How to Turn off the Flash on a Nikon D50


The Nikon D50 is a 6.1-megapixel digital camera that features an integrated 2-inch LCD display, rechargeable lithium-ion battery, adjustable shutter speed, USB interface port and included proprietary software. The D50 also features several onboard options that enable the photographer to customize photo shots. The camera's flash function artificially enhances the lighting conditions when taking pictures in low-light areas. Disabling the flash function may be necessary in certain instances where enough natural or external light is present.

  • Turn the camera on by pressing the power switch, located below the shutter button.

  • Rotate the mode dial, located to the top left of the LCD, to the desired shooting mode.

  • Press the "Flash" button, located on the front of the camera body, between the "Nikon" and "D50" labels.

  • Rotate the command dial located to the left of the "AE/AF" lock button, until the flash strike-through icon appears on the LCD screen. Proceed to use the camera normally. To enable the auto flash or auto flash with red-eye reduction feature, press the "Flash" button and make the appropriate selection using the command dial.

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