One of the selling points of having a high end camera is having the ability to capture multiple exposures with one button hence ihitthebutton. On my Canon T1i I was stuck with only capturing three exposures at a time. Luckily with my Canon 6D I can capture up to seven, I normally do five though. When I first got this camera it took me a bit of going around the menus to figure out how to change it from three exposures to five so I present to you a short video on how to do it.
To sum up the video just head over to the custom menu tab (the last one with the star) and hit My Menu Settings then hit Register to My Menu. There you’ll have to scroll down until you see Number of Bracketed Shots which will allow the option to show up in your custom menu area, from there you’ll be able to select 3-7 shots for your bracketed shots.
Now you’ll be able to take more photos in your bracketed shots on your Canon 6D. Perfect for landscape photography or real estate photos!
If you have any questions or Canon tips of your own leave them in the comments.
4 comments on “Changing the Number of Exposures on a Canon 6D (HDR Bracketing)”
This was great, just what I needed, thank you very much for your help!
Glad to help Bill!
Hello there. The video was really good but i was still unable to take HRD photos. My camera it does make the sound of taking 3 photos, but i can ajust the exposure as you did. The first time you check your display and show us that it sets to 3 diferent expouse ( expouse comp. AEB settings) i already had problems cause mine it just has one bar. I already set the HDR setting and what you showed to me on this videos but i just can´t figure it out why is not working for me… thanks for your help
If you go into your exposure setting you should be able to spin the dial by the shutter button to split the exposure up.