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 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.



I've already posted in DPReview and got additional feedback.

I also contact Canon Support and they said I'd have to return the camera to them for internal servicing.

Have you any idea of the approximate turnaround time here?


M i k e

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Originally posted by michaelab

"The flash pop-up is motorized, that is pressing the flash button pops the flash up using a motorized release mechanism. In AUTO exposure the flash will automatically pop-up when required."

If you still can't get it to work you might want to try the Canon DSLR forum on DPReview:


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