Nikon D3 Review

 
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Nikon D3 Modes and Menus

Capture Modes

The Nikon D3 doesn't have a mode dial, but instead has a mode button. The current exposure mode is displayed on the LCD and viewfinder and can be changed by pressing this button and rotating the main (rear) command dial. Available exposure modes are: P (Programmed Auto), S (Shutter Priority), A (Aperture Priority) or M (Manual). Like all pro Nikons, the D3 doesn't offer any scene modes.

Programmed Auto: Lets the camera control the shutter speed and aperture settings, although you can vary its choices by turning the Command dial (that is, you can increase or decrease the aperture the camera has chosen, and the camera will vary the shutter speed to maintain the same overall exposure value. Once you've chosen an offset in the aperture/shutter combination, the camera will continue to control the exposure automatically, while maintaining the aperture/shutter bias you've selected.) This ability to select a persistent bias for the exposure system is very useful, in many cases more so than conventional Aperture or Shutter Priority metering (see below). This is because the "tweaked" Program AE will track even radical changes in subject lighting, not being constrained to a single aperture or shutter speed.

Aperture Priority: Allows you to set the aperture value while the camera automatically selects the appropriate shutter speed. Available apertures will vary with the lens in use.

Shutter Speed Priority: Allows you to set the shutter speed value while the camera automatically selects the appropriate aperture. Shutter speeds range from 1/8,000 to 30 seconds in this mode.

Manual: Lets you select both the aperture value and shutter speed, and increases the shutter speed range to include a Bulb setting for exposures longer than 30 seconds. The currently selected flash sync speed can also be selected as the shutter speed in this setting.

 

Menus

Pressing the Menu button provides access to the camera's full menu system. In the tables below, we've highlighted cells in green for entirely new options and in yellow for changed options after upgrading to firmware version v2.00.


Playback Menu


(Click to view the complete Playback Menu matrix (v1.00).)


Playback Menu Options
Top-Level
Selection
Second-Level
Third-Level
Notes
Delete
- Selected
- Selected Image
Deletes pictures from the camera memory card. Hidden and protected images will not be deleted.
- All
- Slot 1
- Slot 2
Playback Folder
- NCD3
- All
- Current
Select a folder for playback.
Hide Image
- Select/set
- Selection screen

 

Reveal or hide selected images.
- Deselect all?
- Reveal all hidden images?
- Yes
- No
Display Mode
- Done

 

 

Basic photo info
- Focus point

Detailed photo info
- Highlights
- RGB histogram
- Data

Allows you to select what shooting information is displayed with the picture during playback.

Highlights moved from Basic to Detailed in firmware v2.00.

Copy Image(s)
- Slot 1 Select image(s)

 

 

 

- Select folder screen
- Deselect all
- Select all images
- Select protected images

 

Allows you to copy images from the card in slot 1 to the card in slot 2.
- Slot 2 Select destination folder
- Select folder by number
- Select folder from list

 

- Copy images?
- Copy images?
- Yes
- No
Image Review
- On
- Off
Allows you to choose if you want to see your picture displayed right after it is shot.
After Delete
- Show next
- Show previous
- Continue as before
Lets you choose which remaining picture will be displayed after a picture is deleted.
Rotate Tall
- On
- Off
Allows pictures that were shot in portrait orientation to be rotated correctly on the LCD monitor.
Slide Show
- Start

 

 

- OK

 

Allows you to create a slide show of existing pictures with your choice of interval between pictures. Hidden pictures will not be displayed.
- Frame interval
- 2 s
- 3 s
- 5 s
- 10 s
- Audio playback
- On
- Off
Print Set (DPOF)
- Select/set

 

- Select image screen

 

 

Allows you to select which pictures to print on a DPOF compatible printer.
- Deselect all?
- Remove print marking from all images?
- Yes
- No

 

Shooting Menu


(Click to view the complete Shooting Menu matrix
(v1.00).)


Shooting Menu Options
Top-Level
Selection
Second-Level
Third-Level
Notes
Shooting Menu Bank
- A
- B
- C
- D
- Rename screen

This allows you to set up 4 different menu banks and lets you customize these options to your liking. These options stay set when you turn the camera off. The names can be changed if needed.

- Rename
- A
- B
- C
- D
Reset Shooting menu

- Yes
- No

Restores default settings to the shooting menu.
Active Folder
- New folder number
- 100-999
Choose the active folder name where your images will be stored.
- Select folder
- 101NC_D3
File Naming
- sRGB
- Adobe RGB
- File naming screen
This is used to rename the file names used by sRGB or Adobe RGB.
Slot 2
- Overflow
- Backup
- RAW Slot 1 - JPEG Slot 2
This is used to define how the Compact Flash slot 2 is to be used.
Image Quality
- NEF (RAW) + JPEG fine
- NEF (RAW) + JPEG normal
- NEF (RAW) + JPEG basic
- NEF (RAW)
- TIFF (RGB)
- JPEG fine
- JPEG normal
- JPEG basic
Choose the type of file you want to capture.
Image Size
- Large
- Medium
- Small
Choose the images size you want to capture.
Image Area
- Auto DX crop

 

 

- On
- Off

 

 

Choose the images size you want to capture. If you choose smaller than full frame format it will mask off the shooting area in the viewfinder.
- Choose image area
- FX format (36x24)
- DX format (24x16)
- 5:4(30x24)
JPEG Compression
- Size priority
- Optimal quality
Compress images based on a fixed size or on the best quality.
NEF (RAW) recording
- Type

 

 

- Lossless compressed
- Compressed
- Uncompressed

 

Choose the type and bit depth of the Raw images you want to capture.
- NEF (RAW) bit depth
- 12-bit
- 14-bit
White Balance
- Auto
- Incandescent
- Fluorescent
- Direct Sunlight
- Flash
- Cloudy
- Shade
- Choose color temp.
- Preset manual
- Adjustment screen (all modes except "Choose color temp" which allows you to choose color temp from 2500K to 10,000K)
Adjusts the white balance to match the conditions you are shooting in.
Set Picture Control
- Standard
- Neutral
- Vivid
- Monochrome
- Quick adjust or Grid screen
- Sharpening
- Contrast
- Brightness
- Saturation
- Hue
Set the picture control option for various intensities of color or to black and white.

Adjustment of these values can be done with either a grid type process or with the quick adjust values screen.

Up to 99 custom picture controls can be saved to a memory card.

Manage Picture Control
- Save/edit

 

 

- Standard
- Neutral
- Vivid
- Monochrome

 

Adjustment of these values can be done with either a grid type process or with the quick adjust values screen.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

- Rename
- C1 Unused
- C2 Unused
- C3 Unused
- C4 Unused
- C5 Unused
- C6 Unused
- C7 Unused
- Delete
- C1 Unused
- C2 Unused
- C3 Unused
- C4 Unused
- C5 Unused
- C6 Unused
- C7 Unused
- Load/save
- Copy to camera

- Delete from card

- Copy to card

- C1 Unused
- C2 Unused
- C3 Unused
- C4 Unused
- C5 Unused
- C6 Unused
- C7 Unused
Color Space
- sRGB
- Adobe
Color space determines the amount of color in your pictures.
Active D-Lighting
- High
- Normal
- Low
- Off
This will help preserve the details in light and dark areas of the picture. Shadows and highlights.
Vignette Control
- High
- Normal
- Low
- Off
Added in firmware v.200, this option helps reduce corner shading or "vignetting" in JPEGs. Also tags NEFs for similar processing in Capture NX2 software.
Long Exp. NR
- On
- Off
Turns on the Noise Reduction for images taken with a shutter speed of greater than one second.
High ISO NR
- High
- Normal
- Low
- Off
Selects the amount of Noise Reduction when using an ISO of greater than 2,000.
ISO Sensitivity Settings
- ISO sensitivity

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

- LO 1
- LO 0.7
- LO 0.3
- 200
- 250
- 320
- 400
- 500
- 640
- 800
- 1000
- 1250
- 1600
- 2000
- 2500
- 3200
- 4000
- 5000
- 6400
- HI 0.3
- HI 0.7
- HI 1
- HI 2
This adjusts many settings dealing with ISO sensitivity. See the manual for details. Note: These options are variable depending on the b1 Custom setting for ISO sensitivity step value.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

1/320 to 1/4000 s added in firmware v2.00.

- ISO Sensitivity auto control
- On
- Off
- Maximum sensitivity
- 400
- 800
- 1600
- 3200
- 6400
- HI 1
- HI 2
- Minimum shutter speed
- 1/4000 s
- 1/3200 s
- 1/2500 s
- 1/2000 s
- 1/1600 s
- 1/1250 s
- 1/1000 s
- 1/800 s
- 1/640 s
- 1/500 s
- 1/400 s
- 1/320 s
- 1/250 s
- 1/200 s
- 1/160 s
- 1/125 s
- 1/100 s
- 1/80 s
- 1/60 s
- 1/50 s
- 1/40 s
- 1/30 s
- 1/15 s
- 1/8 s
- 1/4 s
- 1/2 s
- 1 s
Live View
- Live View Mode

 

- Hand-held
- Tripod

 

Allows you to select which mode of Live view you want to use. You can also select the frame advance rate.
- Release Mode
- S Single frame
- CL Continuous low-speed
- CH Continuous high-speed
Multiple Exposure
- Done

 

- OK

 

Allows you to do from 2 to 10 multiple exposures.
- Number of shots
- 2 - 10 shots
- Auto gain
- On
- Off
Interval Timer Shooting
- Choose start time
- Now

 

 

 

Allows you to set the start time, the interval between shots and the number of shots to capture.
- Start time
- Start time
- Interval
- Select intvls X no. of shots
- On
- Off

 

Custom Settings Menu


(Click to view the complete Custom Settings matrix
(v1.00).)


Custom Menu Options
Top-Level
Selection
Second-Level
Third-Level
Notes
Custom Setting Bank
- A
- B
- C
- D
- Rename screen
Custom settings can be stored in four separate custom banks. You can switch between them at any time and rename them.
- Rename
- A
- B
- C
- D
Reset Custom Settings
- Yes
- No
Restores custom settings to their default values.
A- Autofocus
- a1 AF-C priority selection

 

 

- Release
- Release + focus
- Focus

 

These custom menu functions control all aspects of the Autofocus system. See manual for greater detail.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Focus point brightness option added in firmware v.200.

- a2 AF-S priority selection
- Release
- Focus
- a3 Dynamic AF area
- 9 points
- 21 points
- 51 points
- 51 points (3D tracking)
- a4 Focus tracking w/lock-on
- Long
- Normal
- Short
- Off
- a5 AF activation

 

- Shutter/AF-ON
- AF-ON only
- a6 Focus point Illumination

 

- Manual focus mode
- On
- Off

- Continuous mode
- On
- Off

- Focus point brightness
- +2 Extra high
- +1 High
- 0 Normal
- -1 Low
- a7 Focus point wrap-around

 

- Wrap
- No wrap

 

- a8 AF point selection

 

- AF51 51 points
- AF11 11 points
- a9 AF-ON button
- AF-ON
- AE/AF lock
- AE lock only
- AE lock (Reset on release)
- AE lock (hold)
- AF lock only
- a10 Vertical AF-ON button
- Same as AF-ON
- AF-ON
- AE/AF lock
- AE lock only
- AE lock (Reset on release)
- AE lock (hold)
- AF lock only
B- Metering/Exposure
- b1 ISO sensitivity step value

 

 

- 1/3 step
- 1/2 step
- 1 step

 

These custom menu functions control all aspects of the Metering/Exposure system. See manual for greater detail.
- b2 EV steps for exposure cntrl.
- 1/3 step
- 1/2 step
- 1 step

 

- b3 EV steps for exposure comp
- 1/3 step
- 1/2 step
- 1 step
- b4 Easy exposure compensation
- On(Auto reset)
- On
- Off
- b5 Center-weighted area
- 8 mm
- 12 mm
- 15 mm
- 20 mm
- Average

 

- b6 Fine tune optimal exposure
- Exposure compensation icon is not displayed when exposure is altered from the default value. Continue?
- Yes
- No
C- Timers/AE Lock
- c1 Shutter-release button AE-L
- On
- Off
These custom menu functions control all aspects of the Self-timer and AE lock. See manual for greater detail.
- c2 Auto meter-off delay
- 4s
- 6s
- 8s
- 16s
- 30s
- 1 min.
- 5 min.
- 10 min.
- 30 min.
- No Limit
- c3 Self-timer delay
- 2 s
- 5 s
- 10 s
- 20 s
- c4 Monitor off delay
- 10 s
- 20 s
- 1 min.
- 5 min.
- 10 min.
D- Shooting/Display
- d1 Beep

 

- High
- Low
- off
These custom menu functions control all aspects of the Shooting/Display system. See manual for greater detail.
- d2 shooting speed
- Continuous high-speed
- 11 fps
- 10 fps
- 9 fps

- Continuous low-speed
- 9 fps
- 8 fps.
- 7 fps
- 6 fps.
- 5 fps
- 4 fps.
- 3 fps.
- 2 fps
- 1 fps
- d3 Max. continuous release
- Select 1-130
- d4 File number sequence
- On
- Off
- Reset
- d5 Control panel/viewfinder
- Rear control panel
- ISO sensitivity
- Exposures remaining
- Viewfinder display
- Frame count
- Exposures remaining
- d6 Shooting info display
- Auto
- Manual
- d7 LCD illumination
- On
- Off
- d8 Exposure delay mode
- On
- Off
E- Bracketing/Flash
- e1 Flash sync speed

 

 

 

 

- 1/250 s (Auto FP)
- 1/250 s
- 1/200 s
- 1/160 s
- 1/125 s
- 1/100 s
- 1/80 s
- 1/60 s
These custom menu functions control all aspects of the Bracketing/flash system. See manual for greater detail.
- e2 Flash shutter speed
- 1/60 s
- 1/30 s
- 1/15 s
- 1/8 s
- 1/4 s
- 1/2 s
- 1 s
- 2 s
- 4 s
- 8 s
- 15 s
- 30
- e3 Modeling flash
- On
- Off
- e4 Auto bracketing set
- AE & flash
- AE only
- Flash only
- WB bracketing
- e5 Auto bracketing (Mode M)
- Flash / speed
- Flash / speed / aperture
- Flash / aperture
- Flash only
- e6 Bracketing order
- MTR > under > over
- Under > MTR > over
F- Controls

 

- f1 Multi selector center button

 

- Shooting mode
- Select center focus point
- Not used

- Playback mode
- Thumbnail on/off
- View histograms

- Zoom on/off
- Low magnification
- Medium magnification
- High magnification

These custom menu functions control all aspects of the external Controls system. See manual for greater detail.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Firmware version 2.00 added new choose image area and shooting menu bank options.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Firmware version 2.00 added new choose image area and shooting menu bank options.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Firmware version 2.00 added new choose image area and shooting menu bank options.
- f2 Multi selector

 

- Reset Meter-off delay
- Do nothing
- f3 Photo info/playback
- Info (left/right) / Playback (up/down)
- Info (up/down) / Playback (left/right)
- f4 Assign FUNC. button
- FUNC. button press:
- Preview
- FV lock
- AE/AF lock
- AE lock only
- AE lock (Reset on release)
- AE lock (Hold)
- AF lock only
- Flash off
- Bracketing burst
- Matrix metering
- Center-weighted
- Spot metering
- Virtual horizon
- None

- FUNC. button + dials:
- Choose image area (FX/DX/5:4)
- 1 step spd/aperture
- Choose non-CPU lens number
- Focus point -selection
- Shooting menu bank
- None
- f5 Assign preview button
- Preview button press:
- Preview
- FV lock
- AE/AF lock
- AE lock only
- AE lock (Reset on release)
- AE lock (Hold)
- AF lock only
- Flash off
- Bracketing burst
- Matrix metering
- Center-weighted
- Spot metering
- Virtual horizon
- None

- Preview + command dials:
- Choose image area (FX/DX/5:4)
- 1 step spd/aperture
- Choose non-CPU lens number
- Shooting menu bank
- None
- f6 Assign AE-L/AF-L button
- AE-L/AF-L button press:
- Preview
- FV lock
- AE/AF lock
- AE lock only
- AE lock (Reset on release)
- AE lock (Hold)
- AF lock only
- AF-ON
- Flash off
- Bracketing burst
- Matrix metering
- Center-weighted
- Spot metering
- Virtual horizon
- None

- AE-L/AF-L + command dials:
- Choose image area (FX/DX/5:4)
- Choose non-CPU lens number
- Shooting menu bank
- None
- f7 Customize command dials
- Reverse rotation
- Yes
- No

- Change main/sub
- On
- Off

- Aperture setting
- Sub-command dial
- Aperture ring

- Menus and playback
- On
- Off
- f8 Release button to use dial
- Yes
- No
- f9 No memory card?
- Lock Release Locked
- OK Enable Release
- f10 Reverse indicators
- + 0 - display
- - 0 + display

 

Setup Menu


(Click to view the complete Setup Menu matrix
(v1.00).)


Setup Menu Options
Top-Level
Selection
Second-Level
Third-Level
Notes
Format Memory Card

 

- Yes
- No
Formats camera memory card.
LCD Brightness
- -3/+3 adjustment
Adjusts LCD brightness darker or lighter 3 arbitrary units each way.
Lock Mirror Up for Cleaning
- Start OK
This locks the mirror up to allow manual cleaning of the imaging sensor.
Video Mode
- NTSC
- PAL
Selects the video output mode for display on a TV.
HDMI
- Auto
- 480P (progressive)
- 576P (progressive)
- 720P (progressive)
- 1080I (interlaced)
High Definition Multimedia Interface. Allows pictures to be played back on High Definition TVs and monitors with the appropriate cable (not supplied).
World Time

 

- Time zone

 

- Graphical time zone selector
Selects the time zone and date format that you want to use and sets the camera to use Daylight Savings time or not.
- Date and time
- Date format
- Daylight saving time
- YMD and HMS
- YMD, MDY, DMY
- On
- Off
Language

 

- German
- English
- Spanish
- Finnish
- French
- Italian
- Dutch
- Polish
- Portuguese
- Russian
- Swedish
- Traditional Chinese
- Simplified Chinese
- Japanese
- Korean
Selects the language that the camera will use.
Image Comment

 

- Done
- OK
Allows comments to be added to a picture.
- Input comment
- Data entry screen
- Attach comment
- Set
Auto Image Rotation

 

- On
- Off
Decides if the camera will automatically orient your picture properly for viewing during playback.
Voice Memo

 

- Off

 

 

 

- OK
Records a voice memo.
- 5s On(Auto and manual)
- 5 s
- 10 s
- 20 s
- 30 s
- 45 s
- 60 s
- Manual only
- OK
Voice Memo overwrite

 

- Disable
- Enable
Allows overwriting of a voice memo for the most recent photograph.
Voice Memo button

 

- Press and hold
- Press to start/stop
Allows you to specify how the Voice memo button is activated.
Audio output

 

- Via speaker
- Speaker volume 1-5
Allows you to select how the audio output is to be played back.
- HDMI/audio-video output
- Off
USB

 

- Mass Storage
- MTP/PTP
Selects a connection option to a computer or a Pictbridge printer.
Dust Off Ref Photo

 

 

- Start
- Take photo of bright featureless white object 10cm from lens. Focus will be set to infinity
Captures the reference data used to filter out dust electronically.
Battery Info

 

 

- Batt. meter %
- Pic. meter (nnn)
- Calibration
- Charging life
Gives very detailed information about battery condition, age and shots fired on this battery.
Wireless Transmitter

 

 

- Mode
- Transfer settings
- Print
- Device info
- Device settings
Select various settings for use with a wireless network.
Image Authentication

 

 

- On
- Off
Allows you to turn image authentication on for photos about to be taken for detection by Nikon's image authentication software.
Copyright Information

 

 

- Done
- Artist
- Copyright

- Attach copyright information checkbox
Allows you attach a copyright string to image files. Artist name can be up to 36 characters while Copyright can be 54 characters.
Save/Load Settings

 

 

- Save settings
- Load settings
Allows you to Save specific settings to the memory card. These are described in the manual.
GPS

 

 

- Auto Meter off
- Enable
- Disable
When a GPS unit is connected to the camera it can record latitude, longitude, altitude, time and heading information. See manual for specific GPS units the camera has been tested with.
- Position
Virtual horizon

 

 

- Horizon display
Displays a virtual horizon. This is based on data from the cameras orientation sensor.
Non-CPU Lens Data

 

- Done
Allows you specify data for lenses without CPU's to allow them to use some functions of CPU equipped lenses. Up to 9 lenses can be entered. See manual for full details.
- Lens Number
-1 thru 9
- Focal Length
-6 thru 4000
- Maximum aperture
-F1.2 thru F22
AF Fine Tune

 

- Af fine tune
- On
- Off
Allows you to enter focus correction factors to fine tune focusing with lenses that you define via this menu. See manual for full details.
- Saved value
- + or - 20 units
- Default
- + or - 20 units
- List saved values
- Lens, Lens number
Firmware Version
- A
-Version
Displays which firmware version the camera is using.
- B
-Version

 

Retouch Menu


(Click to view the complete Retouch Menu matrix
(v1.00).)


Retouch Menu Options
Top-Level
Selection
Second-Level
Third-Level
Notes
D-Lighting

 

- Picture selection
- Normal
- High
- Low

Adjusts the D-lighting to brighten shadows.

Red-Eye Correction

 

- Picture selection
Allows you to remove Red-eye from your pictures. It saves the new picture and retains the old one.
Trim
- Picture selection
- Trim screen
Allows you to crop a picture. It saves the new picture and retains the old one.
Monochrome
- Black-and-white
- Sepia
- Cyanotype
- Selection screen
Allows you to copy pictures to black and white, sepia or cyanotype.
Filter Effects
- Skylight
- Warming
- Selection screen
Selects the time that an image is displayed on the LCD monitor after the picture is taken.
Color Balance
- Selection window
- Adjustment screen
Allows you to change the color balance via the adjustment window.
Image Overlay
- Selection window
- Image overlay screen
Allows you to take 2 Raw images and combine them into a third picture.
Side-By-Side Comparison
- Selection window
- Comparison screen
This option does not appear on the menu screen until you select an image that has already been retouched. Once it is selected you press the Menu button and this option will be there. It lets you compare your retouched image with your original image.

 

My Menu


(Click to view the My Menu matrix
(v1.00).)

My Menu Options
Top-Level
Selection
Second-Level
Third-Level
Notes
Delete
- Selected
- Selection screen
Allows you to delete either selected photos or all the photos on the memory card.
- All
- Slot 1
- Slot 2
Add Items
- Playback menu
- Delete
- Playback folder
- Hide image
- Display mode
- Copy image(s)
- Image review
- After delete
- Rotate tall
- Slide show
- Print set (DPOF)
This let you add options to create a customized list of options.
- Shooting menu
- Shooting Menu Bank
- Reset Shooting Menu
- Active Folder
- File Naming
- Slot 2
- Image Quality
- Image Size
- Image Area
- JPEG Compression
- NEF (RAW) recording
- White Balance
- Set Picture Control
- Manage Picture Control
- Color Space
- Active D-Lighting
- Long Exp. NR
- High ISO NR
- ISO Sensitivity settings
- Live View
- Multiple Exposure
- Interval Timer Shooting
- Custom setting menu
- Custom Setting Bank
- Reset Custom Settings
- A Autofocus
- B Metering/exposure
- C Timers/AE lock
- D Shooting/display
- E Bracketing/flash
- F Controls
- Setup menu
- Format Memory Card
- LCD Brightness
- Lock Mirror up for cleaning
- Video mode
- HDMI
- World time
- Language
- Image comment
- Auto image rotation
- Voice memo
- Voice memo overwrite
- Voice memo button
- Audio output
- USB
- Dust off ref photo
- Battery info
- Wireless transfer
- Image authentication
- Save/Load settings
- Image comment
- GPS
- Virtual horizon
- Non-CPU lens data
- AF fine tune
- Firmware version
- Retouch menu
- D-Lighting
- Red-eye correction
- Trim
- Monochrome
- Color balance
- Image overlay
- Side-by side comparison
Remove Items
- Select Item
- Done
- Delete
Select the item(s) you wish to delete, then select Done to delete.
This let you remove options from your customized list of options.
Rank Items
- Menu of items
- Move
- OK
Select item and move it using Up or Down on the multi-selector.
This lets you change the order of options in your customized list of options.
Choose Tab
- My Menu
- Recent settings
- OK
Added in v2.00 firmware, this option lets you use the D3 'My Menu' selection or the older 'Recent settings' selection, allowing the user to access the twenty most recent setting changes made.

 

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