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What's the "Filters/Modes Menu"?

Last Updated: Jan 24, 2013 11:45AM CST
You can select a filter and scene mode in this menu.  From the default screen, swipe left from the right side of the screen or tap the effect icon (get quick access to "Filters and Modes Menu") to bring up the Filters and Modes Menu.

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Filters

Applying a filter to your camera instantly lets you take dramatic and gorgeous photos.  To select a filter, bring up the Filters/Modes menu and rotate the outer ring to cycle through the numerous available filters.  After selecting a filter (and scene mode), swipe right or tap the paralleled vertical lines (go back to the viewfinder quickly) to close the menu, and you are ready to take a picture.

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Scene Modes

Scene modes allow you to quickly load the best settings for your current environment.  To select a scene mode, bring up the Filters/Modes menu and rotate the inner ring to cycle through the available scene modes. After selecting the appropriate mode, swipe right or tap the paralleled vertical lines (go back to the viewfinder quickly) to close the menu.

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The available scene modes are:
 
  • Landscape - for taking wide shots and landscape photos
     
  • Portrait - for taking close up shots of people and animals
     
  • HDR - for taking pictures under environment where the light contrasts remarkably
     
  • Night - for taking pictures at night or in low-light environments
     
  • Cloudy - for taking outdoor photos on a cloudy day
     
  • Sunny - for taking pictures when there is sufficient sunlight outdoors
     
  • Rainy - for taking outdoor photos on a rainy day
     
  • Snowy - for taking outdoor photos in snowy conditions
     
  • WhiteBoard - for taking photos of printed text
     
  • Food - for taking shots of food and drinks
     
  • Macro - for taking extreme close-up (macro) shots
     
  • HighKey- for taking photos in an all-white studio like environment
     
  • Backlit - for taking pictures in low-light environments to brighten foreground
     
  • Auto - automatically selects the best scene mode for the shooting conditions

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