Canon 6D Proficiency Test
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- Describe at least one method to adjust the three exposure settings: aperture, ISO and shutter speed.
- What is the purpose of the depth-of-field preview button?
- Where are three places you can view your exposure settings?
- What is the difference between the Canon 6D and a Canon Rebel?
- How do you activate Live View when taking pictures?
- What class of memory card should always be used in the 6D?
- Describe how to change a lens.
- For what lighting situation is the 6D’s full frame censor advantageous?
- How do you set the included GA kit lenses to auto focus? How is this different from APS kit lenses?
- Which type of lens mount can you use with the 6D? Which type should you definitely not use?
- Describe at least three ways this camera can be permanently damaged.
- If your equipment is lost, stolen or damaged who is 100% financially responsible?
To be done during your scheduled proficiency at Media Loan/APS or class workshop.
- Identify all the major parts/controls.
- Demonstrate how to switch between photo/video mode as well as turn on Live View.
- Adjust each of the exposure settings: ISO, aperture, shutter speed, with any method(s).
- Change the picture and video resolution/quality.
- Activate the Quick menu (Q) and navigate the settings.
- Set a custom white balance.
- Navigate the different exposure modes.
- Navigate through the MENU.
- (GA) Detach/Attach the battery grip.
- (GA) Set-up the remote
- (APS) Set-up the shoulder rig
- (APS) Attach an ND filter.