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Hi all, I took a series of photos today in different modes (programs) where can I see per photo in which mode I took the photo? When I click on info, I don't see in which position I photographed. Thanks in advance
 

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Not sure if this is what you are looking for, but right click the photo and go to properties (the EXIF). Under the details tab scroll down until you get to Advance Photo and there will be one that gives you the Exposure Program. Hope this helps.
 

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Hi all, I took a series of photos today in different modes (programs) where can I see per photo in which mode I took the photo? When I click on info, I don't see in which position I photographed. Thanks in advance
You can see the mode you used for the pictures when you review photos using the camera. Press review button and then info button until you get the black screen with the info on it.
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You can see the mode you used for the pictures when you review photos using the camera. Press review button and then info button until you get the black screen with the info on it. View attachment 12153
Yes thank you!, I understand now that i can't find it on my computer instead of in the camera. Unfortunately i already delete the photo's from the camera... So there for i don't can look it up anymore on the camera it selfs. But thanks so much for your help!
 

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