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Simple diagnosis, battery is not powering the camera. There are many possible reasons. If you value you camera, don't attempt anything - simply bring it to a compatible licensed service agent for a check up.
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 ready to shoot in Auto mode - you will see a little lightening symbol in the top right hand corner of the screen. This indicates the flash is turned on.
On the left side of the circular dial at the back of the camera you will see a similar little lightening symbol indented into the dial. Simply press on this side of the dial to turn the flash on or off as you desire.
The symbol on the screen will go off when you push this to indicate flash is off and return if you press again to turn it on.
You should be able to turn off your flash, or change the flash to a different flash setting by using one of the buttons on somewhere on your camera. The proper button is identified by the flash symbol, that looks the same as the one on your LCD screen, a jagged, down ward facing arrow, that looks something like a bolt of lightning. Simply press this, it will ether change the setting on your LCD, or bring up the settings that you can change manually by selecting whatever setting you want for the flash.If you don't want to change any of the settings, but want to clear the symbol off of your LCD screen simply hit the Display button that will hide those icons from your view and can be seen again simply by hitting display once more. I hope this is of some help to you, if not, consult your user guide or manual that came with the camera, it should explain exactly what to do. I hope that you have success, God bless...
Go to the menu RESET ALL may work. Then go back to the menu and set the settings to the way you want them, test the camera and see if the flash works. Make sure that the flash settings are on and not turned off in the menu settings.
If the flash is on in the settings and it still does not work, then this camera needs repairs.
There should be a symbol on your camera that looks like a lightning bolt in one of the displays. Simply choose that option until you get an option with a circle with a slash through the lightning bolt. This is the flash off setting.
and when I got to step 15, I found that the small plug that connects the flash to the camera body had been disconnected when the camera had been dropped. I simply pressed the connection back in tight and reassembled the camera - and it works. Maybe this happened to yours too??
Well this camera has no manual controls so it's merely compensating for the lack of available light by lowering the shutter speed. I don't think there's very much you can do about it -- maybe you can try to lower the EV -/+ setting (I forget what it's called, it makes your image darker or brighter).
If the camera didn't lower the shutter speed you would simply get dark pictures where you can't see anything