Canon Wireless File Transmitter WFT-E2 II A Instruction manual

Wireless File Transmitter
WFT-E2 II
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Instruction Manual for Use With EOS-1D Mark IV
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To EOS-1D Mark III or EOS-1Ds Mark III Users
This instruction manual describes the use of the transmitter when connected to the EOS-1D Mark IV.
When using the transmitter with the EOS-1D Mark III or EOS-1Ds Mark III, refer to the PDF
manual in the EOS_1DIII_1DsIII folder.
To comply with local radio wave regulations, Canon offers four region-specific versions of
the transmitter (WFT-E2 IIA, E2 IIB, E2 IIC, and E2 IID) in various areas around the world
(p.8). For convenience, we refer to the product in this manual simply as “the transmitter,”
without reference to versions A, B, C, or D.
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INSTRUCTION MANUAL
Introduction
The Wireless File Transmitter WFT-E2 II is an accessory for EOS-1D Mark IV camera. It gives
the camera wireless and wired LAN functionality and adds a USB port, enabling the following
operations.
Wireless and Wired LAN Functions
FTP Transfer
Transfer images to an FTP server
EOS Utility
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Use EOS Utility to capture, view, and
download images remotely
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WFT Server
Use a web browser to capture, view,
and download images remotely
Linked Shooting
Wirelessly trigger shooting by slave
cameras linked to a master camera
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Introduction
Functions When Connected via USB
External Media
Record or backup images onto external media
GPS
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Connected by a USB cable
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Connected via Bluetooth
Add the latitude, longitude, altitude, date and time, and
other shooting information to images
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Conventions Used in this Manual
These instructions should be followed only after your wireless or wired LAN and FTP server
settings are complete. For details on configuring these settings, refer to the documentation
provided with the respective equipment.
Terms in brackets [ ] indicate button or icon names or other software elements. Brackets
also denote camera menu items.
Page numbers in parentheses indicate where you can find additional information.
Instructions on camera operations should be followed only after you have read the Camera
Instruction Manual and are familiar with operating the camera.
Sections of this manual labeled with the following symbols contain information of the
corresponding nature.
: Warnings to avoid potential problems are labeled with a caution symbol.
: Supplemental information is labeled with a note symbol.
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Windows is a trademark or registered trademark of Microsoft Corporation in the United
States and other countries.
Macintosh is a registered trademark of Apple Corporation in the United States and other
countries.
Wi-Fi is a registered trademark of the Wi-Fi Alliance.
Wi-Fi Certified, WPA, WPA2, and the Wi-Fi Certified logo are trademarks of the Wi-Fi
Alliance.
WPS as used on camera settings screens and in this manual signifies Wi-Fi Protected
Setup.
UPnP is a trademark of the UPnP Implementers Corporation.
Bluetooth and the Bluetooth logos are trademarks owned by Bluetooth SIG, Inc.
All other corporate and brand names in this manual are trademarks or registered
trademarks of their respective owners.
Using the transmitter for remote image transfer, capture, or viewing requires adequate knowledge of
configuring your wireless or wired LAN and FTP server.
Canon cannot provide support for configuring wireless or wired LANs or FTP servers.
Note that Canon cannot be held liable for any loss or damage to the transmitter from erroneous network
or FTP server settings. In addition, Canon cannot be held liable for any other loss or damage caused by
use of the transmitter.
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Chapter List
Introduction
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1
Basic Network Settings
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Transferring Images to an FTP Server
29
3
Remote Capture Using EOS Utility
43
4
Remote Capture Using WFT Server
49
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Linked Shooting
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Managing Settings Information
65
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Using External Media
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Using GPS Devices
83
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Troubleshooting
91
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Reference
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Contents
Introduction
2
Conventions Used in this Manual ...................................................................................................... 4
Chapter List........................................................................................................................................ 5
Contents............................................................................................................................................. 6
Areas of Use and Restrictions ........................................................................................................... 8
Safety Warnings............................................................................................................................... 10
Nomenclature................................................................................................................................... 11
Attaching to the Camera .................................................................................................................. 12
Subsequent Organization of This Manual........................................................................................ 13
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Basic Network Settings
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Getting Ready ..................................................................................................................................
Displaying the Connection Wizard ...................................................................................................
Selecting the Communication Method and LAN Type .....................................................................
Using the Wizard to Establish a Connection....................................................................................
WPS Connections (PBC Mode) .......................................................................................................
WPS Connections (PIN Mode) ........................................................................................................
Configuring Network Settings ..........................................................................................................
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Transferring Images to an FTP Server
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Configuring FTP Communication Settings.......................................................................................
Automatic Image Transfer After Each Shot .....................................................................................
Transferring Images Individually ......................................................................................................
Batch Transfer .................................................................................................................................
Checking Image Transfer History ....................................................................................................
Viewing Transferred Images ............................................................................................................
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Remote Capture Using EOS Utility
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Configuring EOS Utility Communication Settings ............................................................................ 44
Using EOS Utility ............................................................................................................................. 47
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Remote Capture Using WFT Server
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Configuring WFT Server Communication Settings ..........................................................................
Displaying WFT Server ....................................................................................................................
Viewing Images................................................................................................................................
Remote Capture [Camera control] ...................................................................................................
Remote Capture [Simple control].....................................................................................................
Remote Capture...............................................................................................................................
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Linked Shooting
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Setting Up Linked Shooting ............................................................................................................. 62
Arranging the Slave Cameras.......................................................................................................... 64
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Contents
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Managing Settings Information
65
Checking Settings ............................................................................................................................ 66
Changing Settings............................................................................................................................ 67
Saving and Loading Settings ........................................................................................................... 69
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Using External Media
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Connecting External Media..............................................................................................................
Choosing Recording Media When Shooting ....................................................................................
Copying Images ...............................................................................................................................
Backing Up on External Media.........................................................................................................
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Using GPS Devices
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Connecting GPS Devices with a USB Cable ................................................................................... 84
Connecting GPS Devices via Bluetooth........................................................................................... 87
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Troubleshooting
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Responding to Error Messages ....................................................................................................... 92
Wireless LAN Notes....................................................................................................................... 106
Checking Network Settings............................................................................................................ 107
10 Reference
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Creating and Registering Captions ................................................................................................ 110
Specifications................................................................................................................................. 111
Index .............................................................................................................................................. 118
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Areas of Use and Restrictions
To comply with local radio wave regulations in various areas around the world, Canon offers
four region-specific versions of the transmitter (WFT-E2 IIA, E2 IIB, E2 IIC, and E2 IID) as
described below. Please do not use your model (version) of transmitter in regions it was not
designed for.
For information on other areas where the transmitter can be used, contact Canon Service
Center.
Model
(Version)
Area of Use
WFT-E2 IIA United States, Canada, Singapore, and Hong Kong
Japan, France, Italy, Germany, United Kingdom, Belgium,
the Netherlands, Luxembourg, Ireland, Denmark, Greece,
Spain, Portugal, Austria, Finland, Sweden, Poland, Hungary,
WFT-E2 IIB Romania, Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Slovakia, Slovenia,
Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Cyprus, Malta, Iceland, Norway,
Switzerland, Liechtenstein, Australia, New Zealand, Russia,
and Hong Kong
WFT-E2 IIC Mainland China and Hong Kong
WFT-E2 IID Can be used in all areas noted above
Wireless LAN Specification
and Supported Channels
36 – 64 ch
IEEE 802.11a
149 – 165 ch
IEEE 802.11b/g
1 – 11 ch
IEEE 802.11a
36 – 64 ch
100 – 140 ch
IEEE 802.11b/g
1 – 13 ch
IEEE 802.11a
IEEE 802.11b/g
IEEE 802.11a
IEEE 802.11b/g
149 – 161 ch
1 – 13 ch
Not supported
1 – 11 ch
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In France, outdoor use is prohibited.
In mainland China, outdoor use requires a permit in some areas.
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IEEE 802.11a Restrictions
When IEEE 802.11a wireless networking is used, channels in gray in the following table cannot
be used. These restrictions are established by local regulations, which must be upheld.
The transmitter can be used on channels in blue. Regarding channels in yellow, some
restrictions apply. Refer to the footnotes.
Indoors
WFT-E2 IIA
Outdoors
Indoors
WFT-E2 IIB
Outdoors
Wireless LAN
Connection Method
Infrastructure
Ad hoc
Infrastructure
Ad hoc
Infrastructure
Ad hoc
36 – 48
36 – 48
36 – 48
36 – 48
36 – 48
36 – 48
52 – 64
52 – 64
52 – 64
52 – 64
52 – 64
52 – 64
149 – 165
149 – 165
149 – 165
149 – 165
100 – 140
100 – 140
Infrastructure
36 – 48
36 – 48
52 – 64*J
52 – 64
100 – 140
Ad hoc
Channel
149 – 161*C
*J: In Japan, outdoor use on channels 52 – 64 is prohibited.
*C: In mainland China, outdoor use requires a permit in some areas.
WFT-E2 IIC
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100 – 140
Areas of Use and Restrictions
The following actions may be punishable under law. Disassembling or modifying the
transmitter, or removing the certification label on it.
Do not use the transmitter near other devices that emit radio waves, such as medical
equipment or electronic devices. The transmitter may interfere with operation of these
devices.
Use the transmitter only with a compatible EOS DIGITAL camera. Using it with incompatible
cameras may cause malfunction, accidents, and other problems not covered under
warranty.
Use the transmitter as a wireless or wired LAN device as described in this instruction
manual. If you use the transmitter for any other purpose, Canon cannot be held liable for
any loss or damage that may occur.
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Safety Warnings
The following precautions are intended to prevent harm to you and others as well as damage to
equipment. Become familiar with the precautions before using the transmitter to ensure correct
and safe operation.
Warning Preventing Serious Injury or Death
To prevent fire, excessive heat, chemical leakage, or explosion, follow these safety guidelines.
• Do not insert metallic objects between electrical contacts of the transmitter, accessories, or connecting cables.
Do not use the transmitter where there is flammable gas. There is a risk of explosion or fire.
If the transmitter is dropped and internal parts are exposed, do not touch the exposed parts. There is a risk of
electrical shock.
Do not disassemble or modify the transmitter. High-voltage internal parts may cause electrical shock.
Do not store the transmitter in dusty or humid places. There is a risk of fire or electrical shock.
Before using the transmitter on board airplanes or in hospitals, make sure use is permitted. Electromagnetic
waves emitted by the transmitter may interfere with instrumentation or medical equipment.
Caution Preventing Injury or Equipment Damage
Do not leave the transmitter inside a vehicle in hot weather or near a heat source. The transmitter may become
hot and cause burns if touched.
Do not cover or wrap the transmitter with a cloth. This may trap heat inside, posing a risk of case deformation or
fire.
Do not use paint thinner, benzene, or other organic solvents to clean the transmitter. This poses a risk of fire and
may be hazardous to your health.
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If the product malfunctions, becomes damaged, or requires repair, contact your dealer
or the nearest Canon Service Center.
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Handling Precautions
The transmitter is a precision instrument. Do not drop it or subject it to shock.
The transmitter is not waterproof. Do not use it underwater.
Wipe off any moisture with a clean, dry cloth. If the transmitter has been exposed to salty air,
wipe it with a clean damp cloth after wringing it out to remove excess water.
Never leave the transmitter near any equipment that generates a strong magnetic field,
such as magnets or electric motors.
Do not leave the transmitter in excessive heat, such as in a vehicle in direct sunlight. High
temperature may damage the transmitter.
Do not wipe the transmitter using cleaners containing organic solvents. If the transmitter
becomes difficult to clean, take it to the nearest Canon Service Center.
To avoid corrosion, do not store the transmitter where there are strong chemicals, such as in
darkrooms or chemical labs.
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Nomenclature
Locking lever
Attachment pin
USB port
Ethernet
RJ-45 port
Port cover
Tightening
screw
Terminal
<USB> USB lamp
<LAN> Network lamp
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Terminal cap
receptacle (Not used with the EOS-1D Mark IV)
Transmitter Case
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Waterproof/Dustproof USB Cap*2
External Media Case*1
*1: For storing portable hard disks or other devices.
*2: Attach this cap before connecting the USB cable in rainy weather or under other adverse conditions.
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Attaching to the Camera
Turn off the camera before attaching the transmitter.
Ensure the camera battery has sufficient charge. If the charge drops below 19%, you
cannot transfer captured images or back them up to external media.
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Open the terminal cover on the camera.
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Move the lever into the release position.
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Attach the transmitter.
Open the extension system terminal cover and
turn it toward the bottom.
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Align the attachment pin with the WFT-E2 II/IIA
mounting hole on the camera.
Push the terminal firmly into the camera.
As you push the terminal into the camera, turn the
tightening screw until it stops rotating to attach the
transmitter securely.
Move the lever into the locked position.
The transmitter is now attached to the camera.
The transmitter will be powered by the camera.
Removal
Turn off the camera.
Push the lever down, into the release position.
Loosen the tightening screw until it spins freely.
Pull the terminal out of the camera.
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Subsequent Organization of This Manual
Click one of the following chapter titles to view the corresponding page.
1 Basic Network Settings (p.15)
2 Transferring Images to an FTP Server (p.29)
3 Remote Capture Using EOS Utility (p.43)
4 Remote Capture Using WFT Server (p.49)
5 Linked Shooting (p.61)
6 Managing Settings Information (p.65)
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7 Using External Media (p.71)
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8 Using GPS Devices (p.83)
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Basic Network Settings
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Complete the basic network settings by following transmitter connection
instructions on the camera menu screen.
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Getting Ready
[FTP trans.], [EOSUtility], [WFTserver]
The connection instructions help you follow the steps to connect the transmitter to an existing
wireless or wired LAN.
To connect to a wireless LAN, prepare the wireless LAN terminal (wireless LAN access point or
wireless LAN adapter) and computer in advance so that they are ready for you to connect the
transmitter to the wireless network. When configuring the basic network settings, bring the
transmitter within 3 m / 9.8 ft. of the wireless LAN terminal.
To connect to a wired LAN, use a LAN cable to connect the transmitter and computer. Set the
transmitter for connection to the wired network.
Wireless Transmission of Movie
Individual movie files are large, and wireless file transmission takes some time. When setting
up an environment for stable transmission to the wireless LAN terminal, refer to the information
on page 106.
[LinkedShot]
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Set up two or more EOS-1D Mark IV cameras with attached transmitters.
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Displaying the Connection Wizard
This section describes the process of following the connection instructions. If an error is
displayed, refer to “Troubleshooting” in Chapter 9 (p.91) and check the settings.
Pressing the shutter button or other camera controls during configuration by the connection
instructions will close the connection instructions. Do not press the shutter button or other
controls until configuration is finished.
On the [5] tab, set [Auto power off] to [Off]. If auto power off is activated, the connection
instructions will be closed during the configuration process.
1
Turn the camera on.
2
Display the transmitter menu.
3
Select [Connection wizard].
On the camera, press the <7> button.
On the [7] tab, select [WFT settings] and press
<0>. [WFT settings] is added to the tab after
you attach the transmitter.
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X The [Select communication method] screen is
displayed.
X The <LAN> lamp starts blinking.
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Selecting the Communication Method and LAN Type
Selecting the Communication Method
Turn the <5> dial to select the communication
method, and then press <0>.
Select [OK] and press <0> to go to the next
screen.
• FTP trans.
Choose this option to transfer captured images to an FTP server.
Images can be automatically transferred as you shoot them, or you can select images to be
transfered later.
Computer Operating Systems
Operation via [FTP trans.] requires that Windows Vista (Business, Enterprise, or Ultimate
Edition for 32- or 64-bit systems), Windows XP Professional, Windows 2000, or Mac OS X
10.4 or 10.5 be installed on your computer. In addition, the computer must be set up as an
FTP server in advance.
For instructions on setting up your computer as an FTP server, refer to the computer
documentation.
Windows Vista Home Premium and Home Basic Edition as well as Windows XP Home
Edition cannot be used because FTP server functionality is not supported.
• EOSUtility
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Choose this option for remote capture over a wireless or wired LAN using the EOS Utility
software included with your camera.
In addition to remote capture, all camera operations in EOS Utility are supported. With this
option, a wireless or wired network is used instead of the USB cable.
Requires a computer with EOS Utility (included with EOS-1D Mark IV cameras) installed.
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Selecting the Communication Method and LAN Type
• WFTserver
Choose this option for remote capture over a wireless or wired LAN with the transmitter acting
as a server.
Additionally, images on a memory card in the camera can be viewed and downloaded to a
computer.
The camera can be accessed like browsing a webpage, by users at up to three computers.
Computer Operating Systems
Any computer with a web browser can be used, regardless of the operating system.
Even devices other than computers can be used, if they feature a web browser. However, if
the web browser does not support JavaScript, WFT Server functions will be limited. Also
note that devices with limited performance may display images more slowly, and
downloading images to these devices may not be possible.
• LinkedShot
Choose this option for linked shooting with multiple EOS-1D Mark IV cameras attached with
transmitters. Up to 10 slave cameras can be linked to the master camera on which you will
release the shutter. Note that there will be a slight delay after you release the master camera
shutter before the slave cameras shoot. Movie shooting is not supported.
For further instructions on [LinkedShot], refer to page 61 of this manual.
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Selecting the Communication Method and LAN Type
Selecting the LAN Type
For [LinkedShot] instructions, refer to page 61. Note that no information about
[LinkedShot] is given in this chapter.
Turn the <5> dial to select the type of LAN, and
then press <0>.
Select [OK] and press <0> to go to the next
screen.
Wireless LAN
The [Wireless LAN setup method] screen is
displayed.
[Connect with wizard]: See p.21
[WPS (PBC mode)]: See p.23
[WPS (PIN mode)]: See p.24
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Select [WPS (PBC mode)] or [WPS (PIN mode)]
when using a wireless LAN terminal compatible with
Wi-Fi Protected Setup (WPS).
Wired LAN
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The [Network] settings screen is displayed. If you have selected a wired network, refer to page
25, “Configuring Network Settings.”
Use a Category 5 or higher STP LAN cable. (STP: Shielded Twisted Pair)
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Using the Wizard to Establish a Connection
Selecting the Wireless Network
When you select [Connect with wizard], active wireless LAN terminals in your area are listed,
accompanied by information about them. Select the SSID (or ESS-ID) of your desired wireless
LAN terminal.
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2 3
4
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Select [Connect with wizard].
2
Select the wireless LAN terminal.
Turn the <5> dial to select [Connect with
wizard], and then press <0>.
To select the wireless LAN terminal, press <0>.
Turn the <5> dial to select the wireless LAN
terminal, and then press <0>.
Select [OK] and press <0> to go to the next
screen.
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1 Indicates whether the device is in infrastructure or ad hoc mode
2 An icon is displayed if the wireless LAN terminal is encrypting communication
3 Indicates the first 9 characters of the SSID
4 Indicates the channel used
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Encryption by Wireless LAN Terminals
If the wireless LAN terminal is encrypting communication, select the corresponding method in
[Authentication] and [Encryption].
[Authentication]: Open system, Shared key, WPA-PSK, or WPA2-PSK
[Encryption]: WEP, TKIP, or AES
[Enter connection] and [Search again]
To configure settings for the wireless LAN terminal manually, select [Enter connection] and
press <0>. Complete the settings for the items displayed, one after another.
To search for wireless LAN terminals again, select [Search again] and press <0>.
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Using the Wizard to Establish a Connection
Entering the Wireless LAN Encryption Key
Next, enter the encryption key of the wireless LAN terminal. For details on the encryption key,
refer to the device’s instruction manual.
Note that the screens displayed in steps 1 to 3 below vary depending on the authentication and
encryption of the wireless LAN terminal.
1
The [Key index] screen is displayed only if WEP
encryption is used by the wireless LAN terminal.
Turn the <5> dial to select the key index number
specified as the access point, and then press
<0>.
Select [OK] and press <0> to go to the next
screen.
2
Turn the <5> dial to select the key format, and
then press <0>.
Select [OK] and press <0> to go to the next
screen.
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Enter the encryption key.
To switch between input areas, press the <H>
button.
To move the cursor, turn the <5> dial.
In the bottom input area, turn the <5> dial and
press <0> to enter the encryption key.
If you make a mistake, press the <L> button to
erase it.
When you press the <7> button to complete
the connection with the wireless LAN terminal, the
[Network] screen (p.25) is displayed.
To return to the previous screen, press the
<6> button. The entry is erased.
WPS Connections (PBC Mode)
This is a connection mode when using a wireless LAN terminal compatible with Wi-Fi Protected
Setup (WPS). Pushbutton Connection mode (PBC mode) makes it easy to establish a
connection between the camera and the wireless LAN terminal by pressing the WPS button on
the wireless LAN terminal.
Note that if multiple wireless LAN terminals are active in your area, it may be harder to establish
a connection. In this case, try using [WPS (PIN mode)] to establish a connection.
Confirm the position of the WPS button on the wireless LAN terminal in advance.
It may take about one minute to establish connection.
Connection may not be possible if stealth functions are enabled on the wireless LAN
terminal. Deactivate stealth functions.
1
Select [WPS (PBC mode)].
2
Establish a connection with the
wireless LAN terminal.
Turn the <5> dial to select [WPS (PBC mode)],
and then press <0>.
Select [OK] and press <0> to go to the next
screen.
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Press the WPS button on the wireless LAN
terminal. For details about where the button is
located and how long to press it, refer to the
instruction manual of the wireless LAN terminal.
Select [OK] and press <0> to establish a
connection with the wireless LAN terminal.
When the connection with the wireless LAN
terminal is established, the [Network] screen
(p.25) is displayed.
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WPS Connections (PIN Mode)
This is a connection mode when using a wireless LAN terminal compatible with Wi-Fi Protected
Setup (WPS). In PIN code connection mode (PIN mode), an 8-digit identification number
specified on the camera is set on the wireless LAN terminal to establish a connection.
Even if there are multiple wireless LAN terminals active in your area, this is a relatively reliable
method of establishing a connection using a shared identification number.
It may take about one minute to establish connection.
Connection may not be possible if stealth functions are enabled on the wireless LAN
terminal. Deactivate stealth functions.
1
Select [WPS (PIN mode)].
2
Specify the PIN code on the wireless
LAN terminal.
Turn the <5> dial to select [WPS (PIN mode)],
and then press <0>.
Select [OK] and press <0> to go to the next
screen.
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On the wireless LAN terminal, specify the 8-digit
PIN code shown on camera LCD monitor.
For instructions on setting PIN codes on the
wireless LAN terminal, refer to the instruction
manual of the wireless LAN terminal.
Select [OK] and press <0> to display the
confirmation screen.
Establish a connection with the
wireless LAN terminal.
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Select [OK] and press <0> to establish a
connection with the wireless LAN terminal.
When the connection with the wireless LAN
terminal is established, the [Network] screen
(p.25) is displayed.
Configuring Network Settings
Turn the <5> dial to select how to configure the
network settings, and then press <0>.
Select [OK] and press <0> to go to the next
screen.
[Auto setting]
Settings otherwise configured with [Manual setting] can be configured automatically.
However, the IP address and similar settings must be automatically assigned and
configured in environments using DHCP servers or wireless LAN terminals or routers
supporting DHCP server functions.
If an error is displayed, select [Manual setting] regardless of whether the IP address and
similar settings are automatically assigned and configured.
[Manual setting]
The [IP address set.] screen is displayed after you select
[Manual setting]. If [Auto setting] results in an error, enter
the IP address manually. As the IP address, enter the IP
address assigned to the camera.
Enter the [IP address], [Subnet mask], [Gateway], and
[DNS address] on each screen as they are displayed.
If you are not sure what to enter, refer to page 107, “Checking
Network Settings,” or ask the network administrator or
another person knowledgeable about the network.
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When entering numbers for the IP address, subnet mask,
and so on, press <0> to move the input position and turn
the <5> dial to enter the number.
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Configuring Network Settings
Completing Settings for the Communication Method
The following instructions are for settings screens that vary depending on the communication
method (FTP Transfer, EOS Utility, or WFT Server), as shown below. Read the page that
introduces the selected communication method.
FTP trans.
Chapter 2 (p.29)
EOSUtility
Chapter 3 (p.43)
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Windows Vista Users
Before performing the operations from page 43, perform the operations below. If these operations are
not performed, the WFT Pairing Software described on page 44 may not start.
Open the [C Drive] [Program Files] [Canon] [EOS Utility] [WFTPairing] folder (in this
order), and then double-click the [WFT FirewallSettings] icon.
After performing this operation, perform the operation on page 43.
WFTserver
Chapter 4 (p.49)
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Configuring Network Settings
Virtual Keyboard Operation
The virtual keyboard is displayed during entry of the encryption key, server name, and other
information.
Switching to other input areas
To switch between input areas, press the <H>
button.
Moving the cursor
To move the cursor, turn the <5> dial.
You can also move the cursor using <9>.
Entering text
In the bottom input area, turn the <5> dial to move
the cursor and press <0> to enter text.
You can also move the cursor using <9>.
Deleting text
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If you make a mistake, press the <L> button to erase
it.
Confirming entries
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Press the <7> button to confirm what you have
entered and go to the next screen.
Canceling entries
Press the <6> button to erase the entry and
return to the previous screen.
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Transferring Images
to an FTP Server
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With FTP transfer, you can automatically transfer each image to the FTP
server as you shoot or transfer a set of shots together.
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Configuring FTP Communication Settings
These instructions are continued from Chapter 1.
1
Turn the <5> dial to select [Address setting],
and then press <0>.
2
If you have set the DNS server setting to
[Disable], the screen at left is displayed.
Press <0> to select the input position, and then
turn the <5> dial to enter the IP address of the
FTP server.
If you have set the DNS server IP address setting
to [Auto assign] or [Manual setting], the screen
at left is displayed.
For instructions on screen operations, refer to
“Virtual Keyboard Operation” (p.27).
Enter the FTP server’s server name or IP address.
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In [Port number setting], enter 00021, in most
cases.
Turn the <5> dial to select [OK], and then press
<0> to go to the next screen.
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Complete the [Passive mode] settings.
If an Error 41 (“Cannot connect to FTP server”) is
displayed in step 8, setting [Passive mode] to
[Enable] may resolve it.
5
Complete the [Proxy server] settings.
Turn the <5> dial to select [OK], and then press
<0> to go to the next screen.
Configuring FTP Communication Settings
6
Complete the [Login method] settings.
Turn the <5> dial to select [OK], and then press
<0> to go to the next screen.
7
Complete the [Target folder] settings.
Select [Root folder] to have images saved in the
root folder as specified in FTP server settings.
(p.41)
Select [Select folder] to specify a subfolder in the
root folder. If no folder exists, a folder will be
created automatically.
Turn the <5> dial to select [OK], and then press
<0> to connect to the FTP server.
8
On the confirmation screen displayed next, select
[OK] and press <0>.
X The <LAN> lamp is lit in green.
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9
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Press <0>. Turn the <5> dial to select the set
number, and then press <0>.
Turn the <5> dial to select [OK], and then press
<0>. After the connection wizard is closed, the
display reverts to the menu screen.
Settings information is stored on the camera. It is
not stored on the transmitter.
The network settings for FTP transfer are now complete.
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Automatic Image Transfer After Each Shot
An image can be automatically transferred to the FTP server immediately after shooting. You
can also continue shooting even while images are being transferred.
Before shooting, be sure to insert a memory card in the camera or connect external media
(p.71). If you shoot without recording images, they cannot be transferred.
Note that automatic transfer of movie is not supported. Transfer the movie after shooting, as
described on pages 35-39.
1
In [WFT settings], select [Set up].
2
Select [Automatic transfer].
3
Take the picture.
Select [Enable].
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Y
P
O
X The captured image is transferred to the FTP
server.
During image transfer, the <LAN> lamp blinks.
During continuous shooting, images are transferred to the FTP server in the order they are
captured.
The captured images are also stored on the memory card.
Any images for which transfer fails or is interrupted can transferred later together.
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Automatic Image Transfer After Each Shot
Selecting Particular Sizes or Types of Images to Transfer
In automatic transfer during shooting, you can choose which images to transfer if different sizes
of images are recorded to the memory card and external media, or during RAW+JPEG
shooting.
1
In [WFT settings], select [Set up].
2
Select [Transfer type/size].
3
Select the size and type of images to
transfer.
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If the camera is set up to record larger JPEGs on a CF card and smaller JPEGs on an SD
card and you want to transfer the smaller JPEGs, set [Larger/smaller JPEG] to [Smaller
JPEG].
If the camera is set up to record RAW images on a CF card and JPEGs on an SD card,
specify which images to transfer in the [RAW+JPEG transfer] setting. Similarly, complete
the same setting if RAW+JPEG images are recorded simultaneously on a single memory
card.
If images of the same size are recorded on a CF card, SD card, and external media at the
same time, images recorded on the CF card are transferred, regardless of the image quality
(compression).
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Transferring Images Individually
Simply select an image and press <0> to transfer it. You can also add a caption before
transferring images. You can also continue shooting even while images are being transferred.
Transferring the Current Image
1
In [WFT settings], select [Set up].
2
Select [Transfer with SET].
3
Select the image.
Select [Enable].
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On the camera body, press the <x> button.
Select the image to transfer, and then press <0>
to transfer the image.
Movie cannot be transferred this way.
Selecting movie and pressing <0> will
display the movie playback panel.
Transferring Images Individually
Adding a Caption Before Transfer
You can add a registered caption to each image before transfer. This is effective if you want to
inform the recipient the printing quantity, for example. The caption is also added to images
stored on the camera.
For instructions on creating and registering captions, refer to page 110.
You can check for captions added to images by examining the Exif information, in the user
comments.
1
2
Take the picture.
In [WFT settings], select [Transfer with
caption].
X The last captured image is displayed.
3C
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It is not possible to select other images on the
[Transfer with caption] screen. To select another
image for transfer with a caption, view that image
before following these steps.
Select a caption.
4
Turn the <5> dial to select the [Caption] frame,
and then press <0>.
Turn the <5> dial to select the content of the
caption, and then press <0>.
Transfer the image.
Turn the <5> dial to select [Transfer], and then
press <0>.
If you add captions to images that include original decision data, these images are no longer judged to
be original images.
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Batch Transfer
After shooting, you can select multiple images as desired and transfer them all at once. You
can also transfer unsent images or images that could not be sent previously.
If both a CF card and SD card are used at the same time, or if external media is connected,
images are transferred from the source specified on the menu [5] tab, in [Record
func+media/folder sel.] [Record/play].
You can also continue shooting even while images are being transferred.
Selecting Images to Transfer
1
In [WFT settings], select [Image sel./
transfer].
2
Select [Sel.Image].
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3
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X An image is displayed.
Select images to transfer.
Press <0>. Turn the <5> dial to display <X> in
the upper left corner of the image to transfer.
Press <0> to confirm your selection.
You can select up to 9,999 images.
Press the <y> button to display three images per
screen. Press the <u> button to display one
image per screen again.
After selecting images to transfer, press the
<7> button.
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Batch Transfer
4
Transfer the images.
Select [Transfer].
Select [OK] on the confirmation screen displayed
next.
X A transfer progress screen is displayed.
During image transfer, the <LAN> lamp blinks.
Menu Operation During Image Transfer
You can use the menu even during image transfer. However, to prevent transfer problems,
some menu items are unavailable during transfer, including [WFT settings], [Protect images],
[Erase images], [Format], and [Record func+media/folder sel.].
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Batch Transfer
Batch Transfer of Images in a Folder
1
In [WFT settings], select [Image sel./
transfer].
2
Select [Sel.n].
3
Select [Folder images not transfer’d].
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To transfer images that could not previously be
transferred, select [Folder images failed transf.].
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4
Select a folder.
5
Transfer the images.
Select [Transfer].
Select [OK] on the confirmation screen displayed
next.
X A transfer progress screen is displayed.
During image transfer, the <LAN> lamp blinks.
Selecting [Clear folder transf. history] will set the transfer history of images in the selected folder to
“unsent.” This enables you to resend all the images in the folder later by selecting [Folder images not
transfer’d].
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Batch Transfer
Batch Transfer of Images on memory Cards
1
In [WFT settings], select [Image sel./
transfer].
2
Select [All image].
3
Select [Card images not transferred].
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To transfer images that could not previously be
transferred, select [Card images failed transfer].
Transfer the images.
Select [Transfer].
Select [OK] on the confirmation screen displayed
next.
X A transfer progress screen is displayed.
During image transfer, the <LAN> lamp blinks.
Selecting [Clear card’s transf. history] will set the transfer history of images on the memory card to
“unsent.” This enables you to resend all the images on the card later by selecting [Card images not
transferred].
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Checking Image Transfer History
Checking the Transfer History of Individual Images
To check the transfer history, in [Image sel./transfer], select [Sel.Image].
Image not selected for transfer (no icon)
Image selected for transfer
Image could not be transferred
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O
Image transferred
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Checking the Transfer History of Folders or Memory Cards
On the [Image sel./transfer] screen, you can check
the number of images for transfer as well as the
transfer history of images in the selected folder or
memory card. Specifically, you can check the number
of images classified as [Images failed trans.] and
[Images transferred].
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Viewing Transferred Images
Images transferred to the FTP server are stored in the following folder as specified in the FTP
server settings.
Windows
Under the default settings of the FTP server, images are stored in [C drive] [Inetpub]
folder [ftproot] folder, or in a subfolder of this folder.
If the root folder of the transfer destination has been changed in the FTP server settings, ask
the FTP server administrator where images are transferred.
Macintosh
Open the [Macintosh HD] [Users] folder. The folder where images are stored is located
in the folder of the user currently logged on, or in a subfolder there.
Folders for Image Storage
Under the default transmitter settings, transferred images will be stored in the root folder
specified in the FTP server settings, in a folder structure such as A/DCIM/100EOS1D which is
automatically created.
Additionally, if you have selected a CF card as the media for recording and playback, a folder
structure such as “A/DCIM/100EOS1D” is automatically created for image storage. For an SD
card, “B/DCIM/100EOS1D” is created, and for external media, “C/DCIM/100EOS1D” is
created. (CF card images are assigned to the A folder, SD card images to the B folder, and
external media images to the C folder.)
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Remote Capture
Using EOS Utility
Y
P
O
You can use EOS Utility to shoot remotely over a wireless or wired LAN.
In addition to remote capture, all camera operations in EOS Utility are
supported because a wireless or wired network is used with this option
instead of the USB cable.
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Configuring EOS Utility Communication Settings
These instructions are continued from Chapter 1.
With EOS Utility, you can use the included WFT Pairing Software to establish a connection
between the transmitter and a computer.
WFT Pairing Software is installed automatically during easy installation of the software
provided with the camera. If it is not installed, install it on the computer for communication with
the transmitter before this procedure.
The configuration procedure is as follows, using Windows XP as an example.
First, the pairing screen is displayed.
Turn the <5> dial to select [OK]. When you press
<0>, the following message is displayed. Here,
****** represents the last six digits of the MAC
address of the WFT-E2 II for the connection.
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2
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Start the pairing software.
Normally, it is installed in the same location as
EOS Utility.
X After the pairing software starts up, an icon is
displayed in the task bar.
X When the camera is detected, a message is
displayed.
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Configuring EOS Utility Communication Settings
3
Double-click the pairing software icon.
X Detected cameras are listed. Cameras that have
already been connected are not included in the
list.
Click [Connect].
If multiple cameras are displayed, identify the
camera to connect to by its [MAC address] or [IP
address].
You can check the [MAC address] and [IP
address] by accessing [Confirm settings] in the
menu (p.66).
Y
4 OP
C
When the camera detects the computer on which
you clicked [Connect] in step 3, the message at
left is displayed.
Turn the <5> dial to select [OK], and then press
<0>.
5
Press <0>. Turn the <5> dial to select the set
number, and then press <0>.
After you turn the <5> dial to select [OK] and
press <0>, the connection wizard is closed and
EOS Utility starts up.
X The <LAN> lamp on the transmitter is lit in green.
Settings information is stored on the camera. It is
not stored on the transmitter.
The EOS Utility network settings are now complete.
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Configuring EOS Utility Communication Settings
There is no need to complete pairing again if you will continue using a particular camera,
transmitter, and computer together after pairing without changing the settings.
Before your next PTP session, simply turn on the camera to which the transmitter is
attached and start the pairing software. The connection between the camera and computer
will be established automatically.
You can add the pairing software to the software launched at startup of your computer. In
EOS Utility on the [Preferences] [Basic Settings] tab, select [… Add WFT Pairing
Software to the Startup folder].
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Using EOS Utility
For EOS Utility instructions, refer to the Software Instruction Manual (PDF). You can take full
advantage of EOS Utility via the transmitter just as via a USB connection, without restrictions.
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Y
P
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In Remote Live View shooting, the rate of image transmission is slower than via USB. The motion of
moving subjects cannot be displayed smoothly.
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Remote Capture
Using WFT Server
Y
P
O
Using a web browser, you can view images on a memory card in the camera
and download them to a computer.
Additionally, you can shoot remotely over a wireless or wired LAN. Note that
bulb and movie shooting are not supported.
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Configuring WFT Server Communication Settings
These instructions are continued from Chapter 1.
Press <0>. Turn the <5> dial to select the set
number, and then press <0>.
Press <0> again. After the connection wizard is
closed, the display reverts to the menu screen.
X The <LAN> lamp on the transmitter is lit in green.
Settings information is stored on the camera. It is
not stored on the transmitter.
Setting up an Account
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Enter a logon name and password for accessing the camera from a computer. The logon name
and password you specify here are used on the computer when connecting to the camera.
1
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2
50
Turn the <5> dial to select [Set up], and then
press <0>.
Turn the <5> dial to select [WFT server
settings], and then press <0>.
Configuring WFT Server Communication Settings
3
Turn the <5> dial to select [WFT account], and
then press <0>.
When changing the port number, turn the <5>
dial to select [Port number] and press <0>. Note
that there is normally no need to change the port
number (80).
4
Select a user number.
With WFT Server, you can connect the camera to
up to three computers. Here, select a user number
to prevent conflicts when users at other computers
are connected to the transmitter simultaneously.
Turn the <5> dial to select [User *], and then
press <0>.
5
After you select [Login name] and [Password],
the following input screen is displayed.
For instructions on input screen operations, refer
to “Virtual Keyboard Operation” (p.27).
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The WFT Server network settings are now complete.
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Displaying WFT Server
In the web browser, display WFT Server, a screen for transmitter operations. Make sure you
have already established a connection between the camera and computer.
1
2
3
Start the web browser.
First, start Internet Explorer or another web
browser.
Enter the URL.
In the address field, enter the IP address assigned
to the camera.
Press the <Enter> key.
Complete the [Login name] and
[Password] settings.
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4
JavaScript supported
Enter the login name and password as specified in
the procedure on page 51. Click [OK] to display
the WFT Server screen.
Web browsers that support JavaScript now display
the screen on the left below step 4.
Otherwise, a message is displayed if JavaScript is
not supported. Choosing not to use JavaScript will
display the screen on the right below step 4, with
limited functions.
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Select the language.
Select a language at the bottom of the screen.
JavaScript not supported
If you don’t know the URL (IP address)
You can check the URL (IP address) by accessing [Confirm settings] in the menu (p.66).
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Viewing Images
Browse images on the camera’s memory card as follows.
1
Click [Viewer].
2
Select the memory card.
X The image viewing screen is displayed.
Click [CF], [SD], or the external media.
Click the [DCIM] folder and select the folder
containing the images.
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Select an image.
To view another image, click the <
>
buttons or jump to other pages.
In JavaScript-compatible web browsers, you can
specify how many thumbnails are shown per
screen by clicking the pull-down list in the upperright corner of the screen.
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Viewing Images
4
Download images to the computer.
Click a thumbnail.
X The image is displayed at a larger size.
To download the image to your computer, click
<
>.
Click [Return] to return to the image viewing
screen.
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Although actual RAW images and movies are not displayed here, they can be downloaded to
the computer the same way as JPEGs.
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Remote Capture [Camera control]
First, prepare the camera for Live View shooting. Note that remote capture of movies is
not supported.
For web browsers that do not support JavaScript, refer to page 59, “Remote Capture.”
1
Click [Camera control].
X The advanced capture screen is displayed.
①② ③ ④
⑱
⑤⑥
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⑫
⑬
⑭
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⑯
⑦
⑧
⑨
⑩
⑪
⑮
⑰
①
Battery check
⑪
Quality
②
Drive mode
⑫
Shooting mode
③
Possible shots
⑬
White balance
④
AF mode
⑭
Metering mode
⑤
Release button
⑮
Menu
⑥
AF/MF switch
⑯
Live View shooting button
⑦
Shutter speed
⑰
Manual focus button
⑧
Aperture
⑱
Live View image screen
⑨
ISO speed
⑩
Exposure compensation
* Shaded items cannot be configured via WFT Server. ② and ④ are configured on the camera itself.
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Remote Capture [Camera control]
2
Set the lens focus mode switch to
<f>.
3
Display Live View image.
4
Manually adjust the focus.
⑯
Under these conditions, click the release button
(⑤). When you let go of the mouse button, the
camera autofocuses and shoots. (See step 5.)
With One-Shot AF, the camera does not shoot
unless focus is achieved. Try following the next
steps to display Live View image and shoot after
manually focusing.
Click the Live View shooting button (⑯).
X The AF/MF switch (⑥) is set to <g>, and Live
View image is displayed.
If Live View image is not displayed, enable Live
View shooting in the menu (⑮).
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Click the buttons <
>, <
>, <
>, <
>,
<
>, and <
> to adjust the focus. Note that
autofocus is not supported during Live View image
display.
To focus more closely, click <
>, <
>, or
<
>. To focus farther away, click <
>,
<
>, or <
>.
Three levels of focus adjustment are available.
<
><
> : Largest increment
<
><
> : Intermediate increment
<
><
> : Smallest increment
Remote Capture [Camera control]
5
Configure the shooting settings.
6
Take the picture.
Click setting items (such as quality) to view the
setting details, which you can configure.
Complete the settings as needed.
Click the release button (⑤). When you let go of
the mouse button, the camera shoots.
X The captured image is now displayed.
Captured images are stored on the memory card.
To download images to your computer, refer to
page 53, and use the [Viewer] function.
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The Live View image may freeze when shooting if the camera is accessed by multiple computers.
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Remote Capture [Simple control]
First, prepare the camera for Live View shooting. Note that remote capture of movies is
not supported.
For web browsers that do not support JavaScript, refer to page 59, “Remote Capture.”
1
Click [Simple control].
X The basic capture screen is displayed, and Live
View image is displayed.
Live View image screen
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Manual focus button
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Release button
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<
<
><
><
><
><
>: Focuses more closely
>: Focuses farther away
Levels of focus adjustment
<
<
<
><
><
><
>
>
> : Largest increment
: Intermediate increment
: Smallest increment
2
Manually adjust the focus.
3
Take the picture.
Set the lens focus mode switch to <f>.
Click the buttons <
>, <
>, <
>, <
<
>, and <
> to adjust the focus.
>,
Click the release button. When you let go of the
mouse button, the camera shoots.
X The captured image is now displayed.
Captured images are stored on the memory card.
To download images to your computer, refer to
page 53, and use the [Viewer] function.
Remote Capture
The following instructions are for remote capture with web browsers that do not support
JavaScript.
First, prepare the camera for Live View shooting. Note that remote capture of movies is
not supported.
Screen
Release button
1
Click [Capture].
2
Take the picture.
X The capture screen is displayed.
Live View image is not displayed.
Set the lens focus mode switch to <g>. Adjust
the focus on the camera.
Click the release button. When you let go of the
mouse button, the camera shoots.
X The captured image is now displayed.
Captured images are stored on the memory card.
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3
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Download images to the computer.
Click the image.
X The image is displayed at a larger size.
To download the image to your computer, click
<
>.
Click [Return] to return to the capture screen.
Although actual RAW images are not displayed here, they can be downloaded to the computer
the same way as JPEGs.
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Linked Shooting
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P
O
With linked shooting, up to 10 slave cameras can be linked in a wireless
network (via IEEE 802.11g in ad hoc mode) to the master camera on which
you will release the shutter. Any cameras compatible with linked shooting,
when they have WFT series transmitters attached, can be used as slave
cameras, regardless of model.
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Note that there will be a slight delay after you release the master camera
shutter before the slave cameras shoot. Movie shooting is not supported.
Slave camera
Master camera
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Setting Up Linked Shooting
First, establish a connection from the slave cameras to the master camera. Because linked
shooting utilizes a wireless connection via IEEE 802.11g in ad hoc mode, it is not available over
wired LANs.
1
Display the transmitter menu.
2
Select [Connection wizard].
3
Select [LinkedShot].
On the camera, press the <7> button.
On the [7] tab, select [WFT settings] and press
<0>. [WFT settings] is added to the tab after
you attach the transmitter.
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Set up the slave cameras.
Select [Slave].
X The slave cameras are now ready, with the
following screen displayed.
When using multiple slave cameras, set up all
slave cameras to slave state.
Once the settings are complete, slaves cannot be
added or removed. You must repeat the setup
process from step 1.
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Setting Up Linked Shooting
5
Set up the master camera.
6
At this point, switch to setting up the
slave cameras.
7
Check the number of slave cameras.
Configure the settings on the master camera
following steps 1-3 on the previous page, and then
select [Master].
X The following screen is displayed.
On the slave cameras, select [OK].
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X On the master camera LCD monitor, the number of
slave cameras detected is displayed.
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8
Establish the connection.
On the master camera and all slave cameras,
select [OK].
X A screen is displayed as the connection is tested.
The information you specified is stored on the
cameras. It is not stored on the transmitters.
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Arranging the Slave Cameras
Slave camera
Slave camera
Slave camera
Slave camera
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Master camera
Arrange the slave cameras in clear view of the master camera, without objects between
them.
You can arrange master camera in an overall circumference of up to approximately 100 m /
328 ft. However, the distance supported for linked shooting may be shorter depending on
the wireless communication conditions, which are affected by how the cameras are
arranged, the environment of use, and weather conditions.
Pressing the shutter button halfway on the master camera puts slave cameras in the same
state, as if the shutter buttons were pressed halfway. Similarly, fully pressing the shutter
button on the master camera has the same effect on slave cameras, which respond as if the
shutter buttons were fully pressed.
There will be a slight delay after you release the master camera shutter until the slave
camera shutters are released. (Simultaneous capture is not possible.)
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When the master or slave camera’s [8C.Fn III-17: Mirror lockup] is set to [1: Enable] or
[2: Enable: Down with SET (button)], linked shooting is not possible.
During linked shooting, when you press the AE lock or depth-of-field preview button, the camera
focuses and meters as if you had pressed the shutter button halfway.
Once you have established a connection between the master camera and slave cameras, the
settings are retained even after you replace the batteries.
If you will no longer use a slave camera in linked shooting, set [Communication mode] to
[Disconnect] on that slave camera.
Any cameras compatible with linked shooting, when they have WFT series transmitters attached,
can be used as slave cameras, regardless of model.
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Managing
Settings Information
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Checking Settings
Check the network settings as follows.
1
In [WFT settings], select [Set up].
2
Select [Confirm settings].
X The settings are displayed.
Example of FTP transfer and wired LAN settings
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Example of FTP transfer and wireless LAN settings
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Changing Settings
Settings originally completed using the connection wizard can be changed as follows. You can
also change IP security settings (IPsec) not completed using the connection wizard, as well as
other settings, such as the setting that determines what happens if an image of the same file
name as an existing file is sent to the FTP server. (p.68)
1
In [WFT settings], select [Set up].
2
Select [LAN settings].
3
Select the settings number.
4
Select [Change].
5
Select the item to change.
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Here, select the settings number that identifies the
LAN settings.
After selecting [Change settings name], you can
rename the settings.
Select the desired item from [LAN type], [TCP/IP],
[FTP server], or [Wireless LAN] and change the
setting.
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Changing Settings
IP Security (IPsec)
Configured in [TCP/IP] [Security].
IPsec is a set of standards for encrypted communication over the Internet. It provides effective
security for both wireless and wired LANs. To use this function, you must enable IPsec in the
network settings of your computer. When IPsec is employed, only transport mode is supported,
and DES encryption and SHA1 authentication are used. Note that the IP address of the
computer for communication with the transmitter must be entered in [Destination address] on
the settings screen.
Directory Structure of the Target Folder
Configured in [FTP server] [Directory structure].
Selecting [Camera] automatically creates a folder structure matching that of the camera’s (such
as A/DCIM/100EOS1D) in the server’s root folder for image storage. If you have created a
subfolder in the root folder by changing the [Target folder] setting, a folder structure such as A/
DCIM/100EOS1D is automatically created in that folder for image storage.
Selecting [Default] will use the root folder for image storage. If you have created a subfolder in
the root folder by changing the [Target folder] setting, images are saved in that folder.
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Overwriting Files of the Same Name
Configured in [FTP server] [Overwrite same file].
When the transmitter is configured to prevent overwriting
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If there is already a file of the same name in the target folder on the FTP server, the new file is
saved with an extension consisting of an underline and a number, as in IMG_0003_1.JPG.
When you resend images if initial transfer fails
Even if the transmitter is configured to overwrite files of the same name, if you resend an image
file that could not be transferred initially, the existing file may not be overwritten in some cases.
If this happens, the new file is saved with an extension consisting of an underline, a letter, and
a number, as in IMG_0003_a1.JPG.
Passive Mode
Configured in [FTP server] [Passive mode].
Enable this setting in network environments protected by a firewall. If an Error 41 occurs
(“Cannot connect to FTP server”), setting passive mode to [Enable] may enable access to the
FTP server.
Preventing Changes to Settings
To prevent accidental changes to LAN settings, set [Protect
settings] to [On].
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Saving and Loading Settings
Network settings can be saved on a memory card for use with other cameras.
Saving Settings
1
In [WFT settings], select [Set up].
2
Select [LAN settings].
3
Select the settings number.
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Here, select the settings number that identifies the
LAN settings.
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4
Select [Change].
5
Select [Save settings].
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Saving and Loading Settings
6
Select [Save].
X The settings are now saved as a file on the
memory card.
The settings are saved as a file (WFTNPF**.NIF)
in the area of the memory card shown when the
card is opened (in the root directory).
The file name is determined automatically by the
camera: WFTNPF, followed by a number (01 to
99) and the extension NIF. You can rename the file
as desired by selecting [Change file name].
Loading Settings
Load settings files stored on a memory card as follows. Also use this procedure when loading
settings files created on a computer.
Make sure the settings file is saved in the folder shown when the memory card is opened (that
is, the root directory).
1
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Select [Load settings].
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Select the settings file.
X Select a settings file that matches your network
environment.
3
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Load the settings file.
X Information from the settings file is loaded into the
selected settings number.
Using External Media
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Commercially available external media, connected via USB, can be used
the same way as CF and SD cards. You can also back up images from CF
and SD cards onto external media.
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Note that external media must meet the following requirements.
Use media conforming to the USB Mass Storage Class Specification.
If an external hard disk drive is used, use a self-powered drive. Buspowered drives do not work in some situations.
The main image storage area must be formatted with a FAT16 or
FAT32 file system.
Use media with a main image storage area of less than 1 TB
(terabyte), with 512 bytes per sector.
Do not use external media equipped with a card slot.
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Connecting External Media
Before connecting external media to the transmitter, switch the camera’s power switch to
<OFF>. Also turn off external media that has its own power supply.
When connecting external media, be sure to use the USB cable provided with the camera.
The transmitter USB port is not hot-pluggable. USB cables cannot be connected or
disconnected at any time. Follow the instructions in this section when connecting or
disconnecting USB cables.
1
Plug the external media into the USB
port.
2
In [WFT settings], select [USB device
connec.].
Open the port cover and connect the external
media.
Do not connect external media via a USB hub.
If the external media is self-powered, turn it on
after connecting it.
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If you will not use a wireless or wired LAN at the
same time as the external media, set
[Communication mode] to [Disconnect].
3
Select [Storage].
4
Select [Connect].
Connecting External Media
5
Select [OK].
Camera operations such as shooting, menu
display, or image playback are not possible
until the connection is established.
When the transmitter is connected to the external
media, the transmitter’s <USB> lamp is lit in green
and a message is displayed indicating that a
connection has been established.
When the confirmation message is displayed,
select [OK].
X At this point, the menu option [Disconnect]
becomes available. Select this option before
disconnecting the external media.
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X After you exit the menu, the rear LCD panel
indicates that external media is connected.
External media cannot be formatted using the camera. Format it with a FAT16 or FAT32 file system
using the computer.
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Connecting External Media
Unplugging External Media from the USB Port
Before unplugging external media from the USB port, always select [Disconnect] as shown in
step 5. Follow the instructions displayed to terminate the connection.
The connection will not be terminated if you simply turn off the camera and external media. If
you unplug external media while the connection is still active, plug the external media into the
USB port again and follow the preceding steps to terminate the connection.
Power Supply to External Media
External media is powered via the transmitter’s USB port as needed. However, external hard
disk drives may not work after connection in some cases.
Power Management
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If you will not use a wireless or wired LAN at the
same time as the external media, set
[Communication mode] to [Disconnect]. The
camera battery drains faster under settings other
than [Disconnect] because power saving is
disabled.
Setting [Power saving] to [Enable] enables the
power supply to external media to be stopped
automatically, conserving the camera battery.
Power is supplied again automatically during
shooting, when captured images are stored.
Before shooting movie, set [Power saving] to [Disable] and make sure the transmitter’s <USB> lamp
is lit in green. If you start shooting movie when the <USB> lamp is out or blinking, the movie may not be
recorded to external media.
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Choosing Recording Media When Shooting
Images can be stored on external media connected via USB just as on CF and SD cards.
You can also configure [Record func.], [Record/play], and [Folder] settings (described below)
to use the external media. For details, refer to the Camera Instruction Manual (page 56).
When recording movies to a hard disk, use a hard disk with fast write speeds.
On the [5] tab, select [Record
func+media/folder sel.].
X The icon for external media is displayed next to
icons for the CF and SD cards.
Complete the following settings, as needed. For
details on using [Record/play] with external
media, refer to the next page.
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Although the <USB> lamp will blink in green briefly if the camera is restarted or recovering from auto
power off, shooting is still possible. Any images captured at this time are stored temporarily in the
camera's internal memory and then recorded on external media when the <USB> lamp remains lit in
green.
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Choosing Recording Media When Shooting
[Record/play] Setting
When you select external media in [Record/play], the [Select location for DCIM folder]
screen is displayed. The DCIM folder contains the EOS1D folder, where images are stored.
To create the DCIM folder in the first folder
displayed when the external media is opened (that
is, the root directory), select the default setting of [/].
To create another parent folder for the DCIM
folder, select [Create folder]. A screen is
displayed for entering the folder name.
By default, the folder name comprises the current
date (last two digits of the year, in addition to the
month and day) and numbers representing the
order the folder was created, in a range of 01 to
99.
Always use 8 characters for the folder name.
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For instructions on entering the folder name, refer to
“Virtual Keyboard Operation” (p.27).
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Copying Images
Images can be copied to external media connected via USB just as to CF and SD cards.
1
On the [5] tab, select [Record
func+media/folder sel.].
2
Select the source media in [Record/
play].
3
On the [3] tab, select [Image copy].
X The icon for external media is displayed next to
icons for the CF and SD cards.
After selection, press the <7> button to return
to the menu screen.
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For subsequent instructions, refer to the Camera
Instruction Manual (page 176). Operations are the
same as when using a CF or SD card, except that
the external media icon <u> is displayed.
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Backing Up on External Media
Images stored on CF or SD cards can be backed up on external media.
Initially, captured images are stored in the DCIM folder on CF or SD cards. Selecting [External
media backup] backs up this DCIM folder to external media.
1
On the [3] tab, select [External media
backup].
2
Check the free space on the media.
3
Select the method of backup.
Make sure more space is available on the external
media than the amount used on the memory card.
If less free space is available on the external
media, backup is not possible.
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Select [Quick backup] or [Backup].
You can also backup the MISC folder, where printing and transfer instructions are stored.
External media cannot be backed up onto memory cards.
If the backup destination already has a folder of the same number containing images of the same
number, [Skip image and continue], [Replace existing image], and [Cancel backup] are
displayed. Select the backup method and press <0>.
• [Skip image and continue]: All images are backed up except for images of the same number as
existing images
• [Replace existing image]: All images are backed up, including images of the same number as
existing images
Shooting is not possible during backup. Press [Cancel] before shooting.
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Backing Up on External Media
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Quick Backup
A simple method of backup is available, as follows.
1
Select [Quick backup].
2
Select the source memory card.
3
Select [Start].
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Select [OK].
X The backup process now begins.
When the message indicating completion is
displayed, select [OK].
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Backing Up on External Media
Where the DCIM Folder is Stored
The DCIM folder is stored in a directory indicated
by a file path such as [u/09103102/].
The target folder name comprises the current date
(last two digits of the year, in addition to the month
and day) and numbers representing the order the
folder was created, in a range of 01 to 99.
In the example shown at left, the folder displayed
when the external media is opened (that is, the
root directory) is named 09103102. The DCIM
folder is stored in this folder.
This is also the target folder name displayed when
using the regular [Backup] option.
Backup
Select regular [Backup] to create or use a folder of your choice as the parent folder of the
DCIM folder. You can also name this folder as desired. Other functions in this method of backup
are the same as for [Quick backup].
2
Select the source memory card.
3
Select [DCIM location].
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1
Select [Backup].
Backing Up on External Media
4
Select [Create folder].
5
Enter the [Folder name].
6
Select [Start].
7
Select [OK].
Always use 8 characters for the folder name.
For instructions on entering the folder name, refer
to “Virtual Keyboard Operation” (p.27).
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X The backup process now begins.
When the message indicating completion is
displayed, select [OK].
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Backing Up on External Media
External Media Case
The provided external media case can hold portable hard disks up to 120 x 75 x 15 mm/
4.72 x 2.95 x 0.59 in.
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Using GPS Devices
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Commercially available GPS devices connected via USB can obtain
information including the latitude, longitude, altitude, and date and time of
shooting and add it to images. The additional information can be checked
on the camera as well as by using GPS-compatible mapping software.
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The transmitter can be used with Garmin GPSMAP or eTrex series or
Magellan eXplorist series GPS devices that produce data in the format
NMEA 0183 Ver. 3.0.1, as well as some devices that produce Garmin
protocol data (as of November 2009).
For a list of specific GPS devices supported, contact the Canon Service
Center.
For GPS device instructions, refer to the device’s instruction manual or contact the
manufacturer.
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Connecting GPS Devices with a USB Cable
Turn off the GPS device and camera before connecting them.
When connecting GPS devices, be sure to use the USB cable provided with the camera.
The transmitter USB port is not hot-pluggable. USB cables cannot be connected or
disconnected at any time. Follow the instructions in this section when connecting or
disconnecting USB cables.
1
Plug the GPS device into the USB port.
2
In [WFT settings], select [USB device
connec.].
3
Select [GPS].
4
Select [Connect].
Open the port cover and connect the GPS device.
Do not connect GPS device via a USB hub.
Do not turn the GPS device on until step 5.
If you will not use a wireless or wired LAN at the
same time as the GPS device, set
[Communication mode] to [Disconnect].
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Connecting GPS Devices with a USB Cable
5
Select [OK].
After selecting [OK], turn the GPS device on.
It may take a few minutes to establish a connection
with the GPS device. Camera operations such as
shooting, menu display, or image playback are
not possible until the connection is established.
When the transmitter is connected to the GPS
device, the transmitter’s <USB> lamp is lit in green
and a message is displayed indicating that a
connection has been established.
When the confirmation message is displayed,
select [OK].
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X At this point, the menu option [Disconnect]
becomes available. Select this option before
disconnecting the GPS device.
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Take the picture.
7
Check the GPS data.
Make sure the transmitter’s <USB> lamp is lit in
green before shooting.
If the <USB> lamp is not lit in green when you shoot,
correct GPS data will not be added to images.
View an image.
Press the <6> button to display the shooting
information screen with GPS data.
From top to bottom: latitude, longitude,
altitude, and Coordinated Universal Time
If the camera is turned off and on or recovering from auto power off, do not shoot until the <USB> lamp remains
lit in green. If you shoot while the lamp is blinking, the correct GPS information may not be added to images.
The date and time indicated is the Coordinated Universal Time (UTC) as obtained by the GPS device,
which is nearly the same as Greenwich Mean Time (GMT). In some cases, the date and time of the
zone specified on the GPS device is indicated.
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Connecting GPS Devices with a USB Cable
Unplugging GPS Devices from the USB Port
Before unplugging GPS devices from the USB port, always select [Disconnect] as shown in
step 5. Follow the instructions displayed to terminate the connection.
The connection will not be terminated if you simply turn off the camera and GPS device. If you
unplug GPS device while the connection is still active, plug the GPS device into the USB port
again and follow the preceding steps to terminate the connection.
Power Management
If you will not use a wireless or wired LAN at the
same time as the GPS device, set
[Communication mode] to [Disconnect]. The
camera battery drains faster under settings other
than [Disconnect] because power saving is
disabled.
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Connecting GPS Devices via Bluetooth
By attaching the Canon Bluetooth Unit BU-30 to the USB port, you can connect Bluetooth®
GPS devices wirelessly. (Bluetooth® devices other than GPS devices cannot be connected).
When using non-Canon Bluetooth units, confirm normal operation before use.
Turn off the GPS device and camera before attaching the Bluetooth unit to the transmitter.
The transmitter’s USB port is not hot-pluggable. Bluetooth units cannot be connected or
disconnected indiscriminately. Follow the instructions in this section when attaching or
detaching Bluetooth units.
1
Attach the Bluetooth unit.
2
In [WFT settings], select [USB device
connec.]
Open the port cover and attach the Bluetooth unit.
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If you will not use a wireless or wired LAN at the
same time as the Bluetooth unit, set
[Communication mode] to [Disconnect].
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Select [Bluetooth].
4
Select [Connect].
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Connecting GPS Devices via Bluetooth
5
Select [OK].
After the Bluetooth unit is attached to the
transmitter, the transmitter’s <USB> lamp blinks in
green and a message is displayed indicating that a
connection has been established.
When the confirmation message is displayed, select [OK].
X At this point, the menu option [Disconnect]
becomes available. Select this option before
detaching the GPS device.
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Establish a wireless connection between
the GPS device and Bluetooth unit.
Turn on the GPS device and activate Bluetooth® on it.
Select [Bluetooth device connection].
X Nearby Bluetooth® devices in use are listed. (Only
GPS devices can be connected.)
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Select the GPS device.
Press <0> to display the connection status of
Bluetooth® devices.
Pressing <0> when the status is [Not conn.] will
list nearby Bluetooth® devices in use.
Turn the <5> dial to select [GPS] , and then
press <0>.
Select [OK] and press <0>.
If a Bluetooth® password has been set on the
GPS device, a password input screen is displayed.
Enter the password.
X The transmitter now starts to establish a
connection with the GPS device.
It may take a few minutes to establish a
connection with the GPS device.
Camera operations such as shooting, menu
display, or image playback are not possible
until the connection is established.
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Connecting GPS Devices via Bluetooth
8
When the confirmation message is
displayed, select [OK].
9
Take the picture.
The GPS connection status changes to
[Connecting]. Pressing <0> under these
conditions will enable you to disconnect the GPS
device.
Make sure the transmitter’s <USB> lamp is lit in
green before shooting.
If the <USB> lamp is not lit in green when you
shoot, the correct GPS data will not be added
to images.
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Check the GPS data.
10
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View an image.
Press the <6> button to display the shooting
information screen with GPS data.
From top to bottom: latitude, longitude,
altitude, and Coordinated Universal Time
If the camera is turned off and on or recovering from auto power off, do not shoot until the <USB> lamp
remains lit in green. If you shoot while the lamp is blinking, the correct GPS information may not be
added to images.
The date and time indicated is the Coordinated Universal Time (UTC) as obtained by the GPS device,
which is nearly the same as Greenwich Mean Time (GMT). In some cases, the date and time of the
zone specified on the GPS device is indicated.
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Connecting GPS Devices via Bluetooth
Detaching Bluetooth units from the USB port
Before detaching Bluetooth units from the USB port, always select [Disconnect] as shown in
step 5. Follow the instructions displayed to terminate the connection.
The connection with the Bluetooth unit will not be terminated if you simply turn off the camera. If
you detach a Bluetooth unit while the connection is still active, attach the Bluetooth unit again
and follow the preceding steps to terminate the connection.
Power Management
If you will not use a wireless or wired LAN at the
same time as the Bluetooth unit, set
[Communication mode] to [Disconnect]. The
camera battery drains faster under settings other
than [Disconnect] because power saving is
disabled.
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Troubleshooting
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Responding to Error Messages
If transmitter errors are displayed on the camera LCD monitor, refer to the examples of
corrective actions in this section to eliminate the cause of the error. The error details can also
be checked on the [7] tab [WFT settings] [Error description].
Click the error number in the following chart to jump to the corresponding page.
11 (p.93)
12 (p.93)
21 (p.93)
22 (p.94)
23 (p.94)
24 (p.95)
31 (p.97)
32 (p.97)
33 (p.97)
34 (p.97)
41 (p.98)
42 (p.99)
43 (p.99)
44 (p.99)
46 (p.100)
47 (p.101)
51 (p.101)
52 (p.101)
53 (p.101)
54 (p.101)
61 (p.102)
62 (p.102)
63 (p.103)
64 (p.103)
66 (p.104)
67 (p.104)
68 (p.104)
69 (p.104)
71 (p.105)
72 (p.105)
25 (p.96)
26 (p.96)
81 (p.105)
99 (p.105)
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45 (p.100)
65 (p.103)
Responding to Error Messages
11: Connection target not found
Is the pairing software running?
X Start the pairing software and follow the instructions to re-establish the connection. (p.44)
Are the transmitter and wireless LAN terminal configured with the same encryption
key for authentication?
X This error occurs if the encryption keys do not match when the authentication method for
encryption is [Open system].
The setting is case-sensitive, so check upper- and lower-case characters. Make sure the
correct encryption key for authentication is entered on the transmitter. (p.22)
12: Connection target not found
Are the target computer and wireless LAN terminal on?
X Turn on the target computer and wireless LAN terminal.
21: No address assigned by DHCP server
What to check on the transmitter
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On the transmitter, the network setting is [Auto setting] or the IP address setting is
[Auto assign]. Does the error occur under these settings?
X If no DHCP server is used, set the transmitter’s network setting to [Manual setting] and
IP address setting to [Manual setting]. (p.25)
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What to check on the DHCP server
Is the DHCP server on?
X Turn the DHCP server on.
Are there enough addresses for assignment by the DHCP server?
X Increase the number of addresses assigned by the DHCP server.
X Remove devices assigned addresses by the DHCP server from the network to reduce the
number of addresses in use.
Is the DHCP server working correctly?
X Check the DHCP server settings to make sure it is working correctly as a DHCP server.
X If applicable, ask your network administrator to ensure the DHCP server is available.
Responding to Error Messages 21 - 26
Also check the following points when responding to errors numbered 21 - 26.
Are the transmitter and wireless LAN terminal configured with the same encryption key for
authentication?
X This error occurs if the encryption keys do not match when the authentication method for
encryption is [Open system]. The setting is case-sensitive, so check upper- and lower-case
characters. Make sure the correct encryption key for authentication is entered on the transmitter.
(p.22)
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Responding to Error Messages
22: No response from DNS server
What to check on the transmitter
On the transmitter, the DNS address setting is [Auto assign] or [Manual setting].
Does the error occur under these settings?
X If no DNS server is used, set the transmitter’s DNS address setting to [Disable]. (p.25)
On the transmitter, does the DNS server’s IP address setting match the server’s
actual address?
X Configure the IP address on the transmitter to match the actual DNS server address.
(p.25, 107)
What to check on the DNS server
Is the DNS server on?
X Turn the DNS server on.
Are the DNS server settings for IP addresses and the corresponding names
correct?
X On the DNS server, make sure IP addresses and the corresponding names are entered
correctly.
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Is the DNS server working correctly?
X Check the DNS server settings to make sure the server is working correctly as a DNS
server.
X If applicable, ask your network administrator to ensure the DNS server is available.
What to check on the network as a whole
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Does your network include a router or similar device that serves as a gateway?
X If applicable, ask your network administrator for the network gateway address and enter it
on the transmitter. (p.25, 107)
X Make sure the gateway address setting is correctly entered on all network devices,
including the transmitter.
23: Duplicate IP address
What to check on the transmitter
Is another device on the transmitter network using the same IP address as the
transmitter?
X Change the transmitter’s IP address to avoid using the same address as another device
on the network. Otherwise, change the IP address of the device that has a duplicate
address.
X In network environments with a DHCP server, if the transmitter’s IP address setting is
[Manual setting], change it to [Auto assign]. (p.25)
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Responding to Error Messages
24: No response from proxy server
What to check on the transmitter
The transmitter’s proxy server setting is [Enable]. Does the error occur under this
setting?
X If no proxy server is used, set the transmitter’s proxy server setting to [Disable]. (p.30)
Do the transmitter’s [Address setting] and [Port No.] settings match those of the
proxy server?
X Configure the transmitter’s proxy server address and port number to match those of the proxy
server. (p.30)
In the transmitter’s [Proxy server] settings, have you only entered [Server name]?
X If the proxy server’s [Address] setting is not configured on the transmitter, enter it along
with the DNS server address. (p.25) Make sure the server name and port number for the
proxy server are entered correctly. (p.30)
What to check on the proxy server
Is the proxy server on?
X Turn the proxy server on.
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Is the proxy server working correctly?
X Check the proxy server settings to make sure the server is working correctly as a proxy
server.
X If applicable, ask your network administrator for the proxy server address or server name
and port number, and then enter them on the transmitter.
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What to check on the network as a whole
Does your network include a router or similar device that serves as a gateway?
X If applicable, ask your network administrator for the network gateway address and enter it
on the transmitter.
X Make sure the gateway address setting is correctly entered on all network devices,
including the transmitter.
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Responding to Error Messages
25: Another terminal has set the same IP address
Is another device on the transmitter network using the same IP address as the
transmitter?
X This error occurs if the transmitter is connected to a network where another device
subsequently connects with the same IP address. Change the transmitter’s IP address to
avoid using the same address as another device on the network. Otherwise, change the
IP address of the device that has a duplicate address.
26: No response from DHCP server
What to check on the transmitter
On the transmitter, the network setting is [Auto setting]. Does the error occur under
this setting?
X If no DHCP server is used, set the transmitter’s network setting to [Manual setting].
(p.25)
What to check on the DHCP server
Is the DHCP server on?
X Turn the DHCP server on.
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Are the DHCP server settings for IP addresses and the corresponding names
correct?
X On the DHCP server, make sure IP addresses and the corresponding names are entered
correctly.
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Is the DHCP server working correctly?
X Check the DHCP server settings to make sure it is working correctly as a DHCP server.
X If applicable, ask your network administrator to ensure the DHCP server is available.
What to check on the network as a whole
Does your network include a router or similar device that serves as a gateway?
X If applicable, ask your network administrator for the network gateway address and enter it
on the transmitter. (p.25)
X Make sure the gateway address setting is correctly entered on all network devices,
including the transmitter.
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Responding to Error Messages
31: USB connection disconnected
Has the USB cable been disconnected?
X After connecting the USB cable, in [WFT settings], select [USB device connec.] and
reconnect the device.
Is the USB device on?
X Turn the USB device on. Next, also in [WFT settings], select [USB device connec.] and
reconnect the device.
32: Incompatible USB device
Have you connected a USB device other than external media, a GPS device, or a
Bluetooth unit?
X Connect only external media, GPS devices, or Bluetooth units.
The device is incompatible with the transmitter.
X External media with built-in card slots are not compatible. Similarly, USB card readers
cannot be used.
Is the external media formatted with a FAT16 or FAT32 file system?
X Format the external media with a FAT16 or FAT32 file system using the computer.
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The GPS device is incompatible with the transmitter.
X Among GPS devices, we recommend devices for which operation has been verified by
Canon.
33: USB device error
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There is a problem with the external media.
X Connect the external media to a computer and confirm that it is working correctly.
34: Cannot connect to USB device
Have you connected a USB device other than external media, a GPS device, or a
Bluetooth unit?
X Connect only external media, GPS devices, or Bluetooth units.
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Responding to Error Messages
41: Cannot connect to FTP server
What to check on the transmitter
On the transmitter, does the FTP server’s IP address setting match the server’s
actual address?
X Configure the IP address on the transmitter to match the actual FTP server address.
(p.30)
Are the transmitter and wireless LAN terminal configured with the same encryption
key for authentication?
X This error occurs if the encryption keys do not match when the authentication method for
encryption is [Open system].
The setting is case-sensitive, so check upper- and lower-case characters. Make sure the
correct encryption key for authentication is entered on the transmitter. (p.22)
On the transmitter, does the [Port number setting] for the FTP server match the
actual port number of the FTP server?
X Configure the same port number (usually 21) on the transmitter and FTP server.
Configure the port number on the transmitter to match the actual FTP server port number.
(p.30)
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If only the FTP server’s [Server name] is configured on the transmitter, are the DNS
server settings complete?
X If the FTP server’s [Address] setting is not configured on the transmitter, enable use of
the DNS server on the transmitter and enter its address. (p.25) Make sure the FTP server
name is entered correctly. (p.30)
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What to check on the FTP server
Is the FTP server working correctly?
X Configure the computer correctly to function as an FTP server.
X If applicable, ask your network administrator for the FTP server address and port number,
and then enter them on the transmitter.
Is the FTP server on?
X Turn the FTP server on. The server may have been turned off because of an energysaving mode.
On the transmitter, does the FTP server’s IP address setting (in [Address]) match
the server’s actual address?
X Configure the IP address on the transmitter to match the actual FTP server address.
(p.30)
Is a firewall or other security software enabled?
X Some security software uses a firewall to restrict access to the FTP server. Change the
firewall settings to allow access to the FTP server.
X You may be able to access the FTP server by setting [Passive mode] to [Enable] on the
transmitter. (p.68)
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Responding to Error Messages
Are you connecting to the FTP server via a broadband router?
X Some broadband routers use a firewall to restrict access to the FTP server. Change the
firewall settings to allow access to the FTP server.
X You may be able to access the FTP server by setting [Passive mode] to [Enable] on the
transmitter. (p.68)
If you are using Windows XP Service Pack 2 or later, is access to the FTP server
blocked by [Windows Firewall]?
X Change the Windows Firewall settings to allow access to the FTP server.
What to check on the network as a whole
Does your network include a router or similar device that serves as a gateway?
X If applicable, ask your network administrator for the network gateway address and enter it
on the transmitter. (p.25)
X Make sure the gateway address setting is correctly entered on all network devices,
including the transmitter.
42: FTP server rejected connection
What to check on the FTP server
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Is the FTP server configured to restrict access to only some IP addresses?
X Change the FTP server settings to allow access from the [IP address] configured on the
transmitter in the TCP/IP settings.
43: Cannot connect to FTP server. Error code received from server.
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What to check on the FTP server
Have you exceeded the maximum number of FTP server connections?
X Disconnect some network devices from the FTP server or increase the maximum number
of connections.
44: Cannot disconnect FTP server. Error code received from server.
This error occurs if the transmitter fails to disconnect from the FTP server for some
reason.
X Restart the FTP server and camera.
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Responding to Error Messages
45: Cannot login to FTP server. Error code received from server.
What to check on the transmitter
On the transmitter, is the [Login name] entered correctly?
X Check the logon name for accessing the FTP server. The setting is case-sensitive, so
check upper- and lower-case characters. Make sure the correct logon name is entered on
the transmitter. (p.31)
On the transmitter, is the [Login password] entered correctly?
X If a logon password is configured on the FTP server, check the upper- and lower-case
characters to make sure the password on the transmitter matches it. (p.31)
What to check on the FTP server
Do the user rights for the FTP server allow reading, writing, and log access?
X Configure the FTP server’s user rights to allow reading, writing, and log access.
Is the folder specified as the transfer destination on the FTP server named with
ASCII characters (p.27)?
X Use ASCII characters for the folder name.
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46: For the data session, error code received from FTP server
What to check on the FTP server
The connection was terminated by the FTP server.
X Restart the FTP server.
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Do the user rights for the FTP server allow reading, writing, and log access?
X Configure the FTP server’s user rights to allow reading, writing, and log access.
Do user rights allow access to the target folder on the FTP server?
X Configure the user rights for access to the target folder on the FTP server to allow saving
images from the transmitter.
Is the FTP server on?
X Turn the FTP server on. The server may have been turned off because of an energysaving mode.
Is the hard disk of the FTP server full?
X Increase available space on the hard disk.
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Responding to Error Messages
47: Image file transfer completion not confirmed by FTP server
This error occurs if, for some reason, the transmitter fails to receive confirmation
from the FTP server that image file transfer is complete.
X Restart the FTP server and camera and send the images again.
51: Connection with Bluetooth unit lost
Is the Bluetooth unit too far from the GPS device?
X Bring the GPS device closer to the Bluetooth unit.
Are any obstacles blocking the line of sight between the Bluetooth unit and the
GPS device?
X Move the GPS device to a position visible from the point of view of the Bluetooth unit.
The Bluetooth unit and GPS device were disconnected, for some reason, and the
connection cannot be restored.
X The connection is more likely to be lost if there are nearby wireless LAN terminals,
cordless telephones, microphones, microwave ovens, or similar devices operating on the
same 2.4 GHz band used for Bluetooth communication. Also note that the connection is
more likely to be lost in poor weather or high humidity.
Is the GPS device on?
X Turn the GPS device on.
52: Bluetooth unit not found
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Is the GPS device ready for the Bluetooth connection?
X Turn the GPS device on and set it up for connection via Bluetooth.
Is the Bluetooth unit too far from the GPS device?
X Bring the GPS device closer to the Bluetooth unit.
Is the GPS device on?
X Turn the GPS device on.
53: Incorrect Bluetooth password
Is the same password set on the Bluetooth unit and GPS device?
X The setting is case-sensitive, so check upper- and lower-case characters. Make sure the
correct password is entered on the GPS device and Bluetooth unit.
54: No Bluetooth service
The GPS device does not support SPP (Serial Port Profile).
X Confirm that the GPS device supports SPP.
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Responding to Error Messages
61: Same SSID wireless LAN terminal not found
Are any obstacles blocking the line of sight between the transmitter and the
antenna of the wireless LAN terminal?
X Move the antenna to a position clearly visible from the point of view of the transmitter.
(p.106)
What to check on the transmitter
On the transmitter, does the SSID setting match that of the wireless LAN terminal?
X Check the SSID on the wireless LAN terminal, and configure the same SSID on the
transmitter. (p.21)
What to check on the wireless LAN terminal
Is the wireless LAN terminal on?
X Turn on the wireless LAN terminal.
When you are using WFT-E2 IID with wireless LAN terminals supporting IEEE
802.11a, are the terminal settings locked on IEEE 802.11a?
X Configure the wireless LAN terminal to allow access via IEEE 802.11b and g.
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If you are filtering by MAC address, did you register the transmitter’s MAC address
on the wireless LAN terminal?
X Register the transmitter’s MAC address (p.66) on the wireless LAN terminal.
62: No response from wireless LAN terminal
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What to check on the transmitter
Is the transmitter configured for communication in infrastructure mode?
X Configure the transmitter for communication in ad hoc mode.
What to check on the wireless LAN terminal
Is there a nearby wireless LAN terminal for ad hoc communication?
X Prepare a wireless LAN terminal for ad hoc communication near the transmitter.
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Responding to Error Messages
63: Wireless LAN authentication failed
Are the transmitter and wireless LAN terminal configured for the same
authentication method?
X The transmitter supports these authentication methods: [Open system], [Shared key],
[WPA-PSK], and [WPA2-PSK]. (p.21)
X When using an AirPort for communication in infrastructure mode, [Open system] is not
supported. Configure a [Shared key] on the transmitter. (p.21)
Are the transmitter and wireless LAN terminal configured with the same encryption
key for authentication?
X The setting is case-sensitive, so check upper- and lower-case characters. Make sure the
correct encryption key for authentication is entered on the transmitter and wireless LAN
terminal. (p.22)
If you are filtering by MAC address, did you register the transmitter’s MAC address
on the wireless LAN terminal?
X Register the transmitter’s MAC address (p.66) on the wireless LAN terminal.
64: Cannot connect to wireless LAN terminal
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Are the transmitter and wireless LAN terminal configured for the same encryption
method?
X The transmitter supports these encryption methods: [WEP], [TKIP], and [AES]. (p.21)
If you are filtering by MAC address, did you register the transmitter’s MAC address
on the wireless LAN terminal?
X Register the transmitter’s MAC address (p.66) on the wireless LAN terminal.
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65: Wireless LAN connection lost
Are any obstacles blocking the line of sight between the transmitter and the
antenna of the wireless LAN terminal?
X Move the antenna to a position clearly visible from the point of view of the transmitter.
(p.106)
The wireless LAN connection was lost, for some reason, and the connection
cannot be restored.
X The following are possible reasons: excessive access to the wireless LAN terminal from
other terminals, a microwave oven or similar appliance in use nearby (interfering with
IEEE 802.11b/g reception), poor weather and high humidity. (p.106)
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Responding to Error Messages
66: Incorrect wireless LAN encryption key
Are the transmitter and wireless LAN terminal configured with the same encryption
key for authentication?
X The setting is case-sensitive, so check upper- and lower-case characters. Make sure the
correct encryption key for authentication is entered on the transmitter and wireless LAN
terminal. (p.22)
Note that if the authentication method is [Open system], an Error 41 (“Cannot connect to
FTP server”) is displayed.
67: Incorrect wireless LAN encryption method
Are the transmitter and wireless LAN terminal configured for the same encryption
method?
X The transmitter supports these encryption methods: [WEP], [TKIP], and [AES]. (p.21)
If you are filtering by MAC address, did you register the transmitter’s MAC address
on the wireless LAN terminal?
X Register the transmitter’s MAC address (p.66) on the wireless LAN terminal.
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68: Cannot connect to wireless LAN terminal. Retry from the
beginning.
Have you pressed the Wi-Fi Protected Setup (WPS) button on the wireless LAN
terminal for as long as indicated in the wireless LAN terminal instructions?
X Refer to the instruction manual for the wireless LAN terminal to determine how long to
hold the WPS button.
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Are you attempting to establish the connection near the wireless LAN terminal?
X Try establishing the connection when both devices are within reach of each other.
69: Multiple wireless LAN terminals have been found. Cannot
connect. Retry from the beginning.
Connection is in progress by other wireless LAN terminals in Pushbutton
Connection mode (PBC mode) of Wi-Fi Protected Setup (WPS).
X Wait a while before trying to establish the connection, or try to establish a connection in
PIN code connection mode (PIN mode). (p.24)
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Responding to Error Messages
71: Cannot connect to slave cameras
Are you following the correct procedure to establish the connection with slave
cameras?
X Operate slave cameras by following the correct instructions (p.62, 63).
Are the slave cameras too far from the master camera?
X Bring the slave cameras closer to the master camera.
72: Cannot connect to the master camera
Are you following the correct procedure to establish the connection with master
camera?
X Operate the master camera by following the correct instructions (p.62, 63).
Is the master camera too far from the slave cameras?
X Bring the master camera closer to the slave cameras.
81: Wired LAN connection lost
Is the LAN cable securely connected?
X Reconnect the LAN cable between the transmitter and server. Because the cable may be
severed, try using another cable to connect the devices.
Is the hub or router on?
X Turn on the hub or router.
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Is the server on?
X Turn the server on. The server may have been turned off because of an energy-saving
mode.
99: Other error
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Another problem has occurred, identified with an error number other than 11 to 81.
X Turn the camera’s power switch off and on.
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Wireless LAN Notes
When using the transmitter with a wireless LAN, try the following corrective actions if the
transmission rate drops, the connection is lost, or other problems occur.
Wireless LAN Terminal Installation and Antenna Position
When using the transmitter indoors, install the wireless LAN terminal in the same room
where you are shooting.
Install the wireless LAN terminal higher than the transmitter.
Install the device where people or objects do not come between it and the camera.
Install the device as close as possible to the camera. In particular, note that during
outdoor use in poor weather, rain may absorb radio waves and disrupt the connection.
Nearby Electronic Devices
If the transmission rate over a wireless LAN drops because of interference from the following
electronic devices, switching to a wired LAN can resolve the problem.
The transmitter communicates over wireless LANs via IEEE 802.11b/g and Bluetooth
using radio waves in the 2.4 GHz band. For this reason, the wireless LAN transmission
rate may drop if there are nearby microwave ovens, cordless telephones, microphones,
or similar devices operating on the same frequency band.
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If a wireless LAN terminal on the same frequency band as the transmitter is used nearby,
the transmission rate of the wireless LAN may drop.
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Using Multiple Transmitters
If multiple transmitters are connected to a single wireless LAN terminal, be careful not to
use duplicate camera IP addresses.
Note that the transmission rate drops when multiple transmitters access a single wireless
LAN terminal.
To reduce radio wave interference when there are multiple wireless IEEE 802.11b/g
devices, leave a gap of four channels between each wireless LAN channel. For example,
use channels 1, 6, and 11, channels 2, 7, and 12, or channels 3, 8, and 13.
When IEEE 802.11a can be used, switch to IEEE 802.11a and specify a different channel.
Security
Wireless LAN radio waves can be easily intercepted. For this reason, we recommend
activating encrypted communication in the wireless LAN terminal settings.
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Checking Network Settings
Windows
Click the Windows [Start] button [All Programs] [Accessories] [Command Prompt].
Type ipconfig/all and press the <Enter> key.
The IP address assigned to the computer is displayed, as well as the subnet mask, gateway,
and DNS server information.
To avoid using the same IP address for the computer and other devices on the network when
configuring the IP address assigned to the camera (page 25), change the rightmost numbers
here.
Macintosh
In Mac OS X, open the [Terminal] application, type ifconfig -a, and press the <Return> key.
The IP address assigned to the computer is indicated in the [en0] item by [inet], in the format
***.***.***.***.
To avoid using the same IP address for the computer and other devices on the network when
configuring the IP address assigned to the camera (page 25), change the rightmost numbers
here.
* For information on the [Terminal] application, refer to the Mac OS X help.
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Reference
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Creating and Registering Captions
Follow these steps to create captions and register them on the camera, as introduced in
“Adding a Caption Before Transfer” (p.35). When creating and registering captions, use a
computer on which EOS Utility is installed.
Before you begin, attach the transmitter to the camera and use the USB cable provided
with the camera to connect the camera to the computer. For instructions on connecting the
camera to the computer with the USB cable and starting EOS Utility, refer to the Software
Instruction Manual (PDF) provided with the camera. Note that captions cannot be created for
cameras without an attached transmitter.
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Start EOS Utility and select [Camera
settings/Remote shooting].
X The camera settings/remote
capture screen is displayed.
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On the [
] tab, select [WFT Captions].
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Enter the caption or captions.
4
Register the captions on the camera.
X The screen for caption creation is displayed.
To acquire caption data stored on the camera,
select [Load settings].
Enter up to 31 characters (in ASCII format).
Select [Apply to camera] to register your new
captions on the camera.
Specifications
Type
Type:
Image transfer accessory that can be used in wireless LANs and over
Ethernet in wired LANs (IPsec-compatible). Can be connected via USB
to external media, GPS devices, and Bluetooth units.
Wireless LAN
Standards compliance:
Transmission method:
Transmission range:
Transmission frequency:
(central frequency)
Connection method:
Security:
Wired LAN
Standards compliance:
IEEE 802.11a (WFT-E2 IIA/B/C) and ARIB STD-T71
IEEE 802.11b and ARIB STD-T66
IEEE 802.11g and ARIB STD-T66
OFDM modulation (IEEE 802.11a/g)
DS-SS modulation (IEEE 802.11b)
Approx. 150 m / 492 ft.
* With no obstructions between the transmitting and receiving antennas
and no radio interference
* With a large, high-performance antenna attached to the wireless LAN
access point
WFT-E2 IIA: 5,180 - 5,320 MHz, channels 36 - 64
5,745 - 5,825 MHz, channels 149 - 165
2,412 - 2,462 MHz, channels 1 - 11
WFT-E2 IIB: 5,180 - 5,320 MHz, channels 36 - 64
5,500 - 5,700 MHz, channels 100 - 140
2,412 - 2,472 MHz, channels 1 - 13
WFT-E2 IIC: 5,745 - 5,805 MHz, channels 149 - 161
2,412 - 2,472 MHz, channels 1 - 13
WFT-E2 IID: 2,412 - 2,462 MHz, channels 1 - 11
Infrastructure or ad hoc mode
* Wi-Fi Protected Setup supported
Authentication method: Open, shared key, WPA-PSK, and WPA2-PSK
Encryption: WEP, TKIP, and AES
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IEEE 802.3u (Ethernet 10BASE-T and 100BASE-TX)
USB Connection
Connectable devices:
External media, GPS devices, and Bluetooth units
Interfaces
Camera:
Wired LAN:
External device:
Extension system terminal
Ethernet RJ-45 port
Hi-Speed USB port (for attaching external media, GPS devices, and
Bluetooth units)
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Specifications
„ Image Capture Capacity
LAN
Wireless LAN
Wired LAN
At Normal Temperature
(23°C / 73°F)
1100
1200
Approx. number of images
At Low Temperature
(0°C / 32°F)
900
900
* Using a fully charged LP-E4
* Testing based on Camera & Imaging Products Association (CIPA)
standards
* Fewer images can be captured when transferring images over
wireless LAN.
* Fewer images can be captured when using bus-powered external
media or GPS devices.
„ Dimensions and Weight
Dimensions (W x H x D):
Weight:
26.0 x 97.7 x 31.8 mm / 1.0 x 3.8 x 1.3 in.
Approx. 80 g / 2.8 oz. (Body only)
„ Operating Environment
Temperature:
Humidity:
0°C - 45°C / 32°F - 113°F
85% or less
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All preceding specifications are based on Canon testing standards.
Transmitter specifications and appearance are subject to change without notice
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Model Number
WFT-E2 IIA
: DS585802
WFT-E2 IIB
: DS585801
WFT-E2 IIC
: DS585803
WFT-E2 IID
: DS585804
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Statement on EC directive
Canon Inc. tímto prohlašuje, že tento CH9-1161 je ve shodČ se základními požadavky a dalšími pĜíslušnými
ustanoveními smČrnice 1999/5/ES.
Undertegnede Canon Inc. erklærer herved, at følgende udstyr CH9-1161 overholder de væsentlige krav og
øvrige relevante krav i direktiv 1999/5/EF.
Hiermit erklärt Canon Inc., dass sich das Gerät CH9-1161 in Übereinstimmung mit den grundlegenden
Anforderungen und den übrigen einschlägigen Bestimmungen der Richtlinie 1999/5/EG befindet.
Käesolevaga kinnitab Canon Inc. seadme CH9-1161 vastavust direktiivi 1999/5/EÜ põhinõuetele ja
nimetatud direktiivist tulenevatele teistele asjakohastele sätetele.
Hereby, Canon Inc., declares that this CH9-1161 is in compliance with the essential requirements and other
relevant provisions of Directive 1999/5/EC.
Por medio de la presente Canon Inc. declara que el CH9-1161 cumple con los requisitos esenciales y
cualesquiera otras disposiciones aplicables o exigibles de la Directiva 1999/5/CE.
ȂǼ ȉǾȃ ȆǹȇȅȊȈǹ Canon Inc. ¨ǾȁŸȃǼǿ ȅȉǿ CH9-1161 ȈȊȂȂȅȇĭŸȃǼȉǹǿ ȆȇȅȈ ȉǿȈ ȅȊȈǿŸ¨ǼǿȈ
ǹȆǹǿȉǾȈǼǿȈ Ȁǹǿ ȉǿȈ ȁȅǿȆǼȈ ȈȋǼȉǿȀǼȈ ¨ǿǹȉǹȄǼǿȈ ȉǾȈ ȅ¨ǾīǿǹȈ 1999/5/ǼȀ.
Par la présente Canon Inc. déclare que l'appareil CH9-1161 est conforme aux exigences essentielles et aux
autres dispositions pertinentes de la directive 1999/5/CE.
Con la presente Canon Inc. dichiara che questo CH9-1161 è conforme ai requisiti essenziali ed alle altre
disposizioni pertinenti stabilite dalla direttiva 1999/5/CE.
Ar šo Canon Inc. deklarƝ, ka CH9-1161 atbilst DirektƯvas 1999/5/EK bnjtiskajƗm prasƯbƗm un citiem ar to
saistƯtajiem noteikumiem.
Šiuo Canon Inc. deklaruoja, kad šis CH9-1161 atitinka esminius reikalavimus ir kitas 1999/5/EB Direktyvos
nuostatas.
Hierbij verklaart Canon Inc. dat het toestel CH9-1161 in overeenstemming is met de essentiële eisen en de
andere relevante bepalingen van richtlijn 1999/5/EG.
Hawnhekk, Canon Inc., jiddikjara li dan CH9-1161 jikkonforma mal-ƫtiƥijiet essenzjali u ma provvedimenti
oƫrajn relevanti li hemm fid-Dirrettiva 1999/5/EC.
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Alulírott, Canon Inc. nyilatkozom, hogy a CH9-1161 megfelel a vonatkozó alapvetõ követelményeknek és az
1999/5/EC irányelv egyéb elõírásainak.
Niniejszym Canon Inc. oĞwiadcza, Īe CH9-1161 jest zgodny z zasadniczymi wymogami oraz pozostaáymi
stosownymi postanowieniami Dyrektywy 1999/5/EC.
Canon Inc. declara que este CH9-1161 está conforme com os requisitos essenciais e outras disposições da
Directiva 1999/5/CE.
Canon Inc. izjavlja, da je ta CH9-1161 v skladu z bistvenimi zahtevami in ostalimi relevantnimi doloþili
direktive 1999/5/ES.
Canon Inc. týmto vyhlasuje, že CH9-1161 spĎĖa základné požiadavky a všetky príslušné ustanovenia
Smernice 1999/5/ES.
Canon Inc. vakuuttaa täten että CH9-1161 tyyppinen laite on direktiivin 1999/5/EY oleellisten vaatimusten ja
sitä koskevien direktiivin muiden ehtojen mukainen.
Härmed intygar Canon Inc. att denna CH9-1161 står I överensstämmelse med de väsentliga egenskapskrav
och övriga relevanta bestämmelser som framgår av direktiv 1999/5/EG.
Hér með lýsir Canon Inc. yfir því að CH9-1161 er í samræmi við grunnkröfur og aðrar kröfur, sem gerðar eru
í tilskipun 1999/5/EC.
Canon Inc. erklærer herved at utstyret CH9-1161 er i samsvar med de grunnleggende krav og øvrige
relevante krav i direktiv 1999/5/EF.
ɋ ɧɚɫɬɨɹɳɢɹ ɞɨɤɭɦɟɧɬ Canon Inc. ɞɟɤɥɚɪɢɪɚ, ɱɟ CH9-1161 ɟ ɜ ɫɴɝɥɚɫɢɟ ɫ ɨɫɧɨɜɧɢɬɟ ɢɡɢɫɤɜɚɧɢɹ ɢ
ɫɴɨɬɜɟɬɧɢɬɟ ɩɨɫɬɚɧɨɜɥɟɧɢɹ ɧɚ Ⱦɢɪɟɤɬɢɜɚ 1999/5/ȿɋ.
Prin prezenta, Canon Inc. declară că acest CH9-1161 este conform cu cerinĠele principale úi cu celelalte
prevederi relevante ale Directivei 1999/5/EC.
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FCC / IC Notice
Model DS585802/DS585804 (including WLAN Module
Model CH9-1161)
This device complies with Part 15 of FCC Rules and RSS-Gen of IC Rules. Operation is subject
to the following two conditions: (1) this device may not cause interference, and (2) this device
must accept any interference, including interference that may cause undesired operation of this
device.
Note: This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital
device, pursuant to part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable
protection against harmful interference in a residential installation.
This equipment generates, uses and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and
used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio
communications. However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular
installation. If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception,
which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to
correct the interference by one or more of the following measures:
• Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna
• Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver.
• Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is
connected.
• Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.
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The cable with the ferrite core provided with the digital camera must be used with this equipment
in order to comply with Class B limits in Subpart B of Part 15 of the FCC rules.
Do not make any changes or modifications to the equipment unless otherwise specified in the
manual. If such changes or modifications should be made, you could be required to stop
operation of the equipment.
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This transmitter must not be co-located or operated in conjunction with any other antenna or
transmitter.
The available scientific evidence does not show that any health problems are associated with
using low power wireless devices. There is no proof, however, that these low power wireless
devices are absolutely safe. Low power Wireless devices emit low levels of radio frequency
energy (RF) in the microwave range while being used. Whereas high levels of RF can produce
health effects (by heating tissue), exposure to low-level RF that does not produce heating
effects causes no known adverse health effects. Many studies of low-level RF exposures have
not found any biological effects. Some studies have suggested that some biological effects
might occur, but such findings have not been con- firmed by additional research. DS585802/
DS585804 has been tested and found to comply with FCC/IC radiation exposure limits set forth
for an uncontrolled equipment and meets the FCC radio frequency (RF) Exposure Guidelines in
Supplement C to OET65 and RSS-102 of the IC radio frequency (RF) Exposure rules.
For body worn operation, this model has been tested and meets the FCC RF exposure
guidelines when used with the CANON INC. Cameras supplied or designated for this product.
Use of other Cameras may not ensure compliance with FCC RF exposure guidelines.
Canon U.S.A Inc.
One Canon Plaza, Lake Success, NY 11042, U.S.A.
Tel No. (516)328-5600
This class B digital apparatus complies with Canadian ICES-003.
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Index
Infrastructure......................................... 8, 21
IP address........................................... 25, 30
IPsec ......................................................... 68
Wireless and Wired
LAN Functions
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A
JPEG......................................................... 33
Account ..................................................... 50
Ad hoc ................................................... 8, 21
Area of use .................................................. 8
Authentication...................................... 21, 68
Auto power off ........................................... 17
B
Batch transfer ................................ 36, 38, 39
Browser ..................................................... 52
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Camera control.......................................... 55
Caption ...................................................... 35
Channel ....................................................... 8
Connection ................................................ 17
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Encryption ........................................... 21, 68
Encryption key........................................... 22
EOS Utility ..................................... 13, 43, 47
EOSUtility .................................................. 18
Error .......................................................... 92
ESS-ID ...................................................... 21
F
File of same name..................................... 68
Folder .................................................. 31, 41
FTP server........................................... 13, 29
FTP trans................................................... 18
G
Gateway .................................................... 25
I
IEEE 802.11a .............................................. 8
IEEE 802.11b/g ........................................... 8
Image transfer ..................................... 13, 29
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Key format................................................. 22
Keyboard................................................... 27
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LAN cable ................................................. 20
Linked shooting......................................... 61
LinkedShot ................................................ 19
Login ......................................................... 31
Logon name .............................................. 50
M
Y
P
O
DHCP server ............................................. 25
DNS address ............................................. 25
DNS server................................................ 30
E
K
MAC address ............................................ 44
Master camera .......................................... 63
Movie ............................................ 32, 54, 55
N
Network..................................................... 15
O
Open system............................................. 21
P
Pairing................................................. 26, 44
Passive mode ........................................... 68
Password .................................................. 50
PBC mode................................................. 23
PIN code connection mode....................... 24
PIN mode .................................................. 24
Port number .............................................. 30
Protect settings ......................................... 68
Proxy......................................................... 30
Pushbutton connection mode ................... 23
R
RAW.......................................................... 33
RAW+JPEG .............................................. 33
Remote capture .......... 13, 43, 49, 55, 58, 59
Router ....................................................... 25
Index
S
Select folder .............................................. 31
Settings information................................... 65
Shared key ................................................ 21
Simple control............................................ 58
Slave camera ............................................ 62
SSID .......................................................... 21
Stealth functions.................................. 23, 24
Storage...................................................... 41
Subnet mask ............................................. 25
T
Copying images ........................................ 77
E
Error .......................................................... 92
External media .............................. 13, 71, 75
GPS .......................................................... 83
GPS data .................................................. 85
GPS device ............................................... 13
H
Hard disk................................................... 71
Y
P
O
M
Media ........................................................ 71
P
U
URL ........................................................... 52
C
Viewing images ......................................... 53
W
C
G
Target ........................................................ 31
Target folder .............................................. 68
TKIP .......................................................... 21
Transfer after shooting .............................. 36
Transfer history ......................................... 40
Transfer with SET...................................... 34
Transferred images ................................... 41
Transferring images, automatic................. 32
Transferring images, individual images..... 34
Troubleshooting......................................... 91
V
Backup ................................................ 71, 80
Bluetooth................................................... 87
Bus-powered............................................. 71
Web ........................................................... 52
WEP .......................................................... 21
WFT Server ......................................... 13, 49
WFTserver................................................. 19
Wi-Fi Protected Setup ............................... 23
Wired LAN ................................................. 20
Wireless LAN specification.......................... 8
Wizard ....................................................... 17
WPA2-PSK................................................ 21
WPA-PSK.................................................. 21
WPS (Wi-Fi Protected Setup).............. 23, 24
Functions When
Connected via USB
Power........................................................ 74
Power management............................ 74, 86
Q
Quick backup ............................................ 79
R
Replace existing image............................. 78
S
Self-powered............................................. 71
Skip image and continue........................... 78
T
Troubleshooting ........................................ 91
U
USB connection ........................................ 71
B
Backing up images .................................... 78
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