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

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Shooting 1, 2, 3, and 4 Menu Options

The various direct setting buttons on the back panel of the camera for drive mode (the up directional key), erase (down directional key), AE/FE lock (left directional key), Aperture/Exposure compensation (right directional key), and ISO (the top panel button southwest of the main dial) are likely to be the most common settings changes you make, with changes during a particular session fairly common. You’ll find that the Shooting menu options are those that you access second most frequently when you’re using your EOS M. You might make such adjustments as you begin a shooting session, or when you move from one type of subject to another. Canon makes accessing these changes very easy.

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