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Where is the 3-Dot Button on the Canon S50?



 
 
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Old June 27th 04, 02:20 PM
Al Smith
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Default Where is the 3-Dot Button on the Canon S50?

On page 74 of the User Guide for the Canon S50 in the
section titled "Selecting an AF Frame" step 1 states

Press (and then there is a box with 3 dots in it.
Under that it states "The AF frame appears in green on the LCD monitor."

I can't find any button, switch, etc with three dots on it.

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Where is the | . . . | Button?
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Old June 27th 04, 06:15 PM
Johnny
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Default Where is the 3-Dot Button on the Canon S50?

On page 74 of the User Guide for the Canon S50 in the
section titled "Selecting an AF Frame" step 1 states


Where is the | . . . | Button?


Try the SET button/multicontroller/four way switch (see page 12, which
should be a diagram of the camera back).
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Old June 27th 04, 06:29 PM
Al Smith
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Default Where is the 3-Dot Button on the Canon S50?


"Johnny" wrote in message
et...
On page 74 of the User Guide for the Canon S50 in the
section titled "Selecting an AF Frame" step 1 states


Where is the | . . . | Button?


Try the SET button/multicontroller/four way switch (see page 12, which
should be a diagram of the camera back).


Dohh!! (swat)


 




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