2. Level 1 Camera Use Basics2Canon Training Network. 3. Camera Use BasicsContentsLenses Autofocus Drive Modes Shooting Modes3Canon Training Network. 4. Camera Use BasicsLenses4Canon Training Network. 5. LensesCamera Use Basics Fisheye sees 180 degrees5Lens focal length is really about field-of-view, called FOV500mm sees 5 degreesCanon Training Network. 6. Camera Use BasicsLenses15mm 300mm 100mm 85mm 50mm 28mm 24mm 20mm 14mm 200mm 400mm 35mm 600mm 135mm fisheye6Canon Training Network. 7. Understanding Camera Use Basics lens names The name of a lens tells you all the important information about itEF 100-400mmThe focal length and lens type (zoom or prime)f/4.5-5.6The maximum apertureLAn L series lens (not present on Non-L series lenses)ISFeatures Image StabilizerUSM7The lens type (EF, EF-S, MP-E, TS-E)Features an ultrasonic motor for silent and fast auto focusingCanon Training Network. 8. Camera Use BasicsLensesWide-angle lenses 10mm to 35mm8Capture a wide view Used for landscapesCanon Training Network. 9. Camera Use BasicsLensesStandard lenses 35mm to 50mm9FOV similar to human eye Natural perspectiveCanon Training Network. 10. Camera Use BasicsLensesTelephoto lenses 85mm to 300mmUsed for subjects further away10Compress perspectiveCanon Training Network. 11. Camera Use BasicsLensesSuper- telephoto lenses 400mm to 800mm11Used for subjects you can not get close to Sports and wildlifeCanon Training Network. 12. Camera Use BasicsLensesZoom lenses Provide a range of focal lengths in oneE.g. EF24-105mm f4L IS USMMore versatile than single focal lengthCan be Wide-angle, Standard or Telephoto lensesSmaller maximum aperture than prime lensesUsually heavier and larger than prime lenses Use Stabilizer Mode 1 for everyday use 12Canon Training Network. 13. Camera Use BasicsLensesPrime lenses Usually high qualityUsually faster maximum apertureE.g. EF 50mm f/1.4 USM13Single focal lengthCan be Wide-angle, Standard or Telephoto typeCanon Training Network. 14. EF or EF-SCamera Use Basics Canon has two types of lenses EF fits all cameras EF-S fits APS-C camerasEF and EF-S lenses mount differentlyCameras that can use both feature two alignment marks Red dot EF lenses White square EF-S lenses14Canon Training Network. 15. Camera Use Basics EF or EF-STwo lens types in the Canon system EF approx. 50 current lenses EF-S approx. 10 current lensesEF lenses for cameras such as EOS-1D Mark III and EOS-1Ds Mark III but can also be used on all other models15EF-S for cameras such as EOS 450D and EOS 40DEF-S lenses have a short back-focus design making wide-angle lenses possible with APS-C sensors Canon Training Network. 16. Camera Use BasicsLens rangesKit lenses E.g. EF-S 18-55mm f/3.5-5.6 IS and EF-S 55-250 f/4-5.6 IS16Basic lens range aimed at beginnersLow-cost and good image qualityCanon Training Network. 17. Camera Use BasicsLens rangesMid-range lenses Higher image qualityBetter build quality17Largest section of the Canon lens range covering a wide range of focal lengthsAimed at mid-range consumer usersCanon Training Network. 18. Camera Use BasicsLens rangesL lenses Highest image qualityMost durableFor professionals and enthusiasts18The Luxury lensesRed band on lensCanon Training Network. 19. Camera Use BasicsAutofocus19Canon Training Network. 20. Camera Use BasicsAutofocus1.2 auto focus.swf21Canon Training Network. 21. Focus modesCamera Use Basics AF mode One-Shot AF ONE SHOTAI FOCUSFour focus modes on consumer modelsAI SERVOOne Shot AI Focus AI Servo Manual focusThree focus modes on professional models One Shot AI Servo Manual focus22Canon Training Network. 22. Camera Use BasicsOne Shot AFMost commonly used autofocus modeUsed for static subjects Portraits Landscapes23Canon Training Network. 23. Camera Use Basics AI Servo AFUsed for moving subjects Sports Wildlife24Predictive tracking focus keeps following the subject until the picture is takenCanon Training Network. 24. Camera Use BasicsAI Focus AFOne shot normally25A combination of One Shot and AI ServoAI Servo when subject movement detectedCanon Training Network. 25. Camera Use Basics Dioptre dialDioptre correctionEveryone has different eyesight all models offer viewfinder dioptre adjustmentUse the dial next to the viewfinder+3 to -1 dioptre rangeRemove lens, look through the viewfinder and rotate the dial until the viewfinder info and focus points are sharp26Accessory lenses are available for further correctionCanon Training Network. 26. Camera Use BasicsDrive Modes27Canon Training Network. 27. Camera Use BasicsDrive modesEOS cameras offer a selection of drive mode choicesDrive modes control how the camera takes a pictureEOS Cameras typically offer three choices Single Shot Continuous Self Timer28Canon Training Network. 28. Camera Use BasicsSingle shot Takes only one image when shutter button pressed29Used for static subjectsRelease shutter button back to half pressure and re-press to take another imageCanon Training Network. 29. Camera Use BasicsContinuous shooting Used to capture actionContinues taking images while the shutter button is pressedThe maximum frame rate varies depending on the model 30EOS 450D = 3.5fps EOS-1D Mark III = 10fpsCanon Training Network. 30. Camera Use BasicsSelf-timerDelays the release of the shutter after pressing the shutter button31Used for static subjects and selfportraits2 or 10 second delayCanon Training Network. 31. Camera Use Basics A limited range of cameras have this mode Self timer operation with the option to set a continuous number of frames to be captured very useful for self-portraitsNot quite in place32Timer continuousExpression not rightJust perfect! Canon Training Network. 32. Camera Use BasicsBufferThe buffer is an internal memory that determines how many images can be taken in a burstImages are written into the buffer and out to the card simultaneously rather than waiting for the buffer to fill before writing to the memory cardOnce the buffer is full, shooting can only take place when there is space for at least one image in the bufferUsually quoted as the number of Large JPEG files that can be captured in a sequence1.2 buffer.swf34Canon Training Network. 33. Camera Use BasicsShooting Modes35Canon Training Network. 34. Shooting modesCamera Use Basics BASIC modesShooting modes determine the settings used to capture an imageMode dial has two sections BASIC modes Full Auto Portrait Landscape Close-up Sports Night Portrait Flash off Creative modesCreative modes36 P Av Tv M A-DEPCanon Training Network. 35. Camera Use BasicsGreen squareDesigned with general photography in mindAperture and shutter values set automatically to prevent camera shakeCamera sets: AI Focus Auto Flash Auto ISO37Shutter speed appropriate to focal lengthCanon Training Network. 36. Camera Use Basics Portrait mode Provides a sharp subject against a blurred background Degree of blur depends on lens Tele good blurring Standard some blurring Wide little or no blurringCamera sets: One Shot focus Continuous shooting drive mode Auto flash38Canon Training Network. 37. Landscape modeCamera Use Basics Designed to give a good depth-of-fieldAperture permitted will be controlled by lens fitted and available lightCamera sets One Shot focus Single shot drive mode Flash Off39Canon Training Network. 38. Camera Use Basics Close-up mode Designed to avoid camera shake and give good depth-of-field if possibleMaximum magnification (1:3 to 1:5) on all zoom lenses is at highest focal length Designed for subjects 10-15cm diameter close up not macroCamera sets One Shot focus Single shot drive mode Auto flash40Canon Training Network. 39. Camera Use BasicsSport modeSets highest shutter speed availableAI Servo focusing setFor a better effect pan during exposureCamera sets: AI Servo focus Continuous shooting drive mode Flash off41Canon Training Network. 40. Night portrait Camera Use Basics mode Designed to combine long exposures with flashA tripod is essential as shutter speeds will be too slow to hand-hold and an external flash is recommended as the built in flash may not be powerful enough for many subjectsCamera sets One Shot focus Single shot drive mode Auto flash42Canon Training Network. 41. Flash off modeCamera Use Basics Allows night and lowlight photographs to be taken without the flash firing when not requiredFor all lowlight work a tripod is essentialCamera sets: AI Focus Single shot drive mode Flash off43Canon Training Network. 42. Camera Use BasicsBasic mode comparisonNameDrive SettingFlashFull AutoAI FocusSingle ShotAutoPortraitOne ShotContinuous ShootingAutoLandscapeOne ShotSingle ShotOffClose-upOne ShotSingle ShotAutoSportAI ServoContinuous ShootingOffNight PortraitOne ShotSingle ShotAutoFlash Off44Auto FocusAI FocusSingle ShotAutoCanon Training Network. 43. Camera Use BasicsCreative modes45Additional menus for further settings are displayedCreative modesCreative modes give the user more creativity and ability to change more settings but require more input from the photographer and a greater understanding of photography5 creative modes (to be covered in Level 2) Program (P) Aperture Priority (AV) Shutter Priority (TV) Manual (M) Auto Depth (A-DEP) on consumer models onlyCanon Training Network. 44. Camera Use BasicsWhat have we covered?Lenses Autofocus Drive Modes Shooting Modes46Canon Training Network.