Use Drive Modes on Canon T4i Camera

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You're watching VisiHow. In this video, we're going to show how to change the drive mode on the Canon T4i (or 650D, as the camera is known internationally).


Steps

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    Press the drive mode selection button. It looks like three rectangles on top of each other. It's to the left of the "SET" button.
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    Press the left button to move to "Single shooting".
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  3. 3
    Press "SET".
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    "Single shooting" will take one single shot when you press and hold the shutter-release button.
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    Now, press the drive mode selection button again.
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    Press the right button to move to "Continuous shooting".
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    Press "SET".
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    When you press and hold the shutter-release button, you can take multiple shots.
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    Press the drive mode selection button.
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    Press the right button to move to "Self-timer.10-sec/remote".
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    Press "SET".
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    Press the shutter-release button. The camera will perform a 10-second countdown and take a picture. To use the remote control function, you need to have a remote control. For example, you can buy it on Amazon.
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    Aim it toward the front of the camera and press a button on it to take a photo.
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    Press the drive mode selection button again.
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    Press the right button to move to "Self-timer:2 sec". This will set up a 2-second countdown before taking a picture.
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    Press "SET".
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    Press the shutter-release button.
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    Press the drive mode selection button again.
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    Press the right button to move to "Self-timer:Continuous". This will shoot a continuous amount of shots.
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    Press up and down arrows to change the number of pictures to take. If you want to take, for example, 5 photographs after the timer goes off, you can use this mode.
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    Press "SET".
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    Press the shutter-release button. In this video, the camera will give you a 10-second countdown. Then, it will take 5 consecutive shots.
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That was how to use the various drive mode functions on your Canon 650D (or T4i) camera. If you have any questions or comments, please leave them in the space below. Thank you again for watching VisiHow!

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