Navigate to the exposure meter (Exposure comp. / AEB setting) box using the arrow keys. The final parameter for exposure bracketing is the number of frames made by the bracketing set. The Enabled: Down with Set functionality is very handy if you’re shooting exposure brackets over the shutter range from about 1-second to 1/125 where images are most prone to mirror slap induced vibration.
Forward Skip to Table of Cameras For most Canon cameras, exposure bracketing is straightforward to setup and use, there are few options, and changing them has little impact on the results. Entry Level Cameras (Type 1A) Applicable Cameras EOS M, EOS M2, EOS M3100D1000D, 1100D300D, 350D, 400D, 450D, 500D, 550D, 600D, 650D, 700D, 750D, 760D Canon’s entry level cameras have seen the least advancement in terms of bracketing functionality of any of Canon’s cameras. However, as far as bracketing is concerned there aren’t nearly as many options. Battery Solar Yes Memory One Memory (M+=, M-=, RM/CM) General Dimensions 155 x 86 x 20 mm6.10″(L) x 3.39″(W) x 79″(H) 1. Requires computer equipped with Bluetooth v2.0 technology.
While the sequence is in progress, the camera’s exposure will be locked to the the exposures dictated by the bracketing sequence. Additionally, on all EOS M cameras, you can access a menu similar to the Quick Control menu [Q] for settings by pressing Info until it appears. The exception to that behavior is the Enabled: Down with SET mode available on most of the EOS-1 bodies. In this mode, the camera won’t flip the mirror back down until you press the SET button on the camera. Rotate the Quick Control Dial (rear dial) to change the bracketing amount.