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Nov 08, 2008 02:52 |  #1

I lent a friend my 40D and all of my custom functions were reset to default. I think I got everything back to normal with one exception. The ISO reading, as opposed to 100, 200, 400, ect. instead reads Auto, 2oo, 4oo, ect. I have changed every menu option I can think of but the problem persists. I'll be shooting the Blue Angles tomorrow afternoon and need my regular ISO settings! Help??


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Nov 08, 2008 03:05 |  #2

You have Hightlight Tone Priority turned on. Forget what Custom Function it is but you'll see it.

Edit: It's under CF II - Image #3




  
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Nov 08, 2008 03:07 |  #3

Check for "Highlight Tone Priority" in your custom functions. It removes the ISO 100 option if it's enabled, so set it to disabled and you'll hopefully get your 100 back.


[edit] Beaten to it ;) [/edit]


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Nov 08, 2008 03:12 |  #4

That was the ticket, thanks guys!


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Nov 08, 2008 03:14 |  #5

nothsa wrote in post #6646493 (external link)
Check for "Highlight Tone Priority" in your custom functions. It removes the ISO 100 option if it's enabled, so set it to disabled and you'll hopefully get your 100 back.


[edit] Beaten to it ;) [/edit]

Almost exact same time but I was quicker to the draw :D




  
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