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Using the different buttons

I know I have sepia on my camera, but whatever button I press I cant find it, I have also lost my manual since moving house.

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Hey there,

I have the answer to your prayers. I am ill familiar with that type of camera but guess what? I have the following site where you can download a (pdf) file which contains the manual for your camera. I mean how great is that? yeah well click on the link below, download and you are set to go. Let me know if you have any more questions regarding your camera alright. Cool

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