Nikon D200: Custom Settings vs Shooting Banks

First published on: Thursday, 24 May 2012

Here’s a good analogy shared by DaveEmtb to help grasp the difference between custom settings and shooting banks:
“… shooting banks are like film presets, and the custom settings banks are different camera configurations …”

Unfortunately, changing a setting, say ISO while you’re in eg Shooting Bank A, automatically saves the new ISO value for that bank, which slightly negates their usefulness.


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