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Apr 25, 2008 12:33 |  #1

I registered one of the five custom WB's. Now I want to delete it. Can't fiqure out how... Any ideas? Thanks.



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Apr 25, 2008 13:10 |  #2

Just don't use that slot, or register a new image over that slot, or switch to one of the other WB settings. I am not sure whether you can delete the wb value in a slot after the fact.


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Apr 25, 2008 13:13 as a reply to  @ TeamSpeed's post |  #3

Thanks. Yeah, I started to come to that conclusion. You can't delete them. You just have to over-write it.



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Apr 25, 2008 13:25 |  #4

It would be an obvious menu option to have, though, wouldn't it?


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Apr 25, 2008 13:27 as a reply to  @ TeamSpeed's post |  #5

Yes. So would being able to change focus points with the joystick.



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Apr 25, 2008 14:07 |  #6

RTMiller wrote in post #5402912 (external link)
Yes. So would being able to change focus points with the joystick.

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Apr 25, 2008 15:50 |  #7

RTMiller wrote in post #5402912 (external link)
Yes. So would being able to change focus points with the joystick.

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Ah yes, the Joystick Control function.

CF V.1 - 0 toggle af point, 1 - cycle through all points, 2 - u/d ISO l/r AF Mode


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Apr 25, 2008 16:35 |  #9

RTMiller wrote in post #5402912 (external link)
Yes. So would being able to change focus points with the joystick.


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TeamSpeed wrote in post #5403892 (external link)
Ah yes, the Joystick Control function.

CF V.1 - 0 toggle af point, 1 - cycle through all points, 2 - u/d ISO l/r AF Mode



On the MkIII you should be able to use C.Fn IV-3 (1) to use the joystick for direct AF selection and you can combine with C.Fn III-9 to lessen the AF points.

Checkout these guides for the C.Fn functions:
http://www.robgalbrait​h.com …_page.asp?cid=7​-8741-9036 (external link)


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