Hint and I’m sure you thought of this - I program ALL bodies the same where possible now that I have 2 em1mk3 it’s easierI honestly don't know what I programmed it for.
Plus, I never can remember what I've put into the camera body's function/memory buttons either so I stay away from using them figuring it might go to where I don't want it to go, which might call for a total reset later on. I got too many bodies and lenses to remember what I programmed where and into what and for what.
You're lucky with two of the same thing.Hint and I’m sure you thought of this - I program ALL bodies the same where possible now that I have 2 em1mk3 it’s easier
I no longer own digital Nikon I’m Olympus and SonyYou're lucky with two of the same thing.
Sure, it would be easy for me if they were all the same make and model. But Pen-F is different in functions than an E-M1.1 or E-M1.2, and way different than a Nikon Z7 II, or Inspire 2's m43 drone cam, etc. Seeing M1, C1, U1, Fn-1 on Olympus lenses and whatever it is called on the buttons on the Nikon S lenses (??), is just too much for my feeble mind to comprehend and try and store and recall later as a memory function between brands/models.
Every time I switch models it takes me a while to figure out what setting is off for the given shooting circumstances. Trying to recall what was set in some camera's memory and why might take me another twenty minutes before I get comfortable with it. So it's often off to "Manual mode" land and then refine it later if I stay there too long. My next venture out with that camera is a whole new setting experience.
Where's my cellphone? Easier to operate, and not a bunch of buttons and memory stuff either. Even view camera was easier to operate.
On the E-M1 Mark III:Could someone help me out with this? I haven't been using the L-FN button, but the 'set af to home' sounds like a nice feature. I've set up the L-FN button, when I push it it sets the af point to the home position, but also sets the autofocus to manual which I don't want....