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“Virtual mode” button

The previous Stylus Digital cameras have a “virtual mode” button, where I could select different Scene Modes. How do I access these modes on the Stylus 500?

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From the arrow pad, select the up arrow (Scene) to access the scene modes.

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Cannot get into portrait mode

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The default scene mode is portrait mode.

You could consult the user manual at:
http://download3.nikonimglib.com/archive1/MYuI600nA8Zp00p3vNT88HY5EH77/S6800RM_(En)01F2.pdf

Page 34 shows how to change the scene modes, The technical notes contain further troubleshooting instructions.
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Program shooting modes

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Access the scene modes

From the arrow pad, select the up arrow (Scene) to access the scene modes.
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Access the scene modes

From the arrow pad, select the up arrow (Scene) to access the scene modes.
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Scene modes

Program Auto Landscape Landscape + Portrait Portrait Indoor Sport Beach & Snow Behind Glass Self Portrait + Self Timer Self Portrait Sunset Night Scene Night+Portrait Cuisine Documents Candle Under Water Wide Under Water Macro Shoot & Select 1 / U Shoot & Select
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Shooting modes

The program shooting modes can be accessed from the Mode Menu under the Scene Select menu option.
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