In our new Quick Tips series, you get to watch and learn right from Canon Digital Learning Center experts!
Each video will feature a Canon Technical Advisor offering a helpful imaging tip, sharing a unique product insight, or explaining a key technology. New videos will be added regularly, so check back to keep expanding your Canon knowledge base.
Learn how to properly align your projector for the screen and its lens shift capability.
|Quick Control Menu
The ability to rapidly change a variety of camera settings from one screen is possible with this tool.
|Wide DR Gamma
This new gamma setting in the Cinema EOS C100 offers alternatives to post-production processes.
|Picture Style explained
Picture Style allows you to control the color, contrast and sharpness of your final image in-camera.
Learn how to properly expose a scene with this built-in tool and how it applies to Canon Log.
|Radio-Based Wireless Flash
This technology uses radio signals for the camera to communicate with up to 15 Speedlites.
|Double Slot and Relay Recording
Cinema EOS recording methods are discussed in this video.
|Radio Wireless Group Mode
Learn how to control several groups of Speedlites on-camera.
Use presets or customized settings to aesthetically modify your image in-camera.
See how this metering system analyzes light between picture area and subject and adjusts exposure accordingly.
Learn how to assign external menu function buttons for your Canon EOS C100, C300 or C500.
Find out the importance of adjusting black balance and how it affects your RGB images.
See how peaking can be a useful tool when helping to adjust focus on images.
|GPS with EOS Cameras
Discover the features and benefits of using GPS within the EOS system.
|Properly Holding a Digital SLR Camera
Learn the proper techniques for holding a Digital SLR camera to create steadier and sharper pictures.
|Exposure Modes and Flash
Learn how the Canon EOS SLR flash works in various exposure modes for different results in the finished image.
The CDLC contributors are compensated spokespersons and actual users of the Canon products that they promote.