Canon EOS 400D / Digital Rebel XTi/ Kiss X Digital Review
Setup 1 menu
|Option||Values / Actions||Notes|
|Auto power off|| 30 sec
|Sets camera power off time, this is the amount of "idle time" before the camera powers itself off. In the power off state the camera can be woken by half or fully depressing the shutter release (or turning the power switch to Off and back to On).|
|Auto rotate|| On (play mode and EXIF)
|When enabled the camera will display shots taken in the vertical orientation rotated.|
|LCD Brightness|| 1 - 7||Sets the LCD lamp strength. [clip]|
|Date/Time|| Set Date & Time
Set Date format
|File numbering|| Continuous *
|Controls the numbering method used for filenames.|
|Format the CF card|
Setup 2 menu
|Option||Values / Actions||Notes|
|Select menu language.|
|Video system|| NTSC
|Select video system for video out connector.|
|Custom Functions||(See below)|
|Clear settings|| Clear all camera settings
Clear all custom functions
|Sensor cleaning: Auto|| Clean now
Clean when on/off: Enable
Clean when on/off: Disable
|Allows you to execute a clean on the sensor and also define whether or not automatic cleaning is carried out. [clip]|
|Sensor cleaning: Manual|| OK
|Select OK to flip up the mirror and open the shutter to allow you to clean the sensor. Power Off once done.|
|Firmware ver.||Shows current firmware version|
Custom Functions (C. Fn) menu
|Option||Values / Actions|
|01: SET button / cross keys function||
0: SET: Picture Style
|02: Long exposure noise reduction||0: Off
|03: Flash sync. speed in Av mode||0: Auto
1: 1/200 sec (fixed)
|04: Shutter button / AE lock button||0: AF/AE lock
1: AE lock/AF
2: AF/AF lock, no AE lock
3: AE/AF, no AE lock
|05: AF-assist beam||0: Emits
1: Does not emit
2: Only external flash emits
|06: Exposure level increments||0: 1/3 stop
1: 1/2 stop
|07: Mirror lockup||0: Disable
|08: E-TTL II||0: Evaluative
|09: Shutter curtain sync.||0: 1st-curtain sync
1: 2nd-curtain sync
|10: Magnified view||0: Image playback only
1: Image review and playback
|11: LCD display when power ON||0: Display
1: Retain power OFF status
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