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Canon Optics. Optimized Creativity.
Incorporating cutting-edge technology, world-class optics and groundbreaking performance, there’s nothing quite like
the EOS System. Whether shooting stills or videos, Canon EOS cameras and EF lenses deliver true creative excellence.
Canon’s sensors and processors work in concert with advanced camera designs for impressive photographic and video
performance, and showcase the brilliance of Canon’s superb collection of optics. A comprehensive collection of
PowerShot compact cameras, printers, projectors and software solutions work together and serve as the ultimate
complement to the Canon EOS System, a state-of-the-art system of outstanding cameras, lenses and accessories that
help make beautiful images with ease. Bolstered by a network of online support from the Canon Digital Learning Center,
the EOS System and EF lenses help set the standard for imaging excellence in the 21st century—assisting image makers
in realizing their vision when they pick up their camera.
EOS CAMERAS
Rugged construction, photographerfriendly features, and compatibility
with the entire line of EF lenses and
EOS accessories help make Canon EOS
cameras benchmarks for performance,
ease of use, and quality.
EOS Technology4
EOS Cameras
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EOS System Chart
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EOS Comparison Chart
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Video Recording Size and Time
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Image Format and Capacity Chart
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EF LENSES
A unique blend of hyper-advanced
optical, microelectronic, and precision
manufacturing technologies,
EF Lenses are perfected in Canon’s
laboratories and proven in the field.
EF Lens Technology
EF Lens Lineup
EF Lens Chart
EF Lens Accessories
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SPEEDLITE FLASHES
Canon Speedlite flashes are the ideal
light source for EOS cameras. They are
technologically advanced to provide
perfect exposure and illumination with
just about any subject.
Speedlite Technology
Wireless Flash Photography
Speedlite Lineup
Speedlite Accessories
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EOS SYSTEM
ACCESSORIES
CINEMA EOS SYSTEM
Canon accessories are the best way to
enhance EOS system performance and
get the most out of EOS cameras.
There are solutions for virtually any
shooting situation.
Batteries
Wireless File Transmitters and
GPS Receivers
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Peripherals
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PHOTO PRINTERS
Compatible with EF Lenses, Cinema
EOS cameras are Canon’s entry into
the world of cinematography.
Cinema EOS Technology
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POWERSHOT CAMERAS
Built on some of the same technologies
as EOS cameras, PowerShot cameras offer
spectacular quality and control in a
compact and easy-to-use body.
PowerShot Lineup
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From large format to 4" x 6" prints,
Canon’s imagePROGRAF and PIXMA
photo printers enable photographers to
produce professional-grade photoprints
simply—almost anywhere, anytime.
Photo Printer Technology
Photo Printer Lineup
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REALIS PROJECTORS
The REALiS Multimedia Projectors from
Canon feature LCOS (Liquid Crystal on
Silicon) technology and AISYS (Aspectual
Illumination System) Optics, raising the
bar for quality in presentation.
Projector Technology
Projector Lineup
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EOS EDUCATION &
INSPIRATION
The Canon Digital Learning Center and
Canon Live Learning serve to educate,
inform and inspire EOS camera users.
Learn from professionals how to get
the maximum out of your EOS camera.
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conversion factor. Canon’s CMOS sensors
deliver outstanding resolution and signal
purity, making them ideal for the most critical
photo or video applications.
Full-Frame Canon CMOS Sensor
EOS 5D Mark III Full-Frame CMOS Sensor (actual size)
EOS TECHNOLOGY
The history of Canon EOS cameras is brimming with examples of technological
innovations that have set new industry standards for performance and usability.
And yet, at Canon, technology is never an end in itself. Every technological
advancement must yield tangible benefits to the user.
Does a new feature enable the camera to more quickly
and faithfully respond to the photographer’s will? Does
a new material or process improve the camera’s
long-term reliability? Canon EOS camera
advancements endure because they
enhance the photographic
experience, whether you are
a seasoned professional or a
beginner. Put simply, the
technologies of Canon
EOS cameras are impressive
because of the quality of
the images they enable
you to create.
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The Canon-manufactured full-frame
CMOS sensor delivers professional
performance with digital convenience.
EOS DSLR cameras with full-frame sensors, such
as the EOS-1D X, EOS 5D Mark III and EOS 6D
cameras, do not require a focal length conversion
factor common to other DSLR cameras on the
market. Instead, these cameras deliver the same
angle-of-view as 35mm film cameras, so the
working distance to the subject, with a given lens,
is the same as it would be on film. Since you can
use EF lenses on either 35mm film cameras or
Canon DSLR cameras with the same results, the
switch from film to digital is truly seamless.
High ISO – Whether shooting stills or video, Canon EOS cameras capture silky-smooth low-noise images that are sharp
with a wide dynamic range of color and tone, even at high ISO speeds.
Extensive ISO Range*
EOS cameras feature an extensive ISO range
for greater flexibility in diverse photographic
situations. The EOS-1D X camera features the
extended ISO range of ISO 100–51200 (L: 50,
H1: 102400, H2: 204800)! The EOS 5D Mark III
and EOS 6D cameras have an ISO range of ISO
100–25600 (L: 50, H1: 51200, H2: 102400). Even
at higher ISO settings where one might expect to
see a higher degree of noise, the renowned Canon
CMOS sensor and noise reduction system work
to help ensure superb image quality. Accordingly,
even demanding photographers can use EOS
cameras with confidence, no matter the light.
Effective Light-gathering
Canon CMOS Sensor
Taking advantage of its own proprietary
technologies, Canon develops and produces
its own CMOS sensors. Unlike CCD sensors,
CMOS sensors convert and amplify signals before
they are transferred to the image processor,
enabling them to produce exceptionally clean
image data and reduce power consumption by
as much as 90%. Data transfer speeds are
increased by using multi-channel signal paths
that help dramatically improve the camera’s
responsiveness. Canon’s CMOS sensors
incorporate a unique on-chip noise reduction
technology to deal with both fixed pattern and
random noise. In addition, a multilayer low-pass
filter is placed in front of the sensor to isolate
false colors that the sensor may detect. Then,
Canon’s own
Image Processor processes
the image to help eliminate those colors while
retaining full detail. CMOS sensors can also be
fabricated to full-frame 35mm dimensions, an
important consideration for photographers
who wish to use their lenses without a
APS-C (1.6x)
Full-Frame (1.0x)
When using the same lens with different cameras, the
angle-of-view varies depending on the sensor size.
Full-frame sensors provide greater control over
depth-of-field, which helps to create beautiful
background blur, perfect for portraits. The
large sensor area also helps to enable a
marked reduction in noise levels at all ISO
values. When combined with high resolution
and smooth gradation from highlights to
shadows, Canon DSLR cameras with full-frame
sensors produce images that rival those taken
with professional medium-format and largeformat film cameras. For maximum control and
dependable performance, the choice is simple —
Canon full-frame DSLR cameras.
The EOS-1D X camera’s sensor has 18.1 effective
megapixels with individual 6.95μm pixels, the
EOS 5D Mark III camera has a 22.3 megapixel
sensor with individual 6.25μm pixels, and the
EOS 6D camera has a 20.2 megapixel sensor with
individual 6.55μm pixels. An improved S/N ratio
plus a photodiode structure with an increased
photoelectric conversion rate on the EOS-1D X,
EOS 5D Mark III and EOS 6D cameras’ sensor
helps increase sensitivity by approximately 2
stops over previous models, meaning higher
ISOs with even lower noise.
Advanced 14-bit A/D Conversion
EOS cameras employ 14-bit converters to
process the output of the imaging sensor.
Compared to the 12-bit converters used in
most digital cameras, the Canon design helps
ensure smoother tonal transitions, more
natural gradations, and superb color fidelity.
RAW images are recorded at 14 bits so that
processed 16-bit TIFF images contain the full
range of tonal values captured by the sensor.
5+/5/4 Image Processor
Dual DIGIC 5+ Image Processors (EOS-1D X)
Designed to help
maximize the
performance
between the capture and recording stages of
digital photography, the
Image Processor
uses advanced signal processing technologies to
help enhance image quality and deliver a more
intuitive, responsive camera. Processors like
the
4 Image Processor speed up camera
operations such that advanced technologies like
Face Detection AF, Live View composing, and Full
HD video recording are simple and easy. Dual
5+ Image Processors provide accelerated
processing speed and performance while the
5+ Image Processor enables greater
noise reduction at higher ISOs. The
5
Image Processor turbocharges performance
with advanced functions like HDR Backlight
Control, Creative Filters and can even support
compensation for chromatic aberration in both
still and motion images.
EOS iSA System
The 100,000-pixel RGB Metering Sensor with a
4 Image Processor, found on
dedicated
the EOS-1D X camera, helps deliver substantial
improvements in evaluative ambient and flash
metering. The sensor has 252 distinct zones,
and reduces to 35 zones in low light. It detects
face and color to perform more accurate
subject recognition, which is used to enhance
the performance of the AE, E-TTL and AF systems.
* Standard output sensitivity. Recommended exposure index.
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Enabling the Next Generation of Live View Shooting
Realize the Freedom of Live View
Dual Pixel CMOS AF powers autofocus
performance similar to that of a camcorder
– but on a DSLR camera! Incredibly precise
focus is achieved quickly and over a large
area of the frame. Focus transitions, as when
acquiring focus or changing focus between
subjects, are smooth and natural, reminiscent
of how the human eye focuses. And once
focus is achieved, Dual Pixel CMOS AF helps
ensure that it stays locked in. Combined with
the predictive power of Movie Servo AF and
Canon Face Detection technology, even
your rapidly-moving subjects remain crisp
and clear.
Live View autofocus powered by Dual Pixel
CMOS AF is phenomenally accurate and faster
than ever. With the freedom of angle inherent
to a Vari-angle LCD monitor (as featured on
the EOS 70D digital SLR camera), you can
comfortably and conveniently shoot more
subjects, from more angles and vantage
points, as the situation dictates – confident
in the camera’s ability to provide outstanding
focus. Users can also take full advantage of
Live View-only features like Touch AF and Touch
Shutter for even more compositional freedom.
The Genius of Pixel Based AF
Dual Pixel CMOS AF structure
Dual Pixel CMOS AF represents a rethinking
of how to achieve and maintain focus in Live
View. Since the camera’s mirror is up during
Live View shooting, the viewfinder’s conventional phase-difference detection AF cannot be
used. As a result, most cameras with Live View
shooting have sensor-based AF systems that
use contrast detection AF, which calculates
focus by noting contrast differences in the
image and moving the lens back and forth to
achieve focus. This takes considerably longer
than phase-difference detection. For speedier
focus, Dual Pixel CMOS AF locks and tracks
focus on the first try, without hesitation.
Dual Pixel CMOS AF applicable area
The shooting (Live View display) area
Dual Pixel CMOS AF is a cutting-edge technology from Canon that unlocks the potential of Live View,
changing forever the way users will capture still images and video with a DSLR camera. Dual Pixel
CMOS AF powers incredibly smooth and consistent autofocus – similar to that of a camcorder – during
video shooting. It also enables phenomenally accurate and faster-than-ever focus through an LCD
monitor, allowing the photographer to realize the compositional freedom of Live View. And
compatibility with 103* Canon EF lenses empowers expanded creative options. This
revolutionary autofocus system unleashes wonderful new possibilities for creative expression
with dynamic, high quality still and video capture choices for more situations than ever before.
Compatible with 103* Canon
EF Lenses
103* Canon EF lenses are able to fully
realize the benefits of Dual Pixel CMOS AF.
Compatible lenses greatly expand creative
and compositional possibilities so users can
enjoy a wide range of endeavors made
possible through various lenses whether
shooting still images or video. Canon STM
lenses help ensure quiet operation during
video capture. In short, thanks to Dual Pixel
CMOS AF, Canon’s renowned superb optics
can now combine with Live View and video
capture as never before, offering expanded
creative possibilities.
photodiode
signals
Focus is achieved
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A Revolution in Autofocus
Unlocks the Potential of Live View
Shoot Video Like a Camcorder
The signals of photodiode A and B
are in agreement.
Driving
the lens
photodiode A
photodiode B
Signals from each photodiode
are detected (illustration of two
image signals being detected)
The amount of lens drive is
calculated from the amount of
signal difference (amount of
shift) in the AF points
This differs from existing
contrast AF in that it makes it
possible to focus on the first
try, without hesitation
The same principle as phase-difference detection AF
Dual Pixel CMOS AF is a cutting-edge Canon
technology, made possible by a sophisticated
redesigning of the CMOS sensor. Traditionally,
image sensors have one photodiode per pixel,
but the CMOS sensor on the EOS 70D camera
has two photodiodes per pixel, enabling each
pixel on the sensor to both perform phase-difference detection autofocus and capture light
– a first for EOS cameras. Phase-difference
detection AF enables the camera to calculate
proper lens placement for precise focus nearly
instantly, so autofocus is achieved more
smoothly and quickly than ever in Live View.
This unique Dual Pixel CMOS AF system
accomplishes autofocus on 80% of the image
plane, vertically and horizontally, and helps
ensure virtually no loss in image quality.
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s of July 2, 2013.
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mechanism, and the sub-mirror has two
balancers and two bounce-lock mechanisms,
thus effectively controlling mirror bounce. This
contributes not only to high-speed continuous
shooting, but also a stable viewfinder image
plus greater AF and AE accuracy.
AF Modes
Face & Tracking Priority AF – It detects faces
and enables the camera to focus and track the
selected face by switching the AF points. After
detection, face tracking will continue even if the
face turns to the side view. Other parts of the
body besides the face can also be selected on
the monitor and can be tracked in the same way.
Canon EOS cameras feature a number of dedicated
autofocus modes designed to enhance reliability in
specific shooting situations. One-Shot AF mode is
ideal for static subjects — the camera rapidly
selects the optimum focusing point, and the
subject is instantly brought into focus even if it is
off-center. AI Servo AF mode is excellent for moving
subjects. Aided by a highly intelligent predictive
focusing algorithm, it precisely tracks subject
movement across the wide AF coverage area,
automatically shifting the active focusing point
vertically and horizontally as required. AI Focus AF
mode, in which the camera automatically decides
between One-Shot and AI Servo AF modes based on
subject movement, is ideal for shooting unpredictable subjects. The AI Servo AF III, found on the
EOS-1D X and EOS 5D Mark III cameras, uses more
advanced algorithms for even better predictive
focus tracking performance when shooting
subjects with unpredictable movement. Even
difficult, high-magnification subjects, such as a
flower in a breeze, are captured accurately with a
Canon macro lens using these tracking algorithms.
With the firmware update†, the viewfinder of
the EOS-1D X can now be illuminated in red
(intermittently) when the shutter button is
pressed halfway during AI Servo AF, for easy
viewing and shooting in low light.
High-Speed Shooting
Diverse AF Shooting Options
The AF system found on the EOS-1D X combines
fast 16-channel data readout from the camera’s
18.1 Megapixel CMOS sensor, the processing
speed of the Dual
5+ Image Processors
with a speedier shutter and mirror system to
raise the performance bar for all digital cameras,
all while capturing images full-frame. A mirror
mechanism provides improved AF precision,
speed and stability. The main mirror is equipped
with two balancers and one bounce-lock
On the EOS-1D X and EOS 5D Mark III cameras,
there are 6 AF point selection methods: spot,
single point, single point and adjacent 4 points,
single point and adjacent 8 points, zone selection
and full automatic, plus there’s a dedicated AF
configuration tool for control of AI Servo AF tracking
parameters. And to manage all of the shooting
options, both the EOS-1D X and EOS 5D Mark III
have a dedicated AF menu tab, so AF settings are
faster and easier to access than ever before.
Live View Multi-point AF (Zone select)
Touch AF
Face & Tracking Priority AF
FlexiZone Multi mode – It divides the scene
into 31 AF zones and uses special algorithms
that give priority to the center and closer
subject for focusing. Taking advantage of the
touch screen LCD monitor featured on select
EOS cameras, users can simply touch one of
nine zones (center left, center right, center,
center top, center bottom, and the four corners)
and select it for automatic focusing. For
selecting a single AF point, cameras with a
touch screen also feature Touch AF.
©Sandy Puc’
Autofocus Technology
The EOS System leads the way in
professional AF technology with
multi-point AF systems that deliver
an ever-increasing combination of
accuracy and speed in diverse situations. The
EOS-1D X and EOS 5D Mark III cameras are a
benchmark in AF technology, with a 61-Point
High Density Reticular AF. It has improved
tracking, 5 central dual cross-type points (f/2.8
diagonal), 21 central cross-type points (f/5.6
horizontal & vertical) and 20 outer cross-type
points (f/4.0 horizontal), and is remarkably
sensitive in low-light situations (EV -2 for a
central point with an f/2.8 lens). It remains stable
in adverse conditions, with secondary imaging
lenses that use temperature and humidity
resistant glass molding. With the EOS-1D X
firmware update†, cross-type autofocusing is
possible when the maximum aperture of a Canon
EF lens becomes f/8 with an EF extender attached.
Enhanced Subject Tracking
Reliable subject identification and tracking
features significantly improve a camera’s
performance in any number of situations. As
5 central dual
cross-type points
(f/2.8 lenses)
20 outer
cross-type points
(f/4.0 lenses)
21 central
cross-type points
(f/5.6 lenses)
Leading-Edge AF Technology — The EOS-1D X incorporates
a highly advanced 61-Point High Density Reticular AF that
delivers exceptional focus accuracy. It provides multi-zone
wide area coverage for better tracking and astonishing AF
performance in low light.
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1 central
cross-type point
(f/8 maximum
aperture lens /
extender combination)#
#Available only on EOS-1D X with firmware update
seen on the EOS-1D X camera, EOS iTR AF can
use both face detection and color to track a
subject. With acceleration and deceleration
tracking, the EOS-1D X’s AI Servo AF system can
adjust response and react to sudden stops and
starts, perfect especially for sports and wildlife
photography. Specific parameters can be adjusted
and refined and saved in the AF menu for later use.
Enhanced Live View Focusing
Innovative AF systems also enhance continuous
subject autofocusing and tracking in Live View
shooting on select EOS cameras.
Hybrid CMOS AF – It combines two distinct
technologies, phase and contrast detection AF, to
increase autofocus speed during Live View and
video shooting on the EOS Rebel T5i and EOS M
cameras. Hybrid CMOS AF is aided by pixels
on the camera’s CMOS sensor that assist in
predicting subject location, making continuous
focus tracking quick and accurate in video
recording while enhancing focusing speed.
Performance capabilities are extended with a
number of selectable zones. And featured on
the EOS Rebel SL1 camera, Hybrid CMOS AF II
offers a widened focus area covering 80% of
the image plane, vertically and horizontally, for
increased focus accuracy and speed.
12.0 fps — Proprietary Canon technologies in the EOS-1D X deliver state-of-the-art performance: an astounding continuous
shooting speed of 12.0 fps* (RAW+JPEG) up to a maximum of 14.0 fps (JPEG) in Super High Speed Mode at full resolution.
Superlative Exposure Control
Canon EOS cameras incorporate advanced
exposure control systems, offering the
photographer exceptionally precise AE (auto
exposure) with a wide range of metering
options. Full-frame evaluative metering
incorporates the camera’s multi-zone sensor
reading with specific focusing point data. The
onboard microcomputer compares input from
all zones and calculates optimum exposure
even in the most challenging lighting situations. Advanced photographers can choose
from among several additional metering
Multi-zone Metering — Canon’s sophisticated Multi-zone
Evaluative Metering System considers not only the active
focusing point, but also a range of metered values
throughout the frame to determine correct exposure even
in difficult lighting.
options. Center-Weighted metering is available
for a more traditional pattern. Partial metering
limits readings to sensor zones in the center of
the image area, offering more area-specific
control. Spot readings can be taken at the
center of the frame area or, with some models,
linked to an AF point. With certain EOS cameras,
up to eight separate spot meter readings can
be recorded and averaged. For cameras like the
EOS 5D Mark III, EOS 6D, EOS 60D and EOS 70D,
Canon developed the iFCL (Intelligent Focus
Color Luminance) 63-zone dual-layer metering
system to incorporate the color wavelength
surrounding the chosen focus point to help
ensure more natural color rendition. The
extraordinary exposure control technology that
Canon has created is also fully integrated with
the flash photography tools of the EOS System.
E-TTL (Evaluative Through-The-Lens) and E-TTL II
autoflash systems work in combination with
the camera’s multi-zone metering sensor to
help take the guesswork out of flash photography.
(See the Speedlite section for more details.)
*The maximum continuous shooting speed is restricted
to up to 10 fps when the battery charge is less than 50%
or when ISO speed is above 32000. If the camera’s
internal temperature is low and ISO speed is above
20000, the maximum continuous shooting speed is
restricted to up to 10 fps.
† The EOS-1D X firmware update is available at:
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Movie Crop
The Movie Crop function on the
EOS 60D camera enables zooming
at 7x the captured focal length for
distant action and extreme close-ups. This
feature is perfect when the chosen subject is
in a crowd, like a specific athlete, or when it’s
impossible to get close to the action. Recorded
as a VGA video, Movie Crop shots are perfect for
emailing, posting online, or editing into other
video clips.
EOS Full HD Video Advantage
Select EOS cameras feature 1920 x 1080 Full HD video
capture and offer the enhanced image quality, smooth frame
rates and adaptive exposure compensation necessary in
professional movie-making tools. By shooting video with an
EOS camera, it’s simple to take advantage of the image
quality and characteristics intrinsic to large sensor cameras,
resulting in richer, more detailed and more diverse images.
The large sensor found in EOS cameras means more high
quality pixels plus the potential to shoot at higher ISO
sensitivities without loss of detail.
EOS Full HD Video
Manual Control
Depth-of-field
EOS cameras increase shooting
flexibility for the videographer
in that they allow for full use of
Canon EF and EF-S lenses, including wide-angle,
macro, super-telephoto, tilt-shift and fisheye,
providing a wealth of focal lengths, depth-offield and other creative shooting options once
reserved for still photography. All Live View AF
features can also be used in shooting video, and
playback modes are available in-camera, with
sound. Combined with their size, image quality
and flexibility, EOS cameras with Full HD video
capture are superlative all-in-one, multimedia
image-capturing tools.
For complete creative decision-making on the
go, select EOS cameras offer flexible manual
controls for their movie modes. Not only can
one take advantage of the range of ISO
sensitivities, it’s simple to control exposure
and depth-of-field, all of which can have a
profound effect on the mood of a scene. It’s all
as easy as the press of a button. By controlling
depth-of-field, it’s simple to create gorgeous
background blur. Exposure can be determined
and set even in complex lighting situations,
maintaining the same look and feel throughout
an entire scene, not just the initial shot.
Large CMOS Sensor
For accurate focus tracking during video shooting,
Canon developed Movie Servo AF, found on select
EOS cameras. Movie Servo AF takes advantage of
the Hybrid CMOS AF systems on the EOS Rebel
T5i, EOS Rebel SL1 and EOS M cameras, and the
Dual Pixel CMOS AF system on the new EOS 70D
camera. It locks focus on its subject with great
speed and tracks it, throughout the composition,
to keep it focused. Movie Servo AF automatically
tracks subjects’ distance as their position moves
through the frame. On the EOS 70D, Dual Pixel
CMOS AF and Movie Servo AF work in concert
to provide smooth and consistent autofocus
tracking, even on fast-moving subjects. When
cameras featuring Movie Servo AF are used with
one of Canon’s STM lenses, continuous AF
performance is remarkably quieter and smoother.
When shooting a video on an EOS camera, it’s
simple to control each shot’s depth-of-field, an
option previously available only when filming
with expensive professional cinema cameras.
Thanks to the physical size of the CMOS sensors
in EOS cameras, combined with the large
maximum apertures achieved by Canon lenses,
depth-of-field, or lack thereof, can be a creative
decision reached solely by the photographer. If
a large aperture is chosen, thus creating
shallow depth-of-field, evocative, dramatic
moving images with blurred backgrounds can
be attained with ease, something simply not
possible with smaller sensors or compact
cameras. If everything must be in focus,
shooting with a small aperture helps ensure
phenomenal depth-of-field, for illustrative
landscapes, architecture or anything else
where all details must be recorded. The drama,
beauty and mood achievable by controlling a
video clip’s depth-of-field cannot be overstated
— and an EOS camera controls it with ease.
With amazing Canon CMOS sensors, video is
easy to shoot, and looks better than ever before.
Large sensors provide a look and perspective
impossible to achieve with traditional video
cameras, and the quality must be seen to be
believed. Large sensors also capture more
light, and can record at high ISO sensitivities
with less digital grain and reduced image noise.
This enables low-light shooting, without loss of
detail, in situations previously impossible without
artificial light. Although many devices offer HD
recording, the quality of video captured by an
EOS camera and its CMOS sensor is markedly
vibrant and truer to life.
Movie Servo AF
Movie Servo AF – Movie Servo AF allows continuous autofocus tracking of moving subjects while recording video.
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Video Snapshot
With the Video Snapshot feature,
found on select EOS cameras, short
video clips (of 2, 4 or 8 seconds)
can be stitched together, in-camera, into one
video file as a “snapshot album”, perfect for
sharing online, or displaying to an HDTV directly
from the camera. In the EOS 70D, EOS Rebel T5i
and EOS Rebel SL1 cameras, the Video Snapshot
feature makes in-camera editing even simpler:
still images can be recorded during video
shooting simply by pressing the camera’s
shutter button. During playback, video clips in
an album can be reordered or deleted.
Creative Capabilities with EOS Lenses
From fisheye to super-telephoto, the amazing
Canon EF, EF-S and EF-M lenses offer a
stunning combination of sharpness, speed,
compactness and flexibility — the perfect
complement to a user’s creativity. With the ability
to create images of great beauty and with
controlled depth-of-field, interchangeable
lenses bring video shooting to a whole new
level. And the range of focal lengths is simply
staggering. With over 60 lenses available,
including the Canon EF 8–15mm f/4L Fisheye
USM, the world’s first real fisheye zoom lens
that functions as a circular fisheye and fullframe fisheye for a full size CMOS sensor, and
as a full-frame fisheye for APS-C sizes, there’s
an EF or EF-S lens for everyone. No matter the
photographer, no matter the situation, Canon
lenses help ensure quality results.
Sound Recording Level Adjustment
To ensure the best possible recording of
sound, a number of EOS cameras offer a host of
user-controlled sound recording adjustments.
The manual sound recording level can be
adjusted to one of 64 levels, and an optional
wind filter can minimize unwanted excess
sounds. Whether recording through an external
microphone (on certain EOS models) or through
the camera’s internal mic, this important
feature means more audible voices, less
unwanted noise, and better overall sound.
Movie Digital Zoom
Movie Digital Zoom, found on models like the
EOS 70D and EOS Rebel T3i cameras, make it
possible to zoom while shooting video from
3x to 10x, adding a whole new level of drama
to video clips.
Automatic Splitting of Video Files
The FAT file system’s 4GB size limit cannot be
changed, but it no longer has to interrupt video
capture. Should a video file reach the 4GB limit
during shooting on select EOS cameras, a new
file is automatically created, enabling recording
to continue without interruption. Sequential
files can later be joined in an editor with
seamless results.
Advanced Video Recording Options
Shooting HD video with an EOS camera, it’s
simple to take advantage of the image quality
and characteristics intrinsic to cameras with
large sensors. Found on all EOS cameras, the
large sensor means more high quality pixels,
the potential to shoot at higher ISO sensitivities
without loss of detail and full use of Canon EF
and EF-S/EF-M lenses with their wealth of focal
lengths, depth-of-field and other creative
shooting features. Most EOS cameras feature
1920 x 1080 Full HD video capture, delivering
professional frame rates, adaptive exposure
tools and phenomenal image quality. Select
EOS DSLR cameras offer users a choice between
All-I and IPB compression and support High
Profile under the H.264/MPEG-4 AVC standard,
combining high image quality with high coding
efficiency and producing files that are well
suited for transmission or broadcast. It automatically splits files greater than 4GB (FAT
limitation) without interruption and offers the
option of timecoding at all times (Free Run) or
only during recording (Rec Run), useful for
multi-camera shots. It also features improved
sound recording adjustment capabilities,
offering 64-step volume control accessible
through the quick settings screen during video
shooting. The sensor technology in select
models significantly increases image quality,
reducing color artifacts and moiré.
Interchangeable EF/EF-S/EF-M Lenses – Creative video shooting is at your fingertips.
Frame Rates
In select models, EOS Full HD video can be
captured at 1920 x 1080 resolution, for up to
4GB per clip. Videos are saved as MOV files
and can be viewed in Full HD with HDMI output.
Other recording sizes include HD at 1280 x 720
(50/60 fps) or SD/VGA at 640 x 480 (50/60 fps).
No matter the end-application, the proper
resolution and frame rate is easily defined
with EOS cameras.
Resolution
fps
1920 x 1080 (Full HD)
30P (29.97), 25P, 24P (23.976)
1280 x 720 (HD)
60P (59.94), 50P
640 x 480 (SD)
60P (59.94), 50P
Macro lenses let you
get up close for
detailed shots of small
subjects.
Wide-angle lenses are
perfect for shooting in tight
spaces or to capture large
expanses.
Fisheye lenses impart an
extraordinary perspective and
angle-of-view far beyond the
limits of human vision.
Tilt-shift lenses allow you
to control the area of focus.
Telephoto lenses
Canon’s amazing telephoto lenses
bring the action closer, emphasizing
the subject at hand.
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Intelligent Viewfinder – Change your viewfinder display to match any situation.
AF point automatic selection – The camera automatically chooses the correct AF point.
Spot metering display – Focus with a central,
circular zone for accurate exposure control.
Dual Axis Electronic Level Sensor
­ F point expansion – Focus with a selected AF point
A
and points surrounding it. Great for moving subjects.
­ one AF – The AF points are divided into five
Z
focusing zones, useful for off-center shots.
Developed by Canon and
featured in the EOS-1D X,
EOS 5D Mark III and EOS 7D
cameras, the brilliant Dual Axis
Electronic Level display aids in achieving
perfectly oriented shots. Visible in the
viewfinder and on the camera’s LCD monitor,
in both Live View mode or as a standalone,
and capable of displaying both roll and pitch
in 1° increments, the Dual Axis Electronic
Level Sensor is invaluable for architecture,
macro photography, video, or any situation
where critical composition is important.
Unique Shooting Opportunities with the Vari-angle LCD Monitor
Low-angle position
High-angle position
Grid display – Useful for scenes where horizontal
or vertical lines are stressed, such as architecture.
Hide all – An unobstructed view lets you get
close to your subject and capture detail.
AI Servo AF tracking display – Provides instant
feedback of AF points tracking a moving subject.
Intelligent Viewfinder
Viewfinder
An Intelligent Viewfinder uses a
transparent LCD monitor to
superimpose a customizable
combination of focus points,
gridlines and other shooting information
within the viewfinder. Whereas the
representation of AF points and metering
areas are static with standard viewfinders, the
Intelligent Viewfinder allows the information
to be displayed, adjusted, or hidden with
ease. This means less distraction and more
clarity to view the image in its entirety. The
Intelligent Viewfinder includes a Grid Display
and in Spot Metering mode, the specific area
metered is shown.
No matter the camera’s specifications, a clear, bright viewfinder is
the photographer’s first tool for
great images. Canon innovates
with their viewfinders, especially in the
EOS-1D X, EOS 5D Mark III and EOS 7D cameras,
by offering approx. 100% viewfinder coverage,
and several EOS SLR cameras have a larger
pentaprism for higher viewfinder magnification.
These cameras offer the best view of any EOS
digital camera to date. All EOS DSLR cameras
offer dioptric correction and several EOS DSLR
cameras have a number of different viewfinder
accessories, including up to 11 different focus
screens available for almost any application.
Spot AF – Focuses on an even smaller area for
precise focus on small subjects.
programmable function buttons located on the
front of the camera that enable fast access to
frequently used features the photographer
specifies. Its vertical grip is redesigned for
comfort and familiarity, and combined with a
vertical position Multi-controller, provides every
option and button found in the horizontal for
uninterrupted, intuitive shooting no matter
the camera’s orientation. Plus, the EOS-1D X’s
Multi Electronic Lock allows the Main Dial,
Quick Control Dial and Multi-controller to be all
locked, individually or together.
Viewfinder display with Intelligent Viewfinder
Vari-angle Touch Screen
3.0-inch Clear View LCD
Monitor II
camera grips or tripods. As an added plus, the
EOS 70D and EOS Rebel T5i cameras’ LCD
monitor has touch screen capabilities for more
intuitive control.
Live View Function
M.Fn Button
View of rear LCD monitor with Live View
M.Fn 2 Button
Superb Ergonomics
EOS cameras not only produce phenomenal
images, they are designed to be comfortable to
use and carry all day long. From bright viewfinders,
to tactile buttons and knobs, Canon is constantly
refining ergonomics based on the feedback of
real users. Canon’s Custom functions further
enable photographers to tailor features and
operations to their shooting style.
The EOS-1D X has
Depth-of-Field
Preview Button
Vertical-Grip
M.Fn 2 Button
Vertical-Grip
Depth-of Field
Preview Button
AE lock Button
AF ON Button
Vertical-Position
Multi-Controller
Button
Vertical-Position
Grip Button
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Forward position
Vari-angle LCD Monitor
Found on select EOS cameras,
the brilliant Canon Vari-angle
3.0-inch Clear View LCD
monitor and Vari-angle Touch
Screen 3.0-inch Clear View LCD monitor II with
180° vertical rotation set new standards for
clarity and flexibility. Designed to flip out
from the back of the camera, the Vari-angle
monitor’s 180° rotation means it can be
adjusted for low angle or high angle and can
even be positioned forward directly at the
subject (when facing the subject, the displayed
image automatically flips, showing a rightside-up mirror image, perfect for self-portraits).
Because the monitor opens out sideways, it
switches between low and high angle shooting
without interfering with the use of auxiliary
Canon’s spectacular Live View
shooting is now available on
all current EOS cameras. Live
View Function, where the photographer can
compose and shoot directly from the camera’s
LCD monitor, is an indispensable feature for
creative photography in any number of
situations. It enables the photographer to
Multi-control Dial
on EOS 60D
zoom in and navigate the composition 5x or
10x its normal size, while enabling critical
focus and allowing more attention to detail.
Users can even choose a grid overlay, perfect
for architectural photography. In the studio,
Live View Function can be used remotely (via a
computer) through the camera’s USB
connection (via the Gigabit Ethernet port on
the EOS-1D X), or wirelessly if the optional
Wireless File Transmitter is used.
Live View Focusing
Canon’s Live View Function includes 3 focusing
modes: Quick mode, Live mode, and
Face Detection Live mode. In Quick mode,
One-Shot AF is set automatically and the AF
point is selectable even while the Live View
image is displayed. In Live mode, AF can be
started by pressing the AE button for either
AF mode. In Face Detection Live mode, the
largest face near center is detected initially,
but the multi-controller can be used to select
any face detected.
Live View Function – With Live View Function, images
can be composed and captured from the camera’s LCD
monitor, including the ability to zoom in up to 10x.
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Lens Peripheral Illumination
Correction
Custom Function
Camera operations are enhanced by Custom
Functions, conceptualized and developed by
Canon. Custom Functions enable photographers
to tailor features and operating functions to suit
their own shooting style, or to optimize camera
performance for specific subjects, shooting
conditions or a signature style.
Advanced RAW+JPEG Recording
(in-camera processing)
Another feature available in Canon’s newest
EOS cameras is Canon’s Lens Peripheral
Illumination Correction feature. Taking into
account the lens in use, this feature automatically
brightens the light level at the four corners of
Auto Lighting Optimizer Disable
Lens Peripheral Illumination Correction ON
Auto Lighting Optimizer High
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Maximum Durability
and Performance
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For professionals who demand
nothing less than the best, EOS
cameras are designed to perform
admirably and consistently no
matter the situation. Many EOS
bodies are constructed of rigid,
high-strength magnesium-alloy
for rugged performance and
professional cameras like the
EOS-1D X and EOS 5D Mark III
feature weather sealing surfaces
and connection points for seamless performance
in wet and dusty situations. The EOS-1D X even
has a lightweight shutter with carbon-fiber
blades that can maintain up to 14.0 fps*
performance without compromise, for up to
400,000 cycles and has a minimum shutter
release lag of 36ms (when shooting at
maximum aperture).
surface of the sensor’s IR-cut/Low-pass filter
cleans itself automatically with ultrasonic
vibrations every time the camera is turned on
or off. Removed dust adheres to material
around the filter to help it stay off. With DPP,
dust missed by the cleaning unit can be
captured by Canon’s Dust Delete Data Detection
and can be erased from the image file.
EOS Integrated Cleaning System
Ultrasonic Wave Motion Cleaning
Canon has designed an
Integrated Cleaning
System with a Self
Cleaning sensor unit customized to the
specifications and performance characteristics
of each EOS camera that helps combat stray
dust that can enter the camera when changing
a lens or when out in the field. The front
Found on the EOS-1D X camera,
Canon’s amazing new integrated
dust removal cleaning uses a
carrier wave type self-cleaning
sensor unit. While previous dust removal
systems removed dust adhered to the surface
of the infrared absorbing/ultraviolet-blocking
glass in a frontward direction by vibrating
Built to Perform – Canon EOS cameras are built to go wherever your photography takes
you. Select cameras are sealed for dustproof and drip-proof measures (EOS-1D X shown).
the glass with ultrasound, the new system
effectively rolls rather than shakes the dust
particles off, removing an even greater amount
of dust, especially smaller particles. As with
previous cameras, the IR/UV absorbing glass
Best described as “digital
negatives”, RAW images contain
pre-processed image data as
captured by the sensor and,
with post-processing, they yield
the highest image quality possible from an
EOS camera. While professionals and advanced
amateurs often prefer to shoot in RAW mode,
JPEG images take up significantly less storage
space and are often more immediately pleasing
to the eye. With Canon’s EOS cameras, images
can be captured in a number of RAW and JPEG
modes, depending on the camera’s sensor, as
well as record numerous combinations of RAW,
sRAW and JPEG images simultaneously. Several
models even offer in-camera post processing.
Select EOS cameras feature in-camera post
processing with image correction options like
white balance, brightness, picture style and
more, plus image resizing with JPEG images.
Additional features include Expanded Quick
Control functions during playback like image
protect, image rotate, rating, RAW image
processing, resize, highlight alert, AF point
and image jump, meaning a streamlined
workflow can begin in the field.
Auto Lighting Optimizer
in front of the EOS-1D X’s sensor is treated
with an anti-dust fluorine coating making it
easier to remove damp or sticky dust particles.
*T he maximum continuous shooting speed is restricted to 10 fps when the battery charge is less than 50% or when ISO speed is above 32000.
If the camera’s internal temperature is low and ISO speed is above 20000, the maximum continuous shooting speed is restricted to 10 fps.
The Auto Lighting Optimizer automatically
corrects image exposure to help ensure
accurate brightness and contrast. It can
actually brighten areas of the composition
while maintaining highlight details and
accurate exposure in others, or darken areas
of composition while maintaining brightness
and shadow details in others. This remarkable
feature is available as both an automatic
feature in Full Auto and Creative Auto shooting
modes, and can be used and fine-tuned in
other modes. The Canon Auto Lighting Optimizer
ensures beautifully exposed images that
require little to no post-production work.
Lens Chromatic Aberration Correction
Lens Peripheral Illumination Correction OFF
the composition where light falloff may have
occurred. Peripheral illumination characteristics
and correction data are detected automatically
on a number of Canon lenses and can be
entered manually through Canon’s EOS utility
software. This function can be applied when
shooting to JPEG images, and in post-processing
with RAW images.
With the EOS-1D X camera and its Dual
5+ Image Processors, the EOS 5D Mark III,
EOS 6D and EOS 70D cameras’
5+
Image Processor, and the EOS Rebel T5i,
EOS Rebel SL1 and EOS M cameras’
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Image Processor, chromatic aberration in Canon
lenses can be corrected at the time of shooting.
Select EOS cameras can read the correction
data from lenses, and those lenses can be
registered to the camera. These cameras can
even distinguish between different lenses of
the same model by supporting registration of
serial numbers (with compatible EF lenses).
Lens Chromatic Aberration
Correction ON
Lens Chromatic Aberration
Correction OFF
Highlight Tone Priority
Loss of highlight detail is one of the greatest
concerns for photographers shooting digitally
in brightly lit and contrasty situations. Canon’s
Highlight Tone Priority function calculates the
exposure to
expand the
image’s
dynamic
range so that
more detail is
Highlight Tone Priority: OFF
preserved in
highlights.
This renders a
more continuous tone
image without
blown highHighlight Tone Priority: ON
lights, and
helps to save time in post-processing for
highlight retrieval.
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Shooting Modes
Beyond normal shooting modes
such as Auto, Aperture priority
and Shutter priority, select
EOS cameras offer shooting
features such as Picture Style
technology, which optimizes
camera settings for subjects like
landscapes and portraits, even monochromes.
For even more creative imaging freedom, Canon
developed Basic+. Basic+ makes it easy to
create whatever image effects desired. Basic+
has two initial option categories: In “Shoot by
ambiance selection,” standard white balance
and exposure compensation are altered
according to the chosen ambience, such as
vivid, soft, warm, intense, cool, brighter, darker
and monochrome. In “Shoot by lighting or scene
type,” white balance is adjusted according to
selections like daylight, cloudy, shade, tungsten,
fluorescent and sunset. These features,
complemented by the Canon Auto Lighting
Optimizer, Lens Peripheral Illumination Correction,
Highlight Tone Priority and Noise Reduction
feature help ensure accurate, nuanced results.
EOS In-camera Features Give Your Photos a Creative Edge:
Picture Style Settings Help Fine-tune Images to Match Your Scene
Art Bold Effect
Multiple Exposure Mode
Bright – A number of images are merged into a single
image in-camera for incredible creative compositions.
Continuous Shooting Priority – Capture fast-action
photography on a single image.
High Dynamic Range Mode
Landscape – Great for shooting nature scenes and blue skies, this setting enhances the blues
and greens typical in landscapes, and enhances saturation, contrast and sharpening.
Scene Intelligent Auto
Creative Filters
Fun, in-camera filters give images a unique look:
Water Painting Effect
Picture Style
Auto
Auto
Exposure
Auto Lighting
Optimizer
Scene Intelligent Auto
Auto Focus
Auto White
Balance
Scene Intelligent Auto, found
on select EOS cameras, merges
a number of very complex
measurements into settings
that will ensure photographs of gorgeous tonality,
accurate color, sharp focus and phenomenal detail.
Creative Filters
Picture Style Technology
Select EOS models borrow several popular
creative filters like those found in Canon’s
popular PowerShot cameras, like Grainy B&W,
Fisheye Effect, Toy Camera Effect, Miniature
Effect, Art Bold Effect and Water Painting Effect.
On the EOS Rebel SL1 camera, Miniature Effect
can also be applied to videos. Each effect can be
applied in three different levels (low, standard
and strong), and easily previewed on the
LCD panel in Live View on the EOS 70D,
EOS Rebel T5i and EOS Rebel SL1 cameras.
With the myriad features
and settings available,
even the best photographer
might occasionally have
doubts as to whether all
of the camera settings are optimal for the
shot. Canon’s ingenious Picture Style feature
comes to the rescue, providing a number of
user-friendly presets, including standard,
neutral and landscape, giving the ability to
fine-tune the images the camera produces.
They enable the photographer to make optimal
choices based simply on the type of shooting.
These presets can be used in much the same
way one would use different types of film, and
more can be created using Canon’s included
Picture Style Editor Software. Individual
camera settings – such as sharpening, contrast,
Multi-Aspect Ratios
For the ultimate in custom
shooting, select EOS models
are able to shoot in a number
of aspect ratios, like 4:3, 3:2,
16:9, and even 1:1 for square compositions!
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Monochrome – This setting emulates the color filters of
silver halide film for bold black and white images and
allows for red, green and other types of filter work.
Twilight – Capture the subtle vibrancy of colors illuminated
by the soft glow of the receding sun using the twilight
setting. (Extended Function, online support only.)
color tone, and saturation – can be overridden if
need be. Select EOS models even feature Picture
Style Auto, which automatically determines
the best style for a particular scene.
Multiple Exposure Control
Cameras like the EOS-1D X,
EOS 5D Mark III, EOS 6D and
EOS 70D offer multiple
exposure shooting modes for
film-like image creation, with the convenience
of in-camera processing. It offers up to four
compositing methods for proper exposure
and composition: additive, average, bright
and dark (the EOS 6D and EOS 70D feature
additive and average only). Multiple exposure
shots from 2 to 9 are stored as one final image
and can be taken in both RAW and JPEG
shooting modes.
Miniature Effect
High Dynamic Range
Perfect for capturing scenes
with extreme highlights or
shadow, HDR (High Dynamic
Range) shooting, a feature
found on the EOS 5D Mark III,
EOS 6D and EOS 70D cameras, merges three
images of varying exposure, in-camera, capturing
a broad range of shadow and highlight detail
and delivering an image with stunning tonal
range. Adjustable to cover a range of ±3 stops,
and with five different effect settings (Natural,
Art Standard, Vivid, Bold and Embossed), on
the EOS 5D Mark III camera, HDR recording
expands the parameters of the light and dark
detail a camera can actually record, displaying
a range of depth and detail previously
impossible in image capture.
High Dynamic Range – The camera automatically takes three shots at different exposures generating
a single composite image with a wide dynamic range, great for landscapes.
Enhanced GUI
(Feature Guide, Easier Menu System)
While Canon’s Graphical User Interface has
long been the industry standard, Canon is
constantly refining and developing new
features for a smoother user experience.
Accordingly, the GUI has been revamped for
the EOS-1D X and EOS 5D Mark III cameras
based on the response and feedback of
professional users. Its Graphic User Interface
is faster, more precise and more intuitive than
ever. The menu structure has been redesigned
so that frequently used functions previously
buried in the menu hierarchy are brought to
the front. Operations previously assigned to
buttons, controls, menus and custom functions
have been consolidated for quick access in
the menu, ensuring the photographer can
concentrate on shooting images with the
knowledge that the camera’s settings are just
right. Select EOS cameras offer operational
help through the press of the Info button,
identifying features quickly, instructing on
their use and minimizing confusion, even for
photographers operating the camera for the
first time.
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Wireless Transmitter Technology
— Wireless and Wireless LAN Functions —
As quickly as the DSLR
camera has become
commonplace in the
hands of professional
photographers and
enthusiasts alike, so
too has wireless
communication
progressed between
the camera and
external components.
The EOS DSLRs have a
Wireless File Transmitter
number of dedicated
WFT-E6A
Wireless File Transmitters
that keep the camera connected to the
wireless world, simply, with tremendous
speed. Whether connected through a port on
the side of the camera, or incorporated into a
camera-integrated design – some units serve
as an auxiliary handgrip – Canon Wireless
Transmitters can connect securely to Local
Area Networks (LAN) wirelessly (with a range
up to approximately 500 feet) or directly, and
can connect and upload to FTP (File Transfer
Protocol) or dedicated WFT Servers.
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External Media
Linked Shooting
Transfer images
to an FTP server
Wirelessly trigger
shooting by slave
cameras linked to
a master camera
EOS Utility
Use EOS Utility to
capture, view, and
download images
remotely
Media Server
Record or backup images onto external media
GPS
Connected
by a USB cable
View images on a
DLNA-compatible
TV or other devices
WFT Server
Use a web browser
to capture, view,
and download
images remotely
Connected
via Bluetooth
Add the latitude, longitude, altitude, date and time,
and other shooting information to images
USB Host capability also allows connectivity
to some external hard drives for added
storage options.
Fast, Reliable Image Data Transfer – The
WFT-E6A (EOS-1D X), WFT-E7A (EOS 5D Mark III)
and WFT-E5A (EOS 7D) feature a/b/g
compatibility, WPS compatibility, WFT Server
Remote Live View, a camera linking function
and Bluetooth connectivity. The WFT-E6A and
WFT-E7A conform to IEEE 802.11 a/b/g/n
standards, performing up to 2.5x faster (for
the WFT-E6A) and 3x faster (for the WFT-E7A)
than other models, and feature an image
resend feature that helps ensure that all
images get transferred, even if wireless signal
drops interrupt transmission.
Media Server Function – Models such as the
WFT-E7A, WFT-E6A and WFT-E5A also include a
media server function. With all models, in WFT
Server mode, up to three separate computers
can access the camera’s memory card using a
standard Web browser from anywhere in the
world (Microsoft Internet Explorer®, Apple
Safari®, etc.). Images can be selected from the
browser window and dragged onto a computer’s
desktop or to a folder, which copies the full file
to a computer. Remote firing of the camera
over the Internet is also possible using the
Remote Live View function. With the EOS-1D X,
EOS 5D Mark III and EOS 7D, a dedicated
media server can also be created with DLNA
(Digital Living Network Alliance) compliant
devices, allowing numerous points of access to
images instantaneously.
— Functions When Connected via USB or Bluetooth —
Weather-Resistant Design –The WFT units
designed for the EOS-1D class professional
DSLRs feature rugged and lightweight
magnesium-alloy bodies, just like the cameras
to which they attach. Moreover, they feature
the same fully sealed construction, ensuring
that the highly weather-resistant design of the
camera is not compromised.
Extensive Wired and Wireless LAN Functions –
Select WFT units not only support wireless
LAN environments but also enable wired
network connections, providing high-speed
100Base-TX communication (the WFT-E7A
supports 1000Base-T).** Built-in WPS (Wi-Fi
Protected Setup) makes it easy to make secure
LAN connections.
Linked Multi-Camera Shooting – Using multiple
WFT units on compatible EOS digital cameras,
up to ten Slave/Remote cameras can be linked
wirelessly to a master camera. Connections are
made simply and conveniently via wireless LAN.
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Computer Connectivity – EOS Utility Mode, or
PTP (Point-to-Point) connectivity, allows the
photographer to connect a single camera to a
computer for advanced two-way communication
and professional tethered camera operation.
WFT units can also connect to select GPS††
units, adding location and time code shooting
data. Plus, WFT models can be used as remote
control receivers, allowing for wireless shooting
and control, from a range of wireless-enabled
handheld devices, including smartphones.
USB Host Capability with GPS Support –
Photographers can take full advantage of the
WFT unit’s USB host capability* by connecting a
compatible GPS device via USB cable or optional
Bluetooth dongle. This makes it possible to add
GPS coordinates, altitude and UTC time code to
embedded shooting data within image files.
Compatible GPS units include several in
Garmin’s GPSMAP series and in the Magellan
eXplorist series (using NMEA 0183 v.2.0.1
output data standard or “Garmin protocol”).
Remote camera shutters are automatically
tripped when the master camera shutter is
released. With such a setup, a photographer
can, for example, shoot simultaneously from
various angles.
Built-in Wireless with EOS Remote App
The EOS 6D and EOS 70D
cameras incorporate cutting
edge capabilities into their
compact and lightweight design
with built-in wireless technology. With Canon’s
exclusive EOS Remote App1 and built-in
wireless technology, the camera can connect
directly to a smartphone2 for remote operation.
Exposure settings, focus and shutter can be
operated wirelessly; images can be reviewed,
rated, deleted, filed and transferred. Full DLNA
(Digital Living Network Alliance) compatibility
means easy sharing between the EOS camera
and other DLNA certified products, like HDTVs,
game consoles and more. Images from the
camera can be uploaded instantly to CANON
iMAGE GATEWAY# for easy sharing, and photos
can even be printed directly and wirelessly to
Wireless PictBridge certified printers without
the need for a PC.
Built-in GPS Transmitter
With built-in GPS††, the EOS 6D
camera can record longitude,
latitude and altitude data as
EXIF data, has a logging function
that can track movement at set intervals and
can even set the camera’s internal clock to
local time!
Expandable Accessories
The GPS Receivers GP-E1† and GP-E2† attach to
the EOS-1D X and EOS 5D Mark III cameras
respectively. The receivers offer the same dust
and waterproof protection as the camera body
itself; the GP-E2 even features its own power
supply. GPS Receiver GP-E2 can also connect
to the EOS 6D, EOS 70D, EOS Rebel T5i and
EOS Rebel SL1 cameras via hot shoe or a digital
terminal. Canon GPS receivers are always ready
to append location data to images. They record
latitude, longitude/elevation and UTC time, and
feature GPS Time Sync Function and even an
electronic compass that records the camera’s
orientation when shooting††.
*The WFT-E6A and WFT-E7A provide an internal Bluetooth function but do not have USB host #One-time registration is required on CANON iMAGE GATEWAY online photo album.
capability. A dedicated GP-E1 accessory is available for the EOS-1D X. USB Host
†T he GP-E1 does not require any additional USB or Bluetooth connections to
functionality is available only on the WFT-E2 II A, WFT-E5A, and WFT-E4A.
communicate with the EOS-1D X. The EOS 5D Mark III requires a firmware upgrade
**T he WFT-E6A has no provision for wired LAN connectivity because the EOS-1D X is equipped
to be compatible with the GPS Receiver GP-E2, which is now available.
with a Gigabit Ethernet port.
††In certain countries and regions, the use of GPS may be restricted. Therefore, be sure
1This software enables you to upload images to social network services. Before uploading
to use GPS in accordance with the laws and regulations of your country or region. Be
images, please be aware that image files may contain privacy related information such as
particularly careful when traveling outside your home country. As a signal is received
people and places. If necessary, please delete such information. Canon does not obtain,
from GPS satellites, take sufficient measures when using in locations where the use of
collect or use such images or any information included in such images through this software.
electronics is regulated.
2
Compatible with iOS version 5.0 or later and Android devices version 2.3/4.0 or later. Data
charges may apply.
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EOS 70D Camera Features and Technologies
Dual Pixel CMOS AF
CMOS sensor configuration
A revolutionary autofocus
technology that unlocks the
potential of Live View, Dual Pixel CMOS AF on
the EOS 70D camera will change the way users
capture still images and video with a DSLR
camera. This amazing AF system allows the
EOS 70D to shoot video like a camcorder,
delivering smooth, consistent focus, even when
subjects are in motion. In addition, autofocus is
accurate and faster than ever during Live View
still image capture, enabling the photographer
to compose with the exceptional freedom of
angle provided by the camera’s Vari-angle LCD
monitor. Dual Pixel CMOS AF is also compatible
with 103* Canon EF lenses, further expanding
compositional and creative possibilities.
Dual Pixel CMOS AF is a cutting-edge Canon
technology, made possible by a sophisticated
redesigning of the camera’s CMOS sensor.
Where image sensors traditionally have one
photodiode per pixel, the CMOS sensor on the
EOS 70D has two photodiodes per pixel. This
enables each pixel on the sensor to perform
phase-difference detection AF and capture
pixel
Above:Each pixel is composed
of two separate photodiodes.
During AF, they are used as phasedifference detection sensors.
Left: During imaging, the
photodiodes act as one single
pixel to capture light.
Built-in Wireless
Technology
The EOS 70D camera features
wireless technology, conveniently built in.
Connecting easily to a network or directly to an
iOS® or Android™ smartphone** running the
Canon EOS Remote app***, a number of camera
functions can be controlled wirelessly, and
images can be reviewed, rated, deleted, filed
and transferred. The EOS 70D is also fully DLNA
(Digital Living Network Alliance) compatible for
light – a first for EOS cameras. With phasedifference detection AF, autofocus is achieved
quickly and easily, with virtually no loss of
detail or sharpness. This unique AF system
enables autofocus on 80% of the image plane,
vertically and horizontally, and provides high
speed AF, accurate focus tracking and
incredibly smooth video focusing to make
the EOS 70D an imaging powerhouse.
EOS 70D: Enabling the Next Generation of Live View Shooting
Remotely shoot with
a smartphone
Shoot Video Like a Camcorder
Dual Pixel CMOS AF delivers autofocus performance for the EOS 70D that is
similar to that of a camcorder – but on a DSLR camera! Focus is precise,
transitions are smooth and natural, and subjects in motion are tracked
consistently over a large area of the frame. The EOS 70D locks in outstanding
focus quickly and doesn’t let go, helping you achieve pleasing, cinematic results.
Meet the New Game-Changer
Changing forever the way you capture still images and video with a DSLR camera, Canon proudly
introduces the EOS 70D camera – a trailblazing powerhouse featuring a revolutionary
autofocus technology that unlocks the potential of Live View. The innovative Dual Pixel CMOS AF
allows the EOS 70D to shoot video like a camcorder; enables you to fully benefit from the freedom
of angle allowed by the camera’s Vari-angle Touch Screen 3.0-inch Clear View LCD monitor II;
and is compatible with 103* Canon EF lenses for expanded creative flexibility. Built-in wireless
technology further enhances shooting and sharing capabilities. Superb image quality is
provided by a newly designed 20.2 Megapixel CMOS (APS-C) sensor, which enables an ISO
range of 100–12800 (H: 25600), and the powerful
5+ Image Processor helps achieve
up to 7.0 fps continuous shooting. A 19-point all cross-type AF system with a high precision
dual cross f/2.8 center point and Intelligent Viewfinder with customizable display provide
advanced control during composition and capture, while imaging features like HDR, Multiple
Exposure and Creative Filters available in real time help create spectacular photos. Elevating
the possibilities of creative expression to extraordinary new heights, the EOS 70D with cuttingedge Dual Pixel CMOS AF is nothing short of revolutionary.
easy sharing between the camera and other
DLNA products, like HDTVs, game consoles and
more. Images can be shared through CANON
iMAGE GATEWAY#, and photos can even be
printed directly and wirelessly to Wireless
PictBridge certified printers without the need
for a PC.
Exchange images
Transfer images
between camera
Focus is achieved naturally with smooth and direct focus racking.
Realize the Freedom of Live View
Live View autofocus powered by Dual Pixel CMOS AF
is phenomenally accurate and faster than ever.
With the freedom of angle inherent to the EOS 70D
camera’s Vari-angle LCD monitor, you can
comfortably and conveniently shoot more subjects,
from more angles and vantage points, as the
situation dictates – confident in the camera’s
ability to provide outstanding focus.
Compatible with 103 Canon EF Lenses
*
103* Canon EF lenses are able to fully realize the benefits of
Dual Pixel CMOS AF. Compatible lenses greatly expand creative
and compositional possibilities so users can enjoy a wide range
of endeavors made possible through various lenses whether
shooting still images or video.
View images
EOS
Remote
Connect to a
smartphone
Make images viewable;
Remote shooting;
Share photos online
Save and Share
Print images
(CANON iMAGE GATEWAY)
Send images to a Web service
Print images using
a wireless printer
Remote control the camera
Operate the camera remotely
using EOS Utility
* As of July 2, 2013.
** Compatible with iOS version 5.0 or later and Android devices version 2.3/4.0 or later. Data charges may apply.
*** This software enables you to upload images to social network services. Before uploading images, please be aware that image files may contain privacy related information such as
people and places. If necessary, please delete such information. Canon does not obtain, collect or use such images or any information included in such images through this software.
# One-time registration required on CANON iMAGE GATEWAY online photo album.
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EOS CAMERAS
EOS 70D Camera Features and Technologies
20.2 Megapixel
APS-C CMOS sensor
Offering the highest pixel count of
any APS-C sized sensor in EOS history, the
EOS 70D camera’s 20.2 Megapixel CMOS sensor
records a massive 5472 x 3648 pixels, perfect
for even large enlargements and offering enough
resolution for significant cropping while
maintaining the detail and essence of the
particular scene. 14-bit signal processing helps
ensure outstanding tonal gradation and a wide
ISO range of 100–12800 (H: 25600) helps ensure
outstanding image capture even in dim lighting
situations. The EOS 70D camera’s image sensor
combines with Canon’s powerful
5+ Image
Processor for improved data processing speeds,
greater noise reduction, and even real-time
compensation for chromatic aberration.
7.0 fps continuous shooting
High-speed
Continuous Shooting
The EOS 70D camera boasts fast
performance across the board.
5+ Image Processor, a
Thanks to its
twin-motor configuration with dedicated highspeed motors for the mirror-drive and shutter
charge, and a small and light shutter system, the
EOS 70D can capture up to 7.0 frames per
second. A small mirror motor helps reduce noise
and vibration for quiet camera operation. The
camera even has a fast flash sync speed of 1/250
sec. for high-performance photography, even in
difficult lighting conditions.
EOS Full HD Video
Equipped with Canon’s first APS-C size CMOS sensor with
over 20.0 megapixels (Approx. 20.2 effective megapixels)
DIGIC 5+ Image Processor
The EOS 70D camera’s
5+
Image Processor delivers
supercharged performance and
features new algorithms that help promote
greater noise reduction at higher ISOs. With
the power of the
5+ Image Processor,
speed improvements are noticeable from the
instant the camera is turned on, with stunning,
responsive performance recording videos and
capturing up to 7.0 still frames per second.
The
5+ Image Processor completes
real-time scene
correction like HDR
Backlight Control
and Handheld
Night Scene plus
Multi Shot Noise
Reduction and
much, much more.
Wide ISO Range (100–12800)
Working in tandem with the
5+
EOS 70D camera’s
Image Processor, the camera’s APS-C
CMOS sensor delivers ISO sensitivities of
100–12800 (H: 25600), achieving images of
amazing detail and reduced noise in even
sparse lighting situations.
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The EOS 70D camera captures
Full HD video with sophistication.
Thanks to the amazing Dual Pixel CMOS AF
system, autofocus is smooth and continuous,
even of fast-moving subjects, allowing the
EOS 70D to shoot like a camcorder. Captured
images are stunning with crisp detail and
clarity, while maintaining beautiful, cinematic
depth-of-field. It supports H.264/MPEG-4 AVC
High Profile, and automatically splits files
greater than 4GB (FAT specifications) for
extended recording without interruption.
It offers the option of time coding during
recording only (Rec Run) or at all times (Free
Run), which is useful for multi-camera shoots.
It also features improved sound recording
adjustment capabilities, offering 64-step
volume control accessible through the Quick
Control screen, plus a dedicated microphone
jack for convenience in shooting. The CMOS
sensor’s drive system significantly increases
image processor performance, reducing color
artifacts and moiré (a common problem that
occurs in scenes with fine parallel lines), and
Resolution
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helps ensure that the camera can record at a
number of frame rates, and up to ISO 25600
in H mode. Exposure, focus and Live View
features, even in-camera editing, are simple to
control with the EOS 70D camera’s clear and
intuitive interface.
Movie Servo AF
For accurate focus tracking during motion
capture, the EOS 70D camera features
Canon’s Movie Servo AF for enhanced speed
and reliability. Taking advantage of its
innovative Dual Pixel CMOS AF system,
the camera locks focus on its subject with
great speed and tracks it, throughout the
composition, to keep it focused. When the
EOS 70D is used in conjunction with one
of the Canon STM lenses, continuous AF
performance is even quieter.
19-point all cross-type AF
iFCL Metering System
The EOS 70D camera has a highperformance AF system that’s
ready for anything. The camera features 19 high
precision, cross-type AF sensors, all of which
can be selected automatically or manually, to
handle even the trickiest of focus situations
with ease. With cross-type AF points placed
throughout a wide area, the camera’s AF
system ensures amazing compositional
flexibility whether shooting vertically or
horizontally, and is superbly equipped
to track the subject, even if movements
are erratic or unpredictable. And with its
high-precision f/2.8 dual cross-type AF center
point, the EOS 70D helps deliver a whole new
level of focus accuracy when shooting with
lenses of f/2.8 or faster. The EOS 70D camera’s
AF modes can be customized to suit the
situation, helping ensure reliable focus.
The EOS 70D camera features Canon’s dual-layer
63-zone iFCL (intelligent Focus Color Luminance)
Metering System that integrates the camera’s AF
system into its readings. By taking into account
the color and luminosity surrounding the chosen
AF point(s), the iFCL system delivers a superb
level of accuracy, especially in situations where
the light changes quickly. The metering sensor
enables evaluative, center weighted, partial and
spot metering, plus offers 5-step exposure
compensation for exquisitely exposed images.
3.0-inch Vari-angle
Touch Panel Clear View LCD II
The EOS 70D camera is equipped with a
Vari-angle Touch Screen 3.0-inch Clear View LCD
monitor II. Displaying fine detail (approximately
1,040,000 dots), this screen allows for composing
and reviewing from any number of angles for
enhanced creative possibilities. Thanks to solid
construction between the monitor’s resin-coated
cover and the liquid crystal display, reflections
are minimized, and the display can be viewed,
without glare, from a number of angles. It’s also
treated with a smudge-resistant coating to help
minimize fingerprints and maintain a bright,
clear image display. The screen uses capacitive
technology similar to that found in many of
today’s popular mobile devices; two-finger touch
gestures (multi-touch) can be used for zooming
or changing images. Easily access menu and
quick control settings, and focusing and shutter
release can be activated with a simple
touch of the screen using
Touch AF and Touch Shutter.
AF area selection mode and AF point selection
Intelligent Viewfinder
Displaying more information, simply
and easily, the EOS 70D camera’s
Intelligent Viewfinder makes it simple to adjust
and confirm settings without the risk of
missing a beat. It displays AF mode, AF points,
electronic level, grid, even alerts informing
when WB is being corrected or spot metering is
enabled and much more. With an approximately
98% field of view and a new coating that reduces
reflections and improved construction that
improves response in cold environments, the
EOS 70D camera’s Intelligent Viewfinder sets a
new standard for viewfinders.
Viewfinder information
Single-point AF
(Manual selection)
Spot AF
Zone AF (Manual selection of zone)
19-point automatic selection AF
Zone AF
points
AF points
Grid
Electronic
level
Warning
symbol
Handheld Night Scene mode and Portrait
enough to avoid camera shake, the EOS 70D
camera’s Handheld Night Scene mode helps
make dramatic nighttime photography simple.
Compact Body
HDR Backlight Control
The EOS 70D camera has been fully re-engineered
to deliver advanced operation, simply, in a
comfortable-to-carry compact design perfect for
all-day photography. A newly designed shutter,
rated to 100,000 cycles, enables a smaller overall
camera without compromising performance.
With buttons placed for intuitive operation, a
grip designed for confident, extended use, even
one-handed, and a durable, versatile articulating
LCD monitor, the EOS 70D is a joy to use.
The EOS 70D camera’s HDR Backlight Control
mode helps ensure that backlit subjects are
not recorded too darkly. By automatically
shooting three consecutive shots at different
exposures (underexposed, correctly exposed
and overexposed) and combining the images,
the final result maintains detail in both the
shadow and highlight areas, resulting in a
backlit subject that is properly exposed.
HDR Mode
To add to the fun and creative possibilities,
seven different Creative Filters are available
with the EOS 70D camera, which can dramatically
alter the mood and visual effect of a particular
scene. Creative Filters include Grainy Black and
White, Soft Focus, Fisheye Effect, Toy Camera
Effect, Miniature Effect, Art Bold Effect and
Water Painting Effect. Each effect can be
applied in three different levels (low, standard
and strong), and easily previewed on the LCD
panel in Live View. Since the filters can also be
applied to the image after shooting, it’s easy to
try several effects on the same shot.
With High Dynamic Range mode,
the EOS 70D camera can merge
three images of varying exposure, in-camera,
capturing a broad range of shadow and
highlight detail and delivering a final image
with stunning tonal range. Adjustable to cover
a range of ±3 stops, HDR recording with the
EOS 70D expands the range of the light and
dark detail the camera can record, creating an
image with an impressive range of detail in the
brightest and darkest areas of the composition.
Multiple Exposure Modes
The EOS 70D camera has a
Multiple Exposure mode for
film-like image creation with the
convenience of in-camera processing. It offers
two different compositing methods for proper
exposure and composition: additive or average.
Multiple exposure shots from 2 to 9 are stored
as one final image and can be taken in both
RAW and JPEG shooting modes. A RAW image
previously captured by the EOS 70D (3:2 aspect
ratio only) can be used as a starting point, and
cumulative results can be observed and corrected
in real time on the camera’s LCD screen.
Creative Filters
Multi Shot Noise Reduction
To enhance its high ISO shooting capabilities,
the EOS 70D camera features an intelligent
Multi Shot Noise Reduction tool that reduces
noise even further. With Multi Shot Noise
Reduction enabled, the camera takes four
continuous shots, merges and aligns them,
with little or no apparent resolution loss.
Moving subjects are even optimized to minimize
subject blur! Thanks to this clever new
feature, high ISO shooting looks superb.
Handheld Night Scene
Handheld Night Scene mode captures
nightscapes with bright highlights and
detailed dark areas, delivering results that
would be difficult to obtain without the use of
a tripod. By shooting and combining four
consecutive shots at a shutter speed fast
With Multi Shot
Noise Reduction
Disable
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EOS CAMERAS
The World’s
Smallest and
Lightest Digital
SLR Camera*
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Renew Your Creative Soul
Small Size, Big Possibilities
The new flagship of the EOS Rebel Line, the EOS Rebel T5i camera, is here to renew
the artistic side of photo enthusiasts with amazing imaging features and intuitive,
full-featured functionality. An 18.0 Megapixel CMOS (APS-C) sensor and Canon's
5 Image Processor combine with an extensive ISO range of 100–12800
superb
(expandable to 25600 in H mode) to provide gorgeous, detailed images, even in
low-light situations. 9 cross-type AF focus points, including a high-precision dualcross f/2.8 center point, help ensure crisp focus throughout the frame, and the
Hybrid CMOS AF system enables speedy and accurate autofocus when shooting in
Live View mode, which is displayed on the brilliant Vari-angle Touch Screen 3.0-inch
Clear View LCD monitor II. EOS Full HD Movie mode with Movie Servo AF help make
shooting high quality videos easy, offering you another outlet for your creativity.
As the world's smallest and lightest digital SLR camera*, the new EOS Rebel SL1 camera is
small in size but enormous in performance. It has an 18.0 Megapixel CMOS (APS-C) sensor
and Canon
5 Image Processor to help deliver images of outstanding quality. An ISO
range of 100–12800 (expandable to H: 25600) for stills and 100–6400 (expandable to
H: 12800) for video plus up to 4.0 fps continuous shooting make this camera
superb in dim lighting or when capturing fast action. The 9-point AF system
with a high-precision cross-type f/2.8 center point help ensure outstanding
autofocus performance when shooting with the viewfinder, while Hybrid
CMOS AF II helps deliver accurate AF tracking during Live View shooting. Creative
Filters add artistry to your shots, and are easily previewed on the wide Touch Screen
3.0-inch Clear View LCD monitor II. This is the DSLR you’ll want to bring with you everyday.
* Among digital SLR cameras which use APS-C size equivalent sensors. As of March 1, 2013, based on Canon’s research.
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EOS CAMERAS
EOS Rebel T5i and EOS Rebel SL1 Cameras
Features and Technologies
18.0 Megapixel
CMOS Sensor
The EOS Rebel T5i and
EOS Rebel SL1 cameras feature Canon’s
amazing 18.0 Megapixel CMOS sensor. Highly
effective for enlargements or for cropping
detailed portions of a composition, the
camera’s sensor captures images with
outstanding clarity and tonal range. This
sensor features many of the same technologies
used by professional Canon cameras to
maximize each pixel’s light-gathering
efficiency and has center pixels that aid in
both cameras’ accurate AF performance. This
APS-C size sensor creates an effective 1.6x
field of view (compared to 35mm format).
EOS Full HD Video with
Movie Servo AF
World’s Smallest and Lightest*
For ultra portability with a minimal footprint,
the EOS Rebel SL1 is the world’s smallest
and lightest digital SLR camera*. Weighing
approximately 13.06 ounces** – but with no
compromise to performance and functionality
– the EOS Rebel SL1’s astonishingly compact
size is perfect for entry-level DSLR users who
want to take great pictures wherever they go.
EOS Rebel T5i
EOS Rebel SL1
High-speed
Continuous Shooting
EOS Rebel SL1 CMOS Image Sensor
DIGIC 5 Image Processor
The EOS Rebel T5i and
EOS Rebel SL1 cameras have a
5 Image Processor that
works with the cameras’ CMOS sensor to help
deliver images with incredible detail in more
situations, without the need for artificial light
sources. With the power of the
5 Image
Processor, they can achieve high ISO sensitivity,
shoot at impressive high-speed continuous
rates, and can even perform advanced
functions like HDR Backlight Control, Creative
Filters, lens correction and more. The brilliant
imaging core supercharges still and moving
image capture.
Wide ISO Range (100–12800)
5 Image
Thanks to their
Processors, the EOS Rebel T5i and
EOS Rebel SL1 cameras feature an ISO range of
ISO 100–12800 (expandable to H: 25600) for
stills and ISO 100–6400 (expandable to
H: 12800) for videos that makes shooting
possible in situations previously unthinkable
5 Image Processor’s
without flash. The
remarkable noise-reduction technology
performs brilliantly in low-light shooting. Used
with one of Canon’s EF or EF-S lenses with
Optical Image Stabilizer, these cameras can
record beautiful images and video even when
light sources are scarce.
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Both the EOS Rebel T5i and
EOS Rebel SL1 cameras can EOS Rebel T5i | EOS Rebel SL1
capture rapidly unfolding
scenes with ease. Impressive shutter
technology enables them to shoot at speeds up
to 1/4000 sec. And, benefitting from their
5 Image Processors, the EOS Rebel T5i
and EOS Rebel SL1 can capture at up to 5.0 fps
and up to 4.0 fps, respectively.
Live View Multi-point AF (Zone select)
Live View Focusing
For Live View and video shooting, EOS Rebel T5i
the EOS Rebel T5i camera
EOS Rebel SL1
features Canon’s Hybrid CMOS
AF system. This system combines both phase
and contrast detection AF, aided by pixels on
the camera’s sensor that assist in predicting
subject location. This makes continuous,
optimized focus tracking quick and easy in
video recording and enhances focus
performance. And with the EOS Rebel SL1
camera you’ll get Hybrid CMOS AF II, which
provides the same fantastic performance as
the original but boasts an increased AF area
that covers approximately 80% of the sensor
Hybrid CMOS AF II area
Hybrid CMOS AF area
The EOS Rebel T5i and
EOS Rebel SL1 cameras offer easy-to-use, high
quality video capture. Capable of shooting in a
number of sizes and frame rates, they set a
whole new standard for performance, quality
and simplicity, enabling easy manual control
of exposure, focus and Live View features,
even in-camera editing! Movie Servo AF
delivers continuous focus tracking of moving
subjects while recording video. For audio, the
EOS Rebel T5i and EOS Rebel SL1 have an
internal microphone with a wind filter and
attenuator feature to help cut down on external
noises. Sound recording level (64 levels) can
be manually or automatically controlled. For
more advanced audio recording, they are
compatible with many third-party electret
condenser microphones with a 3.5mm diameter
plug. For accurate focus tracking during motion
capture, Canon’s Movie Servo AF marks a
significant leap forward in speed and reliability.
Taking advantage of their AF systems (Hybrid
CMOS AF for the EOS Rebel T5i camera and
Hybrid CMOS AF II for the EOS Rebel SL1 camera),
they lock focus on a subject with great speed
and track it, throughout the composition, to
keep it focused. When used in conjunction
with one of the Canon STM lenses, AF is even
smoother and quieter.
Spot AF area
9-point AF System
The EOS Rebel SL1 camera
features a wide area 9-point EOS Rebel T5i | EOS Rebel SL1
AF system with a cross-type
center point, while the EOS Rebel T5i camera’s
wide area 9-point AF system features all
cross-type points including a dual-cross
center point, delivering faster, more accurate
autofocus. An AI Servo AF system achieves and
maintains consistent focus of moving subjects
with an exceptional degree of reliability.
All cross-type
9-point AF system
with dual-cross
center point
(EOS Rebel T5i)
* Among digital SLR cameras which use APS-C size equivalent sensors. As of March 1, 2013, based on Canon’s research.
** Weight specifications and dimensions are for camera body only; does not include battery or memory card.
for easier composition. Both the EOS Rebel T5i
and the EOS Rebel SL1 feature FlexiZone-Multi
mode, which divides the scene into 31 AF
zones. The automatic selection algorithm gives
priority to the center and closer subject for
focusing. On the LCD monitor, photographers
can touch one of nine zones (center left, center
right, center, center top, center bottom, and the
four corners) and select it for automatic
focusing. Both cameras also feature touch
screen LCD monitors so a single focus point can
be selected with Touch AF. With Face & Tracking
priority AF, the camera detects the face, focuses
on it, and tracks it by switching the AF points.
Once it detects the face, it can continue
tracking the face even when the face is turned
to the side. The target subject (on other parts of
the body than the face) can also be selected on
the LCD monitor and can be tracked in the
same way. This same AF can be used with video
shooting in Live View.
bright, clear image display. The screen uses
the same capacitive technology found in many
of today’s popular mobile devices; two finger
touch gestures (multi-touch) can be used for
zooming or changing images, menu and quick
control settings can be accessed, and focus
point and shutter release can be activated
with just a fingertip.
Reduce:
Pinch Fingers
Magnify:
Spread Fingers
Scene Modes
Expanding on basic shooting
modes, the EOS Rebel T5i and
EOS Rebel SL1 cameras feature
Special Scene modes, which
offer preset options to help capture properly
exposed, detailed photographs in difficult
shooting situations, such as low light or fast
action. Handheld Night Scene mode captures
nightscapes with bright highlights and detailed
dark areas, delivering results that would be
difficult to obtain without the use of a tripod. By
shooting and combining four consecutive shots
at a shutter speed fast enough to help avoid
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3.0-inch Touch Panel
Clear View LCD II
The EOS Rebel T5i camera houses
a Vari-angle Touch Screen 3.0-inch
Clear View LCD monitor II and the EOS Rebel SL1
camera has a Touch Screen Wide 3.0-inch
Clear View LCD monitor II. Displaying fine
detail (approximately 1,040,000 dots), both
screens are excellent for composing and
reviewing images. Thanks to a solid construction
between the monitor’s resin-coated cover and
the liquid crystal display, reflections are
minimized, and the display can be viewed,
without glare, from a number of angles. It’s
also treated with a smudge-resistant coating
to help minimize fingerprints and maintain a
camera shake, it makes dramatic nighttime
photography simple. Night Portrait makes it
possible to use flash on a subject in dark
lighting and still record bright, vibrant backgrounds. HDR Backlight Control mode shoots
three consecutive shots at different exposures
(underexposed, correctly exposed and overexposed) and then combines the images to help
ensure that backlit subjects are not recorded
too darkly. The EOS Rebel SL1 offers three
additional Special Scene Modes. Kids mode
provides high-speed shutter priority, focus
tracking, healthy skin tones, and flash when
needed. Food mode delivers bright, vivid food
images, limits flash by default and limits the
red tint often associated with "restaurant
plate" photography. Candlelight mode maintains the glow of the candle, leaving the flash
off and reducing exposure fluctuation.
Handheld Night Scene mode
Food mode
(EOS Rebel SL1 only)
Candlelight mode
(EOS Rebel SL1 only)
Kids mode
(EOS Rebel SL1 only)
Advanced Creative Filters
Adding to the fun and creative possibilities
available with the EOS Rebel T5i and
EOS Rebel SL1 cameras, they offer Creative
Filters for still images: Art Bold Effect, Water
Painting Effect, Miniature Effect, Fisheye Effect,
Grainy B/W, Soft Focus and Toy Camera Effect.
Each effect can be applied in three different
levels (low, standard and strong), and easily
previewed on the LCD panel during Live View
shooting. The EOS Rebel SL1 also features the
new Miniature Effect for videos. You will be
amazed and delighted by the artistry that these
creative filters will afford you.
Preview Creative Filters
in Live View!
HDR Backlight
Control mode OFF
HDR Backlight Control mode ON
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©Tyler Stableford
FIRMWARE
UPDATE *
Now Available
The Ultimate EOS
The Power to Create
Canon has brought the best of the EOS-1 Series of digital cameras into one
phenomenal, go anywhere, shoot anything dynamo: the flagship of the EOS
line, the EOS-1D X camera. With a Full-frame 18.1 Megapixel CMOS sensor,
5+ Image Processors, image capture at up to 12.0 fps* (up to 14.0
Dual
fps in Super High Speed Mode), faster, more accurate and customizable AF**,
4
plus outstanding 100,000-pixel RGB Metering Sensor with its own
Image Processor, the EOS-1D X reaches new levels of performance with speed,
continuous shooting, focus and metering accuracy, light sensitivity, and ease of
use. With rugged construction, improved HD video capture, numerous connectivity
options, and much, much more, the EOS-1D X is truly the ultimate EOS camera.
For stunning high resolution, full-frame photography with supercharged EOS
performance, there’s nothing quite like the EOS 5D Mark III camera. With a
brand new Full-frame 22.3 Megapixel Canon CMOS sensor, Canon’s amazing
5+ Image Processor, a 61-Point High Density Reticular AF, dual card slots
and shooting performance up to 6.0 fps, the refined EOS 5D Mark III is designed
to perform. With an extended ISO range of 100–25600 (expandable to 50 (L),
51200 (H1) and 102400 (H2), an Intelligent Viewfinder and Canon’s advanced
iFCL Metering System, plus HDR, Multiple Exposure, refined HD video recording
and more, the EOS 5D Mark III is one of the most user-friendly, professional level,
full-frame EOS cameras ever.
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* The maximum continuous shooting speed is restricted to 10 fps when the battery charge is less than 50% or when ISO speed is above 32000.
If the camera’s internal temperature is low and ISO speed is above 20000, the maximum continuous shooting speed is restricted to up to 10 fps.
** With firmware update, AF points in the EOS-1D X’s viewfinder can now be illuminated in red (intermittently) when the shutter button is pressed halfway during AI Servo AF mode.
Additionally, the EOS-1D X allows cross-type autofocusing with the center AF point when the maximum aperture of a Canon EF lens becomes f/8 with an EF extender attached.
Download firmware now at: usa.canon.com/eos1dxfirmwareupdate
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Unlock Your Vision
Beyond the Still
Designed to bring all of the benefits of full-frame photography and moviemaking to a
compact, lightweight and simple to operate DSLR, the EOS 6D is the perfect camera to
realize your creative vision. The EOS 6D features a 20.2 Megapixel Full-Frame CMOS
sensor, Canon’s amazing
5+ Image Processor, a 63-zone AE sensor, and an
11-point AF system with a center point light sensitive to EV -3 for exceptional performance
even in low-light conditions. The camera has a bright viewfinder and a brilliant
3.0-inch Clear View LCD monitor, and offers advanced, professional level HD capture
for beautiful, cinematic HD quality videos, can shoot up to 4.5 frames per second,
offers an extensive ISO range and conveniently features built-in wireless technology
and GPS*! It’s the ideal camera for advanced amateurs and videographers making the
move to a Full-Frame DSLR, as well as professionals seeking a secondary camera.
Whatever your inspiration, unlock your vision with the power of the EOS 6D camera.
With a host of phenomenal features designed to enhance and
speed up every facet of the photographic and moviemaking process,
the EOS 7D camera represents an outstanding level of photographic
and filmmaking performance. With its 18.0 Megapixel CMOS sensor
4 Image Processors, it shoots amazing stills and Full
and Dual
HD video without compromise. It has a bright and customizable
Intelligent Viewfinder with approximately 100% coverage, an
advanced AF system, plus rugged, refined construction for reliable
pro-level performance anywhere, anytime.
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* In certain countries and regions, the use of GPS may be restricted. Therefore, be sure to use GPS in accordance with the laws and regulations of your country or region.
Be particularly careful when traveling outside your home country. As a signal is received from GPS satellites, take sufficient measures when using in locations where the
use of electronics is regulated.
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An EOS with Perspective
Stellar Performer
For photographers and enthusiasts looking for a camera with the perfect
combination of versatility, performance and ease-of-use, Canon has introduced
the EOS 60D camera. Featuring a brilliant Canon 18.0 Megapixel CMOS
4 Image Processor, a Vari-angle 3.0-inch Clear View LCD
sensor, a
monitor with 180° rotation — perfect for self-portraits — plus a host of
features inspired by Canon professional EOS DSLRs, the EOS 60D is powerful,
compact and lightweight, perfect for a day of shooting. It offers 5.3 fps
maximum performance, Full HD video, a flash sync of 1/250 sec, and a
shutter that’s durability tested to 100,000 cycles. It features a horizontal
Electronic Level display, accepts interchangeable focus screens and has a
number of exciting in-camera functions. With all this and more, the EOS 60D
camera offers a powerful image-capturing perspective.
Tailor-made for astrophotography, Canon offers the EOS 60Da DSLR
camera for photographers who look to the sky. With an increased
sensitivity to hydrogen-alpha (H) lines (656nm), the EOS 60Da is
designed to help ensure accurate depictions of the reddish hues when
photographing diffuse nebulae in the nighttime sky. It has the same
advanced features of the EOS 60D DSLR camera, including a Vari-angle
3.0-inch Clear View LCD monitor for Live View compositions, an amazing
4 Image Processor, an
18.0 Megapixel CMOS sensor and speedy
ISO range of 100–6400 (expandable to 12800) and more, making the
EOS 60Da camera both capable and simple. Perfect for long exposures
while gazing up into the sky, there's nothing like the EOS 60Da.
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The REBEL on the Move
The Beauty of Simplicity
Photographers looking for an easy-to-use camera that will help them create
their next masterpiece need look no further than the Canon EOS Rebel T3i
camera. As a member of a long line of phenomenal compact DSLRs, the
EOS Rebel T3i carries on the Rebel tradition of easy operation, compact
4 Image
design and no-compromise performance. Featuring a Canon
Processor and an 18.0 Megapixel CMOS sensor – plus amazing technologies
like a Vari-angle 3.0-inch Clear View LCD monitor, Full HD 1080p video
recording, Live View shooting and wireless flash photography – the
EOS Rebel T3i offers amazing EOS photography in a compact package.
Perfect for photographers ready to make the move to digital SLR photography,
the EOS Rebel T3 camera delivers beautiful photos and video with speed,
simplicity and fun. It features a 12.2 Megapixel CMOS Image Sensor and
4 Image Processor for richly detailed images and quick camera
Canon
response. It has Canon’s amazing 63-zone, Dual-layer metering for accurate
exposures and features Canon’s Basic+ function, HD video recording and Live
View shooting. Innovative features, such as an on-screen Feature Guide and
Quick Control screen, help the photographer use the camera’s advanced
capabilities to capture spectacular images.
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EOS CAMERAS
EOS System Chart
EOS-1D X/EOS-1Ds Mark III/EOS-1D Mark IV Only
EOS Rebel T5i/ T4i/ T3i/ T2i Only
1D X Only
Dioptric Adjustment
Lens Eg Series
EOS-1D X
Battery Pack
LP-E4N
Wireless File
Transmitter WFT-E6A
Battery Charger
LC-E4N
GPS Receiver
GP-E2
Battery Charger
LC-E4
Wireless File
Transmitter WFT-E2A
Wireless File
Transmitter WFT-E2 II A
Wireless Controller
LC-5
Ec-Series Focusing Screens
USB Cable Protector
AC Adapter Kit
ACK-E4
Car Battery Cable
CB-570
Mini-HDMI Cable HTC-100*
Angle Finder C
Interface Cable IFC-200U
Interface Cable IFC-500U
Stereo AV Cable
AVC-DC400ST
Wireless File Transmitter
WFT-E7A
Battery Magazine
BGM-E11
Battery Magazine
BGM-E11A
Battery Magazine
BGM-E13A
Battery Magazine
BGM-E13L
Dioptric Adjustment
Lens Eg Series
Eyecup Eg
Remote Switch
Adapter RA-N3 †
External microphone
Anti-Fog
Eyepiece Eg
Dioptric Adjustment
Lens E Series
Rubber Frame
Eb
Focusing Screen
Eg-A II
Eg-Series Focusing
Screens
Rubber Frame
Eb
Battery Grip BG-E6
Wireless File Transmitter
WFT-E4 II A / WFT-E4A
Dioptric Adjustment
Lens E Series
Eyecup Eb
Original Data Security Kit
OSK-E3
Remote Switch
RS-60E3****
Car Battery Charger
CBC-E6
Car Battery Cable
CB-570
Battery Charger
LC-E6
Battery Pack
LP-E6
Interface Cable IFC-200U
Interface Cable IFC-500U
Mini-HDMI Cable HTC-100
Battery Magazine
BGM-E6
AC Adapter Kit ACK-E6
Car Battery Cable
CB-570
Car Battery Charger
CBC-E6
Eyecup
Eg
Anti-Fog
Eyepiece Eg
Dioptric Adjustment
Lens Eg Series
Angle Finder C
Battery Grip BG-E4
Battery Charger
CB-5L
Battery Pack
BP-511A
Car Battery Cable
CB-570
Compact Power Adapter
CA-570
Interface Cable
IFC-400PCU
Eyepiece Extender
EP-EX15/15 II
Video Cable
VC-100
Eyecup
Eb
Rubber Frame
Eb
Ee-Series Focusing Screens
Dioptric Adjustment
Lens E Series
EOS Rebel T3
EOS M
* EOS-1D X and
EOS 1D Mark IV only
** Requires RA-N3 with
40D, 30D.
*** EOS 5D Mark III,
6D, 5D Mark II,
7D and 60D/60Da only
**** EOS 60D/60Da only
† Not compatible with the
EOS 60D
Angle Finder C
Extended Range
Antenna ERA-E1
Wireless File
Transmitter WFT-E1A
Battery Pack
LP-E10
Battery Pack
LP-E12
AC Adapter Kit
ACK-E15
Battery Charger
LC-E12
Angle Finder C
AC Adapter Kit
ACK-E10
Battery Charger
LC-E12
Battery Pack
LP-E12
GPS Receiver
GP-E2
Angle Finder C
Battery Charger
LC-E10
Eyepiece Extender
EP-EX15 II
Eyecup
Ef
Rubber Frame Ef
Dioptric Adjustment
Lens E Series
* EOS Rebel T5i/T4i/ only
** Not compatible with
the EOS Rebel T2i
*** Not for EOS Rebel T3
Interface Cable
IFC-200U/IFC-500U
70D
Only
Battery Grip BG-E14
GPS Receiver
GP-E2
Stereo AV Cable
AVC-DC400ST
60D/60Da
Only
Battery Grip BG-E9
AC Adapter Kit
ACK-E6
Battery Charger
LC-E6
Battery Magazine
BGM-E9L
Battery Magazine
BGM-E9A
Ef-Series Focusing
Screens
Interface Cable IFC-500U
Battery Pack
LP-E6
Original Data Security Kit
OSK-E3
Interface Cable
IFC-500U
AC Adapter Kit
ACK-E12
Stereo AV Cable
AVC-DC400ST
Mini-HDMI Cable
HTC-100
External microphone
Wireless Remote
Controller RC-6
Power Drive
Booster PB-E2
Ni-MH Pack
NP-E2
Ni-MH Charger
NC-E2
Wireless Controller
LC-5
Anti-Fog
Eyepiece Ec
Eyepiece Extender
EP-EX15
Rubber Frame
Ec
Eyecup
Ec-II
EOS-1v
Battery Pack BP-E1
Timer Remote
Controller TC-80N3
Remote Switch
RS-80N3
Extension Cord
ET-1000N3
External microphone
Eyecup
Eb
Mount Adapter
EF-EOS M
Dioptric Adjustment
Lens E Series
Angle Finder C
Ec-Series Focusing Screens
Angle Finder C
Ef-Series Focusing
Screens
Eyepiece Extender
EP-EX15 II /EPX15
GPS Receiver
GP-E2
Remote Switch
Adapter RA-N3
EOS Link Software ES-E1
Car Battery Cable
CB-570
60D/60Da/50D/40D
Only
Interface Cable
IFC-200U
Interface Cable IFC-130U/200U
Mini-HDMI Cable HTC-100 (Not for EOS 40D)
70D/60D/60Da Only
Interface Cable
IFC-130U
Battery Magazine BM-E2
EOS 70D/60D/60Da/50D/40D Only
Rubber Frame
Eb
Extension Cord
1000T3*
Remote Switch
60T3*
Cable Release
Adapter T3*
Remote Switch
Adapter T3*
*Requires RA-N3 with EOS-1v
Dioptric Adjustment
Lens E Series
50D/40D
Only
EOS 40D
Battery Grip BG-E2N
Wireless File Transmitter
WFT-E3A
Battery Magazine
BGM-E2
AC Adapter Kit
ACK-E2
DC Coupler
DR-400
Battery Charger
CG-580 or CB-5L
Battery Pack
BP-511A
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600EX-RT
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Dioptric Adjustment
Lens E Series
GPS Receiver
GP-E2 ††
Wireless Remote
Controller RC-5/RC-6***
EOS 5D
EOS 50D
Rubber Frame
Ef
EOS M Only
EOS 5D Only
EOS 60D/60Da
Eyecup
Ef
Wireless Remote
Controller RC-1***
Wireless File Transmitter
WFT-E5A
EOS 70D
Mini-HDMI Cable
HTC-100
Stereo AV Cable
AVC-DC400ST
EOS Rebel T3 Only
Stereo AV Cable AVC-DC400ST
EOS 7D
The EOS M Digital Camera brings the moviemaking and still image performance
of EOS cameras to a highly portable system. The EOS M Digital Camera captures
Full HD video with smooth, quiet and continuous autofocus with intuitive controls
and phenomenal optics. The camera’s AF system is made possible by its
Movie Servo AF mode, Canon’s brilliant STM lenses, advanced CMOS sensor
5 Image Processor. The EOS M Digital
technology, and the powerful
Camera leverages these technologies to deliver high-quality moving and still
images with the advanced features and outstanding performance of the EOS
series. With the optional Mount Adapter EF-EOS M, the EOS M Digital Camera is
compatible with the entire line of Canon’s EF and EF-S lenses for complete
versatility. As a tool emboldening the creative photographer and moviemaker,
the EOS M is truly creativity in motion.
Interface Cable
IFC-500U
Extension Cord
ET-1000N3 †
Battery Grip BG-E7
Creativity in Motion
External microphone**
Mini-HDMI Cable
HTC-100
EOS 7D Only
AC Adapter Kit
ACK-E2
Interface Cable
IFC-200U
Eyepiece Extender
EP-EX15 II
Remote Switch
60T3**
AC Adapter Kit
ACK-E6
Eyepiece Extender
EP-EX15/15 II
Eg-Series Focusing
Screens
Battery Magazine
BGM-E6
Rubber Frame
Ef
EOS Rebel SL1 Only
Interface Cable
IFC-130U
Extension Cord
1000T3**
Interface Cable
IFC-500U
5D Mark II
Only
Stereo Video Cable
STV-250N
Dioptric Adjustment
Lens E Series
EOS Rebel SL1
Stereo AV Cable
AVC-DC400ST
GPS Receiver
GP-E2
EOS Rebel T2i
Remote Switch
Adapter T3**
Eyecup Eb
External microphone
Eyepiece Extender
EP-EX15 II
Eyecup
Ef
Battery Pack
LP-E6
Angle Finder C
Eyepiece Extender
EP-EX15
Angle Finder C
AC Adapter Kit ACK-E8
Battery Magazine BGM-E8L
Wireless Remote
Controller RC-5/RC-6***
Battery Charger
LC-E6
Mini-HDMI Cable
HTC-100
GPS Receiver
GP-E2 ††
Interface Cable
IFC-200U
Battery Grip BG-E13
EOS 5D Mark II
GPS Receiver
GP-E2*
Timer Remote
Controller TC-80N3 †
EOS Rebel T3i
6D
Only
EOS 6D
Wireless Remote
Controller RC-1***
Cable Release
Adapter T3**
Battery Grip BG-E11
Mini-HDMI Cable
HTC-100
Interface Cable
IFC-200U/IFC-500U
Interface Cable
IFC-130U
EOS Rebel T4i
5D Mark III
Only
EOS-1D Mark IV
Stereo AV Cable
AVC-DC400ST
Battery Charger
LC-E8
Battery Pack
LP-E8
Remote Switch
RS-80N3 †
Stereo AV Cable
AVC-DC400ST*
EOS 5D Mark III/6D/5D Mark II Only
EOS 5D Mark III
Remote Switch
RS-60E3
EOS Rebel T5i
Battery Grip BG-E8
Video Cable VC-100
Battery Pack
LP-E4
Anti-Fog Eyepiece Eg
External
microphone
GPS Receiver
GP-E1
1Ds Mark III/1D Mark IV Only
EOS-1Ds Mark III
Eyecup Eg
580EX II
430EX II
320EX
270EX II
220EX
90EX
Video Cable
VC-100
Compact Power Adapter
CA-570
Macro Twin Lite
MT-24EX
Compact Power Adapter
CA-PS400
Macro Ring Lite
MR-14EX
Speedlite Transmitter
ST-E3-RT
Speedlite Transmitter
ST-E2
Off-Camera Shoe Cord
OC-E3
TTL Hot Shoe
Adapter 3 †
Connecting Cord
60 †
Connecting Cord
300 †
TTL
Distributor †
Off-Camera
Shoe Adapter
OA-2 †
† These accessories provide TTL or manual flash
control, but are not compatible with E-TTL or
E-TTL II; no automatic flash with EOS digital
SLR cameras.
The EOS 5D Mark III and EOS 7D require a firmware upgrade to be compatible with the GPS Receiver GP-E2.
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EOS Camera Comparison Chart
EOS-1D X
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EOS 5D Mark III
EOS 6D
EOS 7D
EOS 70D
EOS 60D/60Da
EOS Rebel T5i
EOS Rebel SL1
EOS Rebel T3i
EOS Rebel T3
EOS M
DSLR
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
No
Autofocus System
61-Point High Density Reticular AF with Offset Array Sensor; TTL-AREA-SIR
AF-dedicated CMOS Sensor with 41 cross-type points (lens dependant) One-Shot
and AI Servo AF III with EOS iTR AF; Manual focusing confirmation possible with
EF lenses; Automatic or manual focus point selection
61-Point High Density Reticular AF with Offset Array Sensor; TTL-AREA-SIR
AF-dedicated CMOS Sensor with 41 cross-type points (lens dependant) OneShot and AI Servo III AF; Manual focusing confirmation possible with EF lenses;
Automatic or manual focus point selection
TTL-CT-SIR AF CMOS Sensor (only the center point is cross-type); One-Shot
and AI Servo with Focus Prediction; AI Focus AF; Manual focusing
confirmation possible with EF lenses; Automatic or manual point selection
TTL-CT-SIR CMOS Sensor;
One-Shot and AI Servo II AF with Focus Prediction;
Manual focusing confirmation possible With EF lenses;
Automatic or manual focus point selection
TTL-CT-SIR AF CMOS Sensor (all points are cross-type); One-Shot and AI Servo AF
with Focus Prediction; AI Focus AF; Manual focusing confirmation possible with
EF and EF-S lenses; Automatic or manual point selection
TTL-CT-SIR AF-dedicated CMOS sensor;
One-Shot and AI Servo AF with Focus Prediction;
Manual focusing confirmation possible with EF and
EF-S Lenses; Automatic or manual focus point selection
TTL-CT-SIR AF CMOS Sensor (all points are cross-type); One-Shot and AI
Servo AF with Focus Prediction; AI Focus AF; Manual Focusing confirmation
possible with EF and EF-S lenses; Automatic or manual point selection
TTL-CT-SIR AF CMOS Sensor (only the center point is cross-type); One-Shot and
AI Servo AF with Focus Prediction; AI Focus AF; Manual Focusing confirmation
possible with EF and EF-S lenses; Automatic or manual point selection
TTL-CT-SIR AF CMOS Sensor (only the center point is cross-type); OneShot and AI Servo with Focus Prediction; AI Focus AF; Manual focusing
confirmation possible with EF and EF-S lenses; Automatic or manual
point selection
TTL-CT-SIR AF CMOS Sensor (only the center point is cross-type);
One-Shot and AI Servo with Focus Prediction; AI Focus AF;
Manual focusing confirmation possible with EF and EF-S lenses;
Automatic or manual point selection
TTL-CT-SIR AF CMOS Sensor; One-Shot AF with Focus
Prediction and AI Servo AF; Manual focusing confirmation
possible with EF, EF-S, EF-M lenses; Automatic or manual
point selection
Image Processor /
Image Sensor
Dual DIGIC 5+ and dedicated DIGIC 4 for metering / 36 x 24mm, Single-plate
CMOS Sensor with Ultrasonic Wave Motion Cleaning
DIGIC 5+ / 36 x 24mm, Single-plate CMOS Sensor with Auto Sensor Cleaning
DIGIC 5+ / 35.8 x 23.9mm, Single-plate CMOS sensor with
Auto Sensor Cleaning
Dual DIGIC 4 / 22.3 x 14.9mm, Single-plate CMOS Sensor with
Auto Sensor Cleaning
DIGIC 5+ / 22.4 x 15.0mm, Single-plate CMOS sensor with
Auto Sensor Cleaning
DIGIC 4 / 22.3 x 14.9mm, Single-plate CMOS Sensor with
Auto Sensor Cleaning
DIGIC 5 / 22.3 x 14.9mm, Single-plate CMOS sensor with
Auto Sensor Cleaning
DIGIC 5 / 22.3 x 14.9mm, Single-plate CMOS sensor with Auto Sensor Cleaning
DIGIC 4 / 22.3 x 14.9mm, Single-plate CMOS Sensor with
Auto Sensor Cleaning
DIGIC 4 / 22.0 x 14.7mm, Single-plate CMOS Sensor
DIGIC 5 / 22.3 x 14.9mm, Single-plate CMOS sensor with
Auto Sensor Cleaning
Crop Factor
1.0x (Full-frame)
1.0x (Full-frame)
1.0x (Full-frame)
1.6x (APS-C)
1.6x (APS-C)
1.6x (APS-C)
1.6x (APS-C)
1.6x (APS-C)
1.6x (APS-C)
1.6x (APS-C)
1.6x (APS-C)
Special Features
•18.1 Megapixel Full-Frame CMOS sensor
•Built-in 3.2" Clear View LCD monitor II
(approx. 1,040,000 dots)
•31 Custom Functions in 6 groups
•2 Multi-controllers
•Simultaneous RAW and JPEG image capture
•Multiple Exposures (4 modes)
•Dioptric adjustment
•Depth-of-field preview
•FE lock
•Mirror lock
•In-camera RAW processing
•Star rating system
•USB 2.0 Hi-Speed compatible
•Magnesium-alloy body
•12.2 Megapixel CMOS sensor
• Built-in 2.7" LCD monitor (approx. 230,000 dots)
• 10 Custom Functions with 32 settings
• Simultaneous RAW + JPEG image capture
• FE Lock
• Feature Guide
• Basic+
• Peripheral Illumination Correction
• Hybrid Single Blade Shutter
• HD Video Shooting
• USB 2.0 Hi-Speed compatible
•Slide Show
•Ratings
•18.0 Megapixel CMOS sensor
•Built-in Touch Screen 3.0" Clear View LCD monitor II
(approx. 1,040,000 dots)
•7 Custom Functions with 19 settings
•Simultaneous RAW + JPEG image capture
•Basic+
•Multi-shot Noise Reduction
•Creative Filters
•HDR Backlight Control mode
•Handheld Night Scene mode
•Movie Servo AF
•EOS Scene Detection Technology, Scene Intelligent Auto and
Picture Style Auto
•Full HD Video
•Picture Style
Video Recording Size
1920 x 1080 (Full HD): 30p (29.97) / 25p / 24p (23.976),
1280 x 720 (HD): 60p (59.94) / 50p, 640 x 480 (SD): 30p (29.97) / 25p
Number of Focusing Points
•Picture Style
•Dust reduction feature
•Live View Function & Face
Detection Live mode
•Full HD Video
•SMPTE Time Code
•Intelligent Viewfinder
•Lens aberration correction
•22.3 Megapixel Full-Frame
CMOS sensor
•Built-in 3.2" Clear View LCD monitor II
(approx. 1,040,000 dots)
•13 Custom Functions in 3 groups
•Multi-controller and Quick Control Dial
•Dual Axis Electronic Level
•Simultaneous RAW and JPEG image
capture
•HDR Shooting with 5 effects
•Multiple Exposures (4 modes)
•Dioptric adjustment
•Depth-of-field preview
•FE lock
•Mirror lock
•In-camera RAW processing
•Star rating system
•USB 2.0 Hi-Speed compatible
•Magnesium-alloy body
•Picture Style
•Dust reduction feature
•Live View Function & Face Detection
Live mode
•Full HD Video
•SMPTE Time Code
•All-I or IPB Compression
•Intelligent Viewfinder
•Lens aberration correction
1920 x 1080 (Full HD): 30p (29.97) / 25p / 24p (23.976), 1280 x 720 (HD): 60p
(59.94) / 50p, 640 x 480 (SD): 30p (29.97) / 25p
•20.2 Megapixel Full-Frame
CMOS sensor
•Built-in 3.0" Clear View LCD monitor II
(approx. 1,040,000 dots)
•Built-in wireless technology
•Built-in GPS
•20 Custom Functions in 3 groups
•Simultaneous RAW + JPEG image
capture
•Multiple Exposures
•Dioptric adjustment
•FE Lock
•Basic+
•In-camera RAW processing
•Star Rating System
•USB 2.0 Hi-speed compatible
•Picture Style
•Dust reduction feature
•Live View Function & Face
Detection Live mode
•Full HD Video
•All-I or IPB Compression
•SMPTE Time Code
•Multi-shot Noise Reduction
•Lens Aberration Correction
•18.0 Megapixel CMOS sensor
•Built-in 3.0" Clear View LCD
monitor II (approx. 920,000 dots)
•27 Custom Functions in 4 Groups
•Multi-controller
•Dual Axis Electronic Level
•Simultaneous RAW and JPEG
image capture
•Dioptric adjustment
•Depth-of-field preview
• Intelligent Viewfinder Display
•FE lock
•Mirror lock
•Retractable built-in E-TTL II
flash, with integrated Speedlite
transmitter and manual output
control
•USB 2.0 Hi-Speed compatible
•Magnesium alloy body
•Picture Style
•Dust Reduction Feature
•Live View Function & Face
Detection Live mode
•Full HD video
•20.2 Megapixel CMOS sensor
•Built-in Vari-angle Touch Screen
3.0" Clear View LCD monitor II
(approx. 1,040,000 dots)
•Built-in wireless technology
•23 custom functions in 4 groups
•Dual Pixel CMOS AF
•Simultaneous RAW + JPEG image capture
•Intelligent Viewfinder Display
•Multiple Aspect Ratios
•FE Lock
•Feature Guide
•Basic+
•Multi-shot Noise Reduction
•High Dynamic Range
•Multiple Exposures
•Handheld Night Scene mode
•HDR Backlight Control mode
•Creative Filters with real-time display
•Full HD Video with Movie Servo AF
•All-I or IPB Compression
•EOS Scene Detection Technology,
Scene Intelligent Auto and
Picture Style Auto
•Dioptric adjustment
•In-camera RAW processing
•Star Rating System
•Video Snapshot
•USB 2.0 Hi-speed compatible
•Lens Aberration Correction
•18.0 Megapixel CCMOS sensor
•Built-in Vari-angle 3.0"
Clear View LCD monitor
(approx. 1,040,000 dots)
•20 Custom Functions in 4 Groups
•Multi-controller
•Horizontal Level
•Simultaneous RAW + JPEG image
capture
•Dioptric adjustment
•Depth-of-field preview
•FE Lock
•Mirror Lock
•Retractable built-in E-TTL II flash
•Integrated Speedlite transmitter
•Basic+
•Movie Crop
•In-camera RAW processing
•Creative filters
•Star rating system
•Aluminum and polycarbonate with
glass fiber chassis
•USB 2.0 Hi-Speed compatible
•Picture Style
•Dust Reduction Feature
•Live View Function & Face
Detection Live mode
•Full HD video
•18.0 Megapixel CMOS sensor
•Built-in Vari-angle Touch Screen
3.0" Clear View LCD monitor II
(approx. 1,040,000 dots)
•8 Custom Functions with 24 settings
•Hybrid CMOS AF
•Simultaneous RAW + JPEG image
capture
•FE Lock
•Mirror Lock
•Feature Guide
•Basic+
•Multi-shot Noise Reduction
•Creative Filters with real-time display
•HDR Backlight Control mode
•Handheld Night Scene mode
•Full HD Video with Movie Servo AF
•EOS Scene Detection Technology,
Scene Intelligent Auto and
Picture Style Auto
•Dioptric Adjustment
•Multiple Aspect Ratios
•Video Snapshot
•USB 2.0 Hi-Speed Compatible
•Built-in Flash with Speedlite
Transmitter
•Lens Aberration Correction
•18.0 Megapixel CMOS sensor
•Built-in Touch Screen 3.0" Clear View
LCD monitor II (approx. 1,040,000 dots)
•8 Custom Functions with 24 settings
•Hybrid CMOS AF II
•Simultaneous RAW + JPEG image capture
•FE Lock
•Mirror Lock
•Feature Guide
•Basic+
•Multi-shot Noise Reduction
•Creative Filters with real-time display
•Special Scene Modes (HDR Backlight
Control, Handheld Night Scene, Night
Portrait, Kids, Candlelight, Food)
•Full HD Video with Movie Servo AF
•EOS Scene Detection Technology,
Scene Intelligent Auto and
Picture Style Auto
•Dioptric Adjustment
•Multiple Aspect Ratios
•Video Snapshot
•USB 2.0 Hi-Speed Compatible
•Built-in Flash
•Lens Aberration Correction
•18.0 Megapixel CMOS sensor
•Built-in Vari-angle 3.0" Clear View LCD
monitor (approx. 1,040,000 dots)
• 11 Custom Functions with 34 settings
•Simultaneous RAW + JPEG image
capture
• FE Lock
• Mirror Lock
• Feature Guide
• Basic+
• Peripheral Illumination Correction
• Creative Filters
• USB 2.0 Hi-Speed compatible
•EOS Scene Detection
Technology, Scene Intelligent
Auto and Picture Style Auto
•Multiple Aspect Ratios
•Movie Digital Zoom
•Video Snapshot albums
•Built-in flash with Speedlite
transmitter
•Full HD Video
1920 x 1080 (Full HD): 30p (29.97) / 25p / 24p (23.976),
1280 x 720 (HD): 60p (59.94) / 50p, 640 x 480 (SD): 30p (29.97) / 25p
1920 x 1080 (Full HD): 30p (29.97) / 25p / 24p (23.976), 1280 x 720
(HD): 60p (59.94) / 50p, 640 x 480 (SD): 60p (59.94) / 50p
1920 x 1080 (Full HD): 30p (29.97) / 25p / 24p (23.976), 1280 x 720
(HD): 60p (59.94) / 50p, 640 x 480 (SD): 30p (29.97) / 25p
1920 x 1080 (Full HD): 30p (29.97) / 25p / 24p (23.976), 1280 x 720:
60p (59.94) / 50p, 640 x 480 (Movie Crop): 60p (59.94) /50p
1920 x 1080 (Full HD): 30p (29.97) / 25p / 24p (23.976), 1280 x 720
(HD): 60p (59.94) / 50p, 640 x 480 (SD): 30p (29.97) / 25p
1920 x 1080 (Full HD): 30p (29.97) / 25p / 24p (23.976), 1280 x 720 (HD):
60p (59.94) / 50p, 640 x 480 (SD): 30p (29.97) / 25p
1920 x 1080 (Full HD): 30p (29.97) / 24p (23.976) / 25p, 1280 x 720 (HD):
60p (59.94) / 50p, 640 x 480 (SD): 30p (29.97) / 25p
1280 x 720: 30p (29.97) / 25p
1920 x 1080 (Full HD): 30p (29.97) / 25p / 24p (23.976), 1280 x
720 (HD): 60p (59.94) / 50p, 640 x 480 (SD): 30p (29.97) / 25p
61 (Area AF Ellipse); 61 points selectable, 41 cross-type points (lens dependent), 61 (Area AF Ellipse); 61 points selectable, 41 cross-type points (lens dependent)
5 diagonal cross-type points; AI Servo AF III
5 diagonal cross-type points, AI Servo AF III
11; 1 Center Cross-type point; 11 point selectable (manually-selected AF point
position used in horizontal/vertical shooting can be set separately)
19; Each AF point has a cross-type sensor, Center AF point is dual
high-precision cross-type sensor with f/2.8.
19; Each point has cross-type sensor; Center AF point has additional
high-precision, dual cross-type sensor with f/2.8 or faster lenses
9; Each AF point has cross-type sensors — Center AF point also has
additional, high-precision dual cross-type sensor with f/2.8 or faster lenses
9; Each point has cross-type sensor; Center AF point has additional
high-precision dual cross-type sensor with f/2.8 or faster lenses
9; Center AF point is a high precision cross-type, vertical-line sensitive
at f/2.8.
9; Center AF point is a high precision cross-type, vertical-line sensitive
at f/2.8.
9; Center AF point is cross-type, vertical-line sensitive at f/5.6.
31 (Live View only)
ISO Range*
(Still) ISO 100–51200, L: 50, H1: 102400, H2: 204800
(Video) ISO 100–25600, H: 51200, H1: 102400, H2: 204800
(Still) ISO 100–25600, L: 50, H1: 51200, H2: 102400
(Video) ISO 100–12800, H: 25600
(Still) ISO 100–25600, L: 50, H1: 51200, H2: 102400
(Video) ISO 100–12800, H: 25600
(Still) ISO 100–6400, H: 12800
(Video) ISO 100–6400, H: 12800
(Still) ISO 100–12800, H: 25600
(Video) ISO 100–6400, H: 12800
(Still) ISO 100–6400, H: 12800
(Video) ISO 100–6400
(Still) ISO 100–12800, H: 25600
(Video) ISO 100–6400, H: 12800
(Still) ISO 100–12800, H: 25600
(Video) ISO 100–6400, H: 12800
(Still) ISO 100–6400, H: 12800
(Video) ISO 100–6400
(Still) ISO 100–6400
(Video) ISO 100–6400 (AUTO SET)
(Still) ISO 100–12800, H: 25600
(Video) ISO 100–6400, H: 12800
Recording Media
2 ea. UDMA CF/CF Card (Type I or II)
1 UDMA CF/CF Card (Type I ) and 1 SD/SDHC/SDXC Memory Card
SD, SDHC, SDXC, UHS-I SD Memory Cards
UDMA CF/CF Cards (Type I or II)
SD, SDHC, SDXC, UHS-I SD Memory Cards
SD/SDHC/SDXC Memory Cards
SD, SDHC, SDXC, UHS-I SD Memory Cards
SD, SDHC, SDXC, UHS-I SD Memory Cards
SD/SDHC/SDXC Memory Cards
SD/SDHC/SDXC Memory Cards
SD, SDHC, SDXC, UHS-I SD Memory Cards
Maximum Frames Per Second
Single, 12.0 fps***, 3.0 fps, 14.0 fps Super High Speed Mode
Single, 3.0 fps, 6.0 fps
Single and 4.5 fps
Single, 8.0 fps, 3.0 fps
Single and 7.0 fps
Single, 5.3 fps, 3.0 fps
Single and 5.0 fps
Single and 4.0 fps
Single and 3.7 fps
Single and 3.0 fps
Single and 4.3 fps#
Shutter Speeds
30–1/8,000 sec. & Bulb; manually settable in 1/3-, 1/2-, 1-stop increments
30–1/8,000 sec. & Bulb; manually settable in 1/3- and, 1-stop increments
30–1/4000 sec. & Bulb, manually settable in 1/3- or
1/2-stop increments
30–1/8,000 sec. & Bulb; manually settable in 1/3- or
1/2-stop increments
30–1/8000 sec. & Bulb, manually settable in 1/3- or
1/2-stop increments
30–1/8000 sec. & Bulb; manually settable in 1/3- or
1/2-stop increments
30–1/4000 sec. & Bulb, manually settable in 1/3- or
1/2-stop increments
30-1/4000 sec. & Bulb; manually settable in 1/3 or 1/2-stop increments
30–1/4,000 sec. & Bulb, manually settable in 1/3- or 1/2-stop increments
30–1/4,000 sec. & Bulb, manually settable in 1/3- or
1/2-stop increments
30–1/4000 sec. & Bulb, manually settable in 1/3- or
1/2-stop increments
Autofocus Sensitivity
EV -2 to 18 (at ISO 100 with f/1.4 lens)
EV -2 to 18 (at ISO 100 with f/1.4 lens)
Center AF Point: EV -3 to 18 (at ISO 100)
Other AF Points: EV -0.5 to 18 (at ISO 100)
EV -0.5 to 18 (at ISO 100)
EV -0.5 to 18 (at ISO 100)
EV -0.5 to 18 (at ISO 100)
EV -0.5 to 18 (at ISO 100)
Center AF Point: -0.5 to 18 (at ISO 100)
Other AF Points: 0.5 to 18 (at ISO 100)
EV -0.5 to 18 (at ISO 100)
EV 0 to 18 (at ISO 100)
EV 1 to 18 (at ISO 100)
Autofocus Auxiliary Light Built-in –
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Yes (via built-in flash)
Yes (via built-in flash)
Yes (via built-in flash)
Yes (via built-in flash)
Yes (via built-in flash)
Yes (via built-in flash)
Yes (via built-in flash)
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Shutter
Vertical-travel, focal-plane shutter with soft-touch electromagnetic release, all
speeds electronically controlled
Vertical-travel, focal-plane shutter with soft-touch electromagnetic release, all
speeds electronically controlled
Vertical-travel, mechanical, focal-plane shutter with all speeds
electronically controlled
Vertical-travel, focal-plane shutter with soft-touch electromagnetic
release, all speeds electronically controlled
Vertical-travel, mechanical, focal-plane shutter with all speeds
electronically-controlled
Vertical-travel, mechanical, soft-touch electromagnetic release,
focal-plane shutter with all speeds electronically controlled
Vertical-travel, mechanical, focal-plane shutter with all speeds
electronically-controlled
Vertical-travel, mechanical, focal-plane shutter with all speeds electronicallycontrolled
Vertical-travel, mechanical, focal-plane shutter with all speeds
electronically controlled
Vertical-travel, mechanical, focal-plane shutter with all speeds
electronically controlled
Vertical-travel, mechanical, focal-plane shutter with all speeds
electronically-controlled
Maximum Flash Synchronization Up to 1/250 sec.; high-speed sync. available with EX-series Speedlite flashes
Speed
Up to 1/200 sec.; high-speed sync. available with EX-series Speedlite flashes
Up to 1/180 sec.; high-speed sync. available with EX-series
Speedlite flashes
Up to 1/250 sec.; high-speed sync. available with EX-series
Speedlite flashes
Up to 1/250 sec.; high-speed sync. available with EX-series
Speedlite flashes
Up to 1/250 sec.; high-speed sync. available with EX-series
Speedlite flashes
Up to 1/200 sec.
Up to 1/200 sec.
Up to 1/200 sec.; high-speed sync. available with EX-series Speedlites
Up to 1/200 sec.; high-speed sync. available with EX-series
Speedlites
Up to 1/200 sec.
Metering System
TTL full-aperture metering:
•252-zone Evaluative metering
•6.5% Partial metering
•2.5% Spot metering (linked to user-selected
focusing point)
TTL full-aperture metering:
•63-zone Evaluative metering
•7.2% Partial metering
•1.5 % Spot metering (Center Point)
TTL full-aperture metering:
•63-zone Evaluative metering
•Approx. 8% partial metering
• Approx. 3.5% spot metering
•Center-weighted average metering
TTL full-aperture metering:
•Pre-flash metering (E-TTL II)
•63-zone Evaluative metering
•9.4% Partial metering
•2.3% Center spot metering
•Center-Weighted average metering
TTL full-aperture metering:
•63-zone Evaluative metering
•Approx. 7.7% partial metering
• Approx. 3.0% spot metering
•Center-weighted average metering
TTL full-aperture metering
•63-zone Evaluative metering
•6.5% Partial metering
•2.8% Center spot metering
•Center-Weighted average metering
TTL full-aperture metering:
•63-zone Evaluative metering
•Approx. 9% partial metering
•Approx. 4% spot metering
•Center-weighted average metering
TTL full-aperture metering:
•63-zone Evaluative metering
•Approx. 9% partial metering
•Approx. 4% spot metering
•Center-weighted average metering
TTL full-aperture metering:
•63-zone Evaluative metering
•9% Partial metering
•4% Spot metering
•Center-Weighted average metering
TTL full-aperture metering:
•63-zone Evaluative metering
•Approx. 10% Partial metering
•Center-Weighted average metering
•Pre-flash metering (E-TTL II)
TTL full-aperture metering:
•63-zone Evaluative metering
•Approx. 11% partial metering
•Approx. 2.8% spot metering
•Center-weighted average metering
Metering Sensitivity
EV 0–20 for all patterns (at ISO 100 with f/1.4 lens)
EV 0–20 for all patterns (at ISO 100 with f/1.4 lens)
EV 0–20 (at ISO 100 with f/1.4 lens)
EV 1–20 for all patterns (at ISO 100 with f/1.4 lens)
EV 0–20 (at ISO 100 with f/1.4 lens)
EV 0–20 for all patterns (at ISO 100 with f/1.4 lens)
EV 1–20 (at ISO 100 with f/1.8 lens)
EV 1–20 (at ISO 100 with f/1.8 lens)
EV 1–20 (at ISO 100 with f/1.4 lens)
EV 0–20 (at ISO 100 with f/1.4 lens)
EV 1–20 (at ISO 100 with f/2 lens)
Exposure Compensation
±5 stops in 1/3- or 1/2-stop increments
±5 stops in 1/3- or 1/2-stop increments
±5 stops in 1/3- or 1/2-stop increments
±5 stops in 1/3- or 1/2-stop increments
±5 stops in 1/3- or 1/2-stop increments
±5 stops in 1/3- or 1/2-stop increments
±5 stops in 1/3- or 1/2-stop increments
±5 stops in 1/3- or 1/2-stop increments
±5 stops in 1/3- or 1/2-stop increments
±5 stops in 1/3- or 1/2-stop increments
±3 stops in 1/3- or 1/2-stop increments
Flash Exposure Compensation
±3 stops in 1/3- or 1/2-stop increments
±3 stops in 1/3- or 1/2-stop increments
±3 stops in 1/3- or 1/2-stop increments
±3 stops in 1/3- or 1/2-stop increments
Up to ±3 stops in 1/3- or 1/2-stop increments
±3 stops in 1/3- or 1/2-stop increments
Up to ±2 stops in 1/3- or 1/2-stop increments
Up to ±2 stops in 1/3- or 1/2-stop increments
Up to ±2 stops in 1/3- or 1/2-stop increments
Up to ±2 stops in 1/3- or 1/2-stop increments
±2 stops in 1/3- or 1/2-stop increments
AE Lock
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Exposure Modes
•Shutter Speed-priority AE
•Aperture-priority AE
•Program AE (shiftable)
•Manual
•E-TTL II Flash AE
•Bulb
•Shutter Speed-priority AE
•Aperture-priority AE
•Program AE (shiftable)
•Manual
•Scene Intelligent Auto
•E-TTL II Flash AE
Viewfinder
Fixed eye-level pentaprism
Fixed eye-level pentaprism
Fixed eye-level pentaprism
Fixed eye-level pentaprism
Fixed eye-level pentaprism
Fixed eye-level pentaprism
Fixed eye-level pentamirror
Fixed eye-level pentamirror
Fixed eye-level pentamirror
Fixed eye-level pentamirror
Viewfinder Coverage
Approx. 100% horizontal and vertical at 0.76x
Approx. 100% horizontal and vertical at 0.71x
Approx. 97% horizontal and vertical at 0.71x
Approx. 100% horizontal/vertical at 1x
Approx. 98% horizontal and vertical at 0.95x
Approx. 96% vertical/horizontal at 0.95x
Approx. 95% horizontal/vertical at 0.85x
Approx. 95% horizontal/vertical at 0.87x
Approx. 95% horizontal/vertical at 0.85x
Approx. 95% horizontal/vertical at 0.8x
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Viewfinder Information
Inside the picture area: Sixty-one focusing points, 2.5% Spot
metering circle. Displayed at the bottom and side of the viewing area:
Numeric and textual information with 7-segment LCD
Inside the picture area: Sixty-one focusing points, 1.5% Spot metering circle.
Displayed at the bottom of the viewing area: Numeric and textual information
with 7-segment LCD
Inside the picture area: Eleven focusing points, 3.5% Spot metering circle.
Numeric and textual information with 7-segment LCD
Inside the picture area: Nineteen focusing points, 2.3% Spot metering
circle, Compositional Grid. Displayed at the bottom of the viewing area:
Numeric and textual information with 7-segment LCD
Inside the picture area: Nineteen focusing points, 3.0% Spot metering
circle. Displayed at the bottom of the viewing area: Numeric and textual
information with 7-segment LCD
Inside the picture area: Nine focusing points, 2.8% Spot metering circle, Inside the picture area: Nine focusing points, 4% Spot metering circle.
Compositional Grid. Displayed at the bottom of the viewing area: Numeric Displayed at the bottom of the viewing area: Numeric and textual
and textual information with 7-segment LCD
information with 7-segment LCD
Inside the picture area: Nine focusing points, 4% Spot metering circle. Displayed Inside the picture area: Nine focusing points, 4% Spot metering circle.
at the bottom of the viewing area: Numeric and textual information with
Displayed at the bottom of the viewing area: Numeric and textual
7-segment LCD
information with 7-segment LCD
Inside the picture area: Nine focusing points. Displayed at the
bottom of the viewing area: Numeric and textual information
with 7-segment LCD
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•Shutter speed
•Aperture value
•AE Lock
•FE Lock
•Shots remaining
•Max. burst
•Multi-spot readings
•Metering Pattern
•Exposure level / Flash exposure level / Manual
Exposure level
•Exposure compensation / Flash compensation
•Exposure bracketing
•Shutter speed
•Aperture value
•AE Lock
•FE Lock
•Shots remaining
•Max. burst
•Multi-spot readings
•Metering Pattern
•Manual Exposure level
•Exposure compensation / Flash
compensation
•Exposure bracketing
•Shutter speed
•Aperture value
•AE lock
•FE lock
•Maximum burst
•Exposure level / Exposure Warning
•Flash Exposure compensation
•Flash ready / High-speed sync
•Highlight Tone Priority
•Focus Confirmation
•White Balance + / •ISO Speed
•Shutter speed
•Aperture value
•AE Lock
•FE Lock
•Max. burst
•Exposure level
•Flash exposure compensation
•Exposure bracketing
•Flash ready / High-speed sync
•Focus confirmation
•Highlight Tone Priority
•JPEG indicator
•Shutter speed
•Aperture value
•AE lock
•FE lock
•Maximum burst
•Exposure level / Exposure Warning
•Flash Exposure Compensation
•Flash ready / High-speed sync
•Highlight Tone Priority (D+)
•Red-eye Reduction Light
•AF Points
•Shutter speed
•Aperture value
•AE Lock
•FE Lock
•Max. burst
•Exposure level
•Flash exposure compensation
•Exposure bracketing
•Flash ready / High-speed sync
•Focus confirmation
•Highlight Tone Priority
•JPEG indicator
•Shutter speed
•Aperture Value
•AE Lock
•FE Lock
•Max. Burst
•Exposure Level
•Flash Exposure Compensation
•Exposure Warning
•AF Points
•Focus Confirmation
•Flash Ready / High-speed Sync
•Highlight Tone Priority (D+)
•Shutter speed
•Aperture Value
•AE Lock
•FE Lock
•Max. Burst
•Exposure Level
•Flash Exposure Compensation
•Exposure Warning
•AF points
•Flash Ready / High-speed Sync
•Focus Confirmation
•Multi-spot metering (up to 8
spot readings)
•Center-Weighted average
metering
•Pre-flash metering (E-TTL II)
•Flash ready / Hi-speed sync
•Highlight Tone Priority
•Focus confirmation
•White Balance +/•ISO speed
•JPEG indicator
•RAW indicator
•Battery check
•Memory card full warning
•Shooting Mode
•Electronic Level
• AF Indicator
•Multi-spot metering (up to 8 spot
readings)
•Center-Weighted average
metering
•Bulb
•Flash ready / Hi-speed sync
•Highlight Tone Priority
•Focus confirmation
•White Balance +/•ISO speed
•JPEG indicator
•RAW indicator
•Battery check
•Memory card full warning
•Shooting Mode
•Electronic Level
•AF Indicator
•Program AE
•Shutter-priority AE
•Aperture-priority AE
•Manual Exposure
•Scene Intelligent Auto
•Creative Auto
•E-TTL II Flash AE
•Bulb
•JPEG indicator
•RAW indicator
•Battery Check
•Memory card full warning
•Shooting Mode
•Electronic Level (Horizontal only)
•Program AE (shiftable)
•Shutter Speed-priority AE
•Aperture-priority AE
•Depth-of-field AE
•Full Auto
•Creative Auto
•Manual
•E-TTL II Flash AE
•Bulb
•Memory card full warning
• Electronic Level
•Program AE
•Shutter-priority AE
•Aperture-priority AE
•Manual Exposure
•Bulb
•Custom Shooting mode
•Scene Intelligent Auto
•Flash Off
•Creative Auto
•Programmed AE with
ambience selection
•E-TTL II Flash AE
•Focus Confirmation
•AF Area Selection Mode
•ISO Speed
•Battery Check
•Memory card full warning
•Grid Display
•Electronic Level (Horizontal only)
•Program AE (shiftable)
•Shutter-priority AE
•Aperture-priority AE
•Manual exposure
•Bulb
•Full Auto
•Flash Off
•Creative Auto
•Programmed Image Control
modes (5)
• E-TTL II Autoflash Program AE
•Memory card full warning
•Electronic level (Horizontal only)
•Battery check
•Program AE
•Shutter-priority AE
•Aperture-priority AE
•Manual Exposure
•Bulb
•Automatic depth-of-field AE
•Shutter speed
•Aperture Value
•AE Lock
•FE Lock
•Max. Burst
•Exposure Level
•Flash Exposure Compensation
•Exposure Warning
•AF Points
•Focus Confirmation
•Flash Ready / High-speed Sync
•Highlight Tone Priority (D+)
•Scene Intelligent Auto
•Flash Off
•Creative Auto
•Programmed AE with
ambience selection
•E-TTL II Flash AE
•Red-eye Reduction Light
•ISO Speed
•White Balance Correction
•Monochrome Shooting
•Memory card full warning
•Program AE
•Shutter-priority AE
•Aperture-priority AE
•Manual Exposure
•Bulb
•Automatic depth-of-field AE
•Scene Intelligent Auto
•Flash Off
•Creative Auto
•Programmed AE with ambience
selection
•E-TTL II Flash AE
•Red-eye Reduction Light
•ISO Speed
•White Balance Correction
•Monochrome Shooting
•Memory card full warning
•Shutter-priority AE
•Aperture-priority AE
•Manual exposure
•Automatic depth-of-field AE
•Scene Intelligent Auto
•Flash Off
•Shutter speed
•Aperture Value
•AE Lock
•FE Lock
•Max. Burst
•Exposure Level
•Flash Exposure Compensation
•Exposure Warning
•AF points
•Flash Ready / High-speed Sync
•Focus Confirmation
•Highlight Tone Priority (D+)
•Pre-flash metering (E-TTL II)
•Creative Auto
•Programmed AE with
ambience selection
•E-TTL II autoflash program AE
•Red-eye Reduction Light
•ISO Speed
•White Balance Correction
•Monochrome shooting
•Memory card full warning
•Program AE
•Shutter-priority AE
•Aperture-priority AE
•Manual exposure
•Automatic depth-of-field AE
•Full Auto
•Flash Off
•Creative Auto
•Programmed AE with
ambience selection
•E-TTL II autoflash program
AE
•Program AE
•Shutter-priority AE
•Aperture-priority AE
•Manual exposure
•Creative Auto
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•Highlight Tone Priority (D+)
•Red-eye Reduction Light
•ISO Speed
•White Balance Correction
•Monochrome shooting
•Memory card full warning
Focusing Screens
Intelligent Viewfinder with adaptable LCD overlay displaying Compositional
Grid, AF Selection Modes and AF Points; precision laser-matte screen Ec-C V,
interchangeable (Ec series)
Intelligent Viewfinder with adaptable LCD overlay displaying Dual Axis Electronic
Level (Non-interchangeable)
Standard screen Eg-A II. Interchangeable with precision laser-matte with
grid Eg-D and super precision laser-matte Eg-S; incompatible with Eg-A
Intelligent Viewfinder with adaptable LCD overlay displaying Dual Axis
Electronic Level, Compositional Grid, Spot Metering Circle, AF Selection
Modes, and AF Points
Intelligent Viewfinder with adaptable LCD overlay displaying AF selection Modes, AF
points, Compositional Grid, Spot Metering Circle, and Electronic Level; precision
laser-matte screen marked with focusing points (non-interchangeable)
Precision laser-matte screen Ef-A marked with focusing points and Spot
metering circle (interchangeable with dedicated Ef-series screens. Metering
correction can be set with Custom Function IV-4)
Precision laser-matte screen marked with focusing points
(Non-interchangeable)
Precision laser-matte screen marked with focusing points (Non-interchangeable)
Precision laser-matte screen marked with focusing points
(Non-interchangeable)
Precision laser-matte screen marked with focusing points
(Non-interchangeable)
–
Self-Timer
Electronically controlled with 2- or 10-second delay
Electronically controlled with 2- or 10-second delay
Electronically controlled with 2- or 10-second delay
Electronically controlled with 2- or 10-second delay
Electronically controlled with 2- or 10-second delay
Electronically controlled with 2- or 10-second delay
Electronically controlled with 2- or 10-second delay
Electronically controlled with 2- or 10-second delay
Electronically controlled with 2- or 10-second delay
Electronically controlled with 2- or 10-second delay
Electronically controlled with 2- or 10-second delay
Body Dimensions (W x H x D)
Approx. 6.2 x 6.4 x 3.3 in. / 158 x 163.6 x 82.7mm
Approx. 6.0 x 4.6 x 3.0 in. / 152 x 116.4 x 76.4mm
Approx. 5.7 x 4.4 x 2.8 in. / 144.5 x 110.5 x 71.2mm
Approx. 5.8 x 4.4 x 2.9 in. / 148.2 x 110.7 x 73.5mm
Approx. 5.5 x 4.1 x 3.1 in. / 139.0 x 104.3 x 78.5mm
Approx. 5.7 x 4.2 x 3.1 in. / 144.5 x 105.8 x 78.6mm
Approx. 5.2 x 3.9 x 3.1 in. / 133.1 x 99.8 x 78.8mm
Approx. 4.60 x 3.57 x 2.74 in. / 116.8 x 90.7 x 69.4mm
Approx. 5.2 x 3.9 x 3.1 in. / 133.1 x 99.5 x 79.7mm
Approx. 5.1 x 3.9 x 3.0 in. / 129.9 x 99.7 x 77.9mm
Approx. 4.28 x 2.62 x 1.27 in. / 108.6 x 66.5 x 32.3mm
Weight (CIPA standards)
Approx. 54.0 oz. / 1,530g
Approx. 33.5 oz. / 950g
Approx. 26.7 oz. / 755g
Approx. 32.1 oz. / 910g
Approx. 26.7 oz. / 755g
Approx. 26.6 oz. / 755g
Approx. 20.5 oz. / 580g
Approx. 14.36 oz. / 407g
Approx. 20.1 oz. / 570g
Approx. 17.4 oz. / 495g
Approx. 10.5 oz. / 298g
* Standard output sensitivity. Recommended exposure index.
** SDHC compatibility requires firmware update
***The maximum continuous shooting speed is restricted to 10 fps when the battery charge is less than 50% or when ISO speed is above 32000. If the camera’s internal temperature is low and ISO speed is above 20000, the maximum continuous shooting speed is restricted to 10 fps.
# 4.3 fps with One-Shot AF or MF.
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EOS CAMERAS
Video Recording Size and Time
Video
Recording Size
Image Format and Capacity Chart
Total Recording Time
Frame
Rate
8GB Card
16GB Card
File Size
30fps
25fps
JPEG
24fps
1280 x 720
60fps
50fps
640 x 480
All-I
11 min.
22 min.
685 MB/min.
IPB
32 min.
64 min.
235 MB/min.
All-I
11 min.
22 min.
685 MB/min.
IPB
32 min.
64 min.
All-I
11 min.
22 min.
685 MB/min.
IPB
32 min.
64 min.
235 MB/min.
1280 x 720
640 x 480
640 x 480
2592 x 1728
(Approx. 4.50 megapixels)
2.1
3290
5184 x 3456
Lossless Compression
(Approx. 17.90 megapixels)
—
23.2
Large
—
—
23.2 + 6.0 230
All-I
12 min.
25 min.
610 MB/min.
mRAW +
JPEG
Large
—
mRAW +
Separate JPEG File
—
18.3 + 6.0 270
S RAW
.CR2
2592 x 1728
(Approx. 4.50 megapixels)
Lossless Compression
—
13.0
—
sRAW +
Separate JPEG File
194 min.
78 MB/min.
sRAW +
JPEG
Large
JPEG
22 min.
44 min.
330 MB/min.
Large/Fine
3 hrs. 4 min.
165 MB/min.
RAW
30fps
Frame
Rate
13.0 + 6.0 340
22 min.
44 min.
330 MB/min.
22 min.
1 hr. 32 min.
44 min.
3 hrs. 4 min.
330 MB/min.
82.5 MB/min.
Total Recording Time
—
sRAW +
Separate JPEG File
Small 3
720 x 480
(Approx. 0.35 megapixels)
0.3
19520
Large/Fine
mRAW
.CR2
mRAW +
JPEG
Large/Fine
sRAW
.CR2
Large/Fine
5760 x 3840
Lossless Compression
(Approx. 22.10 megapixels)
—
—
—
RAW + Separate JPEG File
3960 x 2640
(Approx. 10.5 megapixels)
Lossless Compression
—
mRAW + Separate JPEG File
2880 x 1920
(Approx. 5.5 megapixels)
Lossless Compression
—
sRAW + Separate JPEG File
—
—
—
—
27.1
27.1 +7.0 210
19.1
19.1 + 7.0 270
15.1
15.1+ 7.0 320
2736 x 1824
(Approx. 5.0 megapixels)
Lossless Compression
—
13.3
sRAW +
JPEG
Large/Fine
—
sRAW +
Separate JPEG File
—
13.3 + 6.6 320
Small 3
720 x 480
(Approx. 0.35 megapixels)
—
0.3
10780
.CR2
5184 x 3456
(Approx. 17.9 megapixels)
Lossless Compression
—
24.5
150
—
RAW + Separate JPEG File —
470
RAW
RAW+JPEG Large/Fine
JPEG
Large/Fine
4272 x 2848
JPEG
(Approx. 12.2 megapixels)
Low Compression 4.4
830
High Compression 2.2
1600
3088 x 2056
(Approx. 6.3 megapixels)
Low Compression 2.6
1400
High Compression 1.4
2630
2256 x 1504
(Approx. 3.4 megapixels)
Low Compression 1.7
2130
High Compression 0.9
4060
Small 2
1920 x 1280
(Approx. 2.5 megapixels)
—
1.2
2880
Small 3
720 x 480
(Approx. 0.35 megapixels)
—
0.3
11280
.CR2
4272 x 2848
Lossless Compression
(Approx. 12.2 megapixels)
—
16.7
5
Small 2
1920 x 1280 (Approx. 2.50
megapixels)
1.3
2580
Small 3
720 x 480 (Approx. 0.35
megapixels)
0.3
10780
RAW
.CR2
5184 x 3456
Lossless Compression
(Approx. 17.90 megapixels)
—
24.5
130
RAW +
JPEG
Large
—
—
24.5 + 6.4 110
mRAW
.CR2
mRAW +
JPEG
Large/Fine
–
mRAW + Separate JPEG File
–
18.5+6.0 290
RAW +
Separate JPEG File
—
mRAW + Large
JPEG
—
mRAW +
Separate JPEG File
—
16.7 + 6.4 140
sRAW
.CR2
2592 x 1728
(Approx. 4.50 megapixels)
Lossless Compression
—
11.1
sRAW +
JPEG
Large
—
sRAW +
Separate JPEG File
—
11.1 + 6.4 180
550
Small/Normal
RAW
RAW+JPEG Large/Fine
—
RAW + Separate JPEG File —
16.7+4.4 1
EOS M*
3888 x 2592
Lossless Compression
(Approx. 10.10 megapixels)
380
24.5+6.4 110
EOS Rebel T3**
3100
18.5
13.0+6.0 380
2780
Low Compression 1.1
–
–
1.3
Small/Fine
Lossless Compression
sRAW + Separate JPEG File
—
1500
4104 x 2736
(Approx. 11.0 megapixels)
–
1920 x 1280
(Approx. 2.5 megapixels)
Low Compression 2.2
.CR2
Large/Fine
3180
Small 2
2592 x 1728 (Approx. 4.50
Megapixels)
mRAW
–
1670
High Compression 1.1
Small/Normal
Medium/Normal
23.5+6.0 240
sRAW +
JPEG
370
1930
–
Lossless Compression
Low Compression 2.2
High Compression 1.7
RAW + Separate JPEG File
2736 x 1824
(Approx. 5.00 megapixels)
2100
2592 x 1728
(Approx. 4.5 megapixels)
Medium/Fine
–
.CR2
1070
High Compression 1.7
Medium/Normal
940
Large/Fine
sRAW
Low Compression 3.4
Low Compression 3.4
RAW +
JPEG
13.0
1120
3456 x 2304
(Approx. 8.00 megapixels)
Medium/Fine
3456 x 2304
(Approx. 8.00 megapixels)
–
222 MB/min.
570
High Compression 3.2
Large/Normal
300
23.5+6.4 230
Low Compression 6.4
990
23.5
1 hr. 8 min.
Large/Fine
Large/Normal
490
5472 x 3648
Lossless Compression
(Approx. 20.00 megapixels)
17 min.
JPEG
Small/Fine
19.3
—
EOS Rebel T3i**
High Compression 3.2
.CR2
25fps
RAW+JPEG Large/Fine
Low Compression 6.4
RAW
30fps
RAW
5184 x 3456
JPEG
(Approx. 17.90 megapixels)
23070
EOS Rebel T3
JPEG
.CR2
0.3
165 MB/min.
5184 x 3456
(Approx. 17.9 megapixels)
sRAW
720 x 480
(Approx. 0.35 megapixels)
1 hr. 39 min.
290
RAW + Separate JPEG File —
19.3 + 6.6 270
Small 3
24 min.
23.5
—
—
60fps
30fps
5184 x 3456
(Approx. 17.9 megapixels)
Lossless Compression
5200
mRAW +
Separate JPEG File
24fps
330 MB/min.
.CR2
1.2
—
6130
49 min.
21560
mRAW + Large/Fine
JPEG
1.2
12 min.
0.3
—
1920 x 1280
(Approx. 2.50 megapixels)
6360
720 x 480
(Approx. 0.35 megapixels)
Lossless Compression
Small 2
3350
1.1
Small 3
4104 x 2736
(Approx. 11.2 megapixels)
6370
2.2
2790
.CR2
1.1
4200
2592 x 1728
(Approx. 4.5 megapixels)
3410
mRAW
Small 1/Normal
2150
1.7
2.3
24.0 + 6.6 200
3450
3.4
1.8
2736 x 1824
(Approx. 5.0 megapixels)
—
2.1
2240
3456 x 2304
(Approx. 8.0 megapixels)
5570
RAW +
Separate JPEG File
2736 x 1824
(Approx. 5.00 megapixels)
1140
3.2
1840
—
Small 1/Fine
Low Compression 6.4
3.6
3648 x 2432
(Approx. 8.9 megapixels)
Large/Fine
4240
Small/Normal
Medium/Fine
5184 x 3456
JPEG
(Approx. 17.90 megapixels)
1.3
RAW +
JPEG
1.7
330 MB/min.
Large/Fine
1920 x 1280
(Approx. 2.5 megapixels)
260
Medium/Normal
49 min.
JPEG
Small 2
24.0
2300
24.5+6.4 230
1920
—
3.2
Small/Fine
RAW + Separate JPEG File —
3.5
Lossless Compression
3648 x 2432
(Approx. 8.90 megapixels)
Medium/Normal
—
Small/Normal
5472 x 3648
(Approx. 20.0 megapixels)
Medium/Fine
Medium/Fine
290
1000
.CR2
Large/Fine
24.5
—
Low Compression 6.6
RAW
2380
12 min.
JPEG
19380
3.1
Large/Normal
30fps
5472 x 3648
(Approx. 20.0 megapixels)
0.3
JPEG
5472 x 3648
JPEG
(Approx. 20.00 megapixels)
Lossless Compression
Small/Fine
720 x 480
(Approx. 0.35 megapixels)
480
5184 x 3456
(Approx. 17.9 megapixels)
Medium/Normal
Small 3
370
.CR2
RAW+JPEG Large/Fine
5184 x 3456
JPEG
(Approx. 17.90 megapixels)
EOS Rebel SL1*
11.4 + 6.6 217
4990
Large/Normal
16GB Card
—
EOS 60D/60Da**
Large/Fine
RAW
Large/Normal
1.3
1250
4GB Card
345
1920 x 1280
(Approx. 2.5 megapixels)
Low Compression 6.0
JPEG
229
Small 2
260
EOS 6D*
File Size
RAW +
Separate JPEG File
EOS 70D*
5030
21560
155
11.4
5240
0.3
Small/Normal
—
1.4
720 x 480
(Approx. 0.35 megapixels)
3297
Lossless Compression
1.3
Small 3
Low Compression 1.1
2592 x 1728
(Approx. 4.50 megapixels)
1920 x 1280
(Approx. 2.50 megapixels)
5570
Small/Fine
sRAW
Small 2
1.3
1739
17.1 + 6.6 164
Small 1/Normal
1920 x 1280
(Approx. 2.5 megapixels)
Low Compression 2.2
—
2810
6360
Small 2
2592 x 1728
(Approx. 4.50megapixels)
mRAW +
Separate JPEG File
2.5
3350
1.1
Medium/Normal
—
2880 x 1920
(Approx. 5.50 megapixels)
2.2
2178
mRAW + Large
JPEG
Medium/Normal
4200
2592 x 1728
(Approx. 4.5 megapixels)
High Compression 1.8
17.1
Small 1/Fine
2150
1.7
Medium/Fine
—
3430
3.4
1122
3888 x 2592
Lossless Compression
(Approx. 10.10 megapixels)
1860
2240
3456 x 2304
(Approx. 8.0 megapixels)
Low Compression 3.5
.CR2
2.0
RAW +
JPEG
5760 x 3840
JPEG
(Approx. 22.10 megapixels)
Image File Recording
Size (MB) Capacity (shot)
1140
3456 x 2304
(Approx. 8.00 megapixels)
mRAW
Large/Fine
Compression
Rate
3.2
Large/Normal
25.1 + 6.6 122
JPEG
Recording Method
Low Compression 6.4
1169
—
Large
Large/Fine
High Compression 3.3
—
sRAW +
JPEG
JPEG
593
Large
.CR2
Recording Resolution
EOS Rebel T5i*
Low Compression 6.6
RAW +
JPEG
490
Image Format
5184 x 3456
JPEG
(Approx. 17.90 megapixels)
25.1
3.8
.CR2
Image File Recording
Size (MB) Capacity (shot)
—
3840 x 2560
(Approx. 9.80 megapixels)
Small/Normal
46 min.
Compression
Rate
5184 x 3456
Lossless Compression
(Approx. 17.90 megapixels)
Medium/Fine
Small/Fine
Recording Method
.CR2
1930
Medium/Normal
Recording Resolution
RAW
3.7
Large/Normal
330 MB/min.
Small 1/Normal
Large/Normal
Medium/Fine
44 min.
Small 1/Fine
1010
60fps
22 min.
Medium/Normal
Low Compression 7.0
24fps
30fps
—
Medium/Fine
350
EOS 5D Mark III*
30fps
Large/Fine
280
18.3
97 min.
25fps
1280 x 720
Small
—
IPB
50fps
640 x 480
2170
3888 x 2592
Lossless Compression
(Approx. 10.10 megapixels)
25fps
25fps
1280 x 720
3.3
.CR2
EOS 7D
1920 x 1080
3456 x 2304
(Approx. 8.0 megapixels)
RAW
sRAW +
JPEG
Video
Recording Size
Medium 2
.CR2
78 MB/min.
25fps
1470
mRAW
205 MB/min.
50fps
4.8
610 MB/min.
74 min.
60fps
4608 x 3072
(Approx. 14.20 megapixels)
RAW +
Separate JPEG File
JPEG
Large/Normal
205 MB/min.
24fps
1280 x 720
1200
25 min.
194 min.
25fps
Low Compression 6.0
74 min.
97 min.
Image Format
EOS 7D **
5184 x 3456
JPEG
(Approx. 17.90 megapixels)
12 min.
EOS Rebel T5i, EOS Rebel SL1, EOS Rebel T3i, EOS M
1920 x 1080
Recording
Capacity (shot)
37 min.
37 min.
25fps
Image File
Size (MB)
IPB
IPB
30fps
Compression
Rate
All-I
IPB
50fps
Recording Method
RAW +
JPEG
30fps
25fps
Large
Medium 1
235 MB/min.
EOS 60D/60Da
1920 x 1080
Recording Resolution
EOS-1D X*
EOS-1D X, EOS 5D Mark III, EOS 6D and EOS 70D
1920 x 1080
Image Format
16.7
190
JPEG
Large/Fine
5184 x 3456
JPEG
(Approx. 17.90 megapixels)
Low Compression 6.4
1140
High Compression 3.2
2240
3456 x 2304
(Approx. 8.00 megapixels)
Low Compression 3.4
2150
High Compression 1.7
4200
2592 x 1728
(Approx. 4.50 megapixels)
Low Compression 2.2
3350
High Compression 1.1
6360
Small 2
1920 x 1080
(Approx. 2.50 megapixels)
1.3
5570
Small 3
720 x 480
(Approx. 0.35 megapixels)
0.3
21560
.CR2
5184 x 3456
Lossless Compression
(Approx. 17.90 megapixels)
23.5
290
Large/Normal
Medium/Fine
Medium/Normal
300
Small/Fine
Small/Normal
RAW
RAW+JPEG Large/Fine
—
—
RAW + Separate JPEG File —
23.5+6.4 230
JPEG file sizes will vary depending on the subjects, shooting mode and ISO speed. *The number of possible shots apply to an 8GB card based on Canon’s testing standards. **The number of possible shots apply to a 4GB card based on Canon’s testing standards.
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EF LENSES
Image Stabilization:
It Belongs In the Lens
Optical Image Stabilizer
Parallel Movement Principle
Because every lens is different, different lenses
have different Optical Image Stabilizer needs.
• Reduces motion blur by counteracting camera shake during handheld photography
• With Optical Image Stabilizer in the lens, Canon can equip each Optical Image Stabilizer lens with
the stabilizer it needs
• Found on some telephoto lenses, Optical Image Stabilizer Mode 2 is especially effective when
doing panned shots
• With Canon Optical Image Stabilizer, the effects of the stabilization can be seen in the viewfinder –
the image is steadier, making composition more accurate
EF LENS TECHNOLOGY
Great images start with great optics. An SLR camera is often defined by the quality,
breadth and scope of its lens system. As such, Canon’s lenses alone are reason
enough to choose the EOS system. Combining some of the world’s most advanced
optical, microelectronic, and precision manufacturing technologies, EF lenses are
perfected in Canon’s laboratories, proven in the field and beloved by generations of
photographers. With over 90 million lenses produced to
date, whatever the project, whatever the budget,
Canon optics perform brilliantly every time.
Optical Image Stabilizer
Canon Optical Image Stabilizer technology
makes handheld photography more
practical at slow shutter speeds, accommodating
more low-light shooting situations than ever
before. Camera shake typically occurs at shutter
speeds less than 1/ [focal length], resulting
in image blur. Canon Optical Image Stabilizer
technology uses miniature sensors and a highspeed microcomputer built into the lens. The
sensors analyze vibrations and apply correction
via a special stabilizing lens group that shifts the
image parallel to the focal plane. Motion blur is
©Art Morris
canceled, resulting in a sharper image. With
Optical Image Stabilization, it’s like gaining up
to four stops. Canon Optical Image Stabilizer
technology is built into many EF, EF-S or EF-M
lenses and outperforms in-camera stabilization
technologies found in other cameras by allowing
for more movement of the stabilizing lens group.
Especially with telephoto lenses, as the lens focal
length increases, the effect of shake and the
degree of correction needed to cancel it increase
as well. With the Optical Image Stabilizer in the
lens, Canon can equip each IS lens with a stabilization unit optimized for the focal lengths and
optical characteristics unique to that lens. Other
systems are limited by how far they can move an
image sensor and, as a result, their stabilization
is less effective as telephoto lengths get longer.
Also, the result of Optical Image Stabilization
can be seen right in the viewfinder – impossible
with some other stabilizer systems.
Image Stabilizer OFF
Image Stabilizer ON
How the Image Stabilizer Works — The Optical Image
Stabilizer shifts a lens group in parallel to the focal plane.
When the lens jerks due to camera shake, the light rays
from the subject are bent relative to the optical axis,
resulting in a blurred image. Camera shake is detected
by two gyro sensors (one each for the yaw and pitch). The
gyro sensors detect the angle and speed of the camera
shake caused by handheld shooting. By moving select
lens elements according to how the entire lens is being
shaken, the image passing through the lens can be
steady and sharp when it hits the imaging sensor. The
figure on the extreme right shows what happens when
the lens is jerked downward. The center of the image
moves downward on the focal plane. When the Optical
Image Stabilizer lens group shifts downward, the light
rays are refracted so that the image center returns to the
1:No Camera Shake
Camera
Shake
center of the focal plane. Since image shake occurs in
both the horizontal and vertical directions, the Optical Image Stabilizer lens group can shift vertically and
horizontally on a plane perpendicular to the optical axis
to counteract the image shake.
2:Lens Front Shake Downward
3:Image-stabilizing group counteracting
downward camera shake
Optical Image Stabilizer Units
Interchangeable EF / EF-S / EF-M Lenses – Creative opportunities are at your fingertips.
Close-up — For close-up
shots, even the tiniest of
motions is magnified and
spoils a great shot!
Low-light — In low-light
situations, when you
would normally expect to
have to use flash or tripod,
Canon Optical Image
Stabilizer lenses give you
the freedom of up to 4
stops of light.
Telephoto — Canon
designs each Optical
Image Stabilizer system
to complement the lens’
focal length. So even with
telephoto lenses you’ll
capture the shot!
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EF LENSES
STM
A challenge of shooting DSLR video has been
achieving continuous autofocus. In response,
certain new Canon EF, EF-S and EF-M lenses now
offer a stepping motor (STM) drive, designed to
deliver smooth and quiet continuous AF during
video shooting when paired with the Movie
Servo AF feature found on select EOS cameras.
Canon’s decades of proven optical expertise
allows Canon to incorporate the right type of
stepping motor for each lens. The EF 40mm
f/2.8 STM utilizes a gear-type that allows the
lens to achieve an ultra-compact and lightweight design; whereas the EF-S 18–135mm
f/3.5–5.6 IS STM uses a lead-screw type,
which prioritizes AF performance, offering the
smoothest and quietest operation.
Diffractive Optics
Canon’s use of diffractive optics (DO) results
in high-performance lenses that are much
smaller and lighter than traditional designs.
Canon’s unique multilayer diffractive elements
are constructed by bonding diffractive coatings
to the surfaces of two or more lens elements.
These elements are then combined to form a
single multilayer DO element. Conventional
glass lens elements disperse incoming light,
causing chromatic aberration. The DO element’s
dispersion characteristics are designed to
cancel chromatic aberrations at various
wavelengths when combined with conventional glass optics. This technology results in
smaller lenses with no compromise in image
quality. Canon has also developed a new
Taken with EF 100–400mm f/4.5–5.6L IS USM
Optical Image Stabilizer Mode 2
and Mode 3
The standard settings of the Optical Image
Stabilizer are set so that it is most effective
when photographing stationary subjects.
However, when panning with a moving subject is
attempted (tracking of the subject horizontally
or vertically), the shake-correction of the OIS
may inadvertently over-compensate and
interfere with framing. To help resolve this,
Canon developed Optical Image Stabilizer
Mode 2. In this mode, if you move the lens to
follow a subject for a pre-determined time, the
Optical Image Stabilizer does not correct for the
intentional panning, while continuing to correct
any camera shake that’s perpendicular to the
panning motion. The result is a virtually smooth
viewfinder image as you follow the moving
subject. Optical Image Stabilizer Mode 3
activates IS only when the shutter button is
fully pressed, allowing for easy panning of
fast-moving subjects.
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Canon developed the
world’s first lens-based
Ring-type USM
Ultrasonic Motor (USM)
to power the lens
autofocus mechanism.
Instead of large noisy
drive trains powered by
conventional motors,
Micro USM
Canon USM lenses
employ the minute electronic vibrations
created by piezoelectric ceramic elements.
The focusing action of the lens is fast and quiet,
with virtually instantaneous stops and starts.
USM lenses also draw minimal power from
the camera, ensuring longer battery life. Canon
makes two types of Ultrasonic Motor lenses.
Ring-type USM lenses, found in large aperture
and super-telephoto designs, permit manual
focusing wit­­­­­­­­hout first switching out of the auto
mode. Micro USM designs bring the performance
benefits of Canon’s USM technology to a wide
assortment of affordable EF lenses.
L-Series Lenses
Most highly regarded among professional
photographers, Canon L-series lenses are
distinguished by a bold red ring around the
outer barrel. What makes them truly distinctive,
however, is their remarkable optical
performance — the result of sophisticated
Canon technologies, such as Ultra-low
Dispersion UD glass, Fluorite and Aspherical
elements and Super Spectra Coating.
Fluorite / UD Elements
Refractive Optical Element
Chromatic aberrations
Refractive Optical Element
and Multi-Layer Diffractive
Optical Element Combined
Hybrid Image Stabilizer
During normal shooting
situations, sudden camera
movement is rotational and can cause
significant image blur. During macro or close-up
photography, however, the image blur caused
by linear camera shake – when the camera
moves parallel to the subject – is more
pronounced. Optical Image Stabilizer is
optimized to counteract rotational or linear
camera shake and works well for most camera
shooting situations. To help compensate for
linear camera shake, a new acceleration sensor
determines the amount of shift-based camera
movement. Canon Hybrid Image Stabilizer
technology employs a highly sophisticated
algorithm that combines the feedback of both
the acceleration sensor and angular velocity
sensor (found in Hybrid OIS technology), and
moves the image stabilizer lens elements,
effectively compensating for both rotational
and linear camera shake. Hybrid IS dramatically
Ultrasonic
Motor
Image formation in the blue, green
and red wavelength order
Multi-Layer Diffractive Optical Element
Chromatic aberrations reversed from
that of a refractive optical element
Reducing color fringing, or chromatic aberration,
has been one of the great challenges in the
design of telephoto lenses. L-series telephoto
lenses – like the EF 70–200mm f/2.8 IS II USM
Comparison of optical characteristics between
optical glass and Fluorite
Chromatic aberration canceled out
Image formation in the red, green and
blue wavelength order
Linear Camera Shake
enhances the effects of Optical Image
Stabilizer, especially during macro shooting,
which may be difficult for conventional image
stabilization technologies.
Dynamic Image Stabilizer
During video shooting, Canon’s Dynamic IS
stabilization offers a greater image
stabilization correction range, creating an
Image Stabilizer effect equivalent to a shutter
speed approximately 4 settings faster,
effective for shooting handheld, while walking,
and in similar types of shooting situations.
Red
Green
Blue
Red
Correction of Chromatic Abberation by the Multi-Layer
Diffractive Optical Element
triple-layer type DO lens that uses an advanced
diffractive grating to deliver excellent
performance, with superb control of color
fringing. This configuration is ideal for
zoom lens optics and provides significant
reductions in size. A good example is the EF
70–300mm f/4.5–5.6 DO IS USM lens, which
is 28 percent shorter than the EF 70–300mm
f/4–5.6 IS USM lens.
Anomalous
dispersion
Glass
Blue
Red
Blue
Fluorite
and EF 300mm f/4L IS USM – employ Canon’s
Ultra-low Dispersion glass to minimize this effect,
providing much improved contrast and
sharpness. Even more effective at suppressing
chromatic aberration are Fluorite elements, used
in high-end super-telephoto L-series lenses.
Composed of crystallized calcium fluoride
(CaF2), a single Fluorite element, although
costly, has roughly the corrective power of
two UD-glass elements, giving these L-series
lenses their spectacular performance and
relatively compact design.
Aspherical Elements
Wide-angle lenses and fast normal-focallength lenses often suffer from spherical
aberration. When the light rays coming
through the center of the lens do not converge
at the same point as light rays coming through
the lens edge, the image appears blurred
because there is no sharp point of focus.
Canon’s Aspherical elements use a varying
curved surface to ensure that the entire image
plane appears focused. Aspherical optics
Spherical aberration
of spherical lens.
Convergence of parallel light
rays by an Aspherical lens.
also help to correct curvilinear distortion as
one might find in ultra wide-angle lenses.
Canon designs aspherical elements with
extremely precise variable curvature of one
or both sides, making possible lighter, more
compact lenses.
Subwavelength and Fluorine
Anti-smear Coatings
The Subwavelength Coating (SWC) is a
proprietary lens coating that helps control
ghosting and flare to a far greater degree than
with earlier coating technologies. Utilizing SWC
technology on large-curvature lens elements
that are mainly found in wide-angle lenses
significantly minimizes the occurrence of
ghosting and flare caused by reflected light in
environments that have posed problems. SWC
is used on the Canon wide-angle lens, EF 24mm
f/1.4L II USM. The Fluorine anti-smear coating
keeps soiling, smears and fingerprints to a
minimum for easy cleaning.
Focus Preset
Focus Preset enables you to program a focusing
distance in the camera’s memory. Normal
picture taking and focusing are unaffected
by preset distances. For example, at a soccer
game, you Focus Preset the goal area. Shoot
normally elsewhere on the field, but once the
action moves toward the goal, the user can
instantly return to the preset distance by turning
a ring on the lens.
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EF LENSES
Floating System
Typical lenses correct for optical aberrations
only at commonly used focusing distances. Not
surprisingly, at other focusing distances, especially close range, aberrations can compromise
image quality. Rather than using fixed spacings,
TS-E 24mm f/3.5L Floating System
Focal plane
Closest
shooting
distance
Floating
Dust- and Water-Resistant
Construction
Most L-series EF
telephoto lenses are
highly dust- and
water-resistant
thanks to rubber seals
at the switch panels,
exterior seams, dropin filter compartments
and lens mounts.
Moving parts, such as
the focusing ring and
switches, are also designed to help keep out
environmental contaminants, providing reliable
performance under harsh conditions.
EF 24mm f/1.4L II USM •f/2.8 •1/30 sec.
EF-S lenses — Designed for the Canon EOS 7D,
EOS 70D, EOS 60D and all EOS Rebel models
with APS-C sized sensors with a 1.6x crop factor,
Canon’s EF-S lenses take advantage of the camera
sensor’s smaller size to help deliver optimized
performance in compact, lightweight designs.
EF 8–15mm f/4 Fisheye USM •f/4 •1024 sec.
Full-Time Manual Focusing
EF-M lenses — Even more compact, and designed
to complement the EF-M lens mount found on
the EOS M Digital Camera, EF-M lenses bring
superb EOS optics and performance to an even
smaller package.
Canon EOS cameras with EF lenses deliver
impeccable AF precision. Manual focusing
capability, nevertheless, can enhance
flexibility. Canon EF lenses with full-time
manual focusing enable the photographer to
manually tweak focus without switching out
of AF mode. Since AF action does not cause
the focusing ring to turn, it can be made wider
for improved grip and comfort.
TS-E — TS-E lenses are capable of tilt and shift
movements, which bring many of the advantages
of technical view cameras to the EOS System.
Tilt movements alter the angle of the plane of
focus between the lens and film plane, making
broad depth-of-field possible even at larger
apertures; shift movements slide the lens’
optical axis along the film/sensor plane, enabling
photographers to correct or alter perspective at
almost any angle.
EF 8–15mm f/4 Fisheye USM •f/5.6 •1/200 sec.
Floating Effect
(TS-E 24mm f/3.5L)
Specialty Lenses
TS-E Movements
Astigmatism
Tilt Movements alter the angle of the plane of focus between the lens and focal plane, and Shift Movements move the lens’
optical axis in parallel.
Canon’s floating system dynamically varies
the gap between key lens elements based
on focusing distance. Most aberrations are
effectively suppressed throughout the focusing
range, assuring high image quality in all
shooting situations.
Fisheye — With its unique focal length range,
the EF 8–15mm f/4L Fisheye USM is the world’s
widest fisheye zoom lens. It delivers 180°
diagonal angle of view images for all EOS SLR
cameras with imaging formats ranging from
full-frame to APS-C, and provides 180° circular
Macro — Canon’s EF lens lineup has a number of
options for true close-up and macro photography.
With six macro lenses for precision, and three
screw-on close-up lenses for convenience – in
addition to the Life-Size Converter EF and two
Extension Tubes – Canon’s macro lenses and
close-up accessories can uncover detail that is
nearly impossible for the unaided human eye
to detect.
The diagram below shows the relationship between each
image size and a 180˚ angle of view for each focal length.
Focal Length: 8 mm
Approx. 10 mm
Circular Aperture
Canon lenses featuring circular aperture
diaphragms employ curved blades to create
a smoothly rounded opening as the lens is
stopped down. As a result, most out-of-focus
background highlights are rendered as
natural-looking rounded shapes rather than
as distracting polygons. These lenses deliver
smooth, consistent stop-down action (even at
14.0 fps), near-silent operation and excellent
optical characteristics.
Reverse tilt and shift greatly reduces the range on which
focusing is possible.
Shift was used to adjust the image to keep the building
perpendicular all the way to the top.
AF Stop Feature
Pressing the AF Stop button (featured on several
EF IS telephoto lenses) momentarily locks the
AF to help prevent the focus from shifting to a
passing obstruction. After the obstruction has
cleared, the focus will still be on the subject, and
you can quickly resume shooting. AF Stop buttons
are positioned at four locations around the lens
grip for easy access.
Approx. 12 mm
Approx. 15 mm
Full size
Full-frame fisheye
*The red circle for each forcal length is the size of a 180˚ angle of
view on the image plane.
The lens’ tilt mechanism is used to achieve a pan focus effect
that allows focusing all the way back.
Without using shift causes the image of the building to lean in
at the top.
Tilt Movements – Using a normal lens, shallow or deep focus is
controlled by the size of the aperture used to adjust depth-offield. Canon TS-E lenses can help achieve this by the tilting of
the lens barrel in relationship to the focal and subject planes.
This allows for the appearance of extremely deep focus even at
wide open apertures, and shallow focus at smaller apertures.
Shift Movements – By keeping the camera level, and
using the shift function to raise the lens instead, this
perspective effect can be corrected. With the camera’s
focal plane set parallel to the building, shifting the lens
upward will obtain a more rectangular-looking building.
fisheye images for full-frame EOS models. This
Canon lens has a wide zoom range feature
that provides a truly elevated level of creativity
and performance for users shooting artistic
compositions or panoramic landscapes, as
well as astronomy and sports.
About Macro Magnification
A life-size macro lens – that
is, a 1x magnification –
records an image on film at
its actual size. If you’re
photographing fruits, for
example, and it has a diameter of 1 in., it will occupy 1
in. of your actual slide or
0.25x
negative. With a digital SLR
camera, at 1.0x magnification,
the image projected onto
your camera’s sensor will
likewise be the same size at
the sensor plane as the
actual subject itself. Other
macro lenses have lower or
0.5x
higher magnifications. A
lens with 0.5x magnification
will produce an image on
film that is half the size of
the actual subject. Your 1
in. fruit then would only
occupy 0.5 in. on film.
EF Mount
In the other direction, a 5x 1.0x
magnification lens will convert the 1-in. fruit to a 5-in.
diameter image. Since the
entire image won’t fit in the
frame of your film, you will
have an enlarged image of
a detail of the fruit.
The Canon EF and EF-M mount are much more than
simply a way to attach a lens to a camera body.
As the communication conduit between camera
and lens, this fully electronic mount enables
high-speed autofocus, precise aperture control
and preview, makes automatic compensation
with lens extenders possible and can communicate
data such as focal length, lens model, even
serial number for in camera processing and
recording. Ready for the future, the EF mount offers
both forward and backward compatibility with
3.0x
Magnification is not the
same as focal length. A
50mm lens and a 180mm
might both be macro lenses
with, for example, 1.0x
magnification. The advantage of the longer lens is
that it allows greater distance from a subject, while 5.0x
allowing the same magnification in the final image. The 180mm lens is ideal for shooting
tiny subjects without disturbing them; the 50mm is better
choice for copying flat documents.
FOCAL LENGTH COMPARISON
Depth-of-field with tilt movements
Plane of optimum focus
15mm Fisheye
Film plane
With a normal lens
180°
14mm
114°
17mm
104°
20mm
94°
24mm
84°
28mm
75°
35mm
63°
50mm
46°
70mm
34°
With a TS-E lens
85mm
Using Tilt Movements to Focus an Oblique Subject Plane
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APS-C
Full-frame fisheye
APS-H
Full-frame fisheye
Inner and Rear Focusing
An inner focusing lens has the focusing lens
group(s) in front of the diaphragm, while a
rear focusing lens has the focusing lens group(s)
behind the diaphragm. Both designs allow for
compact optical systems that produce faster AF.
And because the front of the lens does not rotate
to focus, filter orientation remains constant.
Full size
Circular fisheye
lens technologies such as USM and Hybrid IS, as
well as new optical designs, such as EF-S lenses
and Cinema EOS lenses as they are developed by
Canon. Similarly, the EF-M mount, found on the
EOS M Digital Camera, offers all the same
communication points as the EF mount, and is
compatible with all EF and EF-S lenses when used
with an optional adapter.
Using Shift Movements to Focus Tall Building
28° 30'
100mm
24°
135mm
18°
200mm
12°
300mm
8° 15'
400mm
6° 10'
500mm
5°
600mm
4° 10'
1200mm
2° 5'
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EF LENSES
Take In the Wider View.
See It. Capture It.
Canon EF fixed-focal-length wide-angle lenses are exceptionally sharp, virtually distortionfree, and fast – making them great choices for low-light shooting. EF ultra-wide zooms deliver
stunning perspectives. The added versatility of zooming makes them perfect for enthusiasts
and professionals alike.
EF “standard” zooms cover a popular range of focal lengths for most photographers, from
wide-angle through telephoto. This versatility makes them great for a wide range of shooting
situations. EF medium telephoto lenses help deliver natural perspective with wide maximum
apertures that make them ideal for low-light shooting.
for EOS Cameras
EF/EF-S Lenses
for EOS Cameras
Standard Zoom
Ultra-Wide Zoom
EF-S 15–85mm f/3.5–5.6 IS USM* EF-S 17–55mm f/2.8 IS USM*
EF 8–15mm f/4L Fisheye USM
EF-S 10–22mm f/3.5–4.5 USM*
EF 16–35mm f/2.8L II USM
EF-S 17–85mm f/4–5.6 IS USM*
EF-S 18–55mm f/3.5–5.6 IS STM*
EF-S 18–55mm f/3.5–5.6 IS II*
EF 24–70mm f/2.8L USM
EF 24–70mm f/2.8L II USM
EF 17–40mm f/4L USM
Wide-Angle
EF 14mm f/2.8L II USM
EF 24mm f/2.8
EF 20mm f/2.8 USM
EF 24mm f/2.8 IS USM**
EF-S 18–135mm f/3.5–5.6 IS STM*
EF-S 18–135mm f/3.5–5.6 IS*
EF-S 18–200mm f/3.5–5.6 IS*
EF 24–70mm f/4L IS USM
EF 24–105mm f/4L IS USM
EF 28–135mm f/3.5–5.6 IS USM
EF 24mm f/1.4L II USM
EF 28mm f/1.8 USM
EF 24–70mm f/4L USM • f/4.0 •1/5 sec.
Standard and Medium Telephoto
EF 24mm f/2.8 IS USM • f/8 •1/1328 sec.
EF 28mm f/2.8
Diagram:
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EF 28mm f/2.8 IS USM**
• Super UD Lens • UD Lens • Aspherical Lens
EF 35mm f/1.4L USM
EF 35mm f/2 IS USM
EF 35mm f/2
Icons: See “EF Lens Technology” section.
*For EOS 7D, 70D, 60D, 60Da, 50D, 40D, 30D, 20D/20Da, Rebel T5i, T4i, SL1, T3i, T2i, T3, T1i, XSi, XS and all versions of EOS Digital Rebel only.
**Please be advised that when EF 24mm f/2.8 IS USM and EF 28mm f/2.8 IS USM are used with EOS-1D Mark IV, the firmware of the camera should be updated to version 1.1.1 or later.
The update helps to optimize the exposure accuracy. The firmware is available on our website.
EF 40mm f/2.8 STM
Diagram:
EF 50mm f/1.2L USM
EF 50mm f/1.4 USM
• Super UD Lens • UD Lens • Aspherical Lens
EF 50mm f/1.8 II
EF 85mm f/1.2L II USM
EF 85mm f/1.8 USM
EF 100mm f/2 USM
Icons: See “EF Lens Technology” section.
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EF LENSES
Focus Your Attention.
Telephoto lenses make it easy to throw backgrounds out of focus, grab detail, or “get close” to
unapproachable subjects… and these EF zoom lenses are superb tools for the job. EF fixed-focallength telephotos combine great picture quality with fast maximum apertures, making them ideal
for handheld shooting in low light.
for EOS Cameras
Telephoto Zoom
EF 28–300mm f/3.5–5.6L IS USM
EF 70–200mm f/2.8L IS II USM
Telephoto
EF-S 55–250mm f/4–5.6 IS II*
EF 135mm f/2L USM
EF 135mm f/2.8 w/Softfocus
EF 300mm f/2.8L IS II USM
EF 300mm f/4L IS USM
EF 200mm f/2L IS USM
EF 200mm f/2.8L II USM
EF 70–200mm f/2.8L USM
EF 70–300mm f/4–5.6L IS USM •f/5.6 •1/1600 sec.
EF 70–200mm f/4L IS USM
for EOS Cameras
EF 70–200mm f/4L USM
EF 70–300mm f/4–5.6L IS USM
EF 70–300mm f/4.5–5.6 DO IS USM
EF 300mm f/2.8L IS II USM •f/2.8 •1/160 sec.
Extenders
EF 70–300mm f/4–5.6 IS USM
Diagram:
EF 75–300mm f/4–5.6 III USM
• Fluorite Lens • Super UD Lens • UD Lens • Aspherical Lens • DO Lens
EF 75–300mm f/4–5.6 III
EF 100–400mm f/4.5–5.6L IS USM
Icons: See “EF Lens Technology” section.
* For EOS 7D, 70D, 60D, 60Da, 50D, 40D, 30D, 20D/20Da, Rebel T5i, T4i, SL1, T3i, T2i, T3, T1i, XSi, XS ­­­­and all versions of EOS Digital Rebel only.
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EXTENDER EF 1.4x III
Diagram:
EXTENDER EF 2x III
Extension Tube EF 12 II
Extension Tube EF 25 II
• Fluorite Lens • Super UD Lens • UD Lens • Aspherical Lens
Icons: See “EF Lens Technology” section.
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EF LENSES
EF Lens Chart
Up Close Detail from Afar.
CANON EF LENS
SPECIFICATIONS
Apparent Focal
length (mm)
APS-C
APS-H
Angle of View (Diagonal)
Focus Drive
35mm
APS-C
APS-H
Lens Construction Minimum
(Groups/
Aperture
Elements)
(f)
Filter
Diameter
(mm)
Closest Focusing
Distance
(ft.)
(m)
Length
(in.)
Weight
(mm)
(oz.)
Lens Hood
Lens Cap
Soft Case
(g)
EF/EF-S Lenses
Distinguished by their white color and seen at major sporting events around the world, the powerful
EF super-telephotos are also ideal for nature, scenic and even outdoor fashion photography. Canon’s
ring-type USM delivers a high level of focusing performance, and most feature Canon’s superb Image
Stabilization. EF tele extenders and extension tubes add even more power and versatility.
• EF-S 15–85mm f/3.5–5.6 IS USM ††
for EOS Cameras
• EF 8–15mm f/4L Fisheye USM
APS-H
Lens Construction Minimum
(Groups/
Aperture
Elements)
(f)
Filter
Diameter
(mm)
Closest Focusing
Distance
(ft.)
(m)
Length
(in.)
Weight
(mm)
(oz.)
Lens Hood
Lens Cap
Soft Case
LP1219
(g)
1
Ultrasonic
14/11
22
Gelatin
0.49
0.15
3.3
83
19.1
540
EW-77
8-15
N/A
Ultrasonic
N/A
107°30'–63°30'
N/A
10/13
22
77
0.8
0.24
3–1/2
89.8
13.6
385
EW-83E
E-77U
LP1319
• EF 16–35mm f/2.8L II USM
26–56
21–45
Ultrasonic
108°10'–63°
80°56'–42°36'
93°08'–51°32'
12/16
22
82
0.92
0.28
4–2/5
111.6
22.4
635
EW-88
E-82U
LP1319
LP1116
EF 16–35mm f/2.8L USM †
26–56
21–45
Ultrasonic
108°10'–63°
80°56'–42°36'
93°08'–51°32'
10/14
22
77
0.9
0.28
4-1/8
103
1.3 lbs.
600
EW-83E
E-77U
LP1319
LP1016
EF 17–35mm f/2.8L USM †
–
–
Ultrasonic
104°–63°
78°30'–42°36'
89°39'–51°32'
10/15
22
77
1.38
0.42
3–3/4
95.7
19.1
545
EW-83C
E-77U
–
27–64
22–52
Ultrasonic
104°–57°30'
78°30'–37°41'
89°39'–45°48'
9/12
22
77
0.92
0.28
3–3/4
96.8
1.1 lbs.
475
EW-83E
E-77U
LP1319
N/A
84°30'–18°25'
N/A
12/17
36
72
1.15
0.35
3–7/16
87.5
20.3
575
EW-78E
E-72U
LP1116
• EF-S 17–55mm f/2.8 IS USM ††
27–88
N/A
Ultrasonic
N/A
78°30'–27°50'
N/A
12/19
22
77
1.5
0.45
4–2/5
110.6
22.8
645
EW-83J
E-77U
–
• EF-S 17–85mm f/4–5.6 IS USM ††
27–136
N/A
Ultrasonic
N/A
78°30'–18°25'
N/A
12/17
22
67
1.1
0.35
3–5/8
92.0
1.1 lbs.
475
EW-73B
E-67U
• EF-S 18–55mm f/3.5–5.6 IS STM ††
29–88
N/A
STM
N/A
74°20'–27°50'
N/A
11/13
22–38
58
0.82
0.25
3.0
75.2
7.2
205
EW-63C
E-58II
• EF-S 18–55mm f/3.5–5.6 IS †† / IS II ††
29–88
N/A
MM
N/A
74°20'–27°50'
N/A
9/11
22
58
0.82
0.25
2–3/4
68.5
7.8
200
EW-60C
E-58
LP814
• EF 17–40mm f/4L USM
EF 20–35mm f/2.8 USM †
180°0'–175°30' 180° @ approx. 10mm 180° @ approx. 12mm
–
–
AFD
94°–63°
78°37'–42°36'
80°23'–51°32'
12/15
22
72
1.6
0.5
3–1/2
89.0
1.2 lbs.
540
EW-75
–
–
32–56
26–46
Ultrasonic
94°–63°
68°37'–42°36'
80°23'–51°32'
11/12
22-27
77
1.1
0.34
2–3/4
68.9
11.9
340
EW-83II
E-77U
LP1214
• EF 40mm f/2.8 STM
64
52
STM
57°30'
37°41'
45°48'
4/6
22
52
0.98
0.3
0.9
22.8
4.6
130
ES-52
E-52
LP811
• EF 50mm f/1.0L USM †
–
–
Ultrasonic
46°
30°32'
37°21'
9/11
16
–
2.0
0.6
3–3/16
81.5
2.2 lbs.
985
ES-79
E-72U
–
–
EF 50mm f/1.2L USM
80
65
Ultrasonic
46°
30°32'
37°21'
6/8
16
72
1.5
0.45
2.58
65.5
18.7
580
ES-78
E-72U
LP1214
• EF-S 18–55mm f/3.5–5.6 † / USM †
29–88
N/A
Ultrasonic
N/A
74°20'–27°50'
N/A
9/11
22–38
58
0.92
0.28
2–5/8
66.2
6.7
190
EW-60C
E-58U
LP814
• EF-S 18–55mm f/3.5–5.6 †† ****
29–88
N/A
MM
N/A
74°20'–27°50'
N/A
9/11
22–38
58
0.92
0.28
2–5/8
66.2
6.7
190
EW-60C
E-58U
LP814
• EF 20–35mm f/3.5–4.5 USM †
• EF-S 18–135mm f/3.5–5.6 IS ††
29–216
N/A
MM
N/A
74°20'–11°30'
N/A
12/16
36
67
1.5
0.45
4
101
16.0
455
EW-73B
E-67
LP1116
Standard & Medium Telephoto
• EF-S 18–135mm f/3.5–5.6 IS STM††
29–216
N/A
STM
N/A
74°20'–11°30'
N/A
12/16
22–36
67
1.3
0.39
3.8
96
16.9
480
EW-73B
E-67
LP1116
EF-S 18–200mm f/3.5–5.6 IS ††
29–320
N/A
DC motor
N/A
74°20'–07°48'
N/A
12/16
22-36
72
1.5
0.45
–
102
21.0
595
EW-78D
E-72
LP1116
• EF 22–55mm f/4–5.6 USM †
–
–
Ultrasonic
88°56'–42°52'
63°38'–27°52'
75°03'–34°09'
9/9
22–32
58
–
0.35
4–7/8
–
–
175
–
–
EF 24–70mm f/2.8L USM
38–112
31–91
Ultrasonic
84°–34°
59°15'–22°04'
70°18'–27°08'
13/16
22
77
1.25
0.38
4.4
123.5
2.1 lbs.
950
EW-83F
E-77U
LP1219
EF 50mm f/1.4 USM
80
65
Ultrasonic
46°
30°32'
37°21'
6/7
22
58
1.5
0.45
2
50.5
10.2
290
ES-71II
E-58U
LP1014
• EF 24–70mm f/2.8L II USM
38–112
31–91
Ultrasonic
84°–34°
59°15'–22°04'
N/A
13/18
22
82
1.25
0.38
2–3/4
113
28.4
805
EW-88C
E-82U
LP1219
EF 50mm f/1.8 II
80
65
MM
46°
30°32'
37°21'
5/6
22
52
1.5
0.45
1–5/8
41.0
4.6
130
ES-62#
E-52
LP1014
• EF 24–70mm f/4L IS USM
LP1014
38.4–112
31.2–91
Ultrasonic
84°–34°
59°15'–22°04'
70°18'–27°08'
12/15
22
77
1.25
0.38
3.7
93
21
600
EW-83L
E-77II
LP1219
• EF 50mm f/1.8 †
80
65
MM
46°
30°32'
37°21'
5/6
22
52
1.5
0.45
1–5/8
41.0
4.6
130
ES-62#
E-52
• EF 24–85mm f/3.5–4.5 USM †
38–136
31–111
Ultrasonic
84°–28°30'
59°15'–18°14'
70°18'–22°29'
12/15
22–32
67
1.6
0.5
3–5/16
69.5
13.4
380
EW-73II
E-67U
LP1014
• EF 85mm f/1.2L II USM / USM †
136
111
Ultrasonic
28°30'
18°14'
22°29'
7/8
16
72
3.2
0.95
3–5/16
84.0
2.3 lbs.
1,025
ES-79II
E-72U
LP1219
EF 24–105mm f/4L IS USM
38–168
31–136
Ultrasonic
84°—23°20'
59°15'—14°48'
70°18'—18°17'
13/18
22–27
77
1.5
0.45
4–5/8
107
1.5 lbs.
670
EW-83H
E-77U
LP1219
• EF 85mm f/1.8 USM
136
111
Ultrasonic
28°30'
18°14'
22°29'
7/9
22
58
2.8
0.85
2–13/16
71.5
15.0
425
ET-65III
E-58U
LP1014
EF 100mm f/2 USM
160
130
Ultrasonic
24°
15°32'
19°11'
6/8
22
58
3.0
0.9
2–7/8
73.5
1.0 lbs.
460
ET-65III
E-58U
LP1014
EF 28–70mm f/2.8 L USM †
45–112
36–91
Ultrasonic
75°–34°
51°58'—22°04'
62°13'—27°08'
11/16
22
77
1.6
0.5
–
117.6
1.9 lbs.
880
EW-83B
E-77U
–
EF 28–70mm f/3.5–4.5 †
45–112
36–91
MM
75°–34°
51°58'—22°04'
62°13'—27°08'
9/10
29
52
–
0.39
2–13/16
–
–
300
–
–
–
Telephoto
EF 28–80mm f/3.5-5.6 IV USM † / V USM †
45–128
36–104
Ultrasonic
75°–30°
51°58'—19°21'
62°13'—25°51'
10/10
22–38
58
1.25
0.38
2–13/16
71.2
7.8
200
EW-60C
E-58
LP814
EF 28–80mm f/3.5–5.6 II † /III †
45–128
36–104
MM
75°–30°
51°58'—19°21'
62°13'—25°51'
10/10
22–38
58
1.25
0.38
2–13/16
71.2
7.8
200
EW-60C
E-58
LP814
EF 135mm f/2.8 w/ Softfocus
EF 28–80mm f/3.5–5.6 †
45–128
36–104
MM
75°–30°
51°58'—19°21'
62°13'—25°51'
10/10
22–38
58
1.25
0.38
2–13/16
71.2
7.8
200
EW-60C
E-58
LP814
EF 200mm f/1.8L USM †
• EF 28–90mm f/4–5.6 USM † / II USM †
45–144
36–117
MM/Ultrasonic
75°–27°
51°58'—17°14'
62°13'—21°16'
8/10
22–32
58
1.3
0.38
2–13/16
71.0
6.7
190
EW-60C
E-58U/E-58
LP814
• EF 200mm f/2L IS USM
• EF 28–90mm f/4–5.6 USM †
45–144
36–117
Ultrasonic
75°–27°
51°58'—17°14'
62°13'—21°16'
8/10
22–32
58
1.3
0.38
3
71.0
6.7
190
EW-60C
E-58
LP814
• EF 200mm f/2.8L USM † / II USM
• EF 28–105mm f/3.5–4.5 USM † / II USM
45–168
36–136
Ultrasonic
75°–23°20'
51°58'—14°48'
62°13'—18°17'
12/15
22–27
58
1.6
0.5
2–11/16
75.0
13.1
375
EW-63II
E-58U
LP814
• EF 28–105mm f/4–5.6 USM †
45–168
36–136
Ultrasonic
75°–23°20'
51°58'—14°48'
62°13'—18°17'
9/10
22–32
58
1.57
0.48
3–13/16
68.0
7.4
210
EW-63B
E-58U
LP814
• EF 28–135mm f/3.5–5.6 IS USM
42–216
36–176
Ultrasonic
75°–18°
51°58'—11°32'
62°13'—14°16'
12/16
22–36
72
1.64
0.5
3–1/2
96.8
1.2 lbs.
540
EW-78BII
E-72U
LP1116
• EF 28–200mm f/3.5–5.6 USM †
45–320
36–260
Ultrasonic
75°–12°
51°58'—07°48'
62°13'—09°39'
12/16
22–36
72
1.5
0.45
2–1/2
89.6
1.1 lbs.
500
EW-78D
E-72U
LP1116
• EF 35–80mm f/4–5.6 II / III † / USM †
56–128
46–104
MM
63°–30°
42°36'–19°21'
51°32'—23°51'
8/8
22–32
52
1.3
0.4
3–3/8
63.5
6.2
175
EW-54II
E-52
LP814
–
–
Ultrasonic
63°–18°
42°36'–11°32'
51°32'—14°16'
12/14
22–32
58
2.5
0.75
86.0
15.0
425
EW-62
–
–
45–480
36–390
Ultrasonic
75°–8°15'
51°58'–5°12'
62°13'—06°26'
16/22
38
77
2.3
0.7
7–1/4
184.0
3.7 lbs.
1,670
EW-83G
E-77U
LZ1324
–
–
Ultrasonic
63°—07°03'
42°36'—04°28'
51°32'—05°31'
15/21
22–32
72
2.0
0.6
6–9/16
167
3.0 lbs.
1,385
EW-78
E-72U
–
EF 35–135mm f/4–5.6 USM †
• EF 28–300mm f/3.5–5.6L IS USM
EF 35–350mm f/3.5–5.6L USM †
EF 55–200mm f/4.5–5.6 USM † / II USM †
• EF 135mm f/2L USM
216
175
Ultrasonic
18°
11°32'
14°16'
8/10
32
72
3.0
0.9
4–7/16
112.0
1.6 lbs.
750
ET-78II
E-72U
LP1219
216
175
AFD
18°
11°32'
14°16'
6/7
32
52
4.3
1.3
3–7/8
98.4
13.8
390
ET-65III
E-52
LP1016
–
–
Ultrasonic
12°
07°48'
09°39'
10/12
32
48 DI
8.2
2.5
8–3/16
208
6.6 lbs.
3,000
ET-123
E-162
–
320
260
Ultrasonic
12°
07°48'
09°39'
12/17
32
52 DI
6.2
1.9
8–3/16
208
5.6 lbs.
2,520
ET-120B
E-145B
–
320
260
Ultrasonic
12°
07°48'
09°39'
7/9
32
72
4.9
1.5
5–3/8
136.2
1.6 lbs.
765
ET-83BII
E-72U
LP1222
480
390
Ultrasonic
8°15'
05°12'
06°26'
16/12
32
52 DI
6.6
2.0
9.7
247.5
5.25 lbs.
2,400
ET-120WII
E-145C
300B
• EF 300mm f/2.8L USM † / IS USM †
480
390
Ultrasonic
8°15'
05°12'
06°26'
13/17
32
52 DI
8.2
2.5
9–7/8
252.0
5.6 lbs.
2,550
ET-120
E-145
–
• EF 300mm f/4L USM / IS USM †
480
390
Ultrasonic
8°15'
05°12'
06°26'
11/15
32
77
4.9
1.5
8–11/16
221.0
2.6 lbs.
1,190
Built-in
E-77U
LZ1128
32
52 DI
6.6
2.0
14.4
366
127
3,620
ET-120WII
E-145C
Lens Case
200-400
400C
EF 300mm f/2.8L IS II USM
Super Telephoto
EF 200–400 f/4L IS USM
Extender 1.4x
1x 320–640 260–520
1.4x 448–896 364–728
Ultrasonic
12°–6°10'
7°48'–3°54'
9°39'–4°50'
20/25
8°50'–4°25'
N/A
N/A
24/33
• EF 400mm f/2.8L IS II USM
640
520
Ultrasonic
6°10'
03°54'
04°50'
16/12
32
52 DI
8.86
2.7
13.5
343
9.25 lbs.
4,200
ET-155WII
E-180D
• EF 400mm f/2.8L USM †/ II USM †/ IS USM †
640
520
Ultrasonic
6°10'
03°54'
04°50'
13/17
32
52 DI
9.8
3.0
13–11/16
349.0
11.7 lbs.
5,300
ET-155
E-180C
–
• EF 400mm f/4 DO IS USM
640
520
Ultrasonic
6°10'
03°54'
04°50'
13/17
32
52 DI
11.48
3.5
9–7/16
232.7
4.3 lbs.
1,940
ET-120
E-145 II
–
88–320
72–260
Ultrasonic
72–260
27°–07°48'
34°09'–09°39'
13/13
22–29
52
3.9
1.2
3–13/16
97.3
10.9
310
ET-54
E-52U
LP1016
EF 400mm f/5.6L USM
640
520
Ultrasonic
6°10'
03°54'
04°50'
6/7
32
77 DI
11.5
3.5
10–1/16
256.5
2.8 lbs.
1,250
Built-in
E-77U
LZ1132
• EF-S 55–250mm f/4–5.6 IS † / IS II ††
88–400
N/A
DC motor
N/A
27°5'–6°15'
N/A
10/12
22–32
58
3.6
1.1
4.3
108
13.8
390
ET-60
E-58
LP1019
• EF 500mm f/4L IS II USM
800
650
Ultrasonic
5°
03°07'
03°52'
16/12
32
52 DI
12.14
3.7
15.1
383
112.5
3190
ET-138
E-163B
500B
• EF 70–200mm f/2.8L IS II USM
112-320
91-260
Ultrasonic
34°–12°
22°04'–07°48'
27°08'–09°39'
19/23
32
77
3.9
1.2
7.8
199
3.3 lbs.
1,490
ET-87
E-77U
LZ1326
EF 500mm f/4L IS USM †
800
650
Ultrasonic
5°
03°07'
03°52'
13/17
32
52 DI
14.8
4.5
15–3/16
387.0
8.5 lbs.
3,870
ET-138
E-163
–
• EF 70–200mm f/2.8L USM †/ IS USM
112–320
91–260
Ultrasonic
34°–12°
22°04'–07°48'
27°08'–09°39'
18/23
32
77
4.6
1.4
7–13/16
197.0
3.2 lbs.
1,470
ET-86
E-77U
LZ1324
EF 500mm f/4.5L USM †
–
–
Ultrasonic
5°
03°07'
03°52'
6/7
32
48 DI
16.4
5.0
15–3/8
390
6.6 lbs.
3,000
ET-123BII
E-130
–
• EF 70–200mm f/4L IS USM
112–320
91–260
Ultrasonic
34°–12°
22°04'–07°48'
27°08'–09°39'
15/20
32
67
3.9
1.2
6–7/8
172.0
26.8
760
ET-74
E-67U
LP1224
• EF 600mm f/4L IS II USM
960
780
Ultrasonic
4°10'
02°36'
03°13'
16/12
32
52 DI
14.77
4.5
17.6
448
138.3
3920
ET-160
E-185B
600B
• EF 70–200mm f/4L USM
112–320
91–260
Ultrasonic
34°–12°
22°04'–07°48'
27°08'–09°39'
13/16
32
67
3.9
1.2
6–7/8
172.0
19.2
705
ET-74
E-67U
LP1224
• EF 600mm f/4L USM † / IS USM †
960
780
Ultrasonic
4°10'
02°36'
03°13'
13/17
32
52 DI
18.0
5.5
18
456.0
11.8 lbs.
5,360
ET-160
E-185
–
112–480
91–390
Ultrasonic
34°–8°15'
22°04'–05°12'
27°08'–06°26'
19/14
32
67
3.9
1.2
5.6
143
27.8
788
ET-73B
E-67U
LP1424
• EF 800mm f/5.6L IS USM
1,280
1,040
Ultrasonic
3°5'
01°57'
02°25'
14/18
32
52 DI
19.69
6.0
18.1
461.0
9.9 lbs.
4,500
ET-155
E-180C
–
• EF 70–300mm f/4.5–5.6 DO IS USM
112–480
91–390
Ultrasonic
34°–8°15'
22°04'–05°12'
27°08'–06°26'
12/18
32–38
58
4.6
1.4
3–7/8
99.0
1.6 lbs.
720
ET-65B
E-58U
LP1116
EF 1200mm f/5.6L USM †
1,920
1,560
Ultrasonic
2°5'
01°18'
01°36'
10/13
32
48 DI
45.9
14.0
33
836.0
36.4 lbs.
16,50
Built-in
Exclusive
–
• EF 70–300mm f/4–5.6 IS USM
112–480
91–390
Ultrasonic
34°–8°15'
22°04'–05°12'
27°08'–06°26'
10/15
32–45
58
4.9
1.5
5–7/16
137.2
1.4 lbs.
630
ET-65B
E-58U
LP1222
120–480
98–390
Ultrasonic
32°11'–8°15'
20°37'–05°12'
25°23'–06°26'
10/15
32–45
58
4.9
1.5
5–7/16
137.2
1.4 lbs.
650
ET-64II
E-58U
LP1022
• EF 75–300mm f/4–5.6 III / III USM / IS USM † 120–480
98–390
MM/Ultrasonic
32°11'–8°15'
20°37'–05°12'
25°23'–06°26'
9/13
32–45
58
4.9
1.5
4–13/16
122.0
1.1 lbs.
480
ET-60
E-58U
LP1019
98–390
Ultrasonic
32°11'–8°15'
20°37'–05°12'
25°23'–06°26'
10/15
32–45
58
4.9
1.5
5–7/16
137.2
1.4 lbs.
650
ET-64II
E-58U
LP1022
AFD
30°–12°
19°21'–07°48'
25°31'–09°39'
13/16
32
72
5.9
1.8
7–5/16
186
2.9 lbs.
1330
ES-79
–
–
EF 70–300mm f/4–5.6L IS USM *****
EF 75–300mm f/4–5.6 IS USM †
EF 75–300mm f/4–5.6 USM
120–480
EF 80–200mm f/2.8L †
160–480 130–390
• EF 80–200mm f/4.5–5.6 II †/ USM †
EF 100–300mm f/4.5–5.6 USM †
EF 400mm f/2.8L IS II USM •f/2.8 •1/2500 sec.
APS-C
16–35
Ultrasonic
Telephoto Zoom
EF 400mm f/5.6L USM
35mm
12.8–24
N/A
EF 600mm f/4L IS II USM •f/4 •1/400 sec.
EF 400mm f/4 DO IS USM
Angle of View (Diagonal)
Focus Drive
• EF-S 10–22mm f/3.5–4.5 USM ††
124–136
•
EF 400mm f/2.8L IS II USM
Apparent Focal
length (mm)
APS-C
APS-H
CANON EF LENS
SPECIFICATIONS
Ultra Wide Zoom
Standard Zoom
Super Telephoto
EF 200–400mm f/4L IS USM Extender 1.4X
EF LENSES
• EF 100–300mm f/5.6 L †
EF 100–400mm f/4.5–5.6L IS USM
128–320 104–260 MM/Ultrasonic
30°–12°
19°21'–07°48'
25°31'–09°39'
7/10
22–27
52
4.9
1.5
3–1/8
78.5
8.8
250
ET-54
E-52
LP1014
160–480 130–390
Ultrasonic
24°–8°15'
15°32'–05°12'
19°11'–06°26'
10/13
32–38
58
4.9
1.5
4–3/4
121.5
1.2 lbs.
540
ET-65III
E-58U
LP1019
160–480 130–390
AFD
24°–8°15'
15°32'–05°12'
19°11'–06°26'
10/15
32
58
4.6
1.4
6–9/16
167
1.5 lbs.
695
ET-62II
–
–
160–640 130–520
Ultrasonic
24°–6°10'
15°32'–03°54'
19°11'–04°50'
14/17
32–38
77
5.9
1.8
7–7/16
189.0
3.0 lbs.
1,360
ET-83C
E-77U
LZ1324
Macro
EF 50mm f/2.5 Compact Macro
80
65
AFD
46°
30°32'
37°21'
8/9
32
52
0.8
0.23
2–1/2
63.0
9.9
280
Built-in
E-52
LP814
• EF-S 60mm f/2.8 Macro USM ††
96
N/A
Ultrasonic
N/A
25°
N/A
8/12
32
52
0.65
0.2
2–3/4
69.8
11.8
335
ET-67B
E-52U
LP1016
• MP-E 65mm f/2.8 1–5x Macro Photo *
104
85
Manual
18°40' (at 1x)
11°51' (at 1x)
14°39' (at 1x)
8/10
16
58
0.8
0.24
3–7/8
98.0
1.6 lbs.
730
–
E-58
LP1216
• EF 100mm f/2.8L Macro IS USM
160
130
Ultrasonic
23.4°
15°7'
19°12'
12/15
32
67
0.97
0.3
4–13/16
123.0
1.4 lbs.
625
ET-73
E-67U
LP1219
• EF 100mm f/2.8 Macro USM
160
130
Ultrasonic
24°
15°32'
19°11'
8/12
32
58
1.0
0.31
4–11/16
119.0
1.3 lbs.
600
ET-67
E-58U
LZ1324
• EF 180mm f/3.5L Macro USM
288
234
Ultrasonic
13°40'
08°40'
10°43'
12/14
32
72
1.6
0.48
7–3/8
186.6
2.4 lbs.
1,090
ET-78II
E-72U
LZ1324
–
–
–
–
–
–
3/4
–
–
0.8
0.24
1–3/8
34.9
5.6
160
–
R-F-3
LP811
• TS-E 17mm f/4L*
27
22
Manual
104°
78°30'
89°39'
13/18
22
–
0.82
0.25
4.20
106.7
1.8 lbs.
820
–
17
LP1219
• TS-E 24mm f/3.5L II *
38
31
Manual
84°
59°15'
70°18'
10/16
22
82
0.69
0.21
4.20
106.9
1.7 lbs.
780
EW-88B
E-82
LP1319
TS-E 24mm f/3.5L † *
38
31
Manual
84°
59°15'
70°18'
9/11
22
72
1.0
0.3
3–7/16
87.0
1.2 lbs.
570
EW-75BII
E-72
LP1216
TS-E 45mm f/2.8 *
72
59
Manual
51°
33°44'
41°10'
9/10
22
72
1.3
0.4
3–9/16
90.0
1.4 lbs.
645
EW-79BII
E-72
LP1216
TS-E 90mm f/2.8 *
144
117
Manual
27°
17°14'
21°16'
5/6
32
58
1.6
0.5
3–7/16
88.0
1.2 lbs.
565
ES-65III
E-58
LP1016
Extender EF 1.4x III **
–
–
–
–
–
–
7/3
–
–
–
–
1–1/16
27.2
7.9
225
–
Extender Cap E II
LP811
Extender EF 1.4x II † **
–
–
–
–
–
–
5/4
–
–
–
–
1–1/16
27.2
7.8
220
–
Extender Cap E II
LP811
Extender EF 2x III **
–
–
–
–
–
–
9/5
–
–
–
–
2–5/16
52.7
11.5
325
–
Extender Cap E II
LP811
Extender EF 2x II † **
–
–
–
–
–
–
7/5
–
–
–
–
2–5/16
103
9.3
265
–
Extender Cap E II
LP811
11–22
N/A
STM
N/A
102°10’–63°30’
N/A
9/12
22–32
55
0.49
0.15
2.9
74.1
7.7
220
EW-60E
E-55
LP814
18–55
N/A
STM
N/A
74°20'–27°50'
N/A
11/13
22–38
52
0.82
0.25
2.4
61.0
7.4
210
EW-54
E-52 II
LP814
–
–
–
–
–
–
0
–
–
–
–
1.0
26
3.9
110
–
R-F-3
LP811
Life Size Converter EF ***
Tilt-Shift
Wide-Angle
• EF 14mm f/2.8L II USM
22
18
Ultrasonic
114°
88°32'
100°43'
11/14
22
Gelatin
0.66
0.2
–3/4
116.0
22.8
645
Built-in
Exclusive
LP1016
• EF 14mm f/2.8L USM †
22
18
Ultrasonic
114°
88°32'
100°43'
10/14
22
Gelatin
0.8
0.25
3–1/2
89.0
1.2 lbs.
560
Built-in
Exclusive
LP1016
24
20
AFD
180°
108°15'
137°08'
7/8
22
Gelatin
0.7
0.2
2–7/16
62.2
11.6
330
Built-in
E-73
LP814
• EF 20mm f/2.8 USM
32
26
Ultrasonic
94°
68°37'
80°23'
9/11
22
72
0.8
0.25
2–13/16
70.6
14.3
405
EW-75II
E-72U
LP1214
• EF 24mm f/1.4L II USM
38
31
Ultrasonic
84°
59°15'
70°18'
10/13
22
77
0.8
0.25
3.4
86.9
22.9
650
EW-83K
E-77U
LP1319
• EF 24mm f/1.4L USM †
38
31
Ultrasonic
84°
59°15'
70°18'
9/11
22
77
0.82
0.25
3
77.4
1.2 lbs.
550
EW-83DII
E-77U
LP1214
EF 24mm f/2.8
38
31
AFD
84°
59°15'
70°18'
10/10
22
58
0.8
0.25
1–7/8
48.5
9.5
270
EW-60II
E-58
LP811
EF 24mm f/2.8 IS USM ‡
38
31
Ultrasonic
84°
59°15'
70°18'
9/11
22
58
0.66
0.2
2.2
55.7
9.9
280
EW-65B
E-58 U
LP1014
45
36
Ultrasonic
75°
51°58'
62°13'
9/10
22
58
0.8
0.25
2–3/16
55.6
10.9
310
EW-63II
E-58U
LP814
45
36
AFD
75°
51°58'
62°13'
5/5
22
52
1.0
0.3
1–11/16
42.5
6.5
185
EW-65II
E-52
LP1014
45
36
Ultrasonic
75°
51°58'
62°13'
7/9
22
58
0.75
0.23
2
51.5
9.2
260
EW-65B
E-58 U
LP1014
EF-M Lenses
Ultra-Wide Zoom
EF 15mm f/2.8 Fisheye †
•
• EF 28mm f/1.8 USM
EF 600mm f/4L IS II USM
EF 500mm f/4L IS II USM
EF 800mm f/5.6L IS USM
EF 28mm f/2.8
• EF 28mm f/2.8 IS USM ‡
• EF 35mm f/1.4L USM
56
45
Ultrasonic
63°
42°36'
51°32'
9/11
22
72
0.98
0.25
3–2/5
86.0
1.3 lbs.
580
EW-78C
E-72U
LP1214
EF 35mm f/2 IS USM
56
45.5
Ultrasonic
63°
42°6'
51°32'
8/10
22
67
0.79
0.24
2.5
62.6
11.8
335
EW-72
E-67II
LP1116
EF 35mm f/2
56
45
AFD
63°
42°36'
51°32'
5/7
22
52
0.8
1–11/16
42.5
7.4
210
EW-65II
E-52
LP1011
Extenders
EF-M 11–22mm f/4–5.6 IS STM
Standard Zoom
EF-M 18–55mm f/3.5–5.6 IS STM
Mount Adapter
Mount Adapter EF-EOS M
Diagram:
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• Fluorite Lens • Super UD Lens • UD Lens • Aspherical Lens • DO Lens
Icons: See “EF Lens Technology” section.
‡ Please be advised that when EF 24mm f/2.8 IS USM and EF 28mm f/2.8 IS USM are used with EOS-1D Mark IV, the firmware of the camera should be updated to version 1.1.1 or later. The update helps to optimize the exposure accuracy. The firmware is available on our website.
† Discontinued. †† Compatible only with EOS 7D, 70D, 60D/60Da, 50D, 40D, 30D, 20D/20Da, Rebel T5i/T4i/SL1/T3i/T2i/T3/T1i/XSi/XS and Digital Rebel XTi/XT only. • Incorporates distance information with E-TTL II. * TS-E AND MP-E lenses are manual focus only, with automatic diagram. ** Extenders EF 1.4x II/III and 2x II/III are for exclusive
use with EF 70–200mm f/2.8L IS II, EF 70–200mm f/2.8L, 70–200mm f/2.8L IS, 70–200mm f/4L, 100–400mm f/4.5–5.6L, 135mm f/2L, 180mm f/3.5L Macro, 200mm f/1.8L, 300mm f/2.8 L, 300mm f/2.8L IS II, 300mm f/4L, 300mm f/4L IS, 400mm f/2.8L IS, 400mm f/2.8L IS II, 400mm f/4 DO, 400mm f/5.6L, 500mm f/4L IS,
600mm f/4L IS, and 1200mm f/5.6L (Manual focus only when EF 1.4x II/III is used with EF 100–400mm f/5.6L, 400mm f/5.6L, 500mm f/4.5L, 1200mm f/5.6L, and with 180mm f/3.5 Macro when focused closer than 2.6 feet; or with Extender EF 2x II/III when used with EF70–200mm f/4L, 100–400mm f/4.5–5.6L, 180mm f/3.5L
Macro, 300mm f/4L IS, 300 f/4L, 400mm f/4 DO, 400mm f/5.6L, 500mm f/4L, 500mm f/4.5L, 600mm f/4L, and 1200mm f/5.6L). *** Life Size Converter EF is for exclusive use with 50mm f/2.5 Compact Macro. **** Available only with the EOS 40D, 30D, 20D and Digital Rebel Kit. ***** Not compatible with tele-extenders.
usa.canon.com/eos
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EF LENSES
Solutions for Specialized Shooting.
The Finest Accessories for Your Lenses.
Canon’s manual focus TS-E (Tilt-Shift) lenses provide tilt capability to alter the plane of focus and
shift capability for perspective correction, offering solutions for numerous applications, from
architectural to studio photography. Canon also offers a range of close-up, high-magnification
shooting solutions with a lineup of exceptional macro lenses and accessories.
To enhance the stellar features of the EF Lens system, there are a number of accessories designed
to perform perfectly with your system. Canon offers cases to help protect your lenses, hoods and
filters to help control glare, and a number of adapters to further expand the possibilities of your EF
Lenses and your EOS System.
for EOS Cameras
Extension Tubes
Gelatin Filter Holders
Close-up Lenses
Gelatin Filter Hoods IV
EF 25 II
Tilt-Shift
General Purpose
TS-E 24mm f/3.5L II
Haze (UV-1)
TS-E 90mm f/2.8
TS-E 45mm f/2.8
Lens Cases
The Haze (UV-1) filter absorbs ultraviolet light
and is most effective on sunny days for cutting
haze out of the shot.
Type
Screw-in
Available Sizes
67mm, 72mm, 77mm, 82mm
Macro
Lens Hoods
EF-S 60mm f/2.8 Macro USM*
MP-E 65mm f/2.8 1–5x Macro Photo
EF 100mm f/2.8 Macro USM
52mm Drop-in
Screw Filter Holder 52WII
Lens Cases and Lens Hoods
Drop-in Screw Filter Holder
These functional, rugged cases are indispensable
to help protect lenses. Lens hoods help prevent
unwanted glare from affecting your photographs.
A holder for screw-type filters, for use with
rear-mounted drop-in filters.
Available Sizes
See EF Lens Specifications.
With Close-up Lens
250D
500D
500
Type
Available Sizes
Drop-in
48mm, 52mm. Includes clear filter. For super-telephoto
lenses. Current IS Super-teles—52mm. Previous super-teles
without IS—48mm.
EF 180mm f/3.5L Macro USM
Life-Size Converter EF
The 250D/500D series incorporates doubleelement achromatic design for maximum optical
performance. These screw-in lenses are used to
provide a shorter minimum focusing distance
with no loss of light. Each lens is optimized
for a particular focal length. Manual focus is
recommended with these lenses.
Type
Available Sizes
Screw-in
500D/500: 52mm, 72mm, 77mm. Optimized for lenses
70 thru 300mm.
250D: 52mm, 58mm. Optimized for lenses 50 thru 135mm.
Screw-in
52mm Drop-in
Circular Polarizing
Filter PL-C 52WII
Circular Polarizing Filter PL-CB/PL-C
EF 100mm f/2.8 L Macro IS USM •f/3.5 •1/100 sec.
EF-M Lenses
Wide-Angle
EF-M 22mm f/2 STM***
Not using a Circular PL Filter
Standard Zoom
Using a Circular PL Filter emphasizes the blue of the sky
Polarizing filters enhance picture quality by
blocking harmful reflected light. Use it to reduce
light reflections from glass and water surfaces
or to improve color saturation. Simple to use,
these filters polarize light circularly, rather
than linearly, so they do not interfere with
autofocus or TTL light metering.
DROP-IN — For use with lenses using rear-mounted
drop-in filters, this polarizing filter can be rotated
from the outside without removing the holder
from the lens, helping enable precise control.
EF-M 18–55mm f/3.5–5.6 IS STM***
Type
Available Sizes
Screw-in
52mm, 58mm, 67mm, 72mm, 77mm, 82mm
Drop-in48mm, 52mm. For super-telephoto lenses. Current IS Superteles—52mm. Previous super-teles without IS—48mm.
Diagram:
• Super UD Lens • UD Lens • Aspherical Lens
Not using a Circular PL Filter
Icons: See “EF Lens Technology” section.
Using a Circular PL Filter suppresses the reflection from
the surface of the leaves and the surface of the water
Loupes
Designed for viewing 35mm film frames at high
magnifications, these loupes use a highperformance lens system that help to eliminate
all aberration and distortion. They offer
diopter adjustment of -4 to +1 dpt, and include
an eyecup, hood and case.
Gelatin Filter
Holder Adapter III
Gelatin Filter Holder System
This convenient holder system allows the use of commercially available
square filters without the need for cutting. The holder attaches to the lens
through an adapter that fits the filter diameter. A special hood is available
for use with the system. Use with 3-inch square type III and 4-inch square
type IV gelatin filters. Gelatin filters can be used with most EF lenses.
Screw-in
Holder for 3-inch square (III) or 4-inch (IV) gelatin filters.
Screw-in
Lens shades which attach to holder can be stacked with telephoto lenses.
Gelatin Filter Holder Adapter III & IV
Type
Available Sizes
Loupe 4x
Screw-in
III: 52mm, 58mm, 67mm, 72mm, 77mm.IV: 58mm, 67mm, 72mm, 77mm.
Drop-in Gelatin Filter Holder II
Mount Adapter EF-EOS M
The optional Mount Adapter EF-EOS M makes the
EOS M Digital Camera compatible with the entire
line of Canon’s EF and EF-S lenses for complete
versatility, from a fisheye to telephoto and
everywhere in between.
EF Lens Attachment
EF 135mm f/2L USM
EF 180mm f/3.5L Macro USM
EF 200mm f/2.8L II USM
EF 200mm f/2L IS USM
EF 300mm f/2.8L IS II USM
EF 300mm f/2.8L IS USM
EF 300mm f/4L IS USM
EF 400mm f/2.8L IS II USM
EF 400mm f/2.8L IS USM
EF 400mm f/4 DO IS USM
EF 400mm f/5.6L USM
EF 500mm f/4L IS USM
EF 500mm f/4L IS II USM
EF 600mm f/4L IS USM
EF 600mm f/4L IS II USM
EF 800mm f/5.6L IS USM
EF 1200mm f/5.6L USM
EF 70–200mm f/2.8L IS II USM
EF 70–200mm f/2.8L USM
EF 70–200mm f/4L IS USM / USM
EF 100–400mm f/4.5–5.6L IS USM
EF 200–400mm f/4L IS
1x
USM Extender 1.4x
1.4x
Gelatin Filter Holder III
Gelatin Filter Holder Hoods III & IV
Type
Available Sizes
Mount Adapter
Extender EF Specifications
Gelatin Filter Hoods III
Gelatin Filter Holder III & IV
Type
Available Sizes
Loupe 4x
Polarizing Filters
EF 100mm f/2.8L Macro IS USM
EF 12 II
These close-up accessories are placed between the camera body and lens
to help enable high-magnification photography. Eight electronic contact
points allow communication between the camera and lens to continue as
usual. The magnification differs according to the lens, but for standard
zoom lenses it is about 0.3x to 0.5x for the EF 12 and 0.7x or more for
the EF 25. By using both tubes effectively, the choice of magnifications
can be greatly extended. However, for best results, manual focusing
is recommended.
Close-up Lens 250D/500D/500
EF 50mm f/2.5 Compact Macro
Gelatin Filter
Holder Adapter IV
Extension Tube EF 25 II & EF 12 II
Haze (UV-1)
TS-E 17mm f/4L
Gelatin Filter Holder IV
with Extender EF 1.4x III attached
Apparent Focal Length (mm)
Maximum
f-stop (f)
Magnification
35mm
APS-H
APS-C
189
246
302
2.5–45
0.27
252
328
403
4.5–45
1.4
280
364
448
2.5–32
0.22
280
364
448
2.8–45
0.18
420
546
672
4–45
0.15
420
546
672
4–45
0.15
420
546
672
5.6–45
0.33
560
728
896
4–45
0.22
560
728
896
4–45
0.22
560
728
896
5.6–45
0.17
560
728
896
8–45
0.18
700
910
1,120
5.6–64
0.17
700
910
1,120
5.6–45
0.21
840
1,092
1,344
5.6–64
0.17
840
1,092
1,344
5.6–45
0.21
1,120
1,456
1,792
8–45
0.2
1,680
2,184
2,688
8–45
0.12
98–280
127–364
157–448
4–45
0.22
98–280
127–364
157–448
4–45
0.22
98–280
127–364
157–448
5.6–45
0.29
140–560
182–728
224–896
6.7–54
0.28
280–560
364–728
448–896
5.6–45
0.22
392–784
510–1019
510–1019
8–64
0.30
Up to three gelatin filters can be placed in these
holders. To use, insert a cut piece of gelatin film
between the holder’s filter frame and pressure
clip, and screw on to the lens.
52mm Drop-in
Gelatin Filter Holder 52WII
Type
Available Sizes
Drop-in
48mm, 52mm. For super-telephoto lenses. Current IS Super-teles—52mm. Previous super-teles without
IS—48mm.
AF
*1
*2 †
*4 †
*2*3 †
*5 †
*5 †
For Best Results with Your Canon EOS Camera Use Original Canon EF Lenses.
Each EOS camera body and each EF Lens has its own built-in microcomputer. These microcomputers store a range of special data to ensure the smooth operation of bodies and EF lenses which support two-way
digital communications between each part to allow exchange of information. Since the EOS System’s market launch in 1987, functions have been added and improved on a continuing basis, such as Optical Image
Stabilizer to some lenses, speeding up the AF function, increasing the number of focusing points, and the addition of the Eye Controlled Focus™ Function. As the system’s range of functions has evolved, the
nature of the basic system of communications between lens and body has evolved as well, ensuring that complete compatibility is maintained. This process of evolution will continue in the future with the addition of
more new specifications, resulting in still further gains in reliability. Accordingly, in order to realize the maximum performance of the EOS System and thereby achieve among the highest
possible photographic quality, we recommend that you use Canon EF lenses and Canon brand accessories, since they are designed and manufactured to match the special
qualities of your EOS camera.
with Extender EF 2x III attached
Apparent Focal Length (mm)
f-stop (f)
35mm
APS-H
APS-C
270
351
432
4–64
360
468
576
6.7–64
400
520
640
5.6–64
400
520
640
4–64
600
780
960
5.6–64
600
780
960
5.6–64
600
780
960
8–64
800
1,040
1,280
5.6–64
800
1,040
1,280
5.6–64
800
1,040
1,280
8–64
800
1,040
1,280
11–64
1,000
1,300
1,600
8–90
1,000
1,300
1,600
8–64
1,200
1,560
1,920
8–90
1,200
1,560
1,920
8–64
1,600
2,080
2,560
11–64
2,400
3,120
3,840
11–64
140–400
182–520
224–640
5.6–64
140–400
182–520
224–640
5.6–64
140–400
182–520
224–640
8–64
200–800
260–1,120
320–1,280
9.5–76
400–800
520–1040
640–1280
8–64
560–1120
728–1456
896–1792
11–91
Maximum
Magnification
0.38
2.00
0.32
0.24
0.28
0.28
0.47
0.31
0.31
0.24
0.27
0.27
0.31
0.27
0.30
0.28
0.27
0.44
0.44
0.42
0.40
0.31
0.44
AF
*4
*2*3 †
*2*3 †
*2*3 †
*1 †
*2*3 †
*1 †
*4
*2 †
*3
*5 †
*5 †
*1 The autofocusing range is from 2.6 feet/0.8m to infinity. *2 With the EOS-1Ds Mark III, EOS-1Ds Mark II, EOS-1D Mark III,
EOS-1D Mark II, EOS-1Ds, EOS-1D, EOS-1v and EOS-3, AF is possible with the center focusing point only. *3 The Image
Stabilizer does not operate with the following cameras: EOS650, 630, 620, 600, RT, 700, 750, 850, EOS-1, A2, A2E, 10s,
ELAN, Rebel, Rebel S, Rebel II and Rebel SII. *4 With the EOS-1Ds Mark II, EOS-1Ds, EOS-1D Mark II N, EOS-1D Mark II,
EOS-1D, EOS-1v, EOS –1v HS and EOS-3, AF is possible with the center focusing point only. *5 With the EOS-1D Mark II,
EOS-1Ds Mark II, EOS -1D Mark II N, EOS-1D, EOS-1Ds, EOS-1v and EOS-1v HS, AF is possible with the center focusing point
only. † With the firmware update, the the EOS-1D X and EOS 5D Mark III allow cross-type autofocusing with the center AF point
when the maximum aperture of the Canon EF lens becomes f/8 with an EF extender attached. Download firmware now at:
usa.canon.com/eos1dxfirmwareupdate and usa.canon.com/5dmarkiiifirmware
* For EOS 7D, 70D, 60D, 60Da, 50D, 40D, 30D, 20D/20Da, Rebel T5i, T4i, SL1, T3i, T2i, T3, T1i, XSi, XS ­­­­and all versions of EOS Digital Rebel only.
* **For EOS M only.
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SPEEDLITE FLASHES
SLR Compatibility
Camera Model
EOS-1D X
EOS-1Ds Mark III
EOS-1D Mark IV
EOS 5D Mark III
EOS 6D
EOS 5D Mark II
EOS 7D
EOS 70D / 60D / 50D / 40D / 30D
EOS Rebel T5i / T4i / SL1 / T3i / T3 / T2i / T1i / XSi / XS
EOS Digital Rebel XTi / XT
EOS-1v / EOS-3
EOS ELAN 7ne
EOS Rebel T2 / T2 Date
EOS Rebel K2 / K2 Date
E-TTL
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
Yes
Yes
No
Yes
E-TTL II
Yes†
Yes†
Yes†
Yes†
Yes†
Yes†
Yes†
Yes†
Yes†
Yes†
No
Yes
Yes
No
A-TTL / TTL
Not Possible
Not Possible
Not Possible
Not Possible
Not Possible
Not Possible
Not Possible
Not Possible
Not Possible
Not Possible
4-point/3-zone
4-point/3-zone
Not Possible
4-point/3-zone
A-TTL
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
TTL
Yes†††
Yes†††
No
No
No
No
Yes†††
Yes†††
Manual
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Speedlite Compatibility
E-TTL / E-TTL II
600EX-RT
580EX II
430EX II
320EX
270EX II
90EX
MR-14EX
MT-24EX
E-TTL / E-TTL II
Yes††
Yes††
Yes††
Yes††
Yes††
Yes††
Yes††
Yes††
† Not Linked to AF point. †† Requires EOS body that supports
E-TTL and E-TTL II respectively. ††† Defaults to TTL in all
conditions except direct flash in the camera’s Program mode.
SPEEDLITE TECHNOLOGY
Integral to the EOS System, Canon Speedlite
flashes are the ideal flash source for EOS
cameras. They are technologically advanced
to provide perfect exposure and illumination
with just about any subject, yet operation is
remarkably simple. Whether you’re an amateur
or an expert, Canon Speedlite flashes make
it easy to obtain professional results.
Sophisticated Flash Control Modes
E-TTL – In E-TTL (Evaluative Through-The-Lens)
flash exposure control mode, meter readings
are taken through the lens, but not off the focal
plane. Using a pre-flash fired after the shutter
button has been fully depressed – but before the
camera’s reflex mirror goes up – E-TTL uses the
camera’s Evaluative metering sensor to compare
the ambient light values with the light reflected
from the subject by the pre-flash. The camera then
calculates and stores the flash output required for
60
optimum exposure of the main subject (as
identified by the AF point) and the background.
E-TTL requires the use of EX-series dedicated
Speedlite flashes such as the 600EX-RT, 580EX II,
430EX II, 320EX, 270EX II, MT-24EX, or MR-14EX
in combination with a compatible camera.
E-TTL II – Available on Canon’s EOS DSLR cameras,
E-TTL II incorporates distance information from
compatible EF lenses (see page 34 for details) for
more versatile flash exposure control. E-TTL II
minimizes underexposure that can occur with
straight reflections by ignoring sensor areas that
report abnormally high levels. This feature is
useful when shooting a subject with a highly
reflective object in the background, or if the
subject itself is highly reflective. In addition,
because distance information is used in
calculating the flash output level, E-TTL II
prevents overexposure when photographers
lock focus and recompose. For example, with
the EOS 5D Mark III the ambient light is first
measured using the camera’s 63-zone metering
when the shutter button is pressed. Next,
a pre-flash is fired and the metering sensor
takes readings. The ambient and pre-flash
readings are compared. The metering areas
having small differences are selected as the
main flash exposure areas. Areas with large
discrepancies between ambient and pre-flash
readings are excluded or down-weighted
because they are assumed to contain a highly
reflective subject, or the subject is not in that
part of the frame – an assumption validated by
distance information. The algorithm thus helps
avoid chronic underexposure problems in such
situations. These readings are weighted,
averaged, and compared with the ambient
light reading and the main flash output is then
set and stored in memory. The E-TTL II, in effect,
captures the subject as a “plane” and not as
a “point.” As a result, EOS SLR cameras can
help deliver consistent flash exposures even
if the subject contains various colors and
levels of reflection. The camera also allows
the user to select an averaged metering
pattern through custom function settings.
preflash fires when the camera’s AE Lock button
is depressed, storing a Spot meter reading of
flash and ambient lighting data for up to 16
seconds. This provides enough time to not only
recompose the shot, but also alter the ambient
light exposure for maximum creative control.
FE Lock is extremely useful when you wish to
recompose after focus lock or to place the main
subject in a part of the frame not covered by
one of the focusing points. It can also eliminate
potential exposure errors caused by unwanted
reflections from surfaces like windows or mirrors.
Adjusting Ambient Exposure in FE Lock**
After pre-flashing the subject with the FE
Lock button, ambient exposure can be adjusted
by turning the Quick Control Dial. The ambient
exposure level is displayed on the exposure
level scale in the viewfinder and on the external
LCD panel.
FP Mode***
FP (focal-plane) flash, or High-speed Sync,
enables E-TTL and E-TTL II compatible cameras
equipped with an EX-series Speedlite flash to
synchronize flash at shutter speeds faster than the
camera’s normal maximum sync speed. Even in
bright daylight, for example, a fast lens can be
used at a wide aperture to reduce depth-of-field
and emphasize the subject. FP flash can be
combined with E-TTL, E-TTL II, or FE Lock, and
is available in all AE modes plus Manual.
Flash Exposure Compensation****
This setting adjusts flash output without
changing the shutter speed or aperture. It’s
a particularly effective way to fine-tune the
balance between foreground and background
exposure for fill flash shots, but it can also be
used to compensate for extremely bright or
dark tones in the subject.
Second-Curtain Sync
Instead of firing the instant the shutter opens,
Second-Curtain Sync fires the flash at the end
of the exposure, allowing streaks of light to
flow naturally behind a moving subject. This
creative flash mode is most effective with
slower shutter speeds and subjects with light
sources, such as the headlights of a moving car.
Stroboscopic Flash
Stroboscopic flash is a series of flashes fired
in rapid succession during a single exposure.
With stroboscopic flash, multiple images of
a moving subject appear in the photograph.
Using this mode, you can analyze a golf swing
or record the shattering of a windowpane.
(Available with Speedlite 600EX-RT, 580EX II,
Macro Ring Lite MR-14EX, Macro Twin Lite
MT-24EX, and the built-in flash of the EOS 7D).
LED Light
In a first for Canon
Speedlite flashes, the
320EX features a bright,
built-in LED light for
illumination when shooting
video or for use as a
modelling light. With fully
charged AA batteries, the
LED light can last for up to four hours of
continuous use.
TTL* – TTL (Through-The-Lens) is the standard
flash exposure control mode used by the
built-in flash units that come with some 35mm
EOS film cameras. Unlike E-TTL or E-TTL II, TTL
reads flash illumination reflected from the film
during the exposure. When the camera is set to
Program AE mode, TTL flash sets an aperture
based on the ambient light level.
Flash Release Function
Flash Exposure Lock (FE Lock)
FE Lock adds Auto Exposure lock and Spot
metering functions when shooting with EX-series
Speedlite flashes and E-TTL compatible EOS
cameras. The EX-series Speedlite flash’s
High-Speed Sync — EF 135mm f/2.0L USM lens •f/2 •1/750 sec.
Taken with MT-24EX and EOS-1v HS
Select Speedlite flash models include a
convenient feature that enables photographers
to release the camera shutter from the remote
flash wirelessly with a 2-second delay. With EOS
DSLR cameras that provide a master function
with remote reception mode, this feature makes
it possible to reposition the flash with complete
freedom – even out of the camera’s line-of-sight
and at some distance from the camera.
* A-TTL and TTL are not compatible with DSLR cameras. See lens chart for a listing of lenses that supply distance information. ** Ambient exposure cannot be adjusted when the
camera is set to Bulb mode or in low-light situations when the camera is set to Program AE or A-DEP. *** Unlike conventional electronic flash, FP flash output (guide number)
decreases as shutter speed increases above normal X-sync speed. **** Flash exposure compensation can be set with most current Speedlite flashes, and it can also be set with all
current EOS cameras other than the EOS Rebel series and EOS Digital Rebel.
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Fig-06_R_Linked_shooting_E.eps
Transmission
distance
Approx. 30 m
(98.4 ft.)
SPEEDLITE FLASHES
Master unit
camera
Wireless Flash Photography
Ceiling
Auto external metering
E
Fig-04_R_Group_flash_example.eps
ETTL II
A
Canon offers a full range of Speedlite flash units compatible with EOS System cameras for a wide
variety of applications and photographers’ needs. They range from simple, economical flashes to
high-power, highly advanced Speedlite flashes for professional use.
D
B
C
Manual flash
Amazing Flash System
Manual flash
ETTL II
Speedlite
Transmission distance
Approx. 30m/98.4 ft.
Group Firing1 – Set different flash modes for each
group (A, B, C, D, and E) and perform multiple
wireless flash shooting. Two or more units can be
set as the same group.
Fig-06_R_Linked_shooting_E.eps
Transmission
distance
Approx. 30 m
(98.4 ft.)
Master unit
camera
Linked shooting function – Releases the camera that
has the Speedlite 600EX-RT (or Speedlite Transmitter
ST-E3-RT) set as the master unit and release up to 15
cameras with the Speedlite or transmitter set as
slave units.
Ceiling
Auto external metering
The Canon EX-series Speedlite flashes have made multiple-flash photography simple,
wireless and automatic. Using the Speedlite 600EX-RT, 580EX II, Macro Speedlite
Fig-04_R_Group_flash_example.eps
MR-14EX, Macro Twin Lite MT-24EX, or Speedlite Transmitters ST-E2 or ST-E3-RT as a
master unit, wireless signals are transmitted to numerous Speedlite flashes, creating
myriad possibilities for lighting, no matter the location. The EOS 7D, EOS 60D,
EOS Rebel T5i and EOS Rebel T3i cameras have Integrated Speedlite Transmitters,
allowing users to wirelessly control EX-series Speedlite flashes and doing away
with the need for an external master unit. The Speedlite 600EX-RT and the Speedlite
Transmitter ST-E3-RT take wireless control to the next level, using two-way radio
signals in addition to traditional wireless.
Wireless Radio Control
For sophisticated wireless flash setups, the
Speedlite 600EX-RT and the Speedlite Transmitter
ST-E3-RT represent the next generation in
wireless flash systems. In addition to traditional
optical wireless transmission, both the Speedlite
600EX-RT and the Speedlite Transmitter
ST-E3-RT
facilitate radio
controlled,
two-way
wireless
transmission
up to 100 feet,
Group firing mode
among up to
five groups or 15 individual Speedlite flashes.
Communicating on 2.4 GHz frequencies for
radio transmission, radio controlled flash
systems do not have the same directional
limitations of traditional wireless optical
transmitters. Where other wireless systems’
signals can be interrupted with physical
obstacles, radio controlled systems excel. To
avoid interference with other equipment on the
same frequency, 15 transmission channels are
available, selectable manually or automatically,
and radio transmission IDs can be set to prevent
misfiring in the event of signal interference on
the same channel. With diverse flash metering
options, and a number of flash modes all
accessible from the menu and quick control
screens of the EOS-1D X and the EOS 5D Mark III
cameras, the Speedlite 600EX-RT and the
Speedlite Transmitter ST-E3-RT make complex
lighting setups simple. With compact, weather
sealed and reliable designs, combined with
improved information panels and controls,
Speedlite 600EX-RT and the Speedlite Transmitter
ST-E3-RT are indispensible, eminently adaptable
tools for advanced, professional flash photography.
E-TTL/E-TTL II Wireless
Autoflash Control
E
II
A
B
UpETTL
to three
groups
(for
main, fill and background)
C
Manual flash
of slave units can be set up
forII comprehensive
ETTL
control of flash lighting. The Speedlite flash
Transmission
slave units
can bedistance
assigned to group A, B, or
Approx. 30m/98.4 ft.
C, with output ratio between groups A and B
adjustable from 8:1 to 1:1 or 1:1 to 1:8. The
output of the group C can be adjusted through
flash exposure compensation. Superb lighting
is simple thanks to the E-TTL/E-TTL II autoflash
system which controls the total flash output to
ensure consistently correct exposure. The EOS 7D,
EOS 60D and EOS Rebel T3i cameras, with their
Integrated Speedlite Transmitters, can control
and trigger external Speedlites wirelessly
through their built-in pop up flash. The EOS 60D
camera can wirelessly control the ratio between
A and B groups, along with the built-in unit’s
own output, while the EOS 7D camera can
control A, B, and C groups. Both cameras also
feature a modeling flash feature for previewing
the output of your external Speedlite flashes,
available by pressing the depth-of-field button.
Even with multiple Speedlite flashes, the
modeling flash fires according to the ratios you
have set. E-TTL/E-TTL II wireless autoflash also
supports most other Speedlite flash features,
such as FE Lock, FP Flash, Flash Exposure
Bracketing/Compensation, and Stroboscopic
Flash. Finally, for macro shooting, the Macro Ring
Lite MR-14EX and Macro Twin Lite MT-24EX can
be used as master units as well.
Manual flash
1 Group firing mode is supported by the EOS-1D X, EOS 5D Mark III and later camera models. In earlier camera models, all flashes will switch to E-TTL
automatically and group control is reduced to 3 groups.
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Speedlite 600EX-RT
Speedlite 430EX II
Speedlite 320EX
• Wireless multiple flash system uses radio wave
communication for enhanced control of up to five
groups and 15 individual flash units.
• Superb build quality, including a metal foot for added
strength.
• Built-in LED illuminates nearby subjects in
dim light – especially useful for video.
• Zoom flash head covers range of 20–200mm;
maximum Guide Number (197 ft./60m at ISO 100).
• Approx. 20% faster recycle time, compared to
previous 430EX.
• Versatile vertical and horizontal bounce capability.
• Improved flash output consistency.
• One-touch quick-lock mechanism for easy
attaching/detaching flash from camera.
• Flash release function allows wireless shutter
release from the flash with a 2-second delay for
flash repositioning.
• Improved flash head durability, and outstanding
dust and weather resistance.
• Full flash control possible on camera menu, with
compatible EOS DSLR cameras.
• AF Assist Beam compatible with Canon’s 61-Point
High Density Reticular AF.**
• Virtually silent flash recycle.
• Wireless Slave function supports three groups and
four channels.
• Dot matrix LCD panel and backlit button
provide easy visibility.
• Full 180˚ swivel in either direction.
• Two flash coverage settings, selectable by
extending or retracting flash head.
• Zoom flash head covers range of 24–105mm; max.
Guide No. 141 ft./43m at ISO 100.
• Max. Guide No. at Tele setting: 105 ft./32m at
ISO 100.
• Fully swiveling head, 180° in either direction.
• Fast recycle time of approximately 2.0 seconds.
Speedlite 270EX II
Speedlite 90EX
• Ultra-compact, ultra-lightweight flash unit.
• Ultra-compact, ultra-lightweight flash unit,
perfect for the EOS M Digital Camera.
• Vertical bounce capability up to 90 degrees.
• Flash release function allows wireless shutter
release from the flash with a 2-second delay
for flash repositioning.
• Slave function allows the flash to be
triggered wirelessly.
• Flash coverage can be switched between Normal
and Tele settings.
• Easy and intuitive operation.
• Wireless master function (optical) allows
multiple flash units to be controlled for
creative lighting effects.
• Supports 24mm wide-angle lenses
(35mm equivalent).
• Max. Guide No. 30 ft./9m at ISO 100.
• Max. Guide No. at Tele setting: 89 ft./27m at
ISO 100.
* Feature compatible with EOS-1D X, 1Ds Mark III, 1D Mark IV, 1D Mark III, 1Ds Mark II, 1D Mark II N, 1D Mark II, 5D Mark III, 5D Mark II, 5D, 7D, 60D, 60Da, 50D, 40D, 30D, 20D, 20Da, Rebel T4i, Rebel T3i, Rebel
T2i, Rebel T3, Rebel T1i, Rebel XSi, Rebel XS, Digital Rebel XTi and Digital Rebel XT only (some earlier models require firmware upgrade). ** Feature compatible only with EOS-1D X and EOS 5D Mark III.
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SPEEDLITE FLASHES
Macro Lites
Speedlite to the Max
Speedlite Transmitter
Whether adding a battery pack, connecting two or more Speedlite flashes, or creating a complex
wireless lighting solution, Canon has flash accessories for almost any photographic situation that
are perfect complements to your Speedlite flash.
EF-S 60mm f/2.8 Macro USM •f/3.2 •1/80
Macro Twin Lite MT-24EX
Macro Ring Lite MR-14EX
Speedlite Transmitter ST-E3-RT
• Attaches to all Canon EF macro lenses
(EF 180mm f/3.5L requires Macro Lite Adapter 72C).
• Twin-tube ring lite designed for close-up photography
with EF Macro lenses; Flash tubes can fire together
or independently.
• Uses two-way radio wave communication for enhanced
communication among master and slave units.
• Compatible with all EOS bodies.
• Achieves a transmission distance of up to 30m/98.4 ft.,
all at a 360° angle.
• Twin flash heads can be rotated over 80° angle
around lens in 5 degree increments.
• Heads can be swiveled or bounced and can be
removed from mounting ring for added control.
• Powerful Guide Number of 78 (feet, at ISO 100),
full E-TTL control and E-TTL features including FEL,
Hi-speed sync and FEB.
• Supports E-TTL/E-TTL II Wireless Autoflash in
conjunction with one or more compatible
EX Speedlite flashes.
• I ncandescent focusing lamps and two forms of
modeling flash permit preview of lighting effects.
• Compatible with Speedlite 600EX-RT
• Up to 5 groups, or 15 individual flashes can be
controlled via 1 transmitter.
• Supports E-TTL II flash, manual flash, strobe and
external flash metering.
• Dot matrix LCD panel displays information
simultaneously and backlit control panel means
easy operation.
Speedlite Transmitter ST-E2
• Dedicated transmitter to control unlimited
number of slave flashes.
Speedlite Release
Cable SR-N3
Compact Battery
Pack CP-E4
Provides remote release
and linked shooting
functions by transmitting
a wireless release signal
to the camera itself. It’s
compatible with cameras
that have E-TTL/ETTL II
autoflash; as well as
an N3-type remote
control terminal.
This dedicated external
power pack is dust/
water-resistant and
makes the flash system
dust/water-resistant.
The power pack’s
performance is the
same as the Compact
Battery Pack CP-E3.
Ni-Cd Pack TP
Battery Magazine TP
Additional rechargeable
Ni-Cd Pack TP batteries
are available separately. They can also be
freely interchanged with
Battery Magazine TP. The
charger TP recharges
a Ni-Cd Pack TP in
approximately 15 hours.
This magazine holds
six commonly available
C-size alkaline batteries.
Included with Transistor
Pack E, it is available
separately for instant
battery changes during
shooting. Can be used in
place of the Ni-Cd Pack
TP. Connecting Cord ET is
also available separately.
Color Filter Set
SCF-E1
Color Filter Holder
SCH-E1
Compatible with the EOS
Speedlite 600EX-RT, the
Color Filter Set SCF-E1
includes a light orange
filter and a dark orange
filter. These filters allow
the user to create various
lighting effects or to
prevent an unnatural
white balance when
shooting indoors.
Compatible with the
Speedlite 600EX-RT,
Color Filter Holder
SCH-E1 is a detachable
holder for gelatin filters.
It is particularly useful
for matching ambient
color temperature with
that of the flash head for
proper compensation.
Other Speedlite Accessories
A
B
C
D
E
F
• Compatible with Speedlites 600EX-RT, 580EX II, 430EX II,
320EX and 270EX II (also 580EX, 430EX and 420EX).
• Controls slave units up to 33 ft. outdoors
and 49.5 ft. indoors.
Speedlite 600EX-RT Speedlite 580EX II Speedlite 430EX II Speedlite 320EX II Speedlite 270EX II Speedlite 220EX II†
Dimensions
(W x H x D)
3.1 x 5.6 x 4.9 in.
80 x 143 x 125mm
3.0 x 5.4 x 4.6 in.
76 x 137 x 117mm
2.8 x 4.8 x 4.0 in.
72 x 122 x 101mm
2.8 x 4.5 x 3.1 in.
70 x 115 x 78.4mm
2.6 x 2.6 x 3.0 in.
65.8 x 65.2 x 77mm
2.7 x 3.62 x 2.42 in.
65 x 92 x 61.3mm
Speedlite 90EX
1.7 x 2.0 x 2.6 in.
44.2 x 52 x 65mm
Off-Camera
Shoe Cord
OC-E3
Camera
Compatibility
All EOS SLR
cameras
Description
Dust- and
water-resistant
2 ft. (0.6m) TTL
cord; retains all
on-camera flash
functions. Same
quick connect as
580EX II.
For off-camera
applications of
Speedlite flash
units, this adapter
will accept
one Speedlite
flash and a
connecting cord
to the camera.
This connector
accepts up to
4 connecting
cords.
This 2 ft. / 60cm
coiled cord has
connections
on both ends for
TTL Distributor,
OA-2, and /
or Hot Shoe
Adapter 3.
F
This 9.8 ft. / 3m
straight cord has
connections on
both ends for
TTL Distributor,
OA-2, and / or
Hot Shoe
Adapter 3.
Speedlite
+
15.1 oz./428g
­* These accessories provide TTL or manual flash control, but are not compatible with E-TTL or E-TTL II; no automatic flash with EOS digital SLR cameras.
Compatibility Chart
5.6 oz./160g
1.8 oz./50g
Compatibility
All EOS cameras
All EOS cameras
All EOS cameras
Type-A EOS
cameras
Type-A EOS
cameras
All EOS cameras
EOS M
All EOS cameras
All EOS cameras
Max. Guide
Number (ISO 100)
196.9 ft./60m
190 ft./58m
141 ft./43m
105 ft./32m
89 ft./27m
72.2 ft./22m
30 ft./9m
79 ft./24m
45.9 ft./14m
Power Source
AA (Alkaline,
re-chargeable
NiCd, Lithium-ion,
Ni-MH)
batteries (x4);
Compact Battery
Pack CP-E4;
Transistor Pack E
(combined flash & control units)
AA (Alkaline,
re-chargeable
NiCd, Lithium-ion,
Ni-MH)
batteries (x4);
Compact Battery
Pack CP-E3;
Transistor Pack E
C
E
D
E
Speedlite+ B
(combined flash & control units)
Compact Battery Pack CP-E4
(w / Alkaline Batteries)
Two AAA-size
(Alkaline,
re-chargeable
Ni-MH or
Lithium-ion)
batteries
Placed in the
EOS camera’s
accessory shoe,
this adapter
controls up to
4 off-camera
Speedlite flashes.
20.64 oz./585g
5.5 oz./155g
AA (Alkaline,
re-chargeable
NiCd, Lithium-ion,
Ni-MH)
batteries (x4)
Speedlite+ C
All 35mm and APS SLR cameras
(Not compatible with digital SLR cameras or PowerShot digital cameras)
(Except 630 & RT)
Control Unit:
2.9 x 4.9 x 3.8 in.
74 x 125.9 x 97.4mm
Flash Unit:
4.44 x 4.96 x 1.02 in.
112.8 x 126 x 25.6mm
9.7 oz./275g
Two AA-size/
LR6 Alkaline
batteries
A
Connecting
Cord 300*
Control Unit:
2.9 x 4.9 x 3.8 in.
74 x 125.9 x 97.4mm
Flash Unit:
9.3 x 3.5 x 1.9 in.
235 x 90.4 x 49mm
11.3 oz./330g
Four AA-size
batteries
- alkaline,
lithium, or
re-chargeable
Ni-MH usable
Connecting
Cord 60*
Macro Ring Lite
MR-14EX
13.2 oz./375g
AA (Alkaline,
re-chargeable
NiCd, Lithium-ion,
Ni-MH)
batteries (x4)
TTL
Distributor*
Macro Twin Lite
MT-24EX
15.0 oz./425g
Weight
(without batteries)
AA (Alkaline,
re-chargeable
NiCd, Lithium-ion,
Ni-MH)
batteries (x4);
Compact Battery
Pack CP-E4;
Transistor Pack E
Speedlite
Off-Camera
Shoe Adapter
OA-2*
TTL Hot Shoe
Adapter 3*
AA (Alkaline,
re-chargeable
NiCd, Lithium-ion,
Ni-MH)
batteries (x4);
Compact Battery
Pack CP-E3;
Transistor Pack E
580EX II
430EX II
320EX
270EX II
MR-14EX
MT-24EX
•
•
–
–
–
–
–
–
•
•
Recycling Time
0.1~2.0
0.1~2.0
Shooting Capacity
100-700
350~2,450
(Sec.)
(No. of Flashes)
Compact Battery Pack
600EX-RT
CP-E3†
•
•
–
–
–
–
–
–
0.1~3
450~2,800
•
0.1~3
Weight
5.5 oz. / 155g
450~2,800
•
5.5 oz. / 155g
† Discontinued product, for reference only.
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EOS SYSTEM ACCESSORIES
Batteries, Chargers and Adapters
Batteries
Battery Packs
To add more power, ergonomics and speed to your EOS SLR camera’s body, consider one of Canon’s
professional quality power boosters and grips. Check out the chart below to find the best match for
your EOS camera.
EOS 5D Mark III camera with Battery Grip BG-E11
Battery Pack LP-E12
Battery Pack LP-E10
Battery Pack LP-E8
Battery Pack LP-E6
Battery Pack LP-E5
Battery Pack LP-E4N
Battery Pack LP-E4
Weight
1.2 oz./35g
1.6 oz./45g
1.8 oz. / 52g
2.8 oz./80g
1.8 oz./50g
6.5 oz./185g
6.3 oz./180g
Compatibility
EOS Rebel SL1, EOS M
EOS Rebel T3
EOS Rebel T5i, T4i, T3i, T2i
EOS 5D Mark III, 6D,
5D Mark II, 7D, 70D, 60D,
60Da
EOS Rebel T1i, XSi, XS
EOS-1D X, 1D Mark IV,
1Ds Mark III, 1D Mark III
EOS-1D X, 1D Mark IV,
1Ds Mark III, 1D Mark III
Description
Lithium-ion batteries. Each battery’s operating specifications are tailored specifically for the cameras they are compatible with.
Battery Charger LC-E5
Battery Grips
Battery Packs
Weight
Battery Grip BG-E14†
Battery Grip BG-E13†
Battery Grip BG-E11†
Battery Grip BG-E9 †
Battery Grip BG-E8 †
10.4 oz./295g (without batteries)
10.2 oz./290g (without batteries)
10.9 oz./310g (without batteries)
10.4 oz./295g (without batteries)
8.1 oz./230g (without batteries)
Battery Pack NP-E3
Battery Pack
BP-511A/ BP-512/
BP-514
Battery Charger LC-E12 Battery Charger LC-E10 Battery Charger LC-E8E
Battery Charger LC-E6
Weight
11.8 oz./325g
2.5 oz./70g
2.9 oz./81g
3.0 oz./85g (without cord)
2.9 oz./82g
4.6 oz./130g (without cord)
2.8 oz./80g
EOS 5D, 50D, 40D, 30D,
20D,20Da,10D, D60, D30,
Digital Rebel
EOS Rebel SL1, EOS M
EOS Rebel T3
EOS Rebel T5i, T4i, T3i, T2i
EOS 5D Mark III, 6D,
5D Mark II, 7D, 70D, 60D,
60Da
EOS Rebel T1i, XSi, XS
Compatibility
EOS 70D
EOS 6D
EOS 5D Mark III
EOS 60D, 60Da
EOS Rebel T5i, T4i, T3i, T2i
Compatibility
Functions
Shutter-Release button, Main Dial,
AF-point selection/Magnify button, AE/
FE Lock/Index/Reduce button, AF start
button, AF area selection mode button,
and Vertical-grip operation switch
Shutter-Release button, AE/FE Lock
button, Main Dial. AF-point-select
button, Vertical-grip operation switch
Shutter-Release button, AE/FE Lock
button, Main Dial, Multi-controller.
AF-point-select button, Multi-function
button, Vertical-grip operation switch
AE/FE Lock/ Index/ Reduce button, Main
Dial, AF point selection/ Magnify button,
Aperture/exposure compensation button, Attach/ Detach button, Vertical-grip
operation switch
AE/FE Lock/ Index/ Reduce button, Main
Dial, AF point selection/ Magnify button,
Aperture/exposure compensation
button, Attach/ Detach button,
Vertical-grip operation switch
EOS-1Ds Mark II, 1Ds,
1D Mark II N, 1D Mark II, 1D
Description
Lithium-ion batteries. Each battery’s operating
specifications are tailored specifically for the cameras
they are compatible with.
LP-E6 (x2); AA-size battery (x6); or
AC Adapter Kit ACK-E6
LP-E6 (x2); AA-size battery (x6); or
AC Adaptor ACK-E6
LP-E6 (x2); AA-size battery (x6); or
AC Adaptor ACK-E6
LP-E6 (x2); AA-size battery (x6); or
AC Adapter ACK-E6
LP-E8 (x2); AA-size battery (x6); or
AC Adapter ACK-E8
Power Source
Battery Grip BG-E7†
Battery Grip BG-E6†
Battery Grip BG-E5†
Battery Grip BG-E2N†
Weight
12.0 oz./340g (without batteries)
11.1 oz./315g (without batteries)
8.1 oz./230g (without batteries)
11.5 oz./325g (without batteries)
Compatibility
EOS 7D
EOS 5D Mark II
EOS Rebel T1i, XSi, XS
EOS 50D, 40D
Functions
Shutter-Release button, AE/FE Lock/
Index/Reduce button, Main Dial, AFframe-select button, Aperture/ Exposure
compensation button
Shutter-Release button, AE/FE Lock/
Index/Reduce button, Main Dial, AFframe-select button, Aperture/ Exposure
compensation button
Shutter-Release button, AE/FE Lock/
Shutter-Release button, AE/FE Lock
Index/Reduce button, Main Dial, AFbutton, Main Dial, AF frame-select button
frame-select button, Aperture/ Exposure
compensation button
LP-E6 (x2); AA-size battery (x6); or
AC Adapter ACK-E6
LP-E6 (x2); AA-size battery (x6); or
AC Adapter ACK-E6
LP-E5 (x2); AA-size battery (x6); or
AC Adapter ACK-E5
Power Source
Battery chargers that charge battery packs in approximately 2 hours.
Battery Chargers
Car Battery Chargers
Battery Charger LC-E4N Battery Charger LC-E4
Battery Charger CG-580 Battery Charger CB-5L
Compact Power Adapter Car Battery Charger
CA-PS400
CBC-E6
Weight
12.3 oz./350g
15.2 oz./431g
5.6 oz./160g
3.5 oz./110g (without cord)
10.1 oz./287g
Compatibility
EOS-1D X, 1D Mark IV,
1Ds Mark III, 1D Mark III
EOS-1D X, 1D Mark IV,
1Ds Mark III, 1D Mark III
EOS 5D, 50D, 40D, 30D,
20D, 20Da, 10D, D60, D30,
Digital Rebel
EOS 5D, 50D, 40D, 30D,
20D, 20Da,10D, D60, D30,
Digital Rebel
EOS 5D, 50D, 40D, 30D,
20D, 20Da, 10D, D60, D30,
Digital Rebel
Description
Battery chargers that charge battery packs in approximately 2 hours.
(excluding AC cord)
Car Battery Charger
CBC-E5
3.7 oz./105g
4.9 oz./140g
EOS 5D Mark III, 6D
EOS 5D Mark II, 7D, 70D,
60D, 60Da
EOS Rebel T1i, XSi, XS
A car battery charger that plugs into a car’s cigarette lighter.
Charging is accomplished in approximately 2.5 hours.
DC Couplers / DC Coupler Kit
BP-511A/511/512/ 514 (x1 or x2);
AA-size batteries (x6); AC Adapter Kit
ACK-E2; or Compact Power Adapter
CA-PS400 plus
DC-Coupler DR-400
† Accepts optional Hand Strap E1.
Power Drive Booster/Battery Pack Chart
Battery Chargers
DC Coupler DR-E15
DC Coupler DR-E12
DC Coupler DR-E10
DC Coupler DR-E8
DC Coupler DR-E6
DC Coupler DR-400
DC Coupler Kit DCK-E1
Weight
0.6 oz./16g
0.5 oz./15g
0.6 oz./17.5g
0.7 oz./20g
3.9 oz./110g
3.9 oz./123g (without cord)
5.3 oz./150g (DC Coupler)
7.2 oz./205g (AC Adapter)
Compatibility
EOS Rebel SL1
EOS M
EOS Rebel T3
EOS Rebel T5i,T4i, T3i, T2i
EOS 5D Mark III, 6D
5D Mark II, 7D, 70D, 60D,
60Da
EOS 5D, 50D, 40D, 30D,
20D, 20Da, 10D, D60, D30,
Digital Rebel
Description
Allows the camera to draw power directly from an AC power source when used in conjunction with a compatible AC adapter.
Power Drive Booster PB-E2 Accessories
EOS-1Ds Mark II, 1Ds, 1D
Mark II N, 1D Mark II, 1D
AC Adapter Kits
Weight
Power Drive Booster PB-E2
Battery Pack BP-E1*
17.1 oz./484g
9.8 oz./280g
(without batteries)
Compatibility
EOS-1v HS, 1v, 1N, 1, 3
Functions
Shutter Release button, AE Lock button, —
FE Lock/Multi-spot Metering button,
Main Dial, focusing point selector
Power Source
Ni-MH Battery Pack NP-E2 or Battery
Magazine BM-E2 and 8 AA-size
Alkaline, Lithium-ion, Ni-MH or Ni-Cd
batteries
EOS-1v HS, 1v, 1N, 1, 3
2CR5 Lithium-ion battery (x1),
AA-size (Alkaline, rechargeable Ni-Cd, Ni-MH)
batteries (x4)
* Not compatible with AA-size Lithium-ion batteries.
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Weight
Description
Battery Magazine BM-E2
Ni-MH Pack NP-E2
Ni-MH NC-E2
1.8 oz./50g
(without batteries)
10.9 oz./320g
12.5 oz./354g
Magazine holds eight AA-size
alkaline, Lithium-ion, Ni-Cd or
Ni-MH batteries. (Provided with
the PB-E2)
Powerful rechargeable battery
pack dedicated to the PB-E2. The
rated voltage is 12V. It can be
recharged over 500 times. When
fully charged, it has enough
power for 70 rolls of 36-exposure
film at 68°F/20°C.
Charger dedicated to the NP-E3
Battery Pack and the NP-E2 Pack.
Two packs can be attached at
one time. The discharge feature
(taking up to 8.5 hrs) cancels
the pack’s memory effect. It
runs on 100-240V AC, ideal for
international travel.
AC Adapter Kit ACK-E15 AC Adapter Kit ACK-E12 AC Adapter Kit ACK-E10 AC Adapter Kit ACK-E8
AC Adapter Kit ACK-E6
AC Adapter Kit ACK-E5
AC Adapter Kit ACK-E4
Weight
0.6 oz./16g (DC Coupler)
6.5 oz./185g (AC Adapter)
0.5 oz./15g (DC Coupler)
6.5 oz./185g (AC Adapter)
0.6 oz./17.5g (DC Coupler)
6.5 oz./185g (AC Adapter)
0.7 oz./20g (DC Coupler)
6.5 oz./185g (AC Adapter)
3.9 oz./110g (DC Coupler)
6.2 oz./175g (AC Adapter)
15.0 oz./425g
14.1 oz./399g
Compatibility
EOS Rebel SL1
EOS M
EOS Rebel T3
EOS Rebel T5i,T4i, T3i, T2i,
BG-E8
EOS 5D Mark III, 6D
5D Mark II, 7D, 70D, 60D,
60Da
EOS Rebel T1i, XSi, XS
EOS-1D Mark IV,
1Ds Mark III, 1D Mark III,
Description
Allows the camera to draw power directly from an AC power source. They are designed to supply uninterrupted power.
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EOS SYSTEM ACCESSORIES
Wireless File Transmitters and GPS Receivers
Remote Control & Accessories
Canon Wireless File Transmitters help enable fast, wireless image transfer from EOS cameras
directly to a computer. Canon GPS*** receivers record location, including latitude, longitude and
altitude, include a compass, and can track the trajectory of the photographer’s movements.
Canon accessories are the perfect choice to help enhance your EOS System’s
performance. Whether through recording data or controlling your camera remotely,
Canon’s own accessories are designed to complement your EOS camera.
EOS 7D camera with Wireless File Transmitter WFT-E5A
Wireless File Transmitter
EF 100mm f/2.8L Macro IS USM •f/5.6 •1/80 sec.
Remote Controllers and Switches
Wireless File Transmitter
WFT-E7A
Wireless File Transmitter
WFT-E6A
Wireless File Transmitter
WFT-E5A
Compatibility
EOS 5D Mark III
EOS-1D X
EOS 7D
Description
Designed for the EOS 5D Mark III. It transfers images from cameras
directly to a computer via wireless local area networks (LAN),
and offers a number of enhanced features to improve efficiency for
studios and media professionals including: wireless support for
IEEE 802.11 a/b/g and the latest standard 802.11n, which deliver
blazing communication speed, camera clock synchronization, linked
shooting function, Bluetooth support, and auto re-send of images
that were not sent during a sending error.
Canon’s Wireless File Transmitter WFT-E6A is designed for the
EOS-1D X. It transfers images from cameras directly to a computer via
wireless local area networks (LAN), and offers a number of enhanced
features to improve efficiency for studios and media professionals
including: wireless support for IEEE 802.11 a/b/g and the latest
standard 802.11n, which deliver blazing communication speed,
camera clock synchronization, linked shooting function, Bluetooth
support, and auto re-send of images that were not sent during a
sending error.
This wireless transmitter is dedicated to the EOS 7D. The transmitter
is compatible with Wi-Fi Protected Setup to connect easily to a
wireless LAN access point and automatically leads to the security
setting for secure image transfer. Images can be stored in selected
folders and the entire folder can be transferred. Added features
include IEEE 802.11a/b/g compatibility, WPS compatibility, WFT
server EOS 7D, camera linking function and Bluetooth function. It
allows wireless transmission (802.11a, b or g) to Mac or Windows
computers up to 492 ft.
Wireless File
Transmitter
WFT-E4 II A
Wireless File
Transmitter
WFT-E4A
Wireless File
Transmitter
WFT-E3A
Wireless File Transmitter
WFT-E2A
Compatibility
EOS 5D Mark II
EOS 5D Mark II
EOS 50D, 40D
EOS-1D Mark IV, 1Ds Mark III, 1D Mark III
Description
This wireless transmitter is dedicated to the
EOS-5D Mark II with firmware upgrade. The
transmitter is compatible with Wi-Fi Protected
Setup to connect to a wireless LAN access point
and automatically leads to the security setting
for secure image transfer. Images can be stored
in selected folders and the entire folder can be
transferred. Added functions include IEEE 802.11
a/b/g compatibility, WPS compatibility, camera
linking function, Bluetooth function, media server
function and WFT server Remote Live View. It allows
wireless transmission (802.11a, b or g) to Mac or
Windows computers up to 492 ft.
This wireless transmitter is dedicated to the
EOS 5D Mark II. The transmitter is compatible with
Wi-Fi Protected Setup to connect easily to a
wireless LAN access point and it automatically
leads to the security setting for secure image
transfer. Sending a batch of photos wirelessly is
easy with the WFT-E4A. Images can be stored in
selected folders and the entire folder can be
transferred at once. It retains the same features as
the WFT-E3A including great handling for vertical
shooting and wireless transmission (802.11b
or g) to Mac or Windows computers up to 492 ft.
(150m)* away.
This wireless transmitter is dedicated to the EOS
50D and 40D camera. Completely integrated
design for outstanding handling; includes vertical
controls. Wireless transmission (802.11b or g)
to Mac or Windows computers. Three separate
wireless methods, including wireless remote
control of camera from computer. Transmits up to
492 ft. (150m)*, depending on environment and
computer set-up; wired Ethernet connection up to
1,000 ft. (330m). Its USB port allows an external
hard drive to be directly connected to the camera.
Canon’s Wireless File Transmitter WFT-E2A allows
photographers to transmit images from cameras
directly to a computer over a wired or wireless
local area network (LAN), incorporates a number of
significant features into a robust, camera-powered
system to make wireless transfer up to 492 ft.
(150m)* faster, simpler and less cumbersome
than WFT-E1A. The WFT-E2A is smaller and attaches to the side of the camera.
Wireless
Controller LC-5
Remote Switch
RS-80N3
Timer Remote
Controller TC-80N3
Remote Switch
60T3
Compatibility
All EOS cameras except
EOS 60D, 60Da, EOS M and Digital Rebel series,
1v Hs, 1v, 3
All EOS cameras except
EOS 70D, 60D, 60Da, EOS M and Digital Rebel
series, 1v Hs, 1v, 3
All EOS cameras except
EOS 70D, 60D, 60Da, EOS M and Digital Rebel
series,1v Hs, 1v, 3
N3-compatible cameras**, with adapter 1n RS,
1n, 1, A2/A2e, RT,* 630*, 620*, 650*
Description
•An extended-range Wireless Controller system
designed for EOS cameras with N3 remote
control sockets.
•Provides remote shutter release capability.
•Max. transmitter to receiverdistance of
300 ft./91.5m
•Remote switch to prevent camera shake for
super-telephoto or macro shots and bulb
exposures.
•Works like a Shutter button, enabling halfway
or complete pressing.
•Shutter release lock.
•Connects to N3-type socket.
•Cord length: 2.6 ft./80cm.
•Remote switch with self-timer, interval timer,
long-exposure timer, and exposure-count
setting feature.
•Timer set from 1 sec. to 99 hrs., 59 min., 59 sec.
•Easy operations with new dial.
•Illuminated LCD panel.
•N3-type connector.
•Cord length: 2.6 ft./80cm.
•Electromagnetic cable release with
a 3-pin terminal.
•Allows independent control of light metering
and shutter release.
•Cord length: 2 ft./60cm.
Remote Switch
RS-60E3
Wireless Remote
Controller RC-1
Wireless Remote
Controller RC-6
Wireless Remote
Controller RC-5
Compatibility
EOS 70D, 60D, 60Da, Rebel T5i, T4i, SL1, T3i, T3,
T1i, XSi, Digital Rebel XTi/XT, Digital Rebel, ELAN
7 series, ELAN II/IIe, Rebel T2, Ti, 2000, G, X, XS,
XSN, IX
EOS 5D Mark II, 7D, 60D, 60Da, Rebel T1i, XSi,
Digital Rebel XTi/XT, Digital Rebel, ELAN 7 series,
II/IIe, ELAN, Rebel T2 Date, Ti Date, K2 Date, 10S
EOS 5D Mark III, 6D, 5D Mark II, 7D, 70D, 60D,
60Da, Rebel T5i, T4i, SL1, T3i, T2i, T1i, XSi, Digital
Rebel XTi/XT, Digital Rebel, ELAN 7 series, ELAN II/
IIe, ELAN, Rebel T2 Date, Ti Date, K2 Date, IX, 10S
EOS 5D Mark II, 7D, 60D, 60Da, Rebel T1i, Rebel
XSi, Digital Rebel XTi/XT, Digital Rebel, ELAN 7
series, II/IIe, ELAN, Rebel T2 Date, Ti Date, K2
Date, IX, 10S
Description
• Compact remote switch replicating all the
functions of a shutter release button.
•Cord length: 2 ft./60cm.
•Miniature infrared transmitter.
•Set for either instant shutter release or
2-sec. delay.
•Activate mirror lock and bulb shutter functions.
•Operates as far as 16.4 ft./5m.
•Compact design.
•Operates approximately 16.4 ft/5 m from the
camera.
•Set for either instant shutter release or
2-sec. delay.
•Activate mirror lock and bulb shutter functions.
•Compact design.
•Operates as far as 16 ft./5m from the camera.
Remote Switch
Adapter RA-N3
Remote Switch
Adapter T3
Extension Cord
ET-1000N3
Extension Cord
1000T3
Compatibility
All EOS DSLR cameras except EOS 5D Mark II,
7D, 70D, 60D, 60Da and Digital Rebel series, 1v
Hs, 1v, 3
N3-compatible cameras**, EOS 1n RS, 1n, 1,
A2/A2e, RT*, 630*, 620*, 650*
All EOS DSLR cameras except EOS 5D Mark II,
7D, 70D, 60D, 60Da, 50D and Digital Rebel series,
1v Hs, 1v, 3
N3-compatible cameras**, EOS 1n RS, 1n, 1,
A2/A2e, RT*, 630*, 620*, 650*
Description
•Enables old-model, T3 terminal-equipped
accessories to be connected to cameras with
the N3-type socket.
•Enables use of remote control devices with
standard 2-pin subminiature jacks with
T3-compatible EOS cameras.
•Connects compatible EOS cameras with
Timer Remote Controller TC-80N3 or Remote
Switch RS-80N3.
•Cord length:33 ft./10m.
•Used with any other T3-compatible accessories
for extension.
•Cord length: 33 ft./10m.
Remote Control Accessories
GPS Accessories
GPS Receiver GP-E2***
GPS Receiver GP-E1***
Compatibility
EOS-1D X, 5D Mark III**, 6D, 7D**, 70D, EOS Rebel T5i, T4i, SL1, EOS M
EOS-1D X
Description
The GP-E2 allows photographers to geotag their photos. Its compact, lightweight design smoothly
integrates with the camera’s hot shoe or USB terminal without the need for additional power. The GPE2 automatically adds location information as EXIF data while shooting (latitude, longitude, altitude,
direction, universal coordinated time (UTC)). An on-board electronic compass supports shooting
even when held vertically, and the orientation can be displayed on a map with bundled software.
The camera’s clock can be easily set by the GP-E2’s atomic clock. It can also be used as a
stand-alone GPS logger.
To be used with the EOS-1D X, the GP-E1 is Canon’s first GPS Receiver. Its compact, lightweight design
smoothly integrates with the camera’s extension system terminal, allowing the hot shoe to remain
accessible without the need for additional power. The GP-E1 automatically adds location information
as EXIF data while shooting (latitude, longitude, altitude, direction, universal coordinated time (UTC)).
An on-board electronic compass supports shooting even when held vertically, and the orientation can
be displayed on a map with bundled software. The EOS-1D X’s clock can be easily set by the GP-E1’s
atomic clock.
*EOS RT, 650, 630 and 620 require Grip GR20 with built-in T3 remote socket.
**T3 accessories require Remote Switch Adapter RA-N3 with N3-series cameras.
*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.
**The EOS 5D Mark III and EOS 7D require a firmware upgrade (which is now available) to be compatible with the GPS Receiver GP-E2.
***In certain countries and regions, the use of GPS may be restricted. Therefore, be sure to use GPS in accordance with the laws and regulations of your country or region. Be particularly
careful when traveling outside your home country. As a signal is received from GPS satellites, take sufficient measures when using in locations where the use of electronics is regulated.
Note: When the EOS 7D is used with the GP-E2 the following restrictions will apply: a) geotagging function will not work for movies while recording; b) geotagging features will not work for
movies when using the Map Utility; c) electronic compass information and automatic time setting is not available; d) transmission via the hot shoe is not possible.
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EOS SYSTEM ACCESSORIES
Focusing Screens Ec Series
Viewfinder Accessories
For more customization, many of Canon’s EOS cameras are compatible
with a vast choice of eyecups, diopter lenses and more for greater
versatility in a number of shooting situations.
Ec-A: Microprism
EF 180mm f/3.5L Macro USM •f/4.5 •1/200 sec.
Eyecups, Rubber Frames and Dioptric Adjustment Lenses
Anti-Fog
Eyepiece Ec
Anti-Fog
Eyepiece Ed
Dioptric Adjustment Dioptric Adjustment Dioptric Adjustment Eyepiece Extender
Lens E
Lens Ed
Lens Eg
EP-EX15 II
Eyepiece Extender
EP-EX15
All EOS SLR cameras
except: 1Ds Mark III,
1D Mark III, 6D,
5D Mark II, 60D, 60Da,
50D, 40D, EOS-3, A2/
A2e, ELAN 7 series,
ELAN II/IIe, IX, IX Lite
Compatibility
EOS-1Ds Mark II,
EOS-3, A2/A2e,
1Ds, 1D Mark II N,
ELAN 7 series,
1D Mark II, 1D,
ELAN II/IIe
D2000, 1v HS, 1v, 1N
RS, 1N, 1
All EOS SLR cameras EOS-3, A2/A2e,
except: EOS Mark III ELAN 7 series,
series, EOS-3, A2/A2e, ELAN II/IIe
ELAN 7 series,
ELAN II/IIe, IX, IX Lite
Description
These eyecups use specially treated
advanced-process glass, which helps to
prevent condensation, or fogging. The
eyecups are useful in warm, humid and cold
weather, when fogging is most likely to occur.
These Dioptric Adjustment lenses provide near- and far-sighted
users a clear viewfinder image without the use of eyeglasses.
Available in versions from +3 to -4 dpt to match many types of
eyesight, each Dioptric Adjustment Lens fits into the eyepiece
holders of the appropriate EOS model for convenient use and a
comfortable fit.
Note: EOS-1Ds Mark III, EOS-1D Mark III and EOS 7D use
Anti-fog Eyepiece Eg only.
EOS-1D X, 1D Mark IV,
1Ds Mark III,
1D Mark III,
5D Mark III, 7D
EOS 5D Mark II, 70D
60D, 60Da, 50D, 40D,
Rebel T5i, T4i, SL1,
T3i, T2i, T3, T1i, XSi,
XS
Extends the eyepiece 5/8" (15mm) from the
camera body and reduces viewfinder
magnification by 30%. Useful for eyeglass
wearers and others to keep the tip of the nose
from touching the camera body.
Note: EOS-1Ds Mark III and EOS-1D Mark III require Dioptric Adjustment Lens Eg only.
Angle Finder C
Eyecup Ed-E
All EOS SLR cameras
(Includes Adapter
Ec-C and Ed-C to fit
any EOS camera.)
EOS-3, A2/A2e,
ELAN 7 series,
ELAN II/IIe
Angle Finder C lets
users adjust the
viewing angle while
providing a 2.5x
magnification for
critical focusing, or
a full-screen image
(1.25x) that includes
exposure data.
Provided with built-in
dioptric adjustment
for variations in
eyesight.
This large eyecup
keeps out most
sunlight and other
external light, substantially enhancing
viewfinder visibility.
It is especially helpful
for eyeglass wearers
when photographing
outdoors. The mount
can be rotated for
vertical shots.
Ec-B: New Split
Ec-C III: Laser-Matte
Compatibility
EOS-1D X††, All models of EOS-1Ds and EOS-1D, EOS D2000, EOS-1v, 1N, 1N RS, EOS-1 and EOS-3
Description
This matte field screen with microprism
focusing spot in the center is used for
general photography with all lenses.It
achieves best results when using a lens
of f/5.6 or faster.
This matte field screen with split-image
focusing spot in the center is good for
general photography with all lenses.
Ec-l: Laser-Matte with
Ec-H: Laser-Matte with Scale Double Cross-Hair Reticle
Ec-L: Cross-Split Image
Compatibility
EOS-1D X††, All models of EOS-1Ds and EOS-1D, EOS D2000, EOS-1v, 1N, 1N RS, EOS-1 and EOS-3
Description
A matte field screen with vertical
and horizontal scales marked in
millimeters, this screen is
effective for close-up photography
and photo-micrography. Useful
in determining magnification
ratios and composition, this
screen can be used with all lenses.
This is a matte field screen with
a clear center spot containing
a double cross-hair reticule.
Focusing is possible using the
floating image of the central cross
hair. This screen is particularly
useful for photomicrography and
astrophotography. Surrounding
matte field can be used with all
lenses.
This matte field screen has a
cross-split image in the center,
which divides the subject in half
both vertically and horizontally for
accurate manual focusing. Used
for general photography with all
lenses, best results are obtained
when using a lens of f/5.6 or
faster.
Focusing Screen Sets for 4x5 and Square Formats
Compatibility
Eyecup Eb
Eyecup Ec-II
Eyecup Ed
Eyecup Ef
Eyecup Eg
Rubber Frame Eb*
EOS ELAN, Rebel series**,
700, 750, 850, 6D, 5D
Mark II, 5D, 70D, 60D,
60Da, 50D, 40D, 30D,
20D, 20Da, 10D, D60,
D30
EOS-1D Mark III,
1Ds Mark II, 1Ds,
1D Mark II N,1D Mark II,
1D, D2000, 1v HS, 1v,
1N RS, 1N, 1
EOS-3, A2/A2e,
ELAN 7 series,
ELAN II/IIe
EOS Rebel T5i, T4i, SL1,
T3i, T2i, T3, T1i, XSi/XS,
Digital Rebel XTi/XT,
EOS Digital Rebel,
Rebel T2, Ti, K2
EOS-1D X, 1D Mark IV,
EOS 10S, ELAN, 6D
1Ds Mark III, 1D Mark III, 5D Mark II, 5D, 60D,
5D Mark III, 7D
60Da,50D, 40D, 30D,
20D, 20Da, 10D, D60,
D30, Rebel series**
Rubber Frame Ec*
Rubber Frame Ef*
EOS-1Ds Mark II, 1Ds,
1D Mark II N, 1D Mark II,
1D, D2000, 1v HS, 1v,
1N RS, 1N, 1
EOS Rebel T5i, T4i, SL1,
T3i, T2i, T3, T1i, XSi, XS,
Digital Rebel, Rebel T2,
Ti, K2; Required for use of
Dioptric Adjustment Lens E.
Standard on the EOS-1D series,
EOS-1v HS/EOS-1v, and compatible with
all EF lenses, this screen includes an
Area AF ellipse and spot metering circle.
Manual focus can be checked anywhere
on the screen.
Ec-C IV: Laser-Matte
Ec-D: Laser-Matte with Sections
This Laser Matte Ec-C IV uses a shaping
method improved over the Ec-C III. It
achieves easier focusing and good
background blur. brighter, less grainy,
and better balanced.
This is a matte field screen with sections.
Grid lines assist in determining accurate
picture composition. It is especially well
suited for close-up photography or for
copy work using EF macro lenses, it can
also be used for general photography
with all lenses.
Ec-N: New Laser-Matte
Ec-R: New Laser-Matte
Ec-S: Super Precision Matte†
This is the standard screen for the
EOS-3. The outer oval-shape the
45 AF points; the inner circle is
for spot and FEL metering. When
shooting, the focusing points will
be indicated in red LCD markings.
Along with the Ec-R screen, it is
approximately 1/2 stop brighter
than the Laser- Matte series
screens.
This is the standard screen
provided with the EOS-1N RS.
It compensates for decreased
viewfinder brightness due to the
low reflection factor of the
pellicle mirror. It is about 1/2-stop
brighter but otherwise similar to
Focusing Screen Ec-CII. It can be
used in all EOS-1 series cameras,
as well as the EOS-3.
An all-matte focus screen for
the EOS-1D Mark II N with finer
microlens structure than the
standard screens. Out-of-focus
areas show more vividly than with
the other Ec type screens. Ideal
for fast lenses (f/1.8 through f/2.8
max aperture).
Focusing Screens Ee Series
* Used with Dioptric Adjustment Lens E. ** Except Digital Rebel, Rebel T2, Ti and Rebel K2
Focusing Screens Eg Series
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Ec-1Ds/Ec-1D/Ee: Crop Lines
Focusing Screens Ef Series
Eg-A II:
Eg-A:
Eg-D:
Compatibility
EOS 6D
EOS 5D Mark II
EOS 6D, 5D Mark II
Description
Standard focus screen
exclusively for the EOS 6D.
Bright and easy to
distinguish focus. For
general photography with
all lenses.
Standard focus screen
exclusively for the
EOS 5D Mark II. Matte
surface with nine AF points
etched on screen. For
general photography with
all lenses.
Similar to standard Eg-A
screen for EOS 5D Mark II,
but with horizontal and
vertical lines for precise subject placement or alignment.
EOS 5D must be set to
Custom Function IV-5-1 for
accurate exposure metering.
Eg-S:
Ef-A:
Ef-D:
Ef-S:
Precision Matte surface,
with etched grid lines to
assist composition.
The EOS 40D’s AF points
remain fully visible. Focus
characteristics suited to
most lenses.
Exclusively for the EOS 40D,
this focus screen is optimized
for wide-aperture lenses
from f/1.8 to f/2.8. Areas
that are slightly out of focus
appear more out of focus,
making it easier to tell when
focus is right-on. Ideal
for users who frequently
manually-focus in dim light
with fast lenses.
EOS 60D, 60Da, 50D, 40D
An all-matte focus screen for
the EOS 5D Mark II with finer
microlens structure than the
standard screens.
Out-of-focus areas show
more vividly than with EG-A
and EG-D screens.
EOS 5D Mark II must be set
to Custom FunctionIV-5-2 for
accurate exposure metering.
The standard focus screen
for EOS 40D. Standard
Precision Matte surface,
ideal with most lenses
including zooms f/3.5 thru
f/5.6. All matte surface.
Includes a special tool to
remove existing screen.
Ec-1Ds/Ec-1D/Ee: Black Mask
Ee-A: Precision Matte
Compatibility
EOS-1D X††, 1D Mark IV, 1Ds/1D Mark III, 1Ds/1D Mark II, 1Ds/1D
5D
Description
Ideal for the portrait and wedding photographer, the set “Crop Lines” includes
two focus screens—one with 4x5 (or 8x10) crop lines etched on the screen, and a
second screen with lines for square composition. All exposure metering can be
performed normally in camera, and red focus point illumination remains fully
active. The other sets “Black Mask” have and opaque black mask outside the
picture area. One screen of the set shows the area for 4x5 (or 8x10) cropping, the
other shows the area for square cropping. Partial or Spot metering is recommended
for these screens. E-TTL II flash exposure will definitely require significant
compensation. FEL (Flash Exposure Lock) in conjunction with either partial or spot
metering is recommended. 3 types are available for both sets respectively,
according to the size of the CMOS sensor and viewfinder optics: for full frame 1Ds
series*, 1D series and for 5D.
Replacement standard focus screen
exclusively for the EOS 5D. Matte surface
with nine AF points etched on screen. For
general photography with all lenses.
Ee-D: Precision Matte
with Grid Lines
Similar to standard Ee-A screen for EOS
5D, but with horizontal and vertical
lines for precise subject placement or
alignment. Overall matte surface gives
viewing and focusing very similar to
standard Ee-A screen. EOS 5D must be
set to Custom Function 00-1 for accurate
exposure metering.
Ee-S: Super-Precision Matte
An all-matte focus screen for the EOS
5D with finer microlens structure than
the standard screens. Out-of-focus
areas show more vividly than with Ee-A
and Ee-D screens. It works best with
lenses from f/1.8 to f/2.8 max aperture,
especially for manual focusing. EOS 5D
must be set to Custom Function 00-2 for
accurate exposure metering.
*Can also be attached to 35mm EOS-1 series and EOS-3 cameras.
Note: All focusing screens include a special tool for removing original screen and installing new screen. EOS-1Ds, EOS-1D Mark II, EOS-1D, EOS-1v HS and EOS-1v—If using New Laser Matte Focus Screens Ec-N or
Ec-R, be sure to set camera’s Custom Function C.Fn-0 to “0”. EOS-3—If using Laser Matte Ec-A, Ec-B, Ec-C II, Ec-C III, Ec-D, Ec-I or Ec-L focus screens, be sure to set camera’s Custom Function C.Fn-0 to “1”. Exposure
compensation is required when combining the focusing screen Ec-R with the EOS-1 or EOS-1N, and when combining the focusing screens Ec-A, B, Cll, D, H, I and L with the EOS-1 N RS. Refer to each focusing screen’s
instructions for detailed information. † EOS-1Ds Mark III, 1D Mark III and 1D Mark II N must be set to appropriate Custom Function for accurate exposure metering when this screen is installed. Manual exposure is
required for use with other EOS-1 series cameras. †† For the EOS-1D X, by changing the Focusing Screen Custom Function setting, the camera can be compatible with the Laser Matte focusing screens: Ec-A, B, D, H, I,
and L. The Ec-C IV and Ec-C, CII, CIII, S, N, and R focusing screens can also be installed, but since there is no Focusing Screen Custom Function setting for them, you must set exposure compensation as you shoot.
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EOS SYSTEM ACCESSORIES
Peripherals
Bags & Cases
Designed to help you get the most out of your EOS cameras, Canon offers a
number of different accessories, including cables, straps and more, for added
convenience and portability.
Canon offers a comprehensive line of accessories for the photographer on the go.
Canon’s camera cases are built specially to help protect EOS models, and
the bags can accommodate a number of different camera configurations.
These are all built to the highest standards, and are the perfect complement to the EOS System.
Interface & Video Cables
Bag
Includes Custom
Media Case 10DG
Interface Cable
IFC-200U*/ IFC-500U
Interface Cable
IFC-200D6 / IFC-200D4***/
IFC-200D44
Length
6.9 ft. (1.9m) / 15.4 ft. (4.7m)
6.6 ft. (2m)
Compatibility
EOS-1D X, 1Ds Mark III,
1D Mark III, 1D Mark IV, 5D Mark
III, 6D, 5D Mark II, 7D, 70D, 60D,
60Da, 50D, 40D, Rebel T5i, T4i,
SL1, T3i, T2i, T3, T1i, XSi, XS, EOS
M
D6: EOS-1Ds, 1D /
D4: 1Ds Mark II, 1Ds,1D Mark II N,
1D Mark II, 1D /
D44: 1Ds Mark II, 1D Mark II N,
1D Mark II, IEEE 1394 (FireWire®)
interface cables used to connect
the EOS to a MAC or Windows.
EOS-1D X††, All models of
EOS-1Ds and EOS-1D,
EOS D2000, EOS-1v, 1N, 1N RS,
EOS-1 and EOS-3
D6: 6-pin/6-pin, D4: 4-pin/6-pin, USB interface cables used to
D44: 4-pin/4-pin, Mark ll series
connect the EOS to a Mac or
cameras have 4-pin, FireWire
Windows.
connector.
Description
USB Interface Cable
IFC-400PCU****/
IFC-200PCU
Mini-HDMI Cable
HTC-100
AV Cable
AVC-DC400ST†
Stereo Video Cable
STV-250N
3.3 ft. (1m)
9.5 ft. (2.9m)
4.9 ft. (1.5m)
4.9 ft.(1.5m)
400 cable: EOS-1Ds, 1D Mark II,
1D Mark II N, 1D Mark II,
5D, 30D, 20D, 20Da, 10D,
Digital Rebel XTi, Rebel XT,
Digital Rebel 200 cable:
EOS-1Ds Mark II, 1D Mark II, 20D,
10D, Digital Rebel 200 cable:
EOS D60, D30
EOS-1D X, 1D Mark IV, 5D Mark III, EOS-1D X, 1D Mark IV,
EOS 5D Mark II
6D, 5D Mark II, 7D, 70D, 60D,
5D Mark III, 6D, 7D, 70D, 60D,
60Da, 50D, Rebel T5i, T4i, SL1,
60Da, Rebel T5i, T4i, SL1, T3i, T2i
T3i, T2i, T3, T1i, EOS M
Cable to connect the Camera’s
mini-HDMI OUT terminal to the
TV’s HDMI port.
Digital Gadget Bag 100DG
Storage
Capacity
1~ 2
2
~
3
1
Digital Gadget Bag 200DG
1~ 2
2
~
3
Professional Gadget Bag 1EG
2
7 ~ 10
Deluxe Gadget Bag 10EG
2
5 ~ 8
Compatibility
Inside: 13" x 9.5" x 6.25" (W x H x D)
Inside: 10.5" x 7.5" x 7" (W x H x D)
Inside: 14.2" x 8.7" x 8.3" (W x H x D)
Inside: 10.5" x 8.0" x 7.5" (W x H x D)
Description
To hold cameras, lenses, accessories and a laptop
computer. It features a durable, water-repellent
nylon extender, pockets and padded dividers. Also
Custom Media Case 10DG* to organize memory
cards and CDs is included.
This bag has a roomy main compartment for
camera body and extra lenses. Front and side
pockets hold extra batteries, storage media and
others. This functional bag features a non-slip
shoulder strap and water-resistant nylon covering
to keep your gear safe and sound.
Waterproof, urethane-coated material provides
this bag with superlative weather protection and
the weather flapped top cover. Fully padded
pockets and zippered pouches provide storage
spaces with fast access to equipment.
Made with rugged, waterproof material with all
the features of the Professional Gadget Bag 1EG.
Plus a built-in waist belt that tucks away behind
the rear pouch.
Gadget Bag 2400
Deluxe Back Pack 200EG
Custom Gadget Bag 100EG
Zoom Pack 1000
Enables direct image display from Cable to connect the
the EOS to an HD television or a
EOS 5D Mark II’s 3.5mm dia.
similar display device.
4-pole mini jack to the TV or other
appliance’s AV jack (video and
audio L/R).
* Comes standard with the EOS-1D X, 1Ds Mark III, 1D Mark IV, 1D Mark III, 5D Mark II, 7D, 60D, 60Da, 50D, 40D, Rebel T2i, T1i, XSi, XS ** Comes standard with the EOS-1Ds
*** Comes standard with the EOS-1D Mark II **** Comes standard with the EOS-1Ds Mark III, 1D Mark IV, 1D Mark III, 1Ds Mark II,1D Mark II N, 1D Mark II, 5D Mark II, 7D, 5D,50D,
40D, 30D, 20D, 10D and all Digital Rebel † Comes standard with the EOS 1D Mark IV, 7D, 60D, 60Da, Rebel T3i, T2i
Tripod & Monopod
Rain Cover
The rain cover can be used with any
EOS DSLR and select EOS film cameras
by replacing the eyecup. Comes in
small, medium and large to fit a wide
range of lenses.
Level Included
Deluxe Tripod 300
Quick Release
Photo Platform
Monopod 500
Length
62" extended/23" folded
64.5" extended/21.9" folded
Weight
2.65 lbs.
1.1 lbs.
Description
This lightweight tripod is designed for easy portability and maximum stability. It features a 3-way pan head for precise control. The 3-section tubular leg
construction allows for amazing stability. The tripod also features a built-in
water level and a quick release shoe.
A lightweight, high-quality monopod featuring a deluxe 4-section compact
tubular leg with quickside-lever leg locks and rubber tipped foot for added
stability. The Monopod 100 has a foam-covered handgrip, wrist strap and
also a ball socket head.
Storage
Capacity
1
1
~
2
1~2
3 ~ 4
1~2
3 ~ 4
1
1
Compatibility
Size: 9.5" x 7.0" x 6.0" (W x H x D)
Inside: 10" x 14.75" x 5" (W x H x D)
Inside: 9" x 7" x 5.5" (W x H x D)
Inside: 6.5" x 8.7" x 4.72" (W x H x D)
Description
A lightweight and versatile camera bag designed to
hold your important gear. Durable water-repellant
nylon shell and padded interior keep all equipment secure. Front and side pockets add storage
space and easy access for smaller items.
Perfect for the active photographer. Constructed
of rugged water-repellant nylon, well arranged
dividers and multiple pockets and pouches mean
there is plenty of room for just about anything.
The front zippered pouch features 3 accessory
pockets. The rear flat-pouch is perfect for storing
things such as plane tickets. There is also a zippered full-length mesh pouch inside the tip cover.
Specially designed to comfortably transport one
camera with a standard zoom lens. It features
waterproof material, a belt strap and front pouch
for small items such as films, memory cards or
accessories.
Case
Canon Straps
Wide Neck Strap
EW-EOS 5D Mark II
Wide Strap
EW-EOS 7D
Wide Strap
EW-EOS70D
Professional Neck Strap 1
Rugged, high quality neck strap designed for the most demanding
photographers. Features durable non-slip backing, quick-release clips and
anti-twist hardware to make carrying and shooting easy.
Semi-Hard Case
EH19-L
Wide Strap
EW-EOS 60D
Compatibility
Wide Strap
EW-100DB IV
Neck Strap
L4
Neck Strap
L3
EOS Rebel T4i, T3i, T3, T1i, XSi
Hand Strap
E2
* Also available separately. † For compatibility with specific lenses see your Canon Authorized Dealer or visit usa.canon.com/eos.
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GO WHEREVER THE STORY TAKES YOU
EOS C500
EOS C300
EOS C100
EOS-1D C
CINEMA EOS
CINEMA LENSES
Canon’s expanding lineup of dedicated Super 35mm Cinema Lenses is
engineered to meet the most demanding requirements of high-end
cinematography. Covering a wide range of popular cinema focal
lengths in a series of Zooms, Compact Zooms and Prime Lenses,
it’s one of the most complete lineups of lenses available to any
filmmaker. Whether you are involved in film production, TV
commercials, TV dramas, independent, video or film school
production, these are the lenses you need for all reasons.
CINEMA EOS SYSTEM
Designed from the ground up, the Canon Cinema EOS System was created to serve the
evolving needs of the cinematography world. Beginning with the revolutionary EOS C300
Digital Cinema Camera, the Cinema EOS System also includes the EOS C500 4K Digital
Cinema Camera, the EOS-1D C 4K DSLR Cinema Camera – which is the first hybrid
DSLR camera to record in full 4K, the versatile EOS C100 Digital Video Camera, and
a complete lineup of Cinema Lenses. Also compatible with the evolving lineup of
Canon EF Lenses and complemented by an extensive service, support and
education infrastructure, the Canon Cinema EOS System offers amazing
versatility to help storytellers express their creativity.
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EOS C500 on the set of the 4K short film “Man & Beast”
Canon Cinema Zoom and
Compact Zoom Lenses
Canon Cinema Zoom and Compact Zoom Lenses
use new optical glass materials, new optical
coatings and powerful new design techniques
to offer extraordinary 4K optical performance.
All four lens models are available in EF- or
PL-mount versions, and for added flexibility
the mount on all models can be switched at a
Canon service facility.
Zoom Lens Series – Canon Cinema Zoom Lenses
offer extraordinary optical performance that
exceeds 4K resolution. They combine fluorite
and aspherical lens elements, the latest in
advanced optical coatings and superior lens
designs for outstanding edge-to-edge image
quality. These lenses also feature minimal
lens distortions and exceed the resolving
power of the prime lenses at all zoom levels.
Surprisingly low-weight, the wide-angle
CN-E14.5–60mm T2.6 L S/SP and telephoto
CN-E30–300mm T2.95–3.7 L S/SP cover the
range of focal lengths most commonly used
in filmmaking.
Compact Zoom Lens Series – Canon Cinema
Compact Zoom Lenses offer 4K resolution in
form factors that enable more flexible, less
intrusive shooting. The CN-E15.5–47mm T2.8
L S/SP delivers a wide to medium range of
focal lengths, while the CN-E30–105mm T2.8
L S/SP covers wide to modest telephoto shots.
When the two lenses are used as a pair, they
cover a very broad zoom range. They also
feature a constant T-number (2.8) throughout
their zoom ranges as well as the latest
advancements in lens design for outstanding
image quality and minimal distortion. Both
zoom lenses are ideal for Steadicam™ and
hand-held shooting as well as for applications
beyond filmmaking.
Canon Cinema Prime Lenses
The flexible series of Canon Cinema Prime
Lenses offers spectacular 4K-image quality
and a full-frame image circle, in lightweight,
compact designs. This family of lenses features
high optical speed, produces exceptionally
sharp images and superb contrast, and
maintains tightly controlled focus breathing
and geometric distortion. Low T-numbers
enable better low-light shooting and enhanced
image expression with shallow depth-of-field
and beautiful bokeh of large image circles.
These EF-mount models offer consistent form
factors and markings that have been optimized
for motion picture production, and represent
the beginning of an evolving family of cinema
primes. Canon Cinema Prime Lenses are also
compatible – under manual operation – with
all Canon EOS DSLR models, including the fullframe EOS-1D X and EOS 5D Mark III, as well
as the EOS 7D and EOS 60D models that use
APS-C sized image sensors.
Cinema Lens Gearing and Control
Canon Cinema Lenses meet cinematographers’
highest expectations of control over focus, iris
and zoom. Wide rotation angles – especially on
focus controls – combine with large, highly
visible scales, high mechanical accuracy of
each control, and a carefully implemented
tactile resistance that augments operational
precision. A unique optical design that
significantly minimizes focus breathing
facilitates a new level of creative focus pulls.
The Cinema Zoom lenses’ associated three
gears are precisely matched in location and
diameter to facilitate convenient lens exchange
during a shoot. The same is true for the Cinema
Compact Zoom lens series, and for the series of
Cinema Prime lenses.
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CINEMA EOS
CINEMA EOS CAMERAS
The Cinema EOS System includes four cameras: the EOS C500 4K Digital Cinema Camera; the EOS-1D C 4K DSLR Cinema
Camera; the EOS C300 Digital Cinema Camera; and the EOS C100 Digital Video Camera. Each camera offers
superb image performance and outstanding operational features and benefits. They are innovative, digitally and
physically robust, and backed by Canon’s legendary high-quality craftsmanship. Indeed, these are the cinema
cameras that let you go wherever the story takes you.
Canon Large Format CMOS Sensors
Designed from the ground up to specifically
meet the cinema industry’s motion-imaging
needs, the EOS C500, EOS C300 and EOS C100
digital cameras feature Super 35mm CMOS
sensors that offer outstanding imageperformance. The EOS-1D C digital camera’s
unique 18.1 Megapixel Full-Frame CMOS
sensor provides excellent signal-to-noise
ratios and ISO sensitivity, allowing great detail
in deeply shadowed scenes while preserving
finer detail in more exposed areas of the frame.
A Digital Cinema Camera with Few Competitors
The Canon EOS C500 4K Digital Cinema Camera is the flagship of the Cinema EOS family, offering
many contemporary high-resolution motion-imaging choices. Direct readout from its Canon-developed
Super 35mm 4K CMOS image sensor eliminates the debayering process and allows for uncompressed
2K or HD 4:4:4 RGB, as well as 4K Half Raw, at up to 120P frame rates to be output to external
recorders via 3G-SDI serial interface. To accommodate 4K production, it can also image in either
the cinema-centric 4096 x 2160 format, or the television-centric 3840 x 2160 UHDTV format by
delivering uncompressed 4K RAW output to external recorders.
The Canon EOS-1D C 4K DSLR Cinema Camera is a singularly unique, self-contained motion-imaging
system. It utilizes a Canon-developed Full-Frame 18.1 Megapixel CMOS image sensor and offers
digital 4K at 24 fps motion imaging, two separate modes of 16:9 HD motion imaging, and full-frame
image grabs with resolution suitable for high-end digital stills – all captured in-camera to CF cards.
Motion-JPEG compression is used for 4K YUV 4:2:2 recording, and MPEG-4 AVCHD / H.264 codecs for
the two HD modes – each at high data rates – help ensure excellent image capture performance.
facilitates post-production processes that seek
to restore the image sensor’s linear light-transfer
characteristics; the resultant data files are ideal
for advanced post-production processes that
require excellent tonal and color reproduction.
Wide Dynamic Range with Low
Signal-to-noise
Canon Super 35mm CMOS Sensor for the
EOS C300 and EOS C100 – actual size shown
Canon DIGIC Image Processing
The First Ever Canon 4K DSLR Cinema Camera
Frame grab from the Sam Nicholson, A.S.C. film “XXIT,” shot in Canon Log mode
The EOS C500, EOS C300 and EOS C100 digital
cameras feature Canon’s specially developed
DIGIC DV III Image Processors for in-camera
component video processing. These processors’
highly sophisticated and proprietary architecture
support flexible control over a wide range of videoimage parameters that empower creative
choices on the set. Dual DIGIC 5+ Image
Processors within the EOS-1D C embody superb
video-data handling, which includes refined
algorithms to reduce noise at high ISO speeds.
Cinema EOS cameras offer outstanding low-light
sensitivity. Noise is kept remarkably under control,
possessing a subjective, pleasing, film-like texture
pattern devoid of the fixed-pattern noise that traditionally has been the nemesis of digital cameras.
Excellent signal-to-noise ratios help ensure that
all of the ISO settings offered by each camera are
eminently suitable for digital cinematography.
EOS C300 and EOS C300 PL – ISO and Dynamic
Range specifications (Canon Log, Progressive scan)
S/N Ratio
A Compact Digital Camera with HD Capabilities
The EOS C100 Digital Video Camera targets a broad range of lower-budget film and video productions
with a highly flexible, modular design that supports a variety of single-operator shooting styles. The
camera uses the same ultra-precision, Super 35mm imaging system found in both the EOS C500 and
EOS C300, thereby originating equally high image quality, sharpness and sensitivity. The industrystandard AVCHD file-compression codec records HD video at data rates up to 24 Mbps and integrates
easily into post-production workflows. Dual SD-format memory card slots enable Relay Recording for
continuous roll time and double-slot recording for enhanced security.
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ISO
30dB
5.3 Stops
ISO
20000
45dB
6.7 Stops
26dB
5.3 Stops
ISO
12800
50dB
6.7 Stops
20dB
5.3 Stops
ISO
6400
53dB
Canon Log
Base
54dB
Sensitivity
6.7 Stops
14dB
5.3 Stops
ISO
3200
6.7 Stops
8dB
5.3 Stops
ISO
1600
54dB
6.7 Stops
2.5dB
5.3 Stops
ISO
850
54dB
6.8 Stops
2dB
5.2 Stops
ISO
800
0dB
4.9 Stops
ISO
640
54dB
54dB
7.1 Stops
7.8 Stops
8.1 Stops
-4dB
-6dB
4.2 Stops
3.9 Stops
ISO
400
ISO
320
4K Acquisition
Canon Log Gamma
Canon Log Gamma lets Cinema EOS cameras
record the maximum dynamic range delivered by
their respective image sensors. The Log Gamma
Curve is implemented at a high bit depth and
then downconverted, recording the output data
using Canon’s 8-bit 4:2:2 XF Codec. The curve
OUTPUT
Incorporating Canon’s innovative Super 35mm imaging system, the EOS C300 Digital Cinema
Camera’s 50 Mbps 4:2:2 XF Codec not only holds up to the most rigorous color correction, but also
conforms to worldwide broadcast standards. A pair of CF card slots affords a choice between double
slot recording for enhanced security and Relay Recording for continuous roll time. Coupled with its
superb low-light performance and filmic grain structure, the EOS C300 offers intuitive ergonomics
that let it tuck into places that other cameras cannot.
18% GRAY
6.7 Stops
54dB
Canon’s First Entry Into the Digital Cinema Market
GAIN
41dB
Normal 1
Canon Log
INPUT
Helps ensure
tonal reproduction
for both highlight
and lowlight
regions during
post-production.
For both cinematic and HD-video productions,
the 4K mode of operation offers significantly
enhanced image quality. The EOS C500 offers a
choice of 4096 x 2160 format for motion picture
production or 3840 x 2160 format for television
production. The EOS-1D C also offers 4K acquisition – as in-camera recording of 4:2:2 YUV
video using a Motion-JPEG intra-frame codec.
It further offers alternative uncompressed high
definition video capture – with a choice of a
Super Crop 35mm mode (when using cine zoom
lenses), or a Full Wide HD (when using cine
prime lenses or standard EF lenses).
2K Acquisition
All four Cinema EOS cameras support highquality HD acquisition at all of the internationally
Frame grab after color grading
standardized frame rates. The EOS C500,
EOS C300, and EOS C100 cameras originate RGB
video components by direct parallel readout
from their Super 35mm CMOS image sensor –
thus avoiding any debayering processes. All
cameras record this HD signal in-camera while
also offering external, uncompressed 4:2:2 HD
via HD-SDI ports (for the EOS C500 and EOS
C300) or via HDMI (for the EOS C100). The EOS
C500 offers a choice between HD (1920x1080)
and 2K (2048x1080) RGB 4:4:4 at frame rates
up to 60P for external recording.
4K Workflow
4K workflow is normally determined by the chosen
external digital recorder’s data management
strategies. The unique, four-component Canon
RGB Bayer RAW and Half RAW signals (at half
the vertical resolution) carry the 4K-coded color
information via SMPTE-standardized 3G-SDI
recorder interfaces for ready ingest to data
servers and media management workstations.
Canon’s Cinema RAW Development (CRD)
software debayers 4K files and converts the
10-bit data to RGB DPX files for direct use in
post-production. Canon-supplied information on
Canon Log facilitates precise conversion to linear
DPX components at higher bit depths, if required.
The EOS-1D C’s use of the industry-standard
Motion-JPEG codec for 4K motion-image capture
supports high-quality post-production, with its
HDMI clean-HD output facilitating convenient
external recording of a proxy video to support
offline editing.
2K Workflow
The EOS C500 delivers a choice of uncompressed
2K or HD RGB 4:4:4 video (with Canon Log
applied) via a 3G-SDI serial output to a range of
digital recorders that use solid-state memory
packs. Some of these data recorders directly
capture the camera’s RGB 4:4:4 video, while
others compress prior to recording. Certain
recorders use a media management station to
transcode the recorded Canon files to other
industry file formats – such as DPX, ProRes and
Open EXR – for direct access by different grading
processes. The in-camera 50 Mbps MPEG
recording of a proxy video serves to support the
offline editing process.
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CINEMA EOS
Compact, Modular Design
PL- or EF-Mount
Each Cinema EOS camera has a modular,
ergonomic body design that packs a lot of
functionality into a remarkably small package.
Removable top handles with built-in microphones,
side-mount grips (not available on the
EOS C500), and adjustable LCD monitor panels
enable custom configurations, while highresolution electronic viewfinders provide widescreen aspect ratios. Multiple start/stop buttons enable easy triggering. A variety of focus
aids, waveforms, vectorscopes and an optional
wireless file transmitter round out these
professional camera packages.
To integrate easily into the working style and
equipment array of film crews and production
houses, the Cinema EOS System offers two
different camera mounts. The EOS C500 PL
and EOS C300 PL feature the industry-standard
PL mount and are compatible both with suitably
configured Canon Cinema Zoom PL-mount
lenses and the majority of third-party
PL-compatible zoom and prime lenses available
for 35mm motion picture cameras.
innovative graphite sheet conducts heat away
from the image sensor. Operation is quiet and
smooth, thereby ensuring that sound recording
and on-screen images are undisturbed.
Dust-proof, splash-proof design
Rich Audio Controls
Professional-grade, XLR-format connectors
are coupled with flexible recording controls
for a pair of linear PCM channels; automatic
and manual level settings accommodate
both microphone- and line-level inputs,
plus channel mixing and phantom power for
condenser models.
With monitor unit
and handle
With matte box, follow
focus and monitor unit
Third-party Accessory Compatibility
Canon has collaborated with a number
of third-party vendors to help ensure full
plug-and-play compatibility for Cinema EOS
cameras with a range of
accessories. The ability
to take advantage of
such enhanced
customization lets
cinematographers
and videographers
handle many different
shooting scenarios.
Vents at three
positions on
the sides
EOS C300 with EF mount
EOS C300 PL with PL mount
The EOS C500, EOS-1D C, EOS C300 and
EOS C100 digital cameras are available with a
Canon EF lens mount and are compatible with
Canon Cinema Zoom, Compact Zoom and Prime
EF-mount lenses, as well as the vast array of
Canon’s traditional EF lenses, including Super
Telephotos, and specialty Tilt-Shift, Macro and
Fisheye – over 60 lenses in all. Electronic
contacts built into EF-Mount cinema cameras
and lenses enable direct communication
between each device.
Rugged, Durable, Quiet
Designed to reliably withstand use in a range
of adverse environments, Cinema EOS cameras
feature robust, splash-resistant magnesiumalloy bodies with tight sealing for protection
against dust and moisture. An internal cooling
system with silent fans and vents keeps the
cameras cool even in hot conditions, and an
Wireless Capability
Cinema EOS cameras connect to the optional
Canon Wireless File Transmitter WFT-E6A Unit
that lets users remotely control systems from
up to 150 feet away over wireless networks
from a PC, smartphone, tablet or similar device.
You can start or stop
recording, adjust
white balance,
gain and other
parameters, and
even adjust the
focus and
aperture of
Canon EF lenses.
Camera Ergonomics with
Customizable Buttons
For added convenience, Cinema EOS cameras
feature detachable grips that rotate to bring
start/stop, iris control and multi-controller
buttons where you need them – at your
fingertips. Logical layout of all buttons and
dials makes operation simple. In addition
to full manual control of all parameters, a
number of customizable buttons distributed
over the camera body provide convenient
and intuitive access.
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Sync out
Genlock
HDMI
Timecode
In/Out
3G-SDI
4K/2K RAW
Output Ports
Custom Pictures
Cooling fans
With monitor unit
Two
Monitoring
Ports
HD/SD SDI
Sealed areas
Camera and
lens only
structures them as RGB DPX files (4K or 2K)
that are then sent to the color grading process.
The Canon Log setting baked in to all of the
RAW outputs supports the Digital Intermediate
post-production process, which is widespread
throughout the motion picture industry.
Terminals of the EOS C500
EOS C500 and EOS C300
Audio controller
EOS C100 Audio controller
Dual Card Slots and PreREC
The EOS C500, EOS-1D C and EOS C300 employ
reliable, easily accessible CF cards as recording
media, while the EOS C100 uses versatile,
readily available SD/SDHC/SDXC cards. Dual
slots enable simultaneous recording, thereby
creating an instant backup. Relay Recording
– or continuous recording – extends the time
available for shooting, as a second card takes
over automatically after the first becomes
full; you can also safely hot-swap one card
slot while the other is recording. By recording
a few seconds of material to internal memory
before the record button is pressed, a PreREC
function helps ensure that you do not miss
important moments.
An innovative Custom Pictures mode provides
access to many of the Cinema EOS cameras’
video-processing parameters, including
Gamma, Low Key Saturation, Knee, Sharpness,
Noise Reduction, Color Matrix, White Balance,
Color Correction and Setup Level. Custom
picture settings can be saved within the camera,
or to an SD media card for sharing between
multiple cameras.
Fast/Slow Recording
Slow- and Fast-Motion recording is available
from 1 fps to 120 fps for certain Cinema EOS
camera models; adjustments can be made in
one- or two-frame increments, allowing
precision similar to filmbased cameras.
Time-lapse functionality is also available
through interval recording, while stop-motion
can capture a predetermined set of frames per
trigger, with the camera automatically handling
the final conform.
Recording Formats and Post Production
EOS C500 – Intended for the very highest
performance 2K (for cinematography) or HD
(high end television production), the EOS C500
delivers uncompressed RAW, high-bit-depth
RGB component at high frame rates.
Additionally, it can also originate uncompressed
4K RAW files. In post-production these recorded
files require processing which, typically,
EOS C500 and EOS C300
Dual CF Card Slots
EOS C100 Dual SD Card Slots
A variety of industry-standard connectors
helps ensure that Cinema EOS cameras
interface directly with audio and video
recorders via 3G-SDI, HDMI and similar ports.
Also available are time code In/Out, sync out,
genlock and additional monitor connectors;
a Local Application Control Bus (LANC) is
also available on the EOS C500 for enhanced
remote functionality.
EOS C100 – The EOS C100 is an HD-only
acquisition system, specifically optimized for
one-person operation and intended to support
a broad range of productions. It uses the
widely popular 24 Mbps MPEG-4 AVCHD /
H.264 YUV 4:2:0 codec. Supplied Data Import
Utility software allows such files to be readily
imported to a computer workstation.
The EOS C100 also outputs an uncompressed
4:2:2 HD with embedded time code via an
HDMI connector, which can also be used for
external recordings brought separately to the
post-production process.
EOS-1D C – The EOS-1D C is the world’s first
full-frame, hybrid DSLR capable of in-camera
capture of 4K motion-imaging. The camera
also features two alternative modes of HD
motion-image capture. The Motion-JPEG codec,
readily accommodated by most production
houses, used for 4K recording operates at
500 Mbps, thereby ensuring intra-frame 4K
capture at a modest level of compression. HD
recordings using the MPEG-4 AVCHD / H.264
codec can be transcoded to other
industry-format files, if necessary.
Cinema EOS Recording Formats by Output Method
Camera
Terminals
EOS C300 – The EOS C300 is tailored to
exclusive HD origination; it is ideal for major
television production, documentaries, TV
commercials and modest-budget moviemaking.
The camera records HD YUV 4:2:2 component
video using the industry-standard MPEG-2
MXF 50 Mbps codec, which is recognized and
accepted by the majority of production systems
and broadcast organizations worldwide.
Canon MXF plug-ins are supplied for leading
NLE systems.
EOS C500
EOS C300
EOS C100
EOS-1D C
HDMI
HDMI
Output Port
3G-SDI
HD-SDI
HD-SDI
Format
4K/2K
RAW
4:2:2
2K or HD
10-bit
Uncompressed
4:2:2
1920 x 1080 HD
Memory Card
Format
CF Cards
50 Mbps
4:2:2 HD
1920 x 1080
Proxy Video
CF Cards
MPEG-2
50 Mbps
4:2:2 HD
Uncompressed
4:2:2
Clean HD
SDHC Cards
AVCHD
H.264
HD
YUV 4:2:0
Uncompressed
4:2:2
Clean HD
CF Cards
4K Motion JPEG
4:2:2
HD
MEPG-4 H.264
4:2:0
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POWERSHOT
The Perfect Complement to Your EOS System
With shared EOS technologies like Genuine Canon optics, Optical Image Stabilizer, DIGIC Image
Processor, and a familiar user interface, it’s easy to transition seamlessly between an EOS camera
and a PowerShot digital camera. They’re the perfect complement to each other.
The Pinnacle of PowerShot
1.5-inch CMOS Sensor
Intelligent IS
The 1.5-inch Canon CMOS sensor captures
stills and videos in amazing quality. Nearly the
size of an EOS APS-C size sensor, the bigger
sensor area enables each pixel to be larger
allowing more light to be captured, for
incredible low-light performance up to ISO
12800 with minimal noise and a wide dynamic
range even in shadow and highlight areas. An
added benefit of a fast f/2.8 lens offers better
control over depth-of-field for sharp images
with beautiful background blur.
The latest advance in Canon Optical
Image Stabilization technology,
Intelligent IS analyzes camera movement and
applies the best shake correction method for
the shooting situation. For still photos, the
system automatically select among Normal,
Panning, Macro (Hybrid IS) and Tripod IS modes.
When shooting video, the system automatically
selects among Dynamic, Powered, Macro and
Tripod IS modes. With Intelligent IS, you can
concentrate on image capture, letting the
camera make the most effective IS settings to
prevent blur.
5/4
Image Processors
The PowerShot G1 X will inspire those who have embraced the G-Series to
explore new realms of photographic expression, and give pros an excellent
camera that complements their creative demands. It’s 1.5-inch High-Sensitivity
CMOS sensor approaches an EOS DSLR’s APS-C sized sensor, with a light-sensitive area that’s
approximately 6.3 times larger than that of the previous G-Series camera sensors for stunningly
detailed images with beautiful background blur, lower noise—even in low light.
Bright Lenses
The PowerShot G1 X, G15 and S110 come
equipped with some of the most celebrated optics
offered by Canon. With maximum apertures,
fast lenses (f/2.8 on the G1 X, f/1.8 on the G15,
and f/2.0 on the S110), wide-angle zooms (28–
112mm on the G1X, 28–140mm on the G15, and
24–120mm on the S110) and the lens-based
Optical Image Stabilizer (OIS), images are
guaranteed to be sharp and crisp. Now, Canon
takes it even further with
Hybrid IS to work in unison
with OIS to greatly reduce pitch
and yaw during macro photography to produce impressive
results no matter the subject.
Explore Imaging Excellence
The legacy of the G-series shines brightly with the PowerShot G15 and its
bright f/1.8(W)–f/2.8(T) 5x Optical Zoom 28–140mm lens. A Wide-Angle
28mm lens captures scenes with a distinctive sweep and grandeur, while the
large aperture excels in low-light situations and produces shallow
depth-of-field for attractive background blur. The Canon HS SYSTEM is the powerful combination
of a 12.1 Megapixel CMOS sensor and the
5 Image Processor. You can now select multiple
aspect ratios when shooting in RAW mode, including 16:9, 3:2, 4:3, 1:1, and 4:5.
HS SYSTEM
The superb performance of the
PowerShot G1 X, G15 and S110 is
in no small part due to the
HS SYSTEM from Canon. The
combination of an advanced high-sensitivity
sensor and the brilliant
Image Processor,
along with bright lenses and the Canon
Optical Image Stabilizer, ensure enhanced
performance. It delivers lower noise images
even at higher ISO speeds and an increase in
dynamic range. With less blurring and superb
detail, image quality is dramatically improved
in numerous shooting situations.
Superb Performance with a Wireless Touch
The PowerShot S110 offers advanced photographers and enthusiasts complete manual
control and stunning image quality in a slim, compact body. The 12.1 Megapixel CMOS
sensor and
5 Image Processor produce beautiful prints. The 5x Optical Zoom and
Wide-Angle lens with bright f/2.0 aperture opens up new photographic vistas. The 3.0-inch
capacitive touch panel PureColor System LCD monitor and a control ring provide full manual
control of imaging functions. Built-in wireless technology allows easy sharing of images to
CANON iMAGE GATEWAY#, social networking sites, other wireless-enabled PowerShot cameras and iOS® or Android™
devices. The PowerShot S110 allows you to wirelessly print to a wireless PictBridge certified printer and can also add GPS+
data, recorded on your iOS® or Android™ smartphone++ with the Canon CameraWindow app*, to images in the camera.
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White
Black
Since their groundbreaking introduction
Image Processors have
in 1999, Canon
set the standard for performance and
brought powerful new features to PowerShot
digital cameras with each successive
4 Image Processor
generation. The
ushered in a new level of picture quality and
accelerated processing, making possible
features such as high-speed continuous
shooting, Full HD Video, and improved low-light
5 Image Processor, found in
capture. The
select PowerShot models, delivers higher quality
continuous rapid shooting, improved noise
reduction under low light and an advanced
Multi-area White Balance.
HD Video
The PowerShot G1 X, G15 and
S110 do more than take amazing
photos. They are also exceptionally versatile
image capture tools that can shoot stunning
1080p Full HD video. Enjoy your spectacular HD
footage with stereo sound on your HDTV, with
the convenient HDMI output connector.
Optical Image Stabilizer
Handheld shooting can often
lead to camera shake, making
photos and videos blurry.
Canon’s Optical Image Stabilizer is a sophisticated
system that shifts a lens group to correct
unwanted camera movement. It makes
handheld photography more practical in more
shooting situations. For photos, it enables
shooting at slower shutter speeds, accommodating more low-light shooting situations
than ever before without having to boost
ISO sensitivity. With camera shake reduced,
you get a sharper, steadier image.
Still
Macro
Dynamic
Panning
Powered
Tripod
Movie Macro
RAW Image Capture
The PowerShot G1 X, G15 and S110
offer RAW image recording in addition
to JPEG. Perfect for images that the photographer
wishes to work with in post-production, RAW
files are the equivalent of digital negatives, in
that only the image data is recorded. With RAW
image files, the photographer can alter aspects
like color balance, sharpness, saturation and
more, infinite times in post-production
practically without image degradation.
Enhanced Camera Operation
Features like the Vari-angle PureColor System LCDs as well as the
touch panel PureColor System LCD
and control ring bring a new level of
customization to the photographic
process. With a Vari-angle PureColor System
LCD, it’s simple to compose and shoot with the
camera in almost any position, while a capacitive touch panel, found on the PowerShot S110,
makes shooting more intuitive. Built-in wireless
technology, found on the PowerShot S110,
allows easy sharing of images to CANON iMAGE
GATEWAY#, social networking sites, other
wireless-enabled PowerShot cameras and iOS®
or Android™ devices. It also allows for wireless
printing to a wireless PictBridge certified printer
and can also add GPS+ data, recorded on your
iOS® or Android™ smartphone++ with the Canon
CameraWindow app*, to images in camera.
*This software enables you to upload images to social network services. Before uploading images, please be aware that image files may contain privacy related information such as
people and places. If necessary, please delete such information. Canon does not obtain, collect or use such images or any information included in such images through this software.
#One-time registration is required on CANON iMAGE GATEWAY online photo album.
+In certain countries and regions, the use of GPS may be restricted. Therefore, be sure to use GPS in accordance with the laws and regulations of your country or region. Be particularly
careful when traveling outside your home country. As a signal is received from GPS satellites, take sufficient measures when using in locations where the use of electronics is regulated.
Cellular data charges may apply.
++Compatible with iOS® version 5.1/6.0/6.1 or later and Android™ devices version 2.3/4.0/4.1 or later. Data charges may apply.
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PHOTO PRINTERS
imagePROGRAF Printer Technology
Photographers seeking to produce their own
gallery-grade inkjet prints have had limited
choices until now. Understanding the demands
of professional photographers — especially those
who shoot with the EOS System — Canon has
responded with the imagePROGRAF series
Photo Printers. The imagePROGRAF printers
feature impressive new technologies that
bring superb quality and performance to large
format photo printing. It’s never been simpler or
more cost-effective to produce gallery-grade
prints at home or in the studio.
Incomparable 12-Color
LUCIA EX Ink Set
PHOTO PRINTER TECHNOLOGY
©Parish Kohanim
Built upon a foundation of leading-edge technologies, the EOS System puts photographers in touch with their mind’s eye,
enabling them to capture images of beauty and clarity that had once existed only in their imaginations. Canon’s commitment
to photographic excellence, however, does not end with image capture. Combining Canon’s superb expertise in photography,
photocopying and printing technologies, Canon imagePROGRAF and
PIXMA photo printers are redefining output quality, performance
and convenience. They are the perfect
complement to your EOS System with
results that are nothing short of stunning!
imagePROGRAF iPF6450
PIXMA PRO-100
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PIXMA PRO-1
With increasing consumer
demand for professional and
high quality print output, high-end graphic and
photographic studios continue to seek the
capability to accurately produce vivid output of
their most demanding projects. The 12-Color
LUCIA EX pigment ink set from Canon, incorporated into the 60-inch iPF9400, 44-inch
iPF8400, 24-inch iPF6450/6400 printers,
increases the achievable color gamut by
approximately 20 percent when compared to
our previous LUCIA ink. The LUCIA EX ink set
provides photographers with the ability to
precisely achieve their desired results by
producing more expressive and crisp blacks,
smooth color gradations,
and the capability to faithfully reproduce the finest
details in the shadowed
areas of photographs.
Even very delicate
shading is reproduced
smoothly to give images
Canon RC Photogloss L=50
exquisite depth.
The pigment inks are also designed with an
innovative polymer structure that results in
greater scratch resistance and protection from
color fading, while also reducing bronzing and
metamerism, ensuring durable, stable output.
Additionally, LUCIA EX pigment inks exhibit
excellent short-term color drift (“dry-down”)
behavior, which is critically important for
color-managed workflows and in proofing
applications. The LUCIA EX inks are also
resistant to damage from atmospheric ozone,
a particular concern in urban environments
in situations where prints might be displayed
unframed and exposed to ambient indoor air.
LUCIA EX 12-Color Ink Set
Automatic Color Stability
Control System
All imagePROGRAF Graphic Arts Printers offer a
sophisticated, automatic color stability control
system for simple, predictable color. With a
high-performance multi-sensor installed in the
printer, calibration is done easily and quickly
(approximately 10 minutes) with a simple setup
from the printer’s operation panel. When
calibrated, photographers will find amazing
consistency among all calibrated printers they
might use. Canon’s imagePROGRAF color
calibration will help ensure that the colors
photographers saw when they captured
their images, and on their calibrated
computer screens will be preserved in print.­
be replaced with minimal downtime and
without service calls, saving time and money
and increasing productivity.
16-Bit Printing Support
While conventional inkjet printers support 8
bits per channel and require a conversion from
16 bits somewhere during t­he workflow, the
imagePROGRAF printers provide advanced support for high-bit depth files. Software plug-ins
enable high-bit depth images to be printed
directly from Digital Photo Professional. Also
included is an export module for printing 16-bit
files directly from Adobe® Photoshop® . These
Photolithographic User-Replaceable
Print Heads
Canon’s FINE (Full-photolithography Inkjet
Nozzle Engineering) print heads help ensure
accurate and detailed ink delivery, no matter
the medium being used for printing. This
advanced head design uses two print heads
— each with 15,360 nozzles — yielding over
30,000 nozzles, which release microscopic
ink droplets quickly and precisely. This not
only makes
extremely high
output resolution
simple, but also
provides for faster,
Multi-nozzle Dual Print Heads
more reliable
printing. Photographers no longer need to compromise on print
speed to attain high image quality because
Canon’s superb print head technologies
deliver both. The large number of nozzles also
substantially increases print head life, so the
printer requires less frequent maintenance.
The print heads are user replaceable, and can
features provide the photographer with the
first true wide-dynamic-range workflow option
from capture to output. Images are reproduced with smoother tonal gradations for
greater photorealism. Dynamic-range-related
problems, such as posterizati­­­­­on and banding,
are significantly reduced.
Exclusive Canon L-COA Image Processor
High Performance
& Integration
Integrated System
& Engine Control
High Speed
Engine Control
High Fine
Image Process
High Accuracy & High Speed Control
of High Density Head
Integrated System
& Engine Control
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PHOTO PRINTERS
PIXMA Printer Technology
Canon’s PIXMA photo printers
bring life to images taken with
EOS cameras. With the PIXMA
PRO-1 Professional Inkjet
Printer, Canon has entered the
realm of fine art printing while
remaining true to the Canon quality and speed
photographers everywhere know and trust.
12-color LUCIA Pigment-based Ink
System
©Lewis Kemper
Automated Black Ink Cartridge
Switching
The ink set includes both black and matte black
cartridges to allow printing on glossy photo
paper and matte paper respectively without
switching cartridges and needlessly wasting
ink. Other printers require the user to perform
an inconvenient and wasteful manual operation
to flush unused ink and switch cartridges.
However, with the Canon imagePROGRAF
Printers, both black ink cartridges are loaded
and live at all times, so switching between
media types is performed efficiently with a
simple push of a button.
Optional SU-21 Spectrophotometer
for iPF6450 Printer
The optional SU-21 Spectrophotometer for the
iPF6450 printer can be used for color calibration
of different types of media; color checking of
discrepancies in individual Lab value
measurements; and the color measurement of
charts used to create profiles. Used in conjunction
with commercial profile creation software, the
SU-21 spectrophotometer unit can also create
printer driver ICC profiles. The Canon system
incorporates a Color Calibration Management
Console for a centralized management of color
stability among multiple printers.
Vast Output Media Selection
The imagePROGRAF Printers support a wide
range of paper and specialty output media,
such as resin-coated photo paper, canvas and
fine art paper.
The PIXMA PRO-1 Printer has
12 color ink set consisting of
six color inks: Cyan, Magenta,
Yellow, Photo Cyan, Photo Magenta and red; Five
monochrome inks: Photo Black, Matte Black,
Dark Gray, Gray and Light Gray plus a Chroma
Optimizer. The LUCIA pigment ink system not
only produces exceptionally beautiful prints, it
offers incredible stability and longevity* – an
estimated 200 years album life, lightfastness of
approximately 60 years when printing on Canon
Photo Paper Pro Platinum, and approximately 70
years when printing on Canon Photo Paper Plus
Semi-Gloss (Testing done by Wihlem Imaging
Research. Prints Frame Under Glass (with 5mm
gap). Plus, with 12 individual ink tanks, users
can replace a single tank, reduce waste and
save money.
Chroma Optimizer
Roll Paper
Automatic Head Clog Detection
Canon’s sophisticated nozzle clog detection
system automatically senses non-firing
nozzles and executes a print head cleaning
cycle as required. Should a clogged nozzle fail
to recover after cleaning, the system
automatically compensates by substituting
other functioning nozzles. This minimizes
print-head-related output failures, reduces
paper waste and improves print head
reliability, saving photographers both time
and money.
Advanced Connectivity
The imagePROGRAF printers are equipped
with USB 2.0 Hi-Speed and Ethernet interfaces. The printers also feature excellent
multi-platform support, helping to enable
seamless integration with a wide variety of
hardware and workflow configurations.
The Canon Chroma Optimizer, found on
the PIXMA PRO-1 Printer, enhances the LUCIA
pigment inks with a uniform standard of
glossiness and tonal continuity on the print.
A clear coat “ink” that is applied over the
printed image, Chroma Optimizer fills in surface
irregularities and reduces the difference in
height among ink droplets. The improved
surface reflection produces a more uniform
glossiness, enhanced black density and
expanded color gamut. The Chroma Optimizer
also reduces bronzing and delivers more
balanced color.
Five Monochrome Inks
For black and white prints of uncompromising
quality, The PIXMA PRO-1 Printer uses five
monochrome inks–black, Photo Black, and three
different shades of gray to help ensure smooth
gradations and natural tones. These include light
gray ink, which helps to suppress graininess,
especially in highlight areas where graininess is
often most noticeable; gray, for gray balance
adjustment and reduced graininess in mid tones;
dark gray for smoother gradations; photo black
for enhanced contrast; and matte black for
enhanced density (especially on Fine Art
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Papers). Chroma Optimizer enhances the
PIXMA PRO-1 Printer’s monochrome inks by
reducing surface reflection on prints, showcasing detail and richness in darker areas of the
composition.
Large-volume ink tanks
For higher levels of productivity and less ink
tank replacement, the PIXMA PRO-1 Printer
features ink tanks with 2.5x the capacity of
those used by the PIXMA Pro9500 Mark II
Printer†. A separate print head, plus sub-tank
and tubular ink supply systems have been
updated to work together seamlessly with
incredible printing efficiency. By moving the
ink tanks off of the print head the printer is able
to operate much faster and more efficiently.
FINE Technology Print
Head with 12,288 Nozzles
The PIXMA PRO-1 Printer’s
amazing FINE (Full-photolithography Inkjet Nozzle Engineering) print head
delivers professional quality prints with
fine detail and a high resolution of 4800 x
2400 dpi max. Thanks to the FINE print head’s
microscopic ink nozzles, 1024 per color, 12,288
nozzles in total, ink droplets can be placed
with a pitch of 1/4800 inch at minimum,
resulting in detailed, precise, smooth and
glossy prints with exceptional longevity‡.
Three Color Modes Including New
Photo Color Mode
The PIXMA PRO-1 Printer has three distinct
color printing modes, has a default color
mode tailored to professional photographer’s
requirements. Linear Tone mode, the printer’s
default mode, accurately reflects the image
while adjusting for optimal gradation. ICC
Profile mode prints faithfully to the photographer’s
previously chosen image characteristics,
whether Adobe RGB (1998) or the Picture Style
setting as recorded in the camera. Photo Color
mode, the default mode on previous printers,
places emphasis on a punchy, optimized look
by emphasizing blues and greens. While not as
“realistic” as other print modes, Photo Color
mode delivers prints often in line with perceived
color as remembered by the viewer.
OIG System
The Optimum Image Generating (OIG) system
improves the PIXMA PRO-1 Printer’s prints by
determining the optimal mix of inks and
placement of ink droplets. It analyzes colors in
the image and calculates the most desirable
results for the chosen print mode and media,
taking into account color reproduction, tonal
gradations, density of blacks, graininess and
glossiness of the print. Superior results are
obtained due to the precise placement of ink
droplets, combined with the printer’s
phenomenal range of inks and the Chroma
Optimizer.
Easy-PhotoPrint Pro Software
Few inkjet printers can take advantage of the
improved resolution in today’s digital cameras.
The PIXMA PRO-1 Printer can make full use of
1200ppi image data for improved reproduction
of fine lines and smoother, less jagged edges.
When images are processed at 1200ppi through
compatible software like Adobe® Photoshop®
or Easy PhotoPrint Pro then printed through
the PIXMA PRO-1 Printer, the difference in fine
detail is nothing short of remarkable.
Canon’s Easy-PhotoPrint Pro (EPP Pro)
software plug-in for Digital Photo
Professional, Adobe ® Photoshop ® and
Adobe ® Photoshop ® Elements ® provide an
intuitive photo printing experience. EPP Pro
has layout options such as pattern prints,
contact prints and prints with shooting
information. It also allows for color
adjustments, including ICC Profile-based
color management, Linear Tone, Photo
Color, monotone printing and grayscale
printing, and all settings can be saved.
PIXMA PRO printers also incorporate the
Ambient Light Correction functionality that
helps ensure consistent color regardless of
the different lighting conditions in which a
printed image is viewed.
Color Conversion Algorithm
PictBridge
Support for 1200ppi Input
This determines the optimum balance of ink
mixing for each print mode and media by
carefully calculating the best results using
various factors of the image such as color
reproduction, graininess, uniform glossiness,
reduced metamerism and anti-bronzing effect.
Shoot digital, print
direct. It’s a fast and easy way to print
pictures on the spot without a computer. Just
connect any PictBridge-compatible printer
to a digital camera and print.
Real-time Ink Ejection Control
By controlling the volume of ink ejected at all
times, the PIXMA PRO-1 Printer stabilizes
the printing color and maintains ink density
regardless of temperature fluctuations.
PIXMA PRO-1
EOS DSLR Cameras
(with Direct Print)
USB Cable
EOS-1D X
EOS-1Ds Mark III
EOS-1D Mark IV
EOS 5D Mark III
EOS 6D
EOS 5D Mark II
PictBridge
Compatible
Printers
Interface Cable
IFC-300PCU/IFC-400PCU (EOS 5D, Digital Rebel XTi/XT),
IFC-500U/IFC200U (EOS-1D X, EOS-1D Mark IV, 5D Mark III, 5D Mark II, 7D, 60D,
50D, 40D, Rebel T2i/ T1i/ XSi/ XS)
(with Direct Print)
Computers
PC Card Adapter
Inkjet
Photo Printer
PC Compatible
Computer
EOS 7D
EOS 70D
EOS 60D/60Da
EOS 50D
EOS 40D
EOS Rebel T5i
EOS Rebel T4i
EOS Rebel SL1
EOS Rebel T3i
EOS Rebel T2i
CF/SD Card Reader
CF/SD Cards
USB Cable
USB Cable
Compact
Photo Printer
Scanner
35mm Slide 35mm Film
EOS Rebel T3
Macintosh
Computer
Medium format negatives or
transparencies up to 4"x 5"
CanoScan
EOS Rebel XS
EOS M
The PRO-1 ships with a full set of cartridges. When installing the ink tanks in the PRO-1 for the first time, part of the ink from the first set of cartridges is used for priming the printer.
The number of sheets that can be printed with the first tank is less than succeeding cartridges.
‡Based on accelerated dark storage testing by Canon under controlled lighting, temperature and humidity conditions. Canon cannot guarantee the
longevity of the prints; results may vary depending on printed image, display/storage conditions and environmental factors.
†
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POWERSHOT
PHOTO
PRINTERS
Photo Printing Redefined
Canon imagePROGRAF and PIXMA PRO printers deliver professional and lab-quality prints of images
taken by EOS DSLR cameras with convenience and speed. With the latest ink sets and technology
that improve the quality of color and black-and-white prints, Canon’s latest imagePROGRAF and
PIXMA PRO photo printers have redefined professional photo output.
Professional Photo Inkjet Printer
Wireless2 Versatility, Professional Quality.
©Darrel Gulin
/
Capable of quickly printing lab-quality prints up to 13" x 19", the Canon PIXMA PRO-100 wireless
printer offers the perfect combination of speed and versatility. Its FINE print head generates a
maximum resolution of 4800 x 2400 dpi and ChromaLife 100+ dye based inks create long lasting 1,
beautiful photos. Three monochrome inks help deliver smooth gradations and stunning black
and white prints, and the OIG System is designed to select the best combination of inks to
reproduce colors as you expect to see them.
/
LUCIA EX 12-Color Pigment Ink Set for
Professional Color Reproduction.
©Bruce Dorn
The Canon imagePROGRAF iPF9400/iPF8400/iPF6400/iPF6450 large format printers designed
for professional image-makers seeking the highest standards for quality-control and image
reproduction. With 30,720 nozzles for exacting detail, a vast color spectrum is produced by the
12-color LUCIA EX pigment ink set, creating expressive, crisp blacks, smooth color gradations
and the capability to reproduce the finest details in the shadow areas of photographs.
Superb Color Reproduction with
Canon’s LUCIA 12-Color Pigment Ink Set.
©Adam Jones
With Canon’s imagePROGRAF iPF5100, no-compromise large-format, fine art printing is incredibly
easy. Canon’s exclusive LUCIA 12-color pigment ink set yields a tremendous range of colors
and grays. For smooth, detailed color and black and white images, no matter the media. Canon’s
FINE photo-lithographic heads help to ensure accurate plotting of even the fine details thanks
to over 30,000 nozzles. Matte Black ink and Black ink cartridges are both loaded in the printer
at the same time, enabling automatic switching without wasting time or ink.
Photo All-in-One Inkjet Printer
Wireless Printing with Features that Inspire.
2
Exceptional quality, versatility and ease-of-use, combined with high-speed is what makes the
PIXMA MG6320 Wireless Photo All-In-One the printer to have. The printer features incredible
9600 x 2400 maximum color dpi3 resolution and gray ink for impressive black & white photos.
The beautiful 3.5" Touch Screen LCD and Intelligent Touch System controls allow you to
effortlessly operate your machine with gorgeous touch-sensitive buttons that only illuminate
when you need them. Also enjoy built-in wireless capabilities that let you print and scan
wirelessly from almost anywhere around the house. Beyond the house you can use Google
Cloud Print4 to send pictures and documents to be printed from just about anywhere.
Mobile Inkjet Printer
High Quality and Portable.
Up to 9600 x 2400 color dpi3 resolution with microscopic droplets as small as 1 picoliter,
print a 4" x 6" photo in approximately 50 seconds5, and your photo can be enhanced with Auto
Image Fix. The PIXMA iP100 Mobile Printer is also capable of printing wirelessly via IrDA6 or
optional Bluetooth7.
Professional Photo Inkjet Printer
Fine Art on the Desktop.
The PIXMA PRO-1 Professional Inkjet Printer delivers amazing results for archival quality
fine art printing, right at your desk. Complete with an up to 4800 x 2400 dpi resolution
from its FINE technology print head and 12 large individual tanks using LUCIA pigment
inks, the PIXMA PRO-1 Printer produces long-lasting 1 prints quickly and easily. It features
5 monochrome inks for phenomenal black and white prints, a Chroma Optimizer to help
produce prints of great tonal range and surface, and can print up to 13" x 19" fast.
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1 Based on accelerated testing by Canon in dark storage under controlled temperature, humidity and gas conditions, simulating storage in an album with plastic sleeves. Canon cannot guarantee the longevity of prints;
results may vary depending on printed image, drying time, display/storage conditions and environmental factors. See www.usa.canon.com/chromalife100plus for additional details.
2 Wireless printing requires a working network with wireless 802.11b/g or n capability. Wireless performance may vary based on terrain and distance between the printer and wireless network clients.
3 Resolution may vary based on printer driver setting. Color ink droplets can be placed with a horizontal pitch of 1/4800 inch or 1/9600 inch at minimum, depending on printer model.
4 Requires an Internet connection and Google account. Subject to Google Terms of Service.
5 Photo print speeds are based on the standard mode driver setting using photo test pattern(s) and select Canon Photo Paper and will vary depending on system configuration, interface, software, document complexity,
print mode, types of paper used and page coverage. Copy speeds will vary depending on system configuration, interface, software, document complexity, print mode, types of paper used and page coverage.
See www.usa.canon.com/printspeed for additional details.
6 Requires mobile phone or other device with IrDA port and the phone positioned no more than 7.9 inches from the printer.
7 Bluetooth v2.0 with optional Canon Bluetooth Unit BU-30. Bluetooth operation depends on the devices and software version used. Operating distance is approximately 10 meters but may vary due to obstacles, radio
signals, locations where radio interference occurs, magnetic fields from microwave ovens, device sensitivity and/or antenna performance.
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PROJECTORS
Digital Photo and Video Projection
Canon high-resolution REALiS projectors use LCOS technology to display all the detail and
texture captured by your digital camera – projecting sharp, seamless images with film-like quality.
Equipped with advanced color management settings, REALiS projectors have everything needed to
display photos and videos with exceptional color and accuracy, all in a compact unit.
RS-IL01ST
Standard Zoom Lens
RS-IL02LZ
Long Focus Zoom Lens
RS-IL03WF
RS-IL04
Ultra Wide Angle Lens Ultra Long Focus Zoom Lens
Canon REALiS Technology
Goes to Work for Professionals
Technology Designed to Meet
Professional Demands
Canon has created the REALiS line of multimedia
projectors to meet the exacting demands of
professionals in fields ranging from medical
education to the fine arts. Used everywhere
from corporate boards and conference rooms
to classrooms, photo galleries, and houses of
worship, from the largest venues to the most
intimate spaces, REALiS projectors have the
technology professionals need built right in.
Incorporating LCOS (Liquid Crystal on Silicon)
technology, genuine Canon optics and Canon’s
high-accuracy color management system into
our patented AISYS (Aspectual Illumination
System) Optical Engine, Canon REALiS projec-
tors are able to reproduce even the subtlest
hues and color gradations. High resolution,
bright illumination and quiet performance
deliver compelling presentations that get
the job done. For professional performance,
true- to-life color reproduction and unmatched
clarity, there is no substitute for REALiS.
panels, high definition video leaps off the
screen with impressive quality and integrity.
The advantages of LCOS are easy to see for
presenter and audience alike: images and
video with rich color, deep contrast and
sharp resolution.
The LCOS Advantage
Canon’s proprietary AISYS
Optical Engine enhances
image quality by maximizing
the performance of the LCOS
panels and equalizing light from the
projection lamp. This results in notable
brightness, high contrast and exceptional
color reproduction. Designed for optimal
performance at a minimal size, the AISYS
Optical Engine allows for compact, lightweight, cost-effective projectors. Canon has
continued to improve the optical elements
LCOS (Liquid Crystal On Silicon) Technology
delivers the highest standard in projector
image quality. Lattice-free, seamless photo
reproduction and smooth, film-like quality
video are projected with realistic colors and
intricate detail down to the smallest text.
Thanks to the fast response time of LCOS
Comparing Technologies
LCOS Projector (Three-Panel)
LCD Projector (Three-Panel)
Screen
DLP Projector (Single-Chip)
Screen
Screen
The AISYS Optical Engine
Exceptional Picture Quality, Installation
Flexibility, and Affordability
The REALiS WUX5000, WUX4000, WX6000 and SX6000 are high-performance
projectors featuring Canon’s AISYS-enhanced LCOS technology and
Genuine Canon lenses to deliver rich, seamless images with exceptional
color reproduction. They offer superb resolution of up to WUXGA (1920 x 1200)
resolution, an impressive degree of brightness – from the 4000 lumens
of the REALiS WUX4000 to the spectacular 6000 lumens of the
REALiS SX6000 – to interchangeable lenses, powered vertical/horizontal
lens shift, and a full set of input/output terminals.
The REALiS WUX450 and REALiS WX520 Pro AV Compact Installation LCOS
Projectors combine the exceptional picture quality of large installation
projectors with the plug-and-play convenience of portables. Each weighing
13 lbs., the REALiS WUX450 delivers WUXGA (1920 x 1200) resolution
at 4500 lumens while the REALiS WX520 delivers WXGA+ (1440 x 900)
resolution at 5200 lumens. Offering placement flexibility, both units
are equipped with a constant fixed f/2.8 aperture lens with virtually no
light loss through its entire 1.8x zoom range. Additional features include
outstanding power efficiency, built-in edge blending, four-point keystone
correction, and Network Multi Projection function.
Short Throw Projector with
Wide Range Lens Shift
3LED Portable Projector with Excellent
Color Reproduction
The REALiS WUX400ST and REALiS WX450ST Pro AV Short Throw Compact
Installation LCOS Projectors are designed for easy installation and
flexibility. Each under 14 lbs., the REALiS WUX400ST delivers WUXGA
(1920 x 1200) resolution at 4000 lumens and a throw ratio of 0.56:1 while
the REALiS WX450ST delivers WXGA+ (1440 x 900) resolution at 4500
lumens and a throw ratio of 0.57:1. In addition to high-level brightness,
superior image quality, and resilient short throw capabilities, these
projectors offer a 0–75% vertical lens shift and ±10% horizontal lens shift.
These elements can eliminate complicated setups, reduce the amount of
space required for installations, and provide cost savings.
Designed for the mobile device market, the compact and lightweight Canon
LE-5W Multimedia Projector is an ideal traveling companion for those who
need to quickly and vividly share presentations or visual information.
Weighing just 3.5 lbs. and featuring 500 lumens of brightness with a
1280 x 800 (WXGA) resolution and superb color fidelity, the LE-5W has
a throw ratio (1.2:1) that achieves large-screen projections even in tight
spaces. With built-in 2.5-watt stereo speakers, the LE-5W is also perfect
for home movies, video games, and still or streamed images via its wide
range of connectivity. The LE-5W provides “PC-free” presentations directly
from a USB thumb drive, SD card, or its own built-in 1.5GB memory.
Projection lens
Projection lens
LCOS ( G )
Prism
Mirror
Mirror
PBS
Color separation/
recombination
panel
B
LCOS ( B )
Projection lens
LCD panel
R
G
Lens
Dichroic mirror
Mirror
LCOS ( R )
Dichroic mirror
Lamp
Lamp
LCOS
LCD
Reflective mirror
LCD
DMD (digital
micromirror device)
Lamp
Color wheel
DLP
LCD
micromirror
LCD drive circuit
LCD drive circuit
Light from the projector lamp is separated
into red, green and blue, and then reflected
from each of the three LCOS panels. The
separated light is then recombined by the
polarized beam splitter. Since the light is
reflecting from the LCOS panels, there is
virtually no “screen door” effect.
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High Resolution and Exceptional Detail
for Large Venues
Light from the projector lamp is separated
into red, green and blue, then passed through
each of the three LCD panels. The seperated
light is then recombined by a prism. The light
passes through the LCD panels as small dots,
which tend to create a lattice-like pattern on
the screen.
A constantly rotating color wheel reflects red,
green, blue, and white image components
off a micro-mirror device to produce the
projected image. The three primary colors are
sequentially displayed and synthesized in the
viewer’s brain to produce images perceived
as full color.
incorporated into the AISYS optical engine.
The uniformity of light has been enhanced to
further optimize image quality, and the
Polarizing Beam Splitters (PBS) (integral parts
of the color separation and recombination
system) have been redesigned to achieve
more precise light control. REALiS projectors
set an entirely new standard in bright, beautiful,
high-definition, high-contrast images.
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EDUCATION
POWERSHOT
& INSPIRATION
Canon Digital Learning Center
Canon Live Learning
Canon’s collaborative effort with professional imagemakers, the Canon Digital Learning Center
(CDLC) is an on-line educational resource designed to help users evolve and advance their skills.
From information on a variety of Canon imaging equipment to tips on composition, lighting, video
and printing techniques, the CDLC informs and inspires at every step to help give your projects a
sleek, professional-looking polish. Simply visit learn.usa.canon.com and get started today!
Canon Live Learning (CLL) presents exclusive on-site educational experiences offered around the
country delivering dynamic learning opportunities for enthusiasts and professionals through workshops and high quality hands-on classes. Led by industry experts and professional photographers,
including Canon’s Explorers of Light, you will gain both technical and creative expertise through
these exciting programs.
For current course
offerings and behind
the scenes videos of our
workshops, visit:
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Events Calendar
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Video Knowledge Base
Expand Your Knowledge
The CDLC is free and open to the public, easily
accessible anytime, anywhere via the Internet,
using a personal computer or a mobile device.
For the pros and by the pros, yet a valuable
resource for all skill levels, the CDLC covers
topics of interest to advanced amateurs and
professional users of Canon imaging products.
Continuously updated, the CDLC contains an
ever-growing collection of practical information
with time-saving
navigation and
search tools that
help you find what
you need quickly
and easily.
Speedlite Tutorials Gallery
Expand your
product and software knowledge and gain
proficiency through tutorials written by
experts. Watch How-To videos on a wide variety
of imaging topics, including equipment and
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some of the world’s most eye-catching and
history-making still and motion images.
Read in-depth articles on how to make
the most of your equipment. Download
QuickGuides that you can print and take with
you for study and reference. Go behind the
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and learn by watching the nation’s greatest
imagemakers practice their crafts. Gain
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For those who want to go beyond online
learning, the CDLC also hosts a Sponsored
Events Calendar. Users can browse through
a comprehensive selection of workshops,
seminars, lectures and trade shows throughout
the country. All combined, the CDLC is an
extraordinary resource for pure inspiration and
technical mastery of your Canon professional
imaging products.
Camera Tutorials Gallery, and Sample
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For Professionals
For Enthusiasts
For professionals, CLL offers high-level
instruction based on achieving results. Canon
provides professional imagemakers with the
educational resources needed to stay in touch
with industry demands across the country,
including the new Canon Hollywood
Professional Technology & Support Center.
With instruction from industry pros, discover
new creative and technical opportunities made
possible by EOS HD-capable DSLRs. Our handson intensive workshops are designed for video
and film professionals who want to master the
cinematographic capabilities of the EOS HD
DSLR, as well as still photographers looking
to expand their professional offerings to the
moving image. New professional offerings are
always in development for our range of still,
print and moving imagemakers.
Canon brings enthusiasts to a new level of
experience with single-day and weekend
immersion events to optimize creativity.
Canon’s inspirational Explorers of Light and
other industry professionals lead workshops
and seminars, teaching enthusiasts the keys
to maximizing their personal vision through
field proven techniques and creative insights.
Overviews on HD Video and Canon Speedlites
lay the groundwork for a broad range of
technical and creative skills aligned to your
personal style.
For the adventuresome enthusiast, Canon
combines some of the most beautiful and
exciting locations in the USA with our elite
Explorers of Light instructors for the EOS
Destination Workshops. These intimate twoday workshops take the CLL experience into the
field. Past workshop locations have included
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Canon Live Learning: Workshops and Classes page
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World Class Service and Support For Professionals.
State-of-the-art, high-quality, easy to use – these describe Canon’s service and
support programs just as accurately as they do Canon’s products. Whether you’re
Nationwide
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technical support at our 100% U.S.-based call center, factory-trained service
technicians, genuine Canon parts, a nationwide service network including the Canon
Hollywood Professional Technology & Support Center, loaner equipment…and much more.
Canon’s team of service and support professionals is here to assist you to get the most out of your Canon
products and to support you whenever you need it. You are never on your own.
Focused on Professionals.
Custom Service Programs.
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Canon’s custom service programs are designed for professionals
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