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Are there any custom settings that *should* be changed initially

I am, however, not all that interested in changing and rechanging any of the camera's options. I pretty much just want to set it up at the SHQ setting initially and then always be ready to go (most of my shots are indoors, with some daytime outdoor shots). With that in mind, are there any custom settings that *should* be changed initially (I guess I'm thinking in regard to white balance, etc.) and then I can forget about it?

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I have the C3000Z,so it should be the same. I don't have my camera or manual here at work with me today, but, there IS a setting that you enable in the menus that basically tell the camera NOT to reset all your settings back to defaul when you turn the camera off. Then, the settings you change will be "permanent" when you turn the camera off. I do the same thing with my camera.

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