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    auto bracketing help

    hi guys

    i cant seem to work out how to use the autobracketing on my 60D
    i just want to be about to take the 3 shots and different exposures automatically. i used to be able to do this on my 450D
    and when i try to do it the same way as i did with the 450d i can only get the 60D to shoot one image and not 3.

    im hoping that someone on here can shed some light on this for me
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    cc and enjoy

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    It's on page 121 of the instruction manual. Not surprisingly, it says the same as mudman's link.
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    G'day Harper

    On many dSLRs you need to do 2 things for AEB to work
    1- set your EV +/- limits ... ie +/- 2/3EV [my pref] or +/- 1EV if needed
    then
    2- set burst to 'on' so that the camera will take the 3 bracketing images with one press of the shutter button

    ps- many cameras give a [menu] choice of 3 or 5 AEB exposures,
    ..... some cameras ask you to choose whether all the bracketing is to go to the + side or the - side of 'normal'

    Hope this assists your 'confusion'
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    thanks guys i will give it a go when the rain clears

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