Specifying Power On Default Settings

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OTHER RECORDING FUNCTIONS

Specifying Power On Default Settings

The camera’s “mode memory” feature lets you specify the
power on default settings individually for the REC mode,
flash mode, focus mode, white balance mode, ISO
sensitivity, AF Area, digital zoom mode, manual focus
position and zoom position. Turning on mode memory for a
mode tells the camera to remember the status of that mode
when you turn off the camera, and restore it the next time
you turn the camera back on. When mode memory is
turned off, the camera automatically restores the initial
factory default setting for the applicable mode.
The following table shows what happens when you turn
mode memory on or off for each mode.

Function

REC Mode

Flash

Focus

*

1

White Balance

ISO

AF Area

Digital Zoom

MF Position

Zoom Position

*

2

On

Setting when
camera is
turned off

Off

 Snapshot

Auto

Auto

Auto

Auto

Spot

On

Last Auto Focus
position that was in
effect before you
switched to manual
focus

Wide

*

1 Focus mode setting is not remembered for the Movie

Mode. Mode automatically returns to PF (Pan Focus).

*

2 Only the optical zoom position is remembered.