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Original settings to get good quality image

At first i was getting good quality pics.. but when my friend altered some settings...im not getting properly..i want the original settings....how to set

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Open camera, set camera dial to 'i'; press 'set' button in the menu; press left button and then down button to enter the setup; in the right menu, go down to 'reset' option; press ok.

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All reputed company supply User Manual or Instruction Booklet along with their product to make the customer understand how to use the product. Most of the features are explained by illustrations. Make a habit to go threw such book and liturature supplied with the product.
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If you perform a Google search on the camera make and model you will find a number of consumer reviews, written by ordinary owners, as well as reviews by professionals. This may help you decide whether the model has problems or it is just the one you own.

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