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Setting Custom Functions to match the EOS-1D Mark II N
Owners of the new EOS-1D Mark III may have previously used the Canon EOS-1D Mark II or Mark II N cameras, and have
years of experience with these previous-generation pro cameras. For users who had developed their own preferred method
of setting up the Mark II cameras, we provide this sheet to point out equivalent (or close) settings on
C.Fn 11: AF Point Selection Method C.Fn IV-3-1 (Use rear Quick Control Dial without pressing Change buttons & controls used to select AF points AF point selection button ﬁrst — ideal when combined with C.Fn III-9-1 or III-9-2) C.Fn 12: Mirror lock-up C.Fn III-15 (new option: mirror can stay up continually for more than one exposure with III-15-2) C.Fn 13: Reduce number of AF points C.Fn III-9 (reduce AF points from 19 to inner or outer 9) Changes available AF points & Spot me
Previous versions of the EOS-1D had an additional method to customize the camera — Personal Functions. Unlike a Custom Function, the Personal Functions had to be installed into the camera after being selected in Canon’s supplied software (EOS Utility, etc). Once installed into the camera via FireWire, the Personal Functions could be turned on and off on the camera’s LCD monitor, much like a Custom Function. Many of the EOS-1D Mark III’s Custom Functions incorporate what were previo
P.Fn 19: Change continuous fps speed C.Fn III-16 P.Fn 20: Limit number of continuous shots C.Fn III-17 P.Fn 21: Quiet shooting and advance “S” mode in EOS-1D Mark III’s “drive” settings (along with single-frame, continuous low, continuous high) P.Fn 23: Meter and camera-on timers C.Fn IV-12 P.Fn 24: LCD panel illumination during “B” C.Fn II-8 P.Fn 25: Default settings after “clear” Menu setting — Set-up menu 3 “Register / Apply basic settings” (settings are chosen here, and
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