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Finally I Disabled annoying auto review after 3.0 firmware !!

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After the firmware 3.0 me and some other  Q users found the gift that doesn't  allow to disable the auto review of the photos, a very annoying (and useless!!) function. I personally could not work anymore. Today I found the way to disable this trouble!

 

It is enough shoot with a slow burst. In this way the burst is not fast and so you can take one picture at a time, but you disability can disable auto review of the picture in EFV or LCD

 

If you do not hold down too much the burst does not start, or you take some more photos than necessary,  but at least the vision in the viewfinder remains fluid. Always hoping that with a firmware we can get back to the truth auto review OFF, like before.

 

Try!

 

ben

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After the firmware 3.0 me and some other  Q users found the gift that doesn't  allow to disable the auto review of the photos, a very annoying (and useless!!) function. I personally could not work anymore. Today I found the way to disable this trouble!

 

It is enough shoot with a slow burst. In this way the burst is not fast and so you can take one picture at a time, but you disability can disable auto review of the picture in EFV or LCD

 

If you do not hold down too much the burst does not start, or you take some more photos than necessary,  but at least the vision in the viewfinder remains fluid. Always hoping that with a firmware we can get back to the truth auto review OFF, like before.

 

Try!

 

ben

 

this seems like the only

and best option at the moment...

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this seems like the only

and best option at the moment...

 

better than nothing..

 

of course I must continue to live with the idea that my iphone does not have the auto-review and my Q yes....

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better than nothing..

 

of course I must continue to live with the idea that my iphone does not have the auto-review and my Q yes....

 

Apple will probably add that mandatory "feature" on your next iphone (must keep up with the latest features from the most advanced cameras).

 

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Apple will probably add that mandatory "feature" on your next iphone (must keep up with the latest features from the most advanced cameras).

 

ah ah ! you're right

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On 8/27/2018 at 5:42 PM, benpisati said:

After the firmware 3.0 me and some other  Q users found the gift that doesn't  allow to disable the auto review of the photos, a very annoying (and useless!!) function. I personally could not work anymore. Today I found the way to disable this trouble!

I don't understand: in the FW3 menu Auto Review, you can set Off, 1s, 3s, 5s, Permsnent.

 

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23 hours ago, LexS said:

I don't understand: in the FW3 menu Auto Review, you can set Off, 1s, 3s, 5s, Permsnent.

 

The "Off" is not a true off.  Instead it is a "On until you completely release the shutter".  The image taken will persist in the EVF or on the LCD until you completely let go of the shutter button.  It may not be an issue for you, but a lot of photographers (me included) have relied on pressing and holding the shutter to minimize camera shake.  It has taken some time to get used to this new firmware behavior.

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On 11/29/2018 at 4:05 PM, kismetsky said:

The "Off" is not a true off.  Instead it is a "On until you completely release the shutter".  The image taken will persist in the EVF or on the LCD until you completely let go of the shutter button.  It may not be an issue for you, but a lot of photographers (me included) have relied on pressing and holding the shutter to minimize camera shake.  It has taken some time to get used to this new firmware behavior.

I just made a test : I don't have this problem, the "off" is a true "off" even if I don't completely  release the shutter button.

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