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F-Stop I can only increase my F-Stop to F8. I want to use F-11. How do I do that?

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Re: F-Stop

You can download the manual from the link below: In aperture priority mode on page 65 you will see that the maximum F number is F8. To set F11 you need to put the camera in manual mode, then you can go to F11. This assumes you are using the standard Fuji lens. Please update the question & let us know if the information given was useful to you - Good Luck!

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