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One problem with many point&shoot cameras is that they expect you to point and shoot, without fiddling with things like aperture and shutter speed. This camera doesn't give you any direct control over the aperture, which is restricted to a range of less than one full f/stop in any case. About the best you can do is to select the Portrait or Sport mode when you want a wide aperture and the Landscape mode when you want a small aperture.
The Fuji FinePix F470 camera is an excellent device. Most of the controls are computerised in such a way that makes picture taking and viewing less stressful. Changing from shoot mode to playback mode is by the press of the play button which looks like an arrow the zoom lens is not manually adjustable it adjusts by the press of the W and T buttons. Here is a link to help you download the brochure, User guide and quick start guide for the camera: http://www.fujifilmusa.com/support/ServiceSupportBrowse.do?prodcat=842410&sscucatid=664271&sscucatid=664272 Hope this soultion has been helpful?
Hello, To solve this problem you need to use the SP shooting mode. Replace battery with new High power ones. and switch ON keeping pressed the PLAY Button. If still does not retract disable the flash and repeat the operation without the XD/SD Memory Card inserted. It will then close the shutter magic. Regards, PDG
Completely open lens cover by sliding the lens cover all the way to the right until you hear two clicks. The first click will put the camera into playback mode. The second click will put the camera into shooting mode.