Canon EOS Rebel K2 - EOS Rebel K2 35mm Date SLR Camera Troubleshooting guide

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INSTRUCTIONS
Thank you for purchasing a Canon product.
The EOS REBEL K2 (DATE) / 3000V (DATE) is a very compact
autofocus, single-lens reflex camera. It can be used for a wide
variety of subjects and situations with fully automatic and usercontrolled shooting modes.
Read this Instructions and familiarize yourself with your new camera
before taking pictures.
Also read “Handling Cautions” on page 4 to prevent camera
malfunction and damage.
Keep this instruction booklet handy for easy reference.
Before Using Your Camera
• Before shooting an important event, be sure to take test shots
to make sure the camera operates properly.
• EOS cameras have a lens mount for dedicated operation
(autofocusing, exposure control, etc.) with Canon EF lenses.
Using a non-Canon EF lens with an EOS camera may not
result in proper camera or lens operation. Note that the
warranty does not cover any camera malfunction or damage
occurring with the use of non-Canon products.
Conventions Used in this Instructions
• The <l> icon indicates the Main Dial.
• All operation procedures described in this booklet assume that
the Mode Dial is set to a mode except <:>. Before
proceeding with any operation, be sure that the Mode Dial is
set to a shooting mode.
• Reference page numbers are indicated by (p.∗∗).
• The camera control icons and markings used in this booklet
correspond to the actual icons and markings found on the
camera.
• The (˜) and (∫) icons indicate that the respective function
remains in effect for 4 and 6 sec. respectively after the button
is released.
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Contents
Conventions Used in this Instructions ................................2
Handling Cautions ..............................................................4
Nomenclature .....................................................................6
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Before You Start...................................................11
Installing the Batteries ......................................................11
Checking the Battery Level...............................................12
Mounting and Detaching a Lens.......................................13
How the Shutter Button Works .........................................14
=Loading and Unloading Film ........................................15
¢Midroll Rewind ......................................................16
2
Fully Automatic Shooting ...................................17
Since everything is automatic, all you do is press the
shutter button.
3
User-Controlled Shooting...................................27
You can set the desired shutter speed or aperture value to
obtain the exposure you want. You take control of the
camera.
Reference .............................................................44
Symbols
The Caution symbol alerts you to actions to prevent
shooting problems.
The Note symbol gives supplemental information.
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Handling Cautions
Camera Care and Storage
• The camera is a precision instrument. Do not drop it or subject it to
physical shock.
• The camera is not waterproof and should not be used in wet
conditions or underwater. If the camera gets wet, take it to your
nearest Canon dealer as soon as possible. If small amounts of
water splash onto the camera, wipe it with a clean dry cloth. If the
camera is exposed to salty air, wipe it thoroughly with a slightly
damp cloth.
• Do not leave the camera in places prone to excessive heat such as
in a car on a sunny day. Excessive heat can cause the camera to
malfunction.
• The camera contains precision electronic circuitry. Never attempt to
disassemble the camera.
• Use only a blower brush to blow away any dust on the lens,
eyepiece, mirror, focusing screen, film compartment, etc. Do not
clean the camera body or lens with any cleaner containing an
organic solvent. For stubborn dirt, consult your nearest Canon
dealer.
• The shutter curtains are extremely thin. Use only a blower to clean
them. Be careful not to blow air too forcefully on the shutter
curtains. The shutter curtains can be easily deformed or damaged.
Also, when loading and unloading film, be careful not to touch the
shutter curtains.
• Do not touch the electrical contacts with your fingers. Otherwise
corrosion may develop on the contacts, resulting in improper
camera operation.
• If the camera is not to be used for an extended period, remove the
battery. Store the camera in a well-ventilated, cool, dry place.
During the storage period, press the shutter button to release the
shutter a few times once in a while.
• Avoid storing the camera in a laboratory, cabinet, etc., where
corrosive chemicals are present.
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• If you have not used the camera for some time or are planning to
take shots you will not want to lose (overseas vacation, etc.), have
the camera checked by your Canon dealer beforehand, or check
for yourself that the camera components are working properly.
LCD Displays
By their nature, LCD displays react more slowly at low
temperatures, and may appear dark at high temperatures. The
display will return to normal at room temperature.
Batteries
• Before installing the batteries, wipe the battery contacts to remove
any fingerprints and smudges. This is to prevent faulty connections
and corrosion.
• Never disassemble or recharge the batteries. Also, never store a
battery in high-temperature places or short circuit the battery
contacts or toss a battery into a fire.
• Although the batteries work well even at low temperatures, battery
performance may decline slightly at freezing temperatures. In such
a case, keep spare batteries warm in a pocket, etc., and use and
warm the batteries alternately.
How Low Battery Levels Affect Camera Operation
On the LCD panel, if the <π> icon blinks or it is not displayed, a
proper exposure can still be obtained as long as the shutter
releases. However, when the battery level is low, film advance and
auto rewind might stop midway or not work at all and <π> icon
may blink on the LCD panel. After the batteries are replaced with
new ones, film advance will be possible and film rewind can resume
by pressing the <¢> button.
Lens Electrical Contacts
After detaching the lens from the camera, put
on the lens caps or put down the lens with
the rear end up to avoid scratching the lens
surface and electrical contacts.
Contacts
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Nomenclature
• Reference page numbers are indicated by (p.∗∗).
Built-in flash /
AF-assist beam
(p.43/19)
Mode Dial (p.10)
<l> Main Dial
Shutter button (p.14)
*Remote control
sensor / Self-timer/
*Remote control
lamp (p.24/23/24)
Red-eye reduction lamp
(p.22)
Hot shoe
Flash-sync contact
<M> Flash button
(p.43)
<£>
Film plane
mark
Strap
mount
(p.7)
Grip / Battery
compartment
(p.11)
Lens release
button (p.13)
Focus mode switch
(p.13)
Zooming ring
Focusing ring (p.30)
Body cap (p.13)
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* DATE Model only
**With an EX-series Speedlite.
Viewfinder eyepiece
<∑> Aperture value setting /
Exposure compensation /
*SET button (p.36/38/26)
Eyecup (p.24)
Film check
window
<j> AE lock (p.40) /
**FE lock button
Back
cover
release
lever
(p.15)
<3> AF point
selection button
(p.28)
Back cover
<\>
Function button
(p.22, 25, 26,
39, 41, 42)
LCD
panel
(p.8)
Guide hole
Battery compartment
cover (p.11)
Tripod socket
<¢> Midroll rewind button
(p.16)
Battery compartment
cover release lever (p.11)
<^> Film advance mode /
Self-timer/*Remote control button
(p.31/23/24)
Attaching the Strap
2
Pass the end of the strap through the
camera’s strap mount from the bottom. Then
pass it through the strap’s buckle as shown
in the illustration. Pull the strap to make sure
it does not slip out of the buckle.
• The eyepiece cover is also attached to the
strap. (p.24)
1
3
4
Eyepiece cover
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Nomenclature
LCD Panel
Shutter speed
ISO film speed
Date
**FE lock
<?> Manual focus
Aperture value
Red-eye reduction setting
AEB amount
Date
DATE Model
<;> Date
AF point mark
Film advance
mode
<J> Single frame
<H> Continuous
shooting
<´> Self-timer/
Remote control
Battery level mark
<=> Film mark
Non-DATE Model
<D> ISO film speed
<F> Red-eye reduction
<<> Multiple
exposures
<L> AEB
<>> Function pointer
Frame counter
Multiple-exposure setting
Self-timer operation
Remote control operation
Exposure level indicator
Exposure compensation amount
AEB level
Red-eye reduction lamp-on indicator
Film transport indicator
**With an EX-series Speedlite.
• The actual display will show only the
applicable items.
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Viewfinder Information
AF points (7)
<j> AE lock /
**FE lock
AEB in progress
<M> Flash-ready
**Improper FE lock
warning
<|> **High-speed sync
(FP flash)
Shutter speed
**FE lock
Focusing screen
<n> Focus
confirmation light
Exposure level indicator
Exposure compensation
amount
AEB level
Red-eye reduction
lamp-on indicator
AF point mark
Aperture value
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Nomenclature
Mode Dial
The dial is divided into two zones.
ea
Cr
tive
Zone
OFF
Full Auto
Im a g e Zon
e
B a sic Zone
1 Basic Zone
Fully automatic mode where
the camera takes care of
everything.
Y : Full Auto (p.18)
Basically, all you do is point
and shoot.
Image Zone (p.20)
Fully automatic modes for a
particular subject.
U : Portrait
I : Landscape
O : Close-up
P : Sports
A : Night Portrait
S : Flash off
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2 Creative Zone
Semi-automatic and manual
modes enable you to take
control of the camera to
obtain the desired result.
T
: Program AE (p.32)
R : Shutter-priority AE
(p.34)
E : Aperture-priority AE
(p.35)
W
: Manual exposure
(p.36)
Q : Automatic Depth-offield AE (p.37)
3 : : OFF
1 Before You Start
Installing the Batteries
∗ Batteries are not included in camera body only (not kit) sold in North
America. Obtain batteries separately.
The camera uses two CR2 lithium batteries.
the battery compartment
1 Open
cover.
2
• Slide the release lever in the
direction shown by the arrow in the
diagram, and open the cover.
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the batteries.
2 Install
• Make sure the battery contacts (+
and –) are properly oriented as
shown.
• Do not mix old and new batteries.
the battery compartment
3 Close
cover.
• Press the cover until it snaps shut.
• The date and time must be set. See
page 26. (DATE Model only)
For places where CR2 batteries may not be easily available, take
spare batteries with you. Also carry spare batteries for extended
shooting sessions.
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Checking the Battery Level
Check the battery level after replacing the batteries and before
using the camera.
Turn the Mode Dial to a shooting
mode.
• The camera will then turn on and the
LCD panel will display one of the
following battery level mark:
: Battery level OK.
: The battery level is low. Keep
spare batteries handy.
: The batteries will soon be
completely exhausted.
: Replace the batteries.
Battery Life
(With 24-ex. rolls)
Temperature 0% Flash Use 50% Flash Use 100% Flash Use
At 20˚C
67 rolls
30 rolls
22 rolls
At –10˚C
44 rolls
20 rolls
15 rolls
• The battery life shown above is based on Canon’s testing
conditions with new batteries.
• If nothing is displayed on the LCD panel, the batteries may have
been installed incorrectly. Take out the batteries and install
correctly.
• If you often press the shutter button halfway for a prolonged
period or just autofocus without taking a picture, the battery life
will be affected.
• When not using the camera, set the Mode Dial to <:>.
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Mounting and Detaching a Lens
Mounting a Lens
the caps.
1 Remove
• Remove the rear lens cap and the
camera body cap.
the lens.
2 Mount
• Align the red dots on the lens and
camera and turn the lens as shown
by the arrow until it snaps in place.
Red dots
the lens, set the focus mode
3 On
switch to <AF>.
• If the focus mode switch is set to
<MF>, autofocus will not operate.
1
2
1
4
Remove the front lens cap.
Detaching the Lens
While pressing the lens release
button, turn the lens as shown
by the arrow.
2
1
• Turn the lens until it stops, then
detach it.
3
• Keep the removed caps where you will not lose them.
• <AF> stands for “Auto Focus,” and <MF> stands for “Manual
Focus.”
• An EF-S lens cannot be attached to the camera.
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How the Shutter Button Works
The shutter button has two stages. You can press it down halfway or
fully. The two levels of shutter button operation are as follows:
When it is pressed halfway:
• Pressing the shutter button down
halfway activates autofocusing
(AF), and also activates the
automatic exposure (AE)
mechanism and sets the shutter
speed and aperture value.
• The exposure (the combination of
shutter speed and aperture value)
appears on the LCD panel and in
the viewfinder (˜).
When it is pressed fully:
• The shutter is released to take the
picture and the film advances by
one frame.
If an Extender (optional) is used and the maximum aperture (the
lowest f/number) of the lens becomes smaller than f/5.6,
autofocusing will not operate.
Camera movement during the moment of exposure is called
camera shake. Camera shake can cause blurred pictures. To
prevent blurred pictures due to camera shake:
• Hold the camera steady.
· Firmly grasp the camera grip with your right hand, and press
your both elbows lightly against your body.
· Hold the lens at the bottom with your left hand.
· Press the camera against your face and look through the viewfinder.
· To maintain a stable stance, place one foot in front of the other
instead of lining up both feet.
• Use your finger tip to touch the shutter button, grasp the camera
with your entire right hand, then press the shutter button gently.
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=Loading and Unloading Film
Loading Film
After you load the film, the camera first winds the entire roll onto the
camera’s take-up spool. With DX-coded film, the camera
automatically sets the film’s ISO speed. Then each time a picture is
taken, one frame of film is rewound back into the film cartridge. The
frame counter shows always number of shots remaining.
the Mode Dial to any
1 Turn
setting except <:>.
the back cover.
2 Open
•
the film cartridge at a
3 Insert
slight angle.
the film leader edge with
4 Align
the <§> mark.
Slide down the back cover release
lever and open the back.
• Hold down the film cartridge while
Wrong
pulling out the film leader. If you
pull out the film leader too much,
rewind it back into the film
cartridge.
the back cover.
5 Close
•
Close the back cover until it snaps
shut.
s Film prewind will start and there will
be a shutter-release sound about
10 sec. later. The <=> icon and
frame count will also be displayed
on the LCD panel.
s During the film prewind, the ISO
speed will be displayed on the LCD
panel.
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=Loading and Unloading Film
• The shutter curtains have been manufactured with very high
precision. Never touch them with your fingers. When loading film,
do not touch or damage the curtains with your fingers or film.
• In hot and humid environments, do not remove the film packaging
until you are ready to load the film.
• Infrared film cannot be used with this camera.
If the film is not loaded properly, the <=> icon will blink on the LCD
panel and the shutter will not work. Reload the film cartridge
properly.
Unloading Film
After the film’s last frame is exposed, the camera rewinds the film
automatically.
After the film is rewound, there will
be a shutter-release sound. Check
that the <=> icon is blinking on the
LCD panel, then open the back
cover and take out the film cartridge.
¢Midroll Rewind
To rewind the film in midroll, follow the procedure below.
Press the <¢> button.
s Film
rewind will begin.
• Make sure the <=> icon is
blinking, then take out film
cartridge.
If you take out the film cartridge in midroll without rewinding the film
and then load a new roll of film and press the shutter button
completely, the new film will only rewind into the cartridge. Before
loading a new roll of film in this case, close the camera back and
press the shutter button.
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Fully Automatic Shooting
YFull Auto Mode ......................................................18
AF-Assist beam with the Built-in Flash .................19
2
Programmed Image Control Modes ...........................20
UPortrait / ILandscape / OClose-up /
PSports / ANight Portrait / SFlash off
FUsing Red-eye Reduction .....................................22
q Self-timer Operation ..............................................23
K Wireless Remote Control (DATE Model only) ...........24
Using the Eyepiece Cover ..........................................24
;Imprinting the Date or Time (DATE Model only) ......25
This chapter describes how to use the camera’s Basic Zone modes
<Y> <U> <I> <O> <P> <A> <S> for quick and easy
shooting. In these modes, all you do is point and shoot. Also, to
prevent accidental operation, the <3> <H> <j> <L> <<>
<D> buttons are disabled.
Turn the Mode Dial to <Y>, <U>,
<I>, <O>, <P>, <A> or <S>.
• The picture-taking procedure is the same
as with the “<Y> Full Auto mode” on
page 18.
B
as
ic
Zone
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YFull Auto Mode
All you do is point the camera and press the shutter button.
Everything is automatic so it is easy to photograph any subject. With
seven AF points to focus the subject, anyone can just point and
shoot.
1 Turn the Mode Dial to <Y>.
any of the AF points on the
2 Aim
subject.
• The main subject, as determined
by the camera, will be focused by
one of the AF points.
• To focus a subject not covered by
any of the AF points, see “Focus
Lock” on page 29.
AF point
the subject.
3 Focus
• Press the shutter button halfway to
focus.
s When
Shutter speed
Aperture value
AF point mark
necessary, the built-in flash
will pop up automatically.
s When focus is achieved, the AF
point mark and focus confirmation
light <n> in the viewfinder will
flash.
the exposure setting.
4 Check
The shutter speed and aperture
s
value will be set automatically and
displayed in the viewfinder and on
the LCD panel.
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the picture.
5 Take
• Compose the shot and press the
shutter button fully.
• If you want to zoom, do it before focusing. Turning the zooming
ring after achieving focus may throw off the focus.
• If the built-in flash’s pop-up operation is obstructed, the <π>
icon will blink on the LCD panel. Press the shutter button halfway
to resolve the problem.
• When focus is achieved, the autofocus and auto exposure setting
will also be locked.
• If the focus confirmation light <n> blinks, the picture cannot be
taken. (p.30)
• Out of the seven AF points, the one covering the closest subject is
selected automatically to achieve focus.
• If multiple AF point marks will light, it means that all of them have
achieved focus at the respective points.
• In the Basic Zone modes (except <I> <P> <S> ), the built-in
flash will pop up and fire automatically in low-light or backlit
conditions. To retract the flash, push it back down.
AF-Assist beam with the Built-in Flash
Under low-light conditions, the built-in flash fires a brief burst of
flashes when you press the shutter button halfway. This is to
illuminate the subject to enable easier autofocusing.
• The AF-assist beam does not function in the <I> <P> <S>
modes.
• The built-in flash’s AF-assist beam is effective up to about 4
meters/13.1 feet.
• In the Creative Zone modes when the built-in flash is popped up
with the <M> button, the AF-assist beam may be emitted.
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Programmed Image Control Modes
Select a shooting mode to suit the target subject, and the camera
will be set to obtain the best results.
U
Portrait
This mode blurs the background to make the
human subject stand out.
• Holding down the shutter button executes
continuous shooting.
• To improve the background blur, use a
telephoto lens and fill the frame with the
subject or have the subject stand farther away
from the background.
I Landscape
This is for wide scenic views, night scenes,
etc.
• Using a wide-angle lens will further enhance
the depth and breadth of the picture.
O
Close-up
Use this mode to take close-up shots of
flowers, insects, etc.
• As much as possible, focus the subject at the
lens’ closest focusing distance.
• To obtain a larger magnification, use the
telephoto end of a zoom lens.
A blinking shutter speed indicates that the shutter speed is too slow
to prevent a blurred picture due to camera shake. Be careful to hold
the camera steady and press the shutter button smoothly, or use a
tripod. (The shutter speed indicator still blinks when you use a
tripod, but camera shake will not be a problem.)
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P Sports
This is for fast-moving subjects when you
want to freeze the action.
• The camera will first track the subject with the
center AF point. Focus tracking will then
continue with any of the seven AF points
covering the subject.
• While you hold down the shutter button,
focusing will continue for continuous shooting.
• Using a telephoto lens and ISO 400 or higher
speed film is recommended.
A
Night Portrait
This mode is for taking pictures of people at
twilight or at night. The flash illuminates the
subject while a slow sync speed obtains a
natural-looking exposure of the background.
• If you want to photograph only a night scene
(without people), use the <I> mode
instead.
• Tell the subject to keep still even after the
flash fires.
S Flash off
You can disable the flash when you do not
want it to fire.
• The built-in flash or any external Speedlite will
not fire.
In the <A> mode, use a tripod to prevent camera shake.
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FUsing Red-eye Reduction (with the built-in flash)
When flash is used in a low-light environment, the subject’s eyes
may come out red in the photograph. To reduce this “Red eye” the
red-eye reduction lamp shines a light into the subject’s eyes before
the flash is fired. Red-eye reduction works in all shooting modes
except <I> <P> <S>.
the <>> arrow to the
1 Move
<F> icon on the LCD panel.
• Look at the LCD panel and press
the <\> button to move the
arrow. (∫)
Turn the <l> dial to set “
2 on
the LCD panel.
”
• Press the shutter button halfway to
return to normal camera operation.
• To cancel red-eye reduction, set
“
” on the LCD panel.
• When you press the shutter button
halfway, the red-eye reduction lamp-on
indicator will appear in viewfinder and
on the LCD panel.
• Red-eye reduction will not work unless
Red-eye reduction
the subject looks at the red-eye reduction
lamp-on indicator
lamp. Tell the subject to look at the lamp.
• For maximum effectiveness, press the shutter button fully after the
red-eye reduction lamp turns off (after 1.5 sec.).
• You can take a picture even while the red-eye reduction lamp is lit.
• The effectiveness of red-eye reduction varies depending on the
subject.
• To further increase the effectiveness of red-eye reduction, go to a
brighter environment or move closer to the subject.
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qSelf-timer Operation
You can use self-timer in any Basic mode or Creative mode. We
recommend using a tripod when you use the self-timer.
the <^> button.
1 Press
• While looking at the LCD panel,
press the <^> button to select
<´>.
the picture.
2 Take
• The picture-taking procedure is the
same as with the <Y> Full Auto
mode on page 18.
• Look through the viewfinder and
press the shutter button fully to
start the self-timer.
s The picture will be taken about 10
sec. later.
First 8 sec.: Self-timer lamp blinks
slowly.
Final 2 sec.: Self-timer lamp blinks
quickly.
s During the self-timer operation, the
LCD panel counts down the
seconds until the picture is taken.
Do not stand in front of the camera when you press the shutter
button to start the self-timer. Doing so prevents the camera from
focusing on the subject.
• To cancel the self-timer after it starts, press the <^> button.
• When using the self-timer to take a picture of only yourself, first
lock the focus (p.29) on an object at the same distance where you
will be in the picture.
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KWireless Remote Control (DATE Model only)
With Remote Controller RC-5 (optional), wireless operation is
possible up to 5 m/16.4 ft away from the front of the camera.
the <^> button.
1 Press
• While looking at the LCD panel,
press the <^> button to select
<´>.
the picture.
2 Take
• Point the controller toward the
Remote control sensor
camera’s remote control sensor
and press the transmit button.
s Taken about 2 sec. later.
• The indicator will be the same as
during the last 2 sec. of the self-timer.
Certain types of fluorescent lights might cause the remote control
operation to work improperly. Place the camera away from any
fluorescent lights as far as possible.
If you set <´> and do nothing for four minutes, the remote control
mode will be canceled automatically to save battery power.
Using the Eyepiece Cover
During self-timer or remote control operation when your eye does
not cover the viewfinder eyepiece, stray light may enter the
eyepiece and affect the exposure when the picture is taken. To
prevent this, use the eyepiece cover to cover the eyepiece. (p.7)
the eyecup from the
1 Remove
eyepiece.
the eyepiece cover.
2 Attach
• Slide the eyepiece cover down into
the eyepiece groove to attach it.
When you reattach the eyecup, press it with your fingers so that it is
attached tightly to the camera.
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;Imprinting the Date or Time (DATE Model only)
The camera has a date feature with
an automatic calendar to 2099. It
can imprint the date or time on the
photograph as shown in the left
photo.
The date or time can be imprinted in
any shooting mode.
Date position
the <>> arrow to <;>.
1 Move
• Look at the LCD panel and press
the <\> button. (∫)
• If the date and time has not been
set, “
” will blink on the LCD
panel. See page 26 to set the date
and time.
the date format.
2 Select
• Turn the <l> dial.
s The
date format will change in the
following loop:
Year, month, day
Month, day, year
Blank
Day, month, year
Day, hour, minute
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;Imprinting the Date or Time
(DATE Model only)
Setting the Date and Time
1 Move the <>> arrow to <;>.
the digit to be set.
2 Select
• Press the <[> button.
• The digit selection will change in
the following sequence: year,
month, day, hour, minute, “ ”.
the correct number.
3 Set
• Turn the <l> dial.
• Repeat steps 2 and 3 until all the
date and time digits are set correctly.
the date and time setting.
4 Finalize
• Keep pressing the <[> button
until no digits are blinking.
• If you press the <[> button while
“ ” is blinking, 0 sec. will be set.
If a picture is taken while the date and time are blinking, the date
and time will not be imprinted on that picture.
The date and time setting can be retained for about 10 min. after
the camera’s batteries are removed.
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User-Controlled Shooting
3Selecting an AF point.............................................28
Focus Lock.............................................................29
3
When Autofocus Fails (Manual Focusing)...................30
HSelecting the Film Advance Mode .........................31
Metering Modes ..........................................................31
T Program AE ............................................................32
R Shutter-Priority AE................................................34
E Aperture-Priority AE .............................................35
W Manual Exposure ...................................................36
Q Automatic Depth-of-Field AE .............................37
∑Exposure Compensation.....................................38
LAuto Exposure Bracketing (AEB)...........................39
jAE Lock ..................................................................40
Bulb Exposures ...........................................................41
<Multiple Exposures ................................................41
D Setting the ISO Film Speed..................................42
Crea
tiv
Using the Built-in Flash ...............................................43
e
ne
Zo
With Creative Zone modes, you can set
the desired shutter speed or aperture
value to obtain the exposure you want. You
take control of the camera.
• In Creative Zone modes, you can select
the desired AF point and set the film
advance mode, exposure compensation
amount, AEB, AE lock, bulb exposures,
multiple exposures, and ISO speed.
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3Selecting an AF point
The AF point is used for focusing. The AF point can be selected
automatically by the camera or manually by you. In the Basic Zone
modes and <Q> mode, the AF point selection is automatic only.
In the <T> <R> <E> <W> modes, the AF point can be
selected either automatically or manually.
• Automatic AF point Selection
The camera selects the AF point automatically according to
situation.
• Manual AF point Selection
You can select any of the seven AF points manually. This is best
when you want to be sure to focus on a particular subject, or to
compose a particular shot quickly.
the <3> button.
1 Press
The current AF point will be
(∫)
s
indicated on the LCD panel and in
the viewfinder.
the desired AF point.
2 Select
• While looking at the LCD panel or
viewfinder, turn the <l> dial.
• After selecting the AF point, press
the shutter button halfway. The
camera will then be ready to take
pictures.
Automatic AF
Point Selection
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Manual AF
Point Selection
Focus Lock
After achieving focus, you can lock the focus on a subject and
recompose the shot. This is called “focus lock.”
the camera to a Creative
1 Set
Zone mode.
• Set a Creative Zone mode except
<Q>.
2
the subject.
3 Focus
• Aim the AF point on the subject,
Select the desired AF point.
then press the shutter button
halfway.
pressing the shutter
4 Keep
button halfway and recompose
the picture as desired.
5 Take the picture.
• If focus has not been achieved, the focus confirmation light <n>
in the viewfinder will blink. In this case, you cannot take a picture
even when you press the shutter button fully. Recompose the shot
and focus again or see “When Autofocus Fails” (p.30).
• If you use an external, EOS-dedicated Speedlite and focus cannot
be achieved with the AF-assist light, select the center AF point.
• Focus lock also works in the Basic Zone modes (except <P>).
Just start from step 3 above.
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When Autofocus Fails (Manual Focusing)
Autofocus can fail to achieve focus (the focus confirmation light
<n> blinks) with certain subjects such as the following:
Difficult Subjects for Autofocusing
• Low-contrast subjects.
Example: Blue sky, flat surface with a solid color.
• Subjects in very low light.
• Extremely backlit or reflective subjects.
Example: Automobile with a strong reflection.
• Overlapping near and far objects.
Example: Animal behind bars in a cage.
In such cases, do one of the following:
(1) Focus lock an object at the same distance as the subject and
recompose.
(2) Set the lens focus mode switch to <MF> and focus manually.
? Manual Focusing
the lens focus mode switch
1 Set
to <MF>.
the subject.
2 Focus
• Focus by turning the lens focusing
ring until the subject is in focus in
the viewfinder.
Focus ring
If you hold down the shutter button halfway while focusing manually,
the active AF point mark and the focus confirmation light <n> will
light when focus is achieved.
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HSelecting the Film Advance Mode
Two film advance modes are provided: single-frame and continuous
shooting (Max. 1.5 frames per sec.).
Press the <^> button.
• Look at the LCD panel and press
the <^> button.
: Single frame
: Continuous shooting
: Self-timer/
Remote control
Metering Modes
The camera has three metering modes: Evaluative, partial, and
center-weighted average metering.
Evaluative metering
This is the camera’s standard metering mode suited for
most shooting including backlit conditions. Based on the
subject’s position in the viewfinder, brightness, background,
front or back lighting conditions, etc., the camera always
calculates the proper exposure for the subject.
Partial metering
This mode is set automatically when AE lock is used in
a Creative Zone mode. It is effective for backlit subjects
when there is a strong light behind the subject. The
viewfinder center covering about 9.5% of the viewfinder
area is used for metering. The partial metering area is
shown on the left.
Center-weighted average metering
This is set automatically in the <W> mode. The
metering is weighted at the center and then averaged for
the entire scene.
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T Program AE
Like the <Y> (Full Auto) mode,
this is a general-purpose mode to
make picture-taking easy. It sets the
shutter speed and aperture value
automatically to suit the subject’s
brightness.
∗ <T> stands for Program.
∗ “AE” stands for auto exposure.
1 Turn the Mode Dial to <T>.
AF point
the subject.
2 Focus
• Move the AF point over the subject
and press the shutter button
halfway.
Shutter speed
Aperture value
AF point mark
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the display.
3 Check
The shutter speed and aperture
s
value are set automatically and
displayed in the viewfinder and on
the LCD panel.
• If the shutter speed and aperture
value do not blink, a correct
exposure will be obtained.
the picture.
4 Take
• Compose the shot and press the
shutter button fully.
• If “
” and the maximum aperture value blink, it
indicates underexposure. Use flash.
• If “
” and the minimum aperture value blink, it
indicates overexposure. Use an ND filter to reduce
the light entering the lens.
The Difference Between <T> and <Y>
• The shutter speed and aperture value are set in the same way in
both modes.
• The following features can be used in the <T> mode, but not in
the <Y> mode.
·
·
·
·
·
Manual AF point selection
Film advance mode selection
Program shift
Exposure compensation
AEB
· AE lock with the <j> button
· Multiple exposures
· Built-in flash manual firing and
flash OFF
· FE lock, high-speed sync
(with EX-series Speedlites)
About Program Shift
• In the Program AE mode, you can freely change the shutter speed
and aperture value combination (program) set by the camera while
retaining the same exposure. This is called program shift.
• To shift the program, press the shutter button halfway and turn the
<l> dial until the desired shutter speed or aperture value is
displayed.
• Program shift is canceled automatically after the picture is taken.
• Program shift cannot be set when the built-in flash is used.
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R Shutter-Priority AE
In this mode, you set the shutter speed and the camera sets the
aperture value automatically to suit the subject brightness. A fast
shutter speed can freeze the motion of a fast-moving subject and a
slow shutter speed can blur the subject to give the impression of
motion.
∗ <R> stands for Time value which is the shutter speed.
1 Turn the Mode Dial to <R>.
the desired shutter
2 Select
speed.
• Turn the <l> dial.
• The shutter speed can be set in
half-stop increments.
3
Focus the subject.
s The
aperture value is set
automatically.
the viewfinder display
4 Check
and take the picture.
• If the aperture value display is not
blinking, a correct exposure will be
obtained.
• If the maximum aperture value blinks, it indicates
underexposure. Turn the <l> dial to set a
slower shutter speed until the blinking stops.
• If the minimum aperture value blinks, it indicates
overexposure. Turn the <l> dial to set a faster
shutter speed until the blinking stops.
Shutter Speed Display
The shutter speeds from “
” to “ ” indicate the denominator of
the fractional shutter speed. For example, “
” indicates 1/125
sec. Also, “
” indicates 0.7 sec, and “
” indicates 15 sec.
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E Aperture-Priority AE
In this mode, you set the desired aperture value and the camera sets
the shutter speed automatically to suit the subject brightness.
The larger or brighter the aperture value (lower f/number) the more
blurred the background will become. This effect is ideal for portraits.
The smaller or darker the aperture value (higher f/number), the clearer
the focus will be for both near and far objects (wider depth of field).
∗ <E> stands for aperture value.
1 Turn the Mode Dial to <E>.
the desired aperture
2 Select
value.
• Turn the <l> dial.
• The aperture value can be set in
half-stop increments.
3
Focus the subject.
s The
shutter speed is set
automatically.
the viewfinder display
4 Check
and take the picture.
• If the shutter speed display does
not blink, a correct exposure will be
obtained.
• If the slowest shutter speed blinks, it indicates
underexposure. In such a case, turn the <l> dial
to set a larger aperture value (smaller f/number)
until the shutter speed display stops blinking.
• If the fastest shutter speed blinks, it indicates
overexposure. In such a case, turn the <l> dial
to set a smaller aperture value (larger f/number)
until the shutter speed display stops blinking.
Aperture Value Display
The larger the f/number, the smaller the diaphragm will be. The
aperture value display will differ depending on the lens. When no lens
is attached to the camera, “ ” will be display for the aperture value.
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W Manual Exposure
In this mode, you set both the shutter speed and aperture value as
desired. To determine the exposure, refer to the exposure level
indicator in the viewfinder or use a handheld exposure meter. This
method is called manual exposure. In the <W> mode, the
center-weighted average metering will be set automatically.
∗ <W> stands for Manual.
1 Turn the Mode Dial to <W>.
the shutter speed and
2 Set
aperture value.
• To set the shutter speed, turn the
<l> dial.
• To set the aperture value, hold
down the <∑> button and turn
the <l> dial.
the subject.
3 Focus
The exposure setting will be
s
displayed.
• The exposure level mark <v>
indicates how close the exposure
level is to the correct exposure.
Determine the exposure.
4
• Look at the exposure level indicator
Exposure level mark
and set the shutter speed and
aperture value as desired.
5 Take the picture.
If the exposure level mark <v> blinks at the <o> or <t> level, it
indicates that the difference between the standard exposure
exceeds +/–2 stops.
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Q Automatic Depth-of-Field AE
This mode is for obtaining a wide depth of field automatically
between a near subject and far subject. It is effective for group
photos and landscapes.
The camera uses the 7 AF points to detect the nearest and farthest
subjects to be in focus.
∗ <Q> stands for Auto-depth of field.
1 Turn the Mode Dial to <Q>.
the subject.
2 Focus
• Move the AF point over the subject
and press the shutter button
halfway.
• Focus is achieved at all the AF
point marks that light.
3 Take the picture.
The <Q> mode cannot be used if the lens’ focus mode switch is
set to <MF>.
• If the aperture value blinks, it indicates that the exposure level is
correct but the desired depth of field cannot be achieved. Either
use a wide-angle lens or move further away from the subjects.
• In this shooting mode, you cannot freely change the shutter speed
and aperture value. If the camera sets a slow shutter speed, hold
the camera steady or use a tripod.
• If flash is used, the result will be the same as using flash in the
<T> mode.
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∑Exposure Compensation
Exposure compensation is used to alter the camera’s standard
exposure setting. You can make the picture look lighter (increased
exposure) or darker (decreased exposure). The exposure
compensation amount can be set up to +/–2 stops in half-stop
increments.
the Mode Dial to a Creative
1 Turn
Zone mode except <W>.
the exposure setting.
2 Check
• Press the shutter button halfway
and check the display.
3
Set the exposure compensation
amount.
• Hold down the <∑> button and
turn the <l> dial.
• To cancel the exposure
compensation, set the exposure
compensation amount to <~>.
Standard exposure index
Decreased
exposure
4 Take the picture.
Increased
exposure
Exposure level mark
• The exposure compensation amount set is retained even after the
Mode Dial is set to <:>.
• The exposure compensation amount is canceled automatically
when you turn the Mode Dial to a Basic Zone mode.
• Assuming that a shutter speed of 1/125 sec. and an aperture
value of f/5.6 will give a correct exposure, setting the exposure
compensation amount to plus or minus 1 stop will change the
shutter speed or aperture value as follows:
–1 stop ←
0
→ +1 stop
Shutter speed
250
← 125 →
60
Aperture value
8.0
← 5.6 →
4.0
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LAuto Exposure Bracketing (AEB)
With AEB, the camera automatically changes the exposure within the set
range (up to +/–2 stops in 1/2-stop increments) for three successive frames.
AEB amount
the <>> arrow to the
1 Move
<L> icon.
• Look at the LCD panel and press
the <\> button. (∫)
Set the desired AEB amount.
2 • Turn the <l> dial.
• Press the shutter button halfway to
return to normal camera operation.
AEB range
standard exposure
decreased exposure
increased exposure
3
Take the picture.
s The
three bracketed shots will be
exposed in the following sequence:
standard exposure, decreased
exposure, and increased exposure.
s As shown on the left, the respective
bracketing amount will be displayed
as each bracketed shot is taken.
• The picture will be taken in the
current film advance mode.
• After the three AEB shots are
taken, the AEB will not be canceled
automatically. To cancel AEB, set
the AEB amount back to “
”.
• During AEB shooting, the <>> arrow will appear next to the
<L> icon and the AEB level <•> will be displayed. In the
viewfinder, the <j> icon will blink.
• In the <H> film advance mode, the camera stops shooting
automatically after taking the three AEB shots. In the <J> (single
frame) mode, press the shutter button completely three times to
take the three AEB shots.
• If you use the self-timer or remote control, the three AEB shots
will be taken continuously automatically.
• AEB can be combined with exposure compensation.
• AEB cannot be used with flash or bulb exposures.
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jAE Lock
AE lock enables you to lock the exposure at a different place from
the point of focus. After locking the exposure, you can recompose
the shot while maintaining the desired exposure level. This feature is
useful for backlit and spotlighted subjects. For AE lock, partial
metering is used automatically.
the subject.
1 Focus
The exposure setting will be
s
displayed.
2 • Aim the center of the viewfinder
Press the <j> button. (˜)
over the subject where the
exposure is to be locked, then
press the <j> button.
s The <j> icon will light in the
viewfinder to indicate that the
exposure setting has been locked
(AE lock).
• Each time you press the <j>
button, it locks the current exposure
setting.
AE lock indicator
the shot and take the
3 Compose
picture.
• If you want to maintain the AE lock
while taking more pictures, hold
down the <j> button and press
the shutter button to take another
picture.
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Bulb Exposures
When bulb is set, the shutter is open during the time you keep
pressing the shutter button fully. Bulb exposures are useful when
long exposures are required for night scenes, fireworks,
astronomical photography, etc.
1 Turn the Mode Dial to <W>.
the shutter speed to “
”.
2 Set
• Look at the LCD panel and turn the <l> dial to select “
•“
” follows “
”.
”.
the desired aperture value.
3 Select
• Hold down the <∑> button and turn the <l> dial.
the bulb exposure.
4 Start
During the bulb exposure, “
” blinks on the LCD panel.
s
• The bulb exposure continues as long as you hold down the
shutter button.
• Remote Controller RC-5 (optional) can also be used for bulb
exposures (p.24). When you press the transmit button, the
exposure will start 2 sec. later. To stop the exposure, press the
button again. (DATE Model only)
• With a new set of batteries, the maximum bulb exposure time (at
20˚C) will be about 4 hours.
<Multiple Exposures
Since the film is not advanced after each shot, you can expose
multiple shots on the same frame. You can expose up to nine shots
on a single frame.
the <>> arrow to the <<> icon.
1 Move
• Look at the LCD panel and press the <\> button. (∫)
s“
” will be displayed.
2 • Turn the <l> dial.
Set the desired number of multiple exposures.
• Press the shutter button halfway to return to normal camera
operation.
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<Multiple Exposures
the picture.
3 Take
After you take all the multiple exposures, the film advances to
s
the next frame automatically and the multiple-exposure setting
is canceled.
If you shoot multiple exposures on the first few or last few frames of
a roll, the multiple exposures might not be precisely aligned due to
the film curling.
• During multiple-exposure shooting, the <>> arrow next to the <<>
icon on the LCD panel will blink.
• To cancel multiple exposures before shooting, set the number of multiple
exposures to “ ”.
• To cancel multiple exposures after shooting, follow steps 1 and 2 to
set the number of multiple exposures to blank.
D Setting the ISO Film Speed
If the film is not DX-coded or if you want to set a different film
speed, load the film in the camera and set the film speed manually
as follows. The settable film speed range is ISO 6 to 6400.
the <>> arrow to the
1 Move
<D> icon.
• Look at the LCD panel and press
the <\> button to move the
arrow. (∫)
s The current film speed is displayed.
the desired film speed.
2 Set
• Turn the <l> dial to set the film
speed.
The manually-set film speed will be canceled if the film is taken out
and DX-coded film is loaded.
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Using the Built-in Flash
In a Basic Zone Mode
In low-light or backlit conditions, the built-in flash will pop up and fire
automatically (except in <I> <P> <S> modes).
In a Creative Zone Mode
Press the <M> button to pop up the built-in flash.
T
: Use this mode for automatic flash photography. The flash
sync speed (1/90 sec.) and aperture value will be set
automatically as with the <Y> (Full Auto) mode.
R : Use this mode if you want to set the flash sync speed
manually (within 30 sec. - 1/90 sec.). The camera will set
the flash aperture value automatically to obtain a correct
flash exposure.
E : Use this mode if you want to set the flash aperture value.
The camera will set the flash sync speed (within 30 sec. 1/90 sec.) automatically to obtain the best exposure for the
aperture you set. For portraits with a night scene or dark
background, a slow sync speed will be set to obtain a
proper exposure for both the subject and background. The
flash illuminates the subject, while the background is
properly exposed with a slow shutter speed.
• Because automatic slow-sync shooting uses a slow
shutter speed, always use a tripod.
W : You can manually set both the flash sync speed (within
Bulb - 1/90 sec.) and aperture value. The subject is properly
exposed with the flash and the background is exposed with
the flash sync speed and aperture value you have set.
Q : The result will be the same as using the <T> mode.
Flash Distance Range (With EF28-90mm f/4-5.6)
[m/ft]
28mm
90mm
ISO
Negative Film Slide Film Negative Film Slide Film
100 1 - 4.2 / 3.3 - 13.9 1 - 3.0 / 3.3 - 9.8 1 - 3.0 / 3.3 - 9.8 1 - 2.1 / 3.3 - 7.0
400 1 - 8.5 / 3.3 - 27.8 1.2 - 6.0 / 3.9 - 19.7 1 - 6.0 / 3.3 - 19.7 1 - 4.2 / 3.3 - 13.9
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Using the Built-in Flash
Flash Distance Range (With EF28-80mm f/3.5-5.6)
[m/ft]
28mm
80mm
ISO
Negative Film Slide Film Negative Film Slide Film
100 1 - 4.8 / 3.3 - 15.9 1 - 3.4 / 3.3 - 11.2 1 - 3.0 / 3.3 - 9.8 1 - 2.1 / 3.3 - 7.0
400 1 - 9.7 / 3.3 - 31.8 1.2 - 6.8 / 3.9 - 22.5 1 - 6.0 / 3.3 - 19.7 1 - 4.2 / 3.3 - 13.9
• When using the built-in flash, stay at least 1 meter/3.3 feet away
from the subject. Otherwise, part of the photo will look dark.
• When using the built-in flash, detach any hood attached to the
lens. A lens hood will partially obstruct the flash coverage.
• When a super telephoto lens or a fast, large-aperture lens is
attached, the built-in flash coverage might be obstructed.
• The built-in flash’s flash coverage is 28mm lens angle.
• If you use a flash unit (with multiple contacts) dedicated to another
camera brand or a high-voltage flash, the camera may not work
properly or malfunction may result.
• To retract the built-in flash, push it down.
• If more light is required, use an external, EOS-dedicated Speedlite
(optional).
Reference
Feature Availability Table
: Set automatically.
: User-selectable/settable.
Film
Advance
AF
Mode Dial Mode
Y U I O P A S T RE W Q
One Shot
AI Servo
AI Focus
AF Point Auto
Selection Manual
Single frame
Continuous
Self-timer/
Remote control
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AF Mode and Film Advance Mode
AF Mode
Single frame
The picture cannot be taken until
focus is achieved. When focus is
achieved, it also locks at the same
One Shot AF time. The evaluative metering’s
exposure setting is also locked.
(The exposure setting is retained
until the picture is taken.)
The subject is focus-tracked for
continuous autofocus. The
AI Servo AF exposure is set when the picture
is taken.
AI Focus AF
Continuous
The same conditions explained
on the left apply during
continuous shooting. (Max. 1.5
frames per sec.)
The same conditions explained on
the left apply during continuous
shooting. Autofocusing continues
during continuous shooting. (Max.
1.3 frames per sec.)
Automatically switches between One Shot AF and AI Servo AF
according to the subject status.
Troubleshooting Guide
If there is a problem, first refer to this Troubleshooting Guide.
• Nothing is displayed on the LCD panel.
The batteries are exhausted. / The batteries have been installed incorrectly.
s Replace the batteries with new ones. / Install the batteries correctly. (p.11)
• The picture looks blurred.
The lens focus mode switch is set to <MF>.
s Set the lens focus mode switch to <AF>. (p.13)
There was camera shake when the picture was taken.
s Hold the camera steady or use a faster shutter speed. (p.14)
• The shutter does not work.
On the LCD panel, the frame count is not displayed and the <=> icon blinks.
s Take out the film and load it correctly. (p.15)
The focus confirmation light <n> in the viewfinder blinks and focus
cannot be achieved.
s Select another AF point. (p.28)
If focus still cannot be achieved, focus manually. (p.30)
• The <π> icon blinks on the LCD panel.
The battery level is very low.
s Replace the batteries with new ones. (p.11)
A misoperation has occurred.
s Press the shutter button halfway. (p.14) / Remove the batteries and reload
it. (p.11) If the blinking <π> icon does not turn off, consult your nearest
Canon dealer.
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Major Specifications
• Type
Type ......................................35 mm AF/AE SLR camera with built-in flash
Recording media...................35 mm film
Image size ............................24 x 36 mm
Compatible lenses ................Canon EF lenses
Lens mount ...........................Canon EF mount
• Viewfinder
Type ......................................Eye-level pentamirror
Coverage ..............................Approx. 90% vertically and horizontally
Magnification.........................0.7x (–1 diopter with 50mm lens at infinity)
Eyepoint ................................18.5 mm
Focusing screen ...................Fixed, all-matte screen
Mirror ....................................Quick-return half mirror (Transmission: reflection rate of
40:60, No mirror cut-off with EF300mm f/2.8L plus
Extender 2x or shorter lens)
Viewfinder information ..........AF (AF point/mark, focus confirmation light); Exposure
(shutter speed, aperture value, exposure level, AE lock);
Flash (flash ready, hi-speed sync, FE lock, red-eye reduction)
• Autofocus
Type ......................................TTL-CT-SIR with a CMOS (Complementary Metal Oxide
Semiconductor) sensor
AF points...............................7 AF points
AF working range .................EV 1 - 18 (ISO 100)
Focusing modes ...................One Shot AF, AI Servo AF, AI Focus AF, manual focusing (MF)
AF point selection .................Automatic/manual
Selected AF point display .....AF point mark in the viewfinder and on LCD panel
AF-assist beam.....................Intermittent firing of the built-in flash
Working distance: Approx. 4 m/13.1 ft at center,
Approx. 3.5 m/11.5 ft at outer edge
• Exposure control
Exposure metering modes....TTL full aperture metering with 35-zone SPC
• Evaluative metering (linkable to any AF point)
• Partial metering (approx. 9.5% of viewfinder at center)
• Center-weighted average metering (automatically set in
manual exposure mode)
Metering range......................EV 1 - 20 (normal temperature, 50mm f/1.4, ISO 100)
Exposure control...................Program AE (Full Auto, Portrait, Landscape, Close-up,
Sports, Night Portrait, Flash off, Program), shutter-priority
AE, aperture-priority AE, depth-of-field AE, manual
exposure, E-TTL/A-TTL/TTL autoflash
Film speeds ..........................ISO 6 - 6400 (Set automatically for DX-coded film within
ISO 25 - 5000)
Exposure compensation .......Manual exposure compensation: +/– 2 stops in 1/2-stop
increments (can be used with AEB)
Auto Exposure Bracketing (AEB): +/– 2 stops in 1/2-stop increments
AE lock..................................Auto AE lock: Operates in One Shot AF mode with
evaluative metering when focus is achieved
Manual AE lock: By AE lock button in partial metering mode
Multiple exposures ................Max. 9 exposures
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• Shutter
Type ......................................Electronically controlled focal-plane shutter
Shutter speeds......................1/2000 - 30 sec. in 1/2-stop increments, bulb, X sync at 1/90 sec.
Shutter release .....................Soft touch electromagnetic release
Self-timer ..............................Shoot after 10 sec. delay
Remote control .....................Remote Controller RC-1/RC-5 (DATE Model only)
• Flash
Built-in flash ..........................AF point-linked, 3-zone autoflash
Guide No. 12 (ISO 100, in meters), 39 (ISO 100, in feet)
Recycling time: Approx. 2 sec.
Flash coverage: 28 mm lens angle covered
Red-eye reduction: Lamp
External EOS-dedicated flash ...E-TTL / A-TTL / TTL autoflash
• Film transport
Film loading ..........................Automatic prewind
Film advance modes.............Single-frame/continuous shooting
Continuous shooting speeds...One Shot AF: Max. 1.5 fps
AI Servo AF: Max. 1.3 fps
Film rewind ...........................Automatic. Mid-roll rewind
• Date imprinting (DATE Model only)
Automatic dating ...................Automatic calendar to 2099
• Power source ..................Two CR2 lithium batteries
• Dimensions (W x H x D) ..130 x 88 x 64 mm/5.1 x 3.5 x 2.5 in
• Weight ...............................340 g/12.0 oz (body only)
• All the specifications above are based on Canon’s testing and measuring standards.
• Specifications and physical appearance are subject to change without notice.
This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the following two
conditions: (1) This device may not cause harmful interference, and (2) this device must
accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation.
Do not make any changes or modifications to the equipment unless otherwise specified in
the instructions. If such changes or modifications should be made, you could be required to
stop operation of the equipment.
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a class B digital
device, pursuant to part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide
reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation. This equipment
generates, uses and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in
accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio communications.
However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If
this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception, which can
be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct
the interference by one or more of the following measures:
• Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
• Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver.
• Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.
This digital apparatus does not exceed the Class B limits for radio noise emissions from
digital apparatus as set out in the interference-causing equipment standard entitled “Digital
Apparatus”, ICES-003 of the Industry Canada.
The CE Mark is a Directive conformity mark of the European Community (EC)
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AFRICA &
MIDDLE EAST
CENTRAL &
SOUTH AMERICA
ASIA
OCEANIA
JAPAN
CANON U.S.A. INC.
For all inquiries concerning this camera, call toll free in the U.S.
1-800-OK-CANON or write to: Customer Relations, Canon U.S.A., Inc.
One Canon Plaza, Lake Success, N.Y. 11042-1198
CANON CANADA INC. HEADQUARTERS
6390 Dixie Road, Mississauga, Ontario L5T 1P7, Canada
CANON CANADA INC. MONTREAL BRANCH
5990, Côte-de-Liesse, Montréal Québec H4T 1V7, Canada
CANON CANADA INC. CALGARY OFFICE
2828, 16th Street, N.E. Calgary, Alberta T2E 7K7, Canada
For all inquiries concerning this camera, call toll free in Canada
1-800-OK-CANON
CANON EUROPA N.V.
Bovenkerkerweg 59-61, P.O. Box 2262, 1180 EG Amstelveen,
The Netherlands
CANON COMMUNICATION & IMAGE FRANCE S.A.
102, Avenue du Général de Gaulle 92257 La Garenne-Colombes Cedex, France
CANON UK LTD.
Woodhatch Reigate Surrey RH2 8BF, United Kingdom
CANON DEUTSCHLAND GmbH
Europark Fichtenhain A10, 47807 Krefeld, Germany
CANON ITALIA S.p.A.
Via Milano 8, San Donato M.SE, Milano, Italy
CANON Schweiz AG
Geschäftsbereich Wiederverkauf, Industriestrasse 12, CH-8305 Dietlikon,
Switzerland
CANON G. m. b. H.
Oberlaaerstrasse 233, 4th floor, 1100 Wien, Austria
CANON España, S. A.
C/Joaquín Costa, 41, 28002 Madrid, Spain
SEQUE Soc. Nac. de Equip., Lda.,
Praça da Alegria, 58, 2°, 1269-149 Lisboa, Portugal
CANON LATIN AMERICA, INC. DEPTO DE VENTAS
703 Waterford Way Suite 400 Miami, FL 33126 U.S.A.
CANON LATIN AMERICA, INC. CENTRO DE SERVICIO Y REPARACION
Apartado 2019, Zona Libre de Colón, República de Panamá
CANON HONGKONG CO., LTD.
9/F, The Hong Kong Club Building, 3A Chater Road, Central, Hong Kong
CANON SINGAPORE PTE. LTD.
79 Anson Road #09-01/06 Singapore 079906
CANON AUSTRALIA PTY. LTD.
1 Thomas Holt Drive, North Ryde, N.S.W. 2113, Australia
CANON NEW ZEALAND LTD.
Akoranga Business Park, Akoranga Drive, Northcote, Auckland, New Zealand
CANON SALES CO., INC.
16-6, Kohnan 2-chome, Minato-ku, Tokyo 108-8011, Japan
This Instruction booklet is current as of June 2003. For information on using
the camera with system accessories introduced after this date, contact your
nearest Canon Service Center.
CT1-1248-000
© CANON INC. 2003
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