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PhotoBert Photo CheatSheet for the Canon EOS 1D-Mark III Digital SLR Camera


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  • Weather proof
  • Small (about 4" x 8")
  • Durable - laminated in light 3-mil laminate
  • Easy to read - high-quality print/stock
  • Easily fits in your camera bag or shirt pocket
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Technical Details

  • Brand Name: PhotoBert
  • Model: TC81-07
  • Viewfinder Type: fixed LCD

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Product Details

  • Item Weight: 0.8 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 2.1 ounces
  • ASIN: B000TDJY0U
  • Item model number: TC81-07
  • Average Customer Review: 2.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: June 17, 2003

Product Description

This is a one-of-a-kind CheatSheet for the Canon 1D Mark III Digital SLR camera. Professionally designed and printed, this CheatSheet will get you up to speed FAST on your new camera! Weather proof Very durable - laminated in 3-mil laminate Full color Easy to read - high-quality print/stock 2-sided Contains most of what's in the user manual! It's an easy to take with you quick reference that is invaluable in the field. This CheatSheet is printed on heavy double-sided 8 1/2 x 11 brochure stock at high resolution, laminated and folded in thirds so it's a convenient size (4" x 8 3/4") to put in your camera bag. Nobody can remember all of the features, modes and the "how to" instructions so here's an "easy to take with you" quick reference that is invaluable in the field. This CheatSheet is full of useful information on how to use the various features of this camera. Covered topics include: Battery Info Focus confirmation Main Switch and Quick Control Dial Auto/Manual AF Point Selection Formatting High-Precision AF Menus AF Focus Lock Live View Shooting Drive Modes Sensor Cleaning Self-Timer Restoring Default Settings ISO Equivalency Filename Numbering Exposure Modes My Menu BULB Exposure Saving/Loading Settings Exposure Compensation Med

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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Joegolfer on January 24, 2008
These cheatsheets are suppose to be helpful guys so while in the field you can take a quick look and set your camera. Unfortunately, this cheatsheet is so crammed of specs directly out of the manual, it is void of being of help on how to actually do particular settings. Just take your manual with you and it will be more helpful than this. Unless your eyes are perfect, you have little chance of reading this print. It looks like a legal page of boiler print instead of a helpful reminder guide. I will never use this guide while actually shooting because it include only specs, not how to make changes. I bought this for a member of the family who is just learning how to use my camera. He took one look and said please let me just use the manual instead. I'm afraid I just wasted my money. I wish someone would put out a truly useful guide and I would pay twice the price of this to buy it!
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0 of 1 people found the following review helpful By T. Norris on February 11, 2008
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This is not a manual, but a field reference guide. Lamenated and folded it fits very easily in to a camera bag pocket or a backpack. The color printing is big enhancement over some earlier versions for other cameras. If you are wanting to learn how to use the camera, neither this or the manual will do. I own several Canon pro and pro-sumer digital bodies and have this guide for each one and for associates who use my company equipment. Each camera has a slightly different way, or menu path to the user settings. Beleive it or not, there is enough difference between the Mark iiN and the Mark iii to cause some momentary memory lapses when switching back and forth. You do need your glasses though - and carry an LED penlight in your bag, too.
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