Change button behavior Nikon D800


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Changing button behavior

By default many of the controls on your D800 are interlocked, meaning they don't work unless they're used in conjunction with another control. This is to prevent you from accidentally changing a parameter on the camera. For example, I am currently in Program mode-- that's what the P there indicates--and I can change that to a different mode by pressing and holding the Mode button-- when I do that my status display changes to this--and then turning the main command dial. That lets me switch to Shutter Priority mode, Aperture Priority mode, Manual mode, and then back to Program. We're going to go over all of those modes in great detail later in this course.

When I let go of the Mode button, I am back to here. If you'd like, you can deactivate that interlocking, to make it a little bit easier to use your camera. For example, some of the interlocking involves a control on this side of the camera and this side of the camera, so you really have to use two hands. You may pr...

Changing button behavior
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Changing button behavior provides you with in-depth training on Photography. Taught by Ben Long as part of the Shooting with the Nikon D800

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