Show Grid on T4i

Edited by Djinu, VisiHow, Eng

You're watching VisiHow. In this video, we're going to show how to display a grid for composing your images in the Live View mode on the Canon 650D, or T4i, camera.

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  1. 1
    Press "MENU"
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  2. 2
    Then, press the "AF" button 3 times to go over to the 4th item
    This is the Live View menu.
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    In Live View menu, choose "Grid display" by pressing up and down buttons
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    For this tutorial, let's choose a simple 3-line grid, or 3-section, grid
    We can do that by pressing up and down buttons. The grid will have 2 horizontal and 2 vertical lines.
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    Press "SET"
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  6. 6
    Press the playback button to go back to the Live View mode
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    Press the Live View shooting button
    A shot will be taken. You can use the grid to compose your photo. You will see that the two horizontal and two vertical lines are now in the viewfinder.
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