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I used it when I had the D700, but I hated it. When I saw that the D600 has the u1/u2 settings, I knew I had to get it. When I switched to the D600, I instantly fell in love with this feature. I would've bought the D800 if it had this feature.. it is THAT important to me.
I travel and shoot a lot of landscapes.. and I've always wished for this feature. I've missed so many great moments because of the stupid custom setting banks.
Imagine shooting a landscape in Yellowstone, with all your settings in place, just waiting for...Show more →
So much this. The u1/u2 method is brilliant because it does what it should: store complete camera settings that can be recalled and retain state unless deliberately changed. The shooting bank/custom bank combination (that doesn't keep state unchanged, and also isn't a single setting, and also needs more than a dial switch to change) is far less useful. It baffles me that Nikon hasn't put the u1/u2 style settings onto the mode button after releasing 2 cameras with the improved utility (sorry I forgot, only "consumers" want convenience).