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THE MODE MEMORY

What happens to settings such as white balance and the zoom position when you switch off your camera? They are lost, all the works settings are restored. Unless you use the mode memory. You use this to decide which current settings your camera should "remember". All the stored settings are set up again the next time you switch your camera on.

You can save your settings for these functions:

• BEST SHOT-mode
• Flash mode
• Focusing mode
• White balance mode
• ISO-sensitivity
• AF-range
• Measurement
• Delayed action shutter release
• Flash intensity
• Digital zoom mode
• Manual focusing position
• Zoom position

JUST FOLLOW THESE STEPS

Press [MENU] in a REC mode.
Select the "REC" register, choose "memory" and then press .
Use and to choose the function required and press .  

 
*1 If this function is switched on, your camera saves all the settings of the corresponding BEST SHOT-motif program and restores these the next time you switch the camera on. If this function is switched off, your camera starts in "automatic" status.
*2 Only the optical zoom position setting is saved.
Use and , to choose the setting required and press [SET].
•  The settings of the BEST SHOT mode take precedence over the settings you undertake in the mode memory - the only exception is the zoom position. If you switch your camera off in BEST SHOT mode, all the settings of the BEST SHOT motif program concerned will be saved and restored as soon as you switch your camera on the next time.
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