woman with a cameraDigital cameras are great to have in your practice because they allow the photographer to pick the quality and resolution of the image being exposed. One of the most frustrating and challenging things about dental photography is learning about the camera settings.

However, it is possible to use the settings on a digital camera to ensure it is ready for use whenever you need it.

Our new staff training course, Setting up the Digital SLR Camera, aims to simplify this process and allow your dental team to learn the basics on camera settings. After viewing this lesson, your team will be familiar with:


  • JPEG files

  • RAW files

  • Manual exposure

  • Aperture priority

  • TTL or ETTL

  • Manual flash

  • White balance

  • ISO

  • F-Stop

  • Shutter speed

  • Histograms

Log on now to begin learning with your team. If you're not yet a premium member to Spear Digital Suite, learn more by visiting the overview.

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