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3. Shooting Menu > Reset Shooting Menu

Reset Shooting Menu

(User’s Manual – Page 202)

Be careful with this selection. Reset shooting menu does what it says—it resets the Shooting Menu, only for the currently selected user setting (U1, U2, or outside the user settings), back to the factory default configuration (Figure 3-2). If you have U1 selected on the Mode dial, it resets only U1, and so forth.

Reset shooting menu

Figure 3-2. Reset shooting menu

This is a rather simple process. Here are the steps to reset the Shooting Menu:

  1. Select Reset shooting menu and scroll to the right (Figure 3-2).

  2. Choose Yes or No.

  3. Press the OK button.

If you select Yes, the user setting you are currently using will be reset to the factory defaults (including the five nonsaveable ones).

Note: This function resets all Shooting Menu functions, including the five settings that cannot be saved in a User setting: Storage folder, File naming, Manage Picture Control, Multiple exposure, and Interval timer shooting. This may be a problem if you have carefully configured one of the five settings and then answer Yes to Reset shooting menu because your carefully adjusted settings will be reset immediately.


  

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