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Canon T90 - Camera Instruction Manual

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Other Shooting/ Exposure Compensation



Multiple Exposure
 

The T90's provision for multiple exposures allows you to easily make two or more exposures on the same frame for creative effect. Preset multiple exposures up to 9 times with the single operation of the electronic input dial and continuous multiple exposure photography are possible.

1) Press both the shooting mode selector and the metering mode selector at the same time. The " ME " mark indicating multiple exposure mode will then appear on the display panel and the frame counter will become "1".

2) While pressing both,selectors, turn the electronic input dial to the desired number of exposures (for example, set "3" on the frame counter if you want to make three exposures on the same frame )

3) Remove your fingers from both selectors.

While shooting, the " 3 " mark will flash on and off to warn you that the camera is in the multiple exposure status.

Each time the shutter is released the preset number of exposures on the fiame counter will decrement by 1.

When the preset number of exposures have been completed, the film is automatically wound to the next frame and the multiple exposure status is automatically cleared.
1 Before shooting
1) Press both the shooting mode select and the metering mode selector at ti same time again.

2) While pressing both selectors turn tt electronic input dial to return the fran counter to "1".

3) Remove your fingers from both selector The " ME " mark will disappear and mul ple exposure mode is cleared.

2 While shooting
The operating procedures are basically th same as above, but turn the electronic inp dial until the frame counter is blank or there no frame counter display in step 2).

<Changing the Preset Exposures >
1) Before shooting


1) Press both the shooting mode selector and the metering mode selector at the same time again.
2) While pressing both selectors, turn the electronic input dial to change the preset number of exposures.
3) Remove your fingers from both selectors.

2) While shooting
The operating procedures are all the same as above.

< Exposure Compensation in Multiple Exposures >

When you make multiple exposures, it is necessary to correct the amount of exposure depending on the situation because the same frame is exposed several times. You can easily correct the exposure with the exposure compensation index.

Notes

1 The method described above is merely a general guideline. Actually, the amount of exposure compensation varies according to the situation so your technique will benefit greatly from practice.

2 It is not advisable to make multiple exposures on the first or last several frames due to possible film curl which may adversely affect image registration.

3 Generally, the first exposure of a series should be of a relatively dark subject so that the image in the next exposure will show up clearly.
Number of multiple exposure Exposure compensation index
Double 1/2
Triple Between 1/2 and 1/4
Quadruple 1/4


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