Understanding the EOS 5D Mark IV by Nina Bailey (reprint)
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Originally designed as an eBook, this guide is now available as a black-and-white reprint.
Finish: A5 spiral bound book (also available in A4)
This is a trial service until 31 December 2017.
The EOS 5D Mark IV offers the pinnacle in the 5D-series of cameras, and is packed with advanced features and technology to improve your photography. However, tackling the camera if you're upgrading from anything older than a few years is a steep learning curve – that's how fast camera development is moving on.
This book is ideal if you've upgraded to the EOS 5D Mark IV from earlier EOS models such as the EOS 5D Mark II or from the enthusiast series like the 50D, 60D or 70D, or entry level models such as the 700D (or other models designated with triple digits). It's also the perfect tool if you need to get to grips quickly with the new layout and menu systems, as well as understanding in-depth some of the key overrides that the camera offers.
You'll learn how to navigate with ease around the camera, understanding the key camera controls and how to use them. You'll find out how to set up the camera to get it to work the way you want, how to start working with the powerful focusing system and customising your camera with the My Menu system.
184 pages long
• Camera orientation and understanding the key controls
• Understanding the menu systems on the EOS 5D Mark IV
• Getting the camera set up to how you want it to work
• Understanding the exposure modes
• The Q button and screen and what the settings all do
• Understanding file formats
• Understanding the exposure overrides
• Understanding white balance options
• Understanding Picture Styles
• Understanding the Auto Lighting Optimizer
• Understanding the metering settings
• Understanding the new playback options
• Getting started with the sophisticated focusing system
• Setting up and using the My menu system
• Understanding the basic operation of Live View and Movie Mode
• The camera operational differences in Live View and Movie Mode
• Using the focusing system within Live View and Movie Mode