Canon C83-1004 - PowerShot G1 Digital Camera Service manual

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C83-1004
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Digital Imaging Products Service Dept.
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First published Oct. 2000
GENERAL
INFORMATION
1
2
3
4
5
6
Product Strategy .................................. G1
1-1 Background to commerciarize .......... G1
1-2 Product Objectives ........................... G1
1-3 Product Concept .............................. G2
Overview ............................................. G4
2-1 Features .......................................... G4
2-2 Design Concept ............................. G15
Exterior .............................................. G16
3-1 External Photos ............................. G16
3-2 6-dimensional Views ...................... G17
3-3 Nomenclature and Functions ......... G18
System .............................................. G20
4-1 Product Diagram ............................ G20
4-2 Connection Diagram ...................... G21
Specifications .................................... G22
5-1 Specifications ................................. G22
5-2 System requirements ..................... G27
5-3 Main accessory specifications ....... G30
Operation Procedures ....................... G33
6-1 Operation Procedures .................... G33
1. Product Strategy
1-1 Background to commerciarize
The compact digital camera market got a big break and reached a major plateau with the emergence of 2-megapixel
models. The market is expected to henceforth divide into two major directions: High-end models with more pixels and
more sophisticated features, and popular models with around 2-megapixels and more refined features.
Meanwhile, the top-tier digital camera makers are offering a complete range from low-end to high-end models with short
product cycles. Their blanket strategy hinders Canon from catching up.
In order for Canon to join the top tier (in terms of market share) from the year 2000, it is essential for us to expand our
product line-up in the two directions described above to compete head-to-head with the other makers.
We have to incorporate specifications that would satisfy advanced amateurs such as SLR camera users who demand high
image quality and high-end features and commercial users who require pro-level specs. At the same time, we must increase our market share in the market segment favoring flat-profile and ultra-compact models which have been Canon’s
specialty. In these ways, we must completely fend off rival companies.
Amid this market background, we developed the PowerShot G1, a 3-megapixel, full-featured camera with a 3x zoom lens
and high image quality.
1-2 Product Objectives
The PowerShot G1 has 3 megapixels which is expected to be the top pixel count for compact digital cameras in 2000.
With its high pixel count and many features, the G1 has been designed to be at the top of the high-end group of compact
digital cameras. It is a higher-levelmodel than the PowerShot S20. It is the start of a series of top pixel models to help
secure Canon’s market share in the high-end, compact digital camera market.
Even if the pixel race reaches the 4-megapixel level from 2001, the PowerShot G1 can still serve as the base model for
higher pixel models. This minimizes the development costs of future high-end models.
Company F
Canon
Company O
Special Features
High-pixel,
zoom model
High-pixel, compact,
single focal-length
model
Medium-pixel,
compact,
zoom model
High zoom ratio
and IS
High-pixel,
SLR model
PowerShot G1
High-end model
High-pixel,
zoom model
Top-pixel and
full-featured
Medium-pixel,
zoom model
Standard compact model
Medium-pixel,
compact, single
focal-length model
Low-pixel,
compact, single
focal-length model
Flat-profile with
retractable lens,
stress-free
Ultra-compact
Ultra-compact
G1
High-pixel, compact,
single focal-length
model
Medium-pixel,
compact,
single focal-length
model
1-3 Product Concept
The PowerShot G1 is the top-of-the-line PowerShot camera standing on the five pillars of full features, high image quality,
operation ease, system accessories and application software. It is a high-end, compact digital camera targeting advanced
amateurs and semi-professionals. (The reference pages are in brackets.)
Full Features
-Manual settings (aperture-priority AE, shutter speed-priority AE, manual focus, manual exposure, flash
exposure compensation, exposure compensation) [New! p.G4]
-12 EOS-based picture-taking modes (Auto, Creative Zone, Image Programmed Control Zone)
[New! p.G5]
-Movie recording and playback with sound [New! p.G6]
-Slow shutter speed mode up to 8 sec. (With noise reduction) [New! p.G6]
-Auto Exposure Bracketing (AEB) [New! p.G6]
-Built-in flash with five control modes [New! p.G6]
-Macro mode allows close-up photography up to 6cm at the wide-angle end, 20cm at telephoto end.
[New! p.G7]
-Wireless controller [New! p.G7]
-AE lock/FE lock
-Center-weighted averaging metering and spot metering
-Digital tele-converter feature (2x/4x)
-Image enlargement during playback (2.5x/5x [New!])
-Continuous shooting (approx. 1.7 images/sec.)
-Self-timer shooting
High Image Quality
-High resolution, 1/1.8-inch CCD with 3.34 million pixels [p.G7]
-High-resolution, 3x zoom lens [New! p.G8]
-Wide range of ISO equivalent settings (Auto/ISO 50/100/200/400 equivalent) [New! p.G8]
-High-precision white balance with five position preset white balance and Custom white
balance function [New! p.G8]
-New RAW mode [p.G9]
-Dedicated digital signal-processing IC for high-precision processing
G2
Operation Ease
-Vari-angle LCD monitor [p.G10]
-New UI for easy-to-read controls (Omni selector, stacked two mode dials, large display panel)
[New! p.G10]
-Switching between picture-taking and playback [New! p.G10]
-Switchable AF mode (Continuous/Single) [New! p.G10]
-Switchable video output format (NTSC/PAL) [New! p.G10]
- Optical viewfinder with dioptric correction [p.G11]
-Shutter-release sound like a film-based camera [New! p.G11]
-Digital signal-processing IC + Buffer memory for stress-free operation [p.G11]
-Higher capacity Li-Ion battery [New! p.G12]
-High-speed fast forward playback
-Compatible with CompactFlash Type II media for high-capacity storage
System Accessories
-Wide converter lens, tele-converter lens, close-up lens [New! p.G12]
-Compatible with EOS-dedicated EX-series Speedlites mode for EOS cameras. [p.G12]
-New power source [New! p.G13]
Application Software
-ZoomBrowser EX 2.4/ImageBrowser 1.4 featuring improved operation ease. [New! p.G13]
-Photorecord 1.2 for easy layout and printing of many pictures. [New! p.G13]
-PhotoStitch 3.1 for creating panoramic pictures. [p.G14]
-RemoteCapture 1.1 for remote picture-taking with a PC. [New! p.G14]
-RS-232C TWAIN Driver 3.4/USB TWAIN Driver 3.4/Plug-in Module 3.4/ZoomBrowser EX 2.4/
ImageBrowser 1.4 for adjusting image quality parameters. [New! p.G14]
-Reputable third-party applications [New! p.G15]
Adobe Photoshop LE 5.0 (Image-editing)
Apple QuickTime 4.1 (Video playback/QVTR file creation)
G3
2. Overview
2-1 Features
[Full Features]
-Manual settings
<Aperture-priority AE and shutter speed-priority AE>
For the exposure control, the PowerShot G1 has the aperture-priority AE and shutter speed-priority AE modes. With
aperture-priority AE, you set the desired aperture and the camera sets the shutter speed automatically to match the subject
brightness. Setting a large aperture increases the background blur which better isolates the subject in the foreground.
Setting a small aperture attains greater depth of field to make subjects both in the foreground and background look sharper.
The farther you zoom in to your subject, the better the background blur. With shutter speed-priority AE, you set the
desired shutter speed and the camera sets the aperture automatically to match the subject brightness. A fast shutter speed
can freeze the subject’s movement, and a slow shutter speed can blur the subject to give the impression of motion.
<Manual focus>
Manual focusing is possible with the PowerShot G1. In sports or wildlife photography, you can set a specific focusing
distance previously and take the shot when the subject comes into focus.
Manual focus is also effective when autofocusing is not possible in the following cases:
-Extremely low-contrast subjects
-Near and far objects overlaid at the same position
-Severe backlit conditions or highly reflective surfaces
-Extremely bright objects ata the center of the composition
-Very low-light scenes
The focal point can be moved manually by holding down the MF button and pressing the Omni Selector. The MF indicator
is shown on the LCD monitor as a reference for the focal range.
MF indicator
Fig.2-1 MF indicator
G4
<Focus Lock>
The camera’s auto focus system brings the object into focus, then the focus is locked by pressing the MF button. This
allows the user to release his or her finger from SW1.
Focus
Locks at SW1.
Unlocks when SW1 is released.
M anual
Locks with M F button.
Focus
Unlocks when M F button is pressed again.
Focus
Locks at SW1.>>Unlocks when SW1 is released.
Lock
Locks at SW1 and keep to lock at M F button>>
Unlocks when M F button is pressed again.
AE
Locks with AE lock button.
Locks at SW1.
Lock Unlocks with any operation except SW1.
Unlocks when SW1 is released.
FE
Locks with FE lock button.
Locks at SW1.
Lock Unlocks with any operation except SW1.
Unlocks when SW1 is released.
Normal
Exposure
Locks at SW1.
Unlocks when SW1 is released.
Locks at SW1.
Unlocks when SW1 is released.
Locks at SW1.
Unlocks when SW1 is released.
Table 2-1 User interface and AE/AF Control
<Manual exposure>
The PowerShot G1 provides manual exposure as one of the exposure control modes. Manual exposure enables the user to
set the aperture manually. The user can take pictures as he or she desires, with no automatic exposure adjustments from the
camera. This mode is suitable, for studio photography or taking pictures of fireworks, for example, since exposure control
can be set as the user intends. Also, by using the manual
At EV 10
exposure and the manual focus modes together, you can
Aperture (F)
2.8
4.0
5.6
8.0
greatly reduce the time lag between SW1 and SW2.
Shutter speed (S)
1/125
1/60
1/30
1/15
<Flash exposure compensation>
Table 2-2 Sample correlation between aperture and shutter speed.
If the brightness between the subject and background is
(at ISO 100 equivalent)
very different and flash is used, underexposure or over
exposure may result. To prevent this, the PowerShot G1
enables you to set flash exposure compensation up to +/-2
stops in 1/3-stop increments.
Image
Creative
-12 EOS-based picture-taking modes (Auto, Creative Zone, Image Programmed Control Zone)
The PowerShot G1 provides Creative Zone modes and Image programmed Cntrol Zone modes in addition to Auto. It
enables advanced amateurs and semi-pros to obtain the desired results with their pictures. With Creative Zone modes, you
can set the exposure, shutter speed, etc., manually. And with Image Programmed Control Zone modes, you can select the
mode that best matches the subject.
In the Auto mode, you can change the recording pixels and the JPEG compression rate to better suit your needs.
Description
User sets both aperture and shutter speed.
User sets the aperture (camera sets the shutter speed).
User sets the shutter speed (camera sets the aperture).
Camera sets both aperture and shutter speed.
(User sets almost parameters)
Auto
Camera sets all parameters.
(User sets recording pixels and JPEG compression only)
Pan Focus Fixed focal length (wide-end) used for maximum depth of field.
(Effective at 65 cm [wide-end] to infinity)
Portrait
A larger aperture is used.
Landscape A smaller aperture is used.
Night Scene Backgound exposure is correct
since flash with slow sync speed is used.
B/W
The color gain is set to 0.
StitchAssist An aid for creating a panoramic photo with a PC.
Movie
320x240 video clips at 15 frames/sec. (max. 30 sec.).
Manual
Av
Tv
Program
Effcets
The user has complete control.
The depth of field can be controlled.
The subject's motion in the picture can be controlled.
Easy picture-taking with a suitable aperture and shutter speed set.
Prevents the user from making any errors in the camera settings.
Since AF is not executed, the picture can be taken faster.
(At the wide-end only.)
To obtain better background blur for a portrait.
Both the foreground and background are in sharp focus.
A suitable exposure is obtained for a subject in front
of a sunset or night scene.
Makes any text information more readable or gives a nostalgic B/W look.
Makes easy and high precision stitch on PhotoStitch.
Ideal for studying the subject's movement or to record a sequence.
Table 2-3 Creative Zone modes and Programmed Image Control Zone modes
G5
-Movie recording and playback
The PowerShot G1 can record a QVGA (320X240 pixels) video clip (with audio) at 15 frames per second up to approximately 30 sec. The movie can be played back on the built-in LCD monitor or on a TV monitor. The movie is ideal for
studying the subject’s movement or to record a sequence. The movie is compressed with Motion JPEG and saved as an
AVI file. Motion JPEG compresses each frame of the video in JPEG format.
Note:
- If the unoccupied capacity of the CF card is less than the capacity the buffer memory, movie recording is restricted to
the capacity of the CF card.
- When the buffer memory becomes full while a movie is being recorded, the data is written to the CompactFlash card. During the
writing to the CF card, the movie recording cannot proceed further.
- The focal length, exposure setting, white balance, and lens zoom position set for the first movie frame are used for the rest of the
video clip.
-Slow shutter speed mode up to 8 sec. (With noise reduction)
In the shutter speed-priority AE and manual modes, a slow shutter speed up to 8 sec. long is possible. It is useful in low
light when flash cannot be used.
Normally with a CCD, long exposures tend to create noticeable noise. The PowerShot G1 therefore executes noise reduction for shutter speeds 1.3 sec. or longer.
The method can be described as follows: After the user takes a picture, the camera itself takes a picture, with the aperture
closed, for exactly the same length of time. This results in only noise data, and the camera subtracts the amount of that
noise data from the user’s image, producing a noiseless image.
Note: When noise reduction is executed, some extra time is required while the black data is taken.
-Auto Exposure Bracketing (AEB)
The PowerShot G1 provides Auto Exposure Bracketing (AEB) which takes three shots bracketed automatically within the
set range. The three bracketed shots are taken with a single shutter release.
If there is a large difference between the light levels of the main subject and the background, or if a highly reflective object
is in the scene, it is often difficult to obtain a proper exposure value, making exposure compensation necessary. With this
feature, the camera automatically takes three pictures with three different exposure settings, so it is not necessary for the
user to repeatedly shoot the same subject with different exposure settings himself. The framing of the picture also remains
virtually the same during AEB shooting.
The shots can be bracketed up to +/-2 stops at 1/3-stop increments. The bracketing sequence is normal, - compensation,
and + compensation.
If exposure compensation is also set, the bracketing range will center on the exposure compensation amount and it can be
set up to +/-2 stops at 1/3-stop increments.
Note: In using flash, AEB is not available.
Example 1: Exposure compensation of 1 stop
(For a standard exposure)
1st shot
2nd shot
-4/3 -3/3
-2/3
-1/3
0
Example 2: Exposure compensation of 2/3 stop
(For +2/3-stop exposure compensation)
3rd shot
1/3
2/3
3/3
2nd shot
4/3 (EV)
-4/3 -3/3
-2/3
-1/3
0
1st shot
1/3
2/3
3rd shot
3/3
4/3 (EV)
Fig. 2-2 AEB.
-Built-in flash with five control modes
In addition to the auto flash, auto red-eye reduction, manual flash, and flash off modes, the PowerShot G1 also provides
the manual red-eye reduction mode. Previous models only had auto red-eye reduction, so the red-eye reduction light
would only emit when necessary. But with the manual red-eye reduction mode, you can emit the red-eye reduction light at
will.
G6
-Macro mode allows close-up photography up to 6cm at the wide-angle end, 20cm at telephoto end.
PowerShot G1 allows you to perform close-up photography up to 6cm from the subject at the wide-angle end. The
maximum shooting area is 82X60mm at the wide angle end and 84X62 mm at the telephoto end.
If you attach the optional close-up lens with macro mode, the shooting area is 50X38 mm at the telephoto end.
PS G1
PS G1
The shooting area
82X60
maximum magnification (mm) (Wide angle end, 6cm)
(in attaching 250D 58mm)
IXY DIGITAL
PS S20
50X38
(Telephoto end, 12cm)
102X76
(Wide angle end, 10cm)
76X57
(Telephoto end, 12cm)
Table 2-4 The shooting area maximum magnification.
-Wireless controller
The dedicated wireless controller can be used to operate the PowerShot G1. Press the DRIVE button to set the camera to
the Self-timer mode. Then you can use the wireless controller to take still pictures, zoom the lens to the wide or telephoto
end (Movie is shooting operation only) and display button, operate the Omni Selector (image forward and scroll), movie
playback, display button, switch between single and multiple image playback and enlarge the image during playback.
Note: When you use the wireless controller to take pictures, the picture is taken about 2 sec. after you press the wireless controller’s
shutter button. This delay is provided in case you are also to be in the picture.
[High Image Quality]
-High resolution (2,048 (H) X 1,536 (V)) with 1/1.8-inch 3.34M pixel CCD
Using photo ink and the smallest ink droplets possible (4 pl), the Canon BJ printers BJ F850 (BJC-8200/BJC-8200Photo)
offers 1,200 dpi, a quality sufficient enough to reproduce A4 print size (8"X 10") photo quality images. The PowerShot
S10 (on sale Fall 1999) and IXY DIGITAL (on sale May (June) 2000), both employ a 2.11-megapixel CCD, achieving a
resplution of 4.7 lp/mm, adequate for postcard-size prints when printed out on the 300-dpi dye-sublimation CD-300
Digital Printers. This resolution is not sufficient for A4-size prints.
Images taken with the PowerShot G1, having a 3.34-megapixel CCD, can be printed with the BJC-F850 for acceptable
print quality A4-size (8” X 10”) prints.
Note: lp/mm (line-pair mm) : Resolving power is expressed in the number of pairs of black and white lines per milimeters.
Acceptable level of pixel count (3.5lp/mm)
*Conventional photo's level of pixel
count (7 lp/mm)
Postcard size
Approx.
1.1M pixels
5” X 7”
Approx.
4.4M pixels
Approx.
1.5M pixels
Approx.
3.1M pixels
Approx.
6M pixels
Approx.
12.4M pixels
Fig. 2-3 Optimum pixel count for print size
G7
PS G1
8X10 inch (A4)
Approx.
3.15M pixels
(Recording pixels)
BJ-F850
-High-resolution zoom lens with advanced optical technologies
The PowerShot G1 is equipped with a 7 - 21mm 3X zoom lens (equivalent to 34 - 102mm in 35mm format) that is suited
for a wide range of picture-taking, from landscapes to snapshots. Also, the maximum aperture is f/2.0-2.5 which is the
largest for a digital still camera. The iris-type aperture can give excellent
background blur for portraits.
The lens consists of 8 elements in 7 groups (Fig. 2-4). Two glass-molded
aspherical elements with a high refractive index are positioned for maximum effect in correcting aberrations. Also, in conjunction with the 3.34
M pixel CCD’s fine pixel pitch (3.45 micro-millimeters), group 3 has an
cemented element to correct the chromatic aberrations (throughout the
entire focal length range) that the aspherical element is unable to correct.
As a result, high optical performance is attained with only a few lens
elements making it suitable for a retractable lens.
Fig. 2-4 PowerShot G1 lens configuration.
Also, by adjusting the CCD’s tilt, the image is focused evenly throughout.
-Wide exposure sensitivity range
Film-based cameras enable you to freely set the film speed to suit the picture-taking condition. There is a close correlation
between the film speed and image quality. Normally, a slow-speed film results in high image quality (fine grain). Highspeed film enables faster shutter speeds (to prevent blur) and smaller apertures (for greater depth of field) to be used.
In the PowerShot G1’s Creative Zone modes, you can select the exposure sensitivity as with the film speed with filmbased cameras. You can select Auto, ISO 50, 100, 200, or 400 to suit the picture-taking condition. The ISO 50 setting has
been added for still subjects when you can use a slow shutter speed or for bright scenes when you can use a faster shutter
speed for minimal noise.
At the Auto setting, the camera selects the optimum exposure sensitivity automatically within ISO 50 to 100.
-Auto cannot be set in the Manual mode.
-High-precision white balance (5 preset white balance + Custom white balance)
For PowerShot G1’s high-precision white balance control, the image is divided into 100,000 blocks and white is searched
and calculate.
In addition to the usual white balance settings (daylight, overcast, tungsten, and fluorescent light), the new “flash” setting
has been added to optimize the color temperature of flash pictures. White balance is improved when flash is used. Also,
as with camcorders, the custom white balance feature enables you to set the desired standard white with a sheet of white
paper under a specific light source. The custom white balance setting is then stored in the camera. This feature is useful
when you have special lighting conditions or two or more different light sources and the Auto or preset white balance
setting cannot obtain the white balance you want. The custom white balance setting is retained by the camera even after the
camera is turned off.
G8
-New RAW mode
Canon has greatly improved the RAW application employed in the PowerShot A series, developing the PowerShot G1’s
New RAW mode. The advantage of RAW modes is that they allow users to obtain original image data, since image data
is recorded to memory from the CCD without any image processing. With RAW mode images, users can process images
as they desire, setting and changing the parameters, “developing”*1 the RAW data into an image., setting and changing
the parameters. We adopted the reversible image compression*2 method for the PowerShot G1, so now RAW images
require only approximately 60% the amount of memory necessary for the PowerShot A Series. The PowerShot G1 also
enables playback of images on the LCD monitor or an external monitor. (Currently, the only digital cameras capable of
this are the EOS D30, PowerShot G1 and the PowerShot Pro90.)
The RAW image data is processed by ZoomBrowser EX 2.4, ImageBrowser 1.4, TWAIN Driver 3.4 and Plug-In Module
3.4 application software, which are bundled with the PowerShot G1. Users can adjust image parameters such as white
balance, contrast, sharpness and color saturation. The adjusted image data is stored in TIFF format (TIFF is the default
format, but users can also choose among BMP, JPEG, and others.).
While some competitors’ models use TIFF format as a high image quality mode, most of these models record images as
8 bit data after processing white balance, ganmma-compensation, etc. Files of this type (RGB TIFF format) are four times
*3 the size of the new RAW mode type files.
Moreover, image quality declines when these images are processed on PC’s using retouch software, because image
processing is carried out twice.
*1 In the process of developing, RGB signals are created from RAW data.
*2 In this method, original image data can be completely restored, as opposed to non-reversible compression methods such
as JPEG, whose original data cannot be restored.
*3 A comparison of data file size between RAW and TIFF
-PowerShot G1’s number of recording pixels: 2048X1536
RAW data file size: 2048X1536X10 (quantization of each pixels)X0.61 (data compression)
TIFF format filesize :2048X1536X 8 (quantization of each pixels)X 3 (separate to RGB)
8 (convert to byte)
8 (convert to byte)
2.5 MB..... 1
9.4 MB...... 2
1 2 = 1/3.76 1/4
New RAW
Processing by user (PC)
(The images are created by user)
Processing by camera
ZoomBrowser/ImageBrowser
-A/D conversion
-Reversible
compression
RAW data
from CCD
Recording
as RAW
RAW
Displayed in
thumbnails
Browser
area
Camera
window
Download
Thumbnails
Display
Developing
File conversion
TIFF (Default)
Image editing
(WB, contrast, etc.) BMP/JPEG/
Flash Pix
Developing
Application
Acquire
Image editing
(WB, contrast, etc.)
File conversion
TIFF/BMP/JPEG…
TWAIN/Plug-In
TIFF
-A/D conversion
-Developing
RAW data
from CCD
Recording
as TIFF
Retouch by
application
Processing by camera
(The images are created by cameras.)
File format
Fine
Processing by user (PC)
Image quality File size Compatibility Playback with camera
X-
RAW (old)
RAW (new)
Super Fine
TIFF
Fig. 2-5 New RAW and TIFF developing.
O
X
X
O
O
O
X
O
Features
X (Thumbnail only) High image quality, however impossible to set to parameters of image quality
O
Possible to set parameters of image quality to original data.
O
High image quality, however not reversible compression/
impossible to set to parameters of image quality
O
Small file size, however not reversible compression
O
High image quality, however large file size./impossible to set to parameters of image quality
Table 2-5 Comparison of each file format.
G9
[Operation Ease]
Shooting children
or indoor shooting.
-Vari-angle LCD monitor
Like the PowerShot Pro70, the PowerShot G1 is
Shooting
equipped with a vari-angle LCD monitor (1.8-inch)* .
subjects.
The monitor can be rotated so you can shoot from
various angles.
Normal
Shooting sports
Also, when the LCD monitor is rotated toward
shooting.
or documentaries.
the front (for self-shooting), the monitor displays
a mirror image so you can see yourself correctly.
Fig. 2-6 Sample uses of the vari-angle LCD monitor.
small
* The PowerShot Pro70 uses a 2.0-inch monitor.
Creative Zone
-New UI for easy-to-read controls
The PowerShot G1 has many features such as manual settings in addition to
Main Dial
Image Programmed Control Zone modes. To make camera operation easy
even with all these features, the PowerShot G1 has the Main Dial and Mode AUTO mode
Dial stacked together and an on-screen menu that does not have a deep
hierarchical structure. You can therefore quickly set the desired mode or
Image Programmed
setting. The Main Dial below the Mode Dial provides the power OFF, camControl Zone
era ON, playback, and PC mode settings. The Mode Dial is for setting seven
Image Programmed Control Zone modes, Auto, and four Creative Zone
Fig. 2-7 Mode Dial.
modes. Also, frequently used features such as exposure compensation, the
macro function, etc., have their own buttons, and there is a Omni Selector
(which was well received on the PowerShot S10 and S20). The user interface is thereby quick and simple.
A large Display panel is provided to make it easy to check the camera’s status at a glance (refer to p.G19).
-Switching between picture-taking and playback
When you switch quickly between picture-taking and playback with the PowerShot G1, the lens does not retract. Since
the lens retraction time is eliminated, you can switch between picture-taking and playback instantly. Right after taking
pictures, you can playback the pictures on the monitor and delete the unwanted ones. Then you can go back to taking
pictures.
Note : The lens will not retract if the Main Dial is changed from camera mode to playback mode via the off position within 0.8
seconds.
-Continuous AF (in using LCD monitor only)
With the PowerShot G1, you can select either single AF (operates at SW1) or continuous AF (the default) for the AF
mode. In the continuous AF mode, autofocusing operates even when you are not pressing the shutter button.
The LCD monitor thus always displays a focused image which makes it easier to identify the subject on the monitor.
To respond to changes in the subject’s position and to enhance AF precision, the focusing information at SW1 is used and
the focusing is rescanned within a narrow range centering on SW1. This makes autofocusing more precise and faster than
in the single AF mode.
Note : AF mode is fixed to Single AF when LCD viewfinder is OFF.
-Switchable video output format (NTSC/PAL)
The PowerShot G1 provides the setting menu to set the video output format to either NTSC or PAL. This enables you to
playback the images on a TV monitor in various countries.
Note :
-For areas using SECAM (such as France), playback is possible in the PAL format. However, the image will be in black and white.
-The language options (five NTSC languages and ten PAL languages) remain the same regardless of a change of video format.
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-Optical viewfinder with dioptric correction
Usually, a camera’s viewfinder diopter is set to match the nearest and farthest distances that the eyes of most people can
clearly see. However, for near-sighted, far-sighted, and presbyopic users, dioptric correction is necessary to see such
objects clearly.
The PowerShot G1’s optical viewfinder enables dioptric correction to suit various eyesights of users.
-Shutter-release sound like a film-based camera
The PowerShot G1 provides a shutter-release sound after the picture is taken (when the exposure ends). The subject can
thereby hear when the picture is taken even in noisy environments. The shutter sound is based on the WAVE format. The
sound volume can be adjusted from 0 to 5 as necessary when in noisy areas.
Note : The beep sounds at the end of shooting, if users set shutter sound to OFF.
-Digital signal-processing IC for stress-free, quick picture-taking.
The PowerShot G1 uses a Canon-developed digital signal processing IC. Despite the camera's high pixel count, the digital
signal processing is quick response due to this IC. The PowerShot G1 also has a buffer memory where the captured image
is temporarily stored. As the digital signal processing IC and buffer memory work in tandem, a short shooting interval of
approx. 1.8 sec. is achieved.
The PowerShot G1’s buffer memory capacity is approximately four times that of the PowerShot S20, enabling high
performance continuous shooting. Approximate 10 images at Large/Fine mode can be taken, with a maintained shooting
speed of 1.7 images per second.
Moreover, operations such as camera start-up, high-speed search mode (during playback), image enlargement, and image
scrolling which normally require a lot of processing time can be executed swiftly, thanks to the digital signal processing
IC’s high-speed compression and decompression operations.
using OVF
using EVF
Shutter release time Approx. 0.04sec. Approx. 0.07sec.
Shooting interval
Approx. 2.4sec.
Approx. 1.8sec.
- The above times will vary depending on the subject.
- The above does not apply to special techniques such as
slow speed shutter.
Fig. 2-9 Shutter release time lag and shooting interval
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-Higher capacity Li-Ion battery
The PowerShot G1 utilizes a rechargeable lithium-ion battery (BP-511). This lithium battery has about the same capacity,
yet half the weight per volume as the nickel-hydride battery used by the PowerShot A-series and S-series cameras. And it
has no memory effect.
Model
PowerShot G1 IXY DIGITAL PowerShot A/S
As the BP-511 is already being used in other
Item
Li-Ion
Li-Ion
Ni-MH
products such as the EOS D30 and the
Voltage/Capacity 7.4V/1100mAh 3.7V/680mAh 6.0V/650mAh
PowerShot PRO90 IS, as well as two of Canon’s
Volume
Approx.43.9cm3 Approx. 17.1cm3
camcorders (the FV-2 and FV-10) so can be inWeight
Approx.70g
Approx. 29g
Approx. 70g
terchanged among all of these products.
Table 2-6 Battery comparison
[System Accessories]
-Wide converter lens, tele-converter lens, close-up lens
To meet diverse user needs, a full line-up of optical accessories is
available for the PowerShot G1. The Wide Converter WE-DC58
converts the focal length by about 0.8x and the total focal length of
28mm at the wide-angle end in 35mm film format. Tele-converter
TC-DC58 converts the focal length by 1.5x and the total focal length
of 153mm at the telephoto end in 35mm film format. And Close-up
lens 250D enables shooting as close as 12 cm (from the front of the
lens) at the telephoto end in macro mode. The resulting shooting
area is 50X38mm. However, there are a few restrictions when using
these accessories and a flash together, as shown in Table 2-7. And
there is possiblity of vignette when you use the optical
finder despite attaching these conversion lenses to the cameras. Also,
there is a possiblity of vignette when you take a picture other than
wide angle end with Wide Conversion Lens and tele-photo end with
Tele-conversion lens.
External
Built-in
Auto
flash*
WC-DC58 (Wide angle end) Vignette
Auto
flash*
Vignette
TC-DC58 (Telephoto end)
Auto
flash*
250D 58mm (Telephoto end) Vignette
* There is a possibility of full-flash.
Table 2-7 Relation between each accessories and flash
Note: The Conversion Lens Adapter LA-DC58 (sold separately) is required
to attach the WC-DC58, TC-DC58, or 250D 58mm to the camera.
-Compatible with EX-series Speedlites mode for EOS cameras
With its high pixel count and many features, the PowerShot G1 will likely to be used by advanced amateurs and pro users
for creative shooting. Although it has a built-in flash, its maximum range is only 3.6 meters (ISO 100 equivalent) for
telephoto shooting. This is inadequate for these users.
A hot shoe for external Speedlites (220EX, 380EX, 420EX, 550EX) has therefore been provided on the camera. An
external Speedlite enables autoflash control.
Note: The flash will fire at full strength in Manual mode. The flash without above models will fire at full strength.
<Available Flash Features>
-Auto flash (550EX must be set to E-TTL mode.) -FE lock (except for Manual mode)
-Fill flash -Slow sync speed
-Flash exposure compensation (When using the 550EX, the LCD panel’s flash range scale value will not appear correctly.
Besides, you must execute flash exposure compensation with the camera when using the 550EX.)
-Autozoom (except for 220EX)
<Maximum sync speed>
-Speedlites (220EX, 380EX, 420EX, 550EX) : 1/250 sec.
-others : 1/125 sec.
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-New power source
The PowerShot G1 uses a rechargeable lithium-ion
battery (BP-511). Also, with Compact Power
Adapter CA-560 (provided), the camera can be
powered by a household power outlet. And with
the Charge Adapter/Car Battery Cable Kit CR-560
(sold separately), the camera can be powered by a
car battery in case you run out of battery power on
the road.
The BP-511 can be charged in the camera body
by using the Compact Power Adapter CA-560. This
eliminates the need to remove the battery from the
camera body.
The PowerShot G1’s internal battery is rechargeable. As shown in Fig. 2-9, you can use Compact
Power Adapter CA or Charge Adapter/Car Battery
Cable Kit CR-560 to recharge the battery. Use
whichever method that suits your situation.
<Recharging the Battery Installed in the Camera>
Compact Power Adapter CA-560
To power outlet
To the car’s cigarette
lighter socket
CG-560 Charge Adapter (option)
Battery Pack BP-511
< External recharging>
CG-560 Charge Adapter
(option)
Compact Power Adapter CA-560
To power outlet
Battery Pack BP-511
Car Battery Cable
CB-560 (option)
To the car’s cigarette
lighter socket
Fig. 2-9 Battery recharging system.
[Application Software]
-ZoomBrowser EX 2.4/ImageBrowser 1.4 featuring improved operation ease.
The ZoomBrowser EX (Windows)/ImageBrowser (Mac) programs were well received with the PowerShot S-series and
improved with the IXY DIGITAL. The programs are now bundled with the PK500 and PowerShot G1.
ZoomBrowser EX 2.4 is for simple retouching such as color and brightness adjustments and cropping. It also enables
slide show playback on a PC, supports e-mail and DPOF editing. By supporting e-mail, the program can set the image
size and compression ratio and create the image according to the required file size. The mailer program starts up automatically, and the image is attached to a new e-mail message automatically. In case the mailer program is not started up
automatically, the image is saved after being resized and it can be attached to e-mail manually.
Like ZoomBrowser EX, ImageBrowser 1.4 also enables simple retouching and slide show playback on a PC, supports email and editing DPOF editing. The printing feature has been expanded to enable you to set the desired number of copies
to be printed, change the printing sequence of the images, resize or rotate images, and insert text in the image.
* ImageBrowser does not enable automatic attachment of an image to e-mail. It must be done manually.
File Size
Compression level
Current file size
Fig. 2-10 File size/compression level settings
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-Photorecord 1.2 for easy layout and printing of many pictures.
PhotoRecord 2.1 (for Windows only) enables text to be inserted anywhere in the image.
You can also select the text frame and easily layout and print out image. And using the
PhotoRecord 1.2 together with the new Extension DDI driver, designed for the new BJ
printer due out, allows for the automatic layout of a user’s images on borderless, perforated paper* (paper due out at same time as Extension DDI). The user can then easily
print out photo-quality borderless prints with the new BJ printer.
*Glossy Photo Card 4"x 6" and Photo Card Pro 4"x 6" (101.6 x 152.4mm). In Japan, L size,
2L size, DSC size, 8"x 10" size for digital cameras and Glossy Photo Card 4"x 6" are also
for sale.
Fig. 2-11 Automatic layout on borderless,
perforated paper
-PhotoStitch 3.1 for creating panoramic pictures.
PhotoStitch 3.1 automatically obtains the property information (composition orientation, image sequence, focal length
information, camera model name) of pictures taken in the stitch assist mode. Also, cylindrical imaging (for pasting on a
cylinder) or flat imaging (for pasting on a flat surface) can be selected to easily create high-precision panoramic pictures
with minimal distortion. The picture can also be saved in the QuickTime VR format.
Image-mapping surface
Actual image capture
Photographer
Photographer
Photographer
With old software version
Roll image
Flat image
Fig. 2-12 Image mapping methods.
-RemoteCapture 1.1 for remote picture-taking with a PC.
The PowerShot G1 is bundled with the newly developed “RemoteCapture (USB only)” software. This software enables
the camera to be remote controlled by a PC. The following remote control operations are possible with a PC:
-Shutter release (single-frame, interval and test shooting only)
-Lens zooming (excluding electronic zooming)
-Confirming various camera parameters
-Setting White balance, resolution/JPEG compression, macro, flash and exposure compensation
-Setting recording to CF or not
In the PC mode, transferring and deleting image data are possible. In the remote control mode, you can execute picturetaking functions. In the remote control mode, you can also use the functions available in the PC mode.
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-RS-232C TWAIN Driver 3.4/USB TWAIN Driver 3.4/Plug-in Module 3.4/ZoomBrowser EX 2.4/ImageBrowser
1.4 for adjusting image quality parameters.
The PowerShot G1 provides the RAW mode to enable white balance, contrast, sharpness, and color saturation adjustments
with the RS-232C TWAIN Driver 3.4/USB TWAIN Driver 3.4/Plug-in Module 3.4/ZoomBrowser EX 2.4/ImageBrowser
1.4. The previewer enables you to preview the image retouching you make. For example, the selected Contrast setting
(Normal, High, Low) is reflected in the previewer.
Select any white area on the image shown in the Preview
Area, and the white balance will be set at that level.
pre view
White balance setting
(Auto/Daylight/Cloudy/
Tungsten/Fluorescent/Flash)
Contrast setting
(Normal/High/Low)
Sharpness setting
(Normal/High/Low)
Color Saturation
(Normal/High/Low)
Fig. 2-13 RAW image quality setting display
-Reputable third-party applications
<Adobe Photoshop LE 5.0>
Enables image editing and image preparation for the Web or printing.
<Apple QuickTime 4.1>
Standard multimedia tool that can playback movies, sound, still images, etc. It can playback the movie clips and sound
recorded by the PowerShot G1. Files can also be saved in the QuickTime VR format.
2-2 Design Concept
High-resolution lens and T-shape to emphasize reliability
New user interface for easy operation of many features and creating images
-Two integrated Mode dials
-Large, vari-angle LCD monitor for shooting at various angles
-Display panel with an easy-to-read layout
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3. Exterior
3-1 External Photos
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3-2 6-dimensional Views
119.3 (4.7)
63.8 (2.5)
115.9 (4.6)
52.7 (2.1)
76.8 78.9
(3.0) (3.1)
72.8
(2.9)
119.7 (4.7)
123.1 (4.8)
Wide side : 39.3 (1.5)
Tele side : 39.53 (1.56)
Middle : 34.7 (1.4)
Unit : mm (in.)
*This figure is prototype.
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3-3 Nomenclature and Functions
Main Dial
Hot shoe
Mode Dial
Display Panel
Continuous/Self-timer/
Wireless Controller Button
Shutter Button
Ring
Zoom Lever
Viewfinder
Indicators
Spot Metering/Enlarge Button
Macro/JUMP Button
Diopter Adjustment Lever
Flash/Multi Button
Omni Selector
MENU Button
SET Button
AE Lock/FE Lock Button
LCD Monitor
Exposure/White Balance/AEB/
Flash Exposure Compensation Button
DISPLAY Button
Remote Sensor
Optical Viewfinder Window
Built-in Flash
Strap Eyelet
MF(Manual Focus)
Button
MF
Speaker
Terminal Cover
Microphone
CF Card Slot Cover
Lens
AF Auxiliary Light Emitter
Red-eye Reduction Lamp
Self-timer Lamp
A/V OUT (Audio/Video
Out ) Terminal
<Internal>
DC IN Terminal
Tripod Socket
Battery Cover
Button Battery Holder
(internal)
Battery Lock
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A/V
DIGITAL Terminal
● Display Panel
Red-eye Reduction icon
Single shot/Continuous shot icon
Flash ON/OFF icon
Spot Metering icon
Wireless Controller icon
Shutter Speed/Movie
Shooting time display
Aperture Setting display
Manual Focus icon
AE lock/FE Lock icon
Battery Charge State icon
JPEG compression icon
Self-timer icon
Resolution icon
Information display
RAW icon
Custom White Balance display
White Balance icon
(Auto/Preset)
AEB icon
Macro Mode icon
Exposure Compensation level/AEB level/
Flash Exposure Compensation level display
Flash Exposure
Compensation icon
-Red-Eye Reduction icon
Displayed when red-eye reduction is set.
-Flash On/Off icon
Auto : No icon is displayed.
OFF : The flash-OFF icon is displayed.
ON : The flash-ON icon is displayed.
-Spot Metering icon
Displayed when spot metering is set.
-Shutter Speed/Movie Shooting time display
(Indicates the remaining/passing time of Movie.)
-AE lock/FE lock icon
-JPEG compression icons
(Super Fine/Fine/Normal)
-Resolution icons (Large/Middle/Small)
-RAW icon
-White Balance mode icon
Displays the selected white balance mode.
-AEB icon
Displayed when AEB is set.
-Macro mode icon
Displayed when the macro feature is set.
-Flash Exposure Compensation icon
Displayed when flash exposure compensation is set.
-Single Shot/Continuous Shot icon
During single shooting, the top icon ( ) is displayed.
During continuous shooting, the entire icon is displayed.
-Wireless Controller icon
-Aperture Setting display
-Manual Focus icon
Displayed when Manual Focus is set.
-Battery Cahrge State icon
Displayed all when the battery level is normal.
Blinks for low battery level.
Blinks when the camera cannot operate and "Lb"
is also displayed at Information Display area.
-Self-Timer mode icon
Displayed when the self-timer is set.
The single shooting icon is also displayed.
-Information display (three-digit)
Indicates the remaining number of exposures.
Indicates any errors (when no CF card is inserted
or when the card has an error).
Indicates battery level (when the batteries are exhausted
and the camera cannot operate).
Indicates a PC connection.
-Custom White Balance icon
Displayed when custom white balance is set.
-Exposure Compensation level/AEB level/
Flash Exposure Compensation level display
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4. System
4-1 Product Diagram
Japan
P o w e rS h o t G 1
North America/Canada/Taiwan
P C IN T E R F A C E K IT P K 5 0 0
I n t e r f a c e A d a p t e r f o r P C - 9 8 S e r ie s
P o w e rS h o t G 1
Europe
P o w e rS h o t G 1
OTH
P o w e rS h o t G 1
B a t t e ry P a c k
All Destinations
C h a r g e A d a p t e r / C a r B a t t e r y C a b le
K it C R - 5 6 0
C o m p a c t P o w e r A d a p te r
W id e C o n v e r t e r
T e le - c o n v e r t e r
C lo s e - u p L e n s
C o n v e r s io n L e n s A d a p t e r
W ir e le s s C o n t r o lle r
S o ft C a s e
I n t e r f a c e C a b le
I n t e r f a c e C a b le
I n t e r f a c e C a b le
A V C a b le
It e m
P o w e rS h o t G 1 B o d y
Le n s C a p
N e c k S t ra p
W ir e le s s C o n t r o lle r
L it h iu m B a t t e r y ( f o r W ir e le s s C o n t r o lle r )
B a t t e ry P a c k
C o m p a c t P o w e r A d a p te r
A C C a b le ( J )
A V C a b le
C o m p a c t F la s h C a r d
C a s e f o r C o m p a c t F la s h C a r d
I n t e r f a c e C a b le ( f o r U S B )
C D - R O M ( D r iv e r , a p p lic a t io n s o f t ) * 1
I n t e r f a c e A d a p t e r f o r P C - 9 8 S e r ie s
P o w e rS h o t G 1 B o d y
Le n s C a p
N e c k S t ra p
W ir e le s s C o n t r o lle r
L it h iu m B a t t e r ( f o r W ir e le s s C o n t r o lle )
B a t t e ry P a c k
C o m p a c t P o w e r A d a p te r
A C C a b le ( N )
A V C a b le
I n t e r f a c e C a b le ( f o r U S B )
C D - R O M ( D r iv e r , a p p lic a t io n s o f t ) * 1
C o m p a c t F la s h C a r d
C a s e f o r C o m p a c t F la s h C a r d
P o w e rS h o t G 1 B o d y
Le n s C a p
N e c k S t ra p
W ir e le s s C o n t r o lle r
L it h iu m B a t t e r ( f o r W ir e le s s C o n t r o lle )
B a t t e ry P a c k
C o m p a c t P o w e r A d a p te r
A C C a b le ( E )
A V C a b le
I n t e r f a c e C a b le ( f o r U S B )
C o m p a c t F la s h C a r d
C a s e f o r C o m p a c t F la s h C a r d
P o w e rS h o t G 1 B o d y
Le n s C a p
N e c k S t ra p
W ir e le s s C o n t r o lle r
L it h iu m B a t t e r ( f o r W ir e le s s C o n t r o lle )
B a t t e ry P a c k
C o m p a c t P o w e r A d a p te r
A C C a b le ( E , B , A S )
A V C a b le
I n t e r f a c e C a b le ( f o r U S B )
C D - R O M ( D r iv e r , a p p lic a t io n s o f t ) * 1
C o m p a c t F la s h C a r d
C a s e f o r C o m p a c t F la s h C a r d
B a t t e ry P a c k
T e r m in a l C o v e r
C h a rg e A d a p t e r
C a r B a t t e r y C a b le
D C C a b le
C o m p a c t P o w e r A d a p te r
W id e C o n v e r t e r
L e n s C a p / L e n s D u s t C a p / S o ft C a s e
T e le - c o n v e r t e r
L e n s C a p / L e n s D u s t C a p / S o ft C a s e
C lo s e - u p L e n s
C o n v e r s io n L e n s A d a p t e r
W ir e le s s C o n t r o lle r
L it h iu m B a t t e r ( f o r W ir e le s s C o n t r o lle )
S o ft C a s e
I n t e r f a c e C a b le ( f o r U S B )
I n t e r f a c e C a b le ( f o r S e r ia l)
I n t e r f a c e C a b le ( f o r M a c )
A V C a b le
Also used for Digital camcorder group’s products
Also used for Film camera group’s products
Name of software
-
Windows
Canon Utilities ZoomBrowser EX 2.4 (PhotoRecord 1.2
Canon Utilities PhotoStitch 3.1
Canon Utilities RemoteCapture 1.1
Canon Digital Camera RS-232C T WAIN Driver 3.4
Canon Digital Camera USB T WAIN Driver 3.4
Adobe Photoshop 5.0 LE
Apple QuickT ime 4.1
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New
New
New
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New
C u rre n t
C u rre n t
New
New
New
New
New
G
New
New
C u rre n t
C u rre n t
New
New
New
New
G
New
C u rre n t
C u rre n t
New
New
New
New
G
New
New
C u rre n t
C u rre n t
New
New
New
New
New
New
G
New
New
Alsp used for PowerShot S series
G General purpose
Macintosh
Canon Utilities ImageBrowser 1.4
Canon Utilities PhotoStitch 3.1
Canon Utilities RemoteCapture 1.1
Canon Digital Camera Plug-In module 3.4
Adobe Photoshop 5.0 LE
Apple QuickT ime 4.1
Table 4-1 Product Chart (excluding printed matter)
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No.
N S -D C 1 0 0
W L -D C 1 0 0
C R -2 0 2 5
B P -5 1 1
C A -5 6 0
A V C -D C 1 0 0
F C -1 6 M
IF C -2 0 0 P C U
A D -P C 9 8
N S -D C 1 0 0
W L -D C 1 0 0
C R -2 0 2 5
B P -5 1 1
C A -5 6 0
A V C -D C 1 0 0
IF C -2 0 0 P C U
F C -1 6 M
N S -D C 1 0 0
W L -D C 1 0 0
C R -2 0 2 5
B P -5 1 1
C A -5 6 0
A V C -D C 1 0 0
IF C -2 0 0 P C U
F C -1 6 M
N S -D C 1 0 0
W L -D C 1 0 0
C R -2 0 2 5
B P -5 1 1
C A -5 6 0
A V C -D C 1 0 0
IF C -2 0 0 P C U
F C -1 6 M
B P -5 1 1
C G -5 6 0
C B -5 6 0
C A -5 6 0
W C -D C 5 8
T C -D C 5 8
250D 58m m
L A -D C 5 8
W L -D C 1 0 0
C R -2 0 2 5
S C -P S 4 0 0
IF C -2 0 0 P C U
IF C -2 0 0 P C S
IF C -2 0 0 M C
A V C -D C 1 0 0
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Macintosh
Windows
Digital Printer CD-300
CF Type I/II
CF Slot
Hot Shoe
SPEEDLITE
220EX
380EX
420EX
550EX
Li-Ion Battery BP-511
A/V
OUT
DC IN 9.5V DIGITAL
Charge Adapter /
Car Battery Cable Kit
CR-560
Charge Adapter
CG-560
PowerShot G1 Camera Body
Battery Loading Gate
Conversion Lens Adapter
LA-DC58
PC card Adapter
(PCMCIA Adapter)
or
CF Card Reader
Wireless Controller
WL-DC100
Tele-converter TC-DC58
Wide Converter WC-DC58
Close-up Lens 250D 58mm
4-2 Connection Diagram
PUSH
AD-PC98
Car Battery Cable CB-560
Compact Power Adapter
CA-560
AV Cable AV-DC100
RS-422
I/F Cable IFC-200MC
RS-232C
I/F Cable IFC-200PCS
USB
I/F Cable IFC-200PCU
Soft Case SC-PS400
TV Monitor
Macintosh
Windows
5. Specifications
5-1 Specifications
<CCD>
-Reading format
-Chip size
-Total pixels
-Effective pixels
Interline
8.10 (H) X 6.64 (V) mm (0.3 X 0.2 in.) equivalent to 1/1.8-inch
Approx. 3.34 million (2,140 (H) X 1,560 (V))
Approx. 3.24 million (2,088 (H) X 1,550 (V))
<Lens>
-Focal length
-f/number
-Focusing range
(Measured from top of lens Macro
barrel)
-Lens construction
7 (W) - 21 (T) mm (34 (W) - 102(T) mm 35mm film equivalent)
2.0 (W) - 2.5 (T)
Normal AF : 70 cm (2.3 ft.) -infinity
AF : 6 (0.2 ft.) (W)/20 (0.7 ft.) (T) - 70 cm (2.3 ft.)
Manual Focus : 6 (0.2 ft.) (W)/20 (0.7 ft.) (T) - infinity
7 groups 8 pieces
<Optical viewfinder>
-Type
-Magnification
-Coverage
Real-image optical zoom viewfinder
0.31 (W) - 0.93 (T)
Vertical : 84% Horizontal : 84% (When object is 3m away.)
-3.0-+1.0 dpt.
<LCD viewfinder>
-Type
-Pixels
-Display size
-Coverage
Low-temperature polycrystalline silicon TFT color LCD
113.578 dot (521 (H) X 218 (V))
46 mm diagonal (1.8inch)
97%
<Focusing>
-Control system
-Focusing points
TTL Autofuocus (Continuous/Single)
1 focusing point
<Exposure control>
-Light Metering method
-Exposure method
-Exposure compensation
<White balance>
-Mode
<Aperture and shutter>
-Shutter type
-Aperture range
-Shutter speed
AF lock and Manual focus are available.
Center-weighted averaging/Spot
Program AE/Shutter speed-priority AE/Aperture-priority AE/Manual
AE Lock is available.
+/-2.0EV (at every 1/3-stop)
Auto Exposure Bracketing (AEB) is available.
TTL auto white balance, pre-set white balance (available settings : Daylight, Cloudy,
Tungsten, Fluorescent or Flash) or Custom white balance
Mechanical shutter and electronic shutter
W : F2.0 - F8.0/T : F2.5 - F8.0
8 - 1/1,000 sec.
(8 sec. shutter is available in Shutter speed-priority AE or Manual mode.)
(Aperture value is fixed to F8 if users set the shutter speed from 1/640 to 1/1,000 sec.
in Shutter speed-priority AE or Manual mode.)
(Shutter speed from 1/640 to 1/1,000 sec. is not available, if users set aperture value
except for F8 in Aperture-priority mode or Manual mode.)
Slow shutter of 1.3 sec. and more operates with noise reduction.
G22
<Flash (Built-in)>
-Operation modes
-Flash range
-Recycling time
-Flash exposure compensation
Auto, Red-eye reduction auto, Red-eye reduction ON, ON or OFF
0.7 - 4.5 m (W)/0.7 - 3.6 m (T) (When sensitivity is set to ISO100 equivalent)
10 sec. or shorter (full flash, battery voltage=7.4 V)
+/- 2.0EV (at every 1/3-stop)
<Flash (External)>
-Flash contacts
-Compatibility
-Flash exposure compensation
Sync-terminals at accessory shoe
Canon SPEEDLITE 220EX, 380EX, 420EX, 550EX
+/- 2.0EV (at every 1/3-stop)
<Shooting/Recording specifications>
-Shooting modes
Auto/Creative zone(Program, Shutter priority, Aperture priority and Manual)/
Programmed Image Control zone(Pan-focus, Portrait, Landscape, Night scene,
Black & White, Stitch assist and Movie)
-Continuous shooting
Approx. 1.7 images/sec. (at Large/Fine mode and LCD viewfinder is OFF)
-Movie
Approx. 15 frames/sec., up to approx. 30 sec./shot
-Self timer
Operates with approx. 10 seconds countdown.
-Wireless control
Shooting and playback are available (Wireless controller is included in the camera
kit).
When shooting, image is captured 2 seconds after shutter release operation.
-Sensitivity (Equivalent film speed) Auto, ISO50, ISO100, ISO200 and ISO400 equivalent (At Auto setting, camera auto
matically adjusts sensitivity in the range of from ISO50 to ISO100 equivalent.)
-Digital tele-converter
2X/4X (Maximum 12X digital zoom is available when combined with optical zoom.)
-Release time lag
Approx. 0.07sec.
-Shooting interval
Approx. 1.8sec.
-JPEG compression mode
Super Fine, Fine or Normal
-Number of recording pixels
Still image : Large: 2,048 X 1,536/Middle : 1,024 X 768/Small : 640 X 480
Movie : 320 X 240
-File format
Design rule for Camera File system (DCF*)
* “DCF” is an abbreviation of “Design rule for Camera File system” standardized by Japan
Electronic Industry Development Association (JEIDA).
-Print order format
-Image recording format
-Storage media
-Storage capacity
Digital Print Order Format (DPOF) Version 1.0
Still image: JPEG or RAW
Movie: AVI (Image data: Motion JPEG, Audio data: WAVE [monaural])
CompactFlash™ (CF) card (Type I or Type II)
Above-written figures are measured under Canon’s standard conditions and may
vary depending on the scene, subjects or camera settings.
Small/N Small/F Small/SF M iddle/N M iddle/F M iddle/SF Large/N Large/F Large/SF RAW
M ovie
File Size
88KB 156KB 273KB
174KB
329KB
591KB 468KB 943KB 1,722KB 2,469KB
FC-8M
79
46
26
41
22
12
15
7
3
2
30 sec.
FC-16M
161
94
54
84
45
25
32
15
8
5
62 sec
FC-30M
325
190
110
171
92
51
65
32
17
11
125 sec.
FC-32M
323
189
109
170
91
51
64
32
17
11
124 sec
FC-64M
648
379
220
342
183
103
130
64
35
24
250 sec
FC-128M
1298
760
441
684
368
207
261
130
71
49
502 sec
340MB
3639
2079
1212
1898
1015
581
727
366
200
140 1408 sec.
(M icrodrive)
*For movies, time figures are displayed as if the movies were shot continuously.
-Tone reproduction
8 bits X 3 colors (10-bit signal processing)
G23
<Playback specifications>
-Playback modes
-Magnify
-Vertical and horizontal
conversion
<Erasing specifications>
-Erasing modes
<Interface>
-Computer I/F
-A/V out
<Display specifications>
-LED (Upper LED)
-LED (Lower LED)
<Power Supply>
-Power sources
-Power current
consumption
Single, Multi (9 thumbnail images), Magnification or Slide show
Approx. 2.5X or 5X on built-in LCD monitor
Vertical and horizontal conversion can be set on each image.
(Both LCD and Video Out play an image according to setting.)
Single image, all images (When "All images" is set, any images in the CF card captured
with another camera or peripheral device (DCF format) are erased. Regarding Canon
digital cameras, images taken by the PowerShot 600/600N, the PowerShot 350, Power
Shot A5, PowerShot A5 Zoom, PowerShot Pro70 will not be erased but those taken by
PowerShot A50 (DCF only), PowerShot S10, PowerShot S20, IXY DIGITAL, Power
Shot Pro90 IS and EOS D30 (DCF format) will be erased.) *Protected images are not erased.
Universal Serial Bus (USB), RS-232C/RS-422,
Video
: NTSC or PAL selectable
Audio
: monaural
Cable type : L-type plug (3.5mm dia.)
-Lights in green : Indicates that the camera is ready with flash off.
Charging battery completed (full charge)
-Blinks in green : Recording to CF card/Reading CF card/Erasing data on CF card
-Lights in orange : Indicates that the camera and flash are ready.
Charging battery completed (adequate charge for use)
-Blinks in orange : Indicates that the camera is ready (camera shake warning)/during
charging battery
-Lights in yellow : SW1 ON in macro shooting/manual focus shooting
Rechargeable Lithium-ion battery (type: BP-511), AC adapter (type: CA-560),
Car battery adapter (type: CR-560) (option)
During shooting with LCD OFF : Approx. 130mA
(excluding rush current) (Battery voltage = 7.4 V)
with LCD ON : Approx. 700mA
(excluding rush current) (Battery voltage = 7.4 V)
During playback with LCD
: Approx. 500mA
(excluding rush current) (Battery voltage = 7.4 V)
G24
-Shooting capacity
LCD ON BP-511 : Approx. 260 images
LCD OFF BP-511 : Approx. 800 images
Canon’s standard conditions of measuring shooting capacity are as follows:
Normal temperature (23 Celsius degrees). LCD viewfinder is ON. Shoot images at wide angle end and at
telephoto end alternately with 20 seconds intervals. Use flash at every 4-time shootings. Turn camera off and
on at every 8-time shootings.
-Playback time
BP-511: Approx. 160 min.
Canon’s standard conditions of measuring playback time are as follows:
Normal temperature (23 Celsius degrees). Repeat playback automatically at a speed of 1 image per 5 seconds.
-Charging time
<Camera specifications>
-Operating temperature
-Operating humidity
-Dimensions (WxHxD)
-Weight
Installed in the camera : Approx. 80 min (Adequate charge for use: Approx. 90%)
Full charge (100%) requires another approx. 2 hours.
0 - 40 C (32 - 104 F)
10 - 90%
119.7 X 76.8 X 63.8 mm (4.7 X 3.0 X 2.5 in.) (excluding protrusion)
Approx. 420 g (14.8 oz) (excluding batteries and CF card)
G25
[Parameter availability by modes]
Shooting mode
Green
Size
WB
Flash
Drive
Quality
Digital zoom
AE+/AEB EF+/Macro
0 else 0 else 0 else Auto else Red-eye Auto Red-eye ON OFF Ext Single Cont. Self Off On L M S SF F N RAW AVI OFF ON
Auto
ON
D X D X D X D X
d
O
D
O D O D O O O D O X
X
X O O
X
X
Auto
P
Creative
Tv
d
Av
Manual
D
Landscape
Night scene
Portrait
D
Image Pan-focus
d
O
d
O
X
D
X
D
X
O X X D
B&W
StitchAssist D
Movie
D
Shooting mode
O
D
O D
X
X
D
X
d
O
D
X
D
D
X
O
X
X
O
O
d
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
D
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
D
D
X
X
X
D
D
O
D
D
D
X
O
O
D
O
O
O
O
O
O
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
D
O
O
X
X
O
O
O
O
D
O d O O O d O
D
D
D
D
X
X
D
D
D
O d O O O d O
O
X
X
X
X
X
X
D
D
O
D
D
X
X
X
O
O d
O d O
O X X X X X X
Contrast Saturation
- 0 + - 0 +
X D X X D X
Sharpness
Sensitivity
Metering mode
AF
Focus AE lock Av/T v
0 + Auto 50 100 200 400 Normal Spot Cont One AF MF Off On Av T v
Green
Auto
X D X D X X
X
X
D
X
D X D X X X
P
D O X X
O d O O d O O d O O d O O O
O
Creative
Tv
D
D O D O X O
Av
D O O X
O
D X O O
Manual
X
d
Landscape X best X X best X X best X best X X
X
X
best
X
D O D X
Night scene X best X X best X X best X best X X
X
X
best
X
D O D X
Portrait
X best X X best X X best X best X X
X
X
best
X
D O D X X X
Image Pan-focus X best X X best X X best X best X X
X
X
best
X
X
X
X X X X
B&W
X best X X best X X best X D X X
X
X
best
X
D O D X
d
O
StitchAssist X best X X best X X best X D X X
X
X
best
X
D O D X
Movie
X best X X best X X best X D X X
X
X
best
X
D
X
D O D X X X
D : Default (set to switch the modes) d : factory preset O : Selectable
: The parameter is changeable at first shot is in StitchAssist mode X : Unselectable
memorized in case of shut down
[Replay compatibility]
The following table shows the replay compatibility of images shot by PowerShot series cameras. The PowerShot G1
supports up to 3,200(H) x 2,400(V) pixels as its main image resolution.
Model Name PS 350
CIFF
(Capture)
PS A5/A5 Zoom CIFF
PS Pro70
CIFF
PS A50
CIFF
DCF
PS S10/S20
DCF
IXY DIGIT AL DCF
PS G1
DCF
PS Pro90 IS
DCF
EOS D30
DCF
DCF model from DCF
other companies
Model name (Replay)
PS 350 PS A5/A5 Zoom PS Pro70 PS A50 PS S10/S20 DIGIT AL IXUS
PS S100
O
O
O
O
O
X
O*1
O*1
O*1
O*1
X
O*2
O*1
O*1
O*1
X
O*2
O*1
O*1
O*1
X
O*1
O*1
O*1
X
X
X
*3
X
X
X
O
O
O
O*3
O
O
X
X
X
X
X
O*3 *1 O*4 *1
O*4 *1
X
O*3 *1 O*4 *1
O*4 *1
X
X
X
X
X
X
O*3 *1 O*4 *1
O*4 *1
O*3
O*4
O*4
X
X
X
PS G1 PS Pro90 IS EOS D30
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
O*1
O
O
O
O
O
O*4
O*1
O
O
O
O
O
O*4
O*1
O
O
O
O
O
O*4
O : Replayable
: Replay of images in RAW mode not possible
X : Not replayable
*1 : Thumbnail display of RAW mode images
*2 : Thumbnail display of RAW mode images
JPEG file replay up to 1,024 x 768 pixels
*3 : Only JPEG file replay
Replayable up to 1,632 x 1,232 pixels. Thumbnail display (160 x 120) of images exceeding that size.
"Image too large" message displayed when too big.
*4 : Only JPEG file replay
Replayable up to 3,200 x 2,400 pixels. Thumbnail display (160 x 120) of images exceeding that size.
"Image too large" message displayed when too big.
Since the PowerShot G1/Pro90 IS’s RAW has an internal JPEG file for playback, a full-screen image is displayed.
However, if the RAW from the PowerShot A50 and older models is played back with the PowerShot G1/Pro90 IS, thumbnails will be displayed.
G26
5-2 System requirements (Canon Digital Camera Solution Disk 2.0 is required for installing software)
[Microsoft Windows®95, Windows®98, WindowsNT® 4.0 and Windows® 2000]
-Computer Model
IBM PC/AT or compatible
-OS
Microsoft Windows® 95, Windows® 98 (including Second Edition),
Windows® Me, Windows NT® 4.0 (Service Pack 3 or higher) and
Windows® 2000
-CPU
Pentium 133MHz or better. (Windows Me : Pentium 150 MHz or better)
-RAM
32MB RAM minimum for Windows 95 and Windows 98.
64MB RAM minimum for Windows Me, Windows NT 4.0 and Windows 2000.
-Hard disk space
Canon Utilities
ZoomBrowser EX (include PhotoRecord)
120MB
PhotoStitch
40MB
RemoteCapture
20MB
Canon Digital Camera USB TWAIN Driver
15MB
Canon Digital Camera RS-232C TWAIN Driver
15MB
Adobe Photoshop LE
(This is not included Canon Digital Camera Solution Disk 2.0 )
40MB
-Interface
USB (Windows 98/Windows Me/Windows 2000 pre-install model and upgraded model from Windows 98 pre-install model to Windows Me).
RS-232C (optional Interface Cable IFC-200PCS is required).
-Display
800 x 600 pixels – 256 colors minimum,
1024 x 768 pixels – 16-bit color or more recommended.
-Sound card
Playing back sound tracks from movie files requires.
Playing back movie files and/or using QuickTime VR function requires QuickTime 3.0 or higher.
(QuickTime 4.1 is in the CD-ROM “DIGITAL CAMERA Solution Disk” included in this package.)
These softwares are not available on Windows Image Acquisition (WIA) function offered by Windows Me.
[Macintosh]
-Computer Model
-OS
-CPU
-RAM
-Hard disk space
-Interface
-Display
Power Macintosh, PowerBook, iMac or iBook
Mac OS 8.1 or higher, QuickTime 3.0 or higher
(QuickTime 4.1 is in the CD-ROM “DIGITAL CAMERA Solution Disk”
included in this package.)
PowerPC
20MB RAM minimum for application memory.
Canon Utilities
ImageBrowser EX
20MB
PhotoStitch
30MB
RemoteCapture
15MB
Canon Digital Camera Plug-In Module
15MB
Adobe Photoshop LE
(This is not included Canon Digital Camera Solution Disk 2.0 )
40MB
USB (iMac, iBook and Power Macintosh NEW G3/Power Macintosh G4 or
PowerBook G3 with Apple genuine USB interface only. iMac Update 1.0 and
iMac Firmware Update 1.0 must be installed for use in your iMac computer
under Mac OS 8.1.).
RS-422 (Modem port or printer port – optional Interface Cable IFC-200MC is
required).
800 x 600 pixels – 256 colors minimum,
1024 x 768 pixels – thousands of colors or more recommended.
Plug-In Module requires Adobe Photoshop® 3.0 or higher (Adobe Photoshop 5.0LE is included in this package).
G27
<Accessories’ Compatibility>
PowerShot G1
PowerShot PRO90 IS
<Battery>
NB-6N
NB-5H
NB-4H
NB-1L
BP-511
X
X
X
X
O
X
X
X
X
O
for PS 600, 600N
for PS A, S series
for PS Pro70
for IXY DIGITAL/DIGITAL IXUS/PS S100 DIGITAL ELPH
for Video Camera FV-2, FV-10
<Adapter/Charger>
CB-15N
CA-PS100/100E
CA-PS200
CA-PS300
CB-2L/2LE
CA-560
CR-560
X
X
X
X
X
O
O
X
X
X
X
X
O
O
for PS 600, 600N
for PS A, S series
for PS Pro70
for IXY DIGITAL/DIGITAL IXUS/PS S100 DIGITAL ELPH
for IXY DIGITAL/DIGITAL IXUS/PS S100 DIGITAL ELPH
for Video Camera FV-2, FV-10
for Video Camera FV-2, FV-10
<DC Coupler>
DR-100/100A
DR-200
DR-300
X
X
X
X
X
X
for PS A, S series
for PS Pro70
for IXY DIGITAL/DIGITAL IXUS/PS S100 DIGITAL ELPH
<Lens accessories>
WC-PS28
WC-DC58
TC-DC58
250D 58mm
500D 58mm
LA-DC58
LH-DC58
X
O
O
O
X
O
X
X
O
X
X
O
X
O
for PS 600, 600N
for PS G1, PRO90 IS
for PS G1
for EOS
for EOS
for PS G1
for PS PRO90 IS
<Speedlite>
220EX
380EX
550EX
420EX
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
for EOS, PS Pro70
for EOS, PS Pro70
for EOS
for EOS
<Wireless controller>
WL-DC100
O
O
for G1, PS PRO90 IS
G28
Note
PowerShot G1
PowerShot PRO90 IS
Note
<Cable etc.>
VC-100
VC-200
AVC-DC100
IFC98B/15
IFCDOS/V
IFC-100PC
IFC-100MC
IFC-200PCS
IFC-200PCU
IFC-200MC
AD-PC98
X
X
O
X
X
X
X
O
O
O
O
X
X
O
X
X
X
X
O
O
O
O
for PS A, S series
for IXY DIGITAL/DIGITAL IXUS/PS S100 DIGITAL ELPH
for G1, PS PRO90 IS
for PS600, 600N
for PS600, 600N
for PS A series, PS Pro70
for PS A series, PS Pro70
for PS S series
for PS S series
for PS S series
for PS S series
<Case>
SC-10
SC-PS100
SHC-PS200
SC-PS300
SC-PS400
SHC-PS300
X
X
X
X
O
X
X
X
X
X
X
O
for PS 600, 600N
for PS A, S series
for PS Pro70
for IXY DIGITAL/DIGITAL IXUS/PS S100 DIGITAL ELPH
for PS G1
for PS PRO90 IS
<All Weather Case>
AW-PS100
AW-110
AW-PS200
X
X
X
X
X
X
for PS A5
for PS A5Z
for IXY DIGITAL/DIGITAL IXUS/PS S100 DIGITAL ELPH
G29
5-3 Main accessory specifications
<Wide Converter WC-DC58>
-Magnification
: Approx. 0.8X
-Focal length
: infinity
-Lens construction
: 3 groups 3 pieces
-Focusing range
: 10mm (0.03 ft.) -infinity
(on maximum wide angle, measured from front lens)
-Dimension
: Length : 40.2mm (1.6 in.)
Maximum diameter : 80.0mm (3.1 in.)
-Weight
: 157g (5.5 oz)
-Attaching to the camera : 58mm standard filter screw
59.5
( 2.3)
80.0
(3.1)
2.5
(0.1)
37.7
(1.5)
(The LA-DC58 is required to attach the
Fig. 5-1 Wide Converter WC-DC dimensions.
(mm (inch))
WC-DC58 to PowerShot G1)
<Tele-converter TC-DC58>
-Magnification
: Approx. 1.5X
-Focal length
: infinity
-Lens construction
: 2 groups 3 pieces
-Focusing range
: 400 mm (1.3 ft.) -infinity
(at telephoto end, measured from front lens)
-Dimension
: Length : 37.3mm (1.5 in.)
Maximum diameter : 65.0mm (2.6 in.)
-Weight
: 117g (4.1 oz)
-Attaching to the camera : 58mm standard filter screw
34.8
1.4
(The LA-DC58 is required to attach the
TC-DC58 to PowerShot G1)
59.5
(2.3)
65.0
(2.6)
2.5
0.1
Fig. 5-2 Tele Converter TC-DC58 dimensions.
(mm (inch))
<Close-up Lens 250D 58mm>
-Focal length
: 250mm
-Focusing range
: 120 - 200 mm (0.4 - 0.7 ft.) (measured from front lens with Macro mode)
*Even if the user is shooting in normal AF mode with the Close-up Lens attached, the camera will focus
within a range of 200 - 250 mm (0.7 - 0.8 ft.).
-Attaching to the camera : 58mm standard filter screw
(The LA-DC58 is required to attach the 250D to PowerShot G1)
-Weight
: Approx. 80g (2.8 oz)
<Conversion Lens Adapter LA-DC58>
-See Fig. 5-3 for the dimensions.
-Weight : Approx. 15.6g (0.6 oz)
*To attach the LA-DC58 to the PowerShot G1,
first remove the lens ring, then attach the adapter in its place.
∅ 62.0
(2.4)
∅ 55.0 (2.2)
∅ 50.0
(2.0)
34.67+/-0.05
(1.4)
Fig. 5-3 Conversion Lens Adapter LA-DC58 dimensions (mm (in.))
G30
<AV Cable AVC-DC100>
- RCA pin plug-L plug
- See Fig. 5-4 for the dimensions.
1500+/-100 (59.1+/- 4.0)
150+/-30 (6.0+/- 1.2)
60 (2.4)
Yellow
Black
Fig. 5-4 AV Cable AVC-DC100 dimensions (mm (in.))
<Battery Pack BP-511>
-Type
-Nominal voltage
-Nominal capacity
-Charging time
(Adequate charge for use)
-Operating Temperature
-Operating humidity
-Dimensions (W X H X D)
-Weight
: Lithium-ion secondary battery
: DC 7.4 V
: Approx. 1,100 mAh
: Approx. 80 min. (charging the battery installed in the camera)
Approx. 80 min. (charging with CG-560 and CA-560, rapid charging)
Approx. 80 min.
(charging with CG-560 and CB-560, rapid charging by car)
: 0-40 C (32 - 104 F)
21 (0.8)
: 65% or less RH
: Approx. 38 X 55 X 21 mm (1.5 x 2.2 x 0.8 in.)
: Approx. 70 g (2.5oz)
38 (1.5)
55
(2.2)
Fig. 5-5 Battery Pack BP-511 dimensions (mm (in.))
<Compact Power Adapter CA-560>
-Rated input power source
: AC 100-240 V (+/- 10%, 50Hz/60Hz)
-Nominal rated output
: DC 9.5V 2.7A (Japan)/DC 9.5V 2.7A (North America)/DC 9.5V 2.7A (PAL)
-Power Consumption
: Approx. 60VA (100V)-75VA (240V) (Japan)/Approx. 34W (North America)/
Approx. 34W (PAL)
-Operating Temperature
: 0 - 40 C (32 - 104 F)
-Recommended temperature
: 10 - 30 C (50 - 86 F)
-Dimensions (W X H X D)
: Approx. 57 X 28 X 104 mm (2.2 x 1.1 x 4.1 in.) (the main unit only)
Adapter cable length : Approx. 1.8 m (71.0 in.)
-Weight (the main unit only)
: Approx. 180 g (6.3 oz) (Japan)/Approx. 180 g (North America)/Approx. 180 g (PAL)
(Power cable)
Approx. 90 g (3.2 oz) (Japan)/Approx. 115 g (4.1 oz) (North America)/
Approx. 115 g (4.1 oz) (PAL), Approx. 90 g (3.2 oz) (E),
Approx. 150 g (5.3 oz) (B), Approx. 125 g (4.4 oz) (AS)
28 (1.1)
104 (4.1)
57 (2.2)
Fig. 5-6 Compact Power Adapter CA-560 dimensions (mm (in.))
G31
<Charge Adapter/Car Battery Cable Kit CR-560>
<Charge Adapter CG-560>
-Input voltage
: DC 9.5 V
-Input current
: DC 2.5A 2.7A (DC 9.5V, while charging the battery pack)
-Nominal output
: Battery terminals : DC 8.4V 1.6A (while charging the BP-511)
DC OUT terminals : DC 8.4V 1.6A (with the adapter)
-Charging detection : Voltage/current detection by a microprocessor
-Charging time
: BP-511: Approx. 80 min.
-Charging indications : No Battery Pack attached : Off
Battery Pack charging : Flashing in red
36 (1.4)
Charging completed : Lit up in red
Battery Pack malfunction : Flashing>>Off
-Terminal (DC IN) : Low type 3-pin special connector
-Operating temperature : 0 - 40C (32 - 104 F)
-Recommended temperature : 10 - 30 C (50 - 86 F)
71
-Dimensions (WXHXD) : Approx. 93 X 36 X 71 mm
(2.8)
(3.7 x 1.4 x 2.8 in.)
-Weight
: Approx. 140g (4.9 oz)
93 (3.7)
B
B
B
A
Fig. 5-7 Charge Adapter CG-560 dimensions (mm (in.))
<Car Battery Cable CB-560>
-Type
: Car Battery Cable with a cigarette plug
-Connectable cigarette
: DC 12V/DC 24V, minus grounded (can be used in cars in most of countries.)
lighter socket
-Protection device
: Fuse (built-in 125V, 4A (factory preset))
-Cable length
: Approx. 1.8m (71.0 in.), with a special terminal on the other end.
-Weight
: Approx. 80g (2.8 oz)
Fig. 5-8 Car Battery Cable CB-560 dimensions (mm (in.))
Fig. 5-9 Wireless Controller WL-DC100 dimensions (mm (in.))
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35.0 (1.4)
53.5 (2.1)
32.0 (1.3)
56.6 (2.2)
<Wireless Controller WL-DC100>
-Type
: Infrared
-Range
: 5m (16.4 ft.) or longer (front, indoor)
-Directivity
: Horizontal 15 degree 3m (9.8 ft.) or longer/
Vertical 15 degree 1m (3.3 ft.) or longer
-Battery
: CR2025
-Power current consumption: 14mA +/- 10mA
-Stand by current
: Max. 20µA
-Weight
: Approx. 10 g (0.4 oz)
6.5 (0.3)
6. Operation
6-1 Operating Procedures
<Shooting Operation>
<Basic picture-taking (Auto mode)>
-Set the main dial to “Shooting mode” and set the mode dial to “Auto. ”
-Frame the subject and press the shutter button.
-Using the Optical ViewfinderLook through the optical viewfinder, frame the subject, then press the shutter button halfway. The Indicator will light
in green and the beep will sound twice. Then press the shutter button completely to take the picture. The Shutter sound
will sound or beep will soud once. When the camera finishes writing the image to the buffer memory, the Indicator
turns off.
-Using the LCD monitor Press the DISPLAY button to turn on the LCD monitor, if it is turned off. After framing the object, press the shutter
button halfway. The image displayed on the LCD monitor will freeze for a moment. The Indicator will then immediately light in green and the beep will sound twice. Press the shutter button completely to take the pictureand the shutter
sound will sound or beep will sound once. When the picture is taken, the LCD monitor will blackout once and then the
image is displayed again (quick review). When the camera starts writing the image to the CF card, the Indicator turns
off and the LCD monitor resumes a part of viewfinder.
-The quick review displays the image on the LCD monitor for 2 sec. in default mode. The quick review will still display
the image even when LCD monitor is turned off. (keep to display the quick review if the shutter button is pressed
completely and holded). Press the SET button when the quick review is displayed, keep to display the quick review after
the shutter button is released.
<Using Flash>
-Press the FLASH button to toggle the flash mode in the following loop: Auto>>Red-eye reduction Auto>>Red-eye
reduction ON>>ON (fill-flash)>>OFF (flash disabled)>>Auto. Select the desired flash mode.
-When the flash are ready and you press the shutter button halfway, the Indicator lights in orange and the beep sounds
twice. Press the shutter button completely to take the picture.
<Self-timer>
-Press the Self-timer button to select the Self-timer shooting mode.
-When the shutter button is pressed halfway, the camera operates in the same way as with "Basic picture-taking." When the
shutter button is pressed completely, the self-timer lamp blinks. The blinking rate speeds up after 8 sec. and the picture is
taken 2 sec. later.
<Continuous Shooting (Creative zone/Image zone except for StitchAssist and Movie)>
-Press the Continuous Shooting button to select the continuous shooting mode.
-The camera operation when the shutter button is pressed halfway is the same as with "Basic picture-taking."
-Keep pressing the shutter button completely to shoot continuously. If the beep is set, beep sounds after each shot is taken.
If the LCD monitor is used, a quick review image is displayed after each shot is taken.
-Release the shutter button to stop continuous shooting.
<Wireless control shooting>
-Press the DRIVE button to select the self-timer mode and you can use the wireless controller to take still pictures and
movie and zooming operation.
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<Macro feature (Auto/Creative zone/Portrait/B&W/StitchAssist/Movie)>
-Press the MACRO button and use the Optical viewfinder or LCD monitor to frame the subject, then press the shutter
button halfway. The macro indicator lights yellow.
-The camera operation when the shutter button is pressed halfway and completely is the same as with “Basic picturetaking.”
-In Macro mode, LCD monitor is recommend for avoid parallax.
<Picture-taking with Stitch Assist (Enabled in all modes except for RAW mode, at EVF only.)>
-Set the mode dial to Stitch Assist mode
-Set the picture-taking direction with the Omni Selector, and press the SET button or take a picture (SW2).
-When the first picture is taken, aim the camera to take the next picture which is displayed in the Live image. If you want
to take the same picture again, press the Omni Selector (LEFT/RIGHT) in the direction of the previous picture. The
previous picture will then be displayed and you can take another shot to replace it. Or you can go back to taking the next
picture by pressing the Omni Selector (LEFT/RIGHT) in the next direction.
-Press the SET button to exit.
<Digital Zoom (Enabled in all modes at EVF except for StitchAssist, movie and RAW modes.)>
-The digital tele-converter ratio (Off/2x/4x) is selectable with the MENU button.
-As a short cut, the digital zoom ratio can also be changed with the SET + Omni Selector [TELE/WIDE].
<Exposure compensation, white balance, AEB, and flash exposure compensation>
- Pressing the Exposure compensation/white balance/AEB/flash exposure compensation button switches the function in
the following sequence: Exposure compensation, white balance, AEB, and flash exposure compensation.
[Exposure compensation]
- Set the exposure compensation amount with the Omni Selector. The exposure compensation index bar shifts position to
indicate the exposure compensation amount on the Display panel and the LCD monitor.
[White balance]
- Use the Omni Selector to select the desired item. The selected white balance setting is displayed on the Display panel
and the LCD monitor.
-For custom white balance, select the icon and aim at a white sheet of paper. Then press the * (AE lock) button to obtain
the data.
-Press the SET button to register the setting. Then follow the normal picture-taking procedure.
[AEB]
-Press the RIGHT key on the Omni Selector to increase the AEB range or press the LEFT key to narrow the AEB range.
[Flash exposure compensation]
-Press the Omni Selector (LEFT/RIGHT) to set the flash exposure compensation amount. The procedure is the same as
for setting the exposure compensation.
<Shooting movie (at EVF only)>
-Turn the Mode Dial to “Movie.”
-The Movie starts recording at SW2 and stops when SW2 is pressed again. The recording stops when the maximum
recording time elapses (30 sec. ) or when the buffer memory or CF card become full.
<Creative Zone>
-Set the Mode Dial to M, P, Av, or Tv.
-The Display panel displays all the values that can be set for the respective mode. At EVF, the values are also displayed on
the LCD monitor.
-Use the Omni Selector to set the desired value.
<Manual focus (Enabled in all modes except for Auto and Pan Focus, at EVF only.)>
-Press the MF button and the MF indicator lights yellow.
-Press and hold the MF button + Omni Selector (UP/DOWN) to set the focusing distance. An indicator showing the
current position will be displayed on the LCD monitor.
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<AE Lock/FE Lock (Enabled in all Creative Zone except for M, at EVF only.)>
-Set the Mode Dial to a Creative Zone mode.
-AE lock takes effect at SW1 or when the AE lock/FE Lock button is pressed while there is no other camera operation. FE
is locked in Flash mode is set.
-During AE lock, the image is captured at SW1 and SW2.
< Spot metering (Creative Zone modes only.)>
-Set the Mode Dial to a Creative Zone mode.
-The spot metering button toggles between spot metering and center-weighted averaging metering. Set it to spot metering.
<Video/Audio Out>
-In shooting modes other than Stitch Assist, the EVF output can be switched to the A/V Out. The EVF signal is output to
Video Output when the video jack is connected.
<Rec. Menu>
-In shooting mode, press the MENU button to display the Rec Menu.
-Press the Omni Selector to select the item to be set. The following items can be set:
-Resolution (Large [Default]/Middle/Small)
-Compression (Super Fine/Fine [Default]/Normal)
-File Format (RAW/JPEG[Default])
-ISO speed (50 [Default]/100/200/400/Auto)
-Digital Zoom (OFF [Default]/2X/4X)
-AF Mode (SINGLE/CONT[Default])
-Review (OFF/2 sec.[Default]/10 sec.)
-File No. reset (ON/OFF [Default])
-Contrast (-/0[Default]/+)
-Sharpness (-/0[Default]/+)
-Saturation (-/0[Default]/+)
-For each item, press the Omni Selector to make the selection, then press SET button to set it.
-Press the MENU button to exit.
<Setting MENU (Shooting/Playback)>
-Press the MENU button to display the Setting Menu.
-Press the Omni Selector to select the item to be set. The following items can be set:
-Beep (ON [Default]/OFF)
-LCD Brightness (Bright/Normal [Default])
-Shutter Sound (in shooting) (2 [Default]/0-5)
Playback Vol. (in playback) (3 [Default]/0-5)
-Auto Power Down (ON [Default]/OFF)
-Date/Time (set the date and time/Style)
-Format (CF)
-Language (English/Deutsch/Francais/Espanol/Japanese [NTSC version])
(English/Deutsch/Francais/Nederlands/Dansk/Suomi/Itliano/Norsk/Svenska/ Espanol [PAL version])
-Video System (NTSC/PAL)
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<Play>
<Normal play>
-Set the main dial to “Play mode.”
-Press the Index button to to switch from Single to Multi. In Multi mode, to display 3X3 thumbnail images. The lower
right thumbnail is the latest one. Press the JUMP button to switch JUMP mode. In single play, press the Omni Selector
(LEFT/RIGHT) to jump 9 images ahead or back. In Multi mode, press the Omni Selector (LEFT/RIGHT) to jump next
or previous page. Press the SET+[LEFT] or SET+[RIGHT] to jump the last or first image in both modes.
-In Single mode, keep to press the Omni Selector (LEFT/RIGHT) button, to do high-speed image search mode. Release
the button to be select the image at that moment.
<Wireless Control Playback>
-To enable remote control operation, set the play mode.
-Operations with the Omni Selector and DISPLAY button, toggling between single-frame and multiple playback, and
image enlargement during playback are possible by using Wireless Controller WL-DC100.
-Press the shutter button of WL-DC100 to playback movie.
<Magnification>
-In Single mode, press the Magnification button to toggle in the following loop : 1X >>2.5X >>5X>>1X. Slelct desired
magnification ratio and magnify the image on the LCD monitor.
-Press the Omni Selector to scroll the magnified image.
<Movie Playback>
-A movie file (AVI) can be played with the SET button. During playback, press the SET button once to pause the playback
and press it again to resume playback.
-During playback, press the Omni Selector (LEFT/RIGHT) to stop the playback and see the previous or next image.
<Show info>
-Press the DISPLAY button. In Single play mode, standard display type and detailed type display type can be selected.
-Details of information are as follows;
<Standard display>
1.File number 2. Movie Icon 3.Image number/total number of images 4.Protect setting icon/Sound/Recording
pixels/Image compressionlevel / DCF annotated information icon 5.Shooting Date/Time
<Detailed display>
6. Shooting mode dial information 7.Tv value 8. Av value 9. Exposure compensation value
10.Flash exposure compensation value 11.Light metering method icon (spot metering only)
12.White balance setting icon 13. Macro/Manual Focus 14. ISO speed setting
<Other Play Settings>
-In the play mode, press the MENU button to display the Play Menu.
-Press the Omni Selector to select the desired item, then press the SET button. The following items can be set:
-Single Erase
-Erase all
-Protect
-Rotate (0 degree, 90 degrees, 270 degrees)
-Slide Show
-Print Order (Marks the images to be printed with Canon Digital Printer CD-300 and the printers compatible with
DPOF)
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<Erasing Images>
-In the play mode, press the MENU button to display the Play Menu.
-Select "Single Erase" or "Erase All", then press the SET button.
-When Single Erase has been selected, the image displayed before the Play Menu appeared will be displayed. Press the
Omni Selector to select the image to be erased. Then press the SET button. A confirmation message will be displayed.
Select "OK" and press the SET button. If "Erase All" is selected, the confirmation message will appear immediately.
Select "OK" and press the SET button.
-Press the * (AE Lock) button to set the short cut for single erase.
<Rotate>
-In the play mode, press the MENU button to display the Play Menu. Select "Rotate".
-When the target image is displayed, pressing the SET button rotates the image to the angle of (0, 90, 270 ) degree.
-Press the MENU button to fix.
<Image-protect>
-On the Playback menu, select "Protect" and press the SET button.
-When the target image is displayed, pressing the SET button sets the image-protect. (If the image is already protected, the
image-protect will be canceled.)
<Slide Show (Still image/Movie)>
-While in the play mode, press the MENU button to display the Play Menu. On this menu, select Slide Show and then
press the SET button.
-Select “Start” and press the SET button.
-To display all the images in numeric order, select "All Images." To display only the previously marked images in the
specified order, select "Show 1-3."
-Marking Images
1.On the Slide Show menu, select "Show 1-3" and then press the SET button. Select "Select" and then press the SET
button.
2.Single image will be displayed. To mark an image, use the Omni Selector (LEFT/RIGHT) to select the image and
then press the Omni Selector (UP). A number will then appear on the marked image. To remove the check mark,
select the marked image and then press the Omni Selector (DOWN) button to unmark the image, then press the
MENU button.
-To set the play time or to repeat the slide show, use the Set up menu.
-After selecting the play mode, select "Start" and press the SET button to start the Slide Show.
<Print order>
-On the Playback menu, select "Print order" and press the SET button.
-Below the current settings displayed, select "Order," "Set up," or "Reset," then press the SET button.
-When you select "Order," press the Omni Selector to display the images. Then press the SET button to so you can specify
the number of copies. The current number will be displayed. Press the Omni Selector to change the number.
-When you select "Set up," set the print type, date, and file No. imprint, then press the SET button.
-To reset all the settings to the default, select "Reset" and press the SET button and select "OK." The image selection will
also be cleared.
<Connection to a TV set>
-Use the A/V cable (provided) to connect the TV’s video IN and sound IN terminal to the camera’s A/V OUT terminal.
-Set the camera's Mode Switch to PLAY to display the image on the TV monitor.
-Press the Index button to select Single or Multi.
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REPAIR
INFORMATION
1
Troubleshooting ................................... R1
1-1 When an Error Code is Displayed .... R1
1-2 When a Problem Occurs .................. R3
2 Disassembly and Assembly ................. R5
2-1 Required Tools ................................ R5
2-2 Procedure ........................................ R5
2-3 Removal of Main Parts/Units ............ R6
2-4 Disassembly of Main Units ............. R29
3 Adjustments ....................................... R60
3-1 Replacement Parts and
Adjustment Items ............................ R60
3-2 Adjustment Tool ............................. R61
3-3 Before Starting Electrical
Adjustment ..................................... R62
3-4 Calibration ...................................... R65
3-5 Adjustment Procedure .................... R70
1 Troubleshooting
1-1 When an Error Code is Displayed
[Remedy]
• Check for any abnormalities in the mounting of probable faulty parts or connector connections
referring to the table below.
• Try replacing probable faulty parts referring to the table below.
[NOTE]
• The error code is displayed on the Display Panel (B/W LCD PANEL).
• Adjustments must be performed after the part has been replaced. For details, see “3 Adjustments.”
Cause and Probable Faulty Part
Error
Code
E02
E03
E09
E16
Name
Occurrence Conditions
* Numbers in parentheses ( ) are the symbols on the
most probable circuit component.
See Page
AF
AF processing did not end within the
MAIN PCB ASS’Y(IC117/IC121/CN104)
R15,E1,E2
TIME OUT
specified time.
OPTICAL UNIT(Focus Motor)
R21
The focus lens was not driven.
MAIN PCB ASS’Y(IC117/CN104)
R15,E1,E2
OPTICAL UNIT(Focus Motor)
R21
EF
Auto Flash Control did not end within
MAIN PCB ASS’Y
R15,E1,E2
TIME OUT
the specified time.
(IC116/IC117/IC121/CN104)
OPTICAL UNIT(Focus Motor)
R21
MAIN PCB ASS’Y(IC121)
R15,E1,E2
MAIN PCB ASS’Y(IC121/IC122/IC127)
R15,E1,E2
MAIN PCB ASS’Y(IC117/IC127)
R15,E1,E2
power was turned ON.
OPTICAL UNIT
R21
Detection of the zoom PI (photo-
OPTICAL UNIT
R21
interrupter) failed.
MAIN PCB ASS’Y(IC117/IC121)
R15,E1,E2
JPEG DMA
JPEG processing did not end within
TIME OUT
the specified time.
IMAGING
Communications between the CPU
TIME OUT
and peripheral ICs did not end within
the specified time during or after
photography in the EVF mode.
LENS
ZOOM LENS
Feeding out of the lens barrel did not
ERROR
end within the specified time after the
The lens barrel is fed out with the lens
cap attached
→ Remedy: Remove the lens cap, and
restart the camera.
The zoom position error was de-
OPTICAL UNIT
R21
tected.
MAIN PCB ASS’Y(IC117/IC121)
R15,E1,E2
Either zoom movement is obstructed
by some external cause, or there was
some unintentional camera zoom
movement.
→Remedy: Restart the camera.
R1
Error
Code
E23
Name
CF NO SPACE
Occurrence Conditions
Cause and Probable Faulty Part
* Numbers in parentheses ( ) are the symbols on the
most probable circuit component.
When the CF becomes full during
See Page
R15,E1,E2
writing of photographed images to CF,
writing is repeatedly performed with
the JPEG compression ratio successively increased to reduce the size of
the image file until it can be success-
MAIN PCB ASS’Y(IC121)
fully written to CF. This error occurs
when writing of the JPEG image file
fails after 10 retries at increasingly
higher compression ratios.
* The same applies in the case of the
Micro Drive.
E24
E25
E26
POWER ON
The power of the imaging circuit on
ERROR
the MAIN PCB ASS’Y was not
MAIN PCB ASS’Y
R15,E1,E2
detected.
DC/DC CONVERTER PCB ASS’Y
R27,E13,E14
The power of the LCD PCB ASS’Y
LCD PCB ASS’Y
R58,E3,E4
was not detected.
HINGE UNIT
R49
FOCUS PI
Detection of the focus PI (photo-
OPTICAL UNIT(Focus Motor)
R21
ERROR
interrupter) failed.
MAIN PCB ASS’Y(IC117/CN104)
R15,E1,E2
CAPTURE
Writing of the photograph image to
MAIN PCB ASS’Y
R15,E1,E2
TIME OUT
SDRAM did not end within the
(IC113/IC121/IC132/CN133)
specified time.
E27
CF WRITE
Free area could not be secured in the
TIME OVER
buffer for the photograph image within
the specified time in the continuous
shooting mode.
E30
CF CARD/MICRO DRIVE
MAIN PCB ASS’Y(IC121)
POWER OFF
The camera power was turned OFF
The battery or DC plug was removed
ERROR
while the image was being recorded
while the image was being recorded to
to the CF Card/Micro Drive (while the
the CF Card/Micro Drive.
green LED was blinking). (The error
→Remedy: Restart the camera.
R15,E1,E2
code is displayed when the camera is
next turned ON.)
* This error may occur after E23.
E50
E52
CF FORMAT
The CF Card/Micro Drive could not be
ERROR
formatted properly.
QUICK REVIEW Review of the photograph image
ERROR
failed.
R2
CF CARD/MICRO DRIVE
MAIN PCB ASS’Y(IC121)
R15,E1,E2
1-2 When a Problem Occurs
[Remedy]
• Check for any abnormalities in the mounting of probable faulty parts or connector connections
referring to the table below.
• Try replacing probable faulty parts referring to the table below.
[NOTE]
• Adjustments must be performed after the part has been replaced. For details, see “3 Adjustments.”
Problem
(when an error code is not displayed)
The camera does not work.
Cause and Probable Faulty Part
* Numbers in parentheses ( ) are the symbols on the most probable circuit
component.
DC/DC CONVERTER PCB ASS’Y
See Page
R27,E13,E14
(CN1/CN2/CN5/IC01/IC02/F01/F02)
The image is not displayed on the LCD Monitor.
MAIN PCB ASS’Y(CN01)
R15,E1,E2
MAIN DIAL BRUSH
R41
TOP MODULE UNIT
R44,E5,E6
BATTERY BOX MAIN UNIT
R53
BATTERY EJECT SPRING
R53
POWER LEAD
R53
HINGE UNIT
R56
MAIN PCB ASS’Y(SW100/CN105/CN106)
R15,E1,E2
BUTTON PCB ASS’Y(SW3)
R49,E7,E8
LCD PANEL
R58
LCD PCB ASS’Y
R58,E3,E4
(IC102/CN100/CN101/CN102)
BACK LIGHT UNIT
R59
The image is not reversed even if the LCD
HINGE UNIT
R56
Monitor is rotated.
LCD PCB ASS’Y(IC105)
R58,E3,E4
MAIN PCB ASS’Y(CN106)
R15,E1,E2
OPTICAL UNIT
R21
MAIN PCB ASS’Y
R15,E1,E2
The photograph image is abnormal.
(CN103/CN104/CN107/IC121)
The zoom does not function.
The Display Panel (B/W LCD) is strange.
The Built-in Flash does not fire.
OPTICAL UNIT
R21
MAIN PCB ASS’Y(CN102/CN103)
R15,E1,E2
ZOOM BRUSH
R30
TOP MODULE UNIT
R44,E5,E6
B/W LCD PANEL
R42
CONTACT RUBBER
R43
TOP MODULE UNIT
R44,E5,E6
MAIN PCB ASS’Y(CN102)
R15,E1,E2
FLASH UNIT
R46
DC/DC CONVERTER PCB ASS’Y(CN3/IC02)
R27,E13,E14
TOP MODULE UNIT(IC1)
R44,E5,E6
R3
Cause and Probable Faulty Part
Problem
(when an error code is not displayed)
The External Flash does not fire.
* Numbers in parentheses ( ) are the symbols on the most probable circuit
component.
See Page
TOP MODULE UNIT(IC1/CN1)
R44,E5,E6
ACC. SHOE FPC
R38,E11,E12
ACC. CONTACT UNIT
R39
ACC. SHOE PIN
R36
ACC. DETECT PLATE
R35
JACK PCB ASS’Y(J1/CN1)
R14
VID FPC
R27
DC/DC CONVERTER PCB ASS’Y(CN7)
R27,E13,E14
Communications with the personal computer is
DC/DC CONVERTER PCB ASS’Y
R27,E13,E14
not possible.
(CN8/CN5)
Video output is strange.
MAIN PCB ASS’Y(IC114/CN101)
The CF card or Micro Drive is not recognized.
Sound cannot be recorded.
Shutter sound/Sound is not played back.
R15,E1,E2
CF CARD/MICRO DRIVE
CF UNIT
R23,E10
MAIN PCB ASS’Y(CN108)
R15,E1,E2
MIC. UNIT
R48
TOP MODULE UNIT
R44,E5,E6
MAIN PCB ASS’Y(CN100/IC106)
R15,E1,E2
SPEAKER UNIT
R45
DC/DC CONVERTER PCB ASS’Y
R27,E13,E14
(CN6/CN5)
Operations from the Wireless Controller are not
MAIN PCB ASS’Y(IC101/IC106)
R15,E1,E2
TOP MODULE UNIT(IC5)
R44,E5,E6
BUTTON PCB ASS’Y
R49,E7,E8
TOP MODULE UNIT
R44,E5,E6
MAIN PCB ASS’Y(CN102/CN100)
R15,E1,E2
MODE DIAL BRUSH
R41
TOP MODULE UNIT
R44,E5,E6
MAIN PCB ASS’Y(CN102)
R15,E1,E2
BATTERY BOX MAIN UNIT
R53
DATE LEAD
R53
BUTTON PCB ASS’Y(CN4)
R49
MAIN PCB ASS’Y(CN100/IC114)
R15,E1,E2
DC/DC CONVERTER PCB ASS’Y(IC01)
R27,E13,E14
accepted.
Buttons do not work.
The Mode dial does not work.
The date setting is not held in memory.
Battery charge error
R4
2 Disassembly and Assembly
2-1 Required Tools
DESCRIPTION
Screwdriver
Tweezers
Soldering iron
Solder
Steel wire
ADHESIVE TAPE
(ADHESIVE TAPE, SONY T4000)
DIA BOND NO.1663
(BOND, DIA BOND NO. 1663 BLACK)
CEMEDINE SUPER X
(BOND,CEMEDINE SUPER X BLACK)
THREE BOND 1401C
(BOND,THREE BOND 1401C )
LOGENEST RAMBDA A-74
(LUBE,LOGENEST RAMBDA A-74 )
PARTS NO.
REMARKS
Local Purchase
Local Purchase
Local Purchase
Local Purchase
Local Purchase
CY4-6012-000
Refer to R16, R43, R45, R48, R49
DY9-3008-000
Refer to R32, R33, R37, R45, R46
CY9-8118-000
Refer to R47
CY9-8011-000
Refer to R37
CY9-8102-000
Refer to R34, R52
2-2 Procedure
The following flowchart shows the procedure for disassembling the PowerShot G1.
To assemble, follow the procedure in reverse. *( ) : denotes the page to be referenced.
[Relations among Line-Connected Units]
1.To disassemble the lower unit, disassemble the upper unit.
2.The paralleled units can be removed arbitrary without order.
R5
2-3 Removal of Main Parts/Units
2-3-1 FRONT COVER UNIT
STEP1
Remove the screws.
a X2
b X1
b
a X2
STEP2
Remove the screws.
b X2
STEP3
Remove the FRONT COVER UNIT.
b
b
STEP4
Bleed the capacitor.
Warning-High Voltage!
Do not touch the CAPACITOR terminal . Be
sure to bleed the capacitor by the discharge
resistor (approx. 1kΩ/5W).
CAPACITOR
terminal
<Screw>
a : CD1-3280-000 (M1.7mm, L3.5mm, Self-Tap, Gray Metallic)
b : CD1-3277-000 (M1.7mm, L3.0mm, Gray Metallic)
R6
FRONT COVER UNIT
STEP5
Remove the FRONT RING.
FRONT RING
R7
2-3-2 REAR COVER UNIT
STEP1
Remove the screws.
c X2
d X1
d
c x2
STEP2
Remove the screws.
c X1
e X1
STEP3
Remove the REAR COVER UNIT.
c
e
STEP4
Remove the SELECTOR SPRING.
<Screw>
c : CD1-3278-000 (M1.7mm, L3.0mm, Black)
d : CD1-3279-000 (M1.7mm, L4.0mm, Gray Metallic)
e : XA4-9170-409 (M1.7mm, L4.0mm, Self-Tap, Black)
R8
STEP5
Remove the screws.
h X2
h x2
STEP6
Remove each of the parts.
REAR COVER UNIT
LCD LOCK STOPPER
LCD LOCK SPRING
LCD LOCK SLIDER
<Screw>
h : XA4-9170-359 (M1.7mm, L3.5mm, Self-Tap, Black)
R9
2-3-3 SIDE COVER
STEP1
Remove the JACK COVER.
STEP2
Remove the screws.
c X1
c
JACK COVER
STEP3
Remove the SIDE COVER.
SIDE COVER
<Screw>
c : CD1-3278-000 (M1.7mm, L3.0mm, Black)
R10
2-3-4 TOP UNIT
STEP1
Disconnect the flex.
Warning !
g x2
a
Disconnect the flex in the direction
of the arrow. Otherwise, the
connector may be damaged.
STEP2
Remove the screws.
a X1
g X2
STEP3
Disconnect the flex.
STEP4
Remove the TOP UNIT.
TOP UNIT
<Screw>
a : CD1-3280-000 (M1.7mm, L3.5mm, Self-Tap, Gray Metallic)
g : XA1-7170-167 (M1.7mm, L1.6mm)
R11
2-3-5 CF COVER
STEP1
Remove the screws.
h X2
h x2
STEP2
Remove the CF CLICKING SPRING1
and CF CLICKING SPRING2.
STEP3
Remove the CF COVER.
CF COVER
CF CLICKING SPRING2
CF CLICKING SPRING1
<Screw>
h : XA4-9170-359 (M1.7mm, L3.5mm, Self-Tap, Black)
R12
2-3-6 FLASH/SPEAKER UNIT
STEP1
Disconnect the cables.
i
STEP2
Remove the screw.
i X1
STEP3
Disconnect the cable.
STEP4
Remove the screw.
i X1
i
STEP5
Remove the FLASH/SPEAKER
UNIT.
FLASH/SPEAKER UNIT
<Screw>
i : XA1-7170-307 (M1.7mm, L3.0mm)
R13
2-3-7 JACK PCB ASS’Y
STEP1
Disconnect the flex.
STEP2
Remove the screws.
i X2
i
i
STEP3
Remove the JACK PCB ASS’Y.
JACK PCB ASS’Y
<Screw>
i : XA1-7170-307 (M1.7mm, L3.0mm)
R14
2-3-8 MAIN PCB ASS’Y
STEP1
f
Remove the screw.
f X1
STEP2
Remove the MAIN SHEET.
MAIN SHEET
STEP3
Disconnect the cables and the flex.
STEP4
Remove the screw.
f X1
f
MAIN PCB ASS’Y
STEP5
Remove the MAIN PCB ASS’Y.
STEP6
Remove the screw.
g X1
MAIN SHEET
STEP7
g
Remove the MAIN SHEET.
<Screw>
f : FC2-8736-000 (M1.55mm, L2.5mm)
g : XA1-7170-167 (M1.7mm, L1.6mm)
R15
2-3-9 REAR PLATE UNIT
STEP1
i
Disconnect the cables.
STEP2
Remove the screws.
h X3
i X1
h x3
STEP3
i
Remove the screws.
g X1
i X1
g
STEP4
Disconnect the flex adhered by
double-sided tape.
A
At Assembly
Affix double-sided tape to the
rear side.
A : 5mm x 5mm
B : 2mm x 5mm
B
<Screw>
g : XA1-7170-167 (M1.7mm, L1.6mm)
h : XA4-9170-359 (M1.7mm, L3.5mm, Self-Tap, Black)
i : XA1-7170-307 (M1.7mm, L3.0mm)
R16
STEP5
Remove the REAR PLATE UNIT.
R17
2-3-10 FINDER UNIT
STEP1
j x3
Remove the screws.
j X3
STEP2
Remove the FINDER UNIT.
FINDER UNIT
At Assembly
For details on how to assemble the FINDER UNIT
and OPTICAL UNIT, see the following page.
<Screw>
j : XA4-9170-407 (M1.7mm, L4.0mm, Self-Tap)
R18
Assembling the FINDER UNIT and OPTICAL UNIT
STEP1
OPTICAL UNIT
Line Y
Rotate the gear with your finger, and
align line X on the lens barrel with
line Y on the cam ring.
Line X
Line Y
Line X
STEP2
FINDER UNIT
Rotate the gear with your finger in
the direction of the arrow to the limit.
Hole A
R19
STEP3
Rotate the gear by about 7/8 of a
turn from the state in STEP 2 to
align holes A and B.
Hole B
Hole A
STEP4
Pass the 1.2 mm dia. wire through
holes A and B to lock the gear.
* During this operation, look through
the FINDER to make sure that the
lens is at the WIDE end.
<If you do not have 1.2 mm dia. wire>
Hole B
Another FINDER UNIT
Hole A
1.2 mm dia. wire
Shaft
Remove the shaft (1.2 mm dia.)
from another FINDER UNIT for
use instead of the wire. Once the
shaft is removed from a FINDER
UNIT, that FINDER UNIT cannot
be used.
STEP5
Assemble the FINDER UNIT onto
the OPTICAL UNIT.
STEP6
Tighten these
screws.
After the camera is completely assembled, turn
the camera ON and OFF to retract the protruded
lens barrel into the camera.
STEP7
Draw out the wire.
R20
2-3-11 OPTICAL UNIT
STEP1
Remove the screws.
k X2
k x2
STEP2
Remove the screws.
k X1
k
STEP3
Remove the OPTICAL UNIT.
OPTICAL UNIT
<Screw>
k : XA1-7170-407 (M1.7mm, L4.0mm)
R21
STEP4
LENS PLATE
(Adhesive)
Remove the LENS PLATE.
OPTICAL UNIT
R22
2-3-12 CF UNIT
STEP1
Remove the screws.
g X2
l X2
l x2
g x2
PUSH
STEP2
Remove the CF UNIT.
CF UNIT
<Screw>
g : XA1-7170-167 (M1.7mm, L1.6mm)
l : XA4-9170-609 (M1.7mm, L6.0mm, Self-Tap, Black)
R23
2-3-13 BATTERY BOX UNIT
STEP1
Remove the CF PLATE.
CF PLATE
(Aadhesive)
STEP2
Remove the screws.
e X2
e x2
STEP3
Remove the BATTERY BOX UNIT.
<Screw>
e : XA4-9170-409 (M1.7mm, L4.0mm, Self-Tap, Black)
R24
2-3-14 LCD/HINGE UNIT
STEP1
Remove the screws.
i X2
i x2
LCD/HINGE UNIT
<Screw>
i : XA1-7170-307 (M1.7mm, L3.0mm)
R25
STEP2
Remove the LCD/HINGE UNIT.
2-3-15 SUB FRAME
STEP1
Remove the screws.
i X3
i x3
STEP2
Remove the SUB FRAME.
STEP3
Remove the screws.
i X2
i x2
SUB FRAME
MINI FRAME*
<Screw>
i : XA1-7170-307 (M1.7mm, L3.0mm)
R26
* The MINI FRAME is not included
in the SUB FRAME (CD1-3253-000).
2-3-16 DC/DC CONVERTER PCB ASS’Y
STEP1
Remove the screws.
i X3
i x3
STEP2
Remove the DC/DC CONVERTER
PCB ASS’Y.
STEP3
Remove the VID FPC.
VID FPC*
* The VID FPC is not included in the
DC/DC CONVERTER PCB ASS’Y
(CM1-1076-000).
DC/DC CONVERTER PCB ASS’Y
<Screw>
i : XA1-7170-307 (M1.7mm, L3.0mm)
R27
2-3-17 TRIPOD BASE
STEP1
Remove the screws.
i X3
i x3
STEP2
Remove the TRIPOD BASE.
MAIN FRAME
TRIPOD BASE
<Screw>
i : XA1-7170-307 (M1.7mm, L3.0mm)
R28
2-4 Disassembly of Main Units
2-4-1 TOP UNIT
2-4-1-1 Disassembling the B/W LCD UNIT and DIAL/COVER UNIT
STEP1
g x4
Remove the screws.
g X4
h X2
h x2
B/W LCD UNIT
STEP2
Disassemble the DIAL/COVER UNIT
and B/W LCD UNIT.
DIAL/COVER UNIT
At Assembly
The DIAL/COVER UNIT and B/W LCD UNIT must be assembled with the MAIN DIAL BRUSH,
MODE DIAL BRUSH, MAIN DIAL and MODE DIAL rotated in the direction of the arrows to the
limit.
Outer side MAIN DIAL BRUSH
Inner side MODE DIAL BRUSH
<Screw>
g : XA1-7170-167 (M1.7mm, L1.6mm)
h : XA4-9170-359 (M1.7mm, L3.5mm, Self-Tap, Black)
R29
Outer side: MAIN DIAL
Inner side: MODE DIAL
2-4-1-2 DIAL/COVER UNIT
1) ZOOM LEVER etc.
STEP1
SELF TIMER BUTTON
Remove the SELF TIMER BUTTON.
STEP2
Remove the ZOOM BRUSH
Claw
ZOOM BRUSH
STEP3
Remove the screws.
g X2
g x2
<Screw>
g : XA1-7170-167 (M1.7mm, L1.6mm)
R30
STEP4
ZOOM SPRING
Remove the ZOOM SPRING
STEP5
Remove the E RING
ZOOM LEVER
E RING
RELEASE SPRING
R31
RELEASE CAP
At Assembly
Glue with DIA BOND.
RELEASE BUTTON
2) MODE DIAL etc.
STEP1
h
Remove the screw.
h X1
STEP2
Remove the MODE CONNECTIVE
PLATE.
At Assembly
Set the MODE DIAL to “ M ”
and attach the MODE
CONNECTIVE PLATE at
the position shown in the
photograph on the left.
MODE CONNECTIVE PLATE
<Screw>
h : XA4-9170-359 (M1.7mm, L3.5mm, Self-Tap, Black)
R32
STEP3
Remove the MODE DIAL.
MODE DIAL
MODE DIAL PLATE
MODE DIAL
At Assembly
Apply a coat of DIA BOND.
STEP4
Remove the MODE CLICK SPRING.
MODE CLICK SPRING
R33
STEP5
Remove the MAIN DIAL.
MAIN DIAL
STEP6
Remove the MODE CLICK SPRING.
MODE CLICK SPRING
At Assembly
Apply a coat of LOGENEST LAMBDA A-74 to
the sliding surfaces of the MODE DIAL and
MAIN DIAL.
R34
3) ACC. SHOE etc.
STEP1
i
Remove the screw.
i X1
STEP2
Remove the ACC. DETECT BASE2.
ACC. DETECT BASE2
STEP3
Remove the ACC. DETECT PLATE.
ACC. DETECT PLATE
<Screw>
i : XA1-7170-307 (M1.7mm, L3.0mm)
R35
STEP4
ACC. SHOE PIN
Remove the ACC. SHOE PIN.
STEP5
ACC. DETECT BASE1
Remove the ACC. DETECT BASE1.
STEP6
Insert tweezers under the ACC.
SHOE SPRING.
Warning !
Take care not to scratch parts.
R36
STEP7
Remove the ACC. SHOE SPRING.
At Assembly
Apply a coat of DIA BOND.
ACC. SHOE SPRING
STEP8
Remove the screws.
m X4
mx4
At Assembly
After tightening the screws,
apply a coat of THREE BOND
1401C to these screws.
ACC. SHOE
<Screw>
m : XA1-3170-407 (M1.7mm, L4.0mm)
R37
4) ACC. SHOE FPC etc.
STEP9
Remove the screw.
h X1
h
STEP10
Remove the ACC. SHOE FRAME.
STEP11
Remove the solder.
ACC. SHOE FRAME
STEP12
Remove the ACC. SHOE FPC.
ACC. SHOE FPC
<Screw>
h : XA4-9170-359 (M1.7mm, L3.5mm, Self-Tap, Black)
R38
STEP13
ACC. CONTACT UNIT
Remove the ACC. CONTACT UNIT.
TOP COVER UNIT
R39
2-4-1-3 B/W LCD UNIT
1) MAIN DIAL BRUSH etc.
STEP1
Remove the E RING.
E RING
MODE BASE PLATE
STEP2
Remove the MODE BASE PLATE.
R40
STEP3
Remove the MAIN DIAL BRUSH
and MODE DIAL BRUSH.
MODE DIAL BRUSH
MAIN DIAL BRUSH
STEP4
MODE DIAL FRAME
Remove the MODE DIAL FRAME.
R41
2) B/W LCD PANEL etc.
STEP1
Remove the two B/W LCD CLIPs.
Claw
Claw
B/W LCD CLIP x 2
STEP2
Remove the B/W LCD PANEL.
At Assembly
Align the protruding section on
the B/W LCD PANEL with the
indent on the B/W LCD
HOLDER.
R42
STEP3
Remove the two CONTACT
RUBBERs.
At Assembly
CONTACT RUBBER direction
CONTACT
RUBBER
CONTACT RUBBER x 2
STEP4
Remove the B/W LCD HOLDER.
B/W LCD HOLDER
STEP5
Remove the sections adhered by
double-sided tape.
At Assembly
A
Affix double-sided tape to the
rear side.
A : 5mm x 5mm
B : 3mm x 5mm
B
R43
STEP6
Remove the TOP MODULE UNIT.
TOP MODULE UNIT
B/W LCD FRAME
R44
2-4-2 FLASH/SPEAKER UNIT
1) SPEAKER UNIT etc.
SPEAKER BUSH
STEP1
Remove the SPEAKER BUSH.
At Assembly
Apply a coat of DIA BOND.
STEP2
SPEAKER UNIT
Remove the SPEAKER UNIT.
At Assembly
Cut the double-sided tape to
the following dimension for
use.
5mm x 5mm
R45
2) AF LED FPC etc.
h
STEP1
Remove the screw.
X1
FLASH UNIT
STEP2
STEP3
Disconnect the flex section.
At Assembly
Apply a coat of DIA BOND.
<Screw>
h : XA4-9170-359 (M1.7mm, L3.5mm, Self-Tap, Black)
R46
STEP4
AF LED LEAD
Remove the solder from the cables.
RED
BLACK
AF LED FPC
AF LED LENS
AF LED HOLDER
At Assembly
Apply a coat SEMEDYNE SUPER X to the
part indicated [
].
R47
2-4-3 REAR PLATE UNIT
1
)MIC
.UNI
Tetc.
STEP1
Remove the MIC. HOLDER.
STEP2
Remove the FLASH IC HOLDER.
At Assembly
Cut the double-sided tape to
the following dimension for
use.
5mm x 5mm
MIC. HOLDER
FLASH IC HOLDER
STEP3
Remove the solder from the cables.
RED
BLACK
MIC. UNIT
R48
2) BUTTON PCB ASS’Y
STEP1
i x2
Remove the screws.
X2
STEP2
Remove the SEL. BUTTON BASE.
STEP3
A
Remove the sections adhered by
double-sided tape.
At Assembly
B
Affix double-sided tape to the
rear side.
A : 5mm x 10mm
B : 5mm x 10mm
C : 5mm x 10mm
C
BUTTON PCB ASS’Y
REAR FRAME
<Screw>
i : XA1-7170-307 (M1.7mm, L3.0mm)
R49
2-4-4 BATTERY BOX UNIT
1) BATTERY COVER
STEP1
Open the BATTERY COVER.
STEP2
Rotate the BATTERY COVER to
the side.
STEP3
BATTERY COVER
DATE BATTERY HOLDER
R50
Remove the BATTERY COVER.
2) BATTERY LOCK SWITCH etc.
STEP1
Remove the screw.
n X1
n
STEP2
Remove the solder from the cables.
BATTERY LOCK SWITCH
BLACK
RED
SUB LEAD1
3) BATTERY LOCK OPENER etc.
STEP1
Remove the screw.
h X1
h
<Screw>
h : XA4-9170-359 (M1.7mm, L3.5mm, Self-Tap, Black)
n : XA4-9200-657 (M2.0mm, L6.5mm, Self-Tap)
R51
BATTERY COVER LOCK
STEP2
BATTERY LOCK SPRING Remove each of the parts.
BATTERY COVER OPENER
At Assembly
Apply a coat of LOGENEST
LAMBDA A-74 to the sliding
surfaces.
4) BATTERY EJECT SPRING etc.
STEP1
Remove the screws.
l X2
Claw
l x2
STEP2
Remove the BATTERY BOX
COVER.
BATTERY BOX COVER
<Screw>
l : XA4-9170-609 (M1.7mm, L6.0mm, Self-Tap, Black)
R52
STEP3
Remove the BATTERY EJECT
SPRING.
BATTERY EJECT SPRING
5) POWER LEAD etc.
RED(POWER LEAD)
BLACK(DATE LEAD)
STEP1
Remove the solder from each of
the cables.
BLACK(POWER LEAD)
RED(DATE LEAD)
DATE LEAD*
*DATE LEAD = SUB LEAD (CK2-1169-000)
BATTERY BOX MAIN UNIT
POWER LEAD
R53
2-4-5 LCD/HINGE UNIT
STEP1
Remove the LCD PLATE.
STEP2
LCD PLATE
(Adhesive)
Remove the screws.
c X2
c x2
STEP3
Remove the screws.
c X2
c x2
STEP4
Remove the LCD TOP COVER.
<Screw>
c : CD1-3278-000 (M1.7mm, L3.0mm, Black)
R54
STEP5
Remove the screw.
i X1
i
STEP6
Disconnect the cables.
STEP7
Remove the HINGE UNIT.
<Screw>
i : XA1-7170-307 (M1.7mm, L3.0mm)
R55
STEP8
Remove the screws.
c X2
c x2
STEP9
Remove the HINGE COVER.
HINGE COVER
HINGE UNIT
STEP10
Remove the screw.
i X1
i
<Screw>
c : CD1-3278-000 (M1.7mm, L3.0mm, Black)
i : XA1-7170-307 (M1.7mm, L3.0mm)
R56
STEP11
Remove the NUT PLATE.
NUT PLATE
STEP12
Remove the LCD FRAME COVER.
LCD FRAME COVER
STEP13
Disconnect the flex.
R57
STEP14
Remove the LCD PANEL.
LCD PANEL
At Assembly
Be sure to remove the
protective sheet attached
to service parts.
STEP15
Remove the solder.
STEP16
Remove the LCD PCB ASS’Y.
R58
LCD PCB ASS’Y
LCD SHEET
BACK LIGHT UNIT
R59
3 Adjustments
3-1 Replacement Parts and Adjustment Items
PowerShot G1 requires electrical adjustments when certain parts are replaced.
The table below indicates the adjustments required for the respective part replacements.
For all other parts not listed below, no electrical adjustments are necessary after replacement.
Adjustment Items
CCD
Adjustment
Replacement Part
BATTERY BOX UNIT
OPTICAL UNIT
FLASH UNIT
MAIN PCB ASS’Y
LCD PCB ASS’Y
LCD PANEL
BACK LIGHT UNIT
#1
Optical
Unit
Adjustment
#2
Imaging
Process
Adjustment
LCD
Adjustment
#3
Flash
Adjustment
#4
: Adjustment is necessary after replacement.
: Adjustment is necessary after replacement.
(Adjustment is not necessary, only if the adjustment data has been saved and then transferred after the part is replaced.)
Blank : Adjustment is unnecessary.
* When OPTICAL UNIT is replaced, adjust certainly at the procedure as below.
#1. CCD Adjustment
↓
#2. Optical Unit Adjustment
↓
#3. Imaging Process Adjustment
↓
#4. Flash Adjustment
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3-2 Adjustment Tool
The following tools are required for electrical adjustment.
DESCRIPTION
PC/AT-Compatible Machine
(Windows98 pre-installed Model, USB port)
Adjustment Software (CD-ROM)
Compact Power Adapter CA-560
PARTS NO.
REMARKS
—
Local purchase
CY8-4368-031
CD-ROM, SERVICE
MANUAL (J/E)
Enclosed in camera kit
(or Local purchase)
—
INTERFACE CABLE IFC-200PCU (USB Cable)
FH6-0775-000
(or Local purchase)
Speedlite 380EX
—
Local purchase
Brightness Box (light source A)
—
Local purchase
Color Viewer (5600° K)
DY9-2039-100
(or Local purchase)
Standard Color Bar Chart
DY9-2002-000
(or Local purchase)
Standard 18% Gray Chart
CY4-6016-000
CHART, 18%GRAY
Auto Focus Chart
—
*1
Color Bar Image
—
*2
W-10 Filter*3
CY9-1543-000
(or Local purchase)
C-12 Filter
DY9-2029-000
(or Local purchase)
Light-Shielding Cloth (500 x 500 or larger)
—
Local purchase
Tripod
—
Local purchase
CF card
—
Local purchase
*1 Print the AF Chart on the letter size paper from the “ G1AFc.pdf ” ( in the folder of this CDROM, :\ AdjustmentSoftware \ PowerShot G1 \ ).
*2 It’s the “ Dcim ” folder ( in the folder of this CD-ROM, : \ AdjustmentSoftware \ PowerShot
G1\ ).
*3 2pcs. required.
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3-3 Before Starting Electrical Adjustment
3-3-1 TW AIN Driver Installation
Install the PowerShot G1 USB Driver to PC.
(“Imaging Process Adjustment” is impossible when the RS-232C TW AIN driver is used.)
3-3-2 Installing the Adjustment Software
q Double click : \AdjustmentSoftware \ PowerShot G1 \ English* \ Setup.exe \ , in this CD-ROM.
*When you perform the adjustment in the U.S.A., double click the Setup.exe in the “USA” folder.
w When the dialog box below appears, click the “OK” button.
e When the dialog box below appears, click the
begin.)
button. (Software installation will then
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3-3-3 Preparation
Before starting up the Adjustment Software, follow the preparatory steps below:
q
w
Obtain all the tools necessary for the adjustment.
For the LCD Adjustment, jot down the numeric value written on the data-sheet of LCD PCB
ASS’You will need it later.
e
For the “Language Setting”, jot down the setting of the language and the video output type.
You will need it later.
(Refer to 3-5-6.Language setting)
r Connect the Camera to the Power Source with the Compact Power Adapter CA-560.
Personal Computer
USB
INTERFACE CABLE
IFC-200PCU
CAMERA BODY
DIGITAL
Compact Power Adapter
CA-560
t
y
Connect the Camera’s Digital terminal to the PC’s USB Port with INTERFACE CABLE IFC200 PCU.
Set the camera to the “PC” mode.
Note: Perform the preparation in the following order otherwise the camera won’t work properly.
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3-3-4 Precautions for Connecting to a USB Port
After completing the preparatory steps, use Explorer and double click
C:\Program Files\PowerShot G1\PSG1.exe\
3-3-5 Menu Window
When the Adjustment Software starts up, the Menu Window below will appear.
3-3-6 How to Use the Adjustment Software
■ Calibration/Adjustment
For starting, click the button related with adjustment.
* Whenever you use your light source for the adjustment for the first time, besure to click the
“Imaging Cal.” Button.
* Whenever you use your Standard 18% Gray Chart for the adjustment for the first time,
besure to click the “Flash Cal.” Button.
(For the details, refer to “3-4 Calibration” or “3-5 Adjustment Procedure”.)
■ Quitting the Adjustment Software
Click the “Exit” button.
■ Saving or Loading data
• “Save” button: This button saves all adjustment data stored on the camera in text format.
• “Load” button: This button loads all adjustment data saved in text format to the camera.
■ Saving or Loading data
• “Save” button: This button saves all adjustment data stored on the camera in text format.
• “Load” button: This button loads all adjustment data saved in text format to the camera.
■ Notes
• If the adjustment fails, a message indicating the failure will appear. If this happens, do the
adjustment again.
• The Adjustment Software is dedicated only to Canon Digital Camera PowerShot G1. Never use it
for any other camera.
• The Windows98 must be pre-installed on the computer that is equipped with the USB terminal.
(Windows95 does not support the USB.)
*The operation with the Win2000, WinMe, etc. is not guaranteed.
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3-4 Calibration
3-4-1 Imaging Calibration
■ Tools Used
Reference Camera (Merchandise)
• Compact Power Adapter CA-560
• Adjustment Software
• Color Bar Chart
•
1
2
3
Personal Computer
INTERFACE CABLE IFC-200PCU
• Color Viewer (5600° K)
• W-10 Filter (2pcs.)
•
•
Click the “Imaging Cal.” button.
When the message on the right appears,
check that the reference camera
(Marchandise) is connected to the computer.
Click the “OK” button.
When the message on the right appears,
go to 4.
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4
q Place the camera so that the lens is set
Color Viewer
against the center part of the Color Viewer
via the two W-10 filters.
ˇ Click the “ADJUST” button.
w
W-10
Filter
CAMERA
BODY
Power
Source
Stand
Personal
Computer
5
When the message on the right appears
go to 6.
6
ı Remove
q
the Filters from the Color Viewer.
ˇ Place the camera so that the lens is set
w
against the center part of the Color Viewer.
e Click the “ADJUST” button.
Color Viewer
CAMERA
BODY
Power
Source
Stand
Personal
Computer
7
When the message on the right appears,
go to 8.
R66
8
q Attach
the Color Bar Chart to the Color
Viewer .
w Place the camera so that the lens is set
gently against the “Red” part of the Color
Bar Chart.
e Click the “ADJUST” button.
Color Viewer
Color Bar Chart
CAMERA
BODY
Power
Source
Stand
Personal
Computer
9
q When the message on the right appears,
place the camera so that the lens is set
gently against the “Yellow” part of the
Color Bar Chart.
w Click the “ADJUST” button.
10 When the message on the right appears, click
the “FINISH” button. (This ends the “Imaging
Cal”.)
R67
3-4-2 Flash Calibration
■ Tools Used
• Reference Camera (Merchandise)
• INTERFACE CABLE IFC-200PCU
• Tripod
1
Click the “Flash Cal.” button.
2
q
w
3
• Personal Computer
• Adjustment Software
When the message on the right appears,
check that the reference camera (Merchandise) is connected to the computer.
Click the “OK” button.
When the message on the right appears,
go to 4.
R68
• Compact Power Adapter CA-560
• 18% Gray Chart
4
q Place
the 18% Gray Chart 57cm away from
the finder of camera front.
w Make the room as dark as a darkroom.
e Click the “ADJUST” button.
18% Gray Chart
57cm
Power
Source
Personal
Computer
5
q When the message on the right appears, click
the “FINISH” button.(This ends the “Flash
Cal.”.)
w Turn the room light back on.
R69
CAMERA
BODY
Tripod
3-5 Adjustment Procedure
3-5-1 CCD Adjustment
■ Tools Used
• Personal Computer
• INTERFACE CABLE IFC-200PCU
• Brightness Box (light source A)
• Compact Power Adapter CA-560
• Adjustment Software
• C-12 Filter
1
Click the “CCD”button.
2
When the message on the right appears,
Go to 3.
3
q Place
the camera so that lens is set against
the light source surface of the Brightness
Box via the C-12 Filter.
w Set the Brightness Box to EV12.
e Click the “ADJUST” button.
C-12 Filter
Brightness
Box
CAMERA
BODY
Power
Source
Personal
Computer
R70
4
When the message on the right appears, click
the “FINISH” button.
(This ends the “CCD” Adjustment.)
R71
3-5-2 Optical Unit Adjustment
■ Tools Used
• Personal Computer
• INTERFACE CABLE IFC-200PCU
• Auto Focus Chart
• Compact Power Adapter CA-560
• Adjustment Software
• Tripod
1
Click the “Optical Unit”button.
2
When the message on the right appears,
go to 3.
3
q Place the
Auto Focus Chart 47cm away from
the finder of camera front.
* Place the Auto Focus Chart on a plain color
wall or equivalent.
* Adjust the light so that the brightness of
the chart will be about EV8.5.
w Fine-adjustment the position of the camera
so that the center of the Auto Focus Chart is
aligned with the center of the LCD.
e Click the “ADJUST” button.
AUTO FOCUS CHART
47cm
Power
Source
Personal
Computer
R72
CAMERA
BODY
Tripod
4
When the message on the right appears, click
the “FINISH” button.
(This ends the “Optical U.” Adjustment.)
R73
3-5-3 Imaging Process Adjustment
■ Tools Used
• Personal Computer
• INTERFACE CABLE IFC-200PCU
• Brightness Box (light source A)
• Light-Shielding Cloth
• Compact Power Adapter CA-560
• Adjustment Software
• W-10Filter (2 pcs.)
• Color V iewer (5600° K)
1
Click the “Imaging Process” button.
2
When the message on the right appears,
go to 3.
3
q Place
the camera so that lens is set
against the light source surface of the
Brightness Box .
w Set the Brightness Box to EV12.
e Click the “ADJUST” button.
• Color Bar Chart
Brightness
Box
CAMERA
BODY
Power
Source
Personal
Computer
R74
4
When the message on the right appears,
go to 5.
5
q Place
the camera so that lens is set
against the center of the Color Viewer via
the two W-10 Filters.
w Click the “ADJUST” button.
Color Viewer
W-10
Filter
CAMERA
BODY
Power
Source
Stand
Personal
Computer
6
When the message on the right appears,
go to 7.
7
q Remove the W-10 filters.
Color Viewer
w Place the camera so that the lens is set
against the center part of the Color Viewer.
CAMERA
BODY
e Click the “ADJUST” button.
Power
Source
Stand
Personal
Computer
R75
8
When the message on the right appears,
go to 9.
9
q Attach
the Color Bar Chart to the Color
Viewer .
w Place the camera so that the lens is set
gently against the “Red ”part of the Color
Bar Chart.
e Click the “ADJUST” button.
Color Viewer
Color Bar Chart
CAMERA
BODY
Power
Source
Stand
Personal
Computer
10
When the message on the right appears,
place the camera so that the lens is set gently against the “Yellow” part of the Color Bar
Chart.
w Click the “ADJUST” button.
q
11 When the message on the right appears,
go to 12.
R76
12
Remove the Color Bar Chart from the
Color Viewer.
w Place the camera so that lens is set
against the center of the Color Viewer.
e Click the “ADJUST” button.
q
Color Viewer
CAMERA
BODY
Power
Source
Stand
Personal
Computer
13
q When the message on the right appears,
cover the camera with the Light-Shielding
Cloth so that the no light reasons the CCD.
w Click the “ADJUST” button.
14
When the message on the right appears,
click the “FINISH”button.
(This ends the “Imaging Process” Adjustment.)
R77
3-5-4 LCD Adjustment
■ Tools Used
• Reference Camera (Merchandise)
• Personal Computer
• Compact Power Adapter CA-560
• INTERFACE CABLE IFC-200PCU
• Adjustment Software
• CF card
• Color Bar Image in “AUT_0001.jpg”
1
Click the “LCD” button.
2
q When the message on the right appears, en-
ter in the text boxes the data written on the
data-sheet is attached with LCD PCB ASS’Y
w Click the “ADJUST” button.
3
Make a fine adjustment on [4]R_BRIGHT
and [5]B_BRIGHT according to the condition of LCD, and then click the “ADJUST”
button to preview on the LCD.
(This fine-adjustment is unnecessary for Service part.)
w Click the “FINISH” button.
(This ends the “LCD” Adjustment.)
q
R78
<< Data Sheet of LCD PCB ASS’Y >>
The data of the data-sheet attached with LCD PCB ASS’Y has varieties (Adjustment-Value, defaultValue or none).
[2] BRIGHT
[3] CONTRAST
[1] H_AFC
S
for Service Parts
[4] R_BRIGHT
[5] B_BRIGHT
Depending on this information, the method of “ LCD adjustment” varies when LCD PCB ASS’Y or
MAIN PCB ASS’Y is replaced.
For details, please refer the table below.
Classification of the
use of LCD PCB ASS’Y.
Method of “LCD Adjustment”
(A or B are necessary when
Date-Sheet
Position
Date
replacing MAIN PCB ASS’Y.)
a) Read adjustment value [1] to [5]
recorded in old MAIN PCB ASS’Y
using “LCD adjustment” of
Adjustment Software, and jot
down the value.
A.
Mass-produced products
in the early lots
(Approx. 15 k units)
* If the above is impossible, replace
LCD PCB ASS’Y with service
N/A
parts. In that case, refer C. for
LCD adjustment.
b) After replacing with the new
MAIN PCB ASS’Y, input the
B.
Products mass-produced
after October , 2000
The right side of
LCD PCB ASS’Y
[1] Adjustment value
value you jot down in a).
a) Input the value [1] to [5] written
[2] Adjustment value
[3] Adjustment value
on the data-sheet.
b) Regarding [4] and [5], conduct
[4] Default value
[5] Default value
fine adjustment.
(Refer to the next page.)
[1] Adjustment value
[2] Adjustment value
C
The right side of
Service parts
LCD PCB ASS’Y
[3] Adjustment value
[4] Adjustment value
Input the value [1] to [5] written on
the data sheet.
[5] Adjustment value
(There is “S” mark in
(Fine adjustment is unnecessary.)
the bottom of right
on the data-sheet.)
R79
■ Fine Adjustment of [4]R-BRIGHT and [5]B-BRIGHT
q Copy
the “Dcim” folder (in the folder of CD-ROM, : \ AdjustmentSoftware \ PowerShot G1\ ) to
the unrecorded CF root directory.
w Insert the CF card to the Reference Camera.
e Set the Reference Camera in play mode, and display “Color Bar Image”.
r Comparing a Color Bar displayed on a camera whose LCD is being adjusted with a Color Bar
displayed on the Reference Camera, conduct fine-adjustment with adjustment value of
[4]R_BRIGHT and [5]B_BRIGHT.
R80
3-5-5 Flash Adjustment
■ Tools Used
• Personal Computer
• INTERFACE CABLE IFC-200PCU
• 18% Gray Chart
• Compact Power Adapter CA-560
• Adjustment Software
• Tripod
• Speedlite 380EX
1
Click the “Flash” button.
2
When the message on the right appears,
go to 3.
3
q Attach “Speedlite 380EX” on the camera, and
18% Gray Chart
turn it on.
Set 18% Gray Chart 57cm from the Finder
on camera front.
e Make the room as dark as a darkroom.
r Click the “ADJUST” button.
w
57cm Ext.Flash
Power
Sorce
CAMERA
BODY
Personal
Computer
4
q When the message on the right appears,turn
the External-Flash off.
the “ADJUST” button.
w Click
R81
Tripod
5
q When the message on the right appears, click
the “FINISH” button.
(This ends the “Flash” adjustment.)
w Turn the room light back on.
R82
3-5-6 Language setting
Unlike the conventional PowerShot Series (incl. IXY DIGITAL), the PowerShot G1 can select the
video output system (NTSC/PAL).
(The video output system is not settable with the Adjustment Software.)
On the other hand, the user cannot select the indication language of the LCD, as it is already
prepared for each destination as below. (2 kinds)
• 5 languages (N) : English, German, French, Spanish, Japanese
• 10 languages (P) : English, German, French, Dutch, Danish,
Finnish, Italian, Norwegian, Swedish, Spanish
Therefore, be sure to set the indication language of the LCD on the adjustment software.
■ Tool Used
• Personal Computer
• Compact Power Adapter CA-560
• INTERF ACE CABLE IFC-200PCU
• Adjustment Software
< Procedures >
1. Open the “Languages” Pull-Down Menu of the Adjustment Software.
2. Select any of the 5 languages (N) / 10 languages (P) according to the destination (or the initial
setting of camera).
Notes:
1. If the above setting is not performed, the language before the electrical adjustment is effective.
2. The MAIN PCB ASS’Y of Service part is set to the “5 languages (N)”.
* Before the electrical adjustment, it is recommended to take notes of settings of the indication
language and video output system.
R83
3-5-7 Checking of sound recording/output
It is not required to adjust the recording/output (volume, etc.) of sound.
Check the camera if the sound is recorded/play-backed properly.
R84
PARTS
CATALOG
PowerShot G1
No.1
Main parts/units
28
34
C
36
35
See P3
34
32
36
31
3
34
7
34
35
39
20
See P7
30
4
6
19
C
F
5
35
B
35
10
32
12
25
13
D
See P9
27
36
23
See P21
26
F
11
30
36
See P11
36
A
37
36
24
16
22
36
B
36
21
17
E
8
18
36
9
38
14
29
30
28
15
1
36
33
34
A
E
2
See P5
29
P2
29
36
P1
D
PowerShot G1
No.1
Parts List
SYMBOL NEW
PARTS NO.
1
*
CM1-1069-000
2
*
CD1-3216-000
3
*
CM1-1068-000
4
*
CD1-3191-000
5
*
CD1-3192-000
6
*
CS8-5210-000
7
*
CS8-5211-000
8
*
CD1-3185-000
9
*
CD1-3174-000
10
*
CD1-3229-000
11
*
CD1-3230-000
12
*
CD1-3176-000
13
*
CM1-1075-000
14
*
CM1-1078-000
15
*
CD1-3197-000
16
*
CY1-6068-000
17
*
CY1-6069-000
18
*
CD1-3268-000
19
*
CD1-3231-000
20
*
CM1-1077-000
21
*
CD1-3253-000
22
*
CD1-3244-000
23
*
CM1-1076-000
24
*
CK1-0518-008
25
*
CD1-3255-000
26
*
CD1-3232-000
27
*
CY1-6067-000
28
*
CD1-3280-000
29
*
CD1-3277-000
30
*
CD1-3278-000
31
*
CD1-3279-000
32
XA4-9170-409
33
FC2-8736-000
34
XA1-7170-167
35
XA4-9170-359
36
XA1-7170-307
37
XA4-9170-407
38
*
XA1-7170-407
39
XA4-9170-609
CLASS Q’TY
B
1
B
1
B
1
B
1
C
1
C
1
C
1
B
1
B
1
C
1
C
1
B
1
C
1
C
1
C
1
B
1
B
1
B
1
C
1
C
1
C
1
C
1
C
1
C
1
C
1
C
1
B
1
F
2
F
3
F
6
F
1
F
3
F
2
F
6
F
5
F
19
F
3
F
3
F
2
DISCRIPTION
FRONT COVER UNIT
RING, FRONT
REAR COVER UNIT
SLIDER, LCD LOCK
STOPPER, LCD LOCK
SPRING, LCD LOCK
SPRING, SELECTOR
COVER, JACK
COVER, SIDE
SPRING, CF CLICKING 1
SPRING, CF CLICKING 2
COVER, CF
PCB ASS’Y, JACK
PCB ASS’Y, MAIN
SHEET, MAIN
FINDER UNIT
OPTICAL UNIT
PLATE, LENS
PLATE, CF
CF UNIT
FRAME, SUB
FRAME, MINI
PCB ASS’Y, DC/DC CONVERTER
FPC, VID
BASE, TRIPOD
FRAME, MAIN
PLATE, BODY NUMBER
SCREW
SCREW
SCREW
SCREW
SCREW
SCREW
SCREW
SCREW
SCREW
SCREW
SCREW
SCREW
Category of “CLASS”
A: Frequency of use: High
B: Frequency of use: Middle
C: Frequency of use: Low
D: Safety-related critical parts
E: Consumable parts
F: Standard screws and washers
S: Supply of the parts is limited
P2
REMARKS
PowerShot G1
No.2
TOP UNIT
10
9
29
28
34
12
7
23
29
11
27
25
6
38
12
4
24
30
27
17
5
21
18
33
31
26
8
35
36
22
1
3
35
35
36
2
20
32
35
36
14
15
19
16
13
37
P3
PowerShot G1
No.2
Parts List
SYMBOL NEW
1
*
2
*
3
*
4
*
5
*
6
*
7
*
8
*
9
*
10
*
11
*
12
*
13
*
14
*
15
*
16
*
17
*
18
*
19
*
20
*
21
*
22
*
23
*
24
*
25
*
26
*
27
*
28
*
29
*
30
*
31
*
32
*
33
*
34
*
35
36
37
38
*
PARTS NO.
CD1-3252-000
CL1-1006-000
CD1-3260-000
CS2-5656-000
CD1-3259-000
CD1-3250-000
CD1-3251-000
CB2-0574-000
CD1-3243-000
CD1-3241-000
CD1-3242-000
CD1-3236-000
CD1-3226-000
CD1-3225-000
CD1-3224-000
CD1-3223-000
CA1-9328-000
CB1-6258-000
CD1-3265-000
CK1-0519-000
CA1-6504-000
CM1-1081-000
CD1-3234-000
CL1-1009-000
CL1-1008-000
CL1-1005-000
CD1-3246-000
CK9-0318-000
CD1-3245-000
CD1-3248-000
CM1-1080-000
CD1-3249-000
XD2-1100-132
XD2-1100-172
XA1-7170-167
XA4-9170-359
XA1-7170-307
XA1-3170-407
CLASS Q’TY
B
1
C
1
C
1
C
1
B
1
C
1
B
1
C
1
B
1
B
1
B
1
B
2
C
1
C
1
C
1
C
1
C
1
C
1
B
1
C
1
B
1
B
1
C
1
C
1
C
1
C
1
C
2
C
1
C
2
C
1
C
1
C
1
C
1
C
1
F
6
F
4
F
1
F
4
DISCRIPTION
BUTTON, SELF TIMER
BRUSH, ZOOM
SPRING, ZOOM
SPRING, RELEASE
LEVER, ZOOM
BUTTON, RELEASE
CAP, RELEASE
PLATE, MODE CONNECTIVE
DIAL, MODE
PLATE, MODE DIAL
DIAL, MAIN
SPRING, MODE CLICK
BASE, ACCESSORY DETECT 2
PLATE, ACCESSORY DETECT
PIN, ACCESSORY SHOE
BASE, ACCESSORY DETECT 1
SPRING, ACCESSORY SHOE
SHOE, ACCESSORY
FRAME, ACCESSORY SHOE
FPC, ACCESSORY SHOE
ACCESSORY CONTACT UNIT
TOP COVER UNIT
PLATE, MODE BASE
BRUSH, MODE DIAL
BRUSH, MAIN
FRAME, MODE DIAL
CLIP, B/W LCD
PANEL, B/W LCD
RUBBER, CONTACT
HOLDER, B/W LCD
TOP MODULE UNIT
FRAME, B/W LCD
RING, E
RING, E
SCREW
SCREW
SCREW
SCREW
P4
REMARKS
PowerShot G1
No.3
FLASH/SPEAKER UNIT
7
4
3
5
2
8
1
6
P5
PowerShot G1
No.3
Parts List
SYMBOL NEW
1
*
2
*
3
*
4
*
5
*
6
*
7
*
8
PARTS NO.
CD1-3281-000
CM1-1055-000
CM1-1059-000
CK2-1168-000
CD1-3211-000
YN2-1146-000
CM1-1060-000
XA4-9170-359
CLASS Q’TY
C
1
C
1
C
1
C
1
C
1
C
1
C
1
F
1
DISCRIPTION
BUSH, SPEAKER
SPEAKER UNIT
FPC, AF LED
LEAD, AF LED
HOLDER, AF LED
LENS, AF LED
FLASH UNIT
SCREW
P6
REMARKS
PowerShot G1
No.4
REAR PLATE UNIT
7
4
5
6
3
2
1
P7
PowerShot G1
No.4
Parts List
SYMBOL NEW
1
*
2
*
3
*
4
*
5
*
6
*
7
PARTS NO.
CD1-3213-000
CD1-3212-000
CM1-1056-000
CD1-3187-000
CM1-1083-000
CD1-3186-000
XA1-7170-307
CLASS Q’TY
C
1
C
1
C
1
C
1
C
1
C
1
F
2
DISCRIPTION
HOLDER, MICROPHONE
COVER, FLASH IC
MICROPHONE UNIT
BASE, SEL.BUTTON
PCB ASS’Y, BUTTON
FRAME, REAR
SCREW
P8
REMARKS
PowerShot G1
No.5
BATTERY BOX UNIT
11
4
10
4
12
9
8
3
14
7
5
13
6
2
1
P9
PowerShot G1
No.5
Parts List
SYMBOL NEW
1
*
2
*
3
*
4
*
5
*
6
*
7
*
8
*
9
*
10
*
11
*
12
13
14
*
PARTS NO.
CD1-3175-000
CD1-3264-000
WC2-0102-000
CK2-1169-000
CD1-3227-000
CD1-3228-000
FS4-2684-000
CD1-3266-000
CS8-5214-000
CL1-1007-000
CK2-1167-000
XA4-9170-359
XA4-9170-609
XA4-9200-657
CLASS Q’TY
B
1
B
1
C
1
C
1
C
1
B
1
C
1
C
1
C
1
C
1
C
1
F
1
F
2
F
1
DISCRIPTION
COVER, BATTERY
HOLDER, DATE BATTERY
SWITCH, BATTERY LOCK
LEAD, SUB
LOCK, BATTERY COVER
OPENER, BATTERY COVER
SPRING, BATTERY LOCK
COVER, BATTERY BOX
SPRING, BATTERY EJECT
BATTERY BOX MAIN UNIT
LEAD, POWER
SCREW
SCREW
SCREW
P10
REMARKS
PowerShot G1
No.6
LCD/HINGE UNIT
9
1
11
2
8
5
10
7
12
6
3
12
11
4
P11
11
PowerShot G1
No.6
Parts List
SYMBOL NEW
1
*
2
*
3
*
4
*
5
*
6
*
7
*
8
*
9
*
10
*
11
*
12
PARTS NO.
CD1-3283-000
CD1-3182-000
CM1-1054-000
CD1-3189-000
CD1-3193-000
CD1-3181-000
WG2-5199-001
CY1-6075-000
CD1-3194-000
CM1-1073-000
CD1-3278-000
XA1-7170-307
CLASS Q’TY
B
1
B
1
C
1
C
1
C
1
B
1
C
1
C
1
C
1
C
1
F
4
F
2
DISCRIPTION
PLATE, LCD
COVER, LCD TOP
HINGE UNIT
COVER, HINGE
PLATE, NUT
COVER, LCD FRAME
PANEL, LCD
PCB ASS’Y, LCD
SHEET, LCD
BACK LIGHT UNIT
SCREW
SCREW
P12
REMARKS
PowerShot G1
No.7
Accessories
1
3
Neck Strap NS-DC100
Lens Cap
1
N.S. *
2
1
N.S. *
4
Wireless Controller WL-DC100*1
Battery Pack BP-511*2
1
N.S. *
Compact Power*2
Adapter CA-560
PLUG TYPE
6
5
JPN
N
9
8
7
E
*1 N.S. stands for No Stock
*2 Product available
P13
B
AS
PowerShot G1
No.7
Parts List
SYMBOL NEW
1
*
2
*
3
*
4
*
5
*
6
*
7
*
8
*
9
*
PARTS NO.
C84-1029-000
CY1-6074-000
C84-1028-000
DY1-8242-000
D82-0641-000
D82-0642-000
D82-0643-000
D82-0644-000
D82-0645-000
CLASS Q’TY
B
1
B
1
B
1
C
1
C
1
C
1
C
1
C
1
C
1
DISCRIPTION
STRAP, NECK
HOLDER, BATTERY
LENS CAP UNIT
COVER, TERMINAL BP-511/BP-522
CORD, AC(DOM)
CORD, AC(N)
CORD, AC(E)
CORD, AC(B)
CORD, AC(AS)
P14
REMARKS
PowerShot G1
No.8
Accessories
2
1
1
N.S. *
Charge Adapter/Car Battery Cable Kit CR-560*2
3
4
FRONT CAP REAR CAP
1
N.S. *
Wide Converter WC-DC58*2
5
N.S.
4
FRONT CAP REAR CAP
*1
Tele Converter TC-DC58*2
*1 N.S. stands for No Stock
*2 Product available
P15
PowerShot G1
No.8
Parts List
SYMBOL NEW
1
*
2
*
3
*
4
*
5
*
PARTS NO.
DY1-8243-000
DY1-8244-000
CY1-6071-000
CY1-6072-000
CY1-6073-000
CLASS Q’TY
C
1
C
1
B
1
B
1
B
1
DISCRIPTION
CAR BATTERY CABLE CB-560
DC CABLE
CAP, FRONT
CAP, REAR
CAP, FRONT
P16
REMARKS
PowerShot G1
No.9
Accessories
System Map
1 Solution DISK CD-ROM
Language :
10 Japanese
11 English
12 French
13 Spanish
Adobe Photoshop LE CD-ROM
1
N.S. *
Camera User Guide
Language :
2 Japanese
3 English
4 French
5 Spanish
Software Starter Guide
Language :
6 Japanese
7 English
8 French
9 Spanish
*1 N.S. stands for No Stock
P17
PowerShot G1
No.9
Parts List
SYMBOL NEW
1
*
2
*
3
*
4
*
5
*
6
*
7
*
8
*
9
*
10
*
11
*
12
*
13
*
PARTS NO.
CY1-6070-000
CY8-9010-013
CY8-9020-010
CY8-9030-009
CY8-9040-007
CY8-9010-019
CY8-9020-014
CY8-9030-013
CY8-9040-011
CY8-9010-014
CY8-9020-011
CY8-9030-010
CY8-9040-008
CLASS Q’TY
S
1
S
1
S
1
S
1
S
1
S
1
S
1
S
1
S
1
S
1
S
1
S
1
S
1
DISCRIPTION
SOLUTION DISK CD-ROM
CAMERA USER GUIDE(J)
CAMERA USER GUIDE(E)
CAMERA USER GUIDE(F)
CAMERA USER GUIDE(S)
SOFTWARE STARTER GUIDE(J)
SOFTWARE STARTER GUIDE(E)
SOFTWARE STARTER GUIDE(F)
SOFTWARE STARTER GUIDE(S)
SYSTEM MAP(J)
SYSTEM MAP(E)
SYSTEM MAP(F)
SYSTEM MAP(S)
P18
REMARKS
Japanese
English
French
Spanish
Japanese
English
French
Spanish
Japanese
English
French
Spanish
PowerShot G1
No.10
Service Tools
1 DIA BOND 1663B
6 18% GRAY CHART
2 CEMEDINE SUPER X (B)
7 C-12 FILTER
3 THREE BOND 1401C
8 W-10 FILTER
4 LOGENEST RAMBDA A-74
9 SERVICE MANUAL & ADJUSTMENT
SOFTWARE CD-ROM
5 ADHESIVE TAPE SONY T4000
P19
PowerShot G1
No.10
Parts List
SYMBOL NEW
1
*
2
*
3
*
4
*
5
*
6
*
7
*
8
*
9
*
PARTS NO.
DY9-3008-000
CY9-8118-000
CY9-8011-000
CY9-8102-000
CY4-6012-000
CY4-6016-000
DY9-2029-000
CY9-1543-000
CY8-4368-031
CLASS Q’TY
Y
1
Y
1
Y
1
Y
1
Y
1
Y
1
Y
1
Y
1
Y
1
DISCRIPTION
BOND, DIA BOND NO.1663 BLACK
BOND, CEMEDINE SUPER X 8008 BLACK
BOND, THREE BOND 1404C
LUBE, LOGENEST RAMBDA A-74
ADHESIVE TAPE, SONY T4000
CHART, 18% GRAY
FILTER, C-12
FILTER, W-10
CD-ROM, SERVICE MANUAL(J/E)
P20
REMARKS
200ml
20ml
200g
80g
6mm x 50m roll
1.5m x 3m
including Adjustment
Software
PowerShot G1
No.11
Fuse
2
1
DC/DC CONVERTER PCB ASS’Y
P21
PowerShot G1
No.11
Parts List
SYMBOL NEW
1
*
2
*
PARTS NO.
CY4-6069-000
CY4-6070-000
CLASS Q’TY
C
1
C
1
DISCRIPTION
FUSE,DAITO KE25
FUSE,DAITO KE32
P22
REMARKS
F01
F02
ELECTRIC
DIAGRAMS
1 PATTERN DIAGRAMS .........................................
1-1 MAIN PCB ASS'Y ..........................................
1-2 LCD PCB ASS'Y ............................................
1-3 TOP MODULE UNIT .....................................
1-4 BUTTON PCB ASS'Y ....................................
1-5 JACK PCB ASS'Y ..........................................
1-6 CF UNIT .........................................................
1-7 ACCESSORY SHOE FPC .............................
1-8 DC/DC CONVERTER PCB ASS'Y ................
2 INTERCONNECTION DIAGRAM .........................
3 BLOCK DIAGRAMS..............................................
3-1 OVERALL ......................................................
3-2 MAIN PCB ASS'Y (1/3) .................................
3-3 MAIN PCB ASS'Y (2/3) .................................
3-4 MAIN PCB ASS'Y (3/3) .................................
3-5 DC/DC CONVERTER PCB ASS'Y ................
3-6 LCD PCB ASS'Y ............................................
E1
E1
E3
E5
E7
E9
E10
E11
E13
E15
E17
E17
E18
E19
E20
E21
E22
1
PATTERN DIAGRAMS
1-1 MAIN PCB ASS’Y
I
IC114
RTC
SW100
LCD Monitor Open/Close
DETECTION SW
H
X100
X’tal (CPU)
IC113
CPU
G
IC121
Digital Signal Processor
F
E
IC134
FLASH ROM
X101
X’tal (NTSC)
IC122
CDS/AD
D
X102
X’tal (PAL)
IC110
RS232C Driver
C
B
(COMPONENT SIDE)
A
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
I
IC103, IC107
Filter/Buffer
IC132, IC133
SDRAM
H
IC106
Audio/Video IC
G
IC105
Power SW IC (for Digital Signal Processor/CF)
IC100
EVR
F
E
IC117
Focus/Zoom motor Driver
D
IC116
IG Driver
IC127
TG
C
B
(SOLDERING SIDE)
A
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
1-2 LCD PCB ASS’Y
IC102
LCD Driver
I
H
G
IC103
Ope. Amp.
IC101
Regulator
F
E
F102, F101, F100
Filter
D
C
IC100
Buffer
(COMPONENT SIDE)
B
A
1
2
3
4
E3
5
6
I
H
G
F
E
D
C
(SOLDERING SIDE)
B
A
1
2
3
4
E4
5
6
1-3 TOP MODULE UNIT
I
LED2
Orange
LED1
Green
H
G
F
E
D
C
B
A
(COMPONENT SIDE)
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
E5
I
H
G
F
E
D
C
B
A
(SOLDERING SIDE)
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
E6
1-4 BUTTON PCB ASS’Y
I
SW10
CF Cover Open/Close DETECTION SW
H
TH1
Thermistor
G
F
E
D
C
IC1
FLASH Control IC
B
A
(COMPONENT SIDE)
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
E7
I
H
G
F
E
D
C
B
A
(SOLDERING SIDE)
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
E8
1-5 JACK PCB ASS’Y
I
H
G
(COMPONENT SIDE)
F
E
D
C
(SOLDERING SIDE)
B
A
1
2
3
4
E9
5
6
1-6 CF UNIT
I
H
G
F
E
D
C
B
A
1
2
3
4
E10
5
6
1-7 ACCESSORY SHOE FPC
I
H
G
F
E
D
C
B
(COMPONENT SIDE)
A
1
2
3
4
E11
5
6
I
H
G
F
E
D
C
B
(SOLDERING SIDE)
A
1
2
3
4
E12
5
6
1-8 DC/DC CONVERTER PCB ASS’Y
I
H
G
IC01
Battery Charge Control IC
F
E
D
C
B
A
(COMPONENT SIDE)
1
2
3
4
E13
5
6
I
H
IC02
DC/DC Converter
G
F
E
D
F01, F02
Fuse
C
B
A
(SOLDERING SIDE)
1
2
3
4
E14
5
6
INTERCONNECTION DIAGRAM
ACC. SHOE FPC
BUTTON PCB ASS’Y
MIC
CN1
2
26
1
50
25
7
1
CN4
1
CN3
2
CN1
1
B/W LCD PANEL
TOP MODULE UNIT
BATTERY COVER
OPEN/CLOSE
DETECT SW
BUTTON BATTERY
(BATTERY BOX UNIT)
CF COVER
OPEN/CLOSE
DETECT SW
MAIN PCB ASS’Y
20
26
CN108
50
26
21
CN100
39
26
25
50
1
25
BACK LIGHT UNIT
25
50
CN1
CF UNIT CN2
1
CCD FPC
CN102
LCD OPEN/CLOSE
DETECT SW
LCD PANEL
OPTICAL UNIT
1
1
25
IG FPC
26
OPT FPC
CN107
CN101
20
50
1
1
8
1
CN106
13
CN104
1
6
CN103
1
16
1
CN105
BATTERY BOX UNIT
CN102
1
CN100
8
24
1
11
CN101
2
DC/DC CONVERTER PCB ASS’Y
1
1
2
CN4
50
1
LCD PCB ASS’Y
JACK PCB ASS’Y
CN2
2
26
CN7
1
CN3
AF LED FPC
1
25
5
CN6
12
CN8
1
CN5
1
2
1
3
6
CN1
VID FPC
1
CN1
5
6
1
1
LCD ROTATION
DETECT SW
(HINGE UNIT)
4
2
CN1
5
5
RS232C/USB
FLASH UNIT
DC IN
SPEAKER UNIT
E15
CONNECTORS
MAIN PCB ASS’Y
MAIN PCB ASS’Y
CN102
LCD PCB ASS’Y
BUTTON PCB ASS’Y
CN100
MAIN PCB ASS’Y
CN1
CN100
1
2
LCD_BRT
LCD_21V
1
2
EF_XGND
AVEF
1
2
Vlitium
MATSW(7)
3
4
GND
LCD_12V
3
4
EF_STOP
EF_ID
3
4
MATCOM(1)
MATSW(8)
5
6
LCD_5V
LCD_15V
5
6
EF_CCC
EF_X
5
6
MATCOM(3)
MATSW(6)
7
8
VDD0
GND
7
STRB_SW
7
8
MATSW(1)
MATSW(4)
9
10
MATSW(3)
MATSW(2)
11
12
MATSW(5)
DAC2
13
14
CF_OPEN
XTRIG
15
16
BAT_OPEN
THRM
17
18
MIC_IN
GND
19
20
DAC1
STSP
CN101
1
2
CSV
CSH
3
4
VHAFC
LCD_CONT_CS
5
6
P_DET_02
Serial_D2L
7
8
Serial_CLK
Y+S
9
10
R-Y
GND
11
B-Y
CN102
CN3
1
BAT_OPEN
2
GND
CN4
1
2
Vlitium
GND
TOP MODULE UNIT
CN1
1
LCD_SEG(21)
2
3
LCD_SEG(22)
LCD_SEG(23)
21
22
STROBO_STP
EFAD
1
2
Not Connected
HVDD
4
5
LCD_SEG(24)
LOCK_P_DET
23
24
SENSE
STRB_DET_SW
3
4
CKH1
CKH2
6
7
MATCOM(1)
MATCOM(2)
25
26
SCLK
OSC
5
6
STH
XSTH
8
9
MATSW(1)
MATSW(2)
27
28
BCLK
MOSI
7
8
CSH
PCG
10
11
MATSW(3)
MATSW(4)
29
30
MISO
/SPCR
9
10
XPCG
VSS
12
13
MATSW(5)
MATSW(6)
31
32
REG 5.0V(E2)
REG 5.0V(E2)
11
12
G
R
14
15
MATSW(7)
Not Connected
33
34
CSEF0
CSEF1
13
14
B
PCD
16
17
Not Connected
GND
35
36
REMOTE
REG5.0V(byVBAT)
GND
GND
15
16
XENB
ENB
18
19
AFLED 01
AFLED 22
37
38
17
18
CSV
XSTV
20
21
AFLED 21
VCPU
39
19
20
STV
VVDD
22
23
MATSW(8)
LCD_C0M(1)
24
25
LCD_SEG(26)
LCD_SEG(25)
21
22
23
24
CKV2
CKV1
COM
Not Connected
JACK PCB ASS’Y
CN1
1
2
VIDEO_OUT
GND
3
4
AUDIO
GND
5
6
Not Connected
VIDEO_SW
FLASH UNIT
CN1
1
IGBT
2
3
VBAT
SENSE
4
5
OSC
GND
26
27
LCD_SEG(20)
LCD_SEG(19)
28
29
LCD_SEG(18)
LCD_SEG(17)
30
31
LCD_SEG(16)
LCD_SEG(15)
32
33
LCD_SEG(14)
LCD_SEG(13)
34
35
LCD_SEG(3)
LCD_SEG(2)
36
37
LCD_SEG(27)
LCD_SEG(12)
38
39
LCD_SEG(11)
LCD_SEG(10)
40
41
LCD_SEG(9)
LCD_SEG(8)
42
43
LCD_SEG(7)
LCD_SEG(6)
44
45
LCD_SEG(5)
LCD_SEG(4)
46
47
LCD_SEG(3)
LCD_SEG(2)
48
49
LCD_SEG(1)
LCD_SEG(0)
50
LCD_COM(0)
GND
CN101
1
2
LCD_SEG(21)
LCD_SEG(22)
3
4
LCD_SEG(23)
LCD_SEG(24)
5
6
LOCK_P_DET
MATCOM(1)
7
8
MATCOM(2)
MATSW(1)
9
10
MATSW(2)
MATSW(3)
11
12
MATSW(4)
MATSW(5)
13
14
MATSW(6)
MATSW(7)
15
16
Not Connected
Not Connected
17
18
GND
AFLED 01
19
20
AFLED 22
AFLED 21
21
22
VCPU
MATW(8)
23
24
LCD_COM(1)
LCD_SEG(26)
25
26
LCD_SEG(25)
LCD_SEG(20)
27
28
LCD_SEG(19)
LCD_SEG(18)
29
30
LCD_SEG(17)
LCD_SEG(16)
31
32
LCD_SEG(15)
LCD_SEG(14)
33
34
LCD_SEG(13)
LCD_SEG(3)
35
36
LCD_SEG(2)
LCD_SEG(27)
37
38
LCD_SEG(12)
LCD_SEG(11)
39
40
LCD_SEG(10)
LCD_SEG(9)
41
42
LCD_SEG(8)
LCD_SEG(7)
1
PS
43
44
LCD_SEG(6)
LCD_SEG(5)
2
3
I_SENSE
DC_J_DET
45
46
LCD_SEG(4)
LCD_SEG(3)
4
5
CHG_CS
Not Connected
47
48
LCD_SEG(2)
LCD_SEG(1)
6
7
Not Connected
REDCONT
49
50
LCD_SEG(0)
LCD_COM(0)
8
9
RX
TX
10
11
E5LAT
E3LAT
12
13
E2LAT
VDD3(12.0V)
14
15
VDD2(15.0V)
VDD3(5.0V)
16
17
VDD5(21V)
VDD2(-7.5V)
18
19
VDD3(15.0V)
VDD0(3.3V)
20
21
VDD0(3.3V)
VDD0(3.3V)
22
23
GND
GND
24
25
GND
GND
26
27
VC_DET
SENSE
1
Not Connected
28
29
OSC
IGBT
2
3
ig 1
ig 3
30
31
VBAT
VBAT
4
5
ig 2
ig 4
33
34
DD+
6
35
36
RESERVED
BAT_SENSE
1
2
37
38
/E0LAT
Not Connected
3
4
39
40
GND
SP+
5
6
LCD_5V
LCD_15V
41
42
SPVDD2(5.5V)
7
8
VDD0
GND
43
44
VDD2(5.5V)
Not Connected
45
46
VDD0(3.3V)
VDD0(3.3V)
47
48
VIDEO
LINEOUT
49
50
GND
GND
CN103
1
2
Not Connected
ired(zoom)
3
4
VCC(zoom)
Sens(zoom)
5
6
Focus 4(/b)
Focus 2(/a)
7
8
Focus 3(b)
Focus 1(a)
9
10
Zoom 3(b)
Zoom 1(a)
11
12
Zoom 2(/a)
Zoom 4(/b)
13
14
ired(focus)
VCC(focus)
15
16
Sens(focus)
Not Connected
CN104
Not Connected
1
GND
2
3
V4
V3A
4
5
H2
H1
6
7
VL
CSUB
8
9
SUB
GND
10
11
H1
H2
12
13
RG
VDD
14
15
V3B
V2
16
17
V1A
V1B
18
19
GND
GND
20
VOUT
CN108
1
/REG
CN1
GND
DC_IN
1
2
/REG
A01
3
4
Not Connected
GND
3
4
/INPACK
A02
GND
5
6
/WAIT
A03
7
8
RESET
A04
9
10
Not Connected
A05
11
12
Not Connected
A06
5
CN2
1
2
BATT
GND
CN3
1
2
IGBT
VBAT
3
4
SENSE
OSC
5
GND
CN4
1
2
REDCONT SW
VDD2_5.5
CN5
1
PS
2
3
I_SENSE
DC_J_DET
A01
/INPACK
4
5
CHG_CS
Not Connected
4
5
A02
/WAIT
6
7
Not Connected
REDCONT
6
7
A03
RESET
8
9
RX
TX
8
9
A04
Not Connected
10
11
E5LAT
E3LAT
10
11
A05
Not Connected
12
13
E2LAT
VDD3(12.0V)
12
13
A06
VCC
14
15
VDD2(15.0V)
VDD3(5.0V)
14
15
VCC
IREQ
16
17
VDD5(21V)
VDD2(-7.5V)
16
17
A07
/WE
18
19
VDD3(15.0V)
VDD0(3.3V)
18
19
A08
/IOWR
20
21
VDD0(3.3V)
VDD0(3.3V)
20
21
A09
/IORD
22
23
GND
GND
22
23
/OE
Not Connected
24
25
GND
GND
24
25
A10
/CE2
26
27
VC_DET
SENSE
GND
/CD2
28
29
D10
/IOIS16
30
31
D09
D02
32
33
D08
D01
34
35
/STSCHG
D00
36
37
Not Connected
A00
38
39
/CE1
D15
40
41
DO7
D14
42
43
D06
D13
44
45
D05
D12
46
47
D04
D11
48
49
D03
/CD1
50
GND
VCC
VCC
15
16
IREQ
A07
17
18
/WE
A08
19
20
/IOWR
A09
21
22
/IORD
/OE
23
24
Not Connected
A10
25
26
/CE2
GND
27
28
/CD2
D10
29
30
/IOIS16
D09
31
32
D02
D08
33
34
D01
/STSCHG
35
36
D00
Not Connected
37
38
A00
/CE1
39
40
D15
D07
41
42
D14
D06
43
44
D13
D05
45
46
D12
D04
47
48
D11
D03
49
50
/CD1
GND
OSC
IGBT
VBAT
31
32
VBAT
VBUS
33
34
DD+
1
2
GND
D03
35
36
RESERVED
BAT_SENSE
3
4
D04
D05
37
38
/E0LAT
Not Connected
5
6
D06
D07
39
40
GND
SP+
7
8
/CE1
A10
41
42
SPVDD2(5.5V)
9
10
/OE
A09
43
44
VDD2(5.5V)
Not Connected
11
12
A08
A07
45
46
VDD0(3.3V)
VDD0(3.3V)
13
14
VCC
A06
47
48
VIDEO
LINEOUT
15
16
A05
A04
49
50
GND
GND
17
18
A03
A02
19
20
A01
A00
21
22
D00
D01
CN6
1
2
SP+
SPCN7
VIDEOOUT
GND
BKL_BRT
BKL_21V
3
4
LINEOUT
GND
GND
LCD_12V
5
6
Not Connected
VIDEO_DET
CN106
13
14
28
29
30
1
2
CN105
CN1
1
2
2
3
26
27
CF UNIT
DC/DC CONV.PCB ASS’Y
CN107
CN8
CN2
23
24
D02
/IOIS16
25
26
/CD2
/CD1
27
28
D11
D12
29
30
D13
D14
1
2
GND
RX
31
32
D15
/CE2
3
4
TX
Not Connected
33
34
Not Connected
/IORD
1
2
ROT_DET
ROT_GND
5
6
Not Connected
VBUS
35
36
/IOWR
/WE
3
4
CSV
CSH
7
8
Not Connected
Not Connected
37
38
IREQ
VCC
5
6
VHAFC
LCD_CONT_CS
9
10
DD+
39
40
/CSEL
Not Connected
7
8
P_DET_02
Serial_D2L
11
12
Not Connected
GND
41
42
RESET
/WAIT
9
10
Serial_CLK
Y+S
13
14
GND
GND
43
44
/INPACK
/REG
11
12
R-Y
GND
45
46
Not Connected
/STSCHG
13
B-Y
47
48
D08
D09
49
50
D10
GND
3
BLOCK DIAGRAMS
3-1 OVERALL
DATA COMMUNICATION
ANALOG IMAGE SIGNAL
ANALOG AUDIO SIGNAL
OPTICAL UNIT
MAIN PCB ASS’Y
CCD FPC
BAT OPEN CF OPEN
TH1
ACC. SHOE
FPC
VDD2_15V
VDD2_–75V
MIC
BUTTON PCB ASS’Y
REMOTE
LCD ROTATION DETECT SW
CCD
SENSOR
T.G.
LCD PCB ASS’Y
FLASH
Control IC
VIDEO
OPT FPC
KEY
L.P.F.
LCD
CONTROL
Sens
Vcc
ACC. SHOE
ADC
LCD
PANEL
M Zoom MOTOR
CPU
MOTOR
DRIVER
VBAT
BUTTON BATTERY
M Focus MOTOR
IG FPC
VDD0
BACK LIGHT
UNIT
TH100
VDD2_5V
+4.5V REG
TOP MODULE
UNIT
Digital Signal
Processing IC
M Iris MOTOR
BATTERY
LOAD TEST
AV Amp.
FLASH MEMORY
SD RAM
c
VDD
VDD2_15V
VDD2_–7.5V
MIC IN
AF-AUXILIARY
LIGHT EMITTER
VDD3_5V
a
b
VDD0
RS232C
USB
VDD0
RESET
FINDER LED
VDD3_12V
VDD0
VDD3_15V
VDD0
DAC
5V-VBAT
VDD5_21V
RTC
DIAL/
KEY
COMP. VIDEO
OLC
OSC
VDD2_5V
+5V REG
5V-VBAT
+5V REG
CF UNIT
VDD2_5.5V
CF CARD
VBAT
VBAT
AF LED FPC
FLASH UNIT
HV/OSC/XE_DRIVE
DC/DC CONVERTER PCB ASS’Y
VBAT
VBAT
SPEAKER
UNIT
JACK PCB
ASS’Y
a
VID FPC
REG
DC/DC
CONVERTER
b
c
AV OUT
CHARGE
CONTROL
BATTERY BOX
UNIT
RS232C/USB
VDD0
VDD2_5.5V
VDD2_–15V
VDD2_–7.5V
VDD5_21V
VDD3_15V
VDD3_12V
VDD3_5V
CN8
DC IN
(9.5V)
CN1
E17
3-2 MAIN PCB ASS’Y (1/3)
DATA COMMUNICATION
ANALOG IMAGE SIGNAL
IC121 Digital Signal
Processing IC (1/2)
F712521A
MAIN PCB ASS’Y (1/3)
VCCA-1
OPTICAL UNIT
Q122
BUFFER
2SC3938
CCD FPC
+15V
IC122 CDS_AD
AN2104N
C239
C238
IC127 TG
CXD2497R
CN107
VOUT
IC1
CCD SENSOR
ICX252AMY
V1A
V1B
V2
V3A
V3B
V4
SUB
CSUB
H1-1
H1-2
H2-1
H2-2
PG
VDD
VL
10
5
6
4
2
3
1
16
17
14
19
13
20
12
11
18
20 VOUT
16
17
15
3
14
2
8
7
10
5
11
4
12
13
6
V1A
V1B
V2
V3A
V3B
V4
SUB
CSUB
H1
H1
H2
H2
PG
VDD
VL
C281
41
43
39
44
46
40
47
C286
12
13
C266
CKI
OSCO
V1A
V1B
V2
V3A
V3B
V4
SUB
OSCI
XSHP
XSHD
ADCLK
H1
MCKO
H2
VD
HD
9
PG
42
VDD
45
VL
Q125
VSUB CONT
PDTC144
SSI
SCK
SEN
5VVDD 3.3VVDD
8,14
27
X103
36MHz
16
17
23
30
AD0
224
AD9
226
228
10
35
SSGOUT_1
SSGOUT_0
COUT1
31
32
33
EX 10
EX 9
EX 51
210
SSGOUT_0
211
SSGOUT_1
215
SSGOUT_5
221
CCDCLK_C
CPOP
41
SDATA
42
SCK
EX_52 40
LD
91
86
1.65VDC
Q118
2SC1774
CN106
6
2
IC123 S/H
Q120
2SC1774
5
7
1
Q119
2SC1774
6
7W66
+5V REG 4
TK11250BM
Serial_1
TG, CDS_AD
1
3
Q121 4
IMX1
FROM
DC/DC CONVERTER PCB ASS’Y
CN101 (1/2)
6 +3.3V REG 4
BAT_SENSE
TK11233BM
P3_5
P3_6
P3_7
P4_6
VDD
4
5
6
252
P3_5
EX_1
EX_0
P2_7
EX_53
DA_7
2
12
11
10
26
E2LAT
E3LAT
E5LAT
VC_DET
251
VDD0
1,2
6-8
L103
L101
EX20
VDD5_21V
VDD2_15V
VDD2_7.5V
VDD3_15V
VDD3_12V
VDD3_5V
SENSE
OSC
IGBT
L102
L104
VDD2_5.5V
VDD11
VDD11
DA_2
P4_5
VDD5_21V
VDD3_12V
VDD3_5V
VDD3_15V
VDD0
VDD
VDD12
4
a
b
2 c
IC101 INV
P3_0
P3_1
P3_2
P4_7
3
3
4
7
8
9
LCD_CONT_CS
6
5
VHAFC
LCD ROTATION
DETECT SW
ROT_DET 1
CN105
BKL_BRT
BKL_21V
LCD_12V
LCD_5V
LCD_15V
VDD 0
1
2
4
5
6
7
TO LCD PCB
ASS’Y
VDD4
VCPU
NXIN
VDD3_15V
VDD3_12V
VDD3_5V
EX_28
LCD
CSV
CSH
P_DET 02
S_D2L
S_CLK
6
IC105 MAIN POWER SW
BD6520F
VDD2_5.5V
2
Q116-Q121 : BUFFER
7WT126
SSG_0,1
V BAT
VDD0_3.3V
TO LCD PCB
ASS’Y
Q117
2SC1774
Q116
2SC1774
IC131
36
30
31
19
20
21
45
46
42
43
16
14
17
18
13
15
27
28
29
10
11
13
3
5
IC124
3.3/5 BUFFER
99 2
6
SH1
100 5
3
SH2
Y+S
R-Y
B-Y
4
IC130
BAT_SENSE
73
VDD 3_5V
COMP. VIDEO
12,21,30
31,43,46
7,15,29
69,82,95
CCD11
RBOUT3
15
6
YOUT1
234
CCDCLK_C
+15V
V BAT
CCD2
33
DS1
32
DS2
14
ADCLK
SSGOUT_5 24
34
2
D0 11
D9
22
VREFL
23
VREFH
18
VRB
16
VRT
26
28
35
CCDOUT1
36
CCDOUT2
VREF-3
IC120
5 +3.3V REG 4
MM1385EN
71,84,93
X101
14.31818MHz
17
CD100
DA_8
ADIN_5
CD101
NXOUT
A
4
255
P3_0
256
P3_1
1
P3_2
253
P4_7
18
X102
PXIN
PXOUT
32 14.1875MHz
31
CD102
CD103
E18
3-3 MAIN PCB ASS’Y (2/3)
DATA COMMUNICATION
ANALOG IMAGE SIGNAL
ANALOG AUDIO SIGNAL
BUTTON PCB ASS’Y
CN1
EF_XGND
STRB_SW
EF_CCC
EF_ID
EF_STOP
AVEF
EF_X
12
BCLK
14
SCLK
16
MOSI
19
MISO
18
CSEF0
17
CSEF1
TH1
THERMISTOR
CN104
V-litium
GND
2
1
BUTTON
BATTERY
2
1
LCD_SEG27
a
b 6
1
4
2
SET
MENU
DISP
WR
3
MATCOM_3 5
REMOTE 35
MIC_IN
17
MIC_GND 18
BAT_OPEN 15
CF_OPEN 13
16
THRM
1
V-litium
7
10
9
8
11
6
2
4
MTSW_1
MTSW_2
MTSW_3
MTSW_4
MTSW_5
MTSW_6
MTSW_7
MTSW_8
MATCOM_1
22
VCPU
Q113 SW
XP03312
EX3
CLK32KIN
EX54
EX58
EX59
CS2
2
RESETB
142
EX55
66
TXD1
65
RXD1
3
204
88
221
84
4
P2-3
3
3
VCPU
RESET
RN5VD27A
4
/E0LAT
37
SP+
SP–
VIDEO
LINE
40
41
47
48
D+
D–
34
33
VBUS
32
RX
TX
8
9
EX19
EX15
VCPU
2
90
10
1
94
M.POWER
VCPU
3
4
EX20
Q115 SW
XP03312
USB_PWON 2
223
1
19
LCD BASE
POSITION DET.
IC110 RS232C
MAX3222CAP
15
16
R1OUT R1IN
13
17
T1IN T1OUT
X100
24MHz
IC115
C
ADIN_7
4
20
2
3
EX3
Q114 SW
XP03312
SW100
EX29
TO
DC/DC CONVERTER PCB
ASS’Y
Serial_1
272
EX47
1
P2-4
5
EX25
EX48
EX26
EX27
ADIN_4
4
1
EX16
EX18
2
EX40
EX41
EX42
EX43
EX44
EX45
EX46
EX47
ADIN_6
IC102
+5V REG
MM1385AN
11
EX7
Q102 INV
PDTC144
P2-5
c
EX40
LCD_VLCO
DC_J_DET 3
I_SENSE 2
1
PS
CHG_CS 4
REDCONT 7
2
3
7
6
8
VCPU
2
ADIN_4,6,7
EX20
Q112
VLCO
2SC4617
3
D_0
EX9
EX10
174
224
52
252
IC109
23
D_P
24
D_N
173
USB_VBUS
IC113 CPU (1/2)
µPD82434S1
OSC1-X2
8
197
198
50
134
137
56
59
199
EX16
EX17
EX18
EX30
CN101 (2/2)
DA-5
A/V
93
EX16
EX17
EX30
EX40
EX41
EX42
EX43
EX44
EX45
EX46
EX47
a
b
c
Q127
PDTC114
MIC
B
3
OSC1-X1
13
227
166
169
10
P3_5
9
IC107
LCD_SEG0
28
VDD2_5.5V VBAT
11
228
35
61
257
115
201
96
99
20
277
165
10
EX63
EX49
EX50
TOUT0
D
12
+3.3V
13
42
LCD_COM0
122
189
LCD_COM3
45
4
26
1
8
2 17
B
49 LCD_SEG_0
37
33
4
25
24
36 LCD_SEG_27
6 MATCOM_1
7 MATCOM_2
5 LOCK_P_DET
8 MATSW_1
9 MATSW_2
10 MATSW_3
11 MATSW_4
12 MATSW_5
13 MATSW_6
14 MATSW_7
22 MATSW_8
18 AFLED_01
20 AFLED_21
19 AFLED_22
21 VCPU
6 15 4
A
32 LCD_COM_0
23
3
13
7
IC107
CATE VCC
EX9
EX10
CN102
35
34 LCD_COM_3
18 17
18 3
IC140
+5V REG
MM1385AN
7
c
a
b
EX21
14 15 16
14 5 16
EX62
12
EFAD
REG 5.0V 31
REG 5.0V 32
REG 5V(BAT) 36
STORO_STP 21
20
STSP
2 3
VCPU
FOUT
CE0
DATA
CLK
CE1
AFLED21 : Green
AFLED22 : Red
MACRO : Umber
27
25
28
29
33
34
6 5 4
AFLED_21
LED1 AAPG1211
CF LID
OPEN DET. SW
Q106
IC103
3.3/5V BUFFER
3
AFLED_22
BCLK
SCLK
MOSI
MISO
CSEF0
CSEF1
/SPCR
SENSE
OSC
14
8
LOCK_P_DET
AFLED_01
BATTERY COVER
OPEN DET. SW
2
1
SW10
+5V
EX12
MATSW_4
MATSW_8
CN3
BAT_OPEN 2
GND
1
1
274
MATSW_3
MATSW_7
5
MIC
3
205
MATSW_2
SW5 MATSW_6
4 2
TOUT0
EX11
EX21
EX62
EX49
EX50
EX63
EX48
EX26
EX27
EX25
EX19
EX15
MATSW_1
Zoom–
6
11
25
EFAD
28
4
25
24
LCD_SEG_27 36
MATCOM_1 6
MATCOM_2 7
LOCK_P_DET 5
MATSW_1 8
MATSW_2 9
MATSW_3 10
MATSW_4 11
MATSW_5 12
MATSW_6 13
MATSW_7 14
MATSW_8 22
AFLED_01 18
AFLED_21 20
AFLED_22 19
21
VCPU
Release SW
SW6
Upper Dial
Strobe
X_TRIG
37
33
26
1
Manual
Remocon
Forcus
24
LCD_SEG_0 49
SEG_27
LED2
SML31
2
LCD_COM_3 34
MATSW_5
IC1 FLASH Control
LC4090L
4
SENSE
10
OSC
AVEF
SYNC
7
NSPCR
MIC IN
MIC GND
SW5
SW7
SW6
SW8
SW4
SW9
SW3
SW2
CCC
EFID
3
CN100
23
35
SEG_0
Zoom+
STSP
2
5
STRB_DET_SW
COM_0
COM_3
Lower
Dial
Q1 BUFFER +5V
XP4601
REMOTE
CN1
OLC
SW4
Sokkyo
7SH32
6
LCD_COM_0 32
SW3
Macro
IC4 OR
2
4
1
7SH32
Q4 SW
2SC3631
TOP MODULE UNIT
IC3 OR
2
4
1
7
6
30
23
26
1
7
5
4
3
2
6
5
AE_LOCK
IC2 SW
7W53
1
ACC. SHOE
SW1
ACC. SHOE FPC
IC5 REMOTE CONTROL
RS-151
2
3
VDD
1
VCPU
MAIN PCB ASS’Y (2/3)
RTC
IC114 RTC4574JE
Q101 INV
XP6213
E19
3-4 MAIN PCB ASS’Y (3/3)
DATA COMMUNICATION
ANALOG IMAGE SIGNAL
ANALOG AUDIO SIGNAL
MAIN PCB ASS’Y (3/3)
2
D_0
D_1
5
IC106 A V Amp.
BH6401KV
35
VMIC
32
MICIN
4
MOUT
27
1
2
SP+
SP–
VIDEO
LINE
A/V
D0
211
4
LPF
VTRIN
25
POWER IN
24
MECAOUT
17
POUTL
15
POUTR
8
VOUT
22
AUDIOOUT
C144
C140
3
7
5
IC112
5
+3.0V REG
MM1385HN
4
1
167
TH100
4
BAT_SENSE
EX23
265
ADIN3
264
ADIN4
149
ADIN6
301
ADIN7
Q107 SW XP03312
4
3
303
ADIN2
3
10
2.0B
2
92
2
Q108
XP03311
1
275
IC403 OR 7SH32
1
4
2
1
278,25,232,26,233
176,27,107,234,177
280,25,281,108,235
178
16
EX13
EX8
207
TCTL0
13
P2-5
12
P2-4
11
P2-3
9
11
13
15
10
12
14
16
IN1
IN2
IN3
IN4
EN1
EN2
EN3
EN4
b
c
d
e
f
g
VCC
12
21
20
16
17
18
37
CKE
19
/CS
38
CLK
2,4,5,7
DQ0 8,10,11,13
INTP2
CD
2
TG.CDS_AD
b c
d e f
k
µPD16877MA
3
Focus
MOTOR
4
OPTICAL UNIT
2
DQ0
DQ15
DQML
DQMU
2,4,5,7
8,10,11,13
5
6
7
8
Iris MOTOR
CN104
ig 1
ig 2
ig 3
ig 4
2
4
3
5
CF UNIT
CN108
0
1
2
114
115
116
0
1
2
PCADR_0
CFAD_0
PCADR_1
-10
SDADR_11 PCADR_2
P1_0 20-27
176
8
177 SDBS_0
P1_7
SDBS_0
203
SDWE
202
SDCAS
118-125
201
PCDT_0 127-134 16
SDRAS
199
SDCKE_0
PCDT_15
CFDT_0-10
194
SDCS_0
193
SDCLK
136-139
141-144 SDDT_0
DQ15 42,44,45,47 16 146-149
SDDT_15
48,50,51,53,15 151-154,205
SDDQM_0
39
206
SDDQM_1
g h i j
2
Zoom
MOTOR
10
11
9
12
8
6
7
5
3
14
Q110 SW
PDTC144
178,179
181-185
187-191 SDADR_0
23-26
29-34,22,35
/WE
/CAS
/RAS
k
1
2
4
23
21
5
7
19
17
IC121 Digital Signal
Processing IC (2/2)
F712521A
A11
A12
A13
h
i
j
2
4
23
21
5
7
19
17
Zoom 1(a)
Zoom 2(a)
Zoom 3(b)
Zoom 4(b)
Focus 1(a)
Focus 2(a)
Focus 3(b)
Focus 4(b)
Vcc(Zoom)
Vcc(Focus)
Q111 SW
2SA1577
D_1
A0
VDD12
INTP0
OUT1A
OUT2A
OUT1B
OUT2B
OUT3A
OUT4A
OUT3B
OUT4B
VDD0
156-159
161-164 SDDT_16
SDDT_31
42,44,45,47 16 166-169
48,50,51,53,15 171-174,207
SDDQM_2
39
208
SDDQM_3
A00
A01
A02
A03
A10
D00
INTP2
DQML
DQMU
a
3
h
i
j
k
14
/WE
47
/CE
45
/OE
13
/RESET
11
OUT1A
OUT2A
OUT1B
OUT2B
OUT3A
OUT4A
OUT3B
OUT4B
D015
9
219
C
f
g
D0-D15
44,42,40,38,35
33,31,29,43,41
39,37,34,32,30
D00
28
a
62
EX51
141
EX52
EX14
d
e
IC132 SDRAM
IC133 SDRAM
MB81F641642D
6
INTP1
77
WAITB
268
CSENGB
236
UBEB
30
ALE
163
EX6
215
ECLK
154
ESDT
155
ESREQ
161
INTP2
18
EX31
IN1
IN2
IN3
IN4
EN1
EN2
EN3
EN4
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Sens(Zoom) 4
Sens(Focus) 15
IC116
Focus,Iris MOTOR DRIVE
A19
37
36
28
29
34
35
38
64
65
103
105
Q109
2SD1664
BATTERY LOAD TEST
AOUT
208
AVERF
304
AVERFP
ADIN_4,6,7
VBAT
146
20
203
MWRB
203
CSMEMB
143
MRDB
14
EX22
9
11
13
15
10
12
14
16
IC134 FLASH MEMORY
MBM29LV160BE909PCV
ADIN0
IC142
BUFFER
TC75W51FK
1
VDD0
D15
j
k
283,111,284,180,238 A1-A20
32,239,112,265,33
240,161,286,113,241
48,1-7,17-25
24,182,183,40,115
8,9,16,
A0
A20
IC141 LPF
S-89110ANC
C122
COMP. VIDEO
A1
c
h
i
CPURDWR
CPUMEMIO
INTR
NWAIT
NCS_E
UBEB
ALE
NRESET
BUSCLK
ESDT
ESREQ
MIC
EX3
EX4
EX24
EX1
EX0
b
16
EX0
EX24
2
Serial_0
45
SDAT
46
SCK
47
SEN
EX1
272
89
168
271
162
a
c
d
e
f
g
A16-A19
18
D0
17
D1
IC117
Zoom MOTOR DRIVE
b
4
A11
A12
DA_4
11
a
42-39
DA_8
16
EX28
140
EX53
5
6
7
DA_3
294
EX32
53
EX33
67
TOUT1
296
EX36
254
EX38
175
EX60
184
EX61
132
EX37
54
EX39
253
EX34
196
EX35
DA_5
3
2
63
CPUADR_19
20
SI
19
CLK
22
/EN
EX57
1
64
CPUADR_16
EX1
EX0
EX4
DA_7
1
EX56
298
TCTL1
7
INTP3
CN103
4
A7
A8
7
8
0
16
EX3
IC111
INV
7SH04
2
3
4
5
SSG OUT_0,1
D0-D15
Q104 SW
PDTC144
6
DA_2
DA_3
DA_4
CPUAD_0
VDD0
A1
A2
A3
A4
A5
CPUAD_15
D
14
VCC
13
VDD
62-59,57-54
52-49,47-44
Q103 SW
2SA1577
5 +3.3V REG 4
MM1385EN
EX1,EX0
IC108
IC139 COMPARATOR
NJM2903V
IC113 CPU (2/2)
µPD82434S1
LCD
IC100 DAC
M62376GP
µPD16877MA
VBAT
D15
NPS R0
NPS WR
PCCE 1
PCCE 2
PCRDY
PCIR0
PCIOIS
P0_5
P0_1
P0_4
P0_0
112
113
110
111
106
104
108
242
238
250
237
CD
VDD4
/IORD
/IOWR
/CE1
/CE2
/WAIT
IREQ
/IOIS16
/WE
RESET
/INPACK
/REG
/CD1
/CD2
VCC
CN1
32
2
4
32
2
4
6
8
10 8
12
16
18
20
24
35
33
31
46
44
42
40 16
32
30
28
47
45
43
41
39
6
8
10
12
16
18
20
24
35
33
31
46
44
42
40
32
30
28
47
45
43
41
39
21
21
19
38
25
5
15
29
17
7
3
1
49
27
13
14
19
38
25
5
15
29
17
7
3
1
49
27
13
14
CN2
A00
20
14
12
11
A10
D00
10
8
21
23
2
6
47
49
27
16
13
D15
31
/IORD
/IOWR
/CE1
/CE2
/WAIT
IREQ
/IOIS16
/WE
RESET
/INPACK
/REG
/CD1
/CD2
34
35
7
32
42
37
24
36
VCC
CF CARD
41
43
44
26
25
13
38
E20
3-5 DC/DC CONVERTER PCB ASS’Y
DATA COMMUNICATION
ANALOG IMAGE SIGNAL
ANALOG AUDIO SIGNAL
F02
VBAT
IC03 REG.
D04
4
CN2
BATT
GND
VDC
F01
4
DC_IN
GND
3
DC_J_DET
6
5
2
1
L01
RSNS
D02
3
4
Q10
I_SENSE
9
5
3
IC05
I_SENSE
IC01
CHARGE
CONTROL
V_SENSE
VDC
2
DRIVE
V_SENSE
IC04
Q06
I_SENSE SW
5
9
VREF
Q40
V_SENSE SW
CHG_CS
3
1
DRIVE2
13
SENS2
DRIVE3
8
Q16
SW
EN1 SENS3
Q23
PWM SW
3
AVOUT
VID FPC
+21V
D12
+15V
D13
+12V
4
15
Q24
PWM SW L05
18
D14
-7.5V
/E0LAT
E2 LAT
E3 LAT
E5 LAT
DC_J_DET
I_SENSE
PS
CHG_CS
Q42 REG
D15
+15V
6
Q43
REG
Q32
SW DRIVE
DC_J_DET
2 3
4
1
E2LAT
5
37
12
11
10
3
2
1
4
FROM
MAIN PCB ASS’Y
E3LAT
VDD2_5.5V
3
4
FLASH UNIT
1 SP+
2 SP-
CN4
2
1
15
21
VREF
Q102
POWER SW
D105 D103 T101
AF LED FPC
18
13
E5LAT
CN6
1
2
17
Q30
SW DRIVE
J1
SPEAKER
UNIT
14
Q29 SW
CN7
1 VIDEO
3 LINE_OUT
6 VC_DET
VIDEO_OUT 1
AUDIO_OUT 3
VC_DET
6
43
16
1 2 5 6
9
1
D11
VREF
5,6
2
JACK PCB
ASS’Y CN1
E2LAT
L04
Q11
BUFFER
4
Q27 SW
4
12
23
EN2
VDD5_21V
VDD2_15V
VDD2_-7.5V
VDD3_15V
VDD3_12V
VDD3_5V
1
EN3 SENS1
6
6
2
Q15
SW
5
VDD2_5.5V 42
1 2 5 6
IC02
SW REG CONTROL
3
46
2
DRIVE1
TO
MAIN PCB ASS’Y
45
Q25 SW
+5.5V
Q28 SW DRIVE
4
4
VDC
Q39
V_SENSE SW
Q22
PWM SW
Q34
/E0 SW
PS
Q14 SW
5
D10
Q26
5,6
SW REG
CONTROL
Q07
Q04
SW
8
L03
3
IC06
VDD
2 I_SENSE
21
Q36
V_SENSE
SW VBAT
3
6
3
5
VDD0_3.3V 19
/E0LAT
Q13
POWER SW
Q41 CHG OFF
DRIVE
31
5
Q37
10
1
BAT_SENSE 36
VBAT
30
L02
3
Q08-Q10
TRICLE CHARGE
VDD
CN5
D08
3
Q20
SW DRIVE
Q08
Q02
SW DRIVE
Q21
PWM SW
6
5
2
1
D03
C02
CN1
2
1
4
Q09
Q03
PWM SW
DC_IN
(9.5V)
C23
6
5
2
1
C27
1
2
D07
1
2
VIN VOUT
GND
C29
DC/DC CONVERTER PCB ASS’Y
BATTERY BOX UNIT
2 VDD2_5.5V
1 REDCNT SW
T102
VBAT
Q103
OSC
C105
CN1
2
2
VBAT
3
4
4
OSC
Q101
POWER SW
DRIVE
4
SENSE
IGBT
GND
Q104
XE DRIVE
3
1
5
3
1
5
SENSE
IGBT
GND
7
VIDEO
LINE OUT
VC_DET
SP+
SPSENSE
OSC
IGBT
47
D+
DVBUS
RX
TX
34
48
26
40
41
27
28
29
VBAT
Q105
CURRENT LIMIT
OSC
Q38
LED DRIVE
CN3
RED CONT
33
32
8
9
CN8
D+
DVBUS
RX
TX
10
9
5
RS232C/USB
2
3
E21
3-6 LCD PCB ASS’Y
DATA COMMUNICATION
ANALOG IMAGE SIGNAL
LCD PCB ASS’Y
+5V
Q102 (1/2)
F102
FROM
MAIN PCB ASS’Y
CN101
8 Y+S
9 R-Y
11 B-Y
1
4
5
6
C115 51
3
LPF
2
1
2
C118 3
3
Q104 (1/2)
1
4
H.FILOUT
5
6
S.SEPIN
3
LPF
2
51
1
2
YIN
SYNCIN
C120 4
Q104 (2/2)
F101
5
IC102 LCD CONTROL
LV4127M
Q102 (2/2)
RYIN
46
ROUT
44
GOUT
41
BOUT
39
PCD
3
Q103 (1/2)
Q103 (2/2)
F100
1
4
5
6
3
LPF
2
52
1
2
3
VHAFC
11
CSV
10
CSH
CD100
(+3V)
4
LCD_12V
5
LCD_5V
7
VDD0
30
29
28
27
26
25
22
21
20
19
18
17
ENB
XENB
CKV1
CKV2
STV
XSTV
PCG
XPCG
CKH1
CKH2
STH
XSTH
14
15
22
21
19
18
8
9
3
4
5
6
COM
HVDD
VVDD
CSV
CSH
23
2
20
17
7
IC103 V_REF
NJM3414A
ZD100
6.8V
FROM
MAIN PCB ASS’Y
CKO
ENB
XENB
CKV1
CKV2
STV
XSTV
PCG1
PCG2
CKH1
CKH2
STH
XSTH
+4.5V
+12V
CN100
LCD_15V
CKI
34
DATA
33
SCLK
35
LOAD
1,7
P_DET02
6
15
IC100 BUFFER
7WH126
2
6
5
3
6 S_D2L
7 S_CLK
4 LCD_CONT_CS
5
14
12
11
13
14
LCD PANEL
Q102-Q104 : BUFFER
XP4601
CSV
CSH
R
G
B
PCD
BYIN
3
1
2
CN102
6
5
7
(6.1V)
2
3
1
(5.9V)
+12V
50
SIGCENTER
+4.5V
48
IC101
5 +4.5V REG 4
MM1385BN
49
3
16
4
VCC2 (+12V)
VCC1 (+4.5V)
VDD1 (+3V)
Q105 SW
XP03311
2
1
CSV
CSH
2
1
BLK_21V
BLK_BRT
(+15V)
IC105 BUFFER
7W04
3
5
1
7
Q106
Q107
Q106,Q107 :
BUFFER
PDTC114
BACK LIGHT UNIT
Q108 BRIGHT CONT.
2SC4617
R101
100
E22