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Hi all,

I'm messing around with the different options for the view mode (via the viewmode button), but I can't get the setup I want: basically, I want to keep the rear LCD off at all times except when I press the play, menu, or Q button.  Is this possible?  Is there a custom setting somewhere I'm not toggling correctly?

Thanks for suggestions!

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