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Old Aug 30, 2006, 9:31 PM   #21
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Belle, for normal indoor shots you'll do fine to just leave the camera in it's Auto setting at first. The Portrait mode is effective for relatively close-up (head and shoulders) shots of people. Play with it a while and see what works for you. The important thing is to have fun with it. Enjoy!:|
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Old Aug 30, 2006, 11:41 PM   #22
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Thanks for all your help
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Old Oct 7, 2006, 11:05 AM   #23
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I'm in the same boat as others here - I have the S5200 because I was looking for the best quality camera I could find that I, a complete amatuer, could actually use. Like the other poster, I see that the S6000 appears to have corrected many problems I've run into with the S5200, while maintaining a level of use that us amatuers can live with. I hate to buy another camera after only having the S5200 a year, but I might. I hope people that buy the S6000 early will post their thoughts.
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