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Five exposure modes plus Auto Exposure Bracketing, Multiple Exposure and Variable Program shift functions give users creative control over any shot, They can choose from Manual, Shutter-priority AE, Aperture-priority AE, Depth-of-Field AE, and Intelligent Program AE modes.

Shutter-priority AE Users decide how to portray subject motion by selecting the shutter speed. The camera automatically picks an aperture that will deliver a perfect exposure.

Aperture -priority AE Users get control over depth of field in the Aperture-priority AE mode. The camera matches their aperture selection with an appropriate shutter speed.
Manual The manual exposure mode gives photographers complete control over aperture and shutter speed exposure settings.

Depth-of -Field AE: Setting a zone of focus has never been easier. Depth-of-Field AE works through the EOS 630's autofocus and auto exposure - systems to offer prospects a remarkably easy way to control the zone of focus. Users simply indicate the area that they want in focus by targeting its boundaries with the AF system.

The camera automatically sets an aperture and focus point to provide the required depth of field. Depth-of-Field AE comes in handy for group shots, landscapes, and shallow focus photos. It can also create sharp photos of ultra-fast subjects as they move into the preset focus zone.

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Multiple Exposure With the multiple exposure function, users can record up to nine images on the same frame, without troublesome film transport manipulation.

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Intelligent Program AE with Variable Program Shift Users no longer need worry about compromising their creativity in Program AE modes. The EOS Intelligent Program AE mode automatically adjusts to deliver an acceptable series of apertures and shutter speeds-no matter what lens is on the camera. Moreover, a Variable Program Shift function gives creative photographers complete control over exposure. They can shift the program to create anything from shallow-focus -zone portraits to blurred-motion shots.

Auto Exposure Bracketing Auto Exposure Bracketing lets the user cover the same scene with three frames shot at three different exposures-one under, one over, and one at standard metered value. The photographer can vary the amount of intentional under- and overexposure by up to five steps in 1/2 step increments.

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