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CSM 0-A and 0-b - what is the difference ?

zyghom

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zyghom Basic Member
Tue 29-Jan-02 12:26 PM

Hi all

I'm using my F5 for last few months but I have a question:
What is the difference between CSM 0-A and 0-b ?

My F5 behaves like "one shoot" camera on 0-A - is it normal ?
I mean - I have then only M and P, even so, AF field cannot be changed etc. Is that normal ?

Why do I ask ? I use SoftTalk2000 and it can change only 0-A but I CANNOT use it if this is "one shoot" camera only ?

I'm totally confused cause it WAS working fine but now it is not. (did I set up anything badly ?)
The same problem with recording data - I set up it to D but F5 does not recognize it.

Does anybody have any answer or solution ? Thanks in advance

Zygfryd H

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