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Old 09-07-2012, 06:12 PM
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Cool 8 Things You Didn't Know Your DSLR Could Do

I found this topic on Pinterest, many people were surprised and found it cool.

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... When we first get our hands on a camera, we spend every waking second learning how to use it and all the buttons and dials. Then… we suddenly stop. But if you stop learning your camera too soon, you miss out on some REALLY COOL features in most–but not all–DSLR cameras.

This post will hopefully enlighten you on a few features that are commonly (but not always) put in DSLR cameras that most photographers don’t know they have...
Read the full article: 8 Things You Didn’t Know Your DSLR Could Do

DSLR owners? Any feedback? (The original author of this blog would LOVE to read your comments too)
 
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Old 10-20-2012, 05:45 AM
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An excellent article. Unfortunately for me I found that I can not make a timelaps with my Canon camera.
 
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Old 10-27-2012, 03:32 AM
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Pretty decent article. I particularly like the "Instagram Feature" that I was previously unaware of :p

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I like that alot, I use a Samsung NX10 so i'll have to have a play around and see what I can pull out of this thing.
 
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Thank you for this article. Film cameras used to be tough enough to decipher, but were pretty easy to get a handle on, but the digital cameras have tons of bells and whistles (even the cheaper ones) that only the "Hard Core" shooters really take the time to figure things out. "Auto" to the rescue!
 
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lol at Instagram mode - I hope that's a joke! You don't smear butter/grease on $200+ worth of equipment.
 
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