Use the playback grid Canon 5D Mark III


show more The playback grid is a useful tool that allows you to determine whether your image was shot at the right level. This immediately provides necessary information you need to determine whether you need to reshoot the image. In this online course, you'll learn about using the playback grid on your 5D Mark III to check if your images are level. show less
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Using the playback grid

You've seen the level in grid display that you can use while you're shooting. There's also a grid display you can use in playback mode if you want to really double-check whether an image is level are not. If I go in here to the menu, to the third screen of the playback section, I have Playback grid. I can turn that on, and I get the same options that I get in the normal grid display. I can control the frequency of the grid, and whether I want diagonal lines. I'm going to go head and set this up to 6x4, and now when I go into playback mode, I get a grid displayed over my images.

This is going big to be displayed over every image. So this is a way that I can go in, check whether an image is level, and if it's not, I can decide whether I want to shoot it again.

Using the playback grid
Video duration: 42s 5h 30m Beginner Updated Feb 04, 2016

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The playback grid is a useful tool that allows you to determine whether your image was shot at the right level. This immediately provides necessary information you need to determine whether you need to reshoot the image. In this online course, you'll learn about using the playback grid on your 5D Mark III to check if your images are level.

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Photography
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5D Mark III
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