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Introduction
The Mode Dial
To select a shooting mode, align the mode icon with the mark next
to the mode dial.
A (NATURAL & K): Helps ensure
good results in situations with
difficult lighting. Each time the
shutter button is pressed, the camera
takes two shots: one shot without
the flash to preserve natural lighting,
followed immediately by a second
shot with the flash (pg. 33).
(AUTO): A simple “point-and-
shoot” mode recommended for first-
time users of digital cameras (pg. 15).
B (NATURAL LIGHT): Capture
natural light indoors, under low
light, or where the flash can not
be used (pg. 34).
M (MANUAL): Choose this mode for
manual control over a wide variety of
camera settings (pg. 37).
F (Aperture-Priority/Shutter-Priority
Auto): Adjust shutter speed or aperture
manually to freeze or blur motion or
control depth of field (pg. 37).
A (MOVIE): Record short movies with
sound (pg. 47).
(Scene Position): Choose a scene
suited to the subject or shooting
conditions and let the camera do the
rest (pg. 34).
(SCENE RECOGNITION): Simply
by pointing the camera at the
subject, the camera analyzes the
scene (using scene recognition), and
automatically selects the appropriate
mode (pg.32).
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