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Changing Shutter Speeds

The manual says to use the +/- button but there is not one on the S5700.
There is on the S5500.....
How do I change shutter speeds when in M (manual) mode?

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  • valvestem May 11, 2010

    Sometimes the writers of the directions forget that we might not be as familiar with the camera as they are. Maybe the -/+ is the zoom lever for this adjustment, just a thought.

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The +/- button is located on the bottom right corner on the back of the cam. If you do not find it on your cam, probably "you are not using a Genuine Fuji S5700".

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