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Silly problem I just can't figure out how to turn the side bar with the different shooting options off and use a regular shooting mode that's not night or outdoors, or some other option--I can't seem to click out of it, and I also don't have the option of using close-up, which I think is because I can't get rid of the menu sidebar. I don't have a manual to look this up in...

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Everything you ever wanted to know about your camera:

http://www.fuji.fi/documents/12/5000_manual.pdf


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