How to Customize the Nikon D5600 Buttons
Step 1: Open the Custom Setting Menu
You must open the custom settings menu on your Nikon D5600 digital camera. This is the most important step. It is essential that you locate it first. Once you have found it, click on it and it will open.
Step 2: Customizing Function Button (Fn).
You will see a submenu when you open the custom settings menu. You will see some controls in that submenu. To establish the function button, click on the assign function button option. To establish the function button, click on the assign button option. The assign function button will appear under the controls option. Clicking on this button will open the ISO settings by default.
Step 3: Modifying the ISO Value
To change the ISO value for Nikon , you will need to press the button and rotate the command dial. A wide variety of options are also available on the right side.
Step 4: Viewing the Information Screen
You will need to find the question mark option in order to see the purpose of the function button. You will find it at the bottom of your screen. To customize buttons, you will need to click on the button to determine its importance. Instead of clicking on the question marks option, you can press the zoom out button. If you wish to exit the information menu click on the return button or press the zoom out.
Step 5: Customizing AF-L Or AE-L Button
This button is crucial when dealing with autofocusing or auto exposure systems for your Nikon D5600 camera. This button can be customized as well. You just need to go to the custom settings menu, and then click on the controls. This button can perform the following functions: AE/AF lock (hold), AE Lock only (hold), and AF lock only.
Step 6: Customizing Shutter Button
Shutter Release AE Lock is achieved by customizing the shutter button of your Nikon D5600 camera. You can choose whether to use the button to focus when you press half-way or for locking focus and exposure. To do this, locate the Timers/AE Lock section in your Nikon D5600 camera’s custom settings menu. This setting will lock the focus and expose and change the function for the shutter button’s shutter button. This setting will return to its default settings if you turn it off. The default setting will lock the focus. Only the time that you are taking your shot will affect how much exposure is adjusted.
You now know what you should do. You can personalize your Nikon D5600 camera buttons to create perfect shots. Get started as soon as you can!