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"Save" Exposure Setings & Restore

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Helo There

Imagine you are shooting an event

I have a little question : What if you want to "Save" your Exposure settings lets say for indoor flash use and then go out and use difrent settings and then back in and restore the previous  camera settings (meaning ISO + SS + app WB ect) in a single way and not wasting time maybe figguring what settings you may have previously entered . That is helpfull for constant use inside and outside of a church. Is it possible ? ( i dont own one yet so its not easy to tell)

 

Thank you

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