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

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Front View

When we picture a given camera, we always imagine the front view. That’s the view that your subjects see as you snap away, and the aspect that’s shown in product publicity and on the box. The frontal angle is, for all intents and purposes, the “face” of a camera like the EOS M. But, not surprisingly, most of the “business” of operating the camera happens behind it, where the photographer resides. The front of the EOS M actually has very few controls and features to worry about. Four of them are readily visible in Figure 3.1:

Image Shutter release. Angled on top of the hand grip is the shutter release button. Press this button down halfway ...

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