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oatbill
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Hey everybody, I'm having trouble with my year old A540. It will take photos with no flash fine, but if I try to use the flash the flash on the LCD just blinks and the camera won't focus of take the shot. Any help would be terrific. Thanks

Post #1, Nov 01, 2007 15:58:02


"A good photograph is knowing where to stand." - Ansel Adams

Now if I could just figure out where that was...:lol:

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rjevang24
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My wife has the same camera and was experiencing the same problem. A fresh set of batteries solved the problem.

Post #2, Nov 04, 2007 20:20:53


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rlowe82
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I found this after having the same problem:

http://www.usa.canon.c​om ...390&keycode=2111&id​=28799external link

Does your camera still have the issue?

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