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

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Setting Up Your Camera for Continuous Shooting and Autofocus

One of the biggest challenges you will face when capturing fast-moving subjects is getting that one perfect frame when the subject is in focus and positioned exactly where you want them. With a few changes to the camera settings on your 6D, you can overcome these challenges. Let’s now talk about drive modes and AF (autofocus) modes.

Drive Modes

The drive mode dictates how fast each photo is taken and how many photos are captured with each press of the shutter release button. The drive modes available on your camera are the following:

Single shooting: With this setting, you will take only one photograph.

Continuous shooting: When you press and hold the shutter button, photographs ...

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