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Modes for my DC-4311 camera

I have lost the instruction manual and would like to know what the symbols are shown along the top of the LCD screen. I am wanting to take some outdoor shots of people later today when the weather if likely to be sunshine/clouds. I want to get the correct setting.
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i installed 3 set new battery.but screen is not show.

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try to adjust the mode in which you are taking the snaps....like NORMAL,DYNAMIC,USER,ETC

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