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Focusing when focus bracketing with the GFX 100s


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When using the Auto bracketing feature to set both the A and B focus point a set of instructions appear on the LCD monitor. These instructions invariable get the the way of what I am trying to focus on. I end up spending a lot of time fiddling with the zoom function to get a clear view of the focus point. In the enclosed image I wanted to focus on the leaf behind the instructions.

Is there any way to turn the instructions off?

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