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Raju70us,
If you are new to DSLR camreras then this should work for you, you will have to rotate the ring on the lens, look through the viewfinder while trying it and you will notice the camera zooming in, the lens will be autofoucing as it is held on the subject in automatic mode. There are other settings you will like to try once you are used to the functions. That will come to you as you are developing your skills. Enjoy your new camera!
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