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| p.1 #6 · p.1 #6 · Customising the 5D MK III suggestions please |
Sorry to sound a little dim. Am on a steep learning curve.
I have downloaded the AF guides from canon's web page and has the manual (dry as a bone) and is considering paying for Klosterman's E, book, 'The Canon 5D Mark 111 Bible' . Is the e book worth paying for ? Thanks, Phil.
Hi Phil, you don't sound dim to me at all. In fact, you're probably ahead of me in the learning curve! To get a better grasp of the camera I purchased Klostermans e-book, it's a great referrence guide for me, and I've read it twice so far. Many times I'll not ask any questions because I don't wish to appear as inexperienced as I am, well, that cat is out of the bag so to speak. And sometimes folks aren't as helpful as you'd like, but the ones that are make up ten-fold to those who don't. Imo, seems like a very good crowd here that are more than willing to lend a helping hand. The e-book as well as the forum will give you some good tips. On the other forum POTN if I remember, several folks listed examples of their settings for the custom functions according to their specific needs, ie; sports, action, stills, landscape, etc. It gave me some ideas of what I could incorporate into settings of my own. I'm enjoying the 5D MkIII so far, it has many useable features for me and lots of room to grow. Additionally it's kinda paving the way if in the future I upgrade to the 1D X. It seems to be meeting expectations and holding the flagship title. Anyway, 2-thumbs up for the e-book, for this amateur it's helped to get a better understanding of the camera..Good luck, Regards, Will G.