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Red eye my S630 Samsung camera , i want to turn off the red eye reduction but i have no clue how to.

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Greetings mccombs7,

There should be a button corresponding with a lightning bolt symbol. When red eye reduction (pre flash) is on, then there is a symbol with an eyeball next to it. Depress the button until you get to the desired setting, which should be the lightning bolt alone.

I hope this helps!

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Posted on Jul 01, 2008

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