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“Shoot and Select” Modes

What are the two “shoot and select” modes and why would I use them?

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Re: “Shoot and Select” Modes

E “shoot and select” modes allows you to select an image out of a sequence of still pictures you have taken by depressing the shutter button and storing it. This is best for shooting moving objects. SHOOT & SELECT 1: Shoots a rapid succession of 4 still pictures by keeping the shutter button pressed. SHOOT & SELECT 2: Shoots a succession of still pictures by keeping the shutter button pressed. The Stylus 500 will continue to shoot until you take your finger off the shutter button or until the card is full. After shooting, you will have the option to immediately delete the pictures you do not wish to keep.

Posted on Sep 01, 2005

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Do you have the manual. If not search via Google for a manual to download

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