. You may want to consider taking the camera to an authorised Canon repairer.
Posted on Apr 22, 2010
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