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Old Oct 15, 2002, 1:19 PM   #1
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Default Canon EOS D-60 Flash Doesn't Work

In the short time I've had my D-60, I've used it exclusively for available-light photography.

Now I just tried taking some built-in flash shots but the pop-up flash doesn't pop up, regardless of the basic and creative settings I've used. Pressing the Flash Button on the left side of the camera housing (near the "EOS D-60" logo) doesn't do anything nor does any flash icon appear in the viewfinder.

Did I inadvertently turn off my flash capability? I'm still learning to master the D-60...so I'm open to all suggestions from those of you in the know.

Many thanks.

M i k e

P S - I do recall the flash popping up automatically when I first got the D-60.
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Old Oct 16, 2002, 4:20 PM   #2
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The D60's flash is manual, you push the button to pop it up when you want it. It should pop up whenever the button is pushed, even if the camera is turned off. Sounds like a mechanical problem to me.

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