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Red-eye problem still existant in the F505v?

Or can it take good pictures in available light in rooms?

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Reports thus far are very favorable with regard to a lack red-eye problems and the red-eye reduction system. Many have said thus far that they usually do not need to engage the red-eye reduction flash.

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