Question about Kodak EasyShare CD33 Digital Camera
Assuming the flash button (has a lightning strike symbol next to it) is working, you should be able to scroll through the settings to turn the flash off on the CD33. The settings are Auto, Fill, Red-eye and Off. However, the default flash setting may be overridden when you chose some picture-taking modes. You will have to adjust the flash with the button again to make Off the default. (Assuming the camera won't demand flash due to other conditions.)
The flash button is just to the left of the wheel for turning on the camera and choosing the mode.
I hope this helps.
Posted on Jan 02, 2011
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camera<settings <Flash< turn it on . or camera<more<flash<turn it on
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