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I JUST GOT A HATACHI DZHV575E AND IS THERE A FLASH SO I CAN TAKE PHOTO OR VIDEO IN THE DARK. I TRIED TO TAKE VIDEO AT EVENING TIME OR IN THE HOUSE AND IT ALL JUST COMES OUT DARK

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This is a digital camcorder, and not a digital camera (Hitachi DZ-HV 575E).
Although it can take still pictures, its primary focus is on taking video.
Most camcorders today do not include a built-in high-intensity light. If you need to take video in dark conditions, then you'll need to buy a separate light source designed for video production.
That same light source should work for your still images as well.

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