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2022-11-18 – Canon EOS R7 Experience – v1.0 Published – The guide is available on my website, as well as online at Amazon, Apple iTunes, Barnes and Noble, Nook, and Kobo.

2022-11-23 – Firmware 1.2.0 released for the EOS R7. The book has not been updated at this time. Firmware Version 1.2.0 incorporates the following enhancements and fixes:

1. The [User Def.] on [Picture Style] can now be selected in the Cloud Raw image processing settings.
2. Fixes an issue that, in rare instances, displays an Error Code 70 when the camera is capturing small subjects.
3. Fixes minor issues.

2024-03-05 – Correction – The paragraph at the end of Section 12.6 on Multiple Exposures, right after Figure 12.32, should read as shown below. JPEG images can be used as the initial image for a Multiple Exposure, and not RAW or cRAW images. Thank you to a reader for pointing out this error.

You can select a JPEG image already taken and saved on the memory card as the initial image in the multiple exposure sequence by using the Select image for multi. expo. menu item at the bottom of the Multiple Exposure menu screen (see Figure 12.33). An image taken as RAW or HEIF cannot be selected as the initial image, nor can JPEG images in the M, S1, or S2 sizes. Some of the settings used for this initial, selected image will also be used for the subsequent multiple exposure images such as the Color Space. Selecting an initial image on your memory card will allow you to use an earlier image you originally may not have planned to use in a multiple exposure, or can help you to better compose and “build” a multiple exposure. These are possibilities that were obviously not available with film.

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