Movie 1 Menu

 

Canon® Rebel T6s/T6i Fast Start

 

Lesson Info

Movie 1 Menu

00:00:02.04 --> 00:00:04. We're gonna go to the movie mode in order to get to 00:00:04.02 --> 00:00:06. the movie mode we have to put our cameras in the movie 00:00:06.21 --> 00:00:08. mode so flip over that little lever all the way to 00:00:08.62 --> 00:00:11. the movie mode and we're going to see a number of 00:00:11.51 --> 00:00:14. features that we just talked about but you can have 00:00:14.77 --> 00:00:17. him one tailored for live you and then tailored slightly 00:00:17.89 --> 00:00:20. differently for shooting movies because movies are 00:00:20.69 --> 00:00:23. different than still photographs so with your camera 00:00:23.35 --> 00:00:26. in the movie mode the first item is the focusing system 00:00:27.17 --> 00:00:30. for movies and the a f method has the same options 00:00:30.24 --> 00:00:32. we just talked about a moment ago for live you and 00:00:32.71 --> 00:00:35. I'm gonna stick to my same recommendations I think 00:00:35.24 --> 00:00:38. for a lot of basic type video sh...

ooting the flexi zone 00:00:38.48 --> 00:00:41. a f allows you to be precise about what you want in 00:00:41.96 --> 00:00:45. focus and keeps you in control of what is in focus 00:00:45.07 --> 00:00:46. and where it's in focus 00:00:47.82 --> 00:00:52. movie servo a f is something that you can enable if 00:00:52.47 --> 00:00:55. you want the camera to automatically continued to 00:00:55.04 --> 00:00:58. focus and so if you are going to be focusing on somebody 00:00:58.08 --> 00:01:01. or something that's moving you would want to enable 00:01:01.0 --> 00:01:05. this no if it's not moving around you might want to 00:01:05.44 --> 00:01:08. put this to disable but because it's a little bit 00:01:08.27 --> 00:01:10. more dynamic the way we're suit shooting and video 00:01:11.2 --> 00:01:14. enable is my recommendation here but my warning on 00:01:14.34 --> 00:01:18. it is it's not very fast it's very slow in its following 00:01:18.6 --> 00:01:19. a focus. 00:01:21.98 --> 00:01:24. Do you want to be able to focus using the shutter 00:01:24.9 --> 00:01:27. release button on the camera? And so you can either 00:01:27.91 --> 00:01:31. disable this. Or you can allow it to do it's one shot 00:01:31.48 --> 00:01:34. auto focus, where it just tries to gain focus of what 00:01:34.13 --> 00:01:37. you're doing. And it's. An occasional nice tool to 00:01:37.23 --> 00:01:39. have when you want to focus, is convenient button 00:01:39.34 --> 00:01:42. to press to get that, focusing to activate kick in 00:01:43.1 --> 00:01:45. and so it's better to leave. It turned on. I think, 00:01:45.19 --> 00:01:45. that turned off. 00:01:48.08 --> 00:01:50. Grid display is that same type of grade we talked 00:01:50.35 --> 00:01:52. about before it's, mainly for compositional reasons. 00:01:53.12 --> 00:01:56. I would default by leaving it turned off in most situations 00:01:58.08 --> 00:02:00. again, the meter in timer. How long do you want to 00:02:00.46 --> 00:02:03. leave? Timer on? Select the number that works for you. Battery life in accordance with khun convenience.

Class Description

Join John Greengo for a complete introduction to the Canon® Rebel T6s/T6i in this Fast Start. 


You’ll learn why the Canon® Rebel T6s/T6i is the go-to camera for all levels of photographers and how you can get the most out all of its features and functions. John will teach you how to: 

  • Ensure you come away with a high resolution image every time you shoot 
  • Take advantage of the 19-point autofocus system 
  • Harness the power of the camera’s impressive frame rates 

The Canon® Rebel T6s/T6i Fast Start will prepare you to take advantage of each and every one of your camera’s buttons, menus, and features.

Reviews

Jen Hubbenator
 

Feeling pretty good about my T6s purchase! John's teaching style was fabulous, and I am left feeling pretty confident and a lot less overwhelmed!

rodrigo andrade
 

Great Class! John Greengo is an amazing teacher. I have a t6i for like 6 months and this class helped me a lot. Totally worth the money!

a Creativelive Student
 

As a student of John's for the past 2 years with the Fundamentals of Photography, the Nikon D3300 and D5500, I recently traded my Nikon D3300 for the Canon EOS Rebel T6i. As always, the training was superb, easy to understand, and I feel better in being able to use a digital camera. The reason for the switch in manufacturers was because of the ease of use of the Canon. I look forward to referring back to the lessons if I need a refresher course. Thank you, John. Your teaching is starting to click, finally.