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Working with exposure level increments

Working with exposure level increments: Shooting with the Canon 5D Mark III
Working with exposure level increments: Shooting with the Canon 5D Mark III

By default, the exposure compensation indicator on your Canon 5D Mark III operates at one-third stop increments. This means that there is a one-third stop overexposure after metering. You can set the increments to two-thirds stop, a full stop or whatever else you like depending on the effect you want to create. Watch this online video to learn about working with exposure level increments and how to change this setting.

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Cameras + Gear Photography 5D Mark III

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