Located just below the File numbering command is Select folder, which lets me…choose a folder to save my images into. My card can have lots of folders on it.…This is my default single folder that I have on the card right now.…It's called 100CANON, and it has 62 images in it right now.…I obviously don't have another folder to choose from.…So I am going to go down here and say Create folder, and it tells me that it's…going to create folder number 101.…So I am going to say OK, and now I have folder 100CANON, which has 62 images,…and folder 101CANON, which has 0 images. And I select that one, and now I have…chosen the folder I want.…
And, as you learned in the last movie, this works in conjunction with the Auto…reset File numbering scheme.…
- What is an SLR?
- Attaching a lens to a camera
- Deciding how many batteries and media cards are needed
- Setting Auto mode
- Changing ISO
- Changing image format and size
- Manually selecting a focus point
- Correcting exposure while shooting
- Controlling white balance
- Using a driver and self-timer
- Auto exposure bracketing
- Selecting a picture style
- Using Live View
- Shooting video
- Using custom functions, such as ISO expansion and mirror lockup
- Cleaning the camera and sensor
Skill Level Beginner
1. Getting to Know Your Canon SLR
2. Shooting in Auto Mode
3. Shooting in Program Mode
4. Controlling Autofocus
5. Controlling White Balance
Using white balance presets2m 28s
6. Using Drive Mode and the Self-Timer
7. Using Exposure Control Options
8. More Playback Options
9. Shooting with Scene Modes
10. Shooting with Flash
11. Shooting with Picture Styles
12. Using Live View
13. Shooting Video
14. Customizing Menus and Functions
15. Using Custom Functions
16. Caring for Your Camera
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