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I cant figure out how to change the iso on my fuji finepix S9500... and I cant work out what would be best settings for indoor shooting a band with dim lighting and flashy lights... should I use a flash

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Not sure about the latter, but the 'F' button between the live screen and dial will give you the iso choice, and colour options.

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