Disable Image Review on Canon T4i

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You're watching VisiHow. In this video, we're going to show how to turn off "Image review". For this tutorial, we will be using the Canon 650D (or T4i) camera. "Image review" is showing the image on the display when you take a photo. While it's convenient to have images to show up on the screen in order for you to review the quality of the photo, the "Image review" feature can be detrimental if you're taking time-lapse photos and you want to take 1000-2000 photos while conserving the battery of your camera.

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Steps

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    To turn off "Image preview", press the "MENU" button
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    Then, tap on "Image review"
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    Under "Image review", tap on "Off"
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    Now, go back to the main screen by pressing "MENU" button
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    Take a photo by pressing the shutter-release button
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    The display will not show the image anymore.
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    Now, press the "INFO" button to turn off the display
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    Then, take a photo again by pressing the shutter-release button
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    You will be able to take multiple photos without wasting the battery on the display screen.
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That was how to turn off "Image review" on the Canon T4i (or 650D, as the camera is known internationally). If you have any questions or comments, please leave them in the space below. Thanks for watching VisiHow!

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