On page 7 Figure QT.4 is labeled incorrectly. Center weighted mode is labeled as 3D Color Matrix II, and Matrix metering is labeled as center weighted mode.
On page 18 I mention that you press the WB button and rotate the Main Command dial to change the white balance (WB) setting. In all WB settings with the exception of K or PRE, you can rotate the sub-command dial to fine-tune the setting. Rotating the sub-command dial to the right allows you to add blue to the image making it cooler while rotating the dial to the left adds amber, which warms up the image. You can dial in up to 6 steps of blue or amber. When the WB is set to K, rotating the sub-command dial allows you to set a specific color temperature. When set to PRE rotating the dial enables you to choose from d-0 to d-4, each of which can be used to save a pre-set WB setting.
On page 27 when describing the electronic analog exposure display, I state, "When the bars are to the left you are underexposed; when the bars are to the right, you are overexposing your image." This is the opposite of the default camera setting. This was a technical error on my part. In CSM f10 you can reverse the indicators and I have my personal camera set this way, as it’s more intuitive to my way of thinking.
On page 28 in the explanation of changing exposure compensation value, "When pressing the Exposure Compensation button and rotating the Sub-command dial, the EV compensation is displayed." This should read, “Pressing the Exposure Compensation button displays the EV compensation setting, pressing the button and rotating the Main Command dial allows you to change the EV compensation setting.”
On page 43 in the description of Bracketing I should mention that unlike Exposure Bracketing, when set to White Balance Bracketing the camera only takes on shot, but simultaneously records multiple images with different WB settings.
On page 84 in my description of CSM e4 – Modeling flash, I forgot to mention that this feature also works with the built-in flash.
Once again, these errors only appear in the first printing and your edition may not have these specific errors.