Q: How do I change the display mode?

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How do I change the display mode?

The display mode adjusts the display to best fit the lighting. You can adjust the display mode very easily: 1. Press the Setup button. 2. Press the System button. 3. Press the Display button. 4. Press the Display Mode Options button. 5. Choose between Night, Day, and Automatic.

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