Camera firmware updates aren’t always the most exciting news stories. They either provide much-needed fixes to frustrating bugs or make changes so minor you wouldn’t have noticed. But Nikon’s new update for their flagship D5 DSLR breaks the mold—adding a very useful feature for this professional camera.
The new feature is called “Recall Shooting” and essentially makes it possible to revert to a previously saved set of exposure settings (including aperture and shutter speed). This could be particularly useful if shooting in variable light conditions.
The settings are now available in Custom settings f1 (custom control assignment). The recall shooting function can be then accessed through several assignable buttons including Preview, Fn1, and Fn2.
Well, there are some of those minor changes included in the update as well. But you can find out more about those on the Nikon support page for the D5 firmware update.
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