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X-E4 LCD and EVF settings


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Hi all,

 

The LCD and EVF view modes on the X-E4 are driving me mad. Hopefully, because the camera is new to me, I'm just missing something obvious somewhere.

 

This is what I want:

1. The LCD off at all times, unless I press 'menu' to change a setting, or Q to get to my Quick Menu, or 'Play' to review a photograph. When I press these three options I want the LCD to come on, but otherwise I want it to stay off.

2. The EVF on via the eye sensor.

 

If I choose EVF only view mode I can only see the menu via the EVF. Anything other mode and the LCD is always on, which i don't want.

 

What am I missing? This is possible, right?

 

Thanks

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