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Canon Picture Zones

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How to use the picture zones on a Canon digital SLR camers
How to use the picture zones on a Canon digital SLR camers

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NewEOS650D
Picture
Modes
T
he new
EOS
650D
gets
two
brand-new shooting modes in
the
Image Zone.HandheldNight Scenehelps you
to
capture shots
after
dark
without
using a tripod.
lt
does this by
pumping
up the
ISO
and combiningconsecutive shots
to
create a'stableimage'.
HDR
Backlight Control helpswhen shooting something with
bright
and dark areas in
your
frame.
lt
firesthree bracketed exposures andcombines
them
in-camera
to
try
andimprove shadow andhighlightdetail.Both modes only record one
JPEG
.
SPORTS
N
t
ustfor
sports
,
this
mode is suited
to
anything
that
moves-
such
as
childrenand wildlife!
lt
uses
your
D-SLR's
fastest
Continuous Mode
(eg
5fps) and
sets
a
fast
(around
1/500
sec)
shutter
speed
to
freeze
the
action
.To
do
this
,
your
camera
often
sets
a
high
ISO,
especially
in
low
-
light
situations
-and
could be
as high as
1506400
.
Prloltty:
Freezing
movement
Exposure
program:
Sets
the fastest shutter
speed
it
thinks suitable for thelighting conditions
Picture
style:
Standard
Drive
mode:
Continuous
Af
mode:
AI
Servo
Flash:
Disabled
Prloltty:
Balanced
flashexposures
in
low light withnearby subjects
Exposure program:
Sets
the shutter
speed
slow
enough
so
the background
is
not
dark
Picture
style:
Standard
Drive
mode:
Single
Af
mode:
One-shot
Flash:
Auto
 
Priority:
Restricting depthoffield
Exposure
program:
Sets
the aperture to the widest
it
thinks
wise
for the lighting,
in
order to blur thebackground
Picture
style:
Portrait
Drive
mode:
Continuous
AF
mode:
One-shot
Flash:
Auto
(with
red-eye
reduction option)
MOVIEMODE
F
r
those
used
to
newer
EOS
D-SLRs,
you
may
not
realise
that
older models didn
't have
theability
to
record
video.
Now
allCanon D-SLRs
are ready
to
shoothome
movies-
this
is
found onthe
Mode
Dial
on most
cameras,
but
on
newer
models
it
can
have
its
own
switch;
on
the
EOS
6500,
Movie
mode
is
initiatedbythe
On/Off/Movie
mode switch under
I
deal
for
landscape
photographers who
aren't
confident manually
setting
theirapertures
.
Best
used
with
a
wide
-anglelens
to
further
increase
your depth
of
field
so
scenes
are
in
focus
from
near
and far
.Your
camera
will
set
a
narrow aperture
as possible
(but
could
be as
wide
as
f/5
.6
in
low light)
to
maximizedepth
of
field,
and
will
capture
vivid blues
andgreens and
sharp
images
suited
to
landscape
shots.
Priority:
Maximising depth of field
Exposure
program:
Sets
theaperture to the narrowest
it
thinks
wise
for the lighting conditions, formaximum
sharpness
Picture
style:
Landscape
Drive
mode:
Single
AFmode:
One-shot
Flash:
Disabled
the Mode
Dial,while
on the
50
Mk
Ill,
there's
a
live
View/MovieMode switch by the
eyepiece.Forall
cameras
,
you
need
to
press
the
Record
Start/Stopbutton
to
begin
recording
video.
Priority:
Restricting
depth
of field
Exposure
program:
Setsas wide
an
aperture
as
it
thinks
wise
for the lightingconditions,
so as
to try toblur the background
Picture
style:
Standard
Drive
mode:
Single
AF
mode:
One-shot
Flash:
Auto
 
Full
Auto
is
fine for quick snaps but offerslittle control -this shot
is
underexposed,
the
f/6.3
aperture gives very limited depth
of
field, and white balance
is
a bit
too
cool
FULL
AUTO/A+
W
hether
your
EOS
camera has
Full
Auto(green square)
or
A+ (SceneIntellig
ent
Auto) mode, theyboth work
in
a similar way
-you
concentrate on
framing
your
pictures, while the auto
mode
analyses
the
scene andautomatically picks the
best
settings
to
capture it.
In
A+
it
will also set
an
'Auto'PictureStyle,which makes fine
adjustments
to
colours. So,you simply aim
at
your
scene
or
subject, press the
shutter
button
halfway and wait
for
an
AF
point to highlight andbeep
to
confirm
you'veachieved focus,then fullypress the
buttonto
take
the
shot. Your camera setseverything
from
exposurebrightness
to
ISO
to
metering,and will alsochange the autofocus mode
from
One-Shot
AF
to
AI
Servo
AF
if your
subject moves.Theflash
might
pop
up
if
you'reshooting indoors,
it
's dark
or
lighting conditions are low.
Full
Auto/A+
is
a goodall-rounder
for
shooting'everything',
but of
course,like
the
Image Zone picturemodes,you have no control
or
ability
to
tweak settings
ifyour
shots are
too
bright
or
dark,
if
the
flash pops up,
if
the
ISO
is
too
high
or
low,
of
ifthe aperture
is
too
wide
or
the
shutter
speed is
too
fast,
or
white balance a little
off
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