Question about Canon PowerShot G10 Digital Camera
It may be possible that the flash had gone bad but we will try everything else first before we come to that conclusion. Download and update the firmware of your camera and see if it resolves the issue. You can get it from the link below.
Be very careful while updating though. If the computer turns off while the update is in progress your camera will become unusable and you will have to send it to canon for restoring the older version of the firmware.
Let me know if you need more help.
Posted on Feb 07, 2010
Hello. Let's begin by doing a reset. Go into the menu and find reset. Then reset the camera which means return it to the factory settings it was on when you purchased it. If that does not solve your problem, check to make sure that you do not have the camera set for a mode that automatically turns off the flash. like a night mode. Regards, Joe
Posted on Feb 06, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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