- [Voiceover] When you capture an image…with a digital camera, you're creating an image file,…and that file needs to go somewhere, of course.…Eventually you'll get those images onto your computer,…onto your hard drive, so that you can review the images,…and make prints, et cetera, work with those photos.…But in the meantime, during the capture,…we need to store the images on a media card.…And in the case of the 7D Mark II,…we actually have two slots available…for those media cards.…We can work with an SD card or a compact flash card,…and actually, we can work with both,…which I think is a great advantage.…
To begin with, my personal preference is…to use an SD card for capturing my images,…the images that I will download to the computer.…What's the reason for that?…It's very simple.…The computer that I use in the field,…my laptop, includes a cardreader, a slot…for the SD card, so that is very convenient.…So, you might consider that as one option,…if you have an SD card slot.…Or, if you have a cardreader that takes…
The Canon 7D Mark II is photographer Tim Grey's favorite camera for his own work. In this course, he demonstrates a set of customization strategies aimed at making your camera far more responsive. Learn how to adjust the size and quality of RAW and JPEG capture, add metadata such as copyright and geolocation data in-camera, set up custom exposure modes, and create time lapses by using the built-in intervalometer.
- Adjusting RAW mode options
- Setting copyright metadata
- Configuring back-button autofocus
- Configuring custom modes
- Working with the built-in flash and intervalometer