How to Clear Custom Functions on Your Canon EOS 6D

The folks at Canon have allowed you to simplify your EOS 6D universe and create custom functions. However, there may come a time when you need to say goodbye to some or all of these custom creations.

Sometimes you get carried away and go over the top. Other times you’ve experimented with a bunch of custom functions and decide they no longer suit your style of photography. You can wipe out all the custom functions and any changes you’ve applied to camera buttons by doing the following:

  1. Press the Menu button.

    The previously used menu displays.

  2. Use the Multi-controller button to navigate to the Custom Functions tab.

    The last-used Custom Functions option is highlighted.

  3. Rotate the Quick Control dial to highlight the Custom Functions tab.

    The last-used Custom Functions option is highlighted.

  4. Rotate the Quick Control dial to highlight Clear All Custom Func. (C.Fn) and then press the Set button.

    A dialog box appears asking you to confirm clearing all custom functions. Make sure this is what you want to do. Otherwise, it could be lots of work for you.

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  5. Rotate the Quick Control dial to highlight OK and press Set.

    Any custom function you’ve enabled has been cleared from your camera.

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