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Here is your free Canon M50 Tutorial overview! If you would like to purchase the complete Canon M50 Crash Course, Please leave your email address in the comment section and we will notify you as soon as it is released! Thank you!
Canon M50 Free Tutorial Chapter List:
04:24 - Camera Setup
07:00 - External Buttons
13:20 - LCD INFO
22:15 - Black Info screen
30:50 - Shooting Modes
31:32 - Full Auto
32:02 - Aperture Priority Mode
36:43 - M-Fn Button
39:30 - Exposure Compensation
44:57 - Shutter Priority Mode
48:02 - Program Mode
49:50 - Manual Mode
53:13 - Focusing Systems
53:31 - How To Focus
54:29 - When To Focus - Focusing Modes
55:32 - Recomposing
56:41 - Where To Focus - Focusing Squares
01:00:13 - Face Tracking
01:02:18 - Eye Detection
01:03:27 - Manual Focusing
01:07:30 - MF Peaking
01:09:22 - White Balance
01:14:37 - Metering Modes
01:17:15 - Exposure Lock
01:18:14 - Built-In Flash
01:23:17 - Video Settings
01:33:18 - Deep Menu System
01:34:18 - Red Tab - Shooting Settings
01:34:29 - Image Quality
01:34:57 - Still omg Aspect Ratio
01:35:00 - Image review
01:35:02 - Lens aberration correction
01:35:30 - Flash Control
01:35:42 - Drive Mode
01:36:01 - Expo.comp / AEB
01:37:02 - ISO Speed Settings
01:37:33 - Auto Lighting Optimizer
01:37:39 - Metering Timer
01:37:46 - Expo. Simulation
01:38:04 - White Balance
01:38:12 - Color Space
01:38:18 - Picture Style
01:38:21 - Long exp. noise reduction
01:38:27 - High ISO speed NR
01:38:37 - Dust Delete Data
01:38:48 - Touch Shutter
01:38:45- Touch & Drag AF settings
01:40:43 - MF Peaking Settings
01:40:46 - IS settings
01:40:51 - Movie Quality
01:40:56 - Movie Servo AF
01:41:03 - btn function
01:41:22 - Auto slow shutter
01:42:12 - Blue Tab - Playback
01:42:33 - RAW image processing
01:42:42 - Red-eye correction
01:42:55 - Rating
01:44:19- AF point disp.
01:44:28 - View from last seen
01:44:02 - Playback Information display
01:44:44 - Yellow Tab - Select Folder
01:44:43 - Select Folder
01:45:10 - File numbering
01:45:17 - Auto rotate
01:45:11 - Format Card
01:45:39 - GPS settings
01:46:15 - HDMI HDR output
01:46:28 - Beep
01:46:35 - Shooting info. Dis.
01:46:48 - VF info/toggle settings
01:46:59 - Custom Functions (C.Fn)
01:47:04 - ISO expansion
01:47:10 - Safety Shift
01:47:15 - Release shutter w/o lens
01:47:25 - Retract lens on power off
01:47:32 - Custom Controls
01:48:26 - Back Button Focusing
01:49:57 - Clear settings
01:49:58 - Copyright information
01:50:06 - Manual/software URL
01:50:12 - Firmware
01:50:27 - Green Tab - My Menu
01:51:45 - Canon Camera Connect App Setup
01:52:06 - WiFi Settings
01:53:18 - Connecting to Canon Camera Connect App
01:56:25 - Remote Live View Shooting
01:59:24- Auto Transfer
01:59:45 - Location information
02:00:47- Michael’s Canon M50 Lens Recommendations
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Just a heads up. I ran into some huge issues with Godaddy.com this last week, who I have been using for the last year without problems.
On Feb 1st, we ran into some kind of a server incompatibility with our store. Myself, and my programmers spent many hours with Godaddy Support, including escalated hosting support, none of who could resolve an issue we were seeing on their side. They insisted it was in the code of the website, and the incompatibility was locking customers from checking out on the store.
After about a week, I brought in a second specialist to confirm what the first was saying, it was on the server side. I spent about $2,500 between the two to try to figure out what was going on.
The fix? Move to another hosting company. As soon as we did this, it was resolved, literally that fast. Had the server not had any issues in the first place, I wouldn't have needed to spend $2500 on programmers. Bad enough right?
So this is the CRAZY part. I paid for 2 years in advance hosting with Go Daddy, or about $480 (this was in April of 2018), so I used about 10 months of the plan, or $200.
So you would think a $280 pro-rated refund would be in order right? Wrong!
GoDaddy’s company policy is to not give pro-rated refunds, even if they are unable to fulfill their service! Even if it is paid in advance! Meaning, that I would have had to have paid, no matter if their service was working or not! Even for 14 months of unused service!
This is literally insanity. You would think a manager could clear this up? Nope! I spoke with Supervisor Arbri Butiastia who confirmed it is Godaddy’s policy to not refund, even in cases such as mine, even if it was their fault! This is jaw droopingly dishonest in my opinion.
So in short, if you are thinking about using Go Daddy for hosting, there is no way I would ever recommend them to anyone. Their policy is set up to not give prorated refunds after a set number of days from the original purchase, even if you pay for years in advance. What this means is, once that initial payment / refund period expires, you are locked in no matter what they do!
Turns out, if you do just a few internet searches, you can see many others who have had similar problems.
I’m not sure how this is legal, but it sounds like a class action lawsuit is on the way.
Well, you got me for $280 Go Daddy, plus the additional $2500 I spent trying to figure out why your hosting stopped working! I hope it was worth it.
Have you had a problem with GoDaddy? If so leave your story in the comments below!
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My father recently gave me a nearly 50 year old camera, a Konica Autoflex T (full 35mm). When I inspected the lens, a 52mm 1.8 prime, it had a UV filter on it, but once removed, I could see it was in pristine condition.I was curious to see how it would do on my Sony A7iii, so I found a 3D printable file online for Konica AR to Sony E and a half hour later I was shooting (with manual focus of course). I decided to do some side by side shots with a Canon 50 1.5 adapted over with a Metabones Adapter and was very happy with the results. For the cost, its pretty awesome! Enjoy!