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  1. #1
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    How to Enable Nikonís One-Click Zoom Feature

    I learned something new this morning, and I think it is pretty nice. The attached article allows you to set you zoom, when you are reviewing photos, to 1:1 with a single click directly on the focus point. Then with one click, it goes back to normal zoom.

    Using the plus and minus buttons are a pain for me. I go too far one way then the other... shakes and such... This is easy and easy to set.

    https://photographylife.com/nikon-on...-zoom-feature/


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    Re: How to Enable Nikonís One-Click Zoom Feature

    I use it all the time ... on the ones that let me do it. Biggest bitch about the D600/610 is that it doesn't have this. Every time I use it I launch into in-camera edit mode and want to sell it and get a second D750. Luckily it's not that often.
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    Re: How to Enable Nikonís One-Click Zoom Feature

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    Yep... I use this feature a lot. Very handy.

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    Re: How to Enable Nikonís One-Click Zoom Feature

    I only found this out by accident on my D500 as it was set that way out the box! Such a great feature !!
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    Re: How to Enable Nikonís One-Click Zoom Feature

    Quote Originally Posted by Danno View Post
    I learned something new this morning, and I think it is pretty nice. The attached article allows you to set you zoom, when you are reviewing photos, to 1:1 with a single click directly on the focus point. Then with one click, it goes back to normal zoom.

    Using the plus and minus buttons are a pain for me. I go too far one way then the other... shakes and such... This is easy and easy to set.

    https://photographylife.com/nikon-on...-zoom-feature/
    Good feature and saves battery life.
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    Re: How to Enable Nikonís One-Click Zoom Feature

    D300 has that feature. I had no idea.
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