Rotate Image on Canon T4i

Edited by Djinu, VisiHow, Eng

You're watching VisiHow. In this video, we're going to show how to rotate images on the Canon 650D (or T4i) camera.


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Steps

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    Press the "MENU" button at the top-left of the camera
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    Press the right or left buttons to go to the fifth menu from the left side on the display
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    Then, choose "Rotate image" by pressing up and down arrows
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    Press the "SET" button
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    You can press right and left buttons to go through your images
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    You can rotate an image by pressing the "SET" button
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    This will rotate an image 90 degrees clockwise and then 180 degrees if you press "SET" again.
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    Now, go to another image by pressing the right button
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    Then, come back to the previous image by pressing the left button
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    You will see that the changed image has stayed rotated in the same position (at 90°).
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