Like many other point-and-shoot cameras, the F31FD has other shooting modes as well. Included on the function dial at the top of the camera is the main control dial with Auto, Manual, Aperture Priority, Shutter Priority/Scene Mode, Electronic Image Stabilization (ISO Boost, in other words) and Video. In the Scene mode, you have a choice of 15 preset scene types, including snow, fireworks, portrait, natural light and one that we thought particularly useful -- Natural Light and Flash, or a fill-flash mode. There's also a listing for "Underwater" mode, which is a little confusing. The F31FD isn't an underwater camera, but rather can shoot underwater while inside an underwater housing. According to Fuji, this mode gives blues in the ocean a more vivid saturation. Another interesting menu item in manual mode is the ability to switch from "Finepix" color to "Chrome" or "Black and White." In black and white mode, even the viewfinder turns monochrome and allows you to see the image in black and white before you make your photos. At first I though it was a little strange, but ended up really liking this ability and used it with great success while shooting on the beach. In "Chrome" mode, the color saturation is boosted to have more of a "Fujichrome" look to it, which many photographers covet.