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David Busch’s Canon EOS 5D Mark IV Guide to Digital SLR Photography by David D. Busch

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11

Customizing with the Shooting Menu

This chapter and the next three will help you sort out the settings you can make to customize how your Canon EOS 5D Mark IV uses its features, shoots photos, displays images, and processes the pictures after they’ve been taken. I’m not going to waste a lot of space on some of the more obvious menu choices. For example, you can probably figure out that the Release Shutter without Card option in the Shooting 1 menu deals with whether you can “take” a picture even if no memory card is present. You can certainly decipher the import of the two options available (Enable and Disable). In this chapter, I’ll devote no more than a sentence or two to the blatantly obvious settings and concentrate on the more confusing ...

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