Canon EOS 5D Mark III For Dummies

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The ideal reference to Canon's EOS 5D Mark III forprofessionals and serious hobbyists

The Canon EOS 5D Mark III offers professional photographers andadvanced amateurs a wide range of top-flight dSLR capabilities.Canon users love For Dummies guides, with more than 100,000copies of previous Canon camera guides sold. Like its predecessors,this one is packed with colorful examples that illustrate camerafeatures and inspire you to capture your own super images. Itexplains the camera controls and menus, shows you how to take fulladvantage of all the features, discusses output options and imageediting, and much more.

  • Geared to the needs of professional dSLR photographers andserious hobbyists, this guide covers all the features of the CanonEOS 5D Mark III
  • Explores the camera body, menu screen, auto settings, and imagesettings
  • Shows how to use the video modes, priority settings, manualsettings, and focus modes to capture the best images
  • Provides suggestions and inspiration with more than 300full-color photos
  • Covers image editing and output options
  • Features tips, techniques, and projects to help you get themost from your camera's capabilities

Canon EOS 5D Mark III For Dummies is the perfect partnerfor your new dSLR.

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About the author

Robert Correll is a technology pro who specializes in photography and image editing. The author of High Dynamic Range Digital Photography For Dummies and coauthor of HDR Photography Photo Workshop, he has also written books on other Canon camera models as well as Sony cameras.

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Publisher
John Wiley & Sons
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Published on
Jul 30, 2012
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Pages
384
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ISBN
9781118401705
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Language
English
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Genres
Photography / Techniques / Cinematography & Videography
Photography / Techniques / Digital
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