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I have a finepix s5600 in the F (finepix photo mode) the ISO is stuck on RAW, how do I change it?

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The ISO refers to the sensitivity of the sensor and has nothing to do with whether you are shooting in RAW or JPEG.

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See page 93 - 95

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