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Learn how to set the beach/snow function using the Canon A610/A620
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The snow and the beach scene and the Cannon allows you to optimize the camera for pictures in the snow or on the beach which usually tend to come out a little bit darker than usual because they’re so-o bright.
So what you want to do with the Cannon, just turn the camera on, and the mode dial here, at the top, you’re going to want to change that to SCN. That stands for scene and from there, here at the top; you can see what appear to be a little boy and his dog. The little green—the arrow indicates that you can just press the left and right navigation buttons to change that scene. So let’s find the snow and the beach. There is snow and there is beach.
So once that’s indicated, the camera has been optimized for the beach and in this case for the snow and you can see ion the screen that it actually did change at least the white balance and a few other things you can see here in the screen. I’ll show you a little close that everything is rather white and if I go to beach, now everything is kind of blue. If you’re in the beach scene, that’ll will actually make things better and that’s it.