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02-24-2013, 02:52 PM   #1
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RAW/Fx Exposure Bracketing

I have a K-5 ii and use exposure bracketing frequently, so I have set the RAW/Fx button assigned to Exposure Bracketing. Is there some way to easily toggle back out of Exposure Bracketing or to make it so that the Exposure Bracketing continues only for the single series of shots?

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Not AFAIK, I think it just takes you to the drive mode screen and then you have to pick the drive mode. Think of it as a shortcut to drivemode, rather than to exposure bracketing. I had it set that way for awhile but every time I shot portrait I would hit the darn button so I turned it off.
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If you remove Drive Mode from Memory in Menu settings, you can switch off and on to be in single shot.
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