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Is there a way to keep your menu selection on the last option you used?

For example.  When I select MENU the cursor defaults to MY Menu.  I scroll up to IQ settings, make a change, and return to shooting.

When I press the MENU button again the cursor is back to MY Menu.  I really want it to stay on the IQ setting I was last using (or any other Menu setting).

It's a PITA to keep scrolling up and down, back to the previous setting.  (Note.  My Canon Menu retains the position of the last option I was using).

Thanks in advance for any help.

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Fujifilm has changed this on the latest camers such as the X100VI - recent cameras show the behaviour you are looking for.

However I don't believe you can choose the behaviour either on older or newer cameras.

Older cameras will return to either the My Menu or the first item in the IQ Menu if you don't have My Menu items so removing the My Menu items may be an option for you.

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3 hours ago, Greybeard said:

Fujifilm has changed this on the latest camers such as the X100VI - recent cameras show the behaviour you are looking for.

However I don't believe you can choose the behaviour either on older or newer cameras.

Older cameras will return to either the My Menu or the first item in the IQ Menu if you don't have My Menu items so removing the My Menu items may be an option for you.

Fixed. Thank you.  The act of adding items to MY MENY activates it, then it is prioritised when you press the MENU button.  I removed all the MY MENU items, which deactivated MY MENU, now the last Menu item is remembered.

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Ok, inversely, if you WANT to have the menu default to the My menu on the x100VI, AND you have items in the my menu,, how do you enable that feature?  I had it in the x100V, but Ilm not sure if it was purposely changed or if, like you said, it's a selectable feature. 

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