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Basic Camera Operation
What do the buttons do?
Preview Image Mode
Holding the camera
Taking Pictures (AutoMode)
Auto Frame Using Viewfinder or LCD (Liquid Crystal Display) Frame your shot so that the subject fills the entire AF (Auto Frame)
Using The View Finder When using the View finder to take a picture at a distance of 80cm to 1.5m only the shaded area in the view finder opposite is photographed.
Capturing a image Press the shutter button down half way Focusing is complete when the AF Frame on LCD Monitor shrinks and the view finder lamp (Green) stops Flashing.
Elements of Exposure.
Photographic Imaging. What DSLR stands for DSLR stands for “Digital Single Lens Reflex”. A DSLR is a digital camera that uses mirrors to direct light.
Set the Camera Options Resolution Focus Exposure Zoom Flash Self-Timer/Remote Control.
Digital Photography I Photography I Aperture ISO Shutter Speed.
Manual Camera Settings
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Camera Functions Shooting Mode ISO White Balance Meter Image Quality Drive Mode.
Shutter Power Button Shutter Power Button Click on the part of the camera you want to learn about. Lens Back of camera Flash.
Any time you half press the shutter button, the light meter activates. As we know, it measures the light in your scene, and calculates a shutter speed.
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