X-T2 Function Buttons

From the Fujifilm X-T2 Manual (accessed 5/2/17)

Assign roles to AE‑L, AF‑L, and function buttons for quick access to selected features.

The default assignments are:



Assigning Roles to the Function Buttons

To assign roles to the buttons:
1. Press and hold the DISP/BACK button until a button selection menu is displayed.
2. Highlight a button and press MENU/OK.
3. Highlight the desired role and press MENU/OK to assign it to the selected button. Choose from:

IMAGE SIZE
IMAGE QUALITY
RAW
FILM SIMULATION
GRAIN EFFECT
DYNAMIC RANGE
WHITE BALANCE
SELECT CUSTOM SETTING
FOCUS AREA
AF MODE
AF-C CUSTOM SETTINGS
FACE/EYE DETECTION SETTING
DRIVE SETTING
SELF-TIMER
SHUTTER TYPE
ISO AUTO SETTING
WIRELESS COMMUNICATION
FLASH FUNCTION SETTING
TTL-LOCK
MODELING FLASH
MIC LEVEL ADJUSTMENT
PREVIEW DEPTH OF FIELD
PREVIEW EXP./WB IN MANUAL MODE
PREVIEW PIC. EFFECT
AE LOCK ONLY
AF LOCK ONLY
AE/AF LOCK
AF-ON
APERTURE SETTING
LOCK SETTING
PERFORMANCE
PLAYBACK
NONE (control disabled)

Button assignments can also be selected using BUTTON/DIAL SETTING > Fn/AE‑L/AF‑L BUTTON SETTING. The selector can not be assigned more than one role at a time.

AF‑ON
If AF‑ON is selected, you can press the control instead of keeping the shutter button pressed halfway.

MODELING FLASH
If MODELING FLASH is selected, you can press the control to test-fire the flash (modeling flash).

TTL-LOCK
If TTL-LOCK is selected, you can press the control to lock flash output according to the option selected for FLASH SETTING > TTL-LOCK MODE (TTL-LOCK MODE).

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