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Help Every time I take a picture it come out dark if I'm not in a well lite area. The flasher is not coming on. Had camera less than 2 yrs.

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If the flash is not comming on its ether a bad flash bulb or capacitor inside the unit or you do not have it set for flash, of course if you not in a well lite are without flash it would be inpossiable to get a lighter shot. I would suggest you have the camera looked at by a local camera shop it can be fixed.

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