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My polaroid iS2132 won't change settings when I turn the mode dial/Can't set the intelligent scene mode.

You're supposed to be able to set the scene mode to "sunset", "portrait" etc etc. It's supposed to have 27 different settings! However, when I turn the mode dial on the top of the camera, it doesn't change the icon in the very top left of the display screen like the manual says it's supposed to. When you have it turned to the intelligent scene mode, you're supposed to be able to press the menu button and you can change the scene mode. But when I press the menu button, it only has the basic menu options, not the scene mode it shows in the manual. When I'm turning the dial, I can see the quality on the display screen change slightly, so I know it's doing something. I had a Kodak years ago with the scene mode features, and loved it. I took great photos with it. It bit the dust, and I've been using cheap cameras before this one, so I REALLY want to use this feature. I've contacted Polaroid twice through email and have not yet received a reply.

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When you put the Mode dail to the SCN mode, It will enter the last used Scene mode. THEN press the MENU button to select other scene mode.
Don't turn any dail. Use the navigation controls left and right from the OK button, to move through the section. Press OK button to save and activate the selected scene mode.
Success

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The grainy effect has to do do with the ISO setting, try adjusting that. A higher ISO is generally better for darker conditions. I have noticed that this camera frequently takes grainy images.

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SOURCE: lost instruction manual on my polaroid a700 digital camera

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