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ruplikmastik Sep 28, 2009 5:06 AM

Sanyo HD 2000 Hidden menu options
 
Hi!
I was wondering if the sanyo hd2000 have an hidden menu with some hidden options.
I am asking this because I am pretty sure that it have such menu. BEcause some days ago I don't really know why after pressing casually some buttons, I was surfing in menus that I never saw! But the battery was low and the camera shutted off after a few seconds and I have not been able to replicate it!

Maybe someone knows how to access it?

Thanks!!

Markinter Oct 2, 2009 1:35 AM

We aren't allowed to talk about it.:)

ronaldkwok Oct 2, 2009 3:41 AM

So far I have not come across the hidden menu in the HD2000 but there are some "hidden" functions that cannot be set from the normal Option Menu. These functions in question (4 of them) can only be accessed once they are assigned as Shortcuts to the SET button and they are AE lock, AF lock, Exposure Compensation and DISP. ON/OFF. The AE and AF lock are discussed on page 76 of the HD2000 manual, the Exposure Compensation on page 112 while the DISP. ON/OFF is mentioned on page 142.

Since they are not exactly hidden, hopefully I won't get zapped :). My latest post in the HD2000 Blog has more details on how the DISP. ON/OFF differs from the Display Off function in the Option Menu.

rgvcam Oct 2, 2009 11:52 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by ronaldkwok (Post 1005383)
So far I have not come across the hidden menu in the HD2000 but there are some "hidden" functions that cannot be set from the normal Option Menu. These functions in question (4 of them) can only be accessed once they are assigned as Shortcuts to the SET button and they are AE lock, AF lock, Exposure Compensation and DISP. ON/OFF. The AE and AF lock are discussed on page 76 of the HD2000 manual, the Exposure Compensation on page 112 while the DISP. ON/OFF is mentioned on page 142.

Since they are not exactly hidden, hopefully I won't get zapped :). My latest post in the HD2000 Blog has more details on how the DISP. ON/OFF differs from the Display Off function in the Option Menu.

Well there's a slight difference between a hidden menu that's not easy to find and a secret service menu not really meant for public use ;)


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