Focus – Touch this icon to select
the options menu. See Using the
Image size – Touch to set the size
(in pixels) of the picture you are
Scene mode – Choose from
Normal, Portrait, Landscape,
Sports, Sunset and Night.
ISO – The ISO rating determines
the sensitivity of the camera's light
sensor. The higher the ISO, the more
sensitive the camera will be. This is
useful under darker conditions when
you cannot use the flash.
White balance – Choose from
Auto, Incandescent, Sunny,
Fluorescent and Cloudy.
Colour effect – Choose a colour
tone for your new photo. Choose
from None, Sepia, Black & white,
Negative, Vivid, Negative sepia,
Blue, Emboss and Solarise.
Timer – The self-timer allows you to
set a delay before a picture is taken
after the shutter is pressed.
Shot mode – Select various
shooting modes from the options.
Image quality – Choose from
Super fine, Fine and Normal. The
finer the quality, the sharper the
photo. However, the file size will
increase as a result, which means
you'll be able to store fewer photos
in the memory.
Auto review – If you set Auto
review to on, it will show you
the picture you have just taken
Shutter sound – Select one of the
four shutter sounds.
Tag location – Activate to use your
phone's location-based services.
Take pictures wherever you are and
tag them with the location. If you
upload tagged pictures to a blog that
supports geotagging, you can see
the pictures displayed on a map.