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    Zoom Query

    On my EOS 80D i often zoom in to 100% to check for sharpness,but this involves 3 or 4 presses of the zoom in button ,is there a way on the 80D i can press a button once to get to 100% then press again to get back to zero.Thank You greyhound

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    I don't have one to hand (Have an EOS R), but if you look in the playback menu see if there's an option labled Magnification (apx) - You can increase the playback magnification so when you hit the zoom button t can jump in to a higher magnification more quickly. - I got that tip from the Canon Chat team at - https://www.canon.co.uk/canonlive/li...rce=bigpicture If you pop over there, the folk there may be able to help you out too.

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      #3
      Other than saying that you can Press and Hold the magnifying button to zoom in until it hits its maximum then No, I don't think there's a one press button

      Equally - Press and Hold on the button to its immediate left reverses the effect back to normal size
      Canon 5d mk iv plus the usual suspects ......

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        #4
        Thomas and lunarbo thank you both,Thomas i done a chat on the link you gave,but there is no way to do it on the 80D,lunarbo i now do it the way you mentioned and it works okay for me.Thank you both.Greyhound

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          #5
          You can get back to normal view instantly by pressing the Play button at any time, and If you have a magnified view, rotating the wheel (round the SET button) moves you to the next image while retaining that magnification setting.

          Ian
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