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By EpicChineseTime, Senior Member on 30th July 2014, 07:19 PM
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what is this setting for???

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30th July 2014, 07:24 PM |#2  
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That is probably your version of my dual camera mode. Simultaneous picture taking using both cameras. Out places a picture of the taker on the picture taken.
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That is probably your version of my dual camera mode. Simultaneous picture taking using both cameras. Out places a picture of the taker on the picture taken.

No dual camera mode is under Mode(Modo)

Just looked at my camera, and the location where that option is, on my D850 is the grid option

Also OP - why is your camera setting W2M? lowest I get is 3M and my Wide(w is 10M)
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that is when you are using the front facing camera to take a selfie. it selects whether the picture is a normal camera shot or flipped like a mirror image.

when the 13mp camera is active that icon place shows the grid.

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Good thread.

So which one is the default / common / better option to use with mirroring or not? And which one means mirroring, opposite facing heads?

Not to hijack this, but what's the slide on the bottom do when in front facing camera mode?
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Good thread.

So which one is the default / common / better option to use with mirroring or not? And which one means mirroring, opposite facing heads?

Not to hijack this, but what's the slide on the bottom do when in front facing camera mode?

The slider softens the image for more "beautiful" face on the selfies...

BTW this is the front facing camera, and not the main one...

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that is when you are using the front facing camera to take a selfie. it selects whether the picture is a normal camera shot or flipped like a mirror image.

when the 13mp camera is active that icon place shows the grid.

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Thank you so much, i don't take often selfies, so i wasn't aware of this option...


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The slider softens the image for more "beautiful" face on the selfies...

BTW this is the front facing camera, and not the main one...

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No way to figure that out without knowing. Is that in the "manual" somewhere?
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No way to figure that out without knowing. Is that in the "manual" somewhere?

Just test it, try first with the slider all the way to the left, and then to the right...
You will notice the difference immediatly...

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No dual camera mode is under Mode(Modo)

Just looked at my camera, and the location where that option is, on my D850 is the grid option

Also OP - why is your camera setting W2M? lowest I get is 3M and my Wide(w is 10M)

Front facing camera!

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