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Old 01 July 2016, 01:36 PM   #1
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Default Canon 700 d

Just starting out
Not for cars etc
What pc will work best etc
Any info much appreciated
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Old 01 July 2016, 02:11 PM   #2
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Any newish PC should be fine. Try to get yourself a copy of Adobe Lightroom, it's a really easy program to use and produces some good results.
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No problem.


I have a Canon 550D and its always done me well. The main problem I have is that I don't always check what's around the picture that I'm taking, e.g. in the background. I've ruined some perfectly good pictures due to that.


I have also adjusted the settings so that this button is my focus button rather than the top button.





It takes some getting used to but I much prefer it now.
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No problem.


I have a Canon 550D and its always done me well. The main problem I have is that I don't always check what's around the picture that I'm taking, e.g. in the background. I've ruined some perfectly good pictures due to that.


I have also adjusted the settings so that this button is my focus button rather than the top button.





It takes some getting used to but I much prefer it now.
I've just gone on to Back Button Focus too (on my 7DmkII).. yeah, you can sometimes forget and wonder why you've not focused the shot using the shutter lol

can make it easier when using servo assist for motor sport shots
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