Ten More Customization Options
IN THIS CHAPTER
Changing the functions of a few buttons
Turning off the AF Assist beam
Creating custom folders and a custom menu
Tagging files with copyright data and cleaning instructions
Earlier chapters discuss major ways to customize your camera, such as changing the data displayed during picture playback and adjusting autofocusing performance. This chapter details ten customization options that aren’t quite as critical but may come in handy on occasion.
Changing the Furniture Around
If you like, you can change the function of the Set button, shutter button, AE Lock button, and the AF-ON button when shooing in the P, Tv, Av, or M exposure modes. Please don’t take advantage of these options, though, until you’re thoroughly familiar with how the camera works using the original function settings. If you modify a control, it’s not going to behave the way our instructions in the book indicate that it should.
Navigate to Custom Function 14 in Setup Menu 4. Press the Set button to get started. Then highlight the control you want to customize, ...