How to Troubleshoot a Nikon Coolpix 2500.?

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1. If you're seeing brightly illuminated pixels in your photos, commonly called "noise, adjust your flash mode or switch scene modes. You need to compensate your shutter speed because it is too slow for the flash. Push the "menu" button located on
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