Canon EOS 70D Digital Field Guide by Charlotte K. Lowrie

By Charlotte K. Lowrie

Get expert effects together with your new Canon EOS 70D, because of this moveable guide

If you will have extra guide in your Canon 70D than the guide can provide you with, this publication is what you wish. choked with images how-tos and no-fail formulation for purchasing nice effects, this useful advisor is going above and past aggressive electronic SLR books with step by step strategies, specialist taking pictures counsel, and extra. tips on how to reap the benefits of the complex beneficial properties of your new digicam with pages of worthwhile examples and mind-blowing, full-color images. Take this transportable reference on your package while taking pictures within the field.

  • Provides no-fail recommendations for purchasing the main from your Canon EOS 70D 
  • Covers the Canon 70D's new features
  • Teaches you images necessities equivalent to composition, publicity, viewpoint, and more
  • Includes a gray and colour card checker and entire directions in addition to a truly worthy colour checker card that will help you catch ideal colour in any environment

Take your images abilities to a different point with images suggestions and tips and the individualized guide you want to utilize your new Canon EOS 70D.

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My Favorite Menu Features The camera menus are rich with features that you may overlook initially. Here are a few features that are very helpful for everyday shooting: • VF grid display (Shooting menu 1 ). If you turn on the grid display, a tick-tack-toe-like grid is overlaid on the viewfinder. You can use the grid to square up vertical and horizontal lines in the scene. It’s also a nice guide if you often use the Rule of Thirds for composing images. • Highlight tone priority (Shooting menu 4 ).

Power switch. The power switch turns the camera off and on. The camera automatically goes to sleep after 1 minute if it’s not being used. You can set the power off interval on Setup menu 2 ( ). The choices are 1, 2, 4, 8, 15, or 30 minutes, and Disable. • Hot shoe and flash sync contacts. The hot shoe is where you mount an accessory flash unit or a transmitter such as the ST-E2 or ST-E3-RT. The mounting plate has flash sync contacts to communicate with the camera. The 70D is a Type A camera that is compatible with E-TTL II auto flash with accessory Canon EX-series Speedlites.

RAW files are captured and stored on the media card with little in-camera processing and images suffer no loss of data from compression. Unlike JPEG files, RAW files are not converted in the camera to 8-bit, but rather they are captured and stored as 14-bit images. The only settings the camera applies to RAW images are the aperture, ISO, and shutter speed. Other settings such as Picture Style and white balance are noted in the file, but they are not applied unless you process the images in Canon Digital Photo Professional (DPP), a program included on the CD that comes with the camera.

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