Canon EOS 1DS MARK II 9443A009 Instruction Manual (en)

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The <
5
> dial is used for AF point selection and selecting the desired 
setting on the LCD monitor. This <
5
> dial works only when the <
7
>
switch is set to <
1
>. 
There are three ways to use this <
5
> dial:
(1) While pressing a button, turn the 
<
5
> dial. 
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In this way, you can select and set 
various menu settings or set flash 
exposure compensation. When you let 
go of the button, the selected setting 
takes effect. 
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You can also review and select images 
on the LCD monitor with this dial. 
(2) After pressing a button, turn the 
<
5
> dial. 
When you press a button, its function 
remains on for 6 seconds (
9
). During 
this time, you can turn the <
5
> dial to 
set the desired setting. 
After the button turns off or if you press 
the shutter button halfway, the camera 
will be ready to shoot. 
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In this way, you can select the AF point 
or set the exposure compensation. 
(3) Turn the <
5
> dial only. 
While turning the <
5
> dial, look at the 
setting in the viewfinder or on the top 
LCD panel. 
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In this way, you can set the aperture in 
the camera’s manual exposure mode. 
Using the <
5
> Dial