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Macro setting and Firmware upgrade 4.01

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13 hours ago, Scottnthewoods said:

So I just updated my X-E2's firmware to 4.01.  What has happened to my Macro button?  I see that it is now an assignable function button, but there is now no way I see to turn on macro focusing.

Am I missing something?

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