Ten More Ways to Customize Your Camera
In This Chapter
Storing your favorite settings as a custom exposure mode (C mode)
Creating your own menu and custom folders
Changing the color space (sRGB versus Adobe RGB)
Assigning new functions to camera buttons
Exploring a host of autofocus tweaks
Have you ever tried to cook dinner in someone else’s house or work from another colleague’s desk? Why is nothing stored in the right place? The coffee cups, for example, should be stowed in the cabinet above the coffee maker, and yet there they are, way across the kitchen, in the cupboard near the fridge. And everyone knows that the highlighter pens belong in the middle top drawer, not the second one on the left. Yeesh.
In the same way, you may find a particular aspect of your camera’s design illogical or maybe a tad inconvenient. If so, check out this chapter, which introduces you to a slew ...