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David Busch's Compact Field Guide for the Canon EOS Rebel T2i/550D
Are you tired of squinting at the tiny colorcoded tables and difficult-to-read text you find on the typical laminated reference card that you keep with you when you're in the field or on location? Well throw away your cheat sheets and command cards! DAVID BUSCH'S COMPACT FIELD GUIDE FOR THE CANON EOS REBEL T2I/550D is your solution. This new, lay-flat, spiral bound, reference guide condenses all the must-have information you need while shooting into a portable book you'll want to permanently tuck into your camera bag. You'll find every settings option for your Canon T2i/550D listed, along with advice on why you should use--or not use--each adjustment. Useful tables provide recommended settings for a wide variety of shooting situations, including landscapes, portraits, sports, close-ups, and travel. With this guide on hand you have all the information you need at your fingertips so you can confidently use your camera on-the-go.83% (10)
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Well, this was what I bought, a Canon 5d Mkii. It is, in my opinion, the best digitial DSLR camera out there right now, packing all the best features for a DSLR camera including a meaty 21megalopixel count, amazing noise reduction, hd movie recording, full frame goodness, a decent 3.9 fps burst shot, live view, 3inch lcd screen with 900k pixel LCD and loads more packed in a tiny "compact" form factor. This camera will last me quite a long time and will provide an ungodly amount of flexibility to what I can do (including shoot those damn HD movies). Anyway, I'm still pumped as ever from it, got loads to learn and hopefully I'll make good use of it with gigs and whatnot where light is ridiculously low. I've called her "Regina" after the late great (she's not dead but I like using the phrase) Regina Spektor. I never really gave my other DSLR camera a name but ever since I've been naming cameras and laptops, it'd only be fair to give Regina a name. Full frame is definitely nice, and shooting with crazy iso ratings is fun, the noise is hardly noticeable and even if you can see it, it definitely looks nicer than entry level noise. The one issue I have right now is that since the introduction of full frame into my gear, I'm in dire need of a x1.6 50mm focal length. I'll need an 85mm f1.8 usm to ensure I regain that focal length back because I need to be super close to the band in order to shoot them :(. So yeah, say hello to Regina, my new prized DSLR camera :)camera stuff
This is all the new camera stuff. I had saved up enough for the camera and one lens. The postcard sale allowed me to buy another lens and all the other gear--new card reader, for example. By the time I had dealt with the postcard dealer and selected all the camera lenses and other stuff, I was so tired I didn't even want to open anything. That will wait until tomorrow.
Learn to use every feature of your Canon T3/1100D and get great shots every timeSee also:
Digital Field Guides offer step-by-step information about digital camera controls as well as tips and techniques for getting great photos in various common situations. This handy guide, perfectly sized to fit in a camera bag, explains how to use every button, dial, and setting on your Rebel T3/1100D and also covers using the improved HD video features, and in-camera movie editing options. Illustrated with the author's outstanding photos, the book provides recipes for getting the photo you want in any environment.
The EOS Rebel T3/1100D is Canon's newest entry-level dSLR camera, offering a streamlined and simplified experience for new dSLR users
This book explains every camera control, showing you how to use all the buttons, dials, and settings
Cover the exciting new HD video features and offers suggestions for getting outstanding shots in common shooting situations
Small-trim design makes it easy to take this guide along whenever you use your camera
Includes a gray card and color checker card used to maintain accurate color and white balance
New dSLR camera users will get up to speed quickly with the easy-to-follow guidance in this handy field guide.
Photos from the Author: Shot with a Canon EOS Rebel T3/1100D
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From the Author: Top Features of the Canon EOS Rebel T3/1100D
Every once in awhile, a new camera comes out that genuinely fits the needs of beginning photographers who are looking for a step up from a point-and-shoot camera, and who are looking for affordability and excellent image quality. The most recent camera that fits that description is the Canon EOS Rebel T3/1100D. This is a great camera for anyone who wants to make the move from a compact point-and-shoot to a full-featured digital SLR camera.
The EOS T3/1100D makes the transition to a digital SLR virtually painless with the simplified layout of controls on the back and top of the camera. Starting with the Mode dial, new Rebel photographers can choose to have the camera make almost all of the exposure decisions by choosing a scene, or automatic, mode such as Portrait, Landscape, or Sports mode. Alternately, they can take a bit more control using Creative Auto mode where they can adjust the background blur or sharpness setting, as well as selected other camera settings.
In the semi-automatic modes such as P, Av, Tv, and A-DEP, the photographer can press the Q button for quick access to the most commonly used exposure settings and other camera options. Just use the cross-keys on the back of the camera to navigate to the settings you want to change, and then turn the Main dial to make the changes. And Canon includes the new guide that provides brief descriptions of controls and options when you’re using the camera menus.
You can rate images using one to five stars, and then sort images for an in-camera slideshow based on the ratings. Slideshows can also be created using only still image or only videos.
Despite the affordable price, Canon EOS T3/1100D photographers get full HD video that offers high-quality movies with no fuss or complicated settings to choose. Canon provides a capable video-editing program on the EOS Digital Solutions Disk that comes with the camera. You can add titles, stills to your movie, and you can convert the movie to black-and-white as well. Also if you need lighting for your video, the affordable new Canon 320EX flash unit features a bright LED light that is suitable for video lighting, and you can use it for up to 3.5 hours of continuous shooting.
Canon didn’t skimp on features. The T3/1100D offers features found on higher priced cameras including Highlight Tone Priority to help preserve highlight detail, Auto Lighting Optimizer to automatically correct the appearance of some images, good control over the built-in and an accessory flash, live view shooting, a customizable “My menu” menu where you can register up to six of your most-frequently used menu items, and much more. All in all, the EOS Rebel T3/1100D is a great choice for any beginning photographer who is anxious to step into the creativity and fun of dSLR photography.
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