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Don't use this setting if you want to use instant manual-focus override by grabbing your lens' focus ring: I use this most of the time. This clever setting usually selects whichever of the two settings above is appropriate, and uses it. This setting cleverly locks itself when the subject is still, and tracks it when it's moving.
The thumb controller has 9 positions, so you can select any AF point in just one push. You never have to click around to get where you want. For instance, if you have the left sensor selected and want the right sensor, just click right. On Nikon, you'd have to click right twice. Want the bottom sensor? Just click down from wherever you are.
Want to use all the sensors?
Push the top right button on the back of the 5D Mark II; no menus required for any of this. The center sensor is more sensitive than the others in dim light. If the other sensors aren't doing well in dim light, choose the center sensor and you'll be much happier. You can control everything from one tap of the SET button, if you turn on this feature by pressing:.
Once you get this screen, use the thumb button to drive around, and the dial to change the setting. If you need more details about what you're setting, press the SET button again, but it's not necessary.
The instant you've changed something, it's done. I do wish I could drive off one end of the screen and arrive at the other side, but it stops at the ends. You can read and set apertures and shutter speeds on this screen, but in manual exposure mode, there is no indication for the correct exposure.
For manual exposure, look at the bar graph in the finder or on the old top LCD. They are the same, except that the bottom bar shows details on what you're setting if you're in the Quick Control screen. If you call up this screen with the INFO button, it doesn't go away.
Tap this if you're not playing back, and it shows all sorts of goodies about how your 5D Mk II is set, the time and date, and how many shots and how much free space is left on your card. C1, C2 and C3 Total Recall positions. Set these before you go out, and everything you'll need will be right at your fingertips all day or forever. Each time you turn the dial to one of the C1, C1 or C3 positions, everything is reset to what was stored in that position.
Feel free to change any settings as you shoot in the C1, C2 or C3 positions. You won't erase what you saved. These changes will stay until the camera times-out, usually one minute you can change that duration in the menus , and the next time you go to shoot, even if you had changed something, you're back at your saved settings.
If you want to return to the saved settings more quickly, just move the dial to any other position and return. If you select the wrong C1, C2 or C3, you will have overwritten the settings at that position.
As soon as you select or re-select a C setting, or as soon as the camera goes to sleep and wakes up again after your preset Auto Power Off time, set by pressing:. The C settings are not altered unless you deliberately save something into them as described above. As we just learned, if you change something in a C mode, after the camera resets in usually about a minute, all your temporary settings are reset. What if you want to keep using slightly different settings for a longer period of time?
If you want to save them for up to about a half-hour or so, while in a C setting, press:. Now the 5D Mark II will work in your C mode in your new settings for that period of time after you make your last shot, and then after that time 30 minutes maximum , automatically reverts to whatever you saved in that C setting.
If you leave that C setting and return, it also resets instantly. Here's the clever part: The four of them together are sort of like an unlocked C setting: If dealing with some weird light that requires odd White Balance settings, you may want to use the P, Tv, Av or M positions, and then if a different opportunity presents itself, flip into one of your C modes, and as soon as you click back into any of P, Tv, Av or M positions, you're where you left off.
Of course everything about the camera is saved into each of these memories. This is what I saved that changes for me from setting to setting. Fn II: Auto Lighting Optimizer. Canon calls this "Highlight Tone Priority" in the menus. It is off by default. You set it by pressing:. Highlight Tone Priority: Highlight recovery works by reducing exposure, and them lightening most of the of the image, except for the highlights.
Everything stays the same, except that blown-out highlights might not blow-out, but only if you're lucky. It rarely makes any visible improvement.
This example is the one time it actually did. It only pulls-in about one more stop, and when you've lost a highlight, it usually is either further overexposed than that, or it's OK without any of these shenanigans. If you can find that, the live view and movie-making button is the one with the silver camera icon just to the left of the viewfinder eyepiece.
Video capture is part of Live View. You can choose the Picture Style set for Live View to adjust sharpness, contrast, color saturation and white balance. The rear LCD can be matted with a semi-transparent border to match the aspect ratio you've chosen. With heavy carrying, the diopter setting sometimes changes. If the finder suddenly seems weird, reset the little dial on the top right of the eyecup.
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Image Format Compatible Lenses Canon EF lenses. Lens Mount Canon EF mount. Image Sensor. High-sensitivity, high-resolution, large single-plate CMOS sensor. Total Pixels. Aspect Ratio. Color Filter System. Low Pass Filter. Dust Deletion Feature. Recording System. Recording Format. Image Format. File Size. Recording Functions. Backup Recording. File Numbering. Consecutive numbering, auto reset, manual reset.
Possible to create new folders and select folders in the CF card. Color Space.
Picture Style. White Balance. Auto White Balance. Color Temperature Compensation. White balance correction: Color Temperature Information Transmission.
Eye Point. Dioptric Adjustment Correction. Focusing Screen. Interchangeable Eg-D: Quick-return half mirror transmission: Viewfinder Information. AF information AF points, focus confirmation light , Exposure information shutter speed, aperture, ISO speed, AE lock, exposure level, spot metering circle , Flash information flash ready, flash exposure compensation, High-speed sync, FE lock , Image information Highlight tone priority, monochrome shooting, maximum burst, white balance correction, CF card information ,battery information.
Depth Of Field Preview. AF Points. AF Working Range. Focusing Modes. AF Point Selection. Selected AF Point Display. AF Assist Beam. When an external EOS-dedicated Speedlite is attached to the camera, the AF-assist beam from the Speedlite will be emitted when necessary.
Exposure Control. Metering Modes. Metering Range. ISO Speed Range. ISO Exposure Compensation. AE Lock.
By AE lock button. Available range varies by shooting mode Soft-touch electromagnetic release sec. Vertical-travel, mechanical, Electronically-controlled, focal-plane shutter. Shutter Speeds. Available range varies by shooting mode. Shutter Release. Self Timer. Remote Control. Remote control with N3-type terminal.
Zooming to Match Focal Length. Flash Metering.
Flash Exposure Compensation. FE Lock. External Flash Settings. Drive System. Drive Modes. Single, Continuous, and Self-timer sec. Continuous Shooting Speed. Maximum Burst. Live View Functions. Shooting Modes. Evaluative metering with the image sensor still photos Center-weighted average metering video.
Grid Display. Exposure Simulation. Silent Shooting. LCD Monitor. Monitor Size. Brightness Control. Interface Languages. Display Format. Highlight Alert. Image Protection and Erase. Single image, check-marked images or all images in the CF card can be erased except protected images. Direct Printing.