How to Change the Settings on a Fujifilm Finepix Digital Camera

Updated April 17, 2017

Fujifilm's FinePix line of digital cameras encompasses a wide range of camera types. From the compact point-and-shoot models of the A, F, and J series, to the S and HS series of bridge digital cameras, Fujifilm's FinePix line can accommodate most photography needs. Fine-tuning the settings on your camera can mean the difference between taking a simple snapshot and capturing a lifelong memory.

Set your camera into shooting mode.

Press the "Menu/OK" button on the camera to display the shooting menu.

Highlight "Shooting Mode" and press the selector right to display the shooting mode options.

Select the option suited for your shooting situation: Portrait mode for portrait shots, Sports mode for moving images, Night mode for poorly lit scenes, etc. Press "Menu/OK."

Press "Disp/Back" to return to shooting mode with the selected settings.

Press "Menu/OK" while in shooting mode to display the shooting menu.

Select the menu options you want to change, such as ISO for light sensitivity, Image Size to adjust aspect ratio, or FinePix Color for colour options. Press the selector right to enter the menu.

Make adjustments as desired by selecting the various menu options.

Press "Menu/OK" to accept changes made to a particular setting's options.

Press "Disp/Back" when finished to exit the settings change mode and return to shooting mode.


These instructions are derived from the Fujifilm FinePix AX300 and AV200 owner's manual. If you own a different model, particularly one from another FinePix series such as the S or F series, the process options available may differ. Consult your owners manual for full details on how to adjust your camera's settings.

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