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Can the canon ixus 75 be put on black and white mode when taking photos?

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1. Press the Func/Set button
2. Scroll down to the My Colors icon on the left (probably say OFF)
3. Use left/right arrow to select B/W
4. Press Func/Set button

Remember to set back to OFF when you want to shoot color again.

Posted on May 27, 2008

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