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I somehow put my camera setting onto panorama, how do i change this back to normal?

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I think you mean Landscape. Just push the button next to the top display panel. Push it again until it shows the setting you want.
Panorama is not available on the QTsi. Panorama mode blocks out the top and bottom of the frame to give you a shorter picture top to bottom.
Landscape mode just biases the camera towards smaller lens openings to get more of the image in focus. By default, this makes exposure times longer, so use a tripod for landscape images.

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