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Flash How do we manualy set the flash to stay on? in a lot of our pictures there are dark areas, if the flash was on this would not be happening.As far as I can see the flash is entirely automatic.

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I assume you have a digimax D53 as this is where your question is posted. On the top of the camera is two black buttons and the silver button which is the shutter release. One of the black buttons, the one closest to the silver button, is marked with an "M". This button can be pressed while the camera is on and it will allow you to change the settings for flash and for exposure. Suggest that you change it to auto as this is all around the best setting for snapshot type photographs.

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