Canon EOS 70D For Dummies
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Canon EOS 70D For Dummies

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ISBN-13:
9781118335963
Einband:
Taschenbuch
Seiten:
384
Autor:
Julie Adair King
Gewicht:
646 g
Format:
246x189x mm
Sprache:
Englisch
Beschreibung:

Start getting great photos with your Canon EOS 70D right away

The Canon EOS 70D features upgraded focusing technology, a 20. 2 megapixel sensor, and faster frame-per-second shooting.
Introduction 1
A Quick Look at What's Ahead 1
Icons and Other Stuff to Note 2
eCheat Sheet 3
Practice, Be Patient, and Have Fun! 3
Part I: Fast Track to Super Snaps 5
Chapter 1: Getting the Lay of the Land 7
Looking at Lenses 7
Choosing a lens 8
Attaching and removing a lens 11
Zooming in and out 12
Using an IS (image stabilizer) lens 13
Getting acquainted with focusing 14
Adjusting the Viewfinder 15
Adjusting the Monitor Position 16
Using the Touchscreen 17
Working with Memory Cards 20
Exploring External Camera Features 22
Topside controls 22
Back-of-the-body controls 24
Front odds and ends 27
Connection ports 28
Ordering from Camera Menus 30
Navigating the Custom Functions Menu 32
Monitoring Critical Camera Settings 34
The Info button: Choosing what the screen shows 34
Checking the Camera Settings display 35
Viewing the Shooting Settings display 36
Decoding viewfinder data 38
Reading the LCD panel 40
Changing Settings via the Quick Control Screen 40
Getting Help from Your Camera 42
Reviewing Basic Setup Options 42
Cruising the Setup menus 43
Setting up the Lock switch 49
Taking two final setup steps 50
Chapter 2: Choosing Basic Picture Settings 51
Choosing an Exposure Mode 52
Changing the Drive Mode 54
Getting Familiar with the Built-in Flash 56
Using flash in the fully automatic modes 57
Enabling flash in advanced exposure modes 59
Using Red-Eye Reduction flash 60
Controlling Picture Quality 60
Diagnosing quality problems 61
Decoding the Image Quality options 63
Considering Resolution: Large, Medium, or Small? 65
Understanding File Type (JPEG or Raw) 68
JPEG: The imaging (and web) standard 68
Raw (CR2): The purist's choice 70
My take: Choose Fine or Raw 72
Chapter 3: Taking Great Pictures, Automatically 73
As Easy As It Gets: Auto and Flash Off 74
Taking Advantage of Scene (SCN) Modes 77
Modifying scene mode results 88
Gaining More Control with Creative Auto 94
Chapter 4: Exploring Live View Shooting and Movie Making 99
Getting Started 100
Reviewing Live View and Movie mode cautions 102
Customizing the display 103
Focusing in Live View and Movie Modes 106
Disabling continuous autofocusing 106
Choosing an AF (autofocus) mode 109
Manual focusing 118
Zooming in for a focus check 118
Exploring Other Live View Options 119
Setting the photo aspect ratio 120
Adjusting other Live View picture settings 120
Using the touch shutter 127
Recording Your First Movie 128
Customizing Movie Recording Settings 131
Movie Menu 1 133
Movie Menu 2 134
Using Movie Digital Zoom 139
Snapping a Photo During Recording 140
Playing Movies 141
Part II: Working with Picture Files 145
Chapter 5: Picture Playback 147
Disabling and Adjusting Image Review 147
Exploring Playback Mode 148
Switching to Index (thumbnails) view 149
Using the Quick Control screen during playback 150
Jumping through images 151
Rotating pictures 154
Zooming in for a closer view 156
Viewing Picture Data 157
Basic Information display data 159
Shooting Information display mode 160
Understanding Histogram display mode 162
Enabling a few display extras 165
Deleting Photos 166
Erasing single images 166
Erasing all images on the memory card 167
Erasing selected images 167
Protecting Photos 169
Protecting (or unprotecting) a single photo 169
Protecting multiple photos 170
Rating Photos 172
Viewing Your Photos on a Television 174
Chapter 6: Downloading, Printing, and Sharing Your Photos 177
Installing the Canon Software 178
Sending Pictures to the Computer 180
Connecting camera and computer via USB 180
Connecting to the computer via Wi-Fi 181
Downloading from the camera 185
Downloading from a card reader 187
Processing Raw (CR2) Files 189
Processing Raw images in the camera 189
Converting Raw images in Digital Photo Professional 192
Planning for Perfect Prints 196
Check the pixel count before you print 196
Allow for different print proportions 198
Calibrate your monitor 200
Prepari
Start getting great photos with your Canon EOS 70D right away
The Canon EOS 70D features upgraded focusing technology, a 20.2 megapixel sensor, and faster frame-per-second shooting. Whether you're new to dSLR photography or just getting acquainted with the 70D, this handy, full-color guide will have you taking great photos before you know it. You'll learn to use all the on-board controls, shoot in auto mode, use live view, control exposure and lighting, manipulate focus and color, transfer your images to the computer for editing, and share the results in prints or online. Colorful photos throughout illustrate what you can achieve.
Upgraded features in the Canon EOS 70D include a new focusing technology that speeds up autofocus for video and live view shooting, a larger sensor, faster frame-by-frame shooting, and a wider ISO range
This full-color guide explains how to take advantage of all the features; walks you through all the on-board controls, and shows how to shoot in auto mode
Covers dSLR basics such as dialing in exposure and lighting controls, manipulating focus and color, and transferring your images from the camera to the computer Offers advice for shooting in various common situations and explains how to post your photos online, make prints, or share them in other ways

Canon EOS 70D For Dummies makes it easy to get terrific photos with your Canon dSLR camera.