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Turn frame from a video into a snapshop?

I would like to turn a frame from a video into a snapshop. Is that possible?

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Http://ftp.casio.co.jp/pub/world_manual/qv/en/EXZ750_e.pdf

This is the manual for your camera. On page 140 it explains the 6 steps used for making a snapshot from a video. It is called a "motion print".

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