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Do camera flash lights harm the child's eyes?

Saturday, 18 June 2005
Answered by: Dr. Arun K. Mishra
Consultant Ophthalmic Surgeon,
London,
UK
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Q. I want to take photographs of my two-month-old child. My friends told me that it will affect the child's eye. They say that camera's flash light will harm the child's eyes. Is it true? When can I start taking photographs of my child?

A.  There is no harm in taking photographs with flash of anyone, baby or adult. We even take electro-diagnostic tests for retinal function with flashes.

A.  There is no harm in taking photographs with flash of anyone, baby or adult. We even take electro-diagnostic tests for retinal function with flashes.

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