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The Shooting Menus allow the user to control many aspects of the operation of the digital camera. You can change image size and compression, exposure compensation, sharpening, etc. When using a "Scene Mode" (Fireworks, Museum, Beach/Snow, etc)the camera determines the best settings for the particular scene and the options are limited in the Shooting Menus. If the Shooting Menu contains fewer options than expected or you are unable to adjust a particular setting be sure that the camera is not set in a scene mode. Depending on the camera model you should use "A" or "M" mode for full control.

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