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Your Canon EOS Rebel XS/1000D is small, lightweight, and packed with power and versatility. This handy, portable guide helps you take full advantage of Live View shooting, in-camera Canon EX SpeedLite control, intuitive, large-text menus, and all the controls. It offers innovative ideas and fresh thoughts to help you capture images that reflect your personal creative vision, plus advice on setting up your camera for your shooting style; using Canon's Picture Styles to manage color, contrast, and sharpness; and capturing outstanding action, wildlife, portrait, travel, nighttime, and macro shots.
Published: Wiley on
ISBN: 9780470455227
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