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 R 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 Touch Shutter option in Shooting 5 deals with whether or not the Touch Shutter option is enabled or disabled. In this chapter, I’ll devote no more than a sentence or two to the blatantly obvious settings and concentrate on the more confusing aspects of EOS R setup, such as Automatic Exposure Bracketing.

The six Shooting menu tabs discussed in this chapter are those ...

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