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The Manual should tell you this it also depends on the size of the card you have in place

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If you're not comfortable choosing the settings yourself, set the camera to the appropriate scene mode. For taking pictures of people use the Portrait mode, for taking pictures of where you are on vacation use the Landscape mode, and so on.

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Most important, practice, practice, PRACTICE. Take pictures with different settings, then look at them on the computer and try to see what difference the settings made. Those pictures won't cost you anything, and you can delete them afterwards.

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