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X-T2 Store your own settings in a Excel Sheet (xlsx format!)

Discussion in 'X-T2, X-T1, X-T20, X-T10' started by Macmodus, Jan 5, 2017.

  1. Dr.S

    Dr.S Premium Member

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    Nice!
    It works also with the X-PRO2 ?
     
  2. Macmodus

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    Thats correct, but Export from Excel to PDF is not an option.

    I wil look in to it.
     
  3. Macmodus

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    I don't no. Is the menu structure the same?
     
  4. jknights

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    There is the CUPS printer driver that allows output to PDF this would output one page per sheet. These then need to be collated together into one larger multipage PDF. I have the tools for this on my Mac Mini desktop in Spain.
     
  5. Macmodus

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    I do have the ability to create a PDF.
    But building on my Excel sheet, now does not give good results.
    So I have to build it again. So that it is clear and obvious.
    And also shows all the options.

    (time ...time)
     
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  6. Macmodus

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    Example Excel to PDF - Image Quality
     

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  7. jknights

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    PDF looks good to me. :)
    Whilst it is nice to see the options available for each entry that is a real nice to have item.
    Dont kill yourself over this as the Excel can be the definitive and the PDF is an aide memoir. The PDF will be much better and more useful than the Fuji XT2 manual.
     
  8. kerrydeare

    kerrydeare X-T1 Diehard

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    This should have happened a long time ago. For starters it would permit one to set up an entire array of shooting parameters for a particular set of requirements, conditions, etc. BTW is this feature available in other systems?
     
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  9. Makko

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    Thank you for doing this, pm sent
     
  10. Riz_X100

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    Excellent work, PM sent.
     
  11. Macmodus

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    Thanks
     
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    Great job ... thanks for all the work, PM sent
     
  13. Macmodus

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    The surprise (wow factor) with the X-T2 is as large as the first use of the X-T1!
    Pleasantly surprised by the X-T2
     
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    thanks in advance, PM sent
     
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    Great work Ron, thanks a lot! PM sent....
     
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    Very good work Ron, thanks a lot! PM sent....
     
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    UPDATE

    Version 1.2

    Date: 29 January 2017

    X-T2 Firmware: 1.10

    A small update I overlooked the LOCK options at BUTTON DIAL
     
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  20. Carlos C

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    Great work. Thanks in advance. I've tried to send a PM but gave me back an error.
     

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