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Cannot find the way in to the snow mode for taking winter picture

Also is there a polarising lens for this camera. best regards ern roberts

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Turn the Mode-dial to either SP1 or SP2.
Press Menu/OK
Use arrow keys to select Beach, press OK.
The camera has no filter thread, so you can't attach a polarizing filter.

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