iAuto allows the camera to do all of the work, which allows you to point-n-shoot worry free. This mode will take care of all of the camera's settings as well as choosing the correct scene mode for your current situation, if relevant. With the dedicated video recording button, the camera is always ready to record, even in iAuto. The number of images and length of video is shown here at the bottom left.
Program mode gives you a little more control over the camera, but keep in mind, this is still an automatic shooting mode. With this, you get ISO, WB, etc. controls but the aperture and shutter speed are out of your control.
If you have a specific shooting situation and iAuto is not getting the job done, you can choose one of the many scene shooting modes specially designed for each scenario. This allows you to get a bit more creative and there are several options that the iAuto mode does not consider.
Pressing the ? button on the back brings up the in-camera guide. Here you can search for better ways to use the camera or handle shooting situations. It is very easy to use and saves you from having to carry the manual.
Pressing the OK button gives you access to the quick menu. These options are the most used settings for the current shooting modes. It also allows you to change the current shooting mode.
Program Shooting Menu:
Reset - Restore the camera to the factory defaults
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