Canon EOS-1D Mark II, EOS-1Ds Mark II

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Lark Books, 2005 - Photography - 192 pages
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Canon’s got an impressive, hot new Pro-level digital SLR camera, and photographers will want to understand how to use every one of its up-to-the-minute functions. With Magic Lantern, they will. It goes well beyond the camera’s instruction manual, and explains how to handle all the decisive moments in shooting the action. Find out how to take advantage of the camera’s 8.2 megapixel resolution from its low-noise CMOS sensor. Learn how to set digital shooting speed records with the Mark II’s 8.5-frames-per-second drive and high-speed JPEG image buffer. (It can buffer 69 megapixels per second.) You’ll understand all the camera’s ins and outs, meet all the challenges of professional shooting, and get amazing results.
 

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Contents

The Excitement of Digital Photography
11
Features and Functions
25
The Camera Body
34
The Sensor
40
The Shutter Button
48
The LCD Monitor
51
Camera Care
57
White Balance
70
Personal Functions
100
Metering and Exposure
113
Manual Exposure Mode M
133
Flash
137
Wireless ETTL Flash
143
Lenses and Accessories 14C
149
Tripods and Camera Support
160
Image Processing
168

Printing 1
72
The LCD Monitor and Menus
81
Using the Menus
88
76
176
lndex
190
Copyright

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ADAM CHRISTOPHER is a novelist and comic writer. In 2010, as an editor, Christopher won a Sir Julius Vogel award, New Zealand's highest science fiction honor. His debut novel, Empire State, was SciFiNow's Book of the Year and a Financial Times Book of the Year for 2012. In 2013, he was nominated for the Sir Julius Vogel award for Best New Talent, with Empire State shortlisted for Best Novel. His other novels include Seven Wonders and The Age Atomic. Born in New Zealand, he has lived in the United Kingdom since 2006.

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