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0. Changing the AF Mode to Use the Live View Function to Shoot Still Photos and Movies (EOS 7D)

Solution Part I. Preparing for Live View Shooting Part II. Selecting the AF Mode Part III-1. Using AF (Live Mode) to Focus Part III-2. Using AF (Face detection Live Mode) to Focus Part III-3. Using AF (Quick Mode) to Focus Part III-4. Focusing Manually Part IV. Shooting General Note for Live View Shooting With your camera, you can shoot photos while viewing the image on the camera's LCD monitor. Th

1. Setting exposure compensation of EOS 7D

Solution What is exposure? Setting Exposure Compensation What is exposure? Exposure adjustments are a process in which the amount of light exposed to an image sensor is adjusted by the aperture value or the shutter speed to accommodate different levels of subject brightness. Correct exposure refers to optimal exposure for a subject, whereas underexposure is insufficient exposure and overexposure is

2. Can Still Photos Be Taken During Movie Shooting?

Solution Still photos can be taken at anytime even during movie shooting by pressing the shutter button fully. The still photo will record the entire screen including the semitransparent mask. If you take a still photo during movie shooting, the movie will have a still moment lasting about 1 sec. The captured still photo will be recorded to the card, and the movie shooting will resume automatically

3. Cutting movies that are downloaded to a computer

Solution You can use the supplied ZoomBrowser EX (for Windows) or ImageBrowser (for Macintosh) software to cut out your favorite scenes from a movie captured by the camera. REFERENCE Movies that are captured with the camera are in the MOV format. 1. Start up ZoomBrowser EX or ImageBrowser. 2. In the main window, double-click a movie (an image marked with the [ ] icon). *In ImageBrowser, movies are

4. Does my camera have the Live View Shooting function?

Solution Shooting while viewing the image on the camera's LCD monitor is called "Live View shooting." The EOS DIGITAL cameras that support Live View shooting are listed below. Product NameLive View Shooting Still PhotosMovies EOS-1Ds Mark IIIYes- EOS-1Ds Mark II-- EOS-1Ds-- EOS-1D Mark IVYesYes EOS-1D Mark IIIYes- EOS-1D Mark II N-- EOS-1D Mark II-- EOS-1D-- EOS 5D Mark IIYesYes EOS 5D-- EOS 7DYesY

5. WFT Utility 3.5.1 for Mac OS X

Outline WFT Utility 3.5.1 for Mac OS X is the software that enables your EOS digital camera to send the captured images through the attached Wireless File Transmitter WFT to an FTP server via a wireless or wired LAN. With WFT Utility, you can make communication settings for Wireless File Transmitters (WFT-E1/E1A, E2/E2A, E3/E3A, E4/E4A, E5A/E5B/E5C/E5D, E2 IIA/E2 IIB/E2 IIC/E2 IID, E4 IIA/E4 IIB/E4

6. EOS Utility 2.7.3 Updater for Windows

Outline EOS Utility is an application that brings together all of the functions required to communicate with the camera. Functions for downloading and displaying images, remote shooting, and camera control of each setting when an EOS DIGITAL camera is connected to a computer have been integrated. EOS Utility 2.7.3 Updater for Windows is software that will install EOS Utility 2.7.3 on your computer

7. How do I save the images that have been developed and edited with the Digital Photo Professional version that I am currently using when developing RAW images?

Solution To perform the latest image processing with enhanced adequacy, the RAW image processing technology of Digital Photo Professional continues to be refined and improved. Therefore, depending on the version number, same RAW images may generate results with slight differences when they are developed and editing effects of RAW images with recipe data that have been subjected to extensive editing

9. How to minimize the phenomenon where the four corners of an image appear darker (Lens Peripheral Illumination Correction)

Solution What is lens peripheral illumination correction? Lens peripheral illumination correction setting What is lens peripheral illumination correction? Due to the lens characteristics or shooting conditions, the four corners of the picture might look darker. This is called lens light fall-off or drop in peripheral illumination. To correct images that are affected by lens peripheral illumination,

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