02-23-2023 07:56 AM - last edited on 02-23-2023 08:52 AM by Danny
I was wondering if it would be possible to set up multiple manual adjustaments and change them using the dial...
Like there's so many scene modes, but I only use the M one...
Example: let's say I am shooting an event, and people pose for photos indoor and outdoor, and I have to switch between the scenes and get the shoots quickly... I probably would have something like,
1. 1/250 f 1.8 ISO 100
2. 1/125 f 1.8 ISO 400
So I don't have to be always pressing multiple buttons to switch on to these settings, it would be useful to have something like M1, M2...
Is there a way to set up this?
02-23-2023 08:06 AM
What specific camera do you have? Custom shooting modes may be a solution to this.
02-23-2023 08:09 AM
02-23-2023 08:43 AM
You should be able to do this via custom shooting modes (C1, C2, and C3 on the mode dial). See page 408 of the User Manual for details on how to set that up.
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