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Hi Everyone,

 

Just brought a new x-s10 home yesterday and am trying to  get everything set up. I seem unable to set the left hand function dial to anything other than default, default(w exp com in M), and None. With all of the other buttons, I have a full menu of options to choose from to customize, but not on this dial. This seems contrary to what the guide says. So I'm stuck with film simulation or nothing on this dial?!

 

thanks for any help!

 

Peter

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  • 2 weeks later...

That's kinda funny because I made the same mistake. So to answer it you just scroll to the second page there you will find the difference settings. The one things I saw was a issue with the scenes dial, last time I checked, it does not move the scenes in that mode.

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