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Canon EOS RP Monochrome Setting
How To Set Canon RP Picture Style"Where is the setting on the Canon EOS RP for mononchrome or B&W
Thanks for asking how to set your Canon RP mirrorless camera to the monochrome (black and white). Look at the photo above. You can find the desired setting by bringing up your main menu on your EOS RP and selecting the first column on the left. It is the red colored section with the icon of a camera at the top.
Go to the 3rd or 4th column within that section and scroll down to "Picture Style." Select Picture Style and scroll down to the "Monochrome" section:Where to Set Canon RP to Monochrome
Select Monochrome, then press the shutter button lightly to leave the menu mode and you're ready to take your first black and white-monochrome photo with your Canon EOS RP. Alternatively, you can shoot your RP in RAW mode and process it afterwards. This gives you the many options of processing it in a variety of ways, including monochrome, extra detail, landscape, and other styles.
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