Canon PowerShot A60 Flash problem

Discussion in 'Digital Photography' started by Sameh Saeb, Jul 20, 2003.

  1. Sameh Saeb

    Sameh Saeb Guest

    Hello Everyone,

    This is my firt time posting here. I just got a powershot a60 and
    I'm having a problem with the flash. At first it was working fine
    for the first day I mean. Then after a while the flash would
    sometimes go off and other times it wouldn't, even though I had it
    set to always work. I changed the batteries and still it works
    randomly. I hope someone knows what's going on, and I seriosuly hope
    its not a product defect...

    Sameh Saeb, Jul 20, 2003
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    SwashBuckle Guest

    is it set to Auto flash ie it only flashes when the light is
    there a setting whereby it will ALWAYS flash. (I am going by my 5700 which
    has these variables)

    SwashBuckle, Jul 20, 2003
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  3. Hi

    I have a A70, which is almost the same camera.

    On the back of the camera there is a button with a "flash"-symbol, and
    on the LCD there normal is showed the flash and "A", for automatic.

    If you press the flash-button the status in the LCD change to
    "no-flash" and forced flash (flash symbol without A) and the back to
    Automatic. Take a look in the User guide page 67ff.

    If you set it to forced flash - it will flash every time - if the
    camera is okay?

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    Henning Jensen, Jul 20, 2003
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    Zol. Guest

    Hi, regarding Flash in `Auto` mode - I only have 2 settings `Flash-Auto` &
    `No-Flash` there is No other setting in this mode but switching to `Program`
    mode allows you to select the `Flash` for every photo taken - just to
    clarify that. The Instruction Manual may hold the wrong information (product
    spec liable to change) ... either that or there are more than 1 type of
    A60/A70 which I very much doubt.

    Zol., Jul 20, 2003
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    Vic Guest


    My A60 is the same.
    Vic, Jul 21, 2003
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    Don Coon Guest

    Easy solution: Set the camera to Program Mode.
    Don Coon, Jul 21, 2003
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