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I just bought a fuji x-t4, and since it's my first fuji camera I'm still lost in the menus. I found the option where I can set if I want it to focus before shooting or shoot right away: It's called RELEASE/FOCUS PRIORITY and can be found in the AF/MF menu. Here's a reference: http://fujifilm-dsc.com/en/manual/x-t3/menu_shooting/af_mf_setting/index.html

Now how can I use a shortcut to quickly change it? I'm used to shoot a nikon camera where I've set up a shortcut to toggle this option when a "fn" button is pressed.

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Hi, there are three options to store quick access to specific functions: http://fujifilm-dsc.com/en/manual/x-t4/shortcuts/shortcut_options/index.html 

These are the MY MENU, the Q menu or you can assign functions to specific function buttons (Fn). However, the function you refer to (release/focus priority) can only be assigned to MY MENU and unfortunately not (for some strange reason) to the Q Menu or a Fn button.

To assign the function to MY MENU read this: http://fujifilm-dsc.com/en/manual/x-t4/shortcuts/my_menu/index.html

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