UNDERSTANDING THE
CANON EOS M6 Mark II

 

By Nina bailey

 

UnderstandingM6MarkII

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This comprehensive camera guide covers everything you need to know to get the most from your Canon EOS M6 Mark II – whether it's your first interchangeable lens camera or you're an experienced DSLR user moving to mirrorless.

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If you're new to photography, the book starts with an explanation of the key settings used, before moving onto the more advanced features found on the M6 Mark II that will be of use as your photography develops or of immediate interest if you're already familiar with the DSLR EOS models.

The menu is fully explored and explained, as is the Q screen – your at-a-glance guide to the main settings in use.

It's an incredibly capable camera, offering some advanced and sophisticated features. With such a wide range of features this is a camera that has to be fully understood to enable you to get the best out of it.

This eBook will get you up to speed – and your camera configured with the features you need to suit your shooting style and subject – as quickly as possible.

315 pages long

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Key topics

• Camera orientation and understanding the key controls
• Understanding the terminology of photography
• Understanding why and when certain settings are used
• How ISO, shutter speed and apertures interact
• How to view the image settings
• Exposure problems and why they happen
• Understanding the basic exposure overrides
• Understanding the Creative Zone and when to use the different shooting modes – P, Tv, Av, M and the new Fv mode
• The role of lenses and how they affect your images
• Understanding the menu system on the EOS M6 Mark II
• How the advanced overrides work and when to use them
• Understanding the new playback options
• Setting up and using the camera’s focusing system effectively
• Using custom button controls
• Setting up and using the My Menu system
• Understanding the basics of using the built-in flash
• Using the focus bracketing feature for macro work

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