Is there a way to disable the flash on this camera without switching the camera mode? I mean, it would be kinda awkward for a camera to not have such a simple option.
I hope there is a solution for that.
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Re: Samsung Digimax 360 - Flash Problems
There is no special button for flash control.
It is controlled with a menu.
Page 36 of the Users Manual.
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Hi there remove the memory card and reset the camera. Now turn on the camera with out the memory card and make the camera flash light ON mode and take a snap. If the flash not working after this setting, then you need to replace the flash tube. The flash tube is cut off and thats why its not working.
you can change the flash setting by clicking left button..you have a choices there if red eye fix,noflash,autoflash. you need to select the no flash.but more auto mode for you to get convenient than to select the flash into off.
This means the flash or flash circuitry broke due to the drop. The camera will take pictures as long as the flash is not required. Only resolution is to have the camera repaired, which unfortunately may cost more than the camera is worth.
your carera is set on shutter priority,,,
change it to auto
what its telling you is,, its set at a lens opening of F2.8 ( thats wide open ,,,so little or no depth of field in photos) ,(and a shutter speed of 1.45 of a second?) witch means its realy dark were you are??
the little eye flashing tells you to use the flash,,,
i bet you have left it set on flash photos only?
switch it over to auto mode and out of flash mode!
The eye flashing is normal when the flash is trying to charge up , if the batteries are healthy the camera won`t take a picture until the flash is charged fully.Try turning the flash off and see if the camera fires, get some higher rated rechargeable batteries (2000mah) or above this may resolve your problem.
No worries, I think I can help you with this one.
I believe that if you are using your Samsung Digimax in either "Auto" or "M" mode you will only have the options of "red eye flash" or "no flash". BUT HOWEVER, if you select the "Prog" mode on the dial on top of the camera, you will have 4 flash options - "red eye flash", "auto flash", "slow flash" or "no flash".
I hope that this helps!
this problem is fixable. set the camera under the fill-in flash mode. do the ff:
-click the flash button, (right button that has broken arrow on it)
-click it for many times until you see the icon of a big crooked arrow without something with it on the screen, that means your camera is nder the fill in flash.
when set under this mode, the flash will work in any instance you're in. because under the red eye function, flash is usually turned off.
I assume you mean when ever you switch the flash off.
This is because there is not enough light for the particular setting the camera is on and the images are blurred because of the long exposure is causing camera shake.
Check the menu and see in you can select a higher ISO figure- Say 400