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Hi, I have an X-T30 and interested in the way the histogram is displayed.

If I'm in looking through the viewfinder, then lower camera and look at the rear LCD, the histogram appears.  After a second or two it disappears.  The same when I rise camera to my eye - the histogram appears again then hides.

The operation seems odd - the histogram is enabled in the screen settings menu.

Thanks for any help.

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Thanks for the reply.

The key was to switch on "Large Indicators Mode" on.  Then it works as you describe where it hides when shutter button half pressed.  Downside is that the indicators are larger - funnily enough 🙂

I wonder whether it's a bug when the histogram flashes up when large indicators not on...  Anyway all sorted thanks.

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