Thanks! so what on earth does Auto bracketing Cancel and enable do?
thanks for your reply!
Now, I could be wrong about this, since I forgot to bring my camera with me today (sigh), so I can't test it out. BUT, normally when you set an AEB sequence, it will stick until you turn the camera off or reset the AEB sequence to zero. If you want the AEB to stick even after you turn the camera off/on, you can toggle this function. And if you didn't complete the AEB sequence the camera may retain that info as well when powered off/on. But I would definitely double check this before taking my word on it.
This is useful for those that do a lot of HDR photography, or simply a lot of AEBing. Personally, I have one of my custom modes set to a fixed f/8 aperture with AEB at -2EV, 0EV, +2EV and ISO at 100 as my default "HDR Mode". Way easier than modifying those settings in Av each time I want to get an HDR shot.
Hope this helps!