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Hello, I have a sony DSC-T70 and I cant change the flash options. i should be able to select the flash icon and choose my flash setting, but the only setting is no flash. I really want my flash to work as my pictures are not coming out.

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  • emmaleej May 01, 2008

    Hello,

    My camera is on the program auto mode but the only flash option I have is the Flash off option. the other three options have not been given.

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Hello

Have you consulted the manual in this?

http://129.33.22.12/release/DSCT70.pdf

pages 15 to 18

But in any case I beleave you first need to set your camera into the PROGRAM AUTO mode
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I have a sony DSC-T70 - 13df56d.jpg After you have set your camera to program auto you should be able to change the flash settings as below

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Let me know if you need more assistance.

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Hi emmaleej,
you should be able to select your flash icon to Auto,On,Off. Incase you're in AUTO adjustment mode(auto shotting mode).But incase you are in Scene Mode(Scn) in some of the scene mode you won't be able to select flash. check and post me back on your mode incase you still have problem.
takecare.

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    Technocom May 02, 2008

    There is one more thing to check that you're not in macro mode.That is the flower icon i think its on the right handside.If you're in macro mode that you have to come out of it first.

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    Technocom May 03, 2008

    Not really sure your problem has been solved ?? Like I say checked your macro that it is being turn on or not??

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Hi,

Did you try changing it under manual settings?

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