Download David Busch's Canon EOS 7D Guide to Digital SLR Photography by David D. Busch PDF

By David D. Busch

Welcome to the Canon EOS 7D, Canons new electronic SLR that's loaded with expert positive aspects at a cheap rate. DAVID BUSCH?S CANON EOS 7D consultant TO electronic images exhibits readers the way to utilize their cameras strong function set, together with 18 megapixel answer, blazing quick computerized concentration, the real-time preview procedure dwell View, and entire HD movie-making services, to take awesome photographs and movies.

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Your installed software usually detects the camera and offers to transfer the pictures, or the camera appears on your desktop as a mass storage device, enabling you to drag and drop the files to your computer. 12 Images can be transferred to your computer using a USB cable. 13: 1. Turn off the camera. 2. Slide open the Compact Flash card door, and press the gray button, which ejects the card. 3. Insert the Compact Flash card into your memory card reader. Your installed software detects the files on the card and offers to transfer them.

User’s manuals. Even if you have this book, you’ll probably want to check the printed user’s guide that Canon provides, if only to check the actual nomenclature for some obscure accessory, or to double-check an error code. Google “Canon 7D manual PDF” to find a downloadable, non-printable version that you can store on your laptop, a CD-ROM, or other media in case you want to access this reference when the paper version isn’t handy. If you have an old Compact Flash card that’s too small to be usable on a modern dSLR (I still have some 128MB and 256MB cards), you can store the PDF on that.

I’ll explain guide numbers (which can be a little confusing) in more detail in Chapter 10, but in plain terms, the flash’s rating means that the unit is powerful enough to properly illuminate a subject that’s 10 feet away at f/4 at the lowest ISO (sensitivity) setting of your camera. Boost the ISO (or use a wider f/stop) and you can shoot subjects that are located at a great distance. 6 or, alternatively, you can expose that scene at the original 10 feet distance at f/11. Ordinarily, the 7D takes care of all these calculations for you.

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