- Mar 8, 2019
- Photography Experience
- Photo Editing Experience
- Edit my images ?
- Yes (recommended)
Cheers Paul. You have been a breath of fresh air m8.
Ah ok, I will turn it back around lol.Good luck with the new camera and enjoy a cracking purchase. Surprised it requires a compact flash card but apart from clunkiness, there’s nowt wrong.
Re your plastic thing, that’s to protect the front of your lens ... when turned the other way around lol Mainly from the rain and knocks but it also helps prevent flare when shooting towards the sun.
Cheers m8.Now go out and find some decent subjects to practice all the settings on. Try everything once at least, until it becomes second nature to you.
Ah right thanks.Read the manual. I have an EOS 7D with a built-in flash and I don't recall whether the flash automatically pops up when there is not enough light for a good exposure. If you have the camera on full Program mode, it makes sense to me that the camera will decide that a flash is needed.
Yes, I have been studying the manual and will look for the 'clear all custom settings'. My camera is sitting here still so just waiting still on this damn memory card lol. But yeh cheers for your help image,Yes I think it does if set that way...probably in full auto mode.
If you can find a menu option that says 'clear all custom settings' (in the tab with the camera and dots underneath)....it might be good to exercise that option and then start again...you might have several button functions that have been configured by the last user which could confuse things.
Yes, I have a cable but I keep getting, EOS Lens Registration Tool, Camera is not recognized. So just trying to fix this.Have you a cable to link the camera to the computer? If so, that’s a temporary fix.
Card readers are cheap and easy to come by, e.g.
I just emailed them.What a bad experience....and it’s very odd as surely the camera would have been tested in that mode...have you talked it through with Wex. Is this confused with the ‘mirror up’ function where the mirror doesn’t move just the shutter ? That function is used to stop vibration when using a tripod...it may have been left on