Z9 rear LCD question
Z9 rear LCD question
1 month ago
Ho to all,
I need some help please. I have no idea what I set wrong by accident but my Subject Type for AF is not displayed on my LCD screen any more. It bugs me since any time I want to change from, let's say, animal to people I need to go into the menu.
I have changed my firmware recently to the lates version. Might this caused the disappearance of Subject Detection display from the rear screen?
Thanks in advance for your help.
Best regards, AIK
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