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Custom settings influence on other film simulations - X100V

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Hi,

I have created my own 7 Custom Settings for Film Simulation with different values for Grain Effect, Color Chrome effect, WB, DR, Sharpness etc...etc. When I choose one of the 7 Film Simulations from the Q-menu all the added settings working correct. But if I choose another Film Simulation from the main menu, the values from the last used Custom Setting are following. This is irritating and didn't happen on my X100F. Anyone with experience in this matter?

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Sounds like you are selecting 'Film Simulation' from the main menu instead of 'Select Custom Setting' which is another option further down. The latter is the same as the one you are successfully using in the Q menu. The former will only change the film sim. Why not just use the Q menu?

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On 6/26/2020 at 10:53 AM, Slugoon said:

Sounds like you are selecting 'Film Simulation' from the main menu instead of 'Select Custom Setting' which is another option further down. The latter is the same as the one you are successfully using in the Q menu. The former will only change the film sim. Why not just use the Q menu?

Always when selecting Custom Setting I can select one of the 7 I made and it works fine. But if I want to select another film sim. that is not among the 7, I want all the setting to 0 which seams not possible without changing them manually. Even if I Change from the q menu..

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I am surprised by your statement that this doesn’t happen on your F. Because I believe that is exactly how my F behaves. I will try later today.

As a workaround, you could always dedicate one custom setting to “everything on zero”.

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On 6/29/2020 at 9:53 AM, johant said:

I am surprised by your statement that this doesn’t happen on your F. Because I believe that is exactly how my F behaves. I will try later today.

As a workaround, you could always dedicate one custom setting to “everything on zero”.

Ok, so maybe I remember wrong about my previous F... Yes you are right about dedicating one of the 7, good idea! Thank you.

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