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Nikon L35, changing the ASA

I read somewhere that you could manually change the ASA for the Nikon L35, but have not yet figured out how. How doI do this?

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Turn the front ring around lens. It is bit hard but it will click as you turn

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Just bought a nikon af l35 camera. Is it just a point and shoot camera? Wondering what the little switch on the front is for left hand side top as you look at it and the little switch on the side of the...


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You can download the instruction manual in PDF format by clicking this link.

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