Canon Digital Laboratory 2011

Canon Digital Lab Training

Upon purchase of any Canon DSLR Camera, everyone are entitled for the Canon Free Complimentary Product Training.

The designed basic training programs with the objective to help beginners and first-time users to get to know their products. Their experienced trainers will touch on the key features and functions in the simplest manner.

This 2-hour training would equip you with the knowledge on camera operation which include the following,

• Shooting modes
• Exposure compensations
• Flash settings
• Metering, White balance, ISO (in DSLR training only)
• Zoombrowser software, and more…

Product training does not cover photography shooting tips.

Only applicable to Canon digital cameras purchased from authorized Canon dealers in Singapore only. (For purchases outside Singapore, training fees of $40 and $60 apply for compact and DSLR camera trainings respectively.)

I arrived earlier 15 mins before the training started. Took a snap while waiting for the trainer to start the session.

Training started sharp at 4 pm. Basic stuffs like how to insert/eject the battery and SD Card and taught on the class as well.

It includes the basic knowledge on how to use the Modes on Creative Zone and also the Beginner Zone , Shuttle Speed , Aperture , ISO and etc.

Took one of the photo while the Trainer giving some instruction to the trainee.

A large screen that projects the Display on Canon 60D.

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