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Beest Shots Modes

Hi, has anyone got or know where to find information about using some of the different modes in best shots. The user guide manual is very basic and only gives a discription of what each mode is & what to use it for. More to the point for example, if I use the Portrait mode I am presented with 9 small squares, when I half press the shutter button some of these light up Green?.

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Your specific question about the colored squares is as follows: the squares that change color are the ones that the camera is auto focusing on.

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