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Garth Ensley
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Good morning all , hope you are doing well.

Im wondering if anyone may be able to assist, im trying to set up bot my xh1 and xt30 to have the screen split when in manual focus.

I just cant seem to find the setting. I can get a square in the center but not when the display separates into 2 screens.

Ive had a look at the manual but no help , so im wondering if anyone might suggest what i might try.

Thank you.

Garth

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