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I cannot find my manual and would like to know what the MASP settings are for. Last night I was at a good site to help;however, I cannot find it again. I have a P80. also how do I set the camera to get night landscapes?

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P (Program): Camera sets shutter speed and aperture, but allow you to change to another equivalent exposure (Program Shift).

S (Shutter Priority): You set the shutter speed, the camera selects appropriate aperture.

A (Aperture Priority): You set the aperture, the camera selects appropriate shutter speed.

M (Manual): You set the shutter speed and the aperture.

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