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Red photos when the flash is on

When i take a normal picture with this camera, its comes out fine, abit dark at time, but thats proberly down to where im taking them, but fine, but when the flash is on, it goes off and totally turns the pictures red and orange!!!why is this and how can i stop it from happening?

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You can't stop it enless you don't use the flash because of the light settings it's making your pictures lighter or trying to

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Your camera should be capable of taking pictures in poor light conditions. Try to shoot in automatic mode. The mode dail to AUTO. (green camera symbol). Then view the picture with info. There you can see the ISO, Aperture and shutter time. From there you can experiment for darker or lighter pictures. For this you can choose M, A,S or P.
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On top of the camera, close to the shutter release button you see a little knob with a +/- sign. If you press that button, you should see a 0.
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If you shoot many pictures in bad light conditions, you could buy an external flash. A Nikon flash will work very good and automatic, with your camera, because camera and flash will communicate and help each other to make better pictures. Cheaper external flashes can work too, but most of the time you must change settings manual on the flash. Never use old flashes, that were build for analog cameras. They sometimes switch with a voltage higher than your camera can handle. The camera can be damaged by such a flash.

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