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To a Point and Shoot (P&S) camera user, the mode options can seem superfluous at best, and terrifying at worst. After all, isn't the camera called "Point and Shoot" for a reason? Why should the average camera user bother changing modes when the camera was designed to take a decent picture with no switch flipping or incantations from the user? The answer is simple: you don't have to, but using the modes can lead to even better results.
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