DSLR Tip – Total recall settings

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Using total recall or C settings on the top dial can be very useful. Find out what resets your camera back to the original settings and start using this. It can be helpful.

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nate42nd says:

Canon G9 then a Canon T1i for a short time. I then decided on the 7D and have been very happy with it. I had many digital and film cameras before these.

Tommy Memed says:

What did you upgrade from?

nate42nd says:

This is true. I should have done a more “in depth” video of these “C” modes. They have many uses. I was trying to let people know they can have a baseline (whatever they want that to be) and be able to have those settings available plus make changes and let them last as long as they would like. It’s not the best video, but maybe it will remind people to check into it. I may do a better video in the future. It can get confusing and I could not explain it very good.

mindwaveESEA says:

Also, I think this video can mislead some people, the purpose of the C mode is to save the settings for a quick change, instead of making changes when using the “Av” or other modes. The settings can be saved by going to Camera User Setting and saving it to either C1, C2 or C3.

I have C3 set to my HDR, which has the bracketing settings saved so I won’t have to change settings when I shoot, I can just switch it to C3.

mindwaveESEA says:

I used C1 for regular portrait/ basically the same as manual, C2 for sports, C3 for HDR

Mac Abra says:

Thanks for the tip.

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