|01: SET button function *||0: Default (no function)
1: Change quality
2: Change Picture Style
3: Menu display
4: Image replay
|02: Long exposure noise reduction||0: Off
|03: Flash sync speed in Av mode *||0: Automatic (slow sync)
1: Fixed at 1/200 sec (when using flash)
|04: Shutter button / AE lock button|| 0: Shutter half-press: AE, AF. <*>: AE lock
1: <*>: AE, AF. Shutter half-press: AE lock
2: Shutter half-press: AE, AF. <*>: AF lock (no AE lock)
3: <*>: AE, AF (no AE lock). Shutter half-press: AE
|05: AF-assist beam / Flash firing *||0: Emits
1: Does not emit
|06: Exposure level increments||0: 1/2 stop increments
1: 1/3 stop increments
|07: Flash firing *||
|08: ISO expansion||0: Off
1: On (enables ISO 50 & 3200)
|09: Bracket sequence / auto cancel||
0: 0, -, + / Enable
|10: Superimposed display||0: On (highlight AF points on focusing screen)
|11: Menu button return position||0: Previous (top if camera is powered off)
|12: Mirror lockup **||0: Disable (normal)
1: Enable (first press of shutter release flips mirror up, second press takes exposure - reduces vibration)
|13: AF point selection method *||0: Normal
1: Multi-controller direct
2: Quick control dial direct
|14: E-TTL II *||0: Evaluative
|15: Shutter curtain sync||0: 1st curtain sync (flash fires after shutter opens)
1: 2nd curtain sync (flash fires before shutter closes)
|16: Safety shift in Av or Tv||0: Disabled
|17: AF point activation area *||0: Standard
|18: LCD display->Return to shoot. *||0: With Shutter Button only
1: Also with * etc.
|19: Lens AF stop button function||0: AF stop
1: AF start
2: AE lock while metering
3: AF point:M -> Auto/Auto -> ctr.
4: One Shot <> AI Servo
5: IS start
|20: Add original decision data||0: Off
|00: Focusing Screen||0: Ee-A
* New or changed compared to the EOS 20D
** In my opinion (and that of other photographers) there is no logical reason for mirror lockup to be hidden away in the custom function menu, instead it should be a selectable drive mode like self-timer.
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