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[Question] How do I assign functions to the ADJ. lever ?
Assigning functions to the ADJ. lever allows you to quickly display various shooting setting screens with fewer button operations and without displaying shooting menu.
You can assign functions to the ADJ. lever using [ADJ Lever Setting 1] ~ [ADJ Lever Setting 4].
The functions that can be assigned to the ADJ. lever are shown below.
- • As default, functions are already assigned to the lever (see the chart below), but these can be changed to the following functions.
-- SCENE modes --
In the SCENE mode, the ADJ Lever is assigned as follows. The items are fixed and the ADJ Lever assignment is unavailable.
Skew Correct Mode,
Dynamic Range *1
|Exposure Comp., White Balance|
- *1 : Available only with the RICOH LENS P10 28-300mm
[ADJ. lever assignment procedure]
Go to the Key Custom Options in the Setup menu for assignment on [ADJ Lever Setting 1] ~ [ADJ Lever Setting 4].
In the Key Custom Options, choose a ADJ. Lever Setting, and press the [Fn2] button (to the right direction). Choose a feature with [+] or [-] button, and then press the [MENU/OK] button.
See the FAQ below for the Setup menu operations.
[Using ADJ. Lever]
In order to select an option currently assigned to the ADJ. Lever, press the ADJ. lever while the camera is in a Shooting mode. After the camera has changed into ADJ. mode, press the ADJ. Lever to the left or right, or press [Fn1] or [Fn2] button to select an option.
In the example below, [White Balance], [ISO], [Picture Quality] and [Image Settings] have been assigned to [ADJ Lever Setting 1] ~ [ADJ Lever Setting 4].
Press [Fn1] or [Fn2] button to select a value in a desired ADJ. Lever setting, and press the ADJ. lever or press the [MENU/OK] button to fix the setting.
Date created: April 12, 2010
Date modified: July 2, 2010
Product: GXR (GR LENS A12 50mm F2.5 MACRO), GXR (RICOH LENS S10 24-72mm F2.5-4.4 VC), GXR (RICOH LENS P10 28-300mm F3.5-5.6 VC)
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Category: Hardware operations
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