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    D810, how to turn off the crop mode button? (Red button)

    I accidentally found the crop mode function on my D810 while shooting an airshow. It's the red button plus either roller.

    I want to disable this "feature" which caused me to fumble a good number of pictures that I had intended to fill the frame, but they ended up being too big for the crop modes I hadn't even realized I'd selected.

    So, how would I go about doing this?


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    Gear list: Too much! D810, D800, D200x3, D5000, D70S, D40.
    Lenses: Nikon FX; 200-500mm, 14-24mm, 80-400mm, 24-85mm, DX, 18-55mm, 55-200mm, 55-300mm, 35mm, 35-70mm, Tamron 150-600mm, a few random others. Atomos Ninja 2 video recorder, Vello angle grip, Manfrotto quick releases and tripd



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    Re: D810, how to turn off the crop mode button? (Red button)

    Quote Originally Posted by d200freak View Post
    i accidentally found the crop mode function on my d810 while shooting an airshow. It's the red button plus either roller.

    I want to disable this "feature" which caused me to fumble a good number of pictures that i had intended to fill the frame, but they ended up being too big for the crop modes i hadn't even realized i'd selected.

    So, how would i go about doing this?
    reading the manual may help.

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    Re: D810, how to turn off the crop mode button? (Red button)

    I did not get the manual when I bought this used and (formerly) broken camera.

    I figured I might get a helpful response. You know, one from someone who's so familiar with the 810 that he can just answer the question with a quick and simple answer.
    Gear list: Too much! D810, D800, D200x3, D5000, D70S, D40.
    Lenses: Nikon FX; 200-500mm, 14-24mm, 80-400mm, 24-85mm, DX, 18-55mm, 55-200mm, 55-300mm, 35mm, 35-70mm, Tamron 150-600mm, a few random others. Atomos Ninja 2 video recorder, Vello angle grip, Manfrotto quick releases and tripd

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    Re: D810, how to turn off the crop mode button? (Red button)

    Quote Originally Posted by D200freak View Post
    I did not get the manual when I bought this used and (formerly) broken camera.
    Download link for the D810 User Manual
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  5. #5
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    Re: D810, how to turn off the crop mode button? (Red button)

    You could have just said, "custom settings menu, controls, F13".

    If someone asks me a simple question, I attempt to answer it directly rather than tell him to go read the manual, which he may not have have.

    I find that it's generally most helpful to answer someone's question if I am able to do so directly. Telling him to go read the manual MIGHT be considered by some to be a little bit snarky.

    At least, when the answer is a simple one. For more complex answers, I recommend the manual as the best place to start.

    I try to avoid giving that impression to people.
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    Best Answers Blacktop, Danno voted best answer for this post
     
    Gear list: Too much! D810, D800, D200x3, D5000, D70S, D40.
    Lenses: Nikon FX; 200-500mm, 14-24mm, 80-400mm, 24-85mm, DX, 18-55mm, 55-200mm, 55-300mm, 35mm, 35-70mm, Tamron 150-600mm, a few random others. Atomos Ninja 2 video recorder, Vello angle grip, Manfrotto quick releases and tripd





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