Canon Rebel T7 Default Settings

If you just want to change one or two settings on your Canon Rebel T7 back to the default settings, this chart shows the camera defaults.

Canon EOS Rebel T7
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If you’re looking to reset your Canon Rebel T7’s settings, there are a few options.

There are two “Clear Settings” functions that will reset all camera settings and custom functions. I have more detail on them separately.

But sometimes it’s useful just to change one or two settings rather than all of them. So here’s a chart that shows the Canon Rebel T7’s default settings when it comes out of the box.

SectionFunctionSetting
Shooting Function SettingsAF operationOne-Shot AF
AF point selectionAutomatic selection
Drive/self-timerSingle shooting
Metering modeEvaluative metering
ISO speedAUTO
ISO AutoMaximum 3200
Exposure CompensationCanceled
Flash exposure compensation0
Custom FunctionsUnchanged
Image Recording SettingsImage qualityLarge
Picture StyleAuto
Auto Lighting OptimizerStandard
Peripheral illuminuation correctionEnable / Correction data retained
Color spacesRGB
White balanceAmbience priority
Custom White BalanceCanceled
White balance correctionCanceled
White balance bracketingCanceled
File numberingContinuous
Dust Delete DataErased
Camera SettingsAuto power off30 sec.
BeepEnable
Release shutter without cardEnable
Image review2 sec.
Histogram displayBrightness
Image jump w/dial10 images
Auto rotateOn
LCD brightnessMiddle
LCD off/on buttonShutter button
Date/Time/ZoneUnchanged
LanguageUnchanged
Screen color1
Feature guideEnable
Copyright informationUnchanged
Eye-Fi transmissionDisable
Wi-Fi/NFCDisable
Wi-Fi functionUnchanged
My Menu settingsUnchanged
Display from My MenuDisable
Live View Shooting SettingsLive View shootingEnable
AF methodFlexiZone - Single
Grid displayHide
Aspect ratio3:2
Metering timer8 sec.
Movie Shooting SettingsMovie shooting modeAuto
AF methodFlexiZone - Single
AF w/shutter button during movie recordingDisable
Shutter/AE lock buttonAF/AE lock
Highlight tone priorityDisable
Movie recording size1920x1080
Sound recordingAuto
Metering timer8 sec.
Grid displayHide
Video systemUnchanged
Exposure compensationCanceled
Auto Lighting OptimizerStandard
Custom White BalanceCanceled
Picture StyleAuto
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