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My pictures come out dark even though the flash is operational, any advise or suggestions?

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Turn the turnstile onto a setting like scenic. Then try to take a picture. If it is still dark you might need to get someone to check it out. Your exposure could be too low.

Posted on Jul 25, 2010

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