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You can go to here for your manual http://www.fujifilm.com/support/digital_cameras/manuals/pdf/index/s/finepix_s5700_s700_s5800_s800_manual_01.pdf try setting your shutter speed pg 62..Or pg 80 for quality settings..the more pixels the longer to store info

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