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This Can only be done in the non-auto modes of the Camera (P to A-Dep). Press the Menu Button and navigate to the second list/Menu there will be a option called AEB press on this and set the amount. Also make sure the Camera is in Continuous shot mode (press the Drive mode button left of the SET button).

The AEB (Automatic Exposure Bracketing) settings will be lost the next time the Camera is turned off.

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SOURCE: I have a Canon xsi slr (digital) and a Canon xti

What are the lens specifications ? Try raising this query with the canon customer service.

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