Best Settings with Canon EOS Rebel T3

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Rick Waits

02 Apr, 2019 01:10 PM

Hello,
I really need some help here...just purchased the Sparkbooth DSLR 6 to use with a newly acquired photo booth that has a Canon EOS Rebel T3, in addition it has an external 200w stobe flash unit installed. Can you advise what the best settings on the camera along with the Sparkbooth software for best pics and overall performance? This will be used with an inflatable enclosed photo booth setting.

Hope someone can help and soon....have a big event this week-end and I'm about to pull out my hair trying to figure this out...

  1. Support Staff 1 Posted by John Wu on 02 Apr, 2019 10:32 PM

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    It is probably better to ask this question on the Sparkbooth Users Group at
    https://www.facebook.com/groups/sparkbooth.users.group
    You will probably find more experienced photographers who are more
    knowledgable about this type of thing.

  2. Support Staff 2 Posted by Joe Connell on 02 Apr, 2019 10:35 PM

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    The setting would be set for the location... for lighting.
    It is not a SET ONCE and forget when using a DSLR camera.

    If you have prior experience with a photo booth,
    the Sparkbooth software is easy to set up...
    Take a look at the Knowledge Base information on the web site
    with information on every feature setting for the software.

    If you are in a RUSH for help, I suggest we connect
    on Skype and we can talk and I can share my screen and
    show you all the settings and answer all your questions..

    My Skype user name is ccuvideo or use my email
    ccuvideo @ gmail . com (no spaces)


    Joe Connell - SB Support

  3. John Wu closed this discussion on 12 Apr, 2019 03:07 PM.

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