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How to Shoot photos with S5200 that are RAW not Jpeg

I can't find the instrutins to set the camera to shoot RAW rather than JPEG photos.

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Hi - You can download the manual by clicking the link underlined in blue below:

FinePix S5200

See page 93 - 95

How to Shoot photos with S5200 that are RAW not Jp - 21d0963.jpg

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