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

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Other Settings

There are a few other options, such as ISO, using the self-timer, or working with flash. Use these right away if you’re feeling ambitious, but don’t feel ashamed if you postpone using these features until you’ve racked up a little more experience with your EOS M.

Adjusting White Balance and ISO

If you like, you can custom-tailor your white balance (color balance) and ISO sensitivity settings. To start out, it’s best to set white balance (WB) to Auto, and ISO to ISO 100 or ISO 200 for daylight photos, and ISO 400 for pictures in dimmer light. You can adjust either one now by using the menu system to set ISO, or the Quick Control screen to adjust white balance. The procedures are similar to those described earlier for selecting ...

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