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How do i change to manual focus mode?

Hi, i am new in photography and i was just wondering how do i change this camera to manual focus? because currently the camera is set on auto focus. hope you guys can help me on this! thank you

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There is a switch on the barrel that switches from MF to AF (manual to auto) http://www.dpreview.com/reviews/fujis602z/page6.asp 1/2 way down page.

Posted on Jul 09, 2007

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