Canon EOS 5D - Focusing Screen Ee-A User manual

Canon EOS 5D - Focusing Screen Ee-A User manual
Cover image captured with an EOS-1Ds Mark II and TS-E 90mm f/2.8 lens.
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EOS Professional
The Choice of Professionals
Presenting the latest portrait of the EOS professional digital SLR family. Combining superb image
quality and fast, dependable operation, these cameras underline Canon's commitment to providing
professional photographers with the very finest tools for their work. With access to more than
50 EF lenses and a complete range of accessories, the EOS system is today’s most advanced
photographic system and is ready to be compatible with whatever tomorrow brings. Complemented
by market leading photo printers and projectors – all designed with the professional in mind –
Canon offers the working photographer uncompromising quality from shoot through to output.
Canon is continuously refining its products based on the feedback of professional photographers
in the field. It is their advice that will drive the EOS evolution for decades to come.
Resolution is just the beginning.
The EOS-1Ds Mark II delivers image quality on
a grand scale. Its full frame 16.7 Megapixel CMOS
sensor produces files that meet the exacting
standards of leading international photo agencies
and stock libraries.
For Photographers. By Photographers.
The essential tool of the professional news and
sports photographer, the EOS-1D Mark II N
represents the ultimate in responsive D-SLR
photography: near-instant 0.2 second start up,
rapid 45-point AF and 8.5 fps continuous
shooting for up to 48 JPEG frames in one burst.
Widen Your Horizons.
The EOS 5D offers the benefits of full frame digital
photography in a compact and lightweight body.
A 12.8 Megapixel CMOS sensor delivers studio
quality images with enough resolution for almost
every application.
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Commercial Studio Photography
“
I could see how things looked right away and make
instant adjustments, which is key when working
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to a tight time schedule with lots of people.
Petteri Laakso
Resolution is just the beginning.
The EOS-1Ds Mark II delivers all the
fine detail of medium format,
billboard quality files at remarkable
speeds. Its full frame 16.7 Megapixel
CMOS sensor provides enough
resolution for studio and commercial
photography while also giving
photographers the flexibility to crop
images after the shoot. A remarkably
For me, everything revolves around the lighting.
low signal to noise ratio allows
I start with one light and build it up block by block
extension of the ISO range to 50-3200
composing around it. The process for this picture was
for performance in almost all lighting
made so much easier thanks to the speed of the
conditions. With a sensor the size of
a traditional 35mm film frame,
EOS-1Ds Mark II. I could see how things looked right
the EOS-1Ds Mark II can take
away and was able to make instant adjustments,
advantage of the full angle of view
which is key when working to a tight time schedule
offered by Canon's EF lenses.
with lots of people. Clients demand faster turnaround
times these days, so digital capture has become
essential. It makes shooting an interactive process
for everyone involved and gives me much more
control than ever before. And with the EOS-1Ds Mark II,
quality is never an issue.
© Petteri Laakso/Potkastudios, Finland
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Portrait Photography
DIGIC II: Fast, Responsive, Precise.
Canon’s DIGIC II Image Processor
works at the core of every digital
EOS camera, driving fast start-up,
rapid camera performance and the
superb image quality that EOS is
renowned for. DIGIC II has been
specifically designed to perform the
high-speed calculations necessary
for exceptionally accurate colour
reproduction in real time.
With 16.7 Megapixels at 4 fps for
a maximum burst of 32 images, the
EOS-1Ds Mark II's DIGIC II processor
manages to render more than half
a gigabyte of data in just 8 seconds.
DIGIC II operates efficiently so
photographers can shoot for longer
on a single charge: up to 1,200 shots
for both the EOS-1Ds Mark II and
EOS-1D Mark II N under normal
conditions.
White Balance Controls.
The sophisticated image processing
algorithm of DIGIC II delivers
extremely stable white balance (WB)
under every lighting condition.
All three cameras have nine white
© Nikki Hill, UK
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balance modes with each colour
correctable by ±9 levels in single level
increments. White balance bracketing
The controls are so intuitive,
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I can concentrate on building a relationship with my subject.
Nikki Hill
I prefer to work with natural light as it brings
gives me a huge amount of scope to place the
true depth and character to my subjects.
subjects exactly where I want them. I love the
This means I demand a lot from my
effect that Canon's wide aperture lenses give my
EOS-1Ds Mark II, and it always responds
photography – I use the EF 70-200mm f/2.8L IS
brilliantly. The controls are so intuitive, I can
USM for 90% of a shoot. A fast lens is paramount
concentrate on building a relationship with my
to my photography and if I have to shoot at f2.8
subject instead of constantly having to think
with an ISO of 1600, I know that I can rely on
about adjusting and refining my settings.
the quality.
options allow the photographer
to precisely judge the optimal colour
temperature for any shooting
situation. The EOS-1Ds Mark II and
EOS-1D Mark II N also offer three
custom modes for user-defined
settings.
The number of focus points I can choose from
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Wedding Photography
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The CMOS Advantage
The EOS-1Ds Mark II lets me move effortlessly
from a dark church to the bright outdoors,
Canon's CMOS sensor technology
offers several advantages over
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from a wedding breakfast to an evening reception.
James Davidson
traditional CCD sensors. CMOS sensors
use less power than other sensor
types. Amplifiers at each CMOS sensor
pixel site vastly speed up the process
of getting the signal to the image
processor. Low-noise performance
means that even at high ISO speeds
There is something special about being a wedding
resolution and quality are not
photographer. I get to capture a range of emotions,
compromised, while on-chip circuitry
to tell a story from start to finish. The EOS-1Ds Mark II
reduces remaining fixed pattern and
lets me move effortlessly from a dark church to the
random noise to enable shooting at
speeds up to ISO 3200 (equivalent).
bright outdoors, from a wedding breakfast to an
A low-pass filter in front of the sensor
evening reception. Wherever the celebrations move
suppresses the false colour and moiré
on to, my Canon lenses help me achieve the quality
that can affect high-resolution digital
photography. The large pixel sizes
I need. The camera has a very acute sense of what a
on Canon's CMOS sensors allow for
picture should look like - it has a great management
a wider dynamic range, so that
system that adjusts and refines everything, which is
images retain greater contrast and
detail in shadow and highlight areas.
really useful when there’s a lot going on and so many
different things to catch. You can never guarantee
anything at a wedding, but I know I can rely on my
equipment to get me through any situation.
© James Davidson, UK
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Sports Photography
For Photographers.
By Photographers.
The successor to the EOS-1D Mark II,
the EOS-1D Mark II N refines every
facet of the photographic process,
resulting in a faster, more fluid
experience for the photographer.
With a start-up time of just 0.2 seconds,
this camera excels in environments
where speed of response is crucial.
8.5 fps, 48-frame continuous burst
performance (22 in RAW) means that
action and sports photographers need
never miss a shot. Separate CF and
SD memory card slots allow for dual
recording of JPEG and RAW images,
providing added cover on critical
assignments. The camera retains the
EOS-1D Mark II’s 8.2 Megapixel CMOS
sensor, rapid 45-point AF, and precise
21-zone evaluative metering.
Based on feedback from professional
photographers, the EOS-1D Mark II N
incorporates a range of improvements,
such as a larger 2.5 inch LCD screen
with a 170° angle of view for easier
image playback. ISO values can be
viewed in the viewfinder while they are
being changed, allowing photographers
to concentrate on the scene at hand.
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© Shaun Botterill/Getty Images, UK
The EOS-1D Mark II N is extremely flexible when working with poor light,
Shaun Botterill
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which is crucial for sports photography.
Speed was the key to this shot. I had no idea how
detail. I remember having to carry pockets full of
long the light was going to hold or how many skiers
batteries up cold mountains, but now that’s not an
would hit the right spot in perfect formation.
issue as the camera holds its power in freezing
The setup on the EOS-1D Mark II N really helped
temperatures. It also performs really well in poor
though. I could adjust shutter speed and aperture
light, which is crucial for sports photography where
with one hand while looking through the camera.
flash is often not an option. Digital has changed my
The large screen gives you a chance to check
job completely. However, it does mean that people
exposure and make sure you've got your positions
now want ten pictures in ten minutes instead of one
right before the big shot. In extreme conditions it is
picture in half an hour!
an all round performer, right down to the smallest
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Nature Photography
Picture Style.
The EOS-1D Mark II N and EOS 5D are
fully customisable to a photographer’s
personal style of shooting. Six Picture
Style parameters simulate the
characteristics of different film styles,
including Standard, for punchy,
print-ready colour; Portrait, for softer,
natural skin tones; and Landscape,
for sharp images with vivid blues and
greens. Neutral and Faithful settings
reproduce colours naturally with no
sharpness applied - ideal for images
that are to undergo post-processing.
A Monochrome setting allows
photographers to emulate colour
filters with black and white film.
All settings can be adjusted for colour
tone, saturation, sharpness and
contrast, and up to three custom
Picture Style parameters can be saved
for later use. With more than 48,000
possible setting combinations available,
Picture Style offers photographers
unprecedented image control direct
from the camera.
Rugged Build Quality
Canon EOS professional digital SLRs
meet the needs of field photographers
working in demanding shooting
environments. All cameras have rigid,
© Steve Bloom, UK
“
magnesium alloy bodies that are
engineered to withstand extremes in
My EOS eliminated a lot of the risk
temperature. For reliable performance
”
by taking away the timely adjustments.
Steve Bloom
in inclement conditions, the EOS-1
series cameras are also dust-proof
and weather-resistant. The shutters
are designed to endure 200,000
cycles (100,000 for the EOS 5D).
Strengthened accessory shoes
My fascination with wildlife photography began
I had to get very close to its legs. Luckily my EOS
provide further durability, while
in the early 1990s while on safari with a EOS-1
eliminated a lot of the risk by taking away the
electromagnetic shielding helps to
camera. Canon’s technological developments
timely adjustments. The fast burst rate allowed
reduce noise.
since then have enabled a major shooting
me to take a large number of pictures in a short
project like this one. After months of meticulous
space of time. The consistently accurate colour
planning, I set out with a team of divers to get
balancing meant that I didn’t have to adjust for
this image for my new book. It was high risk -
the intense blue of the water - one less thing to
not only is it rare to find an elephant that will
worry about while avoiding the elephant’s legs!
swim in the ocean, but to get the shot I wanted
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Photojournalism Photography
Widen your Horizon.
The EOS 5D offers photographers a
compact, robust digital SLR that's
lightweight enough to carry on the
most gruelling of shoots.
The camera's 12.8 Megapixel CMOS
sensor measures 35.8 x 23.9mm –
known as 'full frame' for the
dimensions it shares with traditional
35mm film. With no lens conversion
factor, photographers can realise the
full potential of Canon’s EF lenses capturing more light, achieving wider
angles of view and gaining tighter
control over depth of field. The sensor
is only one element of the EOS 5D's
appeal. Its 9-point AF system includes
6 Assist AF points for highly accurate
focus tracking. A 3.5% spot metering
circle gives photographers flexible
control over exposure, while
customisable Picture Styles provide
quick access to image processing
parameters. Two automatic noise
reduction settings maximise the
effectiveness of the camera's on-chip
noise reduction, for uncompromising
performance from ISO 50 right
through to ISO 3200 (equivalent).
“
© Alexandra Boulat/VII, France
For photojournalism, one of the most important things
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about the EOS 5D is its size.
Alexandra Boulat
I was at a demonstration in the Gaza Strip and
smaller than the EOS-1D Mark II, it's just as easy
decided to look beyond the main focus point.
to operate. Another thing I love about the EOS 5D
I like shadows, so I thought I’d stand against
is its sensitivity to light - it really holds the
the sun. For photojournalism, one of the most
atmosphere. It means I can catch history at
important things about the EOS 5D is its size.
night while keeping a low profile.
It's compact and light. It’s easy to hold and
move around. That makes the photographic
experience more comfortable for me and for the
people I'm shooting. And although it's much
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Fashion Photography
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Having a camera with excellent low light capabilities
and focus tracking means that I can make
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the most of the time I do have.
Helen Atkinson
The Result Is Clear.
Whether changing Picture Style
parameters, setting custom functions
or reviewing images, the large
LCD screens of the EOS 5D and
EOS-1D Mark II N are designed with
the professional in mind. Measuring
2.5" with a resolution of 230,000
pixels, the LCD allows for larger image
playback with sharp, crisp detail.
Catwalk photography brings with it the excitement
Images can also be viewed from a far
of the unexpected – you never know what's going
greater angle (170°) than conventional
to come out of each shot. I need to react instantly
LCD screens. The intuitive menus
to surprise situations, so there isn't a lot of time for
feature large, easy to read text for quick
navigation to key camera settings.
composition. Having a camera with excellent low
The image information screen
light capabilities and focus tracking means that I can
provides an RGB histogram and
make the most of the time I do have. White balance
displays useful data such as the AF
points used. Magnification controls
settings that accurately respond to each lighting
for checking exposure and focus are
environment allow me to achieve the correct colour
fast and fluid. Accessing images is
when shooting, rather than having to adjust in post
production. The image quality is on par if not
equally fast with a jump function that
allows photographers to jump images
in increments of 10 or 100.
superior to film, and the ability to preview shots and
get them to the client on very tight deadlines is a big
bonus. I’ve been through the entire Canon digital
range since the very beginning and have witnessed
a dramatic evolution. With digital there has always
been two systems – a high-quality system and
a high-speed system. That Canon has managed
to integrate the two is just superb.
© Helen Atkinson, UK
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The EF Lens Range
Aspherical Elements
Spherical aberration occurs when light rays coming through the centre of the lens do not align with
the light rays coming through the lens edge. Since there is no sharp point of focus, images look soft
and lack contrast. Canon's aspherical lens elements change the curvature from centre to edge to
align incoming light rays so that the entire image plane appears sharply focused.
Image Stabilizer
Canon’s Image Stabilizer (IS) technology makes handheld photography possible in low-light
situations or when shooting from a moving platform. IS lenses include a special group of lens
elements which automatically shift position to compensate for camera shake. This compensatory
effect adds the equivalent of up to three stops of exposure, expanding a photographer's handheld
options dramatically.
Ultrasonic Motor (USM)
The world's first lens-based motor that harnesses ultrasonic oscillation energy to drive virtually silent
auto focus, which on some lenses is literally faster than the human eye. The USM stops the moment
focus is achieved, without overshooting.
© Greg Basco, USA
Every EOS digital SLR camera is backed up by the EF lens series, the world's most comprehensive system
of interchangeable lenses – more than 50 models, ranging from 14mm extreme wide angle to 600mm
super telephoto.
Diffractive Optics
Diffractive Optical (DO) lenses represent a new level in professional telephoto lenses.
New technology delivers optical characteristics unavailable in traditional lenses, dramatically
reducing size and weight. Lens coatings are optimised to minimise the ghosting and flare with
digital photography.
L-Series lenses: Beyond human perspective
Fluorite and UD lens elements
The choice of professionals the world over, L-series lenses represent
One of the greatest obstacles in telephoto lens design has been
the very finest in Canon EF optics. Recognisable by the distinctive red
the problem of colour fringing, or chromatic aberration.
ring around the outer barrel, L-series lenses incorporate the highest
Some L-series lenses use Canon’s Ultra Low Dispersion glass to
Super Telephoto
quality optical materials to provide a level of image performance
help minimize this effect. The design of the UD glass delivers
Renowned for their optical performance and speed, Canon's super telephoto lenses can
and operability without equal. Each L-series lens is engineered to
outstanding contrast and sharpness by minimising the splitting
be found on the sidelines of every major sports event around the world. With focal lengths
operate under the most demanding of conditions.
of colours as they pass through the elements. Fluorite elements
ranging from 300mm to 600mm, L-series super telephoto lenses are also used extensively
are used in certain super telephoto lenses as they are even more
by news, sports and wildlife photographers.
effective in reducing these characteristics.
Macro Lenses
Canon’s EF lens line-up includes a number of options for true close-up and macro photography.
Allowing photographers to bring tiny objects into life-sized view, these lenses are optically designed
to provide even colour reproduction and sharpness throughout the frame.
Tilt and Shift Lenses
Tilt and Shift lenses 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 CMOS sensor, making
broad depth of field possible even at large apertures. Shift movements move the lens’ optical axis in
parallel, allowing photographers to correct the perspective distortion that typically occurs with
architectural photography.
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For more information on the EF lens range, visit our website.
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E-TTL II: Smarter Flash Performance
Macro Twin Lite MT-24EX
• Attaches to all Canon EF Macro lenses
(EF 180mm f/3.5L requires Macro Lite Adapter 72C).
• Twin flash heads can be rotated over 80° angle around lens
in 5° increments.
• Heads can be swivelled, bounced or removed from mounting ring
for added control.
• Powerful Guide Number of 24 (m/ISO 100).
• Advanced features including FEL, Hi-speed sync, and FEB.
• Full E-TTL II automatic flash control with EOS-1Ds Mark II,
1D Mark II N and 5D.
• Incandescent focusing lamps and two different types of 1 second
modelling flash allow easy focusing and previewing of lighting effects.
Macro Ring Lite MR-14EX
• Twin-tube flash unit designed for close-up photography
with EF Macro lenses
(EF 180mm f/3.5L requires Macro Lite Adapter 72C).
Flash tubes can fire together or independently.
© Dolph Cantrijn/Hollandse Hoogte, The Netherlands
• Supports E-TTL II Wireless Autoflash in conjunction with one
Designed to work with all EX Speedlite flash units, the E-TTL II flash algorithm provides photographers
with consistently accurate flash metering, even with tricky subjects and ambient lighting conditions.
With previous systems, recomposing a shot after locking focus could occasionally result in incorrect
exposure. E-TTL II remedies this by ignoring the active focusing point. Instead, distance information
or more compatible EX Speedlites.
• Incandescent focusing lamps and two forms
of modelling flash permit preview of lighting effects.
• Illuminated LCD panel for easy flash settings
in any lighting condition.
(where applicable) and pre-flash information are evaluated from multiple metering zones immediately
before the exposure occurs. To achieve accurate measurement in problematic environments, the system
gives less weight to readings from reflective objects in the scene – such as a mirror, white china, or a
bride's wedding dress. E-TTL II gives photographers the confidence of accurate flash exposure in scenes
Speedlite Transmitter ST-E2
• Dedicated transmitter to control unlimited number
of compatible slave flashes.
• Compatible with Speedlite 580EX, 550EX,
that confuse conventional metering systems.
430EX and 420EX.
• Controls compatible slave units up to
10 metres outdoors and 15 metres indoors.
Speedlite 580EX
Speedlite 430EX
• Recycling time approximately 25% faster than
• LCD panel on rear of flash for enhanced
550EX.
• Even exposure from centre to corner of frame.
• High maximum guide number of 58
(m/ISO 100) at 105mm.
• Auto conversion of flash coverage with
compatible digital SLRs.
• White Balance information communicated
instantly to compatible digital SLRs.
• Full 180° swivel in either direction.
• AF-assist beam compatible with all
AF points on every EOS SLR.
user control.
• Wide-angle pull-down panel covers
14mm lens on a full-frame camera.
• Maximum guide number of 43
(m/ISO 100) at 105mm.
• Auto conversion of flash zoom coverage
with compatible digital SLRs.
• White balance information communicated
Subject
instantly to compatible digital SLRs.
• Bounce upward to 90°; swivel right (90°)
and left (180°).
Camera with
transmitter
Speedlite 580 EX
• Select Dial for easy inputs and user control.
© Erik Refner, Denmark
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Wireless File Transfer: Fast, Efficient Image Delivery
For Sports Photography and Photojournalism
Wireless File transfer has already found a home with sports photographers
and photojournalists, who benefit from the speed and ease of transferring
images while they shoot. Files are sent to a local computer, where an assistant
manages and transmits them immediately. This way, the photographer can
meet tight deadlines and even receive feedback on images while shooting.
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For Studio Photography
Studio photographers can transfer images as they shoot or after the shooting
session. Automatic transfer allows the art director, client, and assistants to give
instant feedback during the session. At the end of the session, images can be
© Damien Meyer/Getty Images
transferred to an FTP server via wireless or wired LAN. The antenna provides a
60-metre transmission range, more than sufficient for most studios.
Canon’s Wireless File Transmitter WFT-E1 enables
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wireless image transfer directly to a computer from
most EOS digital SLRs. Photographers can concentrate
on shooting while images are automatically transferred
in the background. Whether working on location or in
the studio, the WFT-E1 is a useful addition to any
professional's kit bag. It offers several ways of
transmitting image data: directly to a Wi-Fi enabled
computer, to a remote server through a Wireless
Access Point, or via a wired Ethernet connection.
Wireless Transmitter WFT-E1
• Wireless LAN compatible
(IEEE 802.11 B/G up to 54 mbps)
for image transmission during or after shooting.
• 100 Base-TX Ethernet interface for tethered,
fast connection.
• Compatible with both USB 2.0 and
IEEE 1394 (FireWire) connections to the camera.
For Wedding Photography
The WFT-E1 gives wedding photographers one less thing to worry about on
the day. Free to roam about the ceremony and reception, photographers won't
miss important shots while offsite downloading images to the computer.
Results can be shown instantly in print or on screen, and orders taken on the
spot from clients and guests.
• Thin profile to complement the design of
digital EOS bodies.
• Operable up to approx. 60 metres with normal
antenna, or up to approx. 150 metres with optional
extended-range antenna. (ERA-E1).
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• High-security transfer using WPA-PSK,
WEP and TKIP encryption.
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Software and Connectivity
The EOS 5D features a USB 2.0 port for fast data transfer to computers or direct connection to compatible
Direct Printing
printers. A high speed IEEE1394 (FireWire) port on the EOS-1Ds Mark II and 1D Mark II N ensures minimal
PIXMA Pro printers support the full range of direct print features provided by EOS digital SLRs.
Picture Style support means that images are faithfully printed according to the camera settings,
download time for large image files. A video OUT terminal on all three cameras enables photographers to
allowing photographers to maintain complete colour control from capture through to print.
display images on a television screen.
Settings such as colour tone, colour balance, saturation and contrast can also be adjusted
in-camera prior to printing.
Canon’s EOS Digital Solution Disk and Digital Photo Professional provide powerful, easy to use tools for
managing and processing downloaded images
Digital Photo Professional
EOS Solution Disk
Digital Photo Professional is a high-speed RAW image processing
The EOS Solution Disk includes ZoomBrowser EX (PC) and
application designed to streamline professional photographic
ImageBrowser (Mac), which provide dedicated support for image
workflows. It allows photographers to adjust settings such as white
downloading and allow for simple RAW image adjustment.
balance, brightness and Picture Style parameters without degrading
It also includes EOS Utility, a remote capture tool for computer
the original RAW image. CMS (Colour Management System)
controlled operation of camera shooting. EOS Utility's folder
compatible, it supports sRGB, Adobe RGB and Wide Gamut RGB
monitoring function is especially useful for displaying transferred
colour spaces. In addition to numerous controls for exposure and
images when using t he Wireless File Transmitter WFT-E1.
colour settings, it also includes a cropping tool, a stamp tool to
remove light and dark spots from images, a navigation tool,
PIXMA Pro9500
PIXMA Pro9000
• Exceptional image permanence with
• ChromaLife100 system for expanded colour gamut
LUCIA pigment inks for all 10 colours.
• Professional quality monochrome prints with
Photo Black, Matte Black and Grey inks.
• Flat paper path for large format and
heavyweight paper.
and long-lasting results.
• A3+ lab-quality print in approximately
83 seconds.
• Flat paper path for large format and
heavyweight paper.
• Wide range of specialist photo and fine art media.
• Wide range of specialist photo and fine art media.
• Adobe PhotoShop plug-in software for complete
• Adobe PhotoShop plug-in software for complete
colour control.
• Robust and Stylish Design
colour control.
• Professional 8-colour A3+ photo printer
for outstanding photo quality
CMYK printer simulation, batch conversion and multiple image
download capabilities.
ImagePROGRAF Large Format Printers
iPF5000
Canon's imagePROGRAF range allows EOS
• 12 colour, 4pl LUCIA pigment ink system
digital SLR users to make the most of their
for improved print life.
high resolution images. These large format
• 17" output.
printers offer high quality output and colour
• Resolution up to 2400 x 1200 dpi
accuracy across a wide variety of media. With
print sizes ranging from 17" to 60",
professionals can expand their range of
with FINE print head technology.
• L-COA image processor for high quality
printing at production speeds.
services to commercial poster, fine art and
• Wide colour gamut.
signage printing.
• Versatile media handling.
XEED SX6 Projector
The XEED SX6 is the ultimate projector for
Display your work in the best light
maximum quality, high impact photo slideshows
or exhibition displays. It uses LCOS (Liquid
Crystal on Silicon) display technology to project
smooth lattice-free images with remarkable
Image capture is just one part of the photographic process. As a leader in both input and output,
Canon is uniquely positioned to help professionals show their work to its fullest.
detail. Subtle gradations of skies and skin
• Incredible detail - Native SXGA+ resolution and
HD Ready (720p / 1080i).
• Ultra-bright images at 3,500 lumens and 1000:1
contrast ratio with Canon's AISYS optical system.
• 1.7x powered zoom lens for flexible projector
placement.
tones are rendered with complete accuracy.
• Near-silent operation with 31dBA Quiet Mode.
A high 1000:1 contrast ratio adds vitality and
• Full Auto Setup with Auto Screen Colour Correction,
depth to colours, ensuring that photos are shown
Auto Focus, Auto Keystone Correction and Auto Input
PIXMA Pro Professional Photo Printers
at their very best. The XEED SX6 supports Adobe
selection.
The PIXMA Pro range of inkjet printers is specifically designed for professional photographers. Driven by Canon's FINE print head
RGB colour space, offering photographers
technology, these printers produce commercial-standard A3+ prints to a maximum resolution of 4800 x 2400 dpi. Photographers
outstanding display of their captured images.
have a choice of two ink systems, each offering distinct advantages depending on the requirements.
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NOMENCLATURE for EOS-1Ds Mark II/EOS-1D Mark II N
VIEWFINDER INFORMATION
Spot Metering Circle
Area AF Ellipse
Correct Exposure Index
Exposure Level Increments
: 1 stop
: 1/3 stop
Overexposure
Flash Overexposure
Laser-matte Screen
AF Point
Self-Timer Lamp
Shutter Button
Grip
PC Terminal
Lens Release Button
Remote Control Terminal (N3 type)
High-speed sync (FP flash)
Flash-ready
Blinks when FE lock cannot be achieved
Exposure Level
Flash exposure Level
* AE Lock
AEB in-progress
Multi-Spot metering
Flash Underexposure
Underexposure
Max. burst for continuous
shooting
M Manual Exposure
Video OUT
Depth-of-Field Preview Button
Vertical Grip Shutter Button
Vertical Grip Main Dial
Digital Port
Direct Printer Port
Battery
JPEG Mark
Shutter Speed
Bulb
AF Point Selection Mode ([ ], SEL)
FE Lock
Busy (
)
Aperture
AF Point Selection Mode (AF, [ ], HP)
Memory Card No. (1,2)
Exposure Compensation
Flash Exposure
Compensation
In-focus Indicator
Remaining Shots
ISO Speed
Self-Timer Countdown
ISO Speed Icon
White Balance
Compensation
Battery Release Handle
Hand Strap Eyelet
Battery Release Button
Tripod Socket
Quick Control Dial Switch
Viewfinder Eyepiece
Eyecup
LCD Monitor
Protect/Sound Recording Button
Quick Control Dial
Assist Button/White Balance
Compensation Button (WB Button
pressed simultaneously)
AE Lock/Reduce Button
TOP LCD PANEL INFORMATION
Aperture
AEB amount
AF Point Selection Mode (AF, [ ], HP)
Memory Card No. (1,2)
Memory Card Slot Cover
SELECT Button
Memory Card Slot Cover Knob
Drive Mode
Single
Continuous Shooting*
High-speed Continuous
Shooting**
Low-speed Continuous
Shooting**
Self-timer (10 sec.)
Self-timer (2 sec.)
Metering Mode
Evaluative Metering
Partial Metering
Spot Metering
Center-weighted Average Metering
Battery Level Mark
Rear LCD Panel
AEB
Access Lamp
Vertical AE Lock/Reduce Button
Vertical AF Point Selector/
Enlarge Button
ERASE Button
CLEAR Button
Image Recording Quality
Selection Button
White Balance Button
White Balance Bracketing Button
Exposure Level Scale
Exposure Compensation
Level
AEB Amount
Flash Exposure
Compensation Level
Personal Function Mark
Flash Exposure Compensation
Memory Card Selection/Enlarge Button
AF Mode
One-Shot AF
AI SERVO AF
AF Point Selector/Enlarge Button
MENU Button
DISPLAY Button
Shots Remaining
ISO Speed
Self-timer Countdown
Bulb Exposure Time
Error Code
Remaining Images to Record
Shutter Speed
Bulb
Bulb Exposure Time (Min.:Sec.)
AF Point Selection Mode ([ ], SEL)
FE Lock
Busy (
,PC )
Error (
)
Shooting Mode
P : Program AE
M : Manual Exposure
Tv : Shutter-priority Ae
Av : Aperture-priority Ae
Vertical FE Lock/Multi-Spot
Metering Button
Vertical Operation ON/OFF Switch
Vertical Assist Button/White Balance
Compensation Button (WB button
pressed simultaneously)
REAR LCD PANEL INFORMATION (EOS-1Ds Mark II)
White Balance
Auto
Daylight
Shade
Cloudy
Tungsten Light
Fluorescent Light
Flash
Custom
Color Temperature
Image Quality
Large
Medium1
Medium2
Small
RAW
RAW+Large
RAW+Medium1
RAW+Medium2
RAW+Small
CF Card Selection Indicator
Blue/Amber/
White Balance Correction
Green/Magenta/
White Balance Correction
SD Memory Card Selection Indicator
Folder No.
Recording Microphone
LCD Panel Illumination Button
Power Switch
White Balance Bracketing Level
File No.
Color Temperature
Personal White Balance
Data Transfer Mark
FE Lock/Multi-Spot Metering Button
REAR LCD PANEL INFORMATION (EOS-1D Mark II N)
AEB Button
Shooting Mode Selection Button
AF Mode Selection Button
Metering Mode Selection/Flash
Exposure Compensation Button
ISO Speed Button
Shutter Button
Main Dial
Exposure Compensation/
Aperture Button
Strap Mount
Top LCD Panel
Drive Mode Selection Button
White Balance
Auto
Daylight
Shade
Cloudy
Tungsten Light
Fluorescent Light
Flash
Custom
Color Temperature
SD Memory Card Indicator
SD Card Selection Icon
CF Card Indicator
CF Card Selection Icon
RAW Image-recording Card Slot Indicator
White Balance Bracketing Level
Dioptric Adjustment Knob
Flash-sync Contacts
* EOS-1Ds Mark II Only
Hot Shoe
25
Blue/Amber/
White Balance Correction
Green/Magenta/
White Balance Correction
Data Transfer Icon
Monocrome Shooting
Folder No.
File No.
Color Temperature
Personal White Balance
Image-recording Quality
Large
Medium1
Medium2
Small
RAW
RAW+Large
RAW+Medium1
RAW+Medium2
RAW+Small
** EOS-1D Mark II N Only
Eyepiece Shutter Lever
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NOMENCLATURE for EOS 5D
Self-timer Lamp
VIEWFINDER INFORMATION
Strap Mount
Lens Release Button
Grip (Battery Compartment)
AF Points
(with Superimposed Display)
Spot Metering Circle
Focusing Screen
PC Terminal
Digital Terminal
Remote Control Terminal (N3 type)
CF Card Slot Cover
Video OUT Terminal
Depth-of-field Preview Button
Battery Compartment Cover Release Lever
Battery Compartment Cover
Tripod Socket
DC Coupler Cord Hole
* AE Lock/AEB in-progress
Focus Confirmation Light
Maximum burst
Flash-ready
White Balance Correction
High-speed Sync (FP flash)
FE Lock
Exposure Level
Flash Exposure Compensation
Eyecup
Multi-controller
Exposure Compensation Amount
Shutter Speed
CF Card Full Warning (
FE Lock (
CF Card Error Warning (
Busy (
)
)
No CF Card Warning (
Flash Exposure Compensation
Amount
)
)
AEB Level
)
Aperture
AE Lock/FE Lock Button/
Index/Reduce Button
Viewfinder Eyepiece
Direct Print Button
MENU Button
AF Point Selection/Enlarge Button
TOP LCD PANEL INFORMATION
CF Card Slot
INFO/Trimming Orientation Button
CF Card Full Warning (
)
)
)
CF Card Error Warning (
No CF Card Warning (
ISO Speed
Error Code (
WB Correction
Aperture
SET Button
Playback Button
AF Point Selection (
Busy (
ISO Speed
Quick Control Dial
JUMP Button
Shutter Speed
)
)
)
Cleaning Image Sensor (
)
Erase Button
Shots Remaining
White Balance
Auto
LCD Screen
Power/Quick Control Dial Switch
Shots Remaining
During WB-BKT
Daylight
Self-Timer Countdown
Shade
Bulb Exposure Time
Cloudy
Tungsten Light
White Fluorescent Light
Flash
AF Mode Selection/White Balance
Selection Button
LCD Panel Illumination Button
Drive Mode Selection/
ISO Speed Button
Metering Mode Selection/
Flash Exposure Compensation Button
Shutter Button
Custom
Beeper
Main Dial
Continuous
AEB
Monochrome Shooting
Metering Mode
Recording Quality
Large/Fine
Strap Mount
Single
Self-Timer
Custom Function
Mode Dial
Drive Mode
Color Temperature
Battery Level Mark
Evaluative
AI FOCUS AF
Partial
AI SERVO AF
Large/Normal
Spot
Medium/Fine
Center-weighted Average
Exposure Level
Small/Fine
Small/Normal
Exposure Compensation Amount
RAW
AEB Level
Flash-sync Contacts
27
* Manual focus when none is displayed
Medium/Normal
LCD Panel
Hot Shoe
AF Mode
ONE-SHOT AF
Flash Exposure Compensation Amount
Dioptric Adjustment Knob
Flash Exposure Compensation
CF Card Writing Status
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SPECIFICATIONS
EOS-1D Mark II N
EOS-1Ds Mark II
EOS 5D
EOS-1D Mark II N
EOS-1Ds Mark II
EOS 5D
FLASH CONTROL
IMAGING
Imaging Element/Effective Pixels
CMOS/approx. 16.7 Megapixel
CMOS/approx. 8.2 Megapixel
CMOS/approx. 12.8 Megapixel
E-TTL Autoflash, FP Flash
Provided
Provided
Provided
Effective Sensor Size
36 x 24mm
28.7 x 19.1mm
35.8 x 23.9mm
FE Lock
Provided
Provided
Provided
Colour Filter Type
Primary colours
RGB Primary colours
RGB Primary colours
Metered Manual
Provided
Provided
Provided
Low-Pass Filter
Built-in / Fixed
Built-in / Fixed
Built-in / Fixed
DRIVE
35mm Focal Length Equivalent
Approx. 1x
Approx. 1.3x
Approx. 1x
Continuous Shooting Speed
4 fps2
8.5 fps2
3 fps2
Max. Burst
32 (JPEG), 11 (RAW)
48 (JPEG), 22 (RAW)
60 (JPEG), 17 (RAW)
10 sec. or 2 sec.
10 sec. or 2 sec.
10 sec.
IMAGE RECORDING
Recording Medium
Compact Flash card / SD card
Compact Flash card / SD card
Compact Flash card
Self-timer
Slot Type1/Qty
CF Type I, II1 / SD memory card
CF Type I, II1 / SD memory card
CF Type I, II / 1 slot
WHITE BALANCE
(up to 2GB). 2 slots
(up to 2GB). 2 slots
Type
Image sensor
Image sensor
Image sensor
Design rule for Camera File system (JPEG)
Design rule for Camera File system (JPEG)
Design rule for Camera File system (JPEG)
Settings
10
10
9
and/or RAW.
and/or RAW.
and/or RAW.
WB Bracketing
±3 stops
±3 stops
±3 stops
Exif 2.21 compliant
Exif 2.21 compliant
Exif 2.21 compliant
LCD MONITOR
Recording Format
Image Size
JPEG/Large
JPEG/Medium
JPEG/Small
RAW
Fine
4,992 x 3,328 (approx. 5.5MB)
3,504 x 2,336 (approx. 2.8MB)
4,368 x 2,912 (approx. 4.6MB)
Type
TFT
TFT
TFT
Normal
—
—
4,368 x 2,912 (approx. 2.3MB)
Screen Size
2.0"
2.5"
2.5"
Fine
3,600 x 2,400 (approx. 3.2MB)
3,104 x 2,072 (approx. 2.2MB)
3,168 x 2,112 (approx. 2.7MB)
Pixels (Approx.)
230,000
230,000
230,000
Normal
3,072 x 2,048 (approx. 2.6MB)
2,544 x 1,696 (approx. 1.7MB)
3,168 x 2,112 (approx. 1.4MB)
Enlarged Image
Provided
Provided
Provided
Fine
2,496 x 1,664 (approx. 1.9MB)
1,728 x 1,152 (approx. 1.0MB)
2,496 x 1,664 (approx. 2.0MB)
PLAYBACK/TAGS
Normal
—
—
2,496 x 1,664 (approx. 1.0MB)
Display Formats
5
5
5
Fine
4,992 x 3,328 (approx. 14.6MB)
3,504 x 2,336 (approx. 8.3MB)
4,368 x 2,912 (approx. 12.9MB)
Highlight/Magnified Display/Histogram
Provided / Provided / Provided
Provided / Provided / Provided
Provided / Provided / Provided
Provided
Provided
Provided
Image Erase Protection
1 image / folder content / all in card
1 image / folder content / all in card
1 image
Image Erase
1 image / folder content / all in card / format
1 image / folder content / all in card / format
1 image / all in card / format
RAW and JPEG Simultaneous Recording
VIEWFINDER
Superimposed Display
Provided
Provided
Provided
DCF/DPOF
Provided (v2.0) / Provided (v1.1)
Provided (v2.0) / Provided (v1.1)
Provided (v2.0) / Provided (v1.1)
Coverage (Vertical/Horizontal)
100%
100%
96%
Sound Recording
Provided
Provided
—
0.7x
0.72x
0.71x
Auto Rotation
Provided
Provided
Provided
Magnification
(at -1 dpt with 50mm lens set to infinity)
OTHER FEATURES
Eyepoint
20mm
20mm
20mm
Custom Functions/Settings
20 / 65
21 / 69
21 / 57
Dioptric Adjustment
-3 to +1 dpt.
-3 to +1 dpt.
-3 to +1 dpt.
Personal Functions/Settings
27
27
—
Interchangeable Focusing Screens
Provided
Provided
Provided
External Interface
IEEE1394 / USB
IEEE1394 / USB
USB 2.0 Hi-Speed
Eyepiece Shutter
Provided
Provided
—
Remote Control/PC Terminal
Provided / Provided
Provided / Provided
Provided / Provided
Battery
Ni-MH
Ni-MH
Lithium ion
1200
8003
AF
AF Points
45 (inc. 7 cross type AF points)
45 (inc. 7 cross type AF points)
9 (+ 6 Assist AF points)
Battery Life
1200
AF Modes
ONE SHOT / AI SERVO
ONE SHOT / AI SERVO
ONE SHOT / AI SERVO / AI FOCUS
LCD Panel (EL)Illumination
Provided
Provided
Provided
Predictive AF at 50 kph w/EF 300mm f/2.8L IS
8m
8m
8m
Water/Dust Resistance
Provided
Provided
—
AF Point Registration/Shift
Provided
Provided
—
Top/Front/Rear Cover Material
Magnesium alloy
Magnesium alloy
Magnesium alloy
Chassis Material
Magnesium alloy
Magnesium alloy
Stainless steel
EXPOSURE CONTROL
3
3
Shooting Modes
4
4
6
Operating Temperature Range
0° – 45°C
0° – 45°C
0° – 45°C
Metering Segments
21
21
35
Operating Humidity
85% or less
85% or less
85% or less
Metering Modes
Evaluative (21 zone), partial (8.5%),
Evaluative (21 zone), partial (13.5%),
Evaluative (35 zone), partial (8.0%),
Dimensions (W x H x D)
156 x 157.6 x 79.9mm
156 x 157.6 x 79.9mm
152 x 113 x 75mm
spot (2.4%), multi-spot (up to 8 spot
spot (3.8%), multi-spot (up to 8 spot
spot (3.0%), centre-weighted
Weight (excluding battery and accessories)
1,215g
1,225g
810g
reading), centre-weighted
reading), centre-weighted
ISO 100 – 1,600 in 1/3-stop increments
ISO 100 – 1,600 in 1/3-stop increments
ISO 100 – 1,600 in 1/3-stop increments
Enhanced L:50, H:3,200
Enhanced L:50, H:3,200
Enhanced L:50, H:3,200
Exposure Increments and Range
1, 1/2, 1/3-stop increments, ±3
1, 1/2, 1/3-stop increments, ±3
1, 1/2, 1/3-stop increments, ±3
Compensation Type
Manual, AEB (Shutter Speed, Aperture and ISO)
Manual, AEB (Shutter Speed, Aperture and ISO)
Manual, AEB
Orientation Sensor
Provided
Provided
Provided
Electronically controlled mechanical focal
Electronically controlled mechanical focal
Electronically controlled mechanical focal
plane shutter
plane shutter
plane shutter
1/8,000 sec. – 30 sec. Bulb
1/8,000 sec. – 30 sec. Bulb
1/8,000 sec. – 30 sec. Bulb
X-sync at 1/250 sec.
X-sync at 1/250 sec.
X-sync at 1/200 sec.
ISO Speed Range
1 Compatible with all CF memory card capacities, including CF cards of 2GB and more
2 Depending on memory card speed/capacity
3 Tested to CIPA standards with Canon supplied battery pack and Canon branded CF card
SHUTTER
Type
Speeds, X-sync
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CUSTOM FUNCTION CHART (EOS-1D series)
CUSTOM FUNCTION CHART (EOS-5D)
Custom
Function No.
Custom
Function No.
Function
Description
C. Fn-01
SET function
when shooting
C. Fn-01
C. Fn-02
C. Fn-03
C. Fn-04
C. Fn-05
C. Fn-06
C. Fn-07
C. Fn-08
C. Fn-09
C. Fn-10
C. Fn-11
C. Fn-12
C. Fn-13
C. Fn-14
C. Fn-15
C. Fn-16
C. Fn-17
C. Fn-18
C. Fn-19
C. Fn-20
C. Fn-21
C. Fn-00
Function
Description
Setting EOS-1Ds Mark II
EOS-1D Mark II N
0
No viewfinder display
1
Finder display on
0
Possible without card
Shutter release
without CF card
1
Not possible
None (ISO Speed extension moved to menu)
0
AF/AE lock
1
AE lock/AF
Shutter button/
AE Lock button
2
AF/AF lock, no AE lock
3
AE/AF, no AE lock
0
Tv=
Av=
1
Tv=
Av=
Manual Tv/Av
set. for M exp.
2
Tv=
Av=
w/o lens
3
Tv=
Av=
w/o lens
0
1/3-stop set, 1/3-stop comp
Exposure level
1
1-stop set, 1/3-stop comp
increments
2
1/2-stop set, 1/2-stop comp
0
Turns on after One-Shot AF
USM Lens
1
Turns off after One-Shot AF
electronic MF
2
Always turned off Disabled in AF mode
0
Remaining Shots/File No.
1
ISO/Remaining Shots
Top LCD panel/
Back LCD panel
2
ISO/File No.
3
Shots in folder/Remaining Shots
0 — +/Auto cancellation
0
0 — +/No cancellation
1
Auto bracketing
sequence/cancel
— 0 +/Auto cancellation
2
— 0 +/No cancellation
3
0
On
1
Off
AF point
illumination
2
On without dimming
3
Brighter
0
+
+
=
=
1
= +/– +
= +/– +
AF point
selection method
2
+
= only =
3
+
+
=
=
0
Disable
Mirror lockup
1
Enable
0
45/Center AF point
1
11/Active AF point
Number AF points/
2
11/Center AF point
Spot metering
3
9/Active AF point
4
N/A
9/Center AF point
0
Evaluative flash metering
E-TTL II
1
Averaged flash metering
0
1st-curtain synchronization
Shutter curtain
synchronization
1
2nd-curtain synchronization
0
Disable
Safety shift in
Av or Tv
1
Enable
0
Single AF point
AF point
1
Expand (TTL. of 7 AF points)
activation area
2
Automatic expand (max. 13)
0
+
Switch to registered
1
AF point
2
Only while pressing
0
AF stop
1
AF start
2
AE lock while metering
Lens AF stop
button function
AF point: M Auto/Auto Ctr.
3
AF mode: ONE SHOT AI SERVO
4
5
IS start
0
Standard
1
Slow
AI SERVO
2
Moderately slow
tracking sensitivity
3
Moderately fast
4
Fast
0
N/A
Disable
Drive speed priority
AI SERVO
1
N/A
Enable
0
N Ec-N, R
1
L Ec-A, B, C, C II, C III, D, H, I, L
Focusing Screen
2
N/A
P Ec-S
Finder display
during exposure
C. Fn-02
C. Fn-03
C. Fn-04
Long exposure
noise reduction
Flash sync. speed
in Av mode
Shutter/
AE lock button
C. Fn-05
AF-assist beam
C. Fn-06
Exposure level
increments
C. Fn-07
C. Fn-08
C. Fn-09
C. Fn-10
C. Fn-11
Flash firing
ISO expansion
Bracket sequence/
Auto cancel
Superimposed
display
Menu button
display position
Setting
EOS 5D
0
Default (No Function)
1
Change quality
2
Change Picture Style
3
Menu display
4
Image replay
0
Off
1
Auto
Set Custom Function groups
P. Fn-01
Disable shooting modes
Usable modes P/Tv/Av/M/Bulb
P. Fn-02
Disable metering modes
Usable modes
P. Fn-03
Specified M exp. metering modes
Regist.
Apply
P. Fn-00-1/2/3
P. Fn-00-1/2/3
Evaluative
EOS-1D Mark II N
OK/ Cancel
OK/ Cancel
Evaluative
Partial
Partial
Spot
Spot
Center-weighted averaging
Center-weighted averaging
P. Fn-04
Set max. shutter speed
1/200 sec. (Fixed)
P. Fn-05
Set max./min. aperture
According to lens
0
AF/ AE lock
1
AE lock/ AF
P. Fn-06
Preset shoot./
metering mode
2
AF/ AF lock, no AE lock
Registers and switches exposure mode,
metering mode, exposure setting and
exposure compensation amount.
3
AE/ AF, no AE lock
P. Fn-07
Repeat continous bracketing
While shutter button is held down, bracketing repeats continuously in
the current drive mode.
0
Emits
1
Does not emit
P. Fn-08
Number of bracketed shots
Sets length of bracketing sequence to 2, 3, 5 or 7 shots.
0
1/3-stop
1
1/2-stop
P. Fn-09
C. Fn-09-2,3 bracketing: +, 0,–
0
Fires
1
Does not fire
P. Fn-10
Program shift retained
Normally, any program shift amount is cancelled after one picture. P. Fn-10 retains the
program shift amount.
0
Off
1
On
P. Fn-14
Lens focus search turned off
When autofocus can’t be achieved, the lens is normally driven to search for the correct
focus. P. Fn-14 cancels searching under this condition.
0
0,—,+/ Enable
1
0,—,+/ Disable
P. Fn-15
AF-assist beam turned off
2
—,0,+/ Enable
3
—,0,+/ Disable
P. Fn-16
Camera shoots when in focus
0
On
1
Off
P. Fn-17
AF point auto sel. turned off
0
Previous (top if power off)
1
Previous
P. Fn-18
C. Fn-11-2: Auto AF point sel.
2
Top
0
Disable
P. Fn-19
1
Enable
Set continuous
shooting speed
0
Normal
1
Multi-controller direct
P. Fn-20
Number of continuous shots
2
Quick Control Dial direct
0
Evaluative
P. Fn-21
Quiet, delayed
shutter movement
1
Average
0
1st-curtain sync.
P. Fn-23
Time length for timers
1
2nd-curtain sync.
P. Fn-24
LCD panel illumination
ON during B
P. Fn-25
Default settings when cleared
P. Fn-26
Shortened release time lag
P. Fn-27
Reversed direction of dials
P. Fn-28
Exposure compensation canceled
E-TTL II
C. Fn-15
Shutter curtain sync.
0
Disable
C. Fn-16
Safety shift in
Av or Tv
1
Enable
C. Fn-17
AF point
activation area
0
Standard
1
Expanded
1
With Shutter Button only
C. Fn-18
LCD display Return to shoot
0
Also with * etc.
0
AF stop
1
AF start
2
AE lock while metering
Focusing Screen
P. Fn-00
EOS-1Ds Mark II
Auto
C. Fn-14
C. Fn-00
Function Description
1
AF point
selection method
Add original
decision data
Personal
Function No.
On
C. Fn-13
C. Fn-20
only)
0
Mirror lockup
C. Fn-19
N
2
C. Fn-12
Lens AF stop
button function
PERSONAL FUNCTION CHART * (EOS-1Ds Mark II and EOS-1D Mark II
3
AF point: M Auto/Auto Center
4
ONE SHOT AI SERVO
5
IS start
0
Off
1
On
0
Ee-A
1
Ee-D
2
Ee-S
1/8000-30 sec. Max. 1/8000-1/250 sec.
Max. f/1.0-72/ Min. f/91-1.4
Register: Press +/– button, then press
button. Select: Press
button.
buLb can’t be registered.
Bracketing with C. Fn-09-2,3 Bracketing seq. is plus-, 0-, and minuscompensation.
Disables the external Speedlite’s built-in AF-assist beam.
Takes a picture automatically when the subject comes to the preset focusing distance.
Camera normally switches to automatic AF point selection
when user dials past peripheral AF points. P. Fn-17 prevents this.
Enables standard horizontal AF point selection together with automatic AF point
selection with C. Fn-11-2.
Adjust continuous shooting speed in
1 fps increments.
High-speed continuous shooting:
8.5/7/6/5/4/3/2 fps
Low-speed continuous shooting:
7/6/5/4/3/2/1 fps
Depending on quality, number of continuous shots might be smaller
than set number.
In single-frame shooting mode, mechanical movement for next frame is done quietly after
shutter button is returned to halfway point from fully depressed position.
6 sec. timer: 0 to 3600 sec.
16 sec. timer: 0 to 3600 sec.
Post-shutter release timer: 0 to 3600 sec.
After bulb exposure starts, press LCD panel illumination button to illuminate LCD panel
until bulb exposure ends.
Exposure, metering, drive, AF, AF point
selection, WB, image size, processing
parameter [STD]/1/2/3, color matrix.
Shooting mode, metering mode,
image-recording quality, AF mode,
AF point selection, drive mode, WB,
picture style, color space.
The shutter release time lag becomes shorter than
55 ms when the aperture stops down by fewer than
3 stops (40 ms at maximum aperture).
Main Dial only
Quick Control Dial only
Both dials
P. Fn-30
P. Fn-31
Set
switch to also be
effective for
Add original decision data
Exposure compensation is done with +/– and
When the Quick Control Dial switch is OFF, both
.
will be disabled.
For use with Data Verification Kit DVK-E2.
With P. Fn-31 on, card writing takes longer than with P. Fn-31 off.
*P.Fn–11, 12, 13, 14, 22, and 29 have been excluded.
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SYSTEM CHART
ST-E2
220EX
430EX
580EX
Macro Ring Lite
MR-14EX
Anti-Fog
Eyepiece Ec
(1D series only)
Macro Twin Lite
MT-24EX
Remote
Switch
RS-80N3
Timer Remote
Controller
TC-80N3
Bundled
Accessories
Rubber Frame Ec
(1D series only)
Wireless
Controller
LC-5
SD Card
CF Card (1D-series only)
Ni-MH Pack NP-E3
DC Coupler Kit DCK-E1
Eyepiece Extender
EP-EX15
Ni-MH Charger NC-E2
EyeCup Ec-II
(1Ds/1D)
Rubber Frame Eb
(5D only)
EyeCup Eb
(5D only )
CF Card reader
Focusing Screen
Ee-A
(5D only)
PC card adapter
Data Verification Kit
PC card slot
Strap L5
EOS Digital
Solution Disk
E-series Dioptric
Adjustment Lenses
EOS-1Ds Mark II
EOS-1D Mark II N
Personal computer
Windows XP
(Home Edition/Professional)
USB port
Windows 2000 Professional
Windows ME
Windows 98 Second Edition
IEEE 1394 port Mac OS X
Software Instruction
Manual (PDF)
CR2025
Lithium Battery
Wireless LAN adapter
Ethernet port
Interface Cable
IFC-200D4
(Mark II series only)
Hand Strap E1
(1D only)
Angle Finder C
Extended Range
Antenna ERA-E1
Interface Cable
IFC-400PCU
Focusing Screen
Ee-D
Ee-S
(5D only)
Wireless File Transmitter
WFT-E1A
Wide Strap
EW-100DGR
EOS 5D
Wireless LAN
access point
Video Cable
VC-100
Date/time CR2016
Lithium Battery
Battery Charger
CG-580 or CG-5L
Battery Pack
BP-511A
PictBridge compatible printer
(1D Mark II N only)
Battery Grip
BG-E4
Focusing Screen Ec
Interface Cable
IFC-200D4
IFC-450D4
IFC-200D44
IFC-450D44
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AC Adapter DC Coupler
DR-400
AC-E2
AC Adapter Kit
ACK-E2
Battery Pack
BP-511A, BP-514
Car Battery
Cable
CB-570
Battery Compact power
Charger
Adapter
CG-570
CA-570
Compact power
Adapter
CA-PS400
CP/SELPHY CP printer
PIXMA printer
Canon EF Lenses
TV-Video
TV-Video
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