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Canon EOS 6D: From Snapshots to Great Shots by Colby Brown

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10. Review Your Images

Back in the film days, photographers would sometimes spend weeks waiting for their film to be developed before they could see their images and find out how they did. The digital revolution in photography changed everything. Now you have instant access to your images while you are out in the field.

By default, your camera has a 2-second review time for your images. This means that every time you capture an image, the LCD on the back of your camera will light up to show you the image for 2 seconds. While this feature is handy, it will drain your battery faster. If you are shooting for an extended period of time or in a location where you can’t charge your batteries, you will want to turn off automatic image review. You can ...

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