Camera User Guide
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• Make sure you read this guide before using the camera.
• Store this guide safely so that you can use it in the future.
Checking the Package Contents
Check if the following items are included in your camera package. If anything
is missing, contact the retailer from which you purchased the camera.
Camera
Interface Cable
IFC-400PCU
Getting Started
Battery Pack NB-6L
(with Terminal Cover)
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Stereo AV Cable
AVC-DC400ST
DIGITAL CAMERA
Solution Disk
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Using the PDF Manuals
Battery Charger
CB-2LY/CB-2LYE
Warranty
Card
Wrist Strap
WS-DC7
“Canon Customer
Support” Leaflet
Also refer to the PDF manuals on the CD-ROM. After installation, shortcut icons
appear on the desktop. If the software installation fails, you can find the manuals in
the Readme folder on the CD-ROM.
• Camera User Guide (This Guide)
Once you have mastered the basics, use the camera’s many features to shoot
more challenging photos.
• Personal Printing Guide
Read when you want to connect the camera to a printer (sold
separately) and print.
• Software Guide
Read when you want to use the included software.
• A memory card is not included.
• Adobe Reader is required to view the PDF manuals.
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Read This First
Test Shots and Disclaimer
Take some initial test shots and play them back to make sure the images
were recorded correctly. Please note that Canon Inc., its subsidiaries and
affiliates, and its distributors are not liable for any consequential damages
arising from any malfunction of a camera or accessory, including memory
cards, that results in the failure of an image to be recorded or to be recorded
in a way that is machine readable.
Warning Against Copyright Infringement
The images recorded with this camera are intended for personal use. Do not
record images that infringe upon copyright laws without the prior permission
of the copyright holder. Please be advised that in certain cases the copying
of images from performances, exhibitions, or commercial properties by
means of a camera or other device may contravene copyright or other legal
rights even if the image was shot for personal use.
Warranty Limitations
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This camera’s warranty is only effective in the country of sale. If there is a
problem with the camera while abroad, please return it to the country of sale
before proceeding with a warranty claim to a Canon Customer Support Help
Desk. For Canon Customer Support contacts, please see the customer
support list supplied with your camera.
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• The LCD monitor is made from reinforced glass, but it may break if
subjected to severe impacts. Please read the Safety Precautions (p. 9)
carefully. In case the glass breaks, exercise adequate caution so as not to
injure yourself on any broken fragments.
• The LCD monitor is produced with extremely high-precision manufacturing
techniques. More than 99.99% of the pixels operate to specification, but
occasionally non-performing pixels may appear as bright or dark dots. This
is not a malfunction. and has no effect on the recorded image.
• The LCD monitor may be covered with a thin plastic film for protection against
scratches during shipment. If so, remove the film before using the camera.
Camera Body Temperature
Please take care when operating the camera for an extended period as the
camera body may become warm. This is not a malfunction.
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What Do You Want to Do?
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Shoot
● Shoot, leaving it to the camera to make settings .........................24
● Shoot to match special conditions........................................54 – 56
Take good people shots
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Portraits
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(p. 54)
Kids and pets
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At the beach
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Against snow
(p. 56)
Shoot various other scenes
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Indoors
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Low light
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Fireworks
(p. 56)
● Focus on faces.....................................................24, 59, 60, 61, 84
● Shoot in places where I cannot use the flash
(turn off the flash) .........................................................................64
● Take pictures with me in them too (self-timer).......60, 61, 68, 79, 80
● Insert the date and time into my shots .........................................67
● Take sepia toned or black and white pictures ..............................78
● Add effects and shoot (Fish-eye Effect, Miniature Effect) ......57, 58
● Change the size of picture I want to take (recording pixels) ........73
● Take pictures continuously.....................................................63, 77
● Change the ISO speed.................................................................75
● Maintain the focus on moving subjects (Servo AF)......................86
● Make dark subjects appear brighter (i-Contrast)..........................92
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What Do You Want to Do?
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● Look at my pictures ......................................................................27
● Automatically play back pictures (slideshow).............................111
● Look at my pictures on a TV ..............................................115, 116
● Look at my pictures on a computer ..............................................33
● Quickly search pictures ......................................................108, 109
● Erase pictures ......................................................................28, 121
● Protect pictures from accidental erasure....................................118
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● Shoot movies ...............................................................................29
● View movies .........................................................................31, 104
● Shoot fast moving subjects and play them back in slow motion ...101
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Print Images
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● Easily print pictures ....................................................................134
Save
● Save images to a computer .........................................................33
Other
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● Turn off sounds ............................................................................48
● Use the camera abroad........................................................15, 146
● Understand what is displayed on the screen. ............................162
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Table of Contents
Chapters 1 – 3 explain the basic operations and frequently used functions of
this camera. Chapters 4 onward explain the advanced functions, letting you
learn more as you read each chapter.
Checking the Package Contents .......2
Read This First ..................................3
What Do You Want to Do? ................4
Conventions Used in This Guide .......8
Safety Precautions.............................9
1. Getting Started
........................................... 13
Charging the Battery........................14
Compatible Memory Cards
(Sold Separately).........................16
Inserting the Battery
and Memory Card........................16
Setting the Date and Time ...............19
Setting the Display Language..........21
Formatting Memory Cards ...............22
Pressing the Shutter Button.............23
Taking Pictures (Smart Auto)...........24
Viewing Images ...............................27
Erasing Images................................28
Shooting Movies ..............................29
Viewing Movies................................31
Transferring Images to
a Computer for Viewing...............33
Accessories .....................................37
Separately Sold Accessories ...........38
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3. Shooting in Special Conditions and
Commonly Used Functions ...... 53
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2. Learning More
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Components Guide..........................42
Screen Display.................................44
Indicator ...........................................45
FUNC. Menu – Basic Operations ....46
MENU – Basic Operations...............47
Changing the Sound Settings ..........48
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Changing the Screen Brightness .... 49
Returning the Camera to Default
Settings....................................... 50
Low Level Memory Card
Formatting................................... 51
Power Saving Function
(Auto Power Down)..................... 52
Clock Functions............................... 52
Shooting in Various Conditions ....... 54
Adding Effects and Shooting........... 57
Detecting a Smile and Shooting...... 59
Using the Wink Self-Timer .............. 60
Using the Face Self-Timer .............. 61
High-Speed Continuous Shooting
(High-speed Burst)...................... 63
Turning the Flash Off ...................... 64
Zooming in More Closely on Subjects
(Digital Zoom) ............................. 65
Inserting the Date and Time............ 67
Using the Self-Timer ....................... 68
4. Choosing Settings
Yourself ............................. 69
Shooting in Program AE.................. 70
Adjusting the Brightness
(Exposure Compensation) .......... 71
Turning the Flash On ...................... 71
Changing the Focus Range
(Macro/Infinity) ............................. 72
Changing the Recording Pixel
Setting (Image Size) ................... 73
Changing the Compression Ratio
(Image Quality) ........................... 73
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Changing the ISO Speed ................ 75
Adjusting the White Balance ........... 76
Continuous Shooting....................... 77
Changing the Tone of
an Image (My Colors) ................. 78
Shooting Using
the Two Second Self-Timer ........ 79
Customizing the Self-Timer............. 80
Shooting Using a TV ....................... 81
Changing the Composition
with the Focus Lock.................... 81
5. Getting More Out of
Your Camera......................83
7. Using Various Playback and
Editing Functions .............107
Quickly Searching Images............. 108
Viewing Images in Filtered
Playback ................................... 109
Viewing Slideshows....................... 111
Checking the Focus....................... 113
Magnifying Images ........................ 114
Changing Image Transitions ......... 114
Viewing Images on a TV ............... 115
Viewing Images
on a High-Definition TV............. 116
Displaying Various Images
(Smart Shuffle).......................... 117
Protecting Images ......................... 118
Erasing Images ............................. 121
Organizing Images by Category
(My Category) ........................... 123
Tagging Images as Favorites ........ 125
Rotating Images ............................ 127
Resizing Images............................ 128
Trimming ....................................... 129
Adding Effects
with the My Colors Function...... 130
Correcting the Brightness
(i-Contrast) ................................ 131
Correcting the Red-Eye Effect....... 132
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Changing the AF Frame Mode........ 84
Magnifying the Focal Point.............. 85
Shooting with the AF Lock .............. 86
Shooting with Servo AF .................. 86
Changing the Metering Method....... 87
Shooting with the AE Lock .............. 88
Shooting with the FE Lock .............. 88
Shooting with Slow Synchro ........... 89
Setting the Shutter Speed............... 90
Setting the Aperture Value.............. 91
Correcting the Brightness
and Shooting (i-Contrast) ........... 92
Red-Eye Correction ........................ 93
Checking for Shut Eyes .................. 94
Changing the Color and Shooting... 95
Shooting Stitch Assist Images ........ 98
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Other Shooting Functions.............. 104
Playback Functions ....................... 104
Editing ........................................... 105
6. Using Various Functions for
Shooting Movies ...............99
Changing the Movie Mode ............ 100
Shooting Super Slow
Motion Movies .......................... 101
Changing the Image Quality ......... 102
AE Lock/Exposure Shift ................ 103
8. Printing
..........................................133
Printing Images ............................. 134
Printing from the Print List
(DPOF)...................................... 136
Choosing Images for Printing
(DPOF)...................................... 138
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Conventions Used in This Guide
9. Customizing
Camera Settings............. 141
Changing Camera Settings............142
Changing Shooting Function
Settings .....................................148
Changing Playback Function
Settings .....................................152
10.Useful Information
......................................... 153
Using Household Power ................154
Using an Eye-Fi Card.................... 155
Troubleshooting ............................ 157
List of Messages That Appear
on the Screen ........................... 160
Information Displayed
on the Screen ........................... 162
Functions Available
in Each Shooting Mode............. 164
Menus ........................................... 166
Handling Precautions .................... 170
Specifications ................................ 171
Index ............................................. 174
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Conventions Used in This Guide
• Icons are used in the text to represent the camera buttons and control dial.
• Language that displays on the screen appears inside [ ] (square brackets).
• The directional buttons, control dial, and FUNC./SET button are
represented by the following icons.
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(Up button)
(FUNC./SET button)
(Right button)
(Left button)
(Down button)
– (Control dial)
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: Things you should be careful about.
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: Troubleshooting tips.
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: Hints for getting more out of your camera.
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: Supplemental information.
• (p. xx): Reference pages. “xx” stands for a page number.
• This guide assumes all functions are at their default settings.
• The various types of memory cards that can be used in this camera are
collectively referred to as memory cards in this guide.
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Safety Precautions
• Before using the camera, please ensure that you read the safety precautions
described below. Always ensure that the camera is operated correctly.
• The safety precautions noted on the following pages are intended to prevent injuries
to yourself and other persons, or damage to the equipment.
• Be sure to also check the guides included with any separately sold accessories you use.
Warning
Denotes the possibility of serious injury or death.
Caution
Denotes the possibility of injury.
Caution
Denotes the possibility of damage to the equipment.
Warning
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• Do not trigger the flash in close proximity to people’s eyes.
The above could damage your eyesight. In particular, remain at least one meter (39
inches) away from infants when using the flash.
• Store this equipment out of the reach of children and infants.
Strap: Putting the strap around a child’s neck could result in asphyxiation.
Memory card: Dangerous if swallowed. If this occurs, contact a doctor immediately.
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• Do not attempt to disassemble or alter any part of the equipment unless
expressly indicated to do so in this guide.
• To avoid the risk of injury, do not touch the interior of the camera if it has been
dropped or otherwise damaged.
• Stop operating the camera immediately if it emits smoke, a strange smell, or
otherwise behaves abnormally.
• Do not use organic solvents such as alcohol, benzine, or thinner to clean the equipment.
• Do not allow liquids or foreign objects to enter the camera.
The above could result in fire or electrical shock.
If liquid or foreign objects come into contact with the camera interior, immediately turn
the camera power off and remove the battery.
• Use only recommended power sources.
Using other power sources could result in fire or electrical shock.
Battery and Battery Charger
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Use only recommended batteries.
Do not place the battery near or in direct flame.
Do not let the battery come into contact with water (e.g. sea water) or other liquids.
Do not attempt to disassemble, alter or apply heat to the battery.
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Safety Precautions
• Avoid dropping or subjecting the battery to severe impacts.
The above may cause explosions or leaks, resulting in fire, injury and damage to the
surroundings. In the event that a battery leaks and the eyes, mouth, skin or clothing
contacts these substances, immediately flush with water and seek medical assistance.
If the battery charger becomes wet, unplug it from the outlet and consult your camera
distributor or the closest Canon Customer Support Help Desk.
• Use only the specified battery charger to charge the battery.
• Unplug the power cord periodically and wipe away any dust and dirt that has
collected on the plug, the exterior of the power outlet, and the surrounding area.
• Do not handle the power cord with wet hands.
• Do not use the equipment in a manner that exceeds the rated capacity of the
electrical outlet or wiring accessories. Do not use if the power cord or plug are
damaged, or not fully plugged into the outlet.
• Do not allow dirt or metal objects (such as pins or keys) to contact the charger
terminals or plug.
The above could result in fire or electrical shock.
Other Warnings
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• Do not play the supplied CD-ROM(s) in any CD player that does not support data CD-ROMs.
It is possible to suffer hearing loss from listening with headphones to the loud sounds
of a CD-ROM played on a music CD player. Additionally, playing the CD-ROM(s) in an
audio CD player (music player) could damage the speakers.
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Caution
• Be careful not to bang the camera or subject it to strong impacts or shocks when
hanging it by the strap.
• Be careful not to bump or push strongly on the lens.
This could damage the camera or lead to injury.
• Avoid using, placing or storing the camera in the following places.
- Places subject to strong sunlight.
- Places subject to temperatures above 40 °C (104 °F).
- Humid or dusty areas.
These could cause leakage, overheating or an explosion of the battery, resulting in electrical
shock, fire, burns or other injuries. High temperatures may also cause deformation of the
casing.
• The slideshow transition effects may cause discomfort when viewed for
prolonged periods.
• When using the flash, be careful not to cover it with your fingers or clothing.
This could result in burns or damage to the flash.
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Safety Precautions
Caution
• Do not aim the camera at bright light sources (the sun, etc.).
Doing so may cause malfunctions or damage the image sensor.
• When using the camera on a beach or at a windy location, be careful not to allow
dust or sand to enter the camera.
This may cause the camera to malfunction.
• In regular use, small amounts of smoke may be emitted from the flash.
This is due to the high intensity of the flash burning dust and foreign materials stuck to
the front of the unit. Please use a cotton swab to remove dirt, dust or other foreign
matter from the flash to prevent heat build-up and damage to the unit.
• Unplug the battery charger from the power outlet after recharging is complete,
or when you are not using it.
• Do not place anything, such as cloth on top of the battery charger while it is
charging.
Leaving the unit plugged in for a long period of time may cause it to overheat and
distort, resulting in fire.
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If the battery is left inside the camera, damage caused by leakage may occur.
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• Before you discard battery, cover the terminals with tape or other insulators.
Contacting other metal materials in waste containers may lead to fire or explosions.
• Do not place the battery near pets.
Pets biting the battery could cause leakage, overheating or explosion, resulting in fire
or injuries.
• Do not sit down with the camera in your pocket.
Doing so may cause malfunctions or damage the screen.
• When putting the camera in your bag, ensure that hard objects do not come into
contact with the screen.
• Do not attach accessories to the strap.
Doing so may cause malfunctions or damage the screen.
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Getting Started
This chapter explains preparations before shooting, how to shoot in
A mode, and then how to view and erase the images you take. The
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how to transfer images to a computer.
Attaching the Strap/Holding the Camera
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• Be sure to attach the supplied strap to the camera and wrap it around your
wrist when shooting to avoid dropping the camera.
• Keep your arms tight against your body while holding the camera firmly by
the sides. Be sure that your fingers do not block the flash.
Strap
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Charging the Battery
Use the included charger to charge the battery. Be sure to charge the battery
as it is not charged at the time of purchase.
Remove the cover.
Insert the battery.
∆ Align the o marks on the battery and
charger, then insert the battery by sliding it
in
and down
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Charge the battery.
∆ For CB-2LY: Flip out the plug
and plug
the charger into a power outlet
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∆ For CB-2LYE: Plug the power cord into
the charger, then plug the other end into a
power outlet.
The charge lamp lights red and charging
starts.
The charge lamp will light green when
charging has finished. Charging takes
approx. 1 hour and 55 minutes.
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CB-2LY
CB-2LYE
Remove the battery.
∆ Unplug the battery charger from the power
outlet, then remove the battery by sliding it
in
and up
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To protect the battery and prolong its life, do not charge it for longer than
24 hours continuously.
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Charging the Battery
Approximate Number of Shots That Can Be Taken
Number of Shots
250
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Playback Time (Hours)
• The number of shots that can be taken is based on the Camera & Imaging Products
Association (CIPA) measurement standard.
• Under some shooting conditions, the number of shots that can be taken may be less
than mentioned above.
Battery Charge Indicator
An icon or message will appear on the screen indicating the battery’s charge state.
Display
Summary
Sufficient charge.
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Slightly depleted, but sufficient.
(Blinking red)
“Change the battery pack.”
Nearly depleted. Charge the battery.
Depleted. Recharge the battery.
Using the battery and charger effectively
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• Charge the battery on the day, or the day before, it will be used.
Charged batteries continue to discharge naturally even if they are not used.
Attach the cover to a charged battery
so that the o mark is visible.
• How to store the battery for long periods:
Deplete and remove the battery from the camera. Attach the terminal cover and
store the battery. Storing a battery for long periods of time (about a year) without
depleting it may shorten its life span or affect its performance.
• The battery charger can also be used when abroad.
The charger can be used in regions that have 100 – 240 V (50/60 Hz) AC power.
If the plug does not fit the outlet, use a commercially available plug adapter. Do
not use electrical transformers for foreign travel as they will cause damage.
• The battery may develop a bulge.
This is a normal characteristic of the battery and does not indicate a problem.
However, if the battery bulges to the point where it will no longer fit into the
camera, please contact a Canon Customer Support Help Desk.
• If the battery is quickly depleted even after charging, it has reached the
end of its life span.
Purchase a new battery.
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Compatible Memory Cards (Sold Separately)
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SD memory cards (2 GB and less)*
SDHC memory cards (more than 2 GB, up to and including 32 GB)*
SDXC memory cards (more than 32 GB)*
MultiMediaCards
MMCplus memory cards
HC MMCplus memory cards
Eye-Fi Cards
* This memory card complies with the SD standards. Some cards may not operate
properly depending on the brand of card used.
Depending on your computer’s OS version, SDXC memory cards may not
be recognized when using a commercially available card reader. Check to
make sure that your OS supports this function beforehand.
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About Eye-Fi Cards
This product is not guaranteed to support Eye-Fi card functions (including
wireless transfer). In case of an issue with an Eye-Fi card, please check with
the card manufacturer.
Also note that an approval is required to use Eye-Fi cards in many countries
or regions. Without approval, use of the card is not permitted. If it is unclear
whether the card has been approved for use in the area, please check with
the card manufacturer.
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Inserting the Battery and Memory Card
Insert the included battery and a memory card (sold separately).
Check the card’s write-protect tab.
∆ If the memory card has a write-protect tab,
you will not be able to record images if the
tab is in the locked position. Slide the tab
up until you hear a click.
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Inserting the Battery and Memory Card
Open the cover.
∆ Slide the cover
and open it
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Insert the battery.
∆ Insert the battery as shown until it locks into
place with a click.
∆ Be sure to insert the battery in the correct
direction or it will not properly lock into
place.
Terminals
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∆ Insert the memory card as shown until it
locks into place with a click.
∆ Be sure the memory card is oriented
correctly. Inserting the memory card in the
wrong direction could damage the camera.
Terminals
Close the cover.
∆ Close the cover
, and press downward
as you slide it until it clicks into place
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What if [Memory card locked] appears on the screen?
SD, SDHC and SDXC memory cards have a write-protect tab. If this tab is in the
locked position, [Memory card locked] will appear on the screen and you will not
be able to take or erase images.
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Inserting the Battery and Memory Card
Removing the Battery and Memory Card
Remove the battery.
∆ Open the cover and press the battery lock
in the direction of the arrow.
The battery will pop up.
Remove the memory card.
∆ Push the memory card in until you hear a
click, then slowly release it.
The memory card will pop up.
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Approximate Number of Shots per Memory Card
Memory Card
Number of Shots
4 GB
16 GB
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6026
• Values are based on the default settings.
• The number of shots that can be taken will vary depending on camera settings, the
subject and the memory card used.
Can you check the number of shots that can be taken?
You can check the number of shots that can be taken when the camera is in a
Shooting mode (p. 24).
Number of shots that can be taken
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Setting the Date and Time
The Date/Time settings screen will appear the first time the camera is turned
on. Since the dates and times recorded into your images are based on these
settings, be sure to set them.
Turn on the camera.
∆ Press the power button.
The Date/Time screen will appear.
Set the date and time.
∆ Press the qr buttons to choose an option.
∆ Press the op buttons or turn the – dial
to set a value.
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Complete the setting.
∆ Press the m button.
Once the date and time have been set, the
Date/Time screen will close.
∆ Pressing the power button will turn off the
camera.
Reappearing Date/Time screen
Set the correct date and time. If you have not set the date and time, the Date/Time
screen will appear each time you turn on the camera.
Daylight saving time settings
If you choose
in Step 2 and press the op buttons or turn the – dial to
choose
, you will set the time to daylight saving (1 hour ahead).
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Setting the Date and Time
Changing the Date and Time
You can change the current date and time settings.
Display the menu.
∆ Press the n button.
Choose [Date/Time] in the 3 tab.
∆ Press the qr buttons to choose the 3
tab.
∆ Press the op buttons or turn the – dial
to choose [Date/Time], then press the m
button.
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Change the date and time.
∆ Follow Steps 2 and 3 on p. 19 to adjust the
setting.
∆ Pressing the n button will close the
menu.
Date/Time battery
• The camera has a built-in date/time battery (backup battery) that allows the
date/time settings to be retained for about three weeks after the battery pack
has been removed.
• By inserting a charged battery or connecting an AC adapter kit (sold separately,
p. 38) the date/time battery can be charged in about 4 hours even if the camera
is not turned on.
• If the date/time battery is depleted, the Date/Time menu will appear when you turn
the camera on. Follow the steps on p. 19 to set the date and time.
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Setting the Display Language
You can change the language that displays on the screen.
Enter Playback mode.
∆ Press the 1 button.
Display the settings screen.
∆ Press and hold the m button, then
immediately press the n button.
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Set the display language.
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∆ Press the opqr buttons or turn the –
dial to choose a language, then press the
m button.
Once the display language has been set,
the settings screen will close.
What if the clock appears when the m button is pressed?
The clock will appear if too much time passes between pressing the m button
and the n button in Step 2. If the clock appears, press the m button to
remove the clock and repeat Step 2.
You can also change the display language by pressing the n button,
choosing the 3 tab, and choosing the [Language] menu item.
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Formatting Memory Cards
Before you use a new memory card or one that has been formatted in other
devices, you should format the card with this camera.
Formatting (initializing) a memory card erases all data on the memory card.
As you cannot retrieve the erased data, exercise adequate caution before
formatting the memory card.
Before formatting an Eye-Fi card, be sure to install the software contained on
the card to a computer.
Display the menu.
∆ Press the n button.
Choose [Format].
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∆ Press the qr buttons to choose the 3
tab.
∆ Press the op buttons or turn the – dial
to choose [Format], then press the m
button.
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Format the memory card.
∆ Press the qr buttons or turn the – dial to
choose [OK] and press the m button.
A confirmation screen will appear.
∆ Press the op buttons or turn the – dial
to choose [OK], then press the m button.
The memory card will be formatted.
When formatting ends, [Memory card
formatting complete] will appear on the
screen.
∆ Press the m button.
Formatting or erasing data on a memory card merely changes the file
management information on the card and does not ensure its contents are
completely erased. Be careful when transferring or disposing of a memory
card. When disposing of a memory card, take precautions such as
physically destroying the card to prevent personal information leaks.
The total capacity of the memory card displayed in the formatting screen
may be less than indicated on the memory card.
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Pressing the Shutter Button
To take images that are in focus, be sure to first press the shutter button
lightly (halfway) to focus, then press fully to shoot.
Press halfway (lightly to focus).
∆ Press lightly until the camera beeps twice
and AF frames appear where the camera
focused.
Press fully (all the way to shoot).
The camera plays the shutter sound and
takes the shot.
∆ Since the shot is being taken while the
shutter sound plays, be careful not to move
the camera.
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Does the length of the shutter sound change?
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• Since the time required to shoot differs according to the scene you want to take,
the length of the shutter sound may change.
• If the camera or subject moves while the shutter sound is playing, the recorded
image may be blurry.
If you shoot without pressing the shutter button halfway, the image may not
be in focus.
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Taking Pictures (Smart Auto)
Since the camera can determine the subject and shooting conditions, you can
let it automatically select the best settings for the scene and just shoot. The
camera can also detect and focus on faces, setting the color and brightness
to optimal levels.
Turn on the camera.
∆ Press the power button.
The start-up screen will appear.
Choose A mode.
∆ Set the mode switch to A.
∆ When you point the camera toward the
subject, the camera will make a slight
noise as it determines the scene.
The icon for the determined scene will
appear in the upper right of the screen.
The camera will focus on detected faces
and display frames on them.
Black bars will appear on the left and right
sides of the screen. There areas cannot be
recorded when shooting.
C
Y
P
O
Compose the shot.
Zoom bar
∆ Moving the zoom lever toward i will
zoom in on your subject, making it appear
larger. Moving the lever toward j will
zoom out from your subject, making it
appear smaller (the zoom bar will appear).
Focus.
∆ Press the shutter button halfway to focus.
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Taking Pictures (Smart Auto)
When the camera focuses, it will beep
twice and AF frames will appear where the
camera focused.
Several AF frames will appear when the
camera focuses on more than one point.
AF Frames
Shoot.
∆ Press the shutter button fully to shoot.
The camera will play the shutter sound and
shoot.
The image will appear on the screen for
about two seconds.
∆ You can take a second picture even while
an image is displayed by pressing the
shutter button again.
Scene Icons
Y
P
O
The camera displays an icon for the scene it has determined and then automatically
focuses and selects the optimum settings for subject brightness and color.
Background
Subject
People
C
Bright
Including Blue Skies
Sunsets
Backlit
Backlit
Dark
When Using Tripod
*
—
When
Moving
—
—
—
*
Non-Human Subjects/
Landscapes
Close Subjects
Icon Background
Color
—
Gray
Light Blue
Orange
—
Dark Blue
* Appears when the scene is dark and the camera is attached to a tripod.
Under certain conditions, the icon that appears may not match the actual
scene. Especially when there is an orange or blue colored background (a
wall for example),
or the “Including Blue Skies” icons may appear and
it may not be possible to shoot with the appropriate color. If this happens,
try shooting in G mode (p. 70).
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Taking Pictures (Smart Auto)
What if...
• What if white and gray frames appear when you point the camera toward
a subject?
When faces are detected, a white frame appears on the face of the main
subject, while gray frames appear on other detected faces. The frames will
follow the subjects within a certain range. If the main subject moves, however,
the gray frames will disappear.
• What if a blue frame appears when the shutter button is pressed halfway?
A blue frame appears when a moving subject is detected; the focus and
exposure will continuously adjust (Servo AF).
• What if the indicator blinks orange and
blinks on the screen?
Attach the camera to a tripod so that the camera does not move and blur the
image.
• What if the camera does not play any sounds?
Pressing the n button while turning on the camera power will turn off all
sounds except for warning sounds. To turn the sounds on, press the n
button, choose the 3 tab, and then choose [Mute]. Press the qr buttons to
choose [Off].
• What if the image comes out dark even if the flash fired when shooting?
The subject is too far away for the flash to reach. Move the zoom lever toward
j and hold it until the lens stops moving. The camera will be at its maximum
wide angle setting and you can shoot within the effective flash range of
approximately 30 cm – 6.0 m (12 in. – 20 ft.).
Move the zoom lever toward i and hold it until the lens stops moving. The
camera will be at its maximum telephoto setting and you can shoot within the
effective flash range of approximately 50 cm – 2.0 m (1.6 – 6.6 ft.).
• What if the camera beeps once when the shutter button is pressed halfway?
Your subject may be too close. Move the zoom lever toward j and hold it until
the lens stops moving. The camera will be at its maximum wide angle setting
and you will be able to focus on subjects that are about 3 cm (1.2 in.) or more
away from the end of the lens. Move the zoom lever toward i and hold it until
the lens stops moving. The camera will be at its maximum telephoto setting and
you will be able to focus on subjects that are about 30 cm (12 in.) or more away
from the end of the lens.
• What if the lamp lights when the shutter button is pressed halfway?
To reduce red-eye and to assist in focusing, the lamp may light when shooting
in dark areas.
• What if the h icon blinks when you try to shoot?
The flash is charging. You can shoot when recharging ends.
• What if
appears when the shutter button is pressed halfway?
appears when you press the shutter button halfway in extremely bright
shooting conditions, and the camera will automatically adjust settings for the
appropriate brightness.
C
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Y
P
O
Viewing Images
You can view the images you have taken on the screen.
Enter Playback mode.
∆ Press the 1 button.
The last image you took will appear.
Choose an image.
C
∆ Pressing q or turning the – dial
counterclockwise will cycle through the
images in the reverse order they were
taken, from the newest image to the oldest.
∆ Pressing r or turning the – dial
clockwise will cycle through images in the
order they were taken, from oldest to
newest.
∆ The images change more quickly if you
keep the qr buttons pressed.
∆ The lens will retract after approximately 1
minute elapses.
∆ When the lens is retracted, pressing the 1
button once more will turn off the power.
Y
P
O
Switching to Shooting mode
Pressing the shutter button halfway while in Playback mode switches the camera
to Shooting mode.
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Erasing Images
You can choose and erase images one at a time. Please note that erased
images cannot be recovered. Exercise adequate caution before erasing an
image.
Enter Playback mode.
∆ Press the 1 button.
The last image you took will appear.
Choose an image to erase.
∆ Press the qr buttons or turn the – dial to
choose an image.
C
Y
P
O
Erasing Images.
∆ After pressing the m button, press the
op buttons or turn the – dial to choose
a, then press the m button.
[Erase?] appears.
∆ Press the qr buttons or turn the – dial to
choose [Erase], then press the m button.
The displayed image will be erased.
∆ To exit instead of erasing, press the qr
buttons or turn the – dial to choose
[Cancel], then press the m button.
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Shooting Movies
The camera can automatically select all settings so that you can shoot movies
just by pressing the shutter button. The audio will record in stereo.
If you continue shooting for a long time, the camera may become warm. This
is not a malfunction.
Enter E mode.
∆ Set the mode switch to E.
∆ After pressing the m button, press the
op buttons or turn the – dial to choose
E, then press the m button.
∆ Press the op buttons or turn the – dial
to choose E, then press the m button.
Shooting Time
C
Y
P
O
Compose the shot.
∆ Moving the zoom lever toward i will
zoom in on your subject, making it appear
larger. Moving the lever toward j will
zoom out from your subject, making it
appear smaller.
Focus.
∆ Press the shutter button halfway to focus.
When the camera focuses, it will beep
twice.
Shoot.
∆ Press the shutter button fully.
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Shooting Movies
Elapsed Time
Microphones
Recording will start, and [ Rec] and the
elapsed time will appear on the screen.
∆ Once shooting begins, take your finger off
the shutter button.
∆ If you change the composition of your shot
during shooting, the focus, brightness and
tone will automatically adjust.
∆ You can also zoom in and out with the
zoom lever during shooting.
∆ Do not touch the microphone while
shooting.
∆ Operation sounds, other than pressing the
shutter button, will be recorded in the
movie.
Y
P
O
Finish shooting.
∆ Press the shutter button fully again.
The camera will beep once and stop
shooting the movie.
The movie will record to the memory card.
Shooting will automatically stop when the
memory card fills.
C
Estimated Shooting Times
Memory Card
4 GB
16 GB
20 min. 43 sec.
1 hr. 24 min. 54 sec.
Shooting Time
• Shooting times are based on default settings.
• Maximum clip length is approx. 10 minutes.
• Recording may stop even if the maximum clip length has not been reached on some
memory cards. SD Speed Class 4 or higher memory cards are recommended.
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Viewing Movies
You can view the movies you have shot on the screen.
Enter Playback mode.
∆ Press the 1 button.
The last image you took will appear.
appears on movies.
Choose a movie.
∆ Press the qr buttons or turn the – dial to
choose a movie, then press the m button.
C
Movie Control Panel
Y
P
O
Play the movie.
∆ Press the op buttons or turn the – dial
to choose
(Play Movie), then press the
m button.
The movie will play.
∆ If you press the m button again the movie
will pause, and the movie control panel will
appear. Press the qr buttons or turn the
– dial to choose
(Play), then press the
m button to resume playback.
∆ Press the op buttons to adjust the
volume.
After the movie finishes,
appears.
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Viewing Movies
What if you can’t play back movies on a computer?
• Install the included software (p. 34).
• When watching a movie on a computer, frames may drop, it may not play
smoothly, and the audio may stop suddenly depending on the computer’s
capabilities.
• If you use the supplied software to copy the movie back onto the memory card,
you can play back the movie smoothly with the camera. For enhanced playback
you can also connect the camera to a TV.
C
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Y
P
O
Transferring Images to a Computer for Viewing
You can use the included software to transfer images you have shot with the
camera to a computer for viewing.
If you are already using ZoomBrowser EX/ImageBrowser, install the software
from the included CD-ROM, overwriting your current installation.
System Requirements
Windows
OS
Computer model
Windows 7
Windows Vista (including Service Pack 1 and 2)
Windows XP Service Pack 2, Service Pack 3
The above OS should be pre-installed on computers with built-in
USB ports.
Y
P
O
RAM
Viewing images: Pentium 1.3 GHz or higher
Viewing movies: Core2 Duo 1.66 GHz or higher
Windows 7 (64 bit): 2 GB or more
Windows 7 (32 bit), Windows Vista: 1 GB or more
Windows XP: 512 MB or more (still images), 1 GB or more
(movies)
Interface
Free Hard Disk
Space
USB
ZoomBrowser EX: 200 MB or more*
PhotoStitch: 40 MB or more
Display
1,024 x 768 pixels or higher
CPU
C
* For Windows XP, Microsoft .NET Framework 3.0 or later (max. 500 MB) must be
installed. Installation may take some time depending on your computer’s capabilities.
Macintosh
OS
Computer model
Mac OS X (v10.4 – v10.6)
The above OS should be pre-installed on computers with built-in
USB ports.
CPU
Viewing images: PowerPC G4/G5 or Intel Processor
Viewing movies: Core Duo 1.66 GHz or higher
RAM
Mac OS X (v10.4 – v10.5): 512 MB or more (still images), 1 GB or
more (movies)
Mac OS X (v10.6): 1 GB or more
Interface
Free Hard Disk
Space
USB
ImageBrowser: 300 MB or more
PhotoStitch: 50 MB or more
Display
1,024 x 768 pixels or higher
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Transferring Images to a Computer for Viewing
Preparations
Windows Vista and Mac OS X (v10.5) are used for these explanations.
Install the Software.
Windows
Place the CD in the computer’s CD-ROM
drive.
∆ Place the supplied CD-ROM (DIGITAL
CAMERA Solution Disk) (p. 2) into the
computer’s CD-ROM drive.
Y
P
O
Begin installation.
∆ Click [Easy Installation] and follow the onscreen instructions to proceed with the
installation.
∆ If the [User Account Control] window appears,
follow the on-screen instructions to proceed.
C
When the install finishes, click
[Restart] or [Finish].
Remove the CD-ROM.
∆ Remove the CD-ROM when your desktop
screen appears.
Macintosh
Place the CD in the computer’s
CD-ROM drive.
∆ Place the supplied CD-ROM (DIGITAL
CAMERA Solution Disk) (p. 2) into the
computer’s CD-ROM drive.
Begin installation.
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∆ Double-click the
on the CD.
∆ Click [Install], and follow the on-screen
instructions to proceed with the
installation.
Transferring Images to a Computer for Viewing
Connect the camera to the
computer.
∆ Turn off the camera.
∆ Open the cover, and insert the included
interface cable's (p. 2) smaller plug firmly
into the camera terminal in the direction
shown.
∆ Insert the interface cable’s larger plug into
the computer. For connection details, refer
to the user guide provided with the
computer.
Y
P
O
Turn on the camera.
∆ Press the 1 button to turn on the camera.
Open CameraWindow.
Windows
C
∆ Click [Downloads Images From Canon
Camera using Canon CameraWindow].
CameraWindow will appear.
∆ If CameraWindow does not appear, click
the [Start] menu and choose [All Programs],
followed by [Canon Utilities],
[CameraWindow] and [CameraWindow].
Macintosh
CameraWindow will appear when you
establish a connection between the
camera and computer.
∆ If CameraWindow does not appear, click
the CameraWindow icon on the Dock (the
bar which appears at the bottom of the
desktop).
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Transferring Images to a Computer for Viewing
For Windows 7, use the following steps to display CameraWindow.
• Click
on the task bar.
• In the screen that appears, click the
link to modify the program.
• Click [Downloads Images From Canon Camera using Canon
CameraWindow], then click [OK].
• Double click
.
Transfer and View Images
∆ Click [Import Images from Camera], and
then click [Import Untransferred Images].
All images not previously transferred will
transfer to the computer. Transferred
images will be sorted by date and saved in
separate folders in the Pictures folder.
∆ When [Image import complete.] appears,
click [OK]. Click [X] to close CameraWindow.
∆ Turn off the camera and unplug the cable.
∆ For details on how to view images using a
computer, refer to the Software Guide.
C
Y
P
O
You can transfer images without installing the included software by simply
connecting your camera to a computer. There are, however, the following
limitations.
• It may take a few minutes from when you connect the camera to the
computer until you can transfer images.
• Movies will not transfer correctly.
• Images shot in the vertical position may be transferred in the horizontal
position.
• Protection settings for images may be lost when transferred to a
computer.
• There may be problems transferring images or image information
correctly depending on the version of the operating system in use, the
file size, or the software in use.
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Accessories
Supplied with Camera
Wrist Strap
WS-DC7
DIGITAL CAMERA
Solution Disk
Battery Pack NB-6L
(with Terminal Cover)*
Battery Charger
CB-2LY/CB-2LYE*
Stereo AV Cable
AVC-DC400ST*
Interface Cable
IFC-400PCU*
Y
P
O
Memory Card
C
*Also available for purchase separately.
Card Reader
Windows/Macintosh
Canon-Brand PictBridge Compliant Printers
Compact Photo Printers
(SELPHY series)
Inkjet Printers
(PIXMA series)
TV/Video
HDMI Cable HTC-100
High-Definition TV
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Separately Sold Accessories
The following camera accessories are sold separately. Some accessories are
not sold in some regions, or may no longer be available.
Power Supplies
AC Adapter Kit ACK-DC40
This kit lets you power the camera using
household power. Recommended for powering
the camera for an extended period of time or
when connecting to a computer or printer.
Cannot be used to charge the battery inside the
camera.
Y
P
O
Battery Charger CB-2LY/CB-2LYE
An adapter for charging Battery Pack NB-6L.
Battery Pack NB-6L
Rechargeable lithium-ion battery.
CAUTION
C
RISK OF EXPLOSION IF BATTERY IS REPLACED BY AN INCORRECT TYPE.
DISPOSE OF USED BATTERIES ACCORDING TO LOCAL REGULATION.
Using Accessories Abroad
The battery charger and the AC adapter kit can be used in regions that have 100 –
240 V (50/60 Hz) AC power. If the plug does not fit the outlet, use a commercially
available plug adapter. Do not use electrical transformers for foreign travel as they
will cause damage.
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Separately Sold Accessories
Flash
High-Power Flash HF-DC1
This attachable supplementary flash can be
used to capture photographic subjects that are
too distant for the built-in flash to illuminate.
Other Accessories
HDMI Cable HTC-100
Use this cable to connect the camera to the
HDMI™ terminal on a high-definition TV set.
Printers
SELPHY series
C
Y
P
O
Canon-Brand PictBridge Compliant
Printers
By connecting your camera to a Canon-brand
PictBridge compliant printer, you can print your
images without having to use a computer.
For more information, visit your nearest Canon
retailer.
PIXMA series
Use of genuine Canon accessories is recommended.
This product is designed to achieve excellent performance when used with genuine
Canon accessories. Canon shall not be liable for any damage to this product and/or
accidents such as fire, etc., caused by the malfunction of non-genuine Canon
accessories (e.g., a leakage and/or explosion of a battery pack). Please note that this
warranty does not apply to repairs arising out of the malfunction of non-genuine Canon
accessories, although you may request such repairs on a chargeable basis.
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C
40
Y
P
O
2
Learning More
This chapter explains the parts of the camera and what appears on the
screen, as well as the basic operating instructions.
C
Y
P
O
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Components Guide
Lamp (pp. 59 – 61, 68,148)
Microphone (p. 30)
Lens
Zoom Lever
Shooting: i (Telephoto) / j (Wide
Angle) (pp. 24, 29, 65)
Playback: k (Magnify) / g (Index)
(pp. 108, 114)
Shutter Button (p. 23)
Mode Switch
C
Power Button (p. 19)
Mode Switch
Flash (pp. 64, 71, 89)
Speaker
Tripod Socket
DC Coupler Terminal Cover (p. 154)
Memory Card / Battery Cover (p. 17)
Strap Mount (p. 13)
Y
P
O
Use the mode switch to change the Shooting mode.
Movie Mode
For shooting movies (pp. 29, 99).
Auto Mode
You can leave it to the camera
to select settings (p. 24).
Shooting Mode
You can shoot with the best settings
for the scene (p. 54) or choose
settings yourself to take various
types of pictures (pp. 53, 69, 83).
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Components Guide
Screen (LCD Monitor)
(pp. 44, 162, 163)
Indicator (p. 45)
1 (Playback) Button (pp. 27, 31, 107)
HDMI Terminal (p. 116)
A/V OUT (Audio/Video Output) (p. 115)
/ DIGITAL Terminal (pp. 35, 134)
n Button (p. 47)
Control Dial
C
b Exposure Compensation (p. 71) /
o Button
e (Macro) (p. 72) / u (Infinity) (p. 72) /
q Button
Control Dial
m FUNC./SET (Function/Set) Button
(p. 46)
h (Flash) (pp. 64, 71, 89) / r Button
l (Display) Button (p. 44) / p Button
Y
P
O
Turning the control dial allows you to perform
operations such as choosing items or
switching images. Except for a few
operations, the same operations are possible
with the o, p, q, r buttons.
If you touch the control dial in shooting mode,
a button description appears on the screen.
When you switch to playback mode, hints
and tips will appear for a few seconds.
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Screen Display
Switching the Display
You can change the screen display using the p button. Refer to pp. 162 –163
for details on information that appears on the screen.
Shooting
Information Display
Playback
No Information
Display
C
No Information
Display
Y
P
O
Simple Information
Display
Detailed Information
Display
Focus Check
Display (p. 113)
You can also switch the display by pressing the p button while the image
displays shortly after shooting. However, Simple Information Display is not
available. You can change the display that appears first by pressing the
n button to choose the 4 tab, then setting [Review Info] (p. 149).
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Indicator
Screen Display in Dark Conditions during Shooting
The display automatically brightens when shooting in dark conditions,
allowing you to check the composition (Night Display function). However, the
brightness of the image on the screen, and the brightness of the actual image
recorded may be different. Screen noise may appear and the movement of
the subject may appear somewhat jagged on the screen. This has no effect
on the recorded image.
Overexposure Warning during Playback
In “Detailed Information Display” (p. 44), overexposed areas of the image
flash on the screen.
Histogram during Playback
High
Low
Dark
Bright
C
∆ The graph that appears in “Detailed
Information Display” (p. 44) is called the
histogram. The histogram shows the
distribution of brightness in an image
horizontally, and the amount of brightness
vertically. When the graph approaches the
right side, the image is bright, but when it
approaches the left side, the image is dark,
and in this way you can judge the exposure.
Y
P
O
Indicator
The Indicator on the back of the camera (p. 43) will light or blink depending
on the camera’s status.
Colors
Green
Orange
Status
Lights
Blinks
Lights
Blinks
Operation Status
Shooting preparation complete/Display off (p. 146)
Recording/reading/transmitting image data
Shooting preparation complete (flash on)
Camera shake warning (pp. 26, 64)
When the indicator blinks green, data is being recorded to/read from the
memory card or various information is being transmitted. Do not turn off the
power, open the memory card slot/battery cover, shake or jolt the camera.
These actions may corrupt the image data or cause the camera or memory
card to malfunction.
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FUNC. Menu – Basic Operations
Commonly used shooting functions can be set with the ø menu. The
menu items and options differ depending on the mode (p. 164). You can also
use the ø menu in Playback mode.
Display the ø menu.
∆ Press the m button.
Choose a menu item.
Available Options
Menu Items
∆ Press the op buttons or turn the – dial
to choose a menu item, then press the m
or r buttons.
∆ Choosing some menu items changes the
screen to display further menu options.
Y
P
O
Choose an option.
C
∆ Press the op buttons or turn the – dial
to choose an option.
∆ You can also choose settings by pressing
the n button on options that display
.
∆ To return to the menu items, press the q
button.
Complete the setting.
∆ Press the m button.
The shooting screen will reappear and the
setting you chose will appear on the screen.
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MENU – Basic Operations
Various functions can be set from the menus. The menu items are organized
under tabs, such as for shooting (4) and playback (1). The available menu
items differ depending on the mode (p. 166).
Display the menu.
∆ Press the n button.
Choose a tab.
∆ Press the qr buttons, or move the zoom
lever (p. 42) left or right to choose a tab.
Y
P
O
Choose a menu item.
C
∆ Press the op buttons or turn the – dial
to choose a menu item.
∆ Some items require you to press the m
button or r button to display a submenu in
which you change the setting.
Choose an option.
∆ Press the qr buttons to choose an option.
Complete the setting.
∆ Press the n button.
The normal screen will reappear.
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Changing the Sound Settings
You can silence or adjust the volume of camera sounds.
Muting Sounds
Display the menu.
∆ Press the n button.
Choose [Mute].
∆ Press the qr buttons to choose the 3 tab.
∆ Press the op buttons or turn the – dial
to choose [Mute], then press the qr
buttons to choose [On].
∆ Pressing the n button again will
restore the normal screen.
Y
P
O
Adjusting the Volume
Display the menu.
C
∆ Press the n button.
Choose [Volume].
∆ Press the qr buttons to choose the 3 tab.
∆ Press the op buttons or turn the – dial to
choose [Volume], then press the m button.
Change the volume.
∆ Press the op buttons or turn the – dial
to choose an item, then press the qr
buttons to adjust the volume.
∆ Pressing the n button twice will
restore the normal screen.
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Changing the Screen Brightness
The screen brightness can be changed in two ways.
Using the Menu
Display the menu.
∆ Press the n button.
Choose [LCD Brightness].
∆ Press the qr buttons to choose the 3 tab.
∆ Press the op buttons or turn the – dial
to choose [LCD Brightness].
Y
P
O
Change the brightness.
∆ Press the qr buttons to change the
brightness.
∆ Pressing the n button twice will
restore the normal screen.
C
Using the p Button
∆ Press the p button for more than one
second.
The screen increases to maximum
brightness regardless of the setting in the
3 tab.
∆ Pressing the p button again for more than
one second will return the screen to the
original brightness.
• The next time you turn on the camera, the screen will be at the
brightness setting chosen in the 3 tab.
• When you have set the brightness to its highest setting in the 3 tab, you
cannot change the brightness with the p button.
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Returning the Camera to Default Settings
When you have mistakenly changed a setting, you can reset the camera to the
default settings.
Display the menu.
∆ Press the n button.
Choose [Reset All].
∆ Press the qr buttons to choose the 3
tab.
∆ Press the op buttons or turn the – dial
to choose [Reset All], then press the m
button.
Y
P
O
Reset the settings.
∆ Press the qr buttons or turn the – dial to
choose [OK] and press the m button.
The camera will reset to the default
settings.
C
Are there functions that cannot be reset?
• The [Date/Time] (p. 19) in the 3 tab, [Language] (p. 21), [Video System]
(p. 168), [Time Zone] (p. 146), and the image registered in [Start-up Image]
(p. 143).
• The saved data for custom white balance (p. 76).
• Colors that were chosen in Color Accent (p. 95) or Color Swap (p. 96).
• Shooting modes set with the mode switch set to 4 or E (p. 54).
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Low Level Memory Card Formatting
Perform low level formatting when you think that the recording/reading speed
of a memory card has dropped. Performing a low-level format on (initializing)
a memory card erases all data on the memory card. As you cannot retrieve
the erased data, exercise adequate caution before performing a low-level
format on the memory card.
Display the menu.
∆ Press the n button.
Choose [Format].
∆ Press the qr buttons to choose the 3
tab.
∆ Press the op buttons or turn the –
dial to choose [Format], then press the m
button.
C
Y
P
O
Perform the low level format.
∆ Press the op buttons or turn the – dial
to choose [Low Level Format], then press
the qr buttons to display
.
∆ Press the opqr buttons or turn the –
dial to choose [OK], then press the m
button.
A confirmation screen will appear.
∆ Press the op buttons or turn the – dial
to choose [OK], then press the m button.
When low level formatting ends, [Memory
card formatting complete] will appear.
∆ Press the m button.
About low level formatting
When the [Memory card error] message appears, or when the camera does not
work correctly, low level formatting the memory card may solve the problem. Copy
the images from the memory card to a computer or other device before low level
formatting.
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Power Saving Function (Auto Power Down)
• Low level formatting may take longer than standard formatting, since all
recorded data are erased.
• You can stop a low level format of a memory card by choosing [Stop].
When stopping low level formatting, the data will be erased but the
memory card can be used without problem.
Power Saving Function (Auto Power Down)
To save battery power, the camera shuts down automatically when it is not
operated for a certain time.
Power Saving during Shooting
The screen will turn off approximately 1 minute after the camera is last
operated. After about 2 more minutes, the lens will retract and the power will
turn off. When the screen has turned off but the lens has not yet retracted,
pressing the shutter button halfway (p. 23) turns on the screen and shooting
can continue.
Y
P
O
Power Saving during Playback
The power will turn off approximately 5 minutes after the camera is last
operated.
C
• You can turn off the Power Saving Function (p. 145).
• You can adjust the time before the screen turns off (p. 146).
Clock Functions
You can check the current time.
∆ Press and hold the m button.
The current time appears.
∆ If you hold the camera vertically while using
the clock function, it will switch to vertical
display. Press the qr buttons or turn the
– dial to change the display color.
∆ Press the m button to cancel the clock
display.
When the camera power is off, press and hold the m button, then press
the power button to display the clock.
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3
Shooting in Special
Conditions and Commonly Used
Functions
Y
P
O
This chapter explains how to shoot in different conditions, as well as
how to use common functions, such as the self-timer.
C
• When you choose a Shooting mode that matches a particular set of
conditions, the camera will automatically select any necessary settings. All
you need do is press the shutter button to take an optimized picture.
• This chapter assumes the mode switch is set to A for the sections
“Turning the Flash Off” (p. 64) to “Using the Self-Timer” (p. 68). When
shooting in a mode other than A, check which functions are available in
that mode (pp. 164 – 166).
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Shooting in Various Conditions
The camera will select the necessary settings for the conditions in which you
wish to shoot when you choose the matching mode.
Set the mode switch to 4 (p. 42).
Choose the Shooting mode.
∆ After pressing the m button, press the
op buttons or turn the – dial to choose
G, then press the m button again.
∆ Press the op buttons or turn the – dial
to choose the desired mode, then press
the m button.
Y
P
O
Shoot.
C
I Take portraits (Portrait)
∆ Produces a soft effect when
photographing people.
F Take snapshots at night
(Night Snapshot)
∆ Lets you take beautiful snapshots of city
nightscapes or people against night
backgrounds.
∆ If you hold the camera firmly, you can take
pictures with reduced camera shake, even
without a tripod.
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Shooting in Various Conditions
V Take shots of kids and pets
(Kids&Pets)
∆ Lets you capture subjects that move
around, such as children and pets, without
missing photo opportunities.
’ Take indoor shots (Indoor)
∆ Lets you shoot indoors with natural colors.
Take shots in low light conditions
(Low Light)
C
Y
P
O
w
∆ Depending on the scene, the ISO speed
will be set higher and the shutter speed
faster than in A mode so that you can
shoot in dark places with reduced camera
shake and subject blur.
∆ A recording pixel setting of
will appear,
and the image will be fixed at 1824 x 1368
pixels.
Take shots of people at the beach
(Beach)
∆ Lets you take shots of brightly lit people on
sandy beaches where the reflected
sunlight is strong.
O
Take shots of foliage (Foliage)
∆ Lets you shoot trees and leaves, such as
new growth, autumn leaves or blossoms,
in vivid colors.
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Shooting in Various Conditions
P
Take shots of people in snow
(Snow)
∆ Lets you take bright, natural-colored shots
of people against snowy backgrounds.
t Take shots of fireworks (Fireworks)
∆ Lets you take shots of fireworks in vivid
colors.
In t mode, attach the camera to a tripod to prevent the camera from
moving and blurring the image. Additionally, if you attach the camera to a
tripod, you should set [IS Mode] to [Off] (p. 151).
Y
P
O
In F, V or ’ mode, images may appear coarse because the ISO speed
(p. 75) is increased to match the shooting conditions.
C
Modes for other scenes
In addition to the modes explained here, the following scene modes are also
available.
•
Smart Shutter
Smile (p. 59)
Wink Self-Timer (p. 60)
Face Self-Timer (p. 61)
•
High-speed Burst (p. 63)
• T Color Accent (p. 95)
• Y Color Swap (p. 96)
•
Fish-eye Effect (p. 57)
•
Miniature Effect (p. 58)
• x v Stitch Assist (p. 98)
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Adding Effects and Shooting
You can add various effects to images when shooting.
Shoot with the Effects of a Fish-Eye Lens (Fish-eye Effect)
Lets you shoot with the distorting effect of a fish-eye lens.
Choose
.
∆ Follow Steps 1 – 2 on p. 54 to choose
.
Choose an effect level.
∆ Press the n button for more than one
second.
[Effect Level] will appear on the screen.
C
Y
P
O
∆ Press the qr buttons or turn the – dial to
choose an effect level, then press the
n button.
You can check the effect on the screen.
Shoot.
Since you may not achieve the expected results depending on the
shooting conditions, try taking some test shots first.
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Adding Effects and Shooting
Take Shots that Look Like a Miniature Model (Miniature Effect)
Blurs chosen portions in the top and bottom of an image to produce the effect
of a miniature model.
Choose
.
∆ Follow Steps 1 – 2 on p. 54 to choose
.
Choose the area to keep in focus.
∆ Press the n button for more than one
second.
A white frame (the area that will not be
blurred) appears on the screen.
∆ Move the zoom lever to change the frame
size, and press the op buttons to change
the frame position.
∆ Pressing the n button restores the
settings screen.
C
Y
P
O
Shoot.
• Holding the camera vertically will change the orientation of the frame.
• Since you may not achieve the expected results depending on the
shooting conditions, try taking some test shots first.
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Detecting a Smile and Shooting
The camera will shoot three times, even without pressing the shutter button,
when it detects a smile.
Choose
.
∆ Follow Steps 1 – 2 on p. 54 to choose
,
then press the n button for more than
one second.
∆ Press the qr buttons or turn the – dial to
choose
and press the n button.
The camera will enter shooting stand-by,
and [Smile Detection on] will appear on the
screen.
Y
P
O
Point the camera toward a person.
C
∆ Each time the camera detects a smile it will
shoot after the lamp lights.
The second and third shots will continue in
succession.
∆ Pressing the p button will pause smile
detection. Press the p button again to
resume smile detection.
What if a smile is not detected?
Smiles are easier to detect if the subject faces the camera, and opens their mouth
enough to show some teeth when smiling.
Changing the number of shots
In the screen that appears in Step 1, press the op buttons to change the number
of shots and press the n button to make the setting.
• You should switch to another mode when you finish shooting, or the
camera will continue taking shots each time the camera detects a smile.
• You can also shoot by pressing the shutter button.
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Using the Wink Self-Timer
Point the camera at the subject and press the shutter button fully. The camera
will shoot three times approximately two seconds after it detects a wink.
Choose
.
∆ Follow Steps 1 – 2 on p. 54 to choose
,
then press the n button for more than
one second.
∆ Press the qr buttons or turn the – dial to
choose
, then press the n button.
Compose the shot and press the
shutter button halfway.
Y
P
O
∆ Confirm that a green frame appears around
the face of the person who will wink.
Press the shutter button fully.
The camera will enter shooting stand-by,
and [Wink to take picture] will appear on
the screen.
The lamp will blink and the self-timer
sound will play.
C
Face the camera and wink.
The shutter will release approximately 2
seconds after a wink is detected from the
person with a frame around the person’s
face.
The second and third shots will continue in
succession.
∆ To cancel the countdown, press the p button.
What if a wink is not detected?
• Wink a bit slowly.
• A wink may not be detected if eyes are covered by hair or a hat, or when wearing
glasses.
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Using the Face Self-Timer
Changing the number of shots
In the screen that appears in Step 1, press the op buttons to change the number
of shots and press the n button to make the setting.
• Shutting both eyes will also be detected as a wink.
• If a wink is not detected, the shutter will release approximately 15
seconds later.
• If there are no people in the shot when the shutter button is pressed fully,
the camera will shoot after a person enters the shot and winks.
Using the Face Self-Timer
Y
P
O
To take a photo that includes the photographer, such as a group photo,
compose the shot and press the shutter button. The camera will shoot three
times approximately two seconds after you enter the shot and it detects your
face (p. 84).
C
Choose
.
∆ Follow Steps 1 – 2 on p. 54 to choose
,
then press the n button for more than
one second.
∆ Press the qr buttons or turn the – dial to
choose
, then press the n button.
Compose the shot and press the
shutter button halfway.
∆ Make sure a green frame appears on the
face focused on and white frames appear
on other faces.
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Using the Face Self-Timer
Press the shutter button fully.
The camera will enter shooting stand-by,
and [Look straight at camera to start count
down] will appear on the screen.
The lamp will blink and the self-timer
sound will play.
Join the subjects and look at the
camera.
When the camera detects a new face, the
lamp and sound will speed up (the lamp
remains lit when the flash will fire), and two
seconds later the shutter will release.
The second and third shots will continue in
succession.
∆ To cancel shooting with the timer after
countdown has started, press the p
button.
C
Y
P
O
Changing the number of shots
In the screen that appears in Step 1, press the op buttons to change the number
of shots and press the n button to make the setting.
Even if your face is not detected after joining the subjects, the shutter will
release approximately 15 seconds later.
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High-Speed Continuous Shooting (High-speed Burst)
You can shoot continuously at a maximum speed of approximately 8.4
images/second while the shutter button is pressed fully and held.
Recording pixels are fixed to
size (1824 x 1368 pixels).
Choose
.
∆ Follow Steps 1 – 2 on p. 54 to choose
.
Shoot.
As long as you hold the shutter button
down, the camera will shoot successive
images.
Y
P
O
• Focus, exposure and white balance settings are set with the first shot.
• Depending on the shooting conditions, camera settings and the zoom
position, the shooting speed may slow down.
• As the number of images increases, the shooting interval may take
longer.
C
63
Turning the Flash Off
You can shoot with the flash turned off.
Press the r button.
Choose !.
∆ Press the qr buttons or turn the – dial to
choose !, then press the m button.
Once set, ! will appear on the screen.
∆ To turn the flash back on, follow the steps
above to return the setting to
.
C
Y
P
O
What if the indicator blinks orange and a flashing
appears?
When you press the shutter button halfway in low light conditions where camera
shake is likely, the indicator will blink orange and a flashing
will appear on the
screen. Attach the camera to a tripod to prevent it from moving.
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Zooming in More Closely on Subjects (Digital Zoom)
You can use the digital zoom to zoom up to a maximum of 15x and capture
subjects that are too far away for the optical zoom to enlarge. The images
may appear coarse, however, depending on the recording pixel setting (p. 73)
and the zoom factor used.
Move the zoom lever toward i.
∆ Hold the lever until zooming stops.
The zoom will stop when the largest
possible zoom factor without image
deterioration has been reached, and the
zoom factor will appear when you release
the zoom lever.
Zoom Factor
Y
P
O
Move it toward i again.
The digital zoom will zoom in even further
on the subject.
C
What if the zoom factor appears in blue?
Images shot at zoom factors that appear in blue will be coarse.
Turning off the digital zoom
To turn off the digital zoom, press the n button, choose the 4 tab, and
choose [Digital Zoom] and the [Off] option.
The equivalent focal length when using the optical zoom is 28 – 105 mm,
and the equivalent focal length when using the digital zoom is 105 –
420 mm (35mm film equivalent).
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Zooming in More Closely on Subjects (Digital Zoom)
Digital Tele-Converter
The focal length of the lens can be increased by an equivalent of 1.4x or 2.3x.
This enables a faster shutter speed and less chance of camera shake than
the zoom (including digital zoom) used by itself at the same zoom factor.
The images may appear coarse, however, depending on the combination of
recording pixel (p. 73) and digital tele-converter settings used.
Choose [Digital Zoom].
∆ Press the n button.
∆ Press the qr buttons to choose the 4
tab.
∆ Press the op buttons or turn the – dial
to choose [Digital Zoom].
Y
P
O
Make the setting.
∆ Press the qr buttons to choose a
magnification.
∆ Pressing the n button will restore the
shooting screen.
The view will be enlarged and the zoom
factor will appear on the screen.
∆ To return to standard digital zoom, choose
[Digital Zoom] and the [Standard] option.
C
What if the zoom factor appears in blue?
• Using [1.4x] at a recording pixel setting of
or
will cause image
deterioration (the zoom factor will appear in blue).
• Using [2.3x] at a recording pixel setting of
,
or
will cause image
deterioration (the zoom factor will appear in blue).
• The respective equivalent focal lengths when using [1.4x] and [2.3x] are
39.2 – 147.0 mm and 64.4 – 241.5 mm (35mm film equivalent).
• The digital tele-converter cannot be used together with the digital zoom.
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Inserting the Date and Time
You can insert the shooting date and time in the lower right corner of an
image. Once inserted, however, they cannot be deleted. Be sure to check
beforehand that the date and time are correctly set (p. 19).
Choose [Date Stamp].
∆ Press the n button.
∆ Press the qr buttons to choose the 4
tab.
∆ Press the op buttons or turn the – dial
to choose [Date Stamp].
Make the setting.
C
Y
P
O
∆ Press the qr buttons to choose [Date] or
[Date & Time].
∆ Pressing the n button will restore the
shooting screen.
Once set, [DATE] will appear on the screen.
Shoot.
The shooting date or time will be recorded
in the image’s lower right corner.
∆ To restore to the original setting, choose
[Off] in Step 2.
You can insert and print the shooting date in images which do not have an
embedded date and time as follows.However, if you do this for images with
an embedded date and time, the date and time will be printed twice.
• Use the DPOF print settings (p. 138) to print.
• Use the included software to print.
Refer to the Software Guide for details.
• Print using printer functions.
Refer to the Personal Printing Guide for details.
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Using the Self-Timer
The self-timer can be used to shoot a group photo that includes the
photographer. The camera will activate approximately 10 seconds after the
shutter button is pressed.
Choose Ò.
∆ After pressing the m button, press the
op buttons or turn the – dial to choose
, then press the m button.
∆ Press the op buttons to choose Ò, then
press the m button.
Once set, Ò will appear on the screen.
Y
P
O
Shoot.
∆ Press the shutter button halfway to focus
on the subject, then press it fully.
When the self-timer starts, the lamp blinks
and the self-timer sound plays.
Two seconds before the shutter releases,
the lamp and sound speed up (the lamp
remains lit when the flash will fire).
∆ To cancel shooting with the timer after
countdown has started, press the p
button.
∆ To restore the original setting, choose
in Step 1.
C
You can change the delay time and number of shots (p. 80).
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4
Choosing Settings Yourself
In this chapter you will learn how to use the various functions in G
mode to progressively advance your shooting skills.
C
Y
P
O
• This chapter assumes that the mode switch is set to 4 and the camera is
in G mode.
• G stands for Program AE.
• Before attempting to shoot using a function explained in this chapter in
modes other than G mode, check if the function is available in those modes
(pp. 164 – 167).
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Shooting in Program AE
You can choose the settings for various functions to suit your preferences.
AE stands for Auto Exposure.
Set the mode switch to 4 (p. 42).
Choose G.
∆ Choose G in Step 2 on p. 54 and press the
m button.
Adjust the settings according to
your purposes (pp. 71 – 80).
Y
P
O
Shoot.
What if the shutter speed and aperture value appear in orange?
If a correct exposure cannot be obtained when pressing the shutter button
halfway, the shutter speed and aperture value are shown in orange. Try the
following settings to obtain the correct exposure.
• Turn on the flash (p. 71)
• Choose a higher ISO speed (p. 75)
C
70
Adjusting the Brightness (Exposure Compensation)
You can adjust the standard exposure set by the camera in 1/3-stop
increments in the range of –2 to +2.
Enter Exposure Compensation
mode.
∆ Press the o button.
Adjust the brightness.
∆ While watching the screen, turn the – dial
to adjust the brightness and press the o
button.
The exposure compensation amount will
appear on the screen.
Y
P
O
Turning the Flash On
C
You can make the flash fire every time you shoot. At maximum wide angle,
the flash range is approximately 30 cm – 6.0 m (12 in. – 20 ft.), and at
maximum telephoto, it is 50 cm – 2.0 m (1.6 – 6.6 ft.)
Choose h.
∆ After pressing the r button, press the qr
buttons or turn the – dial to choose h,
then press the m button.
Once set, h will appear on the screen.
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Changing the Focus Range (Macro/Infinity)
When it is difficult to focus because your shot contains subjects that are both
near and far, you can change the focus range (the distance range from your
subject) to focus more reliably.
Choose a Focus Range.
∆ After pressing the q button, press the qr
buttons or turn the – dial to choose the
option, then press the m button.
The setting you chose will appear on the
screen.
Shooting Range
e
u
Description
Y
P
O
3 – 50 cm*(1.2 in. – 1.6 ft.)
Only focuses on close subjects.
More than 3 m (More than 9.8 ft.) Only focuses on far-away subjects.
* When the zoom lever is moved toward j and held until the lens stops moving, which
is the maximum wide angle setting of the lens.
The edges of the image may darken if the flash fires in macro shooting.
C
How can I take better close-ups?
• Try attaching the camera to a tripod and shooting in Î, to prevent the camera
from moving and blurring the image (p. 79).
• You can reduce the AF frame size when you want to focus on a specific portion
of the subject (p. 85).
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Changing the Recording Pixel Setting (Image Size)
You can choose from six recording pixels (image size) settings.
Choose the recording pixel setting.
∆ After pressing the m button, press the
op buttons or turn the – dial to choose
, then press the m button.
Choose an option.
∆ Press the op buttons or turn the – dial to
choose an option, then press the m button.
The setting you chose will appear on the
screen.
Y
P
O
If you choose
you cannot use Digital Zoom (p. 65) or Digital TeleConverter (p. 66).
Changing the Compression Ratio (Image Quality)
C
You can choose from the following two levels of compression ratio (image
quality):
(Fine),
(Normal).
Choose the compression ratio
setting.
∆ After pressing the m button, press the
op buttons or turn the – dial to choose
, then press the m button.
Choose an option.
∆ Press the op buttons or turn the – dial to
choose an option, then press the m button.
The setting you chose will appear on the
screen.
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Changing the Compression Ratio (Image Quality)
Approximate Values for Recording Pixels and Compression
Ratio
Recording Pixels
Single Image Number of Recordable Images
Data Size
4 GB
16 GB
(Approx. KB)
Compression
Ratio
(Large)
10M/3648×2736
2565
1471
6026
1226
3017
12354
(Medium 1)
6M/2816×2112
1620
2320
9503
780
4641
19007
(Medium 2)
4M/2272×1704
1116
3352
13727
556
6352
26010
(Medium 3)
2M/1600×1200
(Small)
0.3M/640×480
(Widescreen)
3648×2048
C
Y
P
O
558
6352
26010
278
12069
49420
150
20116
82367
84
30174
123550
1920
1978
8101
918
4022
16473
• The values in the table are measured according to Canon standards and may change
depending on the subject, memory card and camera settings.
Approximate Values for Paper Size
A2
A3
A4, Letter size
5" x 7"
Postcard size
3.5" x 5"
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∆
Suitable for sending images as e-mail
attachments.
∆
For printing on wide size paper.
Changing the ISO Speed
Choose the ISO speed.
∆ After pressing the m button, press the
op buttons or turn the – dial to choose
, then press the m button.
Choose an option.
∆ Press the op buttons or turn the – dial to
choose an option, then press the m button.
The setting you chose will appear on the
screen.
Automatically adjusts the ISO speed to the Shooting mode and shooting
conditions.
Y
P
O
Low Fine weather conditions, outdoor shooting
Cloudy, Twilight
High Nightscapes, Dark interiors
C
Changing the ISO speed
• Lowering the ISO speed results in sharper images, but there may be an
increased chance of image blurring in certain shooting conditions.
• Raising the ISO speed results in a faster shutter speed, reducing camera shake
and letting the flash reach greater distances to the subject. The images,
however, will appear coarse.
• When the camera is set to
, you can press the shutter button halfway
to display the automatically set ISO speed.
• In
(p. 55), ISO speeds will automatically be set higher than in
depending on the scene.
,
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Adjusting the White Balance
The white balance (WB) function sets the optimal white balance for natural
looking colors to match the shooting conditions.
Choose the white balance function.
∆ After pressing the m button, press the
op buttons or turn the – dial to choose
, then press the m button.
Choose an option.
∆ Press the op buttons or turn the – dial to
choose an option, then press the m button.
The setting you chose will appear on the
screen.
Y
P
O
Auto
Automatically sets the optimal white balance for the shooting conditions.
Day Light
Fine weather conditions, outdoor shooting
Cloudy
Cloudy, shady, twilight conditions
Tungsten
Tungsten, bulb-type (3-wavelength) fluorescent lighting
Fluorescent
Warm-white fluorescent, cool-white fluorescent, warm-white-type
(3-wavelength) fluorescent lighting
C
Fluorescent H Daylight fluorescent, daylight-type (3-wavelength) fluorescent lighting
Custom
Manually sets a custom white balance.
Custom White Balance
You can adjust the white balance to the light source at the shooting location.
Make sure that you set the white balance under the light source of the actual
scene you will shoot.
∆ In Step 2 above, choose
.
∆ Make sure the entire screen is filled with a
plain, white colored subject, then press the
n button.
The tint on the screen will change when a
white balance data is set.
If you change camera settings after recording white balance data, the tone
may not turn out properly.
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Continuous Shooting
You can shoot continuously at a maximum speed of approximately 3.7
images/second while the shutter button is pressed fully and held.
Choose a Drive mode.
∆ After pressing the m button, press the
op buttons or turn the – dial to choose
, then press the m button.
∆ Press the op buttons or turn the – dial
to choose W, then press the m button.
Shoot.
Y
P
O
As long as you hold the shutter button
down, the camera will shoot successive
images.
• Cannot be used with the self-timer (pp. 68, 79, 80).
• Continuous shooting speed increases in
C
mode (p. 55).
• Depending on the shooting conditions, the camera settings and the
zoom position, the shooting speed may slow down.
• For continuous shooting, the focus and exposure are locked when the
shutter button is pressed halfway.
• As the number of images increases, the shooting speed may slow down.
• If the flash fires, the shooting speed may slow down.
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Changing the Tone of an Image (My Colors)
You can change the tone of an image to sepia or black and white when
shooting.
Choose My Colors.
∆ After pressing the m button, press the
op buttons or turn the – dial to choose
, then press the m button.
Choose an option.
∆ Press the op buttons or turn the – dial
to choose an option, then press the m
button.
The setting you chose will appear on the
screen.
My Colors Off
Y
P
O
—
Vivid
Emphasizes the contrast and color saturation for a vivid
impression.
Neutral
Tones down the contrast and color saturation for neutral hues.
Sepia
Sepia tones.
C
B/W
Black and white.
Positive Film
Combines the effects of Vivid Red, Vivid Green and Vivid Blue
to produce intense natural appearing colors like those
obtained with positive film.
Lighter Skin Tone
Makes skin tones lighter.
Darker Skin Tone
Makes skin tones darker.
Vivid Blue
Vivid Green
Emphasizes blue tints. Makes the sky, ocean and other blue
subjects more vivid.
Emphasizes green tints. Makes mountains, foliage and other
green subjects more vivid.
Vivid Red
Emphasizes red tints. Makes red subjects more vivid.
Custom Color
You can adjust contrast, sharpness, and color saturation etc.
to your preference (p. 79).
• The white balance cannot be set in the
and
modes (p. 76).
• In
and
modes, colors other than people’s skin color may change.
You may not obtain the expected results with some skin colors.
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Shooting Using the Two Second Self-Timer
Custom Color
The contrast, sharpness, color saturation, red, green, blue, and skin tones in
an image can be chosen and set at 5 different levels.
∆ Follow Step 2 on p. 78 to choose
, then
press the n button.
∆ Press the op buttons to choose an option,
then press the qr buttons or turn the –
dial to choose a value.
∆ The more to the right, the stronger/deeper/
darker (skin tone) the effect gets, the more
to the left, the weaker/lighter/fairer (skin
tone) the effect gets.
∆ Press the n button to accept the
setting.
C
Y
P
O
Shooting Using the Two Second Self-Timer
The camera will shoot approximately two seconds after the shutter button is
pressed, avoiding any camera shake that occurs when pressing the shutter
button.
Choose Î.
∆ After pressing the m button, press the
op buttons or turn the – dial to choose
, then press the m button.
∆ Press the op buttons to choose Î, then
press the m button.
Once set, Î will appear on the screen.
∆ Follow Step 2 on p. 68 to shoot.
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Customizing the Self-Timer
You can set the time delay (0 – 30 seconds) and the number of shots (1 – 10
shots).
Choose $.
∆ After pressing the m button, press the
op buttons or turn the – dial to choose
, then press the m button.
∆ Press the op buttons to choose $, then
press the m button.
Make the setting.
∆ Press the op buttons to choose [Delay]
or [Shots].
∆ Press the qr buttons or turn the – dial to
choose a value, then press the m button.
∆ Follow Step 2 on p. 68 to shoot.
C
Y
P
O
What if the number of shots is set to two or more shots?
• Exposure and white balance settings are set with the first shot.
• When you set the time delay for more than 2 seconds, the self-timer lamp and
sound speed up 2 seconds before the shutter releases (when the flash will fire,
the lamp lights).
• If the flash fires, the shooting interval may be longer.
• If you set a high number of shots, the shooting interval may be longer.
• If the memory card becomes full, shooting stops automatically.
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Shooting Using a TV
You can use a TV to display the camera screen content while shooting.
• Connect the camera to a TV as described in “Viewing Images on a TV”
(p. 115).
• Shooting procedures are the same as when using the camera screen.
TV display is not available when using HDMI Cable HTC-100 (sold
separately) to connect the camera to a high-definition TV.
Changing the Composition with the Focus Lock
Y
P
O
While you keep the shutter button pressed halfway, the focus and exposure
are locked. You can now recompose and shoot. This is called Focus Lock.
Focus.
C
∆ Center the subject you want in focus, and
press the shutter button halfway.
∆ Confirm that the AF Frame is green.
Recompose.
∆ Keep the shutter button pressed halfway
and recompose the scene.
Shoot.
∆ Press the shutter button fully.
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C
82
Y
P
O
5
Getting More Out
of Your Camera
This chapter serves as the advanced version of Chapter 4 and explains
Y
P
O
how to take pictures using various functions.
C
• This chapter assumes that the mode switch is set to 4 and the camera is
in G mode.
• The sections “Setting the Shutter Speed” (p. 90), “Setting the Aperture
Value” (p. 91), “Changing the Color and Shooting” (p. 95), “Shooting Stitch
Assist Images” (p. 98), assume you have set the mode switch to 4 and
chosen the corresponding mode.
• Before attempting to shoot using a function explained in this chapter in
modes other than G mode, check if the function is available in those modes
(pp. 164 – 167).
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Changing the AF Frame Mode
You can change the AF (Auto Focus) frame mode to match the conditions you
want to shoot.
Choose [AF Frame].
∆ Press the n button, choose the 4
tab, and then choose the [AF Frame] menu
item. Press the qr buttons to choose an
option.
Face AiAF
• Detects people’s faces and sets the focus, exposure (evaluative metering
only) and white balance (
only).
• When the camera is pointed at subjects, a white frame appears on the face
the camera judges to be the main subject, and gray frames (max. 2) will
appear on other faces.
• A frame will follow a detected face that is moving within a certain range.
• When the shutter button is pressed halfway, up to 9 green frames will
appear on faces on which the camera focuses.
C
Y
P
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• If a face is not detected and only gray frames (no white frame) appear,
up to 9 green frames will appear on the areas the camera focuses on
when the shutter button is pressed halfway.
• If a face is not detected when Servo AF (p. 86) is set to [On], the AF
frame will appear in the center of the screen when the shutter button is
pressed halfway.
• Examples of faces that cannot be detected:
• Subjects that are far away or extremely close.
• Subjects that are dark or light.
• Faces turned to the side or at a diagonal, or faces with a portion hidden.
• The camera may mistakenly identify non-human subjects as a face.
• If the camera cannot focus when you press the shutter button halfway,
the AF frame will not appear.
Center
The AF frame is locked to the center. This is effective for focusing on a
specific point.
84
Magnifying the Focal Point
You can reduce the AF frame size
• Press the n button, choose the 4 tab, then choose the [AF Frame Size]
menu item and [Small] option.
• The setting is configured to [Normal] when the Digital Zoom (p. 65) or Digital
Tele-converter (p. 66) is used.
If the camera cannot focus when you press the shutter button halfway, the
AF frame will turn yellow and
will appear.
Magnifying the Focal Point
Y
P
O
If you press the shutter button halfway, the AF frame will magnify and you can
check the focus.
Choose [AF-Point Zoom].
C
∆ Press the n button, choose the 4 tab,
and then choose the [AF-Point Zoom] menu
item. Press the qr buttons to choose [On].
Check the focus.
∆ Press the shutter button halfway.
In [Face AiAF] (p. 84), the face detected as
the main subject will appear magnified.
In [Center] (p. 84), the contents of the
center AF frame will appear magnified.
What if the display does not magnify?
The display will not appear magnified in [Face AiAF] if a face cannot be detected
or is too big in relation to the screen. In [Center], it will not appear magnified if the
camera cannot focus.
The magnified display will not appear when using Digital Zoom (p. 65),
Digital Tele-converter (p. 66), Servo AF (p. 86) or when connected to a TV
(p. 81).
85
Shooting with the AF Lock
The focus can be locked. After locking the focus, the focal distance will not
change even when you release your finger from the shutter button.
Lock the focus.
∆ Keep the shutter button pressed halfway
and press the q button.
The focus locks and % appears on the
screen.
∆ If you release your finger from the shutter
button and press the q button, % will
disappear and the focus will unlock.
Y
P
O
Compose the scene and shoot.
Shooting with Servo AF
C
While the shutter button is pressed halfway, the focus and exposure will
continue to adjust, allowing you to take pictures of moving subjects without
missing a shot.
Choose [Servo AF].
∆ Press the n button and choose
[Servo AF] from the 4 tab, and press the
qr buttons to choose [On].
Focus.
∆ The focus and exposure will be maintained
where the blue AF frame appears while
you press the shutter button halfway.
86
Changing the Metering Method
• The camera may not be able to focus in some conditions.
• If a correct exposure cannot be obtained, the shutter speed and aperture
value appear in orange. Release your finger from the shutter button, then
press it again halfway.
• In low light conditions, AF frames may not turn blue even after pressing
the shutter button halfway. In this case, focus and exposure are locked.
• The [AF-Point Zoom] option in the 4 tab is not available in Servo AF mode.
• Not available when using Self-Timer (pp. 68, 79, 80).
Changing the Metering Method
You can change the metering method (brightness measuring function) to
match the shooting conditions.
Y
P
O
Choose the Metering method.
C
Evaluative
∆ After pressing the m button, press the
op buttons or turn the – dial to choose
, then press the m button.
Choose an option.
∆ Press the op buttons or turn the – dial to
choose an option, then press the m button.
The setting will appear on the screen.
Suitable for standard shooting conditions, including back lit shots.
Automatically adjusts the exposure to match the shooting
conditions.
Center
Averages the light metered from the entire frame, but gives greater
Weighted Avg. weight to the center.
Spot
Only meters within the
the center of the screen.
(Spot AE Point frame) that appears at
87
Shooting with the AE Lock
You can lock the exposure and shoot, or set the focus and exposure
separately to shoot. AE stands for “Auto Exposure”
Lock the exposure.
∆ Point the camera toward the subject and
press the o button while pressing the
shutter button halfway.
When & appears, the exposure will be
set.
∆ If you release your finger from the shutter
button and press the o button, & will
disappear and the AE will unlock.
Y
P
O
Compose the scene and shoot.
Shooting with the FE Lock
C
Just as with the AE lock, you can lock the exposure for shooting with the flash.
FE stands for “Flash Exposure”.
Choose h (p. 71).
Lock the flash exposure.
∆ Point the camera toward the subject and
press the o button while pressing the
shutter button halfway.
The flash will fire and when ( appears,
the flash output will be retained.
∆ If you release your finger from the shutter
button and press the o button, ( will
disappear and the FE will unlock.
Compose the scene and shoot.
88
Shooting with Slow Synchro
You can make the main subject, such as people, appear bright by having the
camera provide the appropriate illumination with the flash. At the same time,
you can use a slow shutter speed to brighten the background that the light
from the flash cannot reach.
Choose ….
∆ After pressing the r button, press the qr
buttons or turn the – dial to choose …,
then press the m button.
Once set, … will appear on the screen.
Shoot.
Y
P
O
∆ Even if the flash fires, ensure that the
subject does not move until the shutter
sound ends.
Attach the camera to a tripod to prevent the camera from moving and
blurring the image. You should set [IS Mode] to [Off] when shooting with a
tripod (p. 151).
C
89
Setting the Shutter Speed
You can set the shutter to the speed at which you want to shoot. The camera
will set the appropriate aperture value for the shutter speed you set.
M stands for “Time value”.
Enter M mode.
∆ Follow Steps 1 – 2 on p. 54 to choose M.
Make the setting.
∆ Turn the – dial to set the shutter speed.
Shoot.
Available Shutter Speeds
Y
P
O
15", 13", 10", 8", 6", 5", 4", 3"2, 2"5, 2", 1"6, 1"3, 1", 0"8, 0"6, 0"5, 0"4, 0"3, 1/4, 1/5, 1/6,
1/8, 1/10, 1/13, 1/15, 1/20, 1/25, 1/30, 1/40, 1/50, 1/60, 1/80, 1/100, 1/125, 1/160, 1/200,
1/250, 1/320, 1/400, 1/500, 1/640, 1/800, 1/1000, 1/1250, 1/1600, 1/2000
• 2" indicates 2 seconds, 0"3 indicates 0.3 second and 1/160 indicates 1/160 second.
C
• When the flash fires, the camera may automatically reset the shutter to a speed
slower than shutter speed you chose.
• The ISO speed will be locked at
seconds or slower.
when you choose a shutter speed of 1.3
• Depending on the zoom position, some shutter speeds may not be available.
• When shutter speeds of 1.3 seconds or slower are used, images are
processed to eliminate noise after being taken. A certain amount of
processing time may be needed before you can take the next shot.
• You should set the [IS Mode] to [Off] when lowering the shutter speed
and shoot with a tripod (p. 151).
What if the aperture value appears in orange?
If the aperture value appears in orange when the shutter button is pressed
halfway, the scene has exceeded the correct exposure limits. Adjust the shutter
speed until the aperture value appears in white. Safety shift can also be used
(p. 91).
90
Setting the Aperture Value
You can set the aperture to a value at which you want to shoot. The camera
will set the appropriate shutter speed for the aperture value you set.
B stands for “Aperture value”, which refers to the size of the aperture
opening inside the lens.
Enter B mode.
∆ Follow Steps 1 – 2 on p. 54 to choose B.
Make the setting.
∆ Turn the – dial to set the aperture value.
Shoot.
Y
P
O
Available Aperture Values
F2.0, F2.2, F2.5, F2.8, F3.2, F3.5, F4.0, F4.5, F5.0, F5.3, F5.6, F6.3, F7.1, F8.0
Depending on the zoom position, some aperture values may not be available.
C
What if the shutter speed appears in orange?
If the shutter speed appears in orange when the shutter button is pressed halfway,
the scene has exceeded the correct exposure limits. Adjust the aperture value
until the shutter speed appears in white. Safety shift can also be used.
Safety Shift
With M and B modes, if [Safety Shift] is set to [On] in the 4 tab, the shutter
speed or aperture value is automatically adjusted for the correct exposure when
it cannot otherwise be obtained. Safety Shift is disabled when the flash is enabled.
91
Correcting the Brightness and Shooting (i-Contrast)
The camera can detect areas in the scene, such as faces or backgrounds,
that are too bright or dark and automatically adjust them to the optimum
brightness when shooting. Also, when the overall image is lacking in contrast,
the camera will automatically correct the image for a sharper impression
when shooting.
Choose [i-Contrast].
∆ Press the n button, choose the 4
tab, and then choose the [i-Contrast] menu
item. Press the qr buttons to choose
[Auto].
Once set, @ will appear on the screen.
C
Y
P
O
Under some conditions, the image may appear coarse or may not be
corrected properly.
You can correct recorded images (p. 131).
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Red-Eye Correction
You can automatically correct red-eye that occurs in images taken with the
flash.
Choose [Flash Settings].
∆ Press the n button, choose [Flash
Settings] from the 4 tab and press the m
button.
Make the setting.
∆ Press the op buttons or turn the – dial
to choose [Red-Eye Corr.] and press the
qr buttons to choose [On].
Once set, Πwill appear on the screen.
Y
P
O
Red-eye correction may be applied to areas other than red eyes. For
example, when red make-up has been used around eyes.
C
• You can correct recorded images (p. 132).
• If you press the r button and immediately press the n button, the
screen in Step 2 will appear.
93
Checking for Shut Eyes
When the camera detects the possibility that people have their eyes shut,
appears.
Choose [Blink Detection].
∆ Press the n button, choose the 4
tab, and then choose the [Blink Detection]
menu item. Press the qr buttons to
choose [On].
Shoot.
When a person with shut eyes is detected,
a frame and
appear.
Y
P
O
• In
or $ mode, when the number of shots is set to two or more shots,
this function is only available for the last image shot.
• Not available in W mode.
C
94
Changing the Color and Shooting
You can change the look of an image when shooting. However, depending on
shooting conditions the image may become coarse, or the colors may not
come out as expected.
Color Accent
You can choose to retain a single color and change the rest to black and white
in a composition.
Choose T.
∆ Follow Steps 1 – 2 on p. 54 to choose T.
Y
P
O
Press the n button for more
than one second.
C
Recorded color
The unchanged image and the Color
Accent image will both display.
∆ The color for default settings is green.
Specify the color.
∆ Position the center frame so it is filled with
the color you want and press the q button.
The specified color will be recorded.
Specify the range of colors.
∆ Press the op buttons or turn the – dial
to change the range of colors to be
retained.
∆ Choose a negative value to limit the range
of colors. Choose a positive value to
extend the range of colors to similar colors.
∆ Pressing the n button accepts the
setting and restores the shooting screen.
Using the flash may cause unexpected results in this mode.
95
Changing the Color and Shooting
Color Swap
You can swap one color in an image for another when recording it. You can
only swap one color.
Choose Y.
∆ Follow Steps 1 – 2 on p. 54 to choose Y.
Press the n button for more
than one second.
Y
P
O
The unchanged image and the Color Swap
image will both display.
∆ The default setting is to change green to
gray.
C
Specify the color to be swapped.
∆ Position the center frame so it is filled with
the color you want and press the q button.
The specified color will be recorded.
Specify the target color.
∆ Position the center frame so it is filled with
the color you want and press the q button.
The specified color will be recorded.
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Changing the Color and Shooting
Specify the range of colors to be
swapped.
∆ Press the op buttons or turn the – dial
to adjust the range of colors affected.
∆ Choose a negative value to limit the range
of colors. Choose a positive value to
extend the range of colors to similar colors.
∆ Pressing the n button accepts the
setting and restores the shooting screen.
• Using the flash may cause unexpected results in this mode.
• Under some conditions, the image may appear coarse.
C
Y
P
O
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Shooting Stitch Assist Images
Large subjects can be split into several shots that can later be merged
together using the included software on a computer to create a panoramic
image.
Choose x or v.
∆ Follow Steps 1 – 2 on p. 54 to choose x
or v.
Take the first shot.
The exposure and white balance will be set
with the first shot.
Y
P
O
Take subsequent shots.
∆ Overlap part of the first shot when taking
the second shot.
∆ Minor discrepancies in the overlapping
portions will be corrected when the images
are merged.
∆ Up to 26 shots can be recorded with the
same procedures.
C
Finish shooting.
∆ Press the m button.
Merge the images on a computer.
∆ For details on how to merge the images,
refer to the Software Guide.
This function is not available when a TV is used as the monitor (p. 81).
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6
Using Various Functions for
Shooting Movies
This chapter provides more advanced information than the “Shooting
Movies” and “Viewing Movies” sections of Chapter 1.
C
Y
P
O
• This chapter assumes that the mode switch is set to E.
• Press the 1 button to enter Playback mode before playing back or editing
movies.
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Changing the Movie Mode
You can choose between four Movie modes.
Enter E mode.
∆ Set the mode switch to E (p. 42).
Choose a Movie mode.
∆ After pressing the m button, press the
op buttons or turn the – dial to choose
E, then press the m button.
∆ Press the op buttons or turn the – dial
to choose a mode, and press the m
button.
Y
P
O
Shoot (p. 29).
E Standard
Normal mode.
Super Slow Motion Movie
>
Color Accent
z
Color Swap
Captures fleeting moments at high-speed for
playback in slow motion (p. 101).
C
These Shooting modes let you change all colors
except the chosen color to black and white, or
exchange the chosen color for another color, when
shooting. See “Changing the Color and Shooting”
(p. 95) for details.
Under some conditions, colors may not turn out as expected in > and z
modes.
100
Shooting Super Slow Motion Movies
You can shoot fast moving subjects and play them back in slow motion. The
maximum clip length you can record is approximately 30 seconds long, which
will take approximately 4 minutes to play back in slow motion.
The movies will be recorded at
(fixed to 320 x 240 recording pixels and a
frame rate of 240 frames/second). Audio will not be recorded.
Choose
.
∆ Follow Steps 1 – 2 on p. 100 to choose
Elapsed Time
Remaining Time
.
Shoot.
∆ Follow Steps 2 – 5 on p. 29 to shoot.
Black bars will appear on the left and right
sides of the screen. There areas cannot be
recorded when shooting.
Y
P
O
Viewing Super Slow Motion Movies
C
• The movie will play back in slow motion when you following Steps 1 – 3 on p. 31.
• You can use the included software to change the playback speed of movies shot
in
mode. Refer to the Software Guide for details.
• Even if you press the zoom lever, the zoom will not operate while
shooting.
• The focus is set when the shutter button is pressed halfway, and the
exposure and white balance settings are set when it is pressed fully.
101
Changing the Image Quality
You can choose between three image quality settings.
Choose the image quality setting.
∆ After pressing the m button, press the
op buttons or turn the – dial to choose
, then press the m button.
Choose an option.
∆ Press the op buttons or turn the – dial
to choose an option, then press the m
button.
The setting will appear on the screen.
Image Quality Table
Image Quality
(Recording Pixels/Frame Rate)
Y
P
O
Content
1280 x 720 pixels, 30 frames/sec. For shooting high-definition movies.
C
640 x 480 pixels, 30 frames/sec. For shooting standard quality movies.
320 x 240 pixels, 30 frames/sec.
Since the number of the recording pixels is smaller,
the image quality will appear coarse when
compared with
, but you can record three times
the length.
Estimated Shooting Time
Image Quality
Shooting Time
4 GB
20 min. 43 sec.
16 GB
1 hr. 24 min. 54 sec.
43 min. 43 sec.
2 hrs. 59 min. 3 sec.
1 hr. 58 min. 19 sec.
8 hrs. 4 min. 30 sec.
• Based on Canon’s testing standards.
• Recording will automatically stop when the clip file size reaches 4 GB, or when the
recording time reaches approximately 10 minutes when shooting in
, and
approximately 1 hour when shooting in
or
.
• Recording may stop even if the maximum clip length has not been reached on some
memory cards.
SD Speed Class 4 or higher memory cards are recommended.
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AE Lock/Exposure Shift
You can lock the exposure or change it in 1/3 steps within a range of ±2
before shooting.
Focus.
∆ Press the shutter button halfway to focus.
Lock the exposure.
∆ After releasing the shutter button, press
the o button to lock the exposure. The
exposure shift bar appears.
∆ Press the o button again to release the
lock.
Y
P
O
Change the exposure.
∆ While watching the screen, turn the – dial
to adjust the brightness.
C
Shoot.
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Other Shooting Functions
The following functions can be used in the same way as for still images.
Functions marked with a * can be used in the same way as for still images
when in
, > or z.
• Zooming in More Closely on Subjects (Digital Zoom) (p. 65)
The sounds from zoom operation will be recorded.
• Using the Self-Timer (p. 68)*
• Changing the Focus Range (Macro/Infinity) (p. 72)*
• Adjusting the White Balance (p. 76)
• Changing the Tone of an Image (My Colors) (p. 78)
• Shooting Using the Two Second Self-Timer (p. 79)*
• Shooting Using a TV (p. 81)*
• Shooting with the AF Lock (p. 86)
• Turning Off the AF Assist Beam (p. 148)*
• Displaying the Overlay (p. 150)*
[3:2 Guide] is not available.
• Changing the IS-Mode Settings (p. 151)*
You can switch between [Continuous] and [Off].
Y
P
O
Playback Functions
C
The following functions can be used in the same way as for still images.
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Erasing Images (p. 28)
Quickly Searching Images (p. 108)
Viewing Images in Filtered Playback (p. 109)
Viewing Slideshows (p. 111)
Changing Image Transitions (p. 114)
Viewing Images on a TV (p. 115)
Viewing Images on a High-Definition TV (p. 116)
Protecting Images (p. 118)
Erasing Images (p. 121)
Organizing Images by Category (My Category) (p. 123)
Tagging Images as Favorites (p. 125)
Rotating Images (p. 127)
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Editing
Summary of Movie Control Panel in “Viewing Movies” (p. 31)
Exit
Playback
Slow Motion Playback (you can use the qr buttons to adjust the speed. Sound
will not play back.)
Display the first frame
Previous frame (Rewind if you hold down the m button.)
Next frame (Fast forward if you hold down the m button.)
Display the last frame
*
Edit (p. 105)
Appears when connected to a PictBridge compliant printer (p. 134).
Refer to the Personal Printing Guide for details.
Editing
Y
P
O
You can trim the beginnings and ends of recorded movies in one-second
increments.
C
Movie Editing Panel
Movie Editing Bar
Choose *.
∆ In Step 3 on p. 31, choose * from the
displayed movie control panel, then press
the m button.
The movie editing panel and the movie
editing bar will appear.
Set the editing range.
∆ Press the op buttons and choose
or
.
∆ Press the qr buttons or turn the – dial to
move .
will display at each one
second interval. If you choose
, you can
trim the beginning of the movie from
. If
you choose
, you can trim the end of the
movie from
.
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Editing
Even if you move to a point other than a
point, only the portion from the nearest
to the left will be trimmed when
is
chosen. Only the portion from the nearest
to the right will be trimmed when
is
chosen.
The section indicated with will be the
section of the movie that remains after
editing.
Check the edited movie.
∆ Press the op buttons to choose
(Play), then press the m button. The
edited movie will play.
∆ To edit the movie again, repeat Step 2.
∆ To cancel editing, press the op buttons,
and choose
. After pressing the m
button, press the qr buttons or turn the
– dial to choose [OK], and press the m
button again.
C
Y
P
O
Save the edited movie.
∆ Press the op buttons to choose
, then
press the m button.
∆ Press the opqr buttons or turn the –
dial to choose [New File], then press the
m button.
The movie will be saved as a new file.
• When [Overwrite] is chosen in Step 4, the unedited movie is overwritten
with the edited movie, erasing the original.
• When there is not enough space left on the memory card, only
[Overwrite] can be chosen.
• If the battery is depleted partway through editing, the edited movie clips
may not be saved. When editing movies, you should use a fully charged
battery or the separately sold AC adapter kit (p. 154).
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7
Using Various Playback and
Editing Functions
This chapter explains various ways to play back and edit images.
Y
P
O
• Press the 1 button to enter Playback mode before operating the camera.
• It may not be possible to play back or edit images that have been edited
on a computer, had their file name changed, or have been taken on a
different camera.
C
• The edit function (pp. 128 – 132) cannot be used if the memory card
does not have free space available.
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Quickly Searching Images
Searching Images Using Index Display
Displaying multiple images at a time lets you quickly find the image you want.
Move the zoom lever toward g.
Images will display in an index.
∆ Move the zoom lever toward g to
increase the number of images. The
number of images increases each time you
move the lever.
∆ Move the zoom lever toward k to reduce
the number of images. The number of
images will reduce each time you move the
lever.
Y
P
O
Change the displayed images.
∆ Turn the – dial to switch to the next set of
images set in Step 1.
C
Choose an image.
∆ Press the opqr buttons to choose an
image.
An orange frame appears on the chosen
image.
∆ Press the m button to display the chosen
image by itself.
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Viewing Images in Filtered Playback
Searching Images Using the Control Dial
Turn the control dial to quickly search images. You can also jump by the
shooting date (Scroll Display).
Choose an image.
∆ If you set single image playback and turn
the – dial quickly, the images will display
as shown on the left.
∆ Pressing the m button restores single
image playback.
∆ While in Scroll Display, if you press the
op buttons, you can search images by
the shooting date.
Y
P
O
To turn off this effect, press the n button, then choose [Scroll Display]
in the 1 tab and choose [Off].
C
Viewing Images in Filtered Playback
When there are many images on the memory card, you can filter and display
them by a specified filter. You can also protect (p. 118) or delete (p. 121) all
filtered images at once.
Choose ‚.
∆ Press the m button to choose ‚ in the
ø menu, then press the m button
again.
Choose a filter.
∆ Press the op buttons or turn the – dial
to choose a filter, then press the m
button.
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Viewing Images in Filtered Playback
View the filtered images.
∆ Press the op buttons or turn the – dial
to choose a filter for playback, then press
the m button (except for
).
Filtered playback starts and a yellow frame
appears.
∆ If you press the qr buttons or turn the –
dial, the chosen target images will display.
∆ If you choose
in Step 2, filtered
playback will be canceled.
Search filters
Y
P
O
Favorites
Displays images tagged as favorites (p. 125)
Shot Date
Displays the images shot on a specified date
; My Category
File Type
Displays the images of a specified category (p. 123)
Displays only still images or movies
C
What if you can’t choose a filter?
Filters that do not contain any images cannot be chosen.
Filtered Playback
You can filter images during a slideshow (p. 111) so that only certain images will
play back. You can also use the following functions in filtered playback for
processing all the filtered images at once.
• “Protecting Images” (p. 118), “Erasing Images” (p. 121), “Choosing Images for
Printing (DPOF)” (p. 138)
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Viewing Slideshows
You can automatically play back images recorded to a memory card. Each
image displays for approximately 3 seconds.
Choose ..
∆ Press the m button to choose . in the
ø menu, then press the m button
again.
Choose a transition effect.
C
∆ Press the op buttons or turn the – dial
to choose an effect, then press the m
button.
The slideshow will start a few seconds
after [Loading image] displays.
∆ In filtered playback (p. 109), only images
matching a filter play back.
∆ You can pause/restart a slideshow by
pressing the m button again.
∆ Press the n button to stop the
slideshow.
Y
P
O
• If you press the qr buttons or turn the – dial during playback, the
image will switch. If you keep the qr buttons pressed, you can fastforward through images.
• The power saving function does not work during slideshows (p. 52).
111
Viewing Slideshows
Changing the Settings
You can set a slideshow to repeat, or change transition effects and the time
that slideshow images are displayed. You can choose from six transition
effects when switching between images.
Choose [Slideshow].
∆ Press the n button, choose
[Slideshow] from the 1 tab and press the
m button.
Make the setting.
Y
P
O
∆ Press the op buttons or turn the – dial
to choose an item, and press the qr
buttons to adjust the setting.
∆ If you choose [Start] and press the m
button, the slideshow starts with your
settings.
∆ Pressing the n button will restore the
menu screen.
C
You cannot change [Play Time] if [Bubble] is chosen in [Effect].
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Checking the Focus
You can magnify the area of a recorded image that was inside the AF Frame,
or the area of a face that was detected, to check the focus.
Press the p button, and switch to
the focus check display (p. 44).
A white frame will appear where the AF
frame or face was when the focus was set.
A gray frame will appear on a face
detected during playback.
The area within the orange frame appears
magnified.
Y
P
O
Switch frames.
C
∆ Move the zoom lever toward k once.
The screen shown to the left will appear.
∆ Press the m button to move to a different
frame when multiple frames appear.
Change the magnification level or
location.
∆ Use the zoom lever to change the display
size, and the opqr buttons to change
the display position while checking the
focus.
∆ Pressing the n button resets the
display to Step 1.
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Magnifying Images
Move the zoom lever toward k.
Approximate Location
of Displayed Area
∆ The display will zoom in on the image and,
if you continue to hold the zoom lever, it
will continue to zoom in up to a maximum
factor of 10x.
∆ If you press the opqr buttons, you can
move the location of the displayed area.
∆ Move the zoom lever toward g to zoom
out, or continue to hold it to return to Single
Image Playback.
∆ If you turn the – dial, you can switch
images in the zoomed state.
Y
P
O
Pressing the n button while magnifying images restores Single
Image Playback.
C
Changing Image Transitions
You can choose from three transition effects when switching between images
in Single Image Playback.
Choose [Transition].
∆ Press the n button and choose the
1 tab, then choose [Transition] and press
the qr buttons to choose a transition
effect.
114
Viewing Images on a TV
Using the supplied stereo AV cable (p. 2), you can connect the camera to a
TV to view images you have shot.
Turn off the camera and TV.
Connect the camera to the TV.
∆ Open the camera’s terminal cover and fully
insert the cable plug into the camera’s
terminal.
Yellow
Yellow
White
Red
Red
White
C
∆ Insert the cable plug fully into the video
input terminals as shown in the illustration.
Y
P
O
Turn on the TV and switch it to the
input to which the cable is
connected.
Turn on the camera.
∆ Press the 1 button to turn on the camera.
The image will appear on the TV (nothing
will appear on the screen of the camera).
∆ After you finish, turn off the camera and
TV, and unplug the cable.
What if the images don’t properly display on the TV?
Images will not display correctly if the camera’s video output setting (NTSC/PAL)
does not match the TV system. Press the n button, choose the 3 tab and
[Video System] to switch to the correct video system.
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Viewing Images on a High-Definition TV
Use the separately sold HDMI Cable HTC-100 to connect the camera to a
high-definition TV for an enhanced viewing experience.
Turn off the camera and TV.
Connect the camera to the TV.
∆ Open the cover and fully insert the cable
plug into the camera’s HDMI terminal.
∆ Fully insert the cable plug into the TV’s
HDMI terminal.
∆ Follow Steps 3 and 4 on p. 115 to display
the images.
C
Y
P
O
Operation sounds will not play when connected to a high-definition TV.
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Displaying Various Images (Smart Shuffle)
The camera will choose four images based on the displayed image.
If you choose one of those images, the camera will choose four more images
letting you enjoy the playing back of images in an unexpected order.
This will work best if you take many shots of various scenes.
Choose
.
∆ Press the m button, choose
in the
ø menu, then press the m button
again.
Four images will appear as candidates.
Choose an image.
C
Y
P
O
∆ Press the opqr buttons to choose the
image you want to view next.
The chosen image will be displayed in the
middle, and the next four candidates will
appear.
∆ Pressing the m button will display the
middle image at full size. Press the m
button again to restore the original display.
∆ Pressing the n button restores the
single image display.
• Only still images shot with this camera will play back in Smart Shuffle.
•
is not available in the following situations:
• If there are less than 50 images taken with this camera on the memory card.
• If you play back images other than candidates selected by the camera.
• During filtered playback.
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Protecting Images
You can protect important images so that they cannot be accidentally erased
with the camera (pp. 28, 121).
Choose :.
∆ Press the m button to choose : in the
ø menu, then press the m button
again.
[Protected] will appear on the screen.
∆ To unlock an image, choose : in the
ø menu again, and press the m
button.
Y
P
O
If you format the memory card (pp. 22, 51), protected images will also be
erased.
Protected images cannot be erased with the camera’s erase function. To
erase an image, cancel protection first.
C
Using the Menu
Choose [Protect].
∆ Press the n button, choose the 1
tab and [Protect], and then press the m
button.
Choose a selection method.
∆ Press the op buttons or turn the – dial
to choose a selection method, and press
the m button.
∆ Pressing the n button will restore the
menu screen.
118
Protecting Images
Choosing Images Individually
Choose [Select].
∆ Follow Step 2 on p. 118 to choose [Select]
and press the m button.
∆ Press the qr buttons or turn the – dial to
choose the image and press the m button.
Once set,
will appear on the screen.
∆ Pressing the m button once more
deselects the image, and
will disappear.
∆ To choose multiple images, repeat the
above operation.
Y
P
O
Press the n button.
Protect the image.
C
∆ Press the qr buttons or turn the – dial to
choose [OK] and press the m button.
Select Range
Choose [Select Range].
∆ Follow Step 2 on p. 118 to choose [Select
Range] and press the m button.
Choose the starting image.
∆ Press the m button.
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Protecting Images
∆ Press the qr buttons or turn the – dial to
choose the image and press the m button.
Choose the ending image.
∆ Press the r button, choose [Last image]
and press the m button.
∆ Press the qr buttons or turn the – dial to
choose the image and press the m button.
∆ You cannot choose images before the first
image.
Y
P
O
Protect images.
C
∆ Press the op buttons to choose [Protect]
and press the m button.
Choose images with the –
You can also choose the first or last image by turning the – dial when the upper
screen in Steps 2 and 3 is displayed.
Choose All Images
Choose [All Images].
∆ Follow Step 2 on p. 118 to choose [All
Images] and press the m button.
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Erasing Images
Protect images.
∆ Press the op buttons or turn the – dial to
choose [Protect] and press the m button.
You can unlock the images you protected if you choose [Unlock] in Step 4,
while in [Select Range], or Step 2 while in [All Images].
Erasing Images
You can select images to erase. Since erased images cannot be recovered,
exercise adequate caution before erasing. Protected images (p. 118) cannot
be erased.
Y
P
O
Choose [Erase].
C
∆ Press the n button, choose the 1
tab and [Erase], and press the m button.
Choose a selection method.
∆ Press the op buttons or turn the – dial
to choose a selection method, and press
the m button.
∆ Pressing the n button will restore the
menu screen.
Choosing Images Individually
Choose [Select].
∆ Follow Step 2 above to choose [Select]
and press the m button.
∆ Press the qr buttons or turn the – dial to
choose the image and press the m button.
Once set,
will appear on the screen.
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Erasing Images
∆ Pressing the m button once more deselects
the image, and
will disappear.
∆ To choose multiple images, repeat the
above operation.
Press the n button.
Erase the image.
∆ Press the qr buttons or turn the – dial to
choose [OK] and press the m button.
Select Range
Y
P
O
Choose [Select Range].
∆ Follow Step 2 on p. 121 to choose [Select
Range] and press the m button.
∆ Follow Steps 2 and 3 on pp. 119 – 120 to
choose images.
C
Erase the image.
∆ Press the op button to choose [Erase],
then press the m button.
Choose All Images
Choose [All Images].
∆ Follow Step 2 on p. 121 to choose [All
Images] and press the m button.
Erase.
∆ Press the qr buttons or turn the – dial to
choose [OK] and press the m button.
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Organizing Images by Category (My Category)
You can organize images into categories. You can display the images in a
category in Filtered Playback (p. 109) and process all images at once by
using the functions below.
• Viewing Slideshows (p. 111), Protecting Images (p. 118), Erasing All
Images (p. 121), Choosing Images for Printing (DPOF) (p. 138)
Choose ;.
∆ Press the m button to choose ; in the
ø menu, then press the m button
again.
Y
P
O
Choose a category.
C
∆ Press the op buttons to choose a
category, then press the m button.
∆ Once set,
will appear on the screen.
∆ Pressing the m button once more
deselects the category, and
will
disappear.
Make the setting.
∆ Pressing the n button will display
[Accept changes?].
∆ Press the qr buttons or turn the – dial to
choose [OK], then press the m button.
If you switch Shooting modes or turn off the power before making the
setting in Step 3, images will not be tagged as My Category.
Images are automatically categorized by shooting condition as they are
shot.
•
•
•
: Images with detected faces, or images shot in I, F or V.
: Images detected as
in O.
,
or
in A mode, or images shot
: Images shot in ’, w, P or t.
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Organizing Images by Category (My Category)
Using the Menu
Choose [My Category].
∆ Press the n button, choose the 1
tab and [My Category], and press the m
button.
Choose a selection method.
∆ Press the op buttons or turn the – dial
to choose a selection method, and press
the m button.
∆ Pressing the n button will restore the
menu screen.
Y
P
O
Choosing Images Individually
Choose [Select].
C
∆ Follow Step 2 above to choose [Select]
and press the m button.
∆ Press the qr buttons or turn the – dial to
choose an image.
∆ Press the op buttons to choose a
category, then press the m button.
Once set,
will appear on the screen.
∆ Pressing the m button again deselects
the image and
will disappear.
∆ To choose multiple images, repeat the
above operation.
Press the n button.
Make the setting.
∆ Press the qr buttons or turn the – dial to
choose [OK] and press the m button.
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Tagging Images as Favorites
Select Range
Choose [Select Range].
∆ Follow Step 2 on p. 124 to choose [Select
Range] and press the m button.
∆ Follow Steps 2 and 3 on pp. 119 – 120 to
choose images.
∆ Press the op buttons, choose the item
and press the qr buttons or turn the –
dial to choose a type.
Complete the settings.
Y
P
O
∆ Press the op buttons to choose [Select]
and press the m button.
If you choose [Deselect] in Step 2, you can deselect all of the images in
the [Select Range] category.
C
Tagging Images as Favorites
When you tag images as favorites, you can easily categorize just those
images. You can also filter out just those images for viewing, protecting or
erasing (p. 109).
Choose
.
∆ Press the m button and choose
in the
ø menu, then press the m button
again.
[Tagged as favorites] will appear on the
screen.
in the ø
∆ To untag the image, choose
menu again, then press the m button.
If you use Windows 7 or Windows Vista and transfer tagged images to the
computer, they will be given a star rating of 3 (
) (except for
movies).
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Tagging Images as Favorites
Using the Menu
Choose [Favorites].
∆ Press the n button, choose the 1 tab
and [Favorites], then press the m button.
Choose images.
∆ Press the qr buttons or turn the – dial to
choose the image and press the m button.
Once set,
will appear on the screen.
∆ Pressing the m button again untags the
image as a favorite and
disappears.
∆ To choose multiple images, repeat the
above operation.
C
Y
P
O
Make the setting.
∆ Pressing the n button will display
[Accept changes?].
∆ Press the qr buttons or turn the – dial to
choose [OK] and press the m button.
If you switch Shooting modes or turn off the power before making the
setting in Step 3, images will not be tagged as favorites.
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Rotating Images
You can change the orientation of an image and save it.
Choose \.
∆ Press the m button to choose \ in the
ø menu, then press the m button
again.
Rotate the image.
∆ Press the qr buttons to rotate the image
90° in the chosen direction.
∆ Press the m button to make the setting.
Using the Menu
C
Y
P
O
Choose [Rotate].
∆ Press the n button, choose the 1
tab and [Rotate], and press the m button.
Rotate the image.
∆ Press the qr buttons or turn the – dial to
choose an image.
The image will rotate 90° with each press
of the m button.
∆ Pressing the n button will restore the
menu screen.
Movies with a resolution of
cannot be rotated.
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Resizing Images
You can resize images to a lower pixel setting and save the resized image as
a separate file.
Choose [Resize].
∆ Press the n button and choose the
1 tab, then choose [Resize] and press the
m button.
Choose an image.
∆ Press the qr buttons or turn the – dial to
choose the image and press the m button.
Y
P
O
Choose an image size.
∆ Press the qr buttons or turn the – dial to
choose an option, then press the m button.
The [Save new image?] screen will
appear.
C
Save the new image.
∆ Press the qr buttons or turn the – dial to
choose [OK] and press the m button.
The image will be saved as a new file.
Display the new image.
∆ When you press the n button, the
[Display new image?] screen will appear.
∆ Press the qr buttons or turn the – dial to
choose [Yes], and press the m button.
The saved image will be displayed.
• You cannot resize an image to a larger size.
• Images recorded at a pixel setting of
3 cannot be edited.
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(p. 74), or saved as
in Step
Trimming
You can cut out a portion of a recorded image and save it as a new image file.
Choose [Trimming].
∆ Press the n button, choose the 1
tab and [Trimming], then press the m
button.
Choose an image.
∆ Press the qr buttons or turn the – dial to
choose the image and press the m button.
Trimming Area
Adjust the trimming area.
C
Trimming Area Display
Recorded pixels after trimming
Y
P
O
A frame will appear around the portion of
the image to be trimmed.
The original image will display in the upper
left and the trimmed image will display in
the lower right.
∆ If you move the zoom lever to the left or
right, you can change the frame size.
∆ If you press the opqr buttons, you can
move the frame.
∆ If you press the m button, you can change
the frame orientation.
∆ In an image with detected faces, gray
frames appear around the faces located in
the upper left image. The frames can be
used for trimming. You can switch between
frames by turning the – dial.
∆ Press the n button.
Save as a new image and display.
∆ Follow Steps 4 and 5 on p. 128.
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Adding Effects with the My Colors Function
• Images recorded at a pixel setting of
resized as
cannot be edited.
or
(p. 74), or images
• The width and height ratio of an image that can be changed is fixed at
4:3 (for a vertical image 3:4).
• The number of recorded pixels in a trimmed image will be smaller than
before trimming.
Adding Effects with the My Colors Function
You can change the color of an image and save it as a separate image. Refer
to p. 78 for details on each menu item.
Y
P
O
Choose [My Colors].
∆ Press the n button, choose the 1 tab
and [My Colors], and press the m button.
Choose an image.
C
∆ Press the qr buttons or turn the – dial to
choose the image and press the m button.
Choose an option.
∆ Press the qr buttons or turn the – dial to
choose an option.
∆ Press the m button.
Save as a new image and display.
∆ Follow Steps 4 and 5 on p. 128.
• If you repeatedly change the color of an image, the quality will gradually
deteriorate and you may not achieve the expected color.
• The coloration of images changed with this function may vary from those
recorded with the My Colors function (p. 78).
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Correcting the Brightness (i-Contrast)
The camera can detect areas in an image, such as faces or backgrounds, that
are too dark and automatically adjust them to the optimum brightness. Also,
when the overall image is lacking in contrast, the camera will automatically
correct the image for a sharper impression. You can choose from 4 levels of
correction: [Auto], [Low], [Medium] or [High]. Corrected images will be saved
as a new file.
Choose [i-Contrast].
∆ Press the n button, choose the 1
tab and [i-Contrast], then press the m
button.
Y
P
O
Choose an image.
∆ Press the qr buttons or turn the – dial to
choose the image and press the m button.
Choose an option.
C
∆ Press the op buttons to choose an
option, and press the m button.
Save as a new image and display.
∆ Follow Steps 4 and 5 on p. 128.
• Under some conditions, the image may appear coarse or the correction
setting may not be suitable.
• Repeatedly adjusting the same image may cause the quality to
deteriorate.
What if the image wasn’t corrected by the [Auto] option as
well as you would like?
Choose [Low], [Medium] or [High] and adjust the image.
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Correcting the Red-Eye Effect
You can automatically correct red eyes in images and save them as new files.
Choose [Red-Eye Correction].
∆ Press the n button, choose the 1
tab and [Red-Eye Correction], then press
the m button.
Choose an image.
∆ Press the qr buttons or turn the – dial to
choose an image.
Correct the image.
Y
P
O
∆ Press the m button.
Red-eye detected by the camera will be
corrected and a frame will appear around
the corrected portion.
∆ You can magnify or reduce the size of the
image using the procedures in “Magnifying
Images” (p. 114).
C
Save as a new image and display.
∆ Press the opqr buttons, or turn the –
dial to choose [New File], and press the m
button.
The image will be saved as a new file.
∆ Follow Step 5 on p. 128.
• Some images may not be properly corrected.
• When [Overwrite] in Step 4 is chosen, the uncorrected image is
overwritten with the corrected data, erasing the original image.
• Protected images cannot be overwritten.
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8
Printing
This chapter explains how to choose images for printing, and print
using a Canon-brand PictBridge capable printer (sold separately,
Y
P
O
p. 39). Please also refer to the Personal Printing Guide.
Canon-Brand PictBridge Compliant Printers
C
SELPHY series
PIXMA series
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Printing Images
You can easily print the pictures you take by connecting the camera to a
PictBridge compliant printer using the supplied interface cable (p. 2).
Turn off the camera and printer.
Connect the camera to the printer.
∆ Open the cover, and insert the cable's
smaller plug firmly into the camera terminal
in the direction shown.
∆ Insert the cable’s larger plug into the
printer. For connection details, refer to the
user guide provided with the printer.
Y
P
O
Turn on the printer.
C
Turn on the camera.
∆ Press the 1 button to turn on the camera.
Choose an image to print.
∆ Press the qr buttons or turn the – dial to
choose the image and press the m button.
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Printing Images
Print images.
∆ Press the m button to choose 2 in the
ø menu, then press the m button
again.
∆ The Print Settings screen will appear.
∆ Press the op buttons or turn the – dial
to choose [Print] and press the m button.
Printing will start.
∆ If you want to print additional images,
repeat Steps 5 and 6 after printing has
completed.
∆ After printing has completed, turn off the
camera and printer, and unplug the
interface cable.
Y
P
O
• Refer to the Personal Printing Guide for details on printing.
C
• Refer to p. 39 for Canon-brand Pictbridge compliant printers. Index
printing is not available with the CP710/CP510/CP500/CP400/CP330/
CP300/CP220/CP200 printers (p. 138).
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Printing from the Print List (DPOF)
You can add images to the print list (DPOF) directly after shooting or during
playback by using the ø menu. You can print from a print list simply by
connecting your camera and printer. These selection methods comply with
the DPOF (Digital Print Order Format) standards.
Easily Add Images to the Print List
Choose an image.
∆ Press the qr buttons or turn the – dial to
choose the image.
Choose 2 (videos will be
excluded).
Y
P
O
∆ Press the m button, choose 2 in the
ø menu, then press the m button
again.
Print list.
C
∆ Press the op buttons to choose the
number of prints, then press the qr
buttons or turn the – dial to choose [Add]
and press the m button.
∆ To cancel adding images, choose the
added images and press the m button.
Choose 2 in the ø menu, then press
the m button, and press the qr buttons
or turn the – dial to choose [Remove]
then press the m button again.
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Printing from the Print List (DPOF)
Print Added Images
The following examples use the Canon SELPHY series printers.
Number of copies to print
Connect the camera to the printer.
∆ Follow Steps 1 – 4 on p. 134.
Print images.
∆ Press the op buttons, choose [Print now]
and press the m button.
Printing will start.
∆ If you stop the printer during printing and
start again, it will start from the next print.
C
Y
P
O
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Choosing Images for Printing (DPOF)
You can choose up to 998 images on a memory card for printing and specify
settings such as the number of copies so that they can be printed together or
processed at a photo developer service. These selection methods comply
with the DPOF (Digital Print Order Format) standards.
Print Settings
You can set the print type, date and file number. These settings apply to all
images chosen for printing.
Choose [Print Settings].
∆ Press the n button and choose the
2 tab, then choose [Print Settings] and
press the m button.
Y
P
O
Make the setting.
∆ Press the op buttons or turn the – dial
to choose a menu item, then press the qr
buttons to choose an option.
∆ Pressing the n button accepts the
settings and restores the menu screen.
C
Standard
Print Type
Date
File No.
Clear DPOF data
Prints one image per page.
Index
Prints several reduced size images per page.
Both
Prints both standard and index formats.
On
Off
On
Off
On
Off
Prints the shooting date.
—
Prints the file number.
—
Removes all print settings after printing.
—
• Some printers or photo developer services may not be able to reflect all
of the settings in the output.
•
may appear when using a memory card with print settings set by a
different camera. These settings will be overwritten with those set by
your camera.
• If [Date] is set to [On], some printers may print the date twice.
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Choosing Images for Printing (DPOF)
• With [Index] chosen, the [Date] and [File No.] options cannot be set to
[On] at the same time.
• The date will be printed in the style set in the [Date/Time] function in the
3 tab (p. 20).
Choosing the Number of Copies
Choose [Select Images & Qty.].
∆ Press the n button and choose the
2 tab, then choose [Select Images & Qty.]
and press the m button.
Y
P
O
Choose an image.
C
∆ Press the qr buttons or turn the – dial to
choose the image and press the m button.
You will be able to set the number of print
copies.
∆ If you choose [Index],
appears on the
screen. Pressing the m button again will
deselect the image and
will disappear.
Set the number of prints.
∆ Press the op buttons or turn the – dial
to set the number of prints (maximum 99).
∆ Repeat Steps 2 and 3 to choose other
images and the number of prints for each.
∆ You cannot set the number of print copies
for index prints. You can only choose
which images to print.
∆ Pressing the n button accepts the
settings and restores the menu screen.
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Choosing Images for Printing (DPOF)
Select Range
Choose [Select Range].
∆ In Step 1 on p. 139, choose [Select Range]
and then press the m button.
∆ Choose images according to Steps 2 and
3 on pp. 119 – 120.
Make print settings.
∆ Press the op buttons, choose [Order]
and press the m button.
Y
P
O
Set All Images to Print Once
Choose [Select All Images].
∆ In Step 1 on p. 139, choose [Select All
Images] and then press the m button.
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Make print settings.
∆ Press the qr buttons or turn the – dial to
choose [OK] and press the m button.
Clearing All Selections
Choose [Clear All Selections].
∆ In Step 1 on p. 139, choose [Clear All
Selections] and then press the m button.
All selections will be cleared.
∆ Press the qr buttons or turn the – dial to
choose [OK] and press the m button.
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9
Customizing Camera Settings
You can customize various settings to suit your shooting preferences.
The first part of this chapter explains convenient and commonly used
functions.
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The latter part explains how to change shooting and playback settings
to suit your purposes.
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Changing Camera Settings
You can customize convenient and commonly used functions from the 3 tab
(p. 47).
Change Sounds
You can change each of the camera's operation sounds.
∆ Choose [Sound Options], then press the
m button.
∆ Press the op buttons or turn the – dial
to choose an option.
∆ Press the qr buttons to choose an option.
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1
Preset sounds.
(cannot be modified)
2
Preset sounds.
You can use the included software to
change the sounds.
Even if you change the shutter sound, the shutter sound used for Highspeed Burst (p. 63) will not change.
Turning Off Hints & Tips
When you choose an item in the ø menu (p. 46) or MENU (p. 47), a
description of the function (hints and tips) is displayed. You can turn off this
function.
∆ Choose [Hints & Tips], then press the qr
buttons to choose [Off].
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Changing Camera Settings
Changing the Start-up Screen
You can change the start-up image that appears on the screen when you turn
on the camera.
∆ Choose [Start-up Image], then press the
m button.
∆ Press the qr buttons or turn the – dial to
choose an option.
No start-up image.
1
Preset images. (cannot be modified)
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2
Preset images.
You can set recorded images, and use the
included software to change the images.
Setting a Recorded Image as the Start-up Screen Image
When you press the 1 button and set the camera to Playback mode, you can
register sounds and images.
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∆ Choose [Start-up Image], then press the
m button.
∆ Press the qr buttons to choose [2], then
press the m button.
∆ Press the qr buttons or turn the – dial to
choose the image and press the m button.
∆ Press the qr buttons or turn the – dial to
choose [OK], then press the m button to
complete registration.
Any previously registered start-up image will be overwritten when
registering a new start-up image.
Using the included software to register sounds and the start-up screen image
You can register sounds and start-up screen images that come with the included
software to the camera. Refer to the Software Guide for details.
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Changing Camera Settings
Changing the File Number Assignment
Images you shoot are automatically assigned file numbers in the order they
were taken, from 0001 – 9999, and saved to folders of up to 2,000 images.
You can change the file number assignment.
∆ Choose [File Numbering], then press the
qr buttons to choose an option.
Even if you shoot using a new
memory card, the file numbers are
Continuous assigned consecutively until an
image with the number 9999 is
taken/saved.
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Auto Reset
If you replace the memory card with
a new one, or a new folder is
created, file numbering begins with
0001 again.
• If you use a memory card already containing images, the newly assigned
file numbers may continue the existing numbering for both the
[Continuous] and [Auto Reset] settings. If you want to start over with file
number 0001, format the memory card before use (pp. 22, 51).
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• Refer to the Software Guide for information regarding folder structure or
image types.
Creating Folders by Shooting Date
Images are saved into folders created each month, however, you can also
create folders by shooting date.
∆ Choose [Create Folder] and press the qr
buttons to choose [Daily].
∆ Images will be saved into folders created
on each shooting date.
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Changing Camera Settings
Changing the Lens Retract Time
For safety reasons, the lens retracts about 1 minute after pressing the 1
button when in a Shooting mode (p. 27). If you want the lens to retract
immediately when you press the 1 button, set the retract time to [0 sec.].
∆ Choose [Lens Retract], then press the qr
buttons to choose [0 sec.].
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Turning Off the Power Saving Function
You can set the power saving function (p. 52) to [Off]. Setting it to [On] is
recommended to save battery power.
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∆ Choose [Power Saving], then press the m
button.
∆ Press the op buttons or turn the – dial
to choose [Auto Power Down], then press
the qr buttons to choose [Off].
∆ If you set the power saving function to [Off],
be sure to turn the camera off after use.
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Changing Camera Settings
Setting the Screen Shut-Off Time
You can adjust the time the screen takes to shut off automatically (p. 52). This
also works when [Auto Power Down] is set to [Off].
∆ Choose [Power Saving], then press the m
button.
∆ Press the op buttons or turn the – dial
to choose [Display Off], then press the qr
buttons to choose a time.
∆ In order to save battery power, you should
choose less than [1 min.].
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Using the World Clock
When traveling abroad, you can record images with local dates and times
simply by switching the time zone setting. If you pre-register the destination
time zones, you can enjoy the convenience of not having to switch the Date/
Time settings.
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Set the home time zone.
∆ Choose [Time Zone] and press the m
button.
∆ When setting this for the first time, check
the information that displays on the screen
at the left, and press the m button.
∆ Press the qr buttons or turn the – dial to
choose the home time zone, then press
the m button. To set daylight saving time
(adds 1 hour), press the op buttons to
choose
.
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Changing Camera Settings
Set the world time zone.
∆ Press the op buttons or turn the – dial
to choose [
World], then press the m
button.
∆ Press the qr buttons or turn the – dial to
choose the destination time zone, then
press the m button.
∆ You can also set the daylight saving time
as in Step 1.
Choose the world time zone.
∆ Press the op buttons or turn the – dial
to choose [
World], then press the
n button.
will appear in the [Time Zone] or
shooting screen (p. 162).
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If you change the date or time in the
setting (p. 20), your [
time and date will automatically change.
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Home]
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Changing Shooting Function Settings
If you set the mode switch to 4 and the mode to G, you can change the
settings in the 4 tab (p. 47).
Before attempting to shoot using a function explained in this chapter in
modes other than G mode, check if the function is available in those
modes (pp. 164 – 167).
Turning Off the AF Assist Beam
The lamp will automatically light to assist focusing in low light conditions when
you press the shutter button halfway. You can turn off the lamp.
∆ Choose [AF-assist Beam], then press the
qr buttons to choose [Off].
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Turning Off the Red-Eye Reduction Function
The red-eye reduction lamp lights in order to reduce the red-eye effect that
occurs when shooting in dark conditions with the flash. You can turn off the
lamp.
∆ Choose [Flash Settings], then press the
m button.
∆ Press the op buttons or turn the – dial
to choose [Red-Eye Lamp], then press the
qr buttons to choose [Off].
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Changing Shooting Function Settings
Changing the Image Display Time Right After Shooting
You can change the length of time the images display right after shooting.
∆ Choose [Review], then press the qr
buttons to choose an option.
2 – 10 sec.
Displays images for the set time.
Hold
The image displays until you press
the shutter button halfway.
Off
No image displays
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Changing the Way the Image Displays Right After Shooting
You can change the way the image displays right after shooting.
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∆ Choose [Review Info], then press the qr
buttons to choose an option.
Off
Displays the image only.
Detailed
Displays detailed information
(p. 44).
The area inside the AF frame is
magnified, allowing you to check
Focus Check the focus. The procedure is the
same as in “Checking the Focus”
(p. 113).
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Changing Shooting Function Settings
Displaying the Overlay
You can display gridlines for vertical and horizontal guidance, or a 3:2 guide
to confirm the printable area for postcard size prints.
∆ Choose [Disp. Overlay], then press the qr
buttons to choose an option.
Grid Lines
A grid overlays the display.
3:2 Guide
Gray bars will appear on the
top and bottom of the display.
This area will not print when
printing on paper with a 3:2
aspect ratio.
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Both
• In
Both grid lines, and the 3:2
guide will display.
mode, you cannot set [3:2 Guide] or [Both].
• Grid Lines will not be recorded on the image.
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• The gray areas displayed with [3:2 Guide] are the areas that will not be
printed. The actual image recorded will include the portion in the gray
areas.
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Changing Shooting Function Settings
Changing the IS-Mode Settings
∆ Choose [IS Mode], then press the qr
buttons to choose an option.
Image stabilization is always on.
You can confirm the result directly
Continuous on the display, which makes it
easier to check the composition or
focus.
Shoot Only
Image stabilization is only active at
the moment of shooting.
Image stabilization only counters
up and down motion. This option is
recommended for shooting objects
moving horizontally.
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Panning
• If camera shake is too strong, attach the camera to a tripod. You should
set the IS Mode to [Off] when the camera is attached to a tripod.
• When using [Panning], hold the camera horizontally to shoot. Image
stabilization does not work when the camera is held vertically.
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Changing Playback Function Settings
You can adjust the settings in the 1 tab by pressing the 1 button (p. 47).
Choosing the Image that First Displays in Playback
∆ Choose [Resume], then press the qr
buttons to choose an option.
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Last seen
Resumes with the image last
viewed.
Last shot
Resumes with the most
recently shot image.
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10
Useful Information
This chapter introduces how to use the AC adapter kit and Eye-Fi card
(both sold separately), troubleshooting tips, and contains lists of
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functions and items that appear on the screen. The index also appears
at the end.
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Using Household Power
If you use AC Adapter Kit ACK-DC40 (sold separately), you can use the
camera without worrying about how much charge is left in the battery.
Turn off the camera.
Insert the coupler.
∆ Open the cover (p. 17) and insert the
coupler as shown until it locks into place
with a click.
∆ Close the cover (p. 17).
Terminals
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Plug the cord into the coupler.
∆ Open the cover and fully insert the plug
into the coupler.
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Connect the power cord.
∆ Connect the power cord to the compact
power adapter, then plug the other end into
a power outlet.
∆ You can turn the camera on to use it.
∆ After you finish, turn off the camera and
unplug the power cord from the power
outlet.
Do not unplug the plug or power cord with the camera turned on. This
could erase images you have taken or damage the camera.
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Using an Eye-Fi Card
Before using an Eye-Fi card, be sure to check whether Eye-Fi card use is
authorized in the country or territory of use (p. 16).
When you put a prepared Eye-Fi card into the camera, you can automatically
transfer your images wirelessly to a computer, or upload them to a web
service.
Image transfer is a function of the Eye-Fi card. For details on how to setup
and use the card, and concerning problems transferring images, please refer
to the Eye-Fi card user guide, or contact the manufacturer.
Please keep the following things in mind when using an Eye-Fi card.
• Even if you set [Eye-Fi trans.] to [Disable] (p. 156), the Eye-Fi card may
transmit radio waves. Be sure to remove the Eye-Fi card from the camera
before entering areas that prevent unauthorized transmission of radio waves,
such as hospitals and airplanes.
• If you have trouble transferring images, check the card or computer settings.
For details, refer to the user guide supplied with the card.
• Depending on the connection status of the wireless network, it may take time
to transfer images, or image transfer may be interrupted.
• Due to its transfer function, the Eye-Fi card may become hot.
• Battery consumption will be quicker than in normal use.
• Camera operations will be slower than in normal use. This may be resolved
by setting [Eye-Fi trans.] to [Disable] (p. 156).
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If you put an Eye-Fi card into the camera, the connection status can be
checked in the shooting screen (Information Display) and playback screen
(Simple Information Display).
(Gray)
(Flashing white)
Not connected
Connecting
(White)
Transfer standby
(Animated)
Transferring
Interrupted
Error retrieving Eye-Fi card info
(Turn the camera off and on again. If this continues to appear,
there may be a problem with the card.)
*
will appear on transferred images.
The power saving function does not work while transferring images (p. 52).
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Using an Eye-Fi Card
Checking Connection Information
You can check the Eye-Fi card's access point SSID, or connection status.
Choose [Connection info].
∆ Press the n button, then choose
[Eye-Fi Settings] from the 3 tab, and
press the m button.
∆ Press the op buttons or turn the – dial
to choose [Connection info], then press the
m button.
The Connection info screen will appear.
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Disabling Eye-Fi Transfer
You can set the card to disable Eye-Fi transfer.
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Choose [Disable] in [Eye-Fi trans.].
∆ Press the n button, then choose
[Eye-Fi Settings] from the 3 tab, and
press the m button.
∆ Press the op buttons or turn the – dial
to choose [Eye-Fi trans.], then press the
qr buttons to choose [Disable].
What if [Eye-Fi Settings] does not appear?
[Eye-Fi Settings] will only appear when the Eye-Fi card is inserted in the camera.
If the Eye-Fi card has a write-protect tab, you will not be able to check the
card's connection status, or disable Eye-Fi card transmission when the tab
is in the locked position.
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Troubleshooting
If you think there is a problem with the camera, first check the following. If the
items below do not solve your problem, contact a Canon Customer Support
Help Desk as listed on the included customer support list.
Power
You pressed the power button, but nothing happened.
•
•
•
•
Confirm that the battery is not depleted (p. 15).
Confirm that the battery is properly inserted (p. 17).
Confirm that the memory card/battery cover is securely closed (p. 17).
If the battery terminals are dirty, battery performance will decrease. Clean the
terminals with a cotton swab and re-insert the battery several times.
Battery is consumed quickly.
• Battery performance decreases at low temperatures. Warm the battery, for example,
by placing it in your pocket with the terminal cover on.
Lens will not retract.
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• Do not open the memory card/battery cover while the power is on. After closing the
memory card/battery cover, turn the power on then back off (p. 17).
TV output
Image is distorted or not showing on TV (p. 115).
Shooting
Cannot shoot.
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• When in Playback mode (p. 27), press the shutter button halfway (p. 23).
Screen does not display properly in dark places (p. 45).
Screen does not display properly while shooting.
Please note, the following will not be recorded in still images, but will be recorded in movies.
• When shooting under fluorescent or LED lighting, the screen may flicker or horizontal
lines may appear across the screen.
h appears on the screen and the shot cannot be taken even though the
shutter button was pressed fully (p. 26).
appears when the shutter button was pressed halfway (pp. 26, 64).
•
•
•
•
Set the [IS mode] to [Continuous] (p. 151).
Set the flash to h (p. 71).
Increase the ISO speed (p. 75).
Attach the camera to a tripod.
Image is blurred.
•
•
•
•
•
Press the shutter button halfway to focus on the subject, then press fully to shoot (p. 23).
Shoot the subject within the focusing distance (p. 171).
Set the [AF-assist Beam] to [On] (p. 148).
Confirm that functions which you do not intend to use (macro, etc.) are not set.
Shoot using the focus lock or AF lock (pp. 81, 86).
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Troubleshooting
Even when you press the shutter button halfway, the AF frame does not
appear, and the camera does not focus.
• If you center on the light and dark contrasting area of the subject and push the shutter
button halfway, or repeatedly push the shutter button halfway, the frame will appear
and the camera will focus.
Subject is too dark.
•
•
•
•
Set the flash to h (p. 71).
Adjust the brightness with exposure compensation (p. 71).
Adjust the image with i-Contrast (pp. 92, 131).
Use the AE lock, or spot metering to shoot (pp. 87, 88).
Subject is too bright (overexposed).
•
•
•
•
Set the flash to ! (p. 64).
Adjust the brightness with exposure compensation (p. 71).
Use the AE lock, or spot metering to shoot (pp. 87, 88).
Reduce the light illuminating the subject.
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Image is dark even though the flash fired (p. 26).
• Increase the ISO speed (p. 75).
• Shoot within an appropriate distance for flash photography (p. 71).
Image taken using the flash is too bright (overexposed).
• Shoot within an appropriate distance for flash photography (p. 71).
• Set the flash to ! (p. 64).
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White dots appear on the image when shooting with the flash.
• Light from the flash has reflected off dust particles or other objects in the air.
Image appears rough or grainy.
• Shoot with the ISO speed on a lower setting (p. 75).
• Depending on the Shooting mode, when shooting in a high ISO speed the image may
appear rough or grainy (pp. 56, 75).
Eyes appear red (p. 93).
• Set the [Red-Eye Lamp] to [On] (p. 148). When shooting with the flash, the lamp (on the
front of the camera) lights (p. 42), and for approximately 1 second while the camera is
reducing red-eye, it is not possible to shoot. It is more effective if the subject is looking
directly at the lamp. Even better results can be obtained by increasing the lighting in
indoor settings or approaching closer to the subject.
Recording images to the memory card takes a long time, or continuous
shooting slows down.
• Perform a low-level format of the memory card in the camera (p. 51).
You cannot make settings for shooting functions or in the FUNC. menu.
• The items in which settings can be made differ depending on the shooting mode
(pp. 164 – 167).
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Troubleshooting
Shooting movies
Correct shooting time does not display, or stops.
• Format the memory card in the camera, or use a memory card capable of recording at
high speeds. Even when the shooting time does not display properly, the recorded
video will be the length that it was actually shot (pp. 30, 102).
appeared on the screen and shooting ended automatically.
The camera’s internal memory was insufficient. Try one of the following:
• Perform a low-level format of the memory card in the camera (p. 51).
• Change the image quality setting (p. 102).
• Use a memory card capable of recording at high speeds (p. 102).
Zoom does not operate (p. 101).
Subject appears distorted.
• The subject may appear distorted if it passes quickly in front of the camera while
shooting. This is not a malfunction.
Playback
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Cannot play back images or movies.
• If the file name or folder structure is changed on a computer, you may not be able to
play back images or movies. Refer to the Software Guide for information regarding
folder structure or file names.
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Playback stops, or audio cuts out.
• Use a memory card that has been formatted on this camera (pp. 22, 51).
• If you copy a movie to a memory card that reads slowly, playback may interrupt momentarily.
• Depending on its capabilities, when playing movies, the computer may drop frames or
the audio may cut out.
Computer
Cannot transfer images to a computer.
It may be possible to solve the problem when the camera is connected to the computer
via cable by reducing the transfer speed.
• Press and hold down the n button, then press and hold the o and m buttons
simultaneously. Choose [B] when it appears on the screen, then press the m button.
Eye-Fi Card
Cannot send images (p. 155).
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List of Messages That Appear on the Screen
If error messages appear on the screen, try one of the following solutions.
No memory card
• The memory card is not installed in the correct direction. Install the memory card in the
correct direction (p. 17).
Memory card locked
• The SD memory card, SDHC memory card or SDXC memory card’s write protect tab
is set to “LOCK”. Unlock the write protect tab (pp. 16, 17).
Cannot record!
• You attempted to shoot an image without the a memory card, or with a memory card
installed incorrectly. Install the memory card in the correct direction to shoot (p. 17).
Memory card error (p. 51)
• If the same message appears even when a formatted memory card is installed in the
correct direction, contact your Canon Customer Support Help Desk (p. 17).
Insufficient space on card
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• There is not enough free space on the memory card to shoot (pp. 24, 53, 69, 83) or
edit images (pp. 128 – 132). Erase the images (pp. 28, 121) to open space for new
images, or insert an empty memory card (p. 17).
Change the battery pack. (p. 17)
No Image.
• There are no images recorded on the memory card that can be displayed.
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Protected! (p. 118)
Unidentified Image/Incompatible JPEG/Image too large./Cannot play back AVI/
RAW
• Unsupported images, or images with corrupted data cannot be displayed.
• Images manipulated on a computer, that have had their file name changed, or have
been taken with a different camera may not display.
Cannot magnify!/Cannot rotate/Cannot modify image/Cannot register this
image!/Cannot modify/Cannot assign to category
• Incompatible images cannot be magnified (p. 114), tagged as favorites (p. 125),
rotated (p. 127), edited (pp. 128 – 132), registered to the start-up screen (p. 143),
categorized (p. 123), or added to a print list (pp. 136, 138).
• Images manipulated on a computer, that have had their file name changed, or have
been taken with a different camera may not be magnified, tagged as favorites, rotated,
edited, registered to the start-up screen, categorized, or added to a print list.
• Movies cannot be magnified (p. 114), edited (pp. 128 – 132), added to a print list
(pp. 136, 138), or registered to the start-up screen (p. 143).
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List of Messages That Appear on the Screen
Invalid selection range
• When choosing the selection range (pp. 119, 122, 125, 140), you tried to choose a
starting image that was after the last image or you tried to choose an ending image
that was before the starting image.
Exceeded selection limit
• You chose more than 998 images in print settings. Choose less than 998 images
(p. 139).
• Print settings could not be saved correctly. Reduce the number of selected images and
try again (p. 139).
• You chose 501 or more images in Protect (p. 118), Erase (p. 121), My Category
(p. 123), Favorites (p. 125) and Print Settings (DPOF) (p. 140).
Communication error
• Images could not be transferred to the computer or printed due to the large amount of
images (approx. 1000) stored on the memory card. Use a commercially available USB
card reader to transfer the images. Insert the memory card into the printer’s card slot
to print.
Naming error!
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• The folder or image could not be created because there is an image with the same file
name as the folder or image that the camera is attempting to create, or the highest
possible file number has already been reached. In the 3 menu, change [File
Numbering] to [Auto Reset] (p. 144) or format the memory card (pp. 22, 51).
Lens Error
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• This error can occur if you hold the lens while it is in motion or when using it in a
location with excessive dust or sand in the air.
• If this error message continues to appear, contact a Canon Customer Support Help
Desk as there may be a problem with the lens.
A camera error was detected (Error number)
• If an error code appears directly after taking a picture, the shot may not have been
recorded. Check the image in Playback mode.
• If this error code reappears, note the Error number (Exx) and contact your Canon
Customer Support Help Desk as there may be a problem with the camera.
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Information Displayed on the Screen
Shooting (Information Display)
Battery Charge Indicator
(p. 15)
Camera Orientation*
White Balance (p. 76)
My Colors (p. 78)
i-Contrast (p. 92)
Drive Mode (p. 77)
Camera Shake Warning
(p. 157)
Metering Methods (p. 87)
Compression (Image
Quality) (pp. 73, 102) /
Recording Pixels (p. 73)
Still Images: Recordable
shots (pp. 15, 74)
Movies: Remaining Time/
Elapsed Time
(pp. 30, 102)
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*
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Eye-Fi Connection
Status (p. 155)
AF Frame (p. 84)
Spot AE Point (p. 87)
Digital Zoom
Magnification (p. 65) /
Digital Tele-converter
(p. 66)
Focus Range (p. 72) /
AF Lock (p. 86)
Shooting Mode (p. 42)
Flash Mode
(pp. 64, 71, 89)
Red-Eye Correction
(p. 93)
Date Stamp (p. 67)
ISO Speed (p. 75)
Self-Timer
(pp. 68, 79, 80)
Display Overlay (p. 150)
AE Lock (p. 88) /
FE Lock (p. 88)
Shutter Speed (p. 90)
Aperture Value (p. 91)
Exposure Compensation
(p. 71)
ND Filter (p. 26)
Super Slow Motion Movie
Elapsed Time (p. 101)
Zoom Bar (p. 24)
Blink Detection (p. 94)
Time Zone (p. 146)
Image Stabilizer (p. 151)
: Standard /
: Held vertically
When shooting, the camera detects if it is held vertically or horizontally, and adjusts
settings accordingly for the best shot. It also detects orientation during playback, so you
can hold the camera in either orientation and it will automatically rotate images for correct
viewing.
This function may not operate correctly when the camera is pointed straight up or down.
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Information Displayed on the Screen
Playback (Detailed Information Display)
Print List (p. 136)
My Category (p. 123)
Shooting Mode (p. 42)
ISO Speed (p. 75)
ND Filter (p. 26)
White Balance (p. 76)
Histogram (p. 45)
Compression (Image
Quality) (p. 73) /
(Movies) (p. 102)
Recording Pixels (p. 73)
Eye-Fi Transfer
Complete (p. 155)
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Battery Charge Indicator
(p. 15)
Metering Methods (p. 87)
Folder Number – File
Number (p. 144)
Displayed image number
/ Total number of images
Shutter Speed (p. 90)
Aperture Value (p. 91),
Image Quality (Movies)
(p. 102)
Flash (pp. 64, 71, 89)
i-Contrast (pp. 92, 131)
Focus Range (p. 72)
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File Size (p. 74)
Still Images: Recording
Pixels (p. 73)
Movies: Movie Length
(p. 102)
Image Editing
(pp. 128 – 132)
Protect (p. 118)
Favorites (p. 125)
My Colors (pp. 78, 130)
Exposure Compensation
(p. 71), Exposure Shift
Amount (p. 103)
Red-Eye Correction
(pp. 93, 132)
Shooting Date and Time
(p. 19)
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Functions Available in Each Shooting Mode
4
Shooting Mode
A
Function
Exposure Compensation (p. 71)
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AE Lock (p. 88)/FE Lock (p. 88)
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3 Set up Menu
Item
Options/Summary
Ref. Page
Mute
On/Off*
p. 48
Volume
Set all operation sounds (5 levels).
p. 48
Sound Options
Set the sounds for each camera operation.
p. 142
Hints & Tips
On*/Off
p. 142
LCD Brightness
Set within a range of ±2.
p. 49
Start-up Image
Add an image as start-up image.
p. 143
Format
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File Numbering
Continuous*/Auto Reset
p. 144
Create Folder
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p. 144
Lens Retract
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p. 145
Power Saving
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p. 155
Choose display language.
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Options/Summary
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Slideshow
Plays back images automatically.
p. 111
Erase
Erases images.
p. 121
Protect
Protects images.
p. 118
Rotate
Rotates images.
p. 127
Favorites
Tag or untag images as favorites.
p. 125
My Category
Categorizes images.
p. 123
i-Contrast
Corrects dark portions and contrast in still
images.
p. 131
Red-Eye Correction
Corrects red eyes in still images.
p. 132
Trimming
Trims portions of still images.
p. 129
Resize
Resizes and saves still images.
p. 128
My Colors
Adjusts colors in still images.
p. 130
Scroll Display
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Last seen*/Last shot
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p. 114
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Print
Displays printing screen.
Select Images & Qty.
Chooses individual images for printing.
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Chooses starting and ending images for
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p. 140
Select All Images
Chooses all images for printing.
p. 140
Clear All Selections
Cancels all settings for printing.
p. 140
Print Settings
Sets the printing style.
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Handling Precautions
• This camera is a high-precision electronic device. Do not drop it or subject
it to strong impacts.
• Never place the camera close to magnets, motors or other devices that
generate strong electromagnetic fields. Exposure to strong magnetic fields
may cause malfunctions or corrupt image data.
• If water droplets have fallen onto, or dirt is stuck on the camera or screen,
wipe with a dry soft cloth or eyeglass wiper. Do not rub or apply force.
• Never use cleaners containing organic solvents to wipe the camera or
screen.
• Use a commercially available blower brush to remove dust from the lens.
For stubborn dirt contact a Canon Customer Support Help Desk as listed
on the customer support leaflet supplied with your camera.
• When you move the camera rapidly from cold to hot temperatures,
condensation may form on the internal or external surfaces of the camera.
To avoid condensation, put the camera in an airtight, resealable plastic bag
and let it adjust to temperature changes slowly before removing it from the
bag.
• If condensation has formed, stop using the camera immediately.
Continued use may damage the camera. Remove the battery and memory
card, and wait until the moisture has completely evaporated before
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Specifications
Camera Effective Pixels.......... Approx. 10.0 million
Image Sensor ......................... 1/2.3-inch type CMOS (Total number of pixels: Approx.
10.6 million)
Lens ........................................... 4.9 (W) – 18.6 (T) mm
35mm film equivalent: 28 (W) – 105 (T) mm
f/2.0 (W) – f/5.3 (T)
Zoom Magnification ................ Approx. 3.8x (Up to approx. 15x in combination with the
digital zoom)
LCD Monitor............................ 3.0-inch type TFT LCD color monitor
Approx. 230,000 dots, Picture coverage approx. 100%
AF Frame Mode...................... Face AiAF/Center
Servo AF................................. On/Off
Focusing Range (from end of lens) Auto: 3 cm (1.2 in.) – infinity (W)/30 cm (12 in.) – infinity
(T)
Normal: 5 cm (2.0 in.) – infinity (W)/30 cm (12 in.) – infinity
(T)
Macro: 3 – 50 cm (1.2 in. – 1.6 ft.) (W)
Kids&Pets: 1 m (3.3 ft.) – infinity
Shutter .................................... Mechanical shutter and electronic shutter used together
Shutter Speed......................... 1 – 1/2500 sec.
15 – 1/2500 sec. (Total shutter speed range)
Image Stabilization ................. Lens-shift type
Metering System..................... Evaluative, Center-weighted average or Spot
Exposure Compensation ........ ±2 stops in 1/3-stop increments
ISO speed............................... Auto, ISO 125/200/400/800/1600/3200
(Standard Output Sensitivity,
Recommended Exposure Index)
White Balance......................... Auto, Day Light, Cloudy, Tungsten, Fluorescent,
Fluorescent H, Custom
Built-in Flash ........................... Auto, On, Slow Synchro, Off
* Red-eye correction/Red-eye reduction/FE lock settings
available
Built-in Flash Range ............... 30 cm – 6.0 m (W)/50 cm – 2.0 m (T)
(12 in. – 20 ft. (W)/1.6 – 6.6 ft. (T))
Shooting Modes...................... Auto, Av, Tv, P, Portrait, Night Snapshot, Kids&Pets,
Indoor, Smart Shutter (Smile, Wink Self-Timer, FaceSelfTimer), High-speed Burst, Low Light, Color Accent, Color
Swap, Fish-eye Effect, Miniature Effect, Beach, Foliage,
Snow, Fireworks, Stitch Assist
Movie Mode: Standard, Super Slow Motion Movie, Color
Accent, Color Swap
Continuous Shooting .............. Approx. 3.7 images/sec. (Low Light: Approx. 6.0 images/
sec., High-speed Burst: Approx. 8.4 images/sec.)
Self-timer ................................ Approx. 10-sec./Approx. 2-sec. delay, Custom Timer
i-Contrast ................................ Auto/Off
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Specifications
Recording Media .....................SD memory card, SDHC memory card, SDXC memory
card, MultiMediaCard, MMCplus memory card, HC
MMCplus memory card
File Format ..............................Design rule for Camera File system and DPOF compliant
(version 1.1)
Data Type ...............................Still images: Exif 2.2 (JPEG)
Movies: MOV (Image data: H.264, Audio data: Linear
PCM) (Stereo)
Number of Recording Pixels
(Still images)........Large: 3648 x 2736 pixels
Medium 1: 2816 x 2112 pixels
Medium 2: 2272 x 1704 pixels
Medium 3: 1600 x 1200 pixels
Small: 640 x 480 pixels
Widescreen: 3648 x 2048 pixels
(Movies)...............1280 x 720 pixels (30 frames/sec.)*1
640 x 480 pixels (30 frames/sec.)*1
320 x 240 pixels (30 frames/sec.)*1
320 x 240 pixels (240 frames/sec.)*2 (Super Slow Motion
Movie)
*1 Actual frame rate is 29.97 frames/sec.
*2 Actual frame rate is 239.76 frames/sec.
Compression (Still images) .....Fine, Normal
Number of Possible Shots
(CIPA compliant) .....................Approx. 250 images
Playback Function...................Single Image, Movie, Magnified Focus, Index, Magnified,
Filtered Playback, Slideshow, Scroll Display, Smart
Shuffle
Editing Function ......................Erase, Protect, My Category, Favorites, Resize, My
Colors, i-Contrast, Trimming, Rotate, Red-Eye Correction
Direct Print Type .....................PictBridge capable
Interface ..................................Digital input/output: Hi-Speed USB (mini-B compatible)*
HDMI (HDMI mini connector)
Analog audio output: Stereo*
Analog video output: NTSC/PAL selectable*
* Dedicated connector (female) with unified type of digital,
audio/video
Communication Settings .........MTP, PTP
Power ......................................Battery Pack NB-6L (rechargeable lithium-ion battery)
AC Adapter Kit ACK-DC40 (sold separately)
Operating Temperatures .........0 – 40 °C (32 – 104 °F)
Operating Humidity .................10 – 90 %
Dimensions (CIPA compliant) .100.0 x 54.1 x 23.6 mm (3.94 x 2.13 x 0.93 in.)
Weight (CIPA compliant).........Approx. 175 g (6.17 oz.) (Including the battery and
memory card)
Approx. 150 g (5.29 oz.) (Camera body only)
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Specifications
Battery Pack NB-6L
Type........................................ Rechargeable lithium-ion battery
Voltage.................................... 3.7 V DC
Capacity.................................. 1000 mAh
Charging cycles ...................... Approx. 300 times
Operating temperature............ 0 – 40 °C (32 – 104 °F)
Dimensions ............................. 34.4 x 41.8 x 6.9 mm (1.35 x 1.65 x 0.27 in.)
Weight..................................... Approx. 21 g (0.74 oz.)
Battery Charger CB-2LY/CB-2LYE
Rated input ............................. 100 – 240 V AC (50/60 Hz), 0.085 A (100 V) – 0.05 A (240
V)
Rated output ........................... 4.2 V DC, 0.7 A
Charge time ............................ Approx. 1 hour 55 min.
Operating temperature............ 0 – 40 °C (32 – 104 °F)
Dimensions ............................. 58.6 x 86.4 x 24.1 mm (2.31 x 3.40 x 0.95 in.)
Weight..................................... Approx. 70 g (2.47 oz.) (CB-2LY)
Approx. 61 g (2.15 oz.) (CB-2LYE) (excluding power cord)
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• Camera specifications or appearance are subject to change without notice.
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Index
Numerics
3:2 Guide ........................................... 150
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AC Adapter Kit ............................. 38, 154
Accessories.......................................... 37
AE Lock........................................ 88, 103
AF Frames ........................................... 25
AF J Focus
AF Lock ................................................ 86
AV Cable ................................................ 2
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Camera Shake ............................. 64, 151
Color Accent (Scene Mode) ......... 95, 100
Color Swap (Scene Mode) ........... 96, 100
Components Guide .............................. 42
Compression J Image Quality
Continuous Shooting............................ 77
High-speed Burst............................. 63
Control Dial ............................................ 8
Custom
White Balance ................................. 76
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Adding to Image .............................. 67
Changing ......................................... 20
Date/Time Battery ........................... 19
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Battery Charger ............................... 14
Charge Indicator.............................. 15
Date/Time Battery ........................... 19
Power Saving .................. 52, 145, 146
Recharge......................................... 14
Battery Charger.................................... 14
Beach (Scene Mode) ........................... 55
Black and White Images ...................... 78
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World Clock ................................... 146
Date and Time J Date/Time
Default Settings.................................... 50
Deleting J Erasing
DIGITAL CAMERA Solution Disk........... 2
Digital Tele-Converter .......................... 66
Digital Zoom ......................................... 65
Display Language ................................ 21
Display Overlay .................................. 150
DPOF ......................................... 136, 138
Editing
i-Contrast ....................................... 131
My Colors ...................................... 130
Red-Eye Correction ....................... 132
Resizing (Making Images Smaller) 128
Trimming ....................................... 129
Equipment
Default Settings ............................... 50
Holding the Camera ........................ 13
Erasing All Images ............................. 121
Erasing Images ............................ 28, 121
Error Messages.................................. 160
Exposure
AE Lock ................................... 88, 103
Correction ........................................ 71
FE Lock ........................................... 88
Shift ............................................... 103
Eye-Fi Card ........................................ 155
Eye-Fi Card
J Memory Card
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Face AiAF ............................................ 84
Face Detect.......................................... 84
Factory Settings J Default Settings
Favorites ............................................ 125
FE Lock ................................................ 88
File Numbering................................... 144
Index
Filtered Playback ............................... 109
Fireworks (Scene Mode)...................... 56
Fish-eye Effect (Scene Mode) ............. 57
Flash
Off ................................................... 64
On ................................................... 71
Slow Synchro .................................. 89
Focus
AF Frame Mode .............................. 84
AF Frames ...................................... 25
AF Lock ........................................... 86
AF-Point Zoom ................................ 85
Servo AF ......................................... 86
Focus Check...................................... 113
Focus Lock .......................................... 81
Focus Range ....................................... 72
Format J Memory Card, Formatting
Formatting (Memory Card) .................. 22
FUNC. Menu
List ................................................ 164
Menu ............................................... 46
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Infinity .................................................. 72
Interface Cable ........................ 2, 35, 134
ISO Speed ........................................... 75
K
Kids&Pets ............................................ 55
L
Lamp ................................ 42, 43, 45, 148
LCD monitor J Screen
Low level formatting ............................. 51
Low Light (Scene Mode) ...................... 55
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Grid Lines .......................................... 150
H
Histogram ............................................ 45
Household Power .............................. 154
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Image Quality J Compression Ratio
Images
Display Time ................................. 149
Editing J Editing
Erasing Images ............................. 121
Playback J View
Protect........................................... 118
Indicator ............................................... 45
Indoor................................................... 55
M
Macro ................................................... 72
Magnified Display .............................. 114
Memory Card ....................................... 16
Available Shots ......................... 18, 74
Formatting ................................. 22, 51
Memory Card J Card
Menu
Basic Operations............................. 47
List................................................. 166
Metering Method .................................. 87
Miniature Effect (Scene Mode) ............ 58
Mode Switch ........................................ 42
Movie
Editing ........................................... 105
Image Quality (Frame Rate).......... 102
Recording Pixels ........................... 102
Shooting Time ......................... 30, 102
Viewing (Playback).................. 31, 104
MultiMediaCard/MMCplus/
HC MMCplus Memory Card J Memory
Card
My Category ...................................... 123
My Colors..................................... 78, 130
N
Night Snapshot .................................... 54
Number of Shots ...................... 15, 18, 74
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Index
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Package Contents J Accessories
Panoramic Photos................................ 98
Personal Printing Guide ......................... 2
PictBridge........................................... 134
Playback Button ............................. 27, 43
Playback J View
Playback With Transition Effects ....... 114
Portrait ................................................. 54
Postcard Size ....................................... 74
Power J Battery, AC Adapter
Power Saving ....................... 52, 145, 146
Print Settings (DPOF) ................ 136, 138
Printer ................................................ 134
Printing ............................................... 134
Program AE ......................................... 70
Protect................................................ 118
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Recording Pixels (Image Size)............. 73
Red-Eye
Auto Correction ............................... 93
Correction...................................... 132
Reduction ...................................... 148
Resizing (Making Images Smaller) .... 128
Rotate ................................................ 127
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Safety Shift........................................... 91
Screen
Display Language............................ 21
Print List ................................ 162, 163
Switching the Display ...................... 44
Scroll Display ..................................... 109
SD/SDHC/SDXC Memory Card
J Memory Card
Self-Timer
10 second Self-Timer ...................... 68
Delay and Number of Shots Changing
........................................................ 80
Two Second Self-Timer................... 79
176
Wink Self-Timer ............................... 60
Sepia Tones ......................................... 78
Servo AF .............................................. 86
Shooting Date and Time J Date/Time
Shooting Using a TV ............................ 81
Shutter Button ................................ 23, 42
Slideshow........................................... 111
Smart Shuffle ..................................... 117
Smart Shutter
Face Self-Timer ............................... 61
Smart Shutter (Scene Mode)........... 59
Wink Self-Timer ............................... 60
Snow (Scene Mode)............................. 56
Software
DIGITAL CAMERA Solution Disk ...... 2
Software Guide.................................. 2
Transferring Images to a Computer for
Viewing ............................................ 33
Sound Settings..................................... 48
Stitch Assist.......................................... 98
Strap................................................. 2, 13
T
Terminal ............................... 35, 115, 154
Time Zone .......................................... 146
Tone (White Balance) .......................... 76
Travel Abroad............................... 15, 146
Trimming ............................................ 129
Troubleshooting ................................. 157
V
Video J Movies
View
Index Display ................................. 108
Magnified Display .......................... 114
Single Image Playback .................... 27
Slideshow ...................................... 111
Viewing Images on a TV ............... 115
Viewing Images on a TV .................... 115
Index
W
White Balance...................................... 76
Wide (Recording Pixels) ................ 73, 74
Wink Self-Timer ................................... 60
World Clock ....................................... 146
Wrist Strap J Strap
Z
Zoom........................................ 24, 29, 65
C
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MEMO
C
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MEMO
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