The LCD screen


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The LCD screen

On the back of my camera, I've got this nice big 3 inch LCD screen. You've already seen how it can flip out, and move around. When I'm in Auto mode, it gives me some fairly simple status information. I can see first of all that I'm in Auto mode. Next, it tells me what the camera is controlling in Auto mode; Auto-focus, Brightness, Flash, Color Tone, those are all set according to what the camera figures out from its analysis of my scene. I get some other simple status information down here. I get a Battery Readout. I have a fully charged battery. I'm shooting in JPEG mode at best quality, and I can also see that I've got approximately room for 482 shots on my card.

This little square here indicates that I'm shooting Single Shot mode. When I press the shutter button, it's only going to take one shot. If I want, I can change that to a Burst mode by either pressing this button right here, and this gives me some other options that we'll look at later, or by...

The LCD screen
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The LCD screen provides you with in-depth training on Photography. Taught by Ben Long as part of the Shooting with the Canon Rebel T3i (600D and Kiss X5)

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