How do you set shutter speed canon EOS 1000d?
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An extended-range wireless controller system designed for EOS cameras with N3 remote control sockets. Provides remote shutter release capability with a maximum transmitter-to-receiver distance of 300'.. The Canon Wireless Controller LC-5 simply attaches to a compatible camera's accessory shoe or ca…n be separately attached to a supplied bracket and connected to the camera's three-pronged N3 Remote socket with the supplied 15-inch receiver cable. The unit is triggered with a pocket-sized transmitter that sends an infrared pulse-modulated strobe signal to the receiver. Powered by four AA alkaline batteries (approximately 4,500 operations per set), the LC-5 controller is also compatible with AA-size Lithium, oxyride, and Nickel-hydride rechargeable batteries.. Offering photographers the situational adaptability of four control modes, the LC-5 can be set to Single-Shot mode which captures one shot each time the transmitter button is pressed; Continuous mode which signals the receiver to keep firing the camera (until the transmitter button is pressed again or until the camera's buffer memory limit or maximum storage card capacity is reached); Test mode, which illuminates a red LED on the receiver to confirm that the unit is operating properly before shooting, and Delay mode, which fires a single shot approximately 3.5 seconds after the transmitter button is pressed.. The Wireless Controller LC-5 is also equipped with three channel settings (A, B and C) to ensure that multiple remote Canon users do not inadvertently set off someone else's camera or in situations where a single photographer is remotely triggering more than one camera set-up. In that instance the photographer has the option of firing the separate cameras individually and at will or all at once by selecting the unit's "ALL" setting.. Whether capturing nature shots in macro mode or intimate wildlife studies that must be fired at a distance, Canon's Wireless Controller LC-5 expands the ease and with it, the opportunities for unmanned but not unmonitored photography. Among the expanded capabilities offered by the LC-5 that were unavailable on the predecessor models is the improved one-shot release mode (1SR) that permits the photographer to pre-focus the camera and then essentially lay in wait - virtually indefinitely -- for the subject to cross into range. By pressing the LC-5 transmitter trigger fully, the LC-5 remote receiver can now "wake" the camera from its energy saving "sleep mode" and capture at will the image that the photographer has patiently been waiting for. In other than 1SR mode, the photographer needs only to depress the remote transmitter's trigger button halfway to engage the camera's autofocus before shooting.. The Wireless Controller LC-5's components transmitter, receiver and bracket pack up into three conveniently sized cases for increased ease of use. (MORE)
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Hello, not all cameras have this setting, but on SLR's the setting is called "BULB". This refers to the old cable release device which had an air filled plastic bulb on one end. When the bulb was pressed and held down, a little cable rod pushed down on the shutter release button. As long as you held… the bulb, the shutter would stay open. The bulb was on a cable because the alternative was to press the shutter button with your finger, which might shake the camera and give you a blurred image. On modern cameras, you can probably use the bulb function in conjunction with the self-timer. Set your camera to bulb, turn the self timer on and press the shutter button. Your hands will be well away from the camera when the shutter opens, then just quickly press the shutter button again or turn off the bulb function when you have achieved your desired exposure. In film SLR's you have to watch out for fogging in the frame and the other frames immediately before and after with really long exposures, because light has a way of creeping around inside the camera if the shutter is left open too long. Use small apertures. Hope that's helpful. www.lords-stock-photography-emporium.co.uk (MORE)
The short answer is "Yes.". The long answer is: All Canon EOS cameras use Canon EF (electro-focus) lenses. They can also use independently made lenses with EF type camera mounts.. All Canon DSLR (digital single lens reflex) cameras can use all Canon EF (or independent manufacturer equivalent) lens…es made for film or digital cameras.. Most Canon DSLR's have an APS-C sensor that measures 22.2 x 14.8mm. (This is smaller than the 36 x 24mm image size on 35mm film.) In 2003, Canon introduced EF-S lenses that were optimized for the APS-C sensor size. The EF-S lenses will only fit on Canon 20D, 30D, 40D, and 50D cameras (as of 2008) and all Canon Digital Rebel cameras. (MORE)
The amount of time that the shutter remains open - allowing light to pass through it to form the image.. Generally - a lower shutter speed would be combined with a smaller aperture and a higher shutter speed with a larger aperture to correctly expose the image.
I don't know how long ago you asked this question, but the 540EZ is VERY old. It's pretty much obsolete now.\n. \nGo for the 430EX or the 580EX. They're a decent price, and work very well.\n. \nIf you want more power out of it, the 580EX Mk II is your best bet. ;)
The only film camera currently manufactured in the EOS line is the EOS-1v, a professional-grade 35mm camera body that sells in the $1000 range. It is compatible with the full line of EOS lenses and flash units.
Canon EOS 5 is a Prosumer/high-end 35mm film camera. That means that you have a piece of professional equipment in your hands. Very useful for who knows the technique of photography, less useful for who doesn't.
It's not that difficult. :) Press the left directional key and then select the overlapping rectangles which signify continuous shooting and press the SET key. That's it!
Depends on where in the world you live, and where you buy it. Here in Holland it's about 400 euros.
You can adjust the shutter speed of Canon EOS cameras so there isn't a set shutter speed.
The simple answer is you don't. The camera is a simple to use, good quality point and shoot camera that does everything for you. It will automatically select the most suitable shutter speed from a range beween 4s - 1/1400s.
How would you set the ISO for shutter speed and aperture for correct exposure on a rainy day and why?
The ISO speed, shutter, and aperture are all interconnected. There is never necessarily one "correct" setting for all 3. However, if you're not shooting on a tripod, you probably want to set your shutter speed to 1/60 to reduce camera shake. To eliminate grain, you may want to keep your ISO below 40…0. It may be cloudy on a rainy day, so you may be able to shoot at f/8 or f/11. Of course, on most digital cameras you could select a shutter priority (meaning the camera will adjust the aperture for correct exposure at a shutter speed of 1/60) and then set your ISO to 400. The camera will automatically meter the scene and set the aperture correctly. (MORE)
The Canon EOS Rebel, Rebel XT, and XTi are EF-S mount. They will accept EF-S and EF mount lenses.
You can set the Long Shutter speed. In Manual mode, select Â±0 then Disp. You can scroll between 1" and 15". I think 1"3 means 1.3 seconds.
The Canon AE1 lens will not fit a Canon digital. You can buy an adapter that will allow the lens to work in manual focus mode on the digital camera..
Absolutely yes. Canon EOS 450D has the same mount as Canon EOS 400D, wich is EF and EF-S.
Most cameras don't have a dedicated shutter speed longer than thirty seconds. If you wish to take exposures longer than that, use the bulb function ('B' on most cameras). Bulb allows the shutter to stay open as long as the shutter button is held down. Get a locking cable release, switch camera to bu…lb, and you can take any length exposure you want. (MORE)
The Canon EOS 700 is a very basic, entry level, Auto Focus film camera. It was made from 1990 to 1991. Other film cameras with more features from that era only fetch about $50. The EOS 700 is probably harder to find because it was only in production for 1 year. You may get more from a motivated buye…r for it's "collector" value. Especially if it includes the rather unique 35-80 power zoom. (MORE)
The B setting stands for "bulb" and stems from days of yore when photographers sometimes used a small air tube connected to a squeeze bulb that they held in their hand. The camera end of the tubing was connected to the shutter. If they squeezed the bulb and held it, the air pressure activated the sh…utter which would stay open until they relaxed their grip on the bulb. By this means, they could open the shutter for longer periods of time than what the camera was capable of doing on its own. Modern cable releases are connected to the shutter button to perform the same function. (MORE)
It is 129 x 98 x 62 mm (5.1 x 3.9 x 2.4 in) and weights 530g. I dont' think it fits in the "mini" category. Add to that lens dimensions and weight, battery weight.
The Canon EOS 500D is a 15.1 megapixel digital single-lens reflex camera, announced by Canon. It continues the Rebel line of mid-range DSLR cameras, is placed by Canon as the next model up from the EOS 450D, and has been superseded by the EOS 550D (T2i).
There are two options. Option 1: you turn the big twist-button, where your on/off switch is located, and turn it until it is on the No Flash mode. Option 2: When you use one of the modes A-DEP, M, Av, Tv or P, you should click on the Menu button and in the fifth [of the seven] page[s] you find …Flash Control. When you've clicked on Flash Control you got to disable Flash Firing. If this all doesn't help you, you have a little flash button right next to your lens. (MORE)
Oh that is very easy :-). Menu -> First page -> Quality -> Choose RAW + L or just RAW.
It depends on what camera your using, some have it so that the shutter will stay open for seconds long. Some have a,"bulb" mode where the shutter stays open for the whole time you have the shutter-release button pressed.
Canon EOS 5D can be found at an amazingly, much lower prices at online stores. One should also try DealDash or other well-known bidding sites because they will definitely get the same quality for much less.
The Canon eos 5d costs approximately $2,000.00 but the price can vary depending on the lens and accesories. It is available at specialist camera shops and various places onine including such sites as amazon and ebay.
The shutter speed setting when taking sprint pictures should be on 'moving' speed. Sprinting is a motion and you cannot take 'still' pictures while someone is sprinting.
Any EF or EF-S lens will work with both the Canon 500D and 550D. So yes.
Unfortunately, you cannot pause on the 1100d. You can only stop and resume recording once you have begun filming. Annoys me too!!
Yes it does. Change the setting through the 'Quality' menu. You can have Jpeg (various sizes), RAW/Jpeg (camera takes one of each and saves them both), or RAW only.
if your looking for a really good camera that takes pictures and video the canon eos rebel t3i is best. its sort of the same as the canon 60d which is the best! and also the canon 7d is amazing. but the t3i is the cheapest of all these 3 and it has a flip out screen. there are the t2i, t1i, t1, t2, …and the t3 but none of those are as good as the t3i. you should wait for them to go on sale at Best buy, because i got mine for 717$ the day after christmas 2011 not including insurance and that amazing considering that theyre usually 900$. hope this answered your question :) (MORE)
Yes. To do this, you have to change the mode in SCN. Then, select the long shutter effect ( press the right button or the flash button ). it is located at the last. then, to change the shutter speed, press the up button or the exposure button. to adjust the speed, just press the left or right button…. the shutter speed goes from 1-15 seconds only. I hope this is the answer to your question. Excuse me for my explanation coz I am not really good at it. (MORE)
What is the best setting for the canon SX30 and I need to know the specific settings like do I put it on P or M and then what aperture or shutter speed is best?
It all depends on the light levels as it will constantly change, it's all physics
According to reviews, the Canon EOS 5d is a different caliber SLR camera because of its high resolution camera plus a compact body type. This type of camera is the pioneer in the DSLR-type of cameras which started the trend in all DSLR cameras.
Canon EOS 7D is a digital single-lense reflective Camera produced by Canon. This is one of the most popular cameras providing lots of features that allow one to take great pictures.
The Canon EOS 1000D camera has the following features: 10.5MP, eye-level pentamirror, a LP-E5 lithium ion battery and USB 2.0 connectivity. Full specifications can be found on Canon's website.
The Canon eos 60d is a camera that offers 17.9 megapixels, an interchangeable lens, pop up flash, a rear 3 inch lcd moniter with 1,040,000 pixels, and can record HD 1080p video.
The list price of the Canon EOS 5D is 400 dollars. This snart phone is very expensive because it is also an entire personal computer and a tablet built into the phone.
The Canon EOS 350D (Canon EOS Digital Rebel XT in North America and the Canon EOS Kiss Digital N in Japan) is an 8.0-megapixel entry-level digital single-lens reflex camera manufactured by Canon. The model was initially announced in February 2005. It uses Compact Flash storage and a Lithium ion batt…ery. Part of the EOS, it is the successor to the EOS 300D and the predecessor to the EOS 400D (or Digital Rebel XTi), which was released in August 2006. Since early 2008, the 350D has been remaindered (production ceased in 2005). (MORE)
Reviews available to read on the internet state that the Canon EOS 40D has new features after undergoing 3 firmware upgrades. The upgrades have removed glitches that previous buyer were not happy with and the current reviews for this product are now glowing.
A few key differences exist between the Canon 5D camera and the Canon 20D camera. The 20D has more lenses available, is smaller, and shoots images faster. The 5D has all around more and better features and more control over things such as color.
The Canon website is an excellent starting place to look for any Canon product. Websites such as ebay or amazon may also have used products available for purchase at a reduced cost.
Canon EOS lenses can be purchased from: Canon website, Target, Jessops, Argos, Amazon, Best Buy, Pixmania, Flipkart, Priceme, John Lewis, Kogan, Newegg, to name a few. Prices start from Ã¥Â£305.
The Canon EOS 450d is a fairly new camera that has improved features from the other Canon cameras, and gets good reviews. The Canon EOS 450d has 12.2 megapixels and high resolution.
The Canon EOS Rebel XS 1000D camera can be purchased on eBay. It is also available on Amazon and may be found in a local used or overstock electronics retailer or through local classified ads should one wish to see and test the camera prior to purchasing.
A good place to buy the Canon EOS 20D is directly from Canon. Other good places to purchase this camera is from eBay or Amazon where one can often find discounted prices.
The Canon EOS camera can be purchased through many big box retailers, such as Target and WalMart. It can also be purchased through electronics and camera stores such as Best Buy and Wolfe Camera. There are many websites, including Best Buy, Amazon, and eBay where the Canon EOS can be purchased. I…n addition to these options, the Canon EOS can also be purchased used through individuals and used electronics stores. (MORE)
One can purchase a Canon EOS 1000D at the bigger electronics store at ones local area. If purchased online, one could do so via Amazon or eBay. Here, there is the ability to purchase new or used.
It is a single lens camera with a built in flash although some manufactures will not provide an in-built flash, specifically in Eastern countries. It is highly popular compared to other EOS models.