Canon Peripheral Illumination Correction on Canon EOS Rebel T6?
In comparison to the center of the frame, you might have come across some images that you shot using your Canon flip screen DSLR EOS Rebel T6 that have dark edges, even though the frame was taken in a uniform lighting state. Oh, you’re not the only one facing those situations, then.
Light fall-off and Vigneting Condition
There are countless Canon vlogging camera users who have experienced the same or similar circumstance and are searching for ways to change the correction of Canon peripheral lighting.
The misunderstanding occurs because of the different terminology used in peripheral illumination to describe this lighting issue. Among the users familiar with this frame condition, the most common names are known as the light fall-off condition and the vignetting condition. A few conditions, such as the lens focal length and the aperture setting of your Canon flip screen DSLR, depend on the amount of vignetting that will appear on your frame.
There is the Peripheral Illumination condition on your sensor, which will change the brightness of the image around the edges of your frame, to eliminate vignetting in your Canon EOS Rebel. On the top of the framework, the most visible portion of a light fall-off in a frame can be seen. In all the four corners, it is similarly obvious, but the most visible portion is the two corners.
Even if most people don’t notice the vignetting in your frame, you need to make sure you have adjusted every setting in your camera correctly to catch the right image. And your picture can suffer from a high light-fall-off condition if your settings are incorrectly altered. We have mentioned the settings of the Canon flip screen DSLR EOS Rebel, which will help you get rid of the light fall-off, to help you better.
Adjusting Canon Peripheral Illumination Correction
Note: In all exposure modes of your camera, the settings below are available, but a few factors that will affect the settings are:
The image format
It is necessary to remember that only if the image is captured in JPEG format can a correction be made. If the image is taken in some other mode, then only through the Canon Digital Picture Professional can the correction be made.
The data must be included in the firmware
The data of your lens must be unloaded into the Canon vlogging camera firmware EOS Rebel T61300D in order to make the correction. By going to the Shooting Menu 1 and then choosing Canon peripheral illumination correction, you will know if the lens you are using is enabled by the Canon EOS Rebel. You’ll need to press Set, then. And then, if the correction data is displayed on the screen, then the function will be automatically activated.
And if your lens is not supported, you’ll need to manually add the lens details to your Canon EOS Rebel T61300D vlogging camera firmware. This can be achieved by using a USB cable to connect your camera to the device and then using the resources that are available with the Canon EOS Utility program.
And if you are shooting with a Non-Canon lens, even if the correction data is available, you will need to disable the Canon peripheral illumination correction. But, it can be done when shooting in RAW format if you still want to apply the correction.