The Boot Camp worked out great. Beyond my expectations. I mean the one thing that I learned that basically paid for the entire course was the auto focus on the back of the camera. I mean, literally that paid for everything. I knew it [auto focus] existed, but I didn't know to really use it, and to actually push the button. It was like, one of those things, like "Do Not Push," and I was always scared of it and stuff. So, that was worth the price of admission right there.
But, beyond that, you know, I learned all the technical stuff that I didn't know how to use in the camera, set in a controlled environment. That made a world of difference for me. With the Canon Boot Camp, since it was hands-on, they would teach you something and then you'd do it hands-on; and then they'd do a test; and they'd do hands-on and actually shoot something.
It actually, you know, it stuck in my mind. And it's still there and I remember pretty much everything we learned during the class. So it was well worth it. I would recommend it in a second to anybody that wants to learn more about the camera and how it functions and how it's used in a real world environment.
It makes a BIG difference. I mean, just picking up a little thing here and a little thing there that you many not have known, you know, just - you know how to focus the camera better and everything - makes a world of difference. And I would recommend it [the Canon Boot Camp] to anybody that asked.