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If you're not an English speaker you can switch the interface of your camera to a different language. Obviously, this can make it easier to navigate your camera's menus and it's a great way to bone up on a foreign language. For example, set it to Dutch and next time you're in Holland you'll be able walk into your hotel and say "peripheral illumination correction." When you first turned on your camera it should've asked you for your language preference. So you'll probably never need to change this, but if you do you're here its how. You'll find the Language function in the same menu where Date and Time was. I am here in second tools menu and there is just this option that says Language.
One thing that's nice about it as it has a little icon next to it, a little cartoony guy with a speech balloon, because after you've changed the language to something that you can't read this may be your only way to find your way back to it. So I just select that and hit Set and it gives me this big menu of all the different languages that the camera speaks. I can pick the one that I want, hit OK, and now my menus has changed. So I'm just going to set that right back to English and that will be the end of that. Again, this is probably not something that you'll ever need to do once you've initially set the language of the camera.
But if you accidentally change it, this is where it is and this is how to get back to it.
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