Hello all, I have a slight confession. I have had my F80 for six months now, and while I've grasped a lot of this camera's fucntions, there are still four (yes, four!) buttons that I don't get. Can anyone help? Exposure Compensation Buttons So, I get the idea about dialling in say, a stop, to compensate for particularly bright or dark areas in the photo, but why do I need a button to do this? Why not just alter the setting manually so that it exposes one step higher or one step lower. And what is the difference between the plain old exposure compensation buttons and the flash compensation button? Bracketing Again, I get bracketing, you expose x stops either side of your chosen exposure so that you are bound to get the correct shot. However, I don't understand how my bracketing button works. Again, why wouldn't I just alter the settings and re-take the picture? Also, when I set it up how I think I want it and press the button, I expect it to take a number of frames (hence bracketing) but it just takes one I am confused, and probably quite dumb. Thanks for any help!