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Old Jan 28, 2010, 7:15 PM   #1
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Default E-620 Reset 1 & 2

I figured out how to register the settings in each one but I can not find an explanation in the manual anywhere regarding how you enable either setting after the camera has been turned off. Help!
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Old Jan 28, 2010, 11:02 PM   #2
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Assuming it's like other "E" cameras, it has nothing to do with turning off the camera.

You first register the settings by clicking on SET for each reset.

Then whenever you want to set the camera to those settings you click OK when RESET1 or RESET2 (depending on which one you want) is highlighted (NOT when SET or RESET is highlighted).
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After first registering the setting I highlight the Reset 1 or Reset 2 and press "OK" I get the "Set - Reset" choices again. If I choose "Set" It registers new current settings, If I choose "Reset" it deletes the original registered settings. I would have expected to get a "Yes" or "No" response after highlighting and clicking "OK".
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Are you sure you're pressing OK, and not RIGHT to get the SET/RESET option?

Before you press OK on RESET1 or RESET2 do they say SET, or NO DATA?

I read the E-620 manual and it says exactly the same thing as I was telling you.
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Yes that was the problem. My big paws were pushing on the RH button rather than the center. Thank you for your help.
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