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Canon 700D: How to keep LCD on while snapping photos


 Hey guys, I was snapping modelling photos for a friend, I set it on multiple shots by holding down onto the shutter button so that she can move around while I take shots. Anyway, I find it inconvenient when I hold down onto the button, I can't see what is happening because my LCD will be blank as it is taking pictures. Is there a way for the LCD to display what it is snapping like a live feed, while it is snapping?


Not unless you are shooting a movie.
The screen goes dark for a moment while the processor chip records the image and creates the preview for the LCD. If you are going rapid fire there will be a longer cumulative delay in seeing your preview (of the final shot) in the LCD.

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Why do so many people say "FER-tographer"? Do they take "fertographs"?