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Thread: Disable Flash in Canon EOS 350D?

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    Default Re: Disable Flash in Canon EOS 350D?

    Since you are using a DLSR, might as well get used to using AV, if not M mode. Really gives much more control than those "creative" modes.
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    Default Re: Disable Flash in Canon EOS 350D?

    i think maybe what he is experiencing is the pre flash for the AF.

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    Default Re: Disable Flash in Canon EOS 350D?

    Quote Originally Posted by jerry2308
    i think maybe what he is experiencing is the pre flash for the AF.

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    Default Re: Disable Flash in Canon EOS 350D?

    If thats the case then its in one of the custom funtions to disable the AF assist or assist only with speedlites..
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    Default Re: Disable Flash in Canon EOS 350D?

    Quote Originally Posted by jerry2308
    i think maybe what he is experiencing is the pre flash for the AF.
    nope it's not the preflash. I was talkin abt the flash popping up.
    Anyway as splutter mentioned when usign a DSLR I might as well use the Av, Tv and M modes. I'm a new convert to DSLR, hence the questions (thought there was an equivalent way to supress flash before you take a pic as you can do in normal digital cameras)
    Last edited by shutterbugger; 12th September 2006 at 10:44 AM.

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    Default Re: Disable Flash in Canon EOS 350D?

    depending on what mode u use :-

    P , Tv , Av , M = WILL NOT PROMPT UP THE FLASH ( unless u press the flash button )

    AUTO MODE = WILL PROMPT UP THE FLASH WHEN LOW LIGHT ( that's a dummy mode )

    hope it helps u bro~!

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