IN THIS CHAPTER
Recording your first movie using the default settings
Understanding the frame rate, frame size, and movie quality options
Adjusting audio-recording options
Controlling exposure during movie recording
In addition to being a stellar still-photography camera, your T6/1300D enables you to record HD (high-definition) movies. This chapter tells you what you need to know to take advantage of the movie-recording options.
Recording a movie using the default settings is a cinch. The following steps show you how to do it using autofocusing:
Set the Mode dial to the Movie position, as shown in Figure 8-1.
The viewfinder shuts off, and the live preview appears on the monitor.
You can change the amount of data that appears onscreen ...