This How to Guide will show you how to:
Or you can view the Canon Rebel Reference Manual.
Navigating the Canon Rebel Interface
For Beginners: Using Auto Mode and Pre-Sets
If you’re new to photography, auto mode or any of the pre-set modes are a good place to start. The auto mode setting allows the camera to analyze the scene and selects settings that it determines will yield the best results. It also adjusts focus automatically by detecting whether the subject is still or moving
How to use auto mode:
Before taking a photo or video, ensure that the lens is securely attached and that the battery and SD card are in place.
Use the power switch to turn the camera on.
Rotate the dial on the top right to the [A]+ or the flash off symbol. This will initiate the automatic photography mode.
- Not wanting to use auto mode? Check out some other pre-sets below:
Intermediate to Advanced: Manual Mode
||Sometimes called "fake light," ISO determines how sensitive the camera is to light.
||the size of the opening through which light enters
||the duration of time that your camera sensor is exposed to light
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