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Watch this video to see my TOP FIVE favorite camera settings! I make sure that my camera always has these set, especially when getting a new camera or after a factory reset.

(I used a FUJIFILM X-T3 for this video, but these settings are in most other camera models. Be sure to refer to your camera manual to locate these settings in your own camera.)

What are your favorite and most important camera settings? Tell me in the comments!


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Watch this video to see my TOP FIVE favorite camera settings! I make sure that my camera always has these set, especially when getting a new camera or after a factory reset.

(I used a FUJIFILM X-T3 for this video, but these settings are in most other camera models. Be sure to refer to your camera manual to locate these settings in your own camera.)

What are your favorite and most important camera settings? Tell me in the comments!


Watch the Video:


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Nicole S. Young is a photographer, published author, and educator specializing in Lightroom, Photoshop, and photography. She is best known for her books on food photography but is widely versed in various photographic genres, including landscape, nature, stock, travel, and lifestyle.

One Comment

  1. Piotr April 13, 2019 at 1:50 am - Reply

    Hello Nicole,

    Thanks for your suggestions. I certainly use them all on my XT-2 – with a small amendment which could be interesting to you since XT-3 is pretty much the same button-layout-wise. So here it is:
    #3 – back button focus: since AF-l button is a tad small and positioned over the “bump” in the camera body that the thumb can have a better grip I found it a bit uncomfortable to use constantly as the focus button (I admit – I use Nikon D800 so I’m a bit spoiled by the nice AF-ON button there).
    So I remapped the wheel (i.e. R-DIAL) push functionality to “AF-ON” and the AF-L button to “zoom-in” (as I certainly use the zooming in a bit less than the focus). In this configuration I have the focus also disconnected from the shutter button without switching to manual focusing on the front selector.

    Maybe you’ll find it useful, maybe not :)

    With kind regards
    Piotr

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