Explore other Live View options Canon 5D Mark III


show more The Canon 5D Mark III has many live view options for you to explore, such as using grids to align your subject properly. Additionally, you can disable live view completely to prevent it from turning on accidentally, which could drain your battery and overheat your camera. Start exploring other live view options and how they can help you become a better photographer with this online tutorial. show less
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Exploring other Live View options

There are still more live view related options here on page 4 of the shooting category. First off, I can actually completely disable live view. If I just go into the Live View shoot option here, and say Disabl, now pressing the live view button won't do anything. If you never use live view, or if you find that in your bag, or when you're carrying the camera around, you keep accidentally bumping this, and live view pops on, you may want to disable it, because having it turn on accidentally can drain your battery, and heat up your camera.

I can activate a Grid display, so I'm going to just turn on one of these. I'll turn on the 6x4 grid, and now when I go into live view, I see this grid superimposed. This makes it easier for me to make sure the camera's level, or that vertical things are aligned properly. Back in here, and turn that off. I've got also a 3x3 grid, or 3x3 grid with diagonal lines through it. We have already seen aspect ratio. Exposure simulation, we l...

Exploring other Live View options
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The Canon 5D Mark III has many live view options for you to explore, such as using grids to align your subject properly. Additionally, you can disable live view completely to prevent it from turning on accidentally, which could drain your battery and overheat your camera. Start exploring other live view options and how they can help you become a better photographer with this online tutorial.

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