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Posted 19 November 2017 - 01:44 PM

Hi,

 

I'm currently using the new D850 for wildlife , and have two buttons set up for back button focus. The af-on for using a single af point , and the joystick for group af (Action).

 

Is there any way i can store fStop and shutter speed settings for each of those. For example, with action shots i want a slightly higher fstop number, and faster shutter speed,

 

but since i shoot in Manual mode with auto ISO, need to change the shutter and fstop before i can switch between action and still subjects to get the settings i need. Not easy, when a

 

bird suddenly takes off.  I met a canon user today who can turn a wheel to give him different saved settings, what is the Nikon version of this?

 

Thanks for any help, I'm stuck.


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