The menu tabs for the Canon 1300D or Rebel T6 are the way you change the configurations in the camera and set it up to how you want to use it. There are 13 menu tabs – 10 for stills and 3 for video. You can access them by pressing the menu button on the back of the camera. However, before you start taking a look at the menu tabs it’s worth moving the Dial Mode change to Manual Mode. This kind of is so as to see all the tabs on the back of the camera. If you have the Dial Mode switched on a preset mode then you may well not see each of the tabs. 1300D video
When you’re looking at the tabs you can traverse them either by using the spinning Main Dial on the top and also the cross take some time on the spine of the camera. The menu tab for stills consist of 4 Shooting Tabs and these refer to items like Image Quality, Metering Setting, Custom White Balance, and film Styles. The next two tabs are the Playback Tabs and in addition they pertain to things that you can do after you might have taken the picture, like how to shield your images or look at the histograms. The next 3 Menu Tabs are the Set Up Tabs and so they help you set up the camera. They help you format the credit card, select the folders that your images and documents are saved in to, help you to established your LCD brightness and have interaction your Wi fi connectivity. The last one is the Custom Tab and this allows you to save your chosen settings so as to access all of them very easily and quickly.
To be able to see the Video Tabs you have to turn the Method Dial right round to the video setting which is in the other end of the Mode Switch, and if you press the menu button here again you’ll see 3 Movie Tabs. They package exclusively with shooting videos and they will help you with Movie Coverage, the Autofocus Method for video, the movie tracking size, recording sound and also exposure compensation. Once you look at the Video Menu Tabs you will see that there are also several of the other tabs that you simply observed when you were looking at the stills Menu Tabs. That is because they also offer options that can be applied to videos (like Photo style and White balance), or the general create of the camera.
The typical layout of the Choices is quite logical and simple to learn. A new photographer will very quickly be able to traverse them. The Menu Navigation bars are important because the camera has so few external buttons, so the tabs control any changes you make to the way the camera functions.