Automatic Mode: Helps select the best shutter speed for your camera.
Portrait Mode: It helps select the best shutter speed for the camera.
Macro Mode: This mode lets you move your closer into your subject to take a close up picture.
Landscape Mode: It sets the camera up with a small aperture (large number) to make sure as much of the scene you’re photographing will be in focus as possible , which gives you depth of field.
Sports Mode: Moving Objects, and usually used for sports and is designed for.
Night Mode: Is for shooting low-light shots, and it will adjust the lighting, and color’s easily for you.
Movie Mode: This camera helps capture moving photos from still ones.
Aperture Priority Mode: You choose a type of aperture and it adjusts the ISO, and shutter speed.
Shutter Priority Mode: Is used to get more control over shutter speed, you can choose a type of shutter speed and it adjusts your settings to the speed.
Program Mode: Is similar to Auto but gives more control in flash, white balance, ISO, and more.
Manual Mode: This mode gives you flexibility for your shots.