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AEB


Mike_Smith e2
7 213 1 United Kingdom
24 Feb 2013 6:02PM
Hello
My problem is i have a Canon 550D that when i use AEB to get say -1 0 +1 it only ever records two shots usually +1 and 0 I have even reset the camera to factory settings but it still does it, has anyone any idea why and how it can be put right Thankyou in advance.

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Big Bri e2
13 15.7k United Kingdom
24 Feb 2013 7:11PM
You mean auto bracketing?
Big Bri e2
13 15.7k United Kingdom
24 Feb 2013 7:12PM
Is it supposed to take 3 shots when you press the shutter? With both by 40D and 5D, you need to press the shutter 3 times.
t_downes e2
6 279 United Kingdom
24 Feb 2013 7:20PM
I use a 40D and you will need to press the shutter button 3 times as Big Bri mentions
Grin
Mike_Smith e2
7 213 1 United Kingdom
24 Feb 2013 7:36PM
Ahhh thankyou i have never used it before so now i know lol thanks again
Rod20 e2
3 38 United Kingdom
24 Feb 2013 8:19PM
I have the 600d and when i take 3 bracketed exposures i set the shutter to continuous firing then i only have to press and hold the shutter button and it takes three bracketed shots in quick succession. That way i can hand hold the camera with no ghosting when i merge the images.
25 Feb 2013 11:38AM
Doh why didn't i think off that Sad Cheers Rod, just never dawned on me to do that, Wink
25 Feb 2013 11:55AM
or set the self timer and it should take all three shots....thats if I remembered rightly Tongue
gaelldew e2
7 290 United Kingdom
25 Feb 2013 12:26PM

Quote:Hello
My problem is i have a Canon .



Well I suppose someone had to say it.Blush
strawman e2
11 22.0k 16 United Kingdom
25 Feb 2013 1:14PM
And one more tip, if you put it on the self timer with motor drive and live view (or mirror lock up) on you get a handy tripod feature. It allows a delay from when you press the shutter then takes the shots in a row.

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