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I am having problems taking photo's at night. This is due to the fact when it is dark I am unable to see on the screen what I am Taking!! With previous cameras it illuminates what I am about to shoot so this hasn't been a problem, doe this camera not do this? The flash works but due to the fact I can't see it is pot luck whether I have a photo of what I was hoping to aim at!! Your assistance wou.ld be appreciated

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