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Just received my new Leica SL2S today, setup was relatively easy except following part that I would like you to help me with: in FN function is a Green line (artificial horizon) and grid lines display, is it possible to get rid of grid lines and display Green horizon line only? Thank you in advance for your help.

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You can have up to 4 Independent Info Profiles that contain different combinations of the available auxiliary displays including the following:

  • Info Bars
  • Grid
  • Focus Peaking
  • Clipping/Zebra 
  • Level Guage
  • Historgram

These can be programs under the 4 Info Profiles in the menu under "Camera Settings", "Capture Assistants", "Settings"

Once you set the 4 profiles you can toggle between them using the FN button on the back left side of camera.  This is the default button for rotating through the profiles.

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1 hour ago, LikameLeica said:

You can have up to 4 Independent Info Profiles that contain different combinations of the available auxiliary displays including the following:

  • Info Bars
  • Grid
  • Focus Peaking
  • Clipping/Zebra 
  • Level Guage
  • Historgram

These can be programs under the 4 Info Profiles in the menu under "Camera Settings", "Capture Assistants", "Settings"

Once you set the 4 profiles you can toggle between them using the FN button on the back left side of camera.  This is the default button for rotating through the profiles.

Many thanks LikameLeica for your help.

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