The Fujifilm Finepix S95400 is an entry-level digital SLR created by Fujifilm for consumers who want to start to do a little more with their photography. The 9-megapixel camera comes with many of the same features as traditional DSLR cameras, at a price point that makes it affordable for average consumers who are in the market for a new camera. if you have recently purchased a Fujifilm Finepix S9500 learning how to take pictures with the camera is fairly easy to do.
- Skill level:
- Moderately Easy
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- Fujifilm Finepix S95400
Turn the wheel on the top of the camera to the "Auto" icon to use the S9500's automatic mode. While in automatic mode, the camera will automatically evaluate its surroundings and adjust its exposure and settings for the particular situation it is in.
Turn the wheel at the top of the camera to the Program mode (designated by a "P") for situations when you want to take control over your camera's settings. While in the "P" mode, press the Function button on the back of the camera (designated by a "F") to enter the camera's Function menu. In the Function menu, you can adjust the ISO in your camera. ISO determines how to sensitive your camera's sensor is to light. The S9500 offers exposure settings from 80 to 1600. Typically, you would use a lower setting for bright situations (to make the sensor less sensitive) and a higher setting for dark situations (to make the sensor more sensitive).
Turn the switch on your camera's lens to "AF" to have the lens autofocus on a subject. Press the shutter button down halfway to use the Auto Focus on the S9500. Once your subject is in focus, press the shutter button down the remainder of the way to take a picture.
Turn the switch on your camera's lens to "MF" to control the Manual Focus on your camera. While in Manual Focus mode, use the ring on the outermost part of your lens to focus on your subject.
Zoom in on a subject by turning the innermost ring on your cameras lens to the right. Zoom out from a subject by turning the same lens to the left.
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