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Using program shift

Using program shift: Shooting with the Canon 5D Mark III
Using program shift: Shooting with the Canon 5D Mark III

If you half-press the shutter on your Canon 5D Mark III, you will see that the camera comes up with an exposure that best suits the current conditions; a feature called program shift. Using program shift adjusts the ISO speed, shutter speed and aperture. This video tutorial will teach you to use program shift and in what situations it might be useful.

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Q: This course was updated on 02/04/2016. What changed?

A: We added one new movie, "Updated features on 5DS and 5DSR cameras."

Skills covered in this course
Cameras + Gear Photography 5D

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