Fujifilm Z33WP User Manual (en)

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a Shooting Mode
G
G SCENE RECOGNITION
 SCENE RECOGNITION
Simply by pointing the camera at the subject, 
the camera automatically analyzes and selects 
the most appropriate setting using scene 
recognition.
The camera analyzes a 
subject based on scene 
recognition, then an icon 
appears in the bottom 
left of the monitor.  (The 
illustration shows camera 
analysis of a portrait subject.)
Subject
Subject
Icon
Icon
Description
Description
PORTRAIT
H
For soft-toned portraits with 
natural skin tones.
LANDSCAPE
I
For crisp, clear daylight shots of 
buildings and landscapes.
NIGHT
J
For night and twilight scenes, 
using a high sensitivity setting 
to minimize blurring.
MACRO
K
For clear close-ups of fl owers, 
etc.
BACKLIGHT 
PORTRAIT
T
For a subject backlit against the 
sun, preventing the background 
from becoming dim.
Subject
Subject
Icon
Icon
Description
Description
NIGHT 
PORTRAIT
Z
For a subject in a dim place, 
reducing blur.
 Tip
When a subject can not be analyzed by the camera, 
LAUTO mode will be set.
 Notes
•  B Intelligent Face Detection is turned on 
automatically.
•  The camera continuously adjusts focus on a face, or 
the center area of the monitor.
•  Continuous auto focus will be audible and battery 
drain will increase.
A
A NATURAL & 
 NATURAL & K
K (Dual Shot Mode)
 (Dual Shot Mode)
This mode helps ensure good results with backlit 
subjects and in other situations with diffi
  cult 
lighting.  Each time the shutter button is pressed, 
the camera takes two shots: one shot without 
the fl ash to preserve natural lighting, followed 
immediately by a second shot with the fl ash.  Do 
not move the camera until shooting is complete.