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    XF Menu - can't find stuff!

    I love my new XF/IQ380 but am mystified by a few things. (I can ask my dealer but that means waiting until Monday - and I prefer instant gratification!)

    First, where do I find Focus Trim so I can adjust for individual lenses?

    Second, how can I turn off the brightly coloured zone display that obscures my images on review? I can get rid of it by enlarging the image but what if I just want to review it without all the pretty shades?

    Finally, with my old IQ180 I could click on the triangle symbol on the review screen to turn the blinkies on or off. It doesn't seem to matter with the IQ380 - whether the symbol is red or green, the blinks stay on. I have tried holding down the symbol so as to access the underlying adjustment to be made, but it doesn't seem to matter whether I put a check against Tool or not.

    Much as I love Phase One, their User Guide leaves much to be desired. Most settings are intuitive and simple - but the ones I show above are not.
    Any help most appreciated!

    Bill

    PS the SK 35/3.5 is a killer - I just can't believe how sharp it is even at full aperture. Pix will follow!

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    Re: XF Menu - can't find stuff!

    OK, I've solved the 2nd and 3rd issue but still can't find Focus Trim....
    Bill

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    Re: XF Menu - can't find stuff!

    Well, I've found it! I thought all XF functions could be accessed on the IQ back. Not so for this one, it's only accessible on the XF body.

    Problems solved - though I still feel the user manual could be more helpful.
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