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Understanding U1/U2 after saving settings

Joe Go

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Joe Go Registered since 31st Jan 2014
Sun 02-Feb-14 07:23 PM

I've saved the usual settings I want to have to U1 and I'm not clear on

1)what happens if, say, I am set on U1 but during the shoot change my ISO setting and then finish shooting and turn the camera off with U1 still set. When I turn the camera on again, still choosing U1, which ISO setting will come up, the one I originally saved to U1 or the one that includes the ISO change I made last time I shot with U1 selected?

2) Is the reset saved settings choice meant to switch me back to my original saved settings with U1 or U2 after a meant-to-be temporary change I've made (such as the ISO change I describe above) or is it the reverse, where reset settings will actually incorporate the change into a now revised set of U1 or U2 settings.

Thanks!

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