Least Expensive SLR with no Flash
Pentax K-50 The Pentax K-50 is the least expensive DSLR with no flash, at $389.99.

A built in flash is important for taking shots such as indoor shots and evening shots when there isn't as much light. If you're buying a compact affordable camera then you should ensure you get a flash. Many higher end cameras do not come with built-in flashes and instead provide an external hot shoe onto which you can add a flash.

Affordable Digicams with a Flash

The following are the some of the best affordable digital cameras that included built in flashes.

Fujifilm FinePix x20
Fujifilm FinePix x20
from $59
Autofocus Phase detection autofocus Help
fast and accurate
Aperture Wide aperture Help
External mic jack External mic jack Help
Record higher quality audio with a microphone

Learn more about the Fujifilm FinePix x20

Nikon Coolpix S5200
Nikon Coolpix S5200
from $55
3D Takes 3D photos Help
View photos in 3D on 3D televisions
Sensor type CMOS Sensor Help
Better in low light
Weight Light-weight Help
146 g

Learn more about the Nikon Coolpix S5200

Olympus VG-180
Olympus VG-180
from $59
Macro focus Great macro Help
1 cm
Panorama In-camera panoramas Help
Stitches together multiple photos into a panorama

Learn more about the Olympus VG-180

Sony Cyber-shot DSC-W710
Sony Cyber-shot DSC-W710
from $67
Size Really small Help
Super compact 97x55x20 mm
Weight Light-weight Help
114 g
Thickness Thin Help

Learn more about the Sony Cyber-shot DSC-W710

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Bueller9 (9:41 PM, April 14, 2012)
the question is, how good is the flash - how far does it go? 10 ft or 17ft? need more specification on this for the nikon coolpix500, 510 and Canon SX40 HS