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Based on what you said, it appears that you want to know how to turn the flash off on your D-60.
On my D-90, you do this by rotating the mode switch on the top center left side of the camera one click counterclockwise, from the green automatic setting, to the white automatic with no flash setting.
You can also change flash settings from the menu. For my D-90, the manual says you use custom setting "e2." Check your manual for the D-60.
I never turn my flash off from the menu because it takes too long to turn it back on when you need it. Another alternative is to simply hold the on-camera flash in the down position while you shoot.
With the camera ON, click the function set wheel on the back of the camera on the right side next to the 'lightning bolt'. If you think of the wheel as a clock, touch the function set wheel at '3:00' with your nail. This will show three choices: flash automatic, flash on, or flash off. Choose 'flash on' and the camera will flash all the time.
Hope this helps!
First, check to make sure you're not in the macro mode. There's a slide switch on the end of the camera, near the SD card slot. Slide the switch away from the flower toward the mountain to take it out of macro mode. The flash won't fire in macro mode.
Then, if the flash still doesn't fire, take a look at the flash mode. Press the up-arrow button to bring up the flash menu. If it's currently set in the lightning-bolt-in-a-circle-with-a-slash-through-it symbol, you've got the flash turned off. Set it to the lightning-bolt-and-"A" for automatic flash or the lightning-bolt for forced flash.
If the flash still doesn't fire, then it's broken.
The question needs to be a lot more specific. For instance what camera make and model are you having the problem with. What flash settings do you want to change? If you mean the simple things like automatic flash, manual flash, no flash at all etc,then consult your camera manufacturer's manual and it will tell you how to do it.
I doubt anyone can give you a straight answer to such an incomplete question
There is a Force Flash setting on this camera I believe. Force Flash means Always Flash(on). If this does not work, then flash is burned out I would guess.
The TZ1 has been replaced by the smaller, newer and nicer wide angle TZ3 and latest TZ5. Consider selling you defect TZ1 to a repair person on ebay, and buy you a good used, refurb, or new TZ3 or 5. Prices are very good, and your is worth about $25 to $30 with all accessories that came with it.
Upon startup lens emerges but when screen appears it is white whereas it normally displays whatever the lens sees.When the shutter button is pressed the camera will focus and take a white picture which can be deleted.The camera does not flash although flash is set to automatic and photo taken in a dark room.Camera flashes (weakly) with flash set to manual on.Lens is unobstructed and appears to be perfectly normal.Camera was not dropped.Batteries have been changed.