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Menu functions (Shooting menus)
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Returning to default settings (Reset)
Camera settings can be easily restored to default settings.
1
Select [Reset/Myset] in W Shooting Menu 1.
2
Select [Reset] and press z.
Highlight [Reset] and press I to choose the reset type.
To reset all settings except the time, date, and a few
others, highlight [Full] and press z.
g “Menu directory” (P. 138)
3
Select [Yes] and press z.
Reset/Myset
Reset
Myset1
Myset2
Myset3
Myset4 No Data
No Data
No Data
No Data
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Registering Favorites settings (Myset)
Saving Myset
With the exception of shooting mode, current camera settings can be saved to any of four
settings banks (“Myset”). Saved settings can be called up in P, A, S, and M modes.
1
Adjust settings in order to save.
2
Select [Reset/Myset] in W Shooting Menu 1.
3
Select the desired destination ([Myset1]–[Myset4]) and press I.
Selecting [Set] saves current settings, overwriting the settings currently in the bank.
To cancel the registration, select [Reset].
4
Select [Set] and press z.
Settings that can be saved to Myset g “Menu directory” (P. 138)
Using Myset
Sets the camera to the settings selected for Myset.
1
Select [Reset/Myset] in W Shooting Menu 1.
2
Select the desired settings ([Myset1]–[Myset4]) and
press z.
3
Select [Yes] and press z.
Reset/Myset
Reset
Myset1
Myset2
Myset3
Myset4 Set
Set
Set
Set
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The shooting mode does not change when MySet is executed from a menu.
If you assign MySet to a button, you can execute it by simply pressing the button. With
this operation, the shooting mode will change to the stored mode.
You can also assign Myset settings to the mode dial. g “Mode Dial Function” (P. 89)
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