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David Busch’s Canon® EOS M Guide to Digital Photography by Lee Sheldon

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First Things First

This section helps get you oriented with all the things that come in the box with your Canon EOS M, including what they do. I’ll also describe some optional equipment you might want to have. If you want to get started immediately, skim through this section and jump ahead to “Initial Setup” later in the chapter.

The Canon EOS M comes in an impressive box filled with stuff, including a connecting cord, booklet, CDs, and lots of paperwork. The most important components are the camera and lens, battery, battery charger, and, if you’re the nervous type, the neck strap. You’ll also need a memory card, as one is not included. If you purchased your EOS M from a camera shop, as I did, the store personnel probably attached the neck ...

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