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   *you can change what is displayed on the LCD screen by pressing the **DISP button** of the rear wheel control - this will bring up a Live Histogram, etc.   *you can change what is displayed on the LCD screen by pressing the **DISP button** of the rear wheel control - this will bring up a Live Histogram, etc.
   ***if shooting with studio flash**, and the ambient will be under-exposed, make your viewing experience better by turning off the WYSIWYG mode - Menu:Cogs 3: Live View Display set to Setting Effect OFF    ***if shooting with studio flash**, and the ambient will be under-exposed, make your viewing experience better by turning off the WYSIWYG mode - Menu:Cogs 3: Live View Display set to Setting Effect OFF 
-    * this is NOT needed with newer cameras which if a system TTL flash is detected in the hotshoe and turned on, the Setting Effect is automatically turned OFF, HOWEVER if you Do wish to visualise the ambient exposure you can assign **Shot. Result Preview** to a button to transiently see this. +    * this is NOT needed with newer cameras whichif a system TTL flash is detected in the hotshoe and turned on, the Setting Effect is automatically turned OFF, HOWEVER if you Do wish to visualise the ambient exposure you can assign **Shot. Result Preview** to a button to transiently see this. 
   *Choose which type of AF area to display according to your chosen AF System - Menu:Cogs 3 and set CDAF area and PDAF area items.   *Choose which type of AF area to display according to your chosen AF System - Menu:Cogs 3 and set CDAF area and PDAF area items.
  
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