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Old 08-02-2011, 02:04 PM   #31
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Hmmm I'll have to do a search in the manual to see if it's adjustable. More than likely if it is, I must have moved things fiddling with it.
I AM getting better at taking the manual shots (On the more co-operative subjects anyway) because of being more or less forced into it.
Thank goodness there is a histogram or bars to line things up in the center since I have NO knowledge as to what either set of #'s mean.
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