Getting out of Memory Settings
well, maybe the subject is not exactly what I meant...
I've just registered the three memory settings on my a6000. I know if I want M2, for example, that I turn the mode dial to MR, then select which of the three settings I want to use. But then if:
- If I want to go to another memory setting, what do I do? Do I have to turn the mode dial to another setting and then back to MR to open up the selection dialog? Or is there some simpler way?
- If I want to completely change the settings on the camera, how do I get out of the memory setting? For example, I set one of the memory positions to RAW + jpeg, and B&W for easier focusing with a manual lens and focus peaking. Then I next want to change to an automatic lens and want to be able to make just RAW images and display them on the LCD in color. Is there a quick way to do this without changing the image quality back to RAW and the picture style away from B&W? It seems that if I change the mode dial to P or A, it keeps the camera in RAW+jpeg and B&W.
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