Canon 10D Digital Camera User Manual

EOS Utility Instruction Manual
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Contents
Table of Contents
Canon Utilities
Introduction
Introduction
EOS Utility 1.0
Downloading Images from the Camera
Compatible Models
EOS-1D Mark II N
EOS 5D
EOS-1Ds Mark II
EOS 30D
EOS-1D Mark II
EOS 20D
EOS-1Ds
EOS 10D
EOS-1D
EOS DIGITAL REBEL XT/350D DIGITAL
EOS DIGITAL REBEL/300D DIGITAL
Setting the Cameras other than the
EOS-1D Series Cameras
Setting the EOS-1D Series Cameras
Remote Shooting
Setting the Cameras
other than the EOS-1D
Series Cameras
Setting the EOS-1D
Series Cameras
Remote Shooting
EOS D60
EOS D30
Troubleshooting
Troubleshooting
Index
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Downloading Images
from the Camera
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Contents
Introduction
1
2
3
4
Downloading Images
from the Camera
Setting the Cameras
other than the EOS-1D
Series Cameras
Setting the EOS-1D
Series Cameras
Remote Shooting
Troubleshooting
Index
Introduction
This chapter includes information on the precautions to be read before using
EOS Utility, how to use this Instruction Manual, the system requirements and
the supported image types. It also explains the software features and
configuration.
O Click on the item to display its page.
About This Manual ............................................................................................................ 0-1
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System Requirements....................................................................................................... 0-1
Compatible Models and Supported Images .................................................................... 0-1
How to Use This Instruction Manual................................................................................ 0-2
Introduction
Software Main Features and Configuration .................................................................... 0-3
About This Manual
Thank you for purchasing this Canon product.
Precautions for using this product safely and icons to help you with procedures, etc. are
described at the beginning of this Instruction Manual. Please be sure to read these first before
proceeding to the information in the other chapters.
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Instruction Manual.
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from the actual software.
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should notice any errors or omissions, please contact a Canon Service Center.
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for the outcome of the operation of the software.
System Requirements
OS
Windows XP (Professional/Home Edition), Windows 2000
Computer
Computer with one of the above OS preinstalled and a USB port as a
standard feature or an OHCI-compliant IEEE1394 port
* Upgraded machines not supported.
CPU
750MHz Pentium III or higher
RAM
Minimum 256MB
Interface
USB 1.1 to 2.0 Hi-Speed or IEEE1394
Display
Screen resolution: 1024 x 768 pixels or more
Color quality: Medium (16 bit) or more
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the United States and/or other countries.
O Other names and products not mentioned above may be registered trademarks or
trademarks of their respective companies.
Remote Shooting
This software supports the following cameras and images.
Supported Cameras
EOS-1D Mark II N
Supported Images
EOS 30D
EOS-1Ds Mark II
EOS 20D
EOS-1D Mark II
EOS 10D
EOS-1Ds
EOS DIGITAL REBEL XT/350D DIGITAL
EOS-1D
EOS DIGITAL REBEL/300D DIGITAL
EOS 5D
EOS D60
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Setting the Cameras
other than the EOS-1D
Series Cameras
Setting the EOS-1D
Series Cameras
Compatible Models and Supported Images
Trademark Acknowledgments
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2
3
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Downloading Images
from the Camera
Troubleshooting
RAW and JPEG images
shot with the camera on
the left
Index
EOS D30
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How to Use This Instruction Manual
Click to move to the
beginning of each chapter.
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Square brackets [ ] are used to indicate items such as menu names, button names and
window names that appear on the computer screen.
Introduction
1
2
3
4
Downloading Images
from the Camera
Setting the Cameras
other than the EOS-1D
Series Cameras
Setting the EOS-1D
Series Cameras
Click to move to the previous page.
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that you will find helpful.
Remote Shooting
Click to move to the next page.
Click to return to previously displayed page.
O In this manual, Windows XP Professional/Home Edition is referred to as “Windows XP”
and Windows 2000 Professional is referred to as “Windows 2000”.
O For more information on the restrictions of EOS Utility, refer also to the source listed
below.
Readme: Click the [Start] button X select [All Programs] ([Programs] in Windows 2000)
X [Canon Utilities] X [EOS Utility] X [EOS Utility Readme].
: Marks information that should be read before
use to prevent problems that would interfere
with the functioning of software and computer.
Reference page numbers are indicated in blue
either in brackets ( ) or within text. Click on the
page number to move to the corresponding page.
O The camera name is shown in the screens as “EOS XXX”.
O Descriptions of camera operations assume that the reader is familiar with the
information in the camera’s Instruction Manual.
O In this manual, the screens used in the examples are from Windows XP.
O Text inside < > in this document indicates the keys on the keyboard and camera button
names.
O X in this document indicates the sequence of
operation as shown on the right.
Example: [View] menu X [Display Size] X [Large]
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Troubleshooting
Index
Software Main Features and Configuration
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Canon Digital Camera software having the following features and functions is stored
on the EOS DIGITAL Solution Disk. Operation is done as shown on this page together with
each software application, centered around EOS Utility.
: Shows the shot image flow.
: Shows software windows and descriptions of operation explained in this manual.
: Shows the camera control information from the software.
: Shows the Digital Photo Professional and ZoomBrowser EX windows and description of each operation.
Introduction
EOS Utility (Software for the Camera)
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2
3
4
Downloading Images
from the Camera
O Communicates with the camera to
Download image
(p.1-6)
Camera settings
(p.2-1, p.3-1)
Remote shooting
(p.4-1)
download to your computer images saved
on the memory card inside your camera,
and can transfer images to Digital Photo
Professional or ZoomBrowser EX (p.1-6).
O You can download multiple images in a
single operation, display images as a list
and download only selected images (p.1-6
to p.1-7).
O You can perform various settings for your
camera (p.2-1, p.3-1).
O You can shoot photos by controlling the
camera from your computer and download
images to your computer (p.4-1).
Setting the Cameras
other than the EOS-1D
Series Cameras
Setting the EOS-1D
Series Cameras
Transfer downloaded images (p.1-6)
Transfer remotely shot images (p.4-1)
Remote Shooting
Digital Photo Professional (RAW Image Viewing and Editing Software)
O Software recommended if you
mainly shoot RAW images.
Coupled with high-speed display
and processing of RAW images,
you can edit RAW images with a
variety of adjustment functions.
(You can also display and edit
JPEG images.)
For detailed instructions on Digital
Photo Professional, refer to the
“Digital Photo Professional
Instruction Manual”.
ZoomBrowser EX (Image Viewing and Editing Software)
O Software recommended if you
mainly shoot JPEG images and
can perform a standard workflow
(procedure) of downloading,
viewing, editing, and printing
images.
For detailed instructions on
ZoomBrowser EX, refer to the
“ZoomBrowser EX Instruction
Manual”.
Troubleshooting
Index
0-3
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Downloading Images from the Camera
This chapter explains preparations necessary to download images from your
camera to your computer, and downloading methods. It also explains how to
download images using a third-party card reader.
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O Click on the item to display its page.
Prepare to Download Images ........................................................................... 1-2
Setting a Camera with [Communication] Settings........................................... 1-2
Introduction
Connect the Camera and the Computer and then Start EOS Utility ............. 1-3
Connecting a Camera other than an EOS-1D Series Camera to Your Computer.. 1-3
Connecting an EOS-1D Series Camera to Your Computer ............................ 1-4
Precautions When Connecting the Camera and Computer............................ 1-5
Downloading Images from Your Camera ........................................................ 1-6
Downloading All the Images in a Single Operation......................................... 1-6
Downloading Images to Your Computer by Operating the Camera................ 1-6
Downloading Selected Images ....................................................................... 1-7
Downloading JPEG Images Using the PTP Function .................................... 1-8
Downloading for Cameras other than the EOS-1D Series Cameras .............. 1-8
Downloading with EOS-1D Series Cameras................................................... 1-8
Precautions for the PTP Function ................................................................... 1-9
Downloading Images Using Your Card Reader .............................................. 1-9
Transferring the Images in a Specified Folder ............................................. 1-10
Specifying Preferences................................................................................... 1-10
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2
3
4
Downloading Images
from the Camera
Setting the Cameras
other than the EOS-1D
Series Cameras
Setting the EOS-1D
Series Cameras
Remote Shooting
Troubleshooting
Index
1-1
Prepare to Download Images
Setting a Camera with [Communication] Settings
For a camera with [Communication] included as a menu function, you can communicate with
EOS Utility to download images to your computer by selecting a [Communication] setting.
O The setting on this page is necessary for the EOS 5D, EOS 30D, EOS 20D, EOS 10D,
EOS DIGITAL REBEL XT/350D DIGITAL and EOS DIGITAL REBEL/300D DIGITAL.
O For cameras other than the above, it is not necessary to perform settings for the
camera. Continue with the procedure in “Connect the Camera and the Computer and
then Start EOS Utility” (p.1-3).
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2
Check that the camera is not connected to the computer and then
set the camera’s power switch to <ON>.
O When setting the [Communication], always ensure that the camera is not connected
to the computer beforehand. Setting the [Communication] while the camera is
connected to the computer will cause camera and software malfunctions.
O When using the EOS 5D or EOS DIGITAL REBEL XT/350D DIGITAL, the remote
shooting function and camera setting function in EOS Utility cannot be used if the
camera’s [Communication] is set to [Print/PTP].
O When using the EOS 30D, the camera and EOS Utility cannot communicate if the
camera’s [Communication] is set to [LAN (WFT-E1)].
O When using the EOS 20D, EOS 10D or EOS DIGITAL REBEL/300D DIGITAL, the
camera and EOS Utility cannot communicate if the camera’s [Communication] is set
to [PTP].
O With the EOS 10D, you must change the firmware to version 2.0.0 or later. For details
on changing, refer to the Canon’s web site.
Set the camera’s [Communication].
O With the EOS 30D, set [
in menu to [Print/PC].
Communication]
Operation window in the EOS 30D
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2
3
4
Downloading Images
from the Camera
Setting the EOS-1D
Series Cameras
[Communication] settings for different cameras
Camera model
Menu
[
Communication]
[PC connect.]
O EOS 30D
[
Communication]
[Print/PC]
O EOS 20D
[
Communication]
[Normal]
[Communication]
Remote Shooting
Setting
O EOS 5D
O EOS 10D
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Introduction
Setting the Cameras
other than the EOS-1D
Series Cameras
About the PTP Setting
When using Windows XP, you can also download JPEG images that use the PTP (Picture
Transfer Protocol) function (p.1-8).
O Set the [Communication] for other
cameras in the same procedure as the
EOS 30D, using the following for a
reference.
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Troubleshooting
[Normal]
O EOS DIGITAL REBEL XT/350D DIGITAL
[
Communication]
[PC connection]
O EOS DIGITAL REBEL/300D DIGITAL
[
Communication]
[Normal]
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Press the <
> button to switch the LCD monitor display off
and then set the camera’s power switch to <OFF>.
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Connect the Camera and the Computer and then Start EOS Utility
Connecting a Camera other than an EOS-1D Series Camera to Your Computer
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Set the camera’s power switch to <ON>.
Connection procedure for the EOS 5D, EOS 30D, EOS 20D, EOS 10D, EOS DIGITAL
REBEL XT/350D DIGITAL, EOS DIGITAL REBEL/300D DIGITAL, EOS D60 and EOS D30
Before downloading images to your computer or specifying the camera settings, you must
connect the camera to your computer with the interface cable supplied with the camera.
You can connect the camera while your computer is running.
O For instructions on connecting EOS-1D series cameras and your computer, refer to the next
page.
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Introduction
O Plug the cable into the USB port.
O Refer to the computer User’s Manual for
information on the terminal areas.
Setting the Cameras
other than the EOS-1D
Series Cameras
¿ [EOS Utility] starts up and main window is displayed, the camera is ready to
communicate with your computer.
Proceed to “Downloading Images from Your Camera” (p.1-6) continuously.
2
Plug the dedicated cable into your camera.
O Face the <
> mark on the plug to the
front of the camera and connect the plug
to the camera’s <
> terminal.
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2
3
4
Downloading Images
from the Camera
Plug the dedicated cable into the computer.
O When the camera selection window appears, select the connected camera and then
[EOS Utility] will start up.
O The above window shows information displayable when EOS 30D is connected. The
displayed information varies depending on the camera model connected.
O If the dialog box on the right appears, select [Canon
EOS Utility Downloads images from EOS camera] and
then click the [OK] button to start [EOS Utility].
O If [EOS Utility] does not start, double-click the [EOS
Utility] icon on the desktop or click the [Start] button X
select [All Programs] ([Programs] in Windows 2000) X
[Canon Utilities] X [EOS Utility] X [EOS Utility].
Setting the EOS-1D
Series Cameras
Remote Shooting
Troubleshooting
Index
1-3
Connecting an EOS-1D Series Camera to Your Computer
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Set the camera’s power switch to <ON>.
Connection procedure for the EOS-1D Mark II N, EOS-1Ds Mark II, EOS-1D Mark II, EOS1Ds and EOS-1D
Before downloading images to your computer or specifying the camera settings, you must
connect the camera to your computer with the dedicated IEEE1394 interface cable supplied
with the camera. You can connect the camera while your computer is running.
O For instructions on connecting cameras other than the EOS-1D series cameras and your
computer, refer to the previous page.
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Introduction
O Plug the cable into the IEEE1394 port.
O Refer to the computer User’s Manual for
information on the terminal areas.
Setting the Cameras
other than the EOS-1D
Series Cameras
¿ [EOS Utility] starts up and main window is displayed, the camera is ready to
communicate with your computer. Proceed to “Downloading Images from Your
Camera” (p.1-6) continuously.
O When the camera selection window appears, select the connected camera and then
[EOS Utility] will start up.
2
Plug the dedicated cable into your camera.
O For cameras supplied with the cable
protector, attach the cable protector to the
camera, and then follow the procedure
below to connect the dedicated cable.
O Make sure the <
> mark on the plug is
facing the top of the camera and then
connect the plug to the camera’s
<
> terminal.
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2
3
4
Downloading Images
from the Camera
Plug the dedicated cable into the computer.
O The above window shows information displayable when EOS-1D Mark II N is
connected. The displayed information varies depending on the camera model
connected.
Setting the EOS-1D
Series Cameras
O If the dialog box on the right appears, select [Canon
EOS Utility Downloads images from EOS camera] and
then click the [OK] button to start [EOS Utility].
O If [EOS Utility] does not start, double-click the [EOS
Utility] icon on the desktop or click the [Start] button X
select [All Programs] ([Programs] in Windows 2000) X
[Canon Utilities] X [EOS Utility] X [EOS Utility].
Remote Shooting
Troubleshooting
Index
1-4
Precautions When Connecting the Camera and Computer
O You cannot communicate with the camera when you are displaying images through
the camera’s LCD monitor. Always connect the camera and your computer after
turning off the display in the LCD monitor.
O While the camera and your computer are communicating, the camera’s LCD panel
may blink.
O Use only the dedicated cable.
O With EOS-1D series cameras, if you connect the plug of the dedicated cable into the
computer’s IEEE1394 port in the reverse direction, the camera or the computer may
break down. Confirm that the shape of the plug and the shape of the IEEE1394 port
match before connecting.
O With EOS-1D series cameras, you cannot communicate with EOS Utility even if you
connect the USB interface cable supplied with the camera.
O Push the plug firmly all the way into the socket. Loose connections can cause faults
or malfunctions.
O Do not connect the camera to your computer via a hub. If you do so, the camera may
not operate correctly.
O If you connect multiple USB or IEEE1394 devices (excluding mouse and keyboard) to
your computer, the camera may not operate correctly. Disconnect from your
computer any USB devices and IEEE1394 connection devices other than the
camera.
O Operation of the Auto power off function will automatically switch the camera off,
disabling to communicate with your computer. Set the Auto power off function to
[OFF] in advance. For more details, refer to the camera’s Instruction Manual supplied
with the camera.
O Do not connect more than one camera to the same computer. The connections may
not operate correctly.
O The camera cannot communicate correctly with multiple softwares. Use one software
to communicate with the camera.
O When unplugging the dedicated cable, be sure to grip the sides of the plug as you pull
it out.
* If you are using the EOS D60 or EOS D30, pull the plug while pressing the <PUSH>
button on it.
O If you do not perform any operation while the camera and computer are connected, a
confirmation message may appear on the computer screen asking whether you wish
to continue communicating with the camera for some computer systems. If you do not
perform any operation even after this message appears, the communication with the
camera is terminated. To re-establish the communication, press the shutter button
down halfway or set the camera’s power switch to <OFF> and then back to <ON>.
O Do not put your computer to sleep while it is connected to the camera.
If your computer goes into the sleep mode, never disconnect the dedicated cable while
your computer is still in the sleep mode. Always wake your computer up while it is
connected to the camera. On some types of computer, disconnecting the dedicated
cable while your computer is in sleep mode could prevent the computer from waking
up correctly. Refer to the computer User’s Manual for more information on sleep
mode.
O When you connect the camera and your computer, it is recommended that you use
the AC Adapter Kit (optional) for the EOS 5D, EOS 30D, EOS 20D, EOS 10D, EOS
DIGITAL REBEL XT/350D DIGITAL, EOS DIGITAL REBEL/300D DIGITAL, the DC
Coupler supplied with the camera for the EOS D60 and EOS D30, and the DC
Coupler Kit supplied with the camera for EOS-1D series cameras.
O When connecting the EOS-1D series camera and a computer with a 4-pin type
IEEE1394 port, use the EOS-1D series dedicated Canon interface cable (optional) 4pin/4-pin type for the EOS-1D Mark II N, EOS-1Ds Mark II and EOS-1D Mark II, and a
4-pin/6-pin type for the EOS-1Ds and EOS-1D.
O When using the dedicated cable supplied with the EOS-1Ds or EOS-1D, either plug
(6-pin type) can be connected to the computer or your camera.
O When connecting the dedicated cable to the EOS D60 or EOS D30, insert it with the
< X> mark on the plug matched with the < X> mark on the <
> terminal.
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Introduction
1
2
3
4
Downloading Images
from the Camera
Setting the Cameras
other than the EOS-1D
Series Cameras
Setting the EOS-1D
Series Cameras
Remote Shooting
Troubleshooting
Index
1-5
Downloading Images from Your Camera
Downloading All the Images in a Single Operation
Downloading Images to Your Computer by Operating the Camera
You can download to your computer all the images saved on a memory card in the camera, in a
single operation. You can follow this same procedure when downloading images using a thirdparty card reader (p.1-9).
With cameras that have the direct image transfer function, you can download to your computer
images saved in your camera’s memory card by operating the camera. For detailed instructions
on the direct image transfer function, refer to the camera’s Instruction Manual supplied with
your camera.
O This function is compatible with the EOS 30D.
Click the [Starts to download images] button.
¿ The [Save File] dialog box appears and
the images are downloaded to the
computer.
1
2
¿ The downloaded images are sorted in
folders by shot date, and are saved in the
[My Pictures] folder on the computer.
O When all the images have been
downloaded, the ZoomBrowser EX starts
up and the downloaded images are
displayed. For further instructions, refer to
the ZoomBrowser EX Instruction Manual.
Perform direct image transfer on the camera.
¿ The images from the camera are saved to the computer.
O When all the images have been downloaded, ZoomBrowser EX starts up and the
downloaded images are displayed. For further instructions, refer to the ZoomBrowser
EX Instruction Manual.
You can change the software that starts up when you download images, from
ZoomBrowser EX to Digital Photo Professional (p.1-10).
O To exit EOS Utility, click the [Quit] button.
O When disconnecting the interface cable
from the camera and computer, be sure to
exit EOS Utility and then set the camera’s
power switch to <OFF> before
disconnecting the cable.
Connect the camera and the computer and then start EOS Utility
(p.1-3).
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Introduction
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2
3
4
Downloading Images
from the Camera
Setting the Cameras
other than the EOS-1D
Series Cameras
Setting the EOS-1D
Series Cameras
The above window shows information
displayable when EOS 30D is connected.
The displayed information varies depending
on the camera model connected.
Remote Shooting
In the preferences, only images downloaded for the first time are downloaded and saved
in the [My Pictures] folder (you cannot download images previously downloaded). You
can change the image download type or the save destination in the dialog box (p.1-10)
that appears when you click the [Preferences] button.
Troubleshooting
You can change the software that starts up when you download images, from
ZoomBrowser EX to Digital Photo Professional (p.1-10). However, if you have
downloaded images following “Downloading Images Using Your Card Reader” (p.1-9),
the software that can start up is limited to ZoomBrowser EX.
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Downloading Selected Images
You can display the images saved on a memory card in the camera, select the images you
want and download them to your computer. You can follow this same procedure when
downloading images using a third-party card reader (p.1-9).
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You can select the folder of the
image displayed in the window.
You can select images
by condition.
Downloads the
images to
computer.
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You can select the size of the displayed image.
You can show/hide the image frame.
You can show/hide the image information display area.
Starts the ZoomBrowser EX.
Deletes the image.
Click the [Lets you select and download images] button.
Introduction
The display switches to
the camera settings
window (p.2-2, p.3-2).
¿ The image download window appears and
the images on the memory card are
displayed.
Displays the histogram
(brightness distribution).
[Bright.] is the brightness
display, and [RGB] is the
RGB display.
Displays basic shooting
information.
Image information
display area
Displays detailed
shooting information.
Displayed on RAW+JPEG images.
2
Select the images to download.
O Click the target image.
O To select multiple images, hold down the <Ctrl> key and click the images.
3
4
O To select sequential images, click the first image and then hold down the <Shift> key
and click the last image.
Setting the Cameras
other than the EOS-1D
Series Cameras
Setting the EOS-1D
Series Cameras
Displayed on images that are protected.
Displayed on RAW images.
The above window shows information
displayable when EOS 30D is connected.
The displayed information varies depending
on the camera model connected.
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2
3
4
Downloading Images
from the Camera
Click the [Download Images] button.
¿ The [Download image] dialog box appears.
Remote Shooting
Specify the save destination and then click the [OK] button.
¿ The [Save File] dialog box appears and the images are saved in the specified folder.
O When all the images have been downloaded, the ZoomBrowser EX starts up and the
downloaded images are displayed. For further instructions, refer to the ZoomBrowser
EX Instruction Manual.
O When switching to the main window, select the [Window] menu X [Main Window].
Troubleshooting
O To exit EOS Utility, click the [File] menu X [Exit].
O When disconnecting the interface cable from the camera and computer, be sure to
exit EOS Utility and then set the camera’s power switch to <OFF> before
disconnecting the cable.
O
O
O
O
[ ] is displayed on images previously downloaded to your computer.
[ ] is displayed on images shot with AEB.
With the EOS-1D series cameras, a [ ] is displayed on images with sound recorded.
You can change the software that starts up when you download images, from
ZoomBrowser EX to Digital Photo Professional (p.1-10). However, if you have
downloaded images following “Downloading Images Using Your Card Reader”
(p.1-9), the software that can start up is limited to ZoomBrowser EX.
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Downloading JPEG Images Using the PTP Function
Downloading for Cameras other than the EOS-1D Series Cameras
Downloading with EOS-1D Series Cameras
Downloading method for the EOS 5D, EOS 30D, EOS 20D, EOS 10D, EOS DIGITAL
REBEL XT/350D DIGITAL and EOS DIGITAL REBEL/300D DIGITAL
When using Windows XP, you can use the PTP (Picture Transfer Protocol) function. When you
set the camera’s [Communication] and use the PTP function, you can download to your
computer JPEG images saved in your camera’s memory card without having to use EOS Utility.
O This function is compatible with the EOS 5D, EOS 30D, EOS 20D, EOS 10D, EOS
DIGITAL REBEL XT/350D DIGITAL and EOS DIGITAL REBEL/300D DIGITAL.
Downloading method for the EOS-1D Mark II N, EOS-1Ds Mark II and EOS-1D Mark II
When using Windows XP, you can use the PTP (Picture Transfer Protocol) function by
connecting the supplied USB interface cable to the camera’s direct print terminal. By using the
PTP function, you can download to your computer JPEG images saved in your camera’s
memory card without having to use EOS Utility.
O This function is compatible with the EOS-1D Mark II N, EOS-1Ds Mark II and EOS-1D
Mark II.
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2
1
Check that the camera and the computer are not connected and
then set the camera’s power switch to <ON>.
Set the camera’s [Communication].
O Plug the cable into the USB port.
O Refer to the computer User’s Manual for
information on the terminal areas.
Menu
Setting
[
Communication]
[Print/PTP]
O EOS 30D
[
Communication]
[Print/PC]
O EOS 20D
[
Communication]
[PTP]
O EOS 10D
[Communication]
[PTP]
O EOS DIGITAL REBEL XT/350D DIGITAL
[
Communication]
[Print/PTP]
O EOS DIGITAL REBEL/300D DIGITAL
[
Communication]
[PTP]
3
4
Press the <
> button to switch the LCD monitor display off
and then set the camera’s power switch to <OFF>.
5
6
Select [Microsoft Scanner and Camera Wizard] and click the [OK]
button.
Connect the camera to the computer and set the camera’s power
switch to <ON> (p.1-3).
¿ The window for selecting the software to use for downloading the images is
displayed.
¿ The [Scanner and Camera Wizard] dialog box appears.
Download images as directed in the [Scanner and Camera
Wizard] dialog box.
O With the PTP function, you cannot download RAW images.
O With the EOS 10D, you must change the firmware to version 2.0.0 or later. For details
on changing, refer to the Canon’s web site.
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2
3
4
Setting the Cameras
other than the EOS-1D
Series Cameras
[Communication] settings for different cameras
Camera model
Introduction
Downloading Images
from the Camera
Plug the dedicated cable into the computer.
O Set the [Communication] for cameras in the same procedure as the “Setting a
Camera with [Communication] Settings” (p.1-2), using the following for a reference.
O EOS 5D
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Series Cameras
Plug the dedicated cable into your camera.
O Face the plug’s <
> mark towards the
bottom of the camera and then connect
the plug to the camera’s direct print
terminal.
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3
4
5
Set the camera’s power switch to <ON>.
Troubleshooting
¿ The window for selecting the software to use for downloading the images is
displayed.
Select [Microsoft Scanner and Camera Wizard] and click the [OK]
button.
¿ The [Scanner and Camera Wizard] dialog box appears.
Download images as directed in the [Scanner and Camera
Wizard] dialog box.
O If you want to use the PTP function, connect with the USB interface cable supplied
with the camera.
O With the PTP function, you cannot download RAW images.
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Precautions for the PTP Function
Due to Windows XP specifications, you may experience the following restrictions with
the PTP function. We recommend downloading shot images using EOS Utility (p.1-6).
• RAW images cannot be downloaded.
(Even if RAW images are displayed, they cannot be downloaded.)
• When a memory card in the camera contains both RAW images and JPEG images,
you may not be able to download the JPEG images.
• Shooting information for downloaded images may be altered or deleted.
• Images cannot be downloaded if there is a large quantity of images in the camera
(approximately 1,000 images).
• It may take several minutes after connecting the camera and your computer until the
PTP function is operational.
• Vertically shot images become horizontal when downloaded, or an image does not
rotate even if you use the Rotate command.
In addition to the above restrictions, you may not be able to download images correctly
depending on your OS version and computer environment.
Downloading Images Using Your Card Reader
You can also download images to the computer using a third-party card reader.
1
2
Select [View/Download Images using Canon CameraWindow] and
then click the [OK] button.
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¿ CameraWindow MC (Image downloading
software for card readers) starts up.
Introduction
1
2
3
4
Downloading Images
from the Camera
3
Click the [Starts to download images] button or [Lets you select
and download images] button.
O To continue, you can download images
using the same procedure as in
“Downloading All the Images in a Single
Operation” (p.1-6) and “Downloading
Selected Images” (p.1-7).
Setting the Cameras
other than the EOS-1D
Series Cameras
Setting the EOS-1D
Series Cameras
Load the card into the card reader.
¿ The dialog box in step 2 appears.
Remote Shooting
O If the dialog box in step 2 does not appear,
click the [Start] button X select [All
Programs] ([Programs] in Windows 2000)
X [Canon Utilities] X [CameraWindow] X
[CameraWindowMC] X [CameraWindow].
Troubleshooting
O Depending on the card reader you are using, you may not be able to download
images.
O When downloading images using your card reader, the software that can start up is
limited to ZoomBrowser EX.
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O For information on connecting the card reader to your computer, refer to the card
reader User’s Manual.
O When downloading images to your computer using a third-party card reader without
using Canon software such as EOS Utility or CameraWindow, refer to “Folder
Structure and File Names” (p.5-4) and copy to your computer the folder with the shot
images.
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Transferring the Images in a Specified Folder
By inserting images in a transfer origin folder, the images can be transferred to the transfer
destination folder and displayed in Digital Photo Professional or ZoomBrowser EX.
In addition, when using the EOS dedicated Wireless Transmitter WFT-E1/E1A (optional), by
specifying the folder where the shot images will be saved, you can check the shot images in
Digital Photo Professional or ZoomBrowser EX in real time.
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Click the [Monitor Folder] button.
¿ The [Monitor Folder] dialog box appears.
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4
Click the [
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¿ Image transfer preparation is complete.
Insert images in the transfer origin folder.
¿ Images are transferred to the transfer destination folder, and ZoomBrowser EX starts
up.
You cannot make the transfer origin folder and the transfer destination folder the same
folder.
You can change the software that starts up when images are transferred, from
ZoomBrowser EX to Digital Photo Professional, in the [Preferences] as described next.
You can perform various EOS Utility settings.
The above window shows information
displayable when EOS 30D is connected.
The displayed information varies depending
on the camera model connected.
2
Click the [Preferences] button in the main window (p.1-6).
Setting the EOS-1D
Series Cameras
¿ The [Preferences] dialog box appears.
Specify desired settings and click the [OK] button.
¿ The settings are applied to the EOS Utility.
Set the transfer origin folder and the transfer destination folder.
Remote Shooting
Monitoring of the folder specified
as the transfer origin is cancelled.
Monitoring of the folder
specified as the
transfer origin begins.
1
2
3
4
Downloading Images
from the Camera
Setting the Cameras
other than the EOS-1D
Series Cameras
Specifying Preferences
1
2
Introduction
Close the [Monitor Folder]
dialog box to return to the
main window.
Troubleshooting
Click the [Browse] button
and in the dialog box that
appears, select the
transfer origin folder.
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Click the [Change] button
and in the dialog box that
appears, select the
transfer destination folder.
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This chapter explains the functions that can be set in the EOS 5D, EOS 30D,
O Click on the item to display its page.
EOS 20D, EOS 10D, EOS DIGITAL REBEL XT/350D DIGITAL, EOS
Basic Settings.................................................................................................... 2-2
DIGITAL REBEL/300D DIGITAL, EOS D60 and EOS D30.
Shot Settings ..................................................................................................... 2-3
Introduction
Picture Style.................................................................................................... 2-3
For instructions on connecting your camera and computer, and for how to start EOS
Utility, refer to Chapter 1 (p.1-3).
White Balance Adjustment.............................................................................. 2-5
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2
3
4
Downloading Images
from the Camera
Setting the Cameras
other than the EOS-1D
Series Cameras
Setting the EOS-1D
Series Cameras
Remote Shooting
Troubleshooting
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Basic Settings
You can perform settings on the camera, such as setting the camera owner’s name and setting
the date and time.
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3
¿ The settings are applied to the camera.
Click the [Camera settings/Remote shooting] button.
¿ The camera settings window appears.
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Select the item to be set and specify the settings.
You can show/hide the shot
settings window (p.2-3).
The display switches to the
image download window (p.1-7).
You can set the camera’s
date and time.
The camera’s firmware
version is displayed, and
you can perform updates.
Displays the various
camera information.
Introduction
You can show/hide the basic
settings window.
You can enter up to 31
characters and register the
camera owner’s name.
You can initialize the
memory card in the camera.
Setting the Cameras
other than the EOS-1D
Series Cameras
Closes the window.
Returns to the previous window.
O When switching to the main window, select the [Window] menu X [Main Window].
The above window shows information
displayable when EOS 30D is connected.
The displayed information varies depending
on the camera model connected.
2
Click [
].
¿ The basic settings window appears.
O Click again to close the basic settings
window.
1
2
3
4
Downloading Images
from the Camera
O If you select the [File] menu X [Exit], EOS Utility exits, including the camera settings
window.
O The above window shows information displayable when the EOS 30D is connected.
The displayed information varies depending on the camera model connected.
Initializing a memory card deletes all the data and the data cannot be recovered. Check
carefully before initializing.
Setting the EOS-1D
Series Cameras
Remote Shooting
Troubleshooting
You can shoot photos remotely. For remote
shooting, refer to Chapter 4.
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Shot Settings
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You can apply various shot settings to the camera.
Picture Style
1
2
3
Click the [Camera settings/Remote shooting] button.
¿ The camera settings wiindow appears.
Click [
].
¿ The shot settings window appears.
You can select a Picture Style and set it to the camera, or register a Picture Style file,
downloaded from Canon’s web site and saved on your computer, as a user setting in the
camera.
O This function is compatible with the EOS 5D and EOS 30D.
Introduction
Selecting a Picture Style
O Click again to close the shot settings window.
Select the item to be set and specify the settings (p.2-3 to p.2-5).
¿ The settings are applied to the camera.
1
1
2
3
4
Downloading Images
from the Camera
Click [Picture Style].
¿ The [Picture Style] window appears.
You can show/hide the shot
settings window.
The display switches to the
image download window (p.1-7).
2
Displays the various
camera information.
Setting the Cameras
other than the EOS-1D
Series Cameras
You can show/hide the basic
settings window (p.2-2).
Click the Picture Style to be set in the camera.
¿ The settings are applied to the camera,
and the display returns to the shot settings
window.
Setting the EOS-1D
Series Cameras
Closes the window.
Remote Shooting
Returns to the previous window.
O When switching to the main window, select the [Window] menu X [Main Window].
O If you select the [File] menu X [Exit], EOS Utility exits, including the camera settings
window.
Troubleshooting
O The above window shows information displayable when the EOS 30D is connected.
The displayed information varies depending on the camera model connected.
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O You can register up to 3 user settings in your camera.
Detailed Settings
1
2
O When you select [Monochrome] in the [Picture Style] list box, the [Filter effect] and
[Toning effect] list boxes appear.
Click [Picture Style].
O Refer to “Registering the Picture Style” in the camera’s Instruction Manual for
information about using the Picture Style registered in the camera.
¿ The [Picture Style] window appears.
4
5
6
7
Click [Settings].
¿ The [Picture Style setting] dialog box
appears.
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Click the [Apply] button.
¿ The [Confirm settings] dialog box appears.
Confirm the settings and click the [OK] button.
Specify desired settings.
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2
3
4
Downloading Images
from the Camera
¿ The settings are registered in the camera.
Click the [Close] button.
¿ The [Picture Style setting] dialog box closes.
Setting the Cameras
other than the EOS-1D
Series Cameras
Select the specified user setting.
O Following the “Selecting a Picture Style” procedure (p.2-3), select the specified
Picture Style.
¿ The settings are applied to the camera, and the display returns to the shot settings
window.
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Setting the EOS-1D
Series Cameras
A Picture Style file is a file that expands the Picture Style function. For detailed
information on Picture Style file, refer to the Canon’s web site.
Select the Picture Style to be set.
Remote Shooting
If you have selected [User Defined1] to [User
Defined3] in the [Picture Style] list box, you can
click the [Open] button and load a Picture Style
file saved on your computer. You can also
select from the list box the Picture Style that will
become the base style.
Troubleshooting
Drag the slider for each item left or right to set.
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Cancels all the settings and closes the dialog box.
Deletes the selected Picture Style from the camera.
Applies the settings to the camera.
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White Balance Adjustment
You can compensate the white balance and apply it to the camera.
O This function is compatible with the EOS 5D, EOS 30D, EOS 20D and EOS DIGITAL
REBEL XT/350D DIGITAL.
1
2
Introduction
Click [WB SHIFT].
¿ The white balance adjustment window
appears.
1
2
3
4
Downloading Images
from the Camera
Click the compensation position.
Setting the Cameras
other than the EOS-1D
Series Cameras
¿ The settings are applied to the camera.
Compensates green.
Setting the EOS-1D
Series Cameras
Displays the
compensation value.
Compensates blue.
Compensates amber.
Compensates magenta.
3
Click [
Remote Shooting
].
¿ The display returns to the shot settings window.
Troubleshooting
O To revert the corrected values to the original values, follow the procedure in step 2.
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Setting the EOS-1D Series Cameras
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This chapter explains the functions that can be set in the EOS-1D Mark II N,
O Click on the item to display its page.
EOS-1Ds Mark II, EOS-1D Mark II, EOS-1Ds and EOS-1D.
Basic Settings.................................................................................................... 3-2
Shot Settings ..................................................................................................... 3-3
For instructions on connecting your camera and computer, and for how to start EOS
Utility, refer to Chapter 1 (p.1-4).
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Picture Style.................................................................................................... 3-3
Specifying the Personal White Balance .......................................................... 3-5
Specifying the JPEG Quality........................................................................... 3-6
White Balance Adjustment.............................................................................. 3-6
Specifying the Parameters.............................................................................. 3-7
Specifying the Color Matrix ............................................................................. 3-8
Personal Function Settings .............................................................................. 3-8
Description of Personal Functions .................................................................. 3-9
Checking Personal Function Settings ........................................................... 3-14
Saving and Loading Personal Function Settings .......................................... 3-15
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2
3
4
Downloading Images
from the Camera
Setting the Cameras
other than the EOS-1D
Series Cameras
Setting the EOS-1D
Series Cameras
Remote Shooting
Troubleshooting
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3-1
Basic Settings
You can perform settings on the camera, such as setting the camera owner’s name and setting
the date and time.
1
3
¿ The settings are applied to the camera.
Click the [Camera settings/Remote shooting] button.
¿ The camera settings window appears.
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Select the item to be set and specify the settings.
You can show/hide the shot
settings window (p.3-3).
The display switches to the
image download window (p.1-7).
You can set the camera’s
date and time.
Introduction
You can show/hide the basic
settings window.
You can enter up to 31
characters and register the
camera owner’s name.
You can set the Personal
Function (p.3-8).
The above window shows information
displayable when EOS-1D Mark II N is
connected. The displayed information varies
depending on the camera model connected.
2
Click [
].
¿ The basic settings window appears.
O Click again to close the basic settings
window.
Displays the various
camera information.
1
2
3
4
Downloading Images
from the Camera
Setting the Cameras
other than the EOS-1D
Series Cameras
Closes the window.
Returns to the previous window.
O When switching to the main window, select the [Window] menu X [Main Window].
O If you select the [File] menu X [Exit], EOS Utility exits, including the camera settings
window.
O The above window shows information displayable when the EOS-1D Mark II N is
connected. The displayed information varies depending on the camera model
connected.
With the EOS-1Ds and EOS-1D, the [Format] item is displayed and you can initialize the
memory card. Initializing a memory card deletes all the data and the data cannot be
recovered. Check carefully before initializing.
Setting the EOS-1D
Series Cameras
Remote Shooting
Troubleshooting
You can shoot photos remotely. For remote
shooting, refer to Chapter 4.
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Shot Settings
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You can apply various shot settings to the camera.
Picture Style
1
2
3
Click the [Camera settings/Remote shooting] button.
¿ The camera settings window appears.
Click [
].
¿ The shot settings window appears.
You can select a Picture Style and set it to the camera, or register a Picture Style file,
downloaded from Canon’s web site and saved on your computer, as a user setting in the
camera.
O This function is compatible with the EOS-1D Mark II N.
Introduction
Selecting a Picture Style
O Click again to close the shot settings window.
Select the item to be set and specify the settings (p.3-3 to p.3-8).
¿ The settings are applied to the camera.
1
1
2
3
4
Downloading Images
from the Camera
Click [Picture Style].
¿ The [Picture Style] window appears.
You can show/hide the shot
settings window.
The display switches to the
image download window (p.1-7).
Setting the Cameras
other than the EOS-1D
Series Cameras
You can show/hide the basic
settings window (p.3-2).
2
Displays the various
camera information.
Click the Picture Style to be set in the camera.
Setting the EOS-1D
Series Cameras
¿ The settings are applied to the camera,
and the display returns to the shot settings
window.
Closes the window.
Remote Shooting
Returns to the previous window.
O When switching to the main window, select the [Window] menu X [Main Window].
O If you select the [File] menu X [Exit], EOS Utility exits, including the camera settings
window.
Troubleshooting
O The above window shows information displayable when the EOS-1D Mark II N is
connected. The displayed information varies depending on the camera model
connected.
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O You can register up to 3 user settings in your camera.
Detailed Settings
1
2
O When you select [Monochrome] in the [Picture Style] list box, the [Filter effect] and
[Toning effect] list boxes appear.
Click [Picture Style].
O Refer to “Registering the Picture Style” in the camera’s Instruction Manual for
information about using the Picture Style registered in the camera.
¿ The [Picture Style] window appears.
4
5
6
7
Click [Settings].
¿ The [Picture Style setting] dialog box
appears.
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Click the [Apply] button.
¿ The [Confirm settings] dialog box appears.
Confirm the settings and click the [OK] button.
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2
3
4
Downloading Images
from the Camera
¿ The settings are registered in the camera.
Click the [Close] button.
¿ The [Picture Style setting] dialog box closes.
Setting the Cameras
other than the EOS-1D
Series Cameras
Select the specified user setting.
O Following the “Selecting a Picture Style” procedure (p.3-3), select the specified
Picture Style.
¿ The settings are applied to the camera, and the display returns to the shot settings
window.
Setting the EOS-1D
Series Cameras
A Picture Style file is a file that expands the Picture Style function. For detailed
information on Picture Style file, refer to the Canon’s web site.
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Specify desired settings.
Remote Shooting
Select the Picture Style to be set.
If you have selected [User Defined1] to [User
Defined3] in the [Picture Style] list box, you can
click the [Open] button and load a Picture Style
file saved on your computer. You can also
select from the list box the Picture Style that will
become the base style.
Troubleshooting
Drag the slider for each item left or right to set.
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Cancels all the settings and closes the dialog box.
Deletes the selected Picture Style from the camera.
Applies the settings to the camera.
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Specifying the Personal White Balance
3
¿ The [Open] dialog box appears.
Up to 3 white balance files saved with RAW Image Task can be registered in the camera as
personal white balance.
O These functions are compatible with all EOS-1D series cameras.
O For how to save a white balance file with RAW Image Task, refer to “Processing RAW
Images” in the ZoomBrowser EX Instruction Manual.
O When you register a personal white balance file to the camera, <
> to <
> is
displayed on the rear LCD display panel of the camera.
O For more information on setting the personal white balance on the camera, refer to
“Selecting the White Balance” in the camera’s Instruction Manual.
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Click the [Open] button.
Displays the setting status for the
personal white balance registered
on the camera along with their
titles.
Closes the dialog box.
Click [Personal white balance].
¿ The [Personal white balance settings]
dialog box appears.
Setting the Cameras
other than the EOS-1D
Series Cameras
Deletes the selected personal white balance from the camera.
Registers the selected personal white balance settings on the camera.
Select the personal white balance to be registered.
1
2
3
4
Downloading Images
from the Camera
Enter a title for the personal white balance to be registered.
2
Introduction
4
5
6
Open the folder containing the saved white balance file, select the
file, and then click the [Open] button.
7
Click the [Close] button.
¿ The white balance file is loaded.
Enter a title in the [Title] input box.
Click the [Apply to camera] button.
Setting the EOS-1D
Series Cameras
Remote Shooting
¿ The personal white balance file is registered on the camera.
O To register another setting, repeat steps 2 to 6. You can register up to 3 settings
(PC-1, PC-2 and PC-3).
Troubleshooting
¿ The [Personal white balance settings] dialog box closes, and the display returns to
the shot settings window.
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Specifying the JPEG Quality
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White Balance Adjustment
You can specify the JPEG quality and register the settings on the camera.
O This function is compatible with the EOS-1D Mark II N, EOS-1Ds Mark II and EOS-1D
Mark II.
You can compensate the white balance and apply it to the camera.
O This function is compatible with the EOS-1D Mark II N, EOS-1Ds Mark II and EOS-1D
Mark II.
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1
2
Click [JPEG Quality].
¿ The [JPEG Quality] window appears.
Click the setting position.
¿ The settings are applied to the camera.
O Higher values give a lower compression
ratio and higher image quality for any size.
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Click [WB SHIFT].
¿ The white balance adjustment window
appears.
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Click the compensation position.
¿ The settings are applied to the camera.
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Series Cameras
Compensates green.
Displays the
compensation value.
Compensates blue.
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Compensates amber.
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Click [
Compensates magenta.
].
¿ The display returns to the shot settings window.
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Click [
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¿ The display returns to the shot settings window.
O To revert the corrected values to the original values, follow the procedure in step 2.
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Specifying the Parameters
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You can upload sharpness and contrast settings as well as a tone curve file saved with RAW
Image Task and register up to 3 of these in the camera as processing parameters.
O This function is compatible with the EOS-1Ds Mark II, EOS-1D Mark II, EOS-1Ds and
EOS-1D.
O For how to save a tone curve file with RAW Image Task, refer to “Processing RAW Images”
in the ZoomBrowser EX Instruction Manual.
O For more information on setting the processing parameters on the camera, refer to “Setting
the Processing Parameters” in the camera’s Instruction Manual.
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Specify desired settings.
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[Standard]:
The standard tone curve is set.
[User Defined TCD1] to [User Defined
TCD3]:
You can apply the tone curve file saved in
RAW Image Task.
With the EOS-1Ds and EOS-1D, [User
Defined] is displayed and you can select
one tone curve file.
Click the [Add] button and in the dialog box
that appears, select the tone curve file
saved on your computer.
Click [Parameters].
¿ The [Parameters settings] dialog box
appears.
Applies the settings to the camera.
Select a tab to be set.
Drag the slider left or right to specify the sharpness and contrast.
With the EOS-1Ds and EOS-1D, [Sharpness] and [JPEG Quality] are displayed. Select
the item to be set from the list box.
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Closes the dialog box.
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Click the [Apply to Camera] button.
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¿ The [Confirm settings] dialog box appears.
Confirm the settings and click the [OK] button.
¿ The processing parameter is registered on the camera.
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Click the [Close] button.
¿ The [Parameters settings] dialog box closes, and the display returns to the shot
settings window.
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Specifying the Color Matrix
You can set the color matrix. You can also set in the camera up to 2 color matrix ([6CM set1]
and [7CM set2]) that have color space, color saturation and color tone set optionally.
O This function is compatible with the EOS-1Ds Mark II and EOS-1D Mark II.
O For more information on setting the color matrix on the camera, refer to “Selecting the Color
Matrix” in the camera’s Instruction Manual.
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Click [Color matrix].
You can set detailed settings for each function and apply them to the camera. You can also
save the specified settings on your computer and load the saved settings.
O These functions are compatible with all EOS-1D series cameras.
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¿ The [Color matrix] window appears.
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¿ The basic settings window appears.
Click [Personal functions].
¿ The [Personal functions] dialog box
appears.
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Click the color matrix to be set in the camera.
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Select a tab to be set.
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Series Cameras
¿ The settings are applied to the camera,
and the display returns to the shot settings
window.
O For the color space, color saturation and
color tone of [6CM set1] or [7CM set2],
click the [Settings] button and set in the
[Color matrix settings] dialog box that
appears.
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The optional settings [Color space], [Saturation] and [Color tone] in the [Color matrix
settings] dialog box can only be set when [6CM set1] or [7CM set2] is selected in the
[Color matrix] list box.
Loads the details of the Personal
Functions that have been specified on
the camera.
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All data set in each window is cancelled.
Cancels all the settings and closes the
dialog box.
Applies the settings
to the camera.
Applies the settings to the camera
and closes the dialog box.
¿ The selected window appears.
O In the [Combination] tab sheet, you can check the specified Personal Function
settings and the status of whether or not the settings are applied to the camera. You
can also save and load the Personal Function settings (p.3-14, p.3-15).
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Description of Personal Functions
O The
shown in this section provides brief descriptions of the Custom Function Settings
for the respective camera functions. For more details, refer to “Custom Function Settings” in
the camera’s Instruction Manual supplied with the camera.
P.Fn-01
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Disables the shooting modes
O Checkmark the shooting modes you do not want to use.
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O This makes selecting the desired shooting mode faster.
O If you enter a numerical value, values outside the valid range of settings are ignored.
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Check the settings and save them on your computer if necessary
(p.3-14, p.3-15).
Click the [OK] button.
¿ The settings are applied to the camera,
the [Personal functions] dialog box closes,
and the display returns to the basic
settings window.
¿ When a Personal Function is applied to
the camera, < > appears on the LCD
panel.
O With the EOS-1Ds and EOS-1D, [Disable depth-of-field AE] is also displayed.
At least one checkbox must be left unchecked.
P.Fn-02
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Series Cameras
Disables the metering modes
O Checkmark the metering modes you do not want to use.
O Unwanted metering modes can be skipped while you are selecting the metering mode.
O This makes selecting the desired metering mode faster.
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Series Cameras
At least one checkbox must be left unchecked.
P.Fn-03
Specifies the metering mode for manual exposure
O Select the metering mode to be specified.
O You can specify the metering mode to be used in the manual exposure mode.
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O When you set the manual exposure mode, the metering mode selected here will be set
automatically. In the manual exposure mode, this enables you to use a metering mode
different from the one used in the AE modes.
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P.Fn-04
O This makes shutter speed selection faster and prevents a slow-speed sync. in aperturepriority AE mode with the flash.
O If you set the maximum and/or minimum shutter speed to one that is not a full-stop
increment (such as 1/750 sec.), the controllable and settable shutter speed range
might not be as exact as you set it (A slight deviation may occur.). This applies if you
also set Custom Function C.Fn-6-1 and C.Fn-6-2 and set the maximum and/or
minimum shutter speed to one that is not a full-stop increment (such as 1/3200 sec.).
O To ensure that a proper flash sync speed is set in the Program AE mode, a shutter
speed range of 1/200 sec. to 1/80 sec. cannot be set with the EOS-1D Mark II N,
EOS-1Ds Mark II, EOS-1D Mark II and EOS-1Ds, and the range of 1/400 sec. to 1/80
sec. cannot be set with the EOS-1D.
O If safety shift has been enabled (with C.Fn-16), it will override P.Fn-04’s shutter
speed range.
P.Fn-05
Sets the maximum and minimum apertures to be used
O Select the maximum and minimum apertures from the list box.
For example, if you set 1.4 for the largest aperture (minimum f/number) and 8.0 for the
smallest aperture (maximum f/number), the usable aperture range will be f/1.4 to f/8.0.
O You can better control the apertures used by setting the range of usable apertures.
O Specify a minimum aperture value that is smaller than the maximum aperture setting.
If you select a minimum aperture value that is larger than the maximum aperture, a
warning message appears and the setting reverts to the default value.
O If you set the maximum and/or minimum aperture to one that is not a full-stop
increment (such as f/4.5), the controllable and settable aperture range might not be
as exact as you set it (A slight deviation may occur.). This applies if you also set
Custom Function C.Fn-6-1 or C.Fn-6-2 and set the maximum and/or minimum
aperture to one that is not a full-stop increment (such as f/6.3).
O If the largest aperture of the attached lens is smaller than the largest aperture you set
with P.Fn-05, the largest aperture will be set to the lens’ largest aperture. And if the
largest aperture of the attached lens is smaller than the smallest aperture you set with
P.Fn-05, the aperture will be set and fixed to the lens’ largest aperture.
O If safety shift has been enabled (with C.Fn-16), it will override P.Fn-05’s aperture range.
P.Fn-06
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Sets the maximum and minimum shutter speeds to be used
O Select the maximum and minimum shutter speeds from the list box.
For example, if you set 1/2000 sec. as the fastest shutter speed and 1/60 sec. as the
slowest, the shutter speed range will be 1/2000 to 1/60 sec.
Registers and switches the shooting mode and metering mode
O Only while you press the <
> button, you can switch to the preset shooting mode,
exposure setting (such as the aperture for aperture-priority AE), metering mode, and
exposure compensation amount.
O Select settings that are appropriate for each shooting mode.
O The modes and settings are preset with the camera.
O Convenient when you want to instantly select the preset modes and settings to suit a
particular shooting situation such as backlit or front-lit conditions.
P.Fn-06
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Set the shooting mode and shooting mode settings (for
example, aperture setting for aperture-priority AE mode). Then
set the metering mode and exposure compensation amount.
Register the modes and settings.
O First press the <
> button, then press
the <
> button.
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¿ < >appears in the LCD panel,
indicating that the modes and settings
have registered.
O The registered modes and settings can
be modified any number of times.
O To register the modes and settings, first press the <
> button before the <
>
button. If you press the <
> button first, the camera will only select the
registered modes and settings instead.
O Bulb cannot be preset.
O You cannot select the registered modes and settings during continuous shooting.
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O If P.Fn-03 has been set to specify the metering mode for manual exposure, and
P.Fn-06 is used to register the manual exposure mode and a metering mode
different from the one specified with P.Fn-03, you can select the metering mode
specified with P.Fn-03 by pressing the <
> button.
O If P.Fn-04 and/or P.Fn-05 has been set, set the shutter speed and aperture within
the range specified with P.Fn-04 and/or P.Fn-05.
O If the shooting and metering modes you want to set are excluded by the
restrictions in P.Fn-01 and P.Fn-02, those Personal Functions must be disabled.
For information on clearing and resetting Personal Functions, refer to “Clearing
and Resetting Personal Functions” in the camera’s Instruction Manual supplied
with the camera.
O Even if the shooting and metering modes selected by P.Fn-06 are excluded by the
restrictions in P.Fn-01 and P.Fn-02, they are still valid for P.Fn-06.
O If C.Fn-4-1 or C.Fn-4-3 has been set, AF and AE will also take effect when you
press the <
> button.
O When C.Fn-18 is set, P.Fn-06 is disabled.
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P.Fn-07
Repeats bracketing during continuous shooting
O While you hold down the shutter button, bracketing repeats continuously in the currently
selected drive mode.
O This function is useful when you want to continuously repeat the bracketing sequence.
P.Fn-08
Sets the number of shots to be bracketed
O Select the number of shots from the list box.
O The usual 3-shot bracketing is changed to 2-, 3-, 5-, or 7-shot bracketing.
O In bracketing shots, if you select 5-shot bracketing with 1-stop increment, the bracketing for
the shots is –2, –1, 0, +1 and +2.
P.Fn-10 Retains the shift amount for program shift
O Normally, any program shift amount is canceled after you take the picture. This Personal
Function retains the program shift amount.
O This function is useful when you want to shift the standard program line so that priority is
given to the shutter speed or to the aperture.
By shifting the program, you can change the shutter speed or aperture and still retain the same
exposure level. Under the same brightness, you can shift the program line toward the right to
set a faster shutter speed and a larger aperture (lower f/number). Or you can shift the program
line toward the left to set a slower shutter speed and a smaller aperture (higher f/number).
P.Fn-10 retains the amount of program shift. Select the appropriate amount of shift for the level
of priority you want to give to the shutter speed or aperture setting.
O This function is useful for adjusting the range of bracketing.
Darker Brightness (EV at ISO100) Brighter
O Even when the setting is outside the bracketing level display range, the exposure is
compensated as specified.
O This function can be used in combination with C.Fn-09-2/3 and P.Fn-09.
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Changes the bracketing sequence for C.Fn-09-2/3 to increased
exposure, standard exposure, and decreased exposure
O The bracketing sequence when C.Fn-09-2/3 is selected (decreased exposure J standard
exposure J increased exposure) changes to increased exposure J standard exposure J
decreased exposure.
O This function is useful when you want to start the bracketing sequence with a increased
exposure.
This function can be used in combination with P.Fn-08.
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Standard program line
Program line shifted toward a faster shutter speed.
Program line shifted toward a slower shutter speed.
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O The program shift amount remains in effect until you set it back to the standard program
manually or replace the battery or press the <CLEAR> button.
O The shift amount is retained even after you change the lens.
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Executes AI Servo AF continuous shooting giving priority to
the drive speed
O This function is compatible with the EOS-1D only.
O During continuous shooting, shutter release-priority takes effect instead of focus-priority.
O Effective when it is more important to capture an image even though it might be slightly out
of focus.
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P.Fn-14
Disables focus detection (search driving) by the lens drive
O Normally, when you press the shutter button halfway and focus cannot be achieved, the
lens is driven to search the correct focus. This lens driving operation can be turned off.
O When focus has been achieved once and refocusing fails, the subsequent lens driving
operation can result in grossly out of focus. This subsequent lens driving operation is turned
off. P.Fn-14 is especially suited for super telephoto lenses.
If autofocusing is attempted while the lens is way out of focus, the lens may stop
operating. Focus manually until the subject outline becomes discernable, then
autofocus.
P.Fn-15
Disables the AF-assist beam from being emitted
P.Fn-17
O If C.Fn-11-2 has been set, you can switch to automatic AF point selection by pressing
the <
> button during autofocusing. For more details, refer to “Selecting the AF
Point” in the camera’s Instruction Manual supplied with the camera.
O If automatic AF point selection has been preset at [AF frame registration] setting, the
preset setting remains valid. For more details, refer to “Registering and Switching the
AF Point” in the camera’s Instruction Manual supplied with the camera.
P.Fn-18
O This disables the external Speedlite’s built-in AF-assist beam.
O At a joint photo session, etc., this prevents the AF-assist beam’s pattern projected on the
subject from being photographed by other photographers.
P.Fn-16
Enables automatic shooting when focus is achieved at the
fixed point of focus while the shutter button is pressed fully
O This takes the picture automatically when the subject comes to the preset focusing distance.
Focusing detection is performed using the selected AF point.
O Set the lens focus mode switch to <MF> and focus manually at the desired point of focus.
O Enables the standard horizonal AF point selection together with automatic AF point
selection with C.Fn-11-2.
O Convenient when you want to use automatic AF point selection while C.Fn-11-2 has been
set.
If P.Fn-17 [Disables automatic AF point selection] has also been set, P.Fn-17 will
override P.Fn-18 to disable automatic AF point selection.
O Using an accessory such as Remote Controller RS-80N3 which can lock the shutter button
relieves you from holding down the shutter button while you wait for the subject.
O By reducing the maximum continuous shooting speed, AI Servo AF continuous shooting can
be more stable.
O With the EOS-1Ds Mark II and EOS-1Ds, only [Continuous Shooting] is displayed.
In AI Servo AF, it may not be possible to complete the selected speed of continuous
shots.
P.Fn-20
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Sets the continuous shooting speed
P.Fn-19
O In the list box, select the speed of continuous shots during continuous shooting.
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Enables automatic AF point selection when C.Fn-11-2 has
been set
O Keep pressing the shutter button fully.
O Because the camera remains on standby while the shutter button is fully pressed,
battery power is used up more quickly. For long periods of photography, use the DC
Coupler Kit supplied with the camera.
O When this function is used in combination with a flash, the flash remains on standby
at full charge. Consequently, the flash batteries are used up more quickly. (The
Speedlite’s SE mode is disabled.)
O When you use a flash with this function, set the drive mode to single shooting. If you
select continuous shooting, the flash will be unable to charge in time for successive
shots and will not fire at full charge.
O If you set the drive mode to continuous shooting, set the number of shots in P.Fn-20.
If you do not use P.Fn-20, once the camera focuses on the subject, continuous
shooting will continue until the capacity of the memory card is reached.
O P.Fn-16 cannot be used with manual focus lenses or with lenses that are too slow to
be used with autofocusing.
O Do not use this function when C.Fn-4-1/3 is set as shots will be taken regardless of
whether the image is in focus.
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Disables automatic AF point selection
O When you select beyond the peripheral AF point, the selection stops there. It makes
selecting a peripheral AF point faster.
Limits the number of shots during continuous shooting
O This enables you to enter the maximum number of shots to be exposed during continuous
shooting while the shutter button is pressed fully.
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O Convenient when you do not want to shoot an unwanted scene that follows.
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Enables quiet operation when the shutter button is OFF after
picture-taking
O When single shooting is selected, this function selects quiet camera operation when you
release the shutter button from the fully pressed position to the half way position.
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Sets the default settings when the <CLEAR> button is ON
O Convenient when you want to instantly switch to frequently-used settings.
O This is useful when the camera operation noise would be disturbing after you take the
picture.
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Shortened release time lag
O This function is compatible with the EOS-1D Mark II N, EOS-1Ds Mark II and EOS-1D
Mark II.
If you select continuous shooting, the camera operates normally.
O Normally, the shutter-release time lag is controlled for stability. This Personal Function
eliminates this control. As a result, the shutter-release time lag can be reduced by as much
as about 20 percent when the aperture needs to be stopped down by no more than 3 stops.
Setting mirror lockup with C.Fn-12 will further reduce the shooting noise.
P.Fn-23
P.Fn-25
O You can use this function to select the default settings when you press the <CLEAR>
button.
Changes the timer’s time length
O After you press and release a button, the respective function remains active for a specific
number of seconds. You can change this number of seconds as necessary.
O The function’s activation time can be set from 0 to 3600 sec. (1 hour).
O This is effective when a shorter shutter-release time lag is more important than a stable
shutter-release time lag.
Since the difference is in 10-millisecond increments, the time lag may not feel any
shorter.
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O If the standard activation time is too short or too long, you can adjust it.
6 sec. timer
O AE lock time after you press the shutter button halfway or the <
button.
16 sec. timer
O FE lock time after you press the <
Post-shutter
release timer
(2 sec. timer)
O Exposure setting retaining time after the picture is taken. Setting
this to a longer time can make it easier to shoot in the same
exposure with AE lock.
O LCD panel illumination time after the picture is taken.
>
> button.
Note that if you set a longer activation time, the battery become exhausted more quickly
and the number of possible shots will be reduced.
To turn off the function’s activation time midway, press the <
button or <
> button.
> button, <
>
P.Fn-27
Enables the electronic dial’s function to be used in the reverse
direction
O The electronic dial’s rotational function can be reversed for selecting the AF point and
setting the shutter speed and aperture.
O By matching the dial’s rotation direction to the particular operation, the operation can feel
more intuitive.
When the Main Dial’s rotational function is reversed, the horizontal AF point selection
direction does not change.
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P.Fn-28
Prevents exposure compensation with the Quick Control Dial
O The Quick Control Dial cannot be used to set exposure compensation.
O This prevents exposure compensation from being set accidentally while the AF point is
being selected.
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Illuminates the LCD panel during bulb exposures
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O After the bulb exposure starts, press the <LCD panel illumination> button to illuminate the
LCD panel until the bulb exposure ends.
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O Convenient when you want to monitor the elapsed bulb exposure time.
Note that if you take bulb shots for long periods, the battery becomes exhausted more
quickly and the number of possible shots will be reduced.
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P.Fn-30
Enables Quick Control Dial switch to turn on/off Main Dial, too
O This function is compatible with the EOS-1D Mark II N, EOS-1Ds Mark II and EOS-1D
Mark II.
O Setting the Quick Control Dial switch to <OFF> disables the Main and Quick Control Dials.
P.Fn-30
Enlargement mode
O This function is compatible with the EOS-1Ds only.
O Select which part of an image is enlarged.
O If you take the shot on the camera with this function [ON], you can enlarge an image.
O For more imformation on using this function on the camera, refer to “P.Fn-30 Enlarging the
image” in the EOS-1Ds Instruction Manual.
O If you wish to enlarge an image, set P.Fn-30 to [ON] during shooting and playback.
The image shot on the camera without setting P.Fn-30 to [ON] cannot be enlarged.
O The image shot on any camera other than the EOS-1Ds cannot be enlarged.
P.Fn-31
Add original decision data
O This function is compatible with the EOS-1D Mark II N, EOS-1Ds Mark II, EOS-1D Mark
II and EOS-1Ds.
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You can check the specified Personal Functions and the status of whether or not the settings
are applied to the camera.
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Specify the Personal Functions (p.3-8 to p.3-14).
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Check the settings.
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Select the [Combination] tab.
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¿ The [Combination] tab sheet appears.
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O You can check the Personal Function
settings and check if these settings are
applied on the camera.
O The data that shows whether or not the image is the original one can be added to the image.
When selecting the display format of Shooting information (INFO), the [ ] icon showing the
captured image with Original image verification data is displayed.
For more details, refer to “Shooting Information Display” in the camera’s Instruction Manual.
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O To verify whether the image is the original, you will need the EOS dedicated accessory Data
Verification Kit DVK-E2 (optional).
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The original decision data cannot be added to the JPEG or TIFF image converted from
the RAW image.
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You can load the Personal
Function settings saved on
your computer (p.3-15).
You can save the specified Personal
Function settings (p.3-15).
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Saving and Loading Personal Function Settings
You can save the specified Personal Function settings on your computer as a Personal
Function settings file and then load the saved Personal Function settings file and apply the
settings to the camera.
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Click the [Save as] button.
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¿ The [Save As] dialog box appears.
Select the destination folder, enter the file name, and then click
the [Save] button.
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¿ The specified Personal Function settings are saved to the computer as a Personal
Function settings file.
The Personal Function settings file is not compatible with a camera other than the one
the function was set.
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Series Cameras
O To update an existing Personal Function settings file, click the [Save] button.
O Personal Function settings file saved in your computer is compatible with both
Windows and Macintosh.
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Click the [Open] button.
¿ The [Open] dialog box appears.
Open the folder containing the settings, select the file, and then
click the [Open] button.
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¿ The saved Personal Function settings file is loaded.
Click the [OK] button.
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¿ The loaded settings are applied to the
camera, the [Personal functions] dialog
box closes, and the display returns to the
basic settings window.
¿ When a Personal Function is applied to
the camera, < > appears on the LCD
panel.
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This chapter explains how to take shots remotely by controlling from your
computer.
Remote Shooting
Introduction
For instructions on connecting your camera and computer, and for how to start EOS
Utility, refer to Chapter 1 (p.1-1).
O To perform remote shooting and camera settings for a camera with [Communication]
included as a menu function, you need to set the [Communication] according to the
following table.
[Communication] settings for different cameras
Camera model
Menu
O EOS 5D
[
Setting
Communication]
[PC connect.]
O EOS 30D
[
Communication]
[Print/PC]
O EOS 20D
[
Communication]
[Normal]
O EOS 10D
[Communication]
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You can take a shot by remote controlling your camera from a computer.
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¿ The camera settings window appears.
O When switching to the main window, select
the [Window] menu X [Main Window].
Setting the Cameras
other than the EOS-1D
Series Cameras
[Normal]
O EOS DIGITAL REBEL XT/350D DIGITAL
[
Communication]
[PC connection]
O EOS DIGITAL REBEL/300D DIGITAL
[
Communication]
[Normal]
Setting the EOS-1D
Series Cameras
For instructions on settings, refer to “Setting a Camera with [Communication] Settings”
(p.1-2).
O Click on the item to display its page.
Remote Shooting
Remote Shooting............................................................................................... 4-1
Single Shooting............................................................................................... 4-1
Timer Shooting ............................................................................................... 4-2
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2
3
4
Downloading Images
from the Camera
Click the [Camera settings/Remote shooting] button.
The above window shows information
displayable when EOS 30D is connected.
The displayed information varies depending
on the camera model connected.
Interval Timer Shooting................................................................................... 4-2
Troubleshooting
Specifying the Camera Settings ...................................................................... 4-3
Specifying Preferences..................................................................................... 4-3
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4-1
2
Specify desired settings.
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Timer Shooting
You can automatically take a shot when the specified time elapses.
Allows you to specify and
check the camera settings
(p.4-3).
You can rotate and download the
shot images regardless of the
camera position. Each time you click
the button, the image rotates 90°.
* When using the rotation function,
select the [File] menu X
[Preferences], and checkmark the
[Rotate image] in the [Remote
Shooting] tab sheet.
1
2
Select the [Tool] menu X [Timer shooting]
Introduction
¿ The [Timer shooting setting] dialog box appears.
Enter a delay time and click the [Start] button.
¿ The shot is taken when the specified time elapses.
Shoot button
Click to take a shot.
O The above window shows information displayable when the EOS 30D is connected.
The displayed information varies depending on the camera model connected.
3
Click the [
] button.
¿ The shot image is transferred to your computer and is displayed in ZoomBrowser EX.
O Alternatively, you can press the camera’s shutter button to take a shot.
O If you select the [File] menu X [Exit], EOS Utility exits, including the camera settings
window.
O If the camera is not ready for shooting (the lens is not attached, etc.), you cannot
perform the operation as explained.
O When you are using auto focus, you cannot take shots if the camera cannot focus. In
this case, focus manually.
O Bulb exposure is not available.
O Alternatively, you can press the space bar to take a shot.
O The number of available shots changes depending on the available capacity on your
computer’s hard disk. Check the Shots to Go display (p.4-3).
O The transfer time to the computer of RAW images shot remotely is approximately 4 to
7 seconds.
• The above time is only an estimate. Transfer times vary widely depending on the
camera model used, the type of computer, and the subject of the photo.
• Transfer times are based on Canon testing standards.
(When using the following: OS: Windows XP, CPU: 2.2 GHz Pentium 4; RAM: 512MB)
• The times for images shot in JPEG will be shorter than those shown above.
O You can change the software that starts up when you download images, from
ZoomBrowser EX to Digital Photo Professional (p.4-3).
Interval Timer Shooting
You can automatically take shots by setting the interval between shots and the number of shots
to be taken.
1
2
3
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2
3
4
Downloading Images
from the Camera
O Enter a value between 0 seconds and 99 minutes 59 seconds in 1-second
increments.
Select the [Tool] menu X [Timer shooting].
Setting the Cameras
other than the EOS-1D
Series Cameras
Setting the EOS-1D
Series Cameras
¿ The [Timer shooting setting] dialog box appears.
Checkmark the [Interval timer shooting].
Enter the shooting interval and the number of shots. Then click
the [Start] button.
O Enter a value between 5 seconds and 99 minutes 59 seconds in 1-second
increments.
O For EOS-1D series cameras, the number of shots is 2 to maximum 1999; for cameras
other than the EOS-1D series cameras, the number of shots is 2 to maximum 999.
Remote Shooting
Troubleshooting
¿ Shooting is performed at the specified interval and for the specified number of shots.
On some types of computers, if you set a short interval between shots and there is
insufficient time to download and save the images, it may not be possible to take shots at
the specified interval. In this case, set a longer interval between shots and take the shots
again.
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Specifying the Camera Settings
You can check and change the settings in the camera from your computer remotely.
1
EOS-1D Mark II N
EOS-1Ds Mark II
EOS-1D Mark II
EOS-1Ds
Check the camera setting.
Image recording quality
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Settable functions and settings displays by camera model
Shutter speed
EOS 5D
EOS 30D
EOS 20D
EOS DIGITAL REBEL
XT/350D DIGITAL
EOS 10D
EOS DIGITAL REBEL/
300D DIGITAL
EOS-1D
EOS D60
EOS D30
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Shooting mode
Shooting mode
Aperture
White Balance
ISO Speed
Metering mode
Save destination of shot images
ISO speed
The [Preferences] dialog box is
displayed and you can set the save
destination for shot images.
Metering mode
Shutter speed
Aperture
Exposure
compensation
White balance
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2
3
4
Downloading Images
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*2
Image recording quality
Save destination of shot images
Drive mode
Exposure compensation
Bracket shots
AF mode
Battery status
Shots to Go
Drive mode
When you are using a battery,
[
] is displayed. When you
are using the AC Adapter Kit
(optional) or DC Coupler Kit, [
]
is displayed.
Displays the number of
available shots.
AF mode
Bracket shots
Warning display
Battery status
Displayed when the remote shooting is
impossible due to inappropriate settings.
Warning display
*1
-
Setting the Cameras
other than the EOS-1D
Series Cameras
-
Setting the EOS-1D
Series Cameras
Shots to Go
O The above window shows information displayable when the EOS 30D is connected.
The displayed information varies depending on the camera model connected.
O Set the functions which you cannot set remotely (drive mode, AF mode etc.) directly
in the camera.
O In the [Remote Shooting] tab sheet in the [Preferences], you can save shot images to
both your computer and the memory card by setting [Save also to camera’s memory
card].
2
3
Click the icon to be set.
*1
*2
:
:
:
:
Allows you to display camera settings and perform camera settings
Allows you to display camera settings; camera settings not possible
Display with EOS-1Ds not possible
Setting with EOS 10D not possible
Remote Shooting
Specifying Preferences
Troubleshooting
You can perform various EOS Utility settings.
O The icon displayed here shows exposure
compensation as an example.
Use the buttons to change a value.
Allows you to decrease
the value by 1 step.
Allows you to increase
the value by 1 step.
Specifies the
minimum value.
Specifies the
maximum value.
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2
Select the [File] menu X [Preferences]
¿ The [Preferences] dialog box appears.
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Specify desired settings and click the [OK] button.
¿ The settings are applied to the EOS Utility.
¿ The changed settings are applied to the camera.
Before you specify the settings, be sure to check that the camera is ready for shooting. If
the camera is not ready for shooting (the lens is not attached, etc.), you cannot make
some of the settings.
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Troubleshooting
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This chapter provides troubleshooting and explains how to uninstall the
software.
O Click on the item to display its page.
Troubleshooting ................................................................................................................ 5-1
Uninstalling the Software ................................................................................................. 5-3
Uninstalling the Driver .................................................................................................... 5-3
Introduction
Folder Structure and File Names ..................................................................................... 5-4
Index ................................................................................................................................... 5-4
Troubleshooting
If you could not complete the installation correctly, or communication between the camera and
computer fails, or you connected the camera and computer before installing the software,
consult the items described below.
O For instructions on installing, refer to the “Software Guide” supplied with the camera.
Installation failed.
O Are you using Windows XP under a setting other than [Computer
administrator] privileges or using Windows 2000 under a setting other than
[Administrator] privileges?
J You cannot install software if a user setting other than [Computer administrator]
privileges or [Administrator] privileges is selected. Select the [Computer administrator]
privileges user setting in Windows XP or the [Administrator] privileges user setting in
Windows 2000. For detailed information on selecting the user setting, refer to your
computer’s instruction manual.
O Is the cable firmly plugged into its socket?
J To complete the installation, ensure that the plugs on the dedicated cable are securely
plugged into the ports on the camera and computer when you connect the camera to
your computer.
O Are the camera and computer set up correctly for communication?
J Is the camera’s power switch set to <ON>?
J Even when the camera’s power switch is set to <ON>, operation of the Auto power off
function will automatically switch the camera off. To prevent this, set the Auto power off
function to [Off]. For more details, refer to the camera’s Instruction Manual supplied with
the camera.
O Does the [Add New Hardware Wizard] ([Found New Hardware Wizard] in
Windows 2000) dialog box appear during installation?
J Click the [Cancel] button, disconnect the dedicated cable, and then repeat the
installation procedure from the beginning.
O Doesn’t the installer panel appear?
J Use the following procedure to display the installer panel.
Click the [Start] button X [My Computer]. (In Windows 2000, double-click
[My Computer] on the desktop.) X click on the CD-ROM drive containing
the CD with the right button on the mouse X select [Open] from the menu
that appears X double-click the icon on the right.
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2
3
4
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I have installed the software but the camera and
computer cannot communicate.
O Is the driver installed?
J The driver is required for communication between the camera and computer. When you
want to communicate between the camera and computer, be sure to install the driver
shown below appropriate to your windows.
• Windows XP: WIA Driver
• Windows 2000: TWAIN Driver
O Have you installed the WIA Driver or TWAIN Driver?
J Even if you have installed the WIA Driver or TWAIN Driver, installation is not completed
unless the camera is connected to the computer. Insert the Solution Disk into the CD-ROM
drive, install the WIA Driver or TWAIN Driver, and then connect the camera to your
computer.
Setting the Cameras
other than the EOS-1D
Series Cameras
Setting the EOS-1D
Series Cameras
Remote Shooting
O Does your computer comply with these requirements?
„ Cameras other than EOS-1D series cameras
J Computer with Windows XP or Windows 2000 preinstalled and equipped with a USB
port as a standard feature.
* Operation is not guaranteed when a connection is used on computer systems other
than those listed above.
„ EOS-1D series cameras
J Computer with Windows XP or Windows 2000 preinstalled and equipped with an
OHCI-compliant IEEE1394 port.
* Operation is not guaranteed when a connection is used on computer systems other
than those listed above.
O Are the camera and computer connected correctly?
J Connect the camera to your computer correctly using the dedicated cable (p.1-3, p.1-4).
O Have you made the correct [Communication] settings for cameras that
require [Communication] settings?
J Set the camera’s [Communication] to [PC connect.] or [PC connection] for the EOS 5D
and EOS DIGITAL REBEL XT/350D DIGITAL, to [Print/PC] for the EOS 30D, and to
[Normal] for the EOS 20D, EOS 10D and EOS DIGITAL REBEL/300D DIGITAL (p.1-2).
* With the EOS 10D, you must also change the firmware to version 2.0.0 or later. For
details on changing, refer to the Canon’s web site.
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Troubleshooting
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O Is there sufficient charge left in the camera battery?
J Your computer does not supply power to the camera. Connect the AC Adapter Kit
(optional) for the EOS 5D, EOS 30D, EOS 20D, EOS 10D, EOS DIGITAL REBEL XT/
350D DIGITAL and EOS DIGITAL REBEL/300D DIGITAL, the DC Coupler supplied with
the camera for the EOS D60 and EOS D30, and the DC Coupler Kit supplied with the
camera for the EOS-1D series cameras. Alternatively, insert a fully charged battery and
connect your computer and camera.
J If the connected camera or [Canon Digital Camera] is displayed in [Other devices] or
[Unknown devices], the driver was not installed correctly. Use the following procedure to
re-install the driver.
1 Delete the camera or [Canon Digital Camera] displayed in [Other devices] or
[Unknown devices].
2 Disconnect the dedicated cable and delete the driver (p.5-3).
3 Re-install the driver.
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O Do you have more than one camera connected to your computer?
If you connect more than one camera to the same computer, the driver and camera may not
operate normally.
J Exit the software and disconnect all the dedicated cables. Then connect only one
camera to the same computer again.
O Is the driver operating normally?
Connect the camera to your computer
with the dedicated cable and set the
camera’s power switch to <ON> and
open [Device Manager].
Click the plus symbol [+] to the left of
[Imaging devices] and check that the
connected camera is displayed.
J If the connected camera is not
displayed, the driver is not operating
normally.
Briefly disconnect and then reconnect the dedicated cable, ensuring that the connection
is secure. If the connected camera still does not appear, use the following procedure to
re-install the driver.
1 Disconnect the dedicated cable and delete the driver (p.5-3).
2 Re-install the driver.
J When the [X], [!] or [?] symbol is displayed beside the connected camera, part of the
driver is missing or corrupted. Use the following procedure to re-install the driver.
1 Delete the camera displayed in [Imaging devices].
2 Disconnect the dedicated cable and delete the driver (p.5-3).
3 Re-install the driver.
O Is the driver installed correctly?
J Connect the camera to your computer with the dedicated cable and set the camera’s
power switch to <ON> and open [Device Manager]. Click the plus symbol [+] to the left of
[Other devices] or [Unknown devices] and check whether the connected camera or
[Canon Digital Camera] is displayed.
I connected the camera to the computer before installing
the software
O Did you set the camera’s power switch to <ON>?
J If you did not set the camera’s power switch to <ON>, proceed as follows:
1 Disconnect the dedicated cable from the camera and computer.
2 Install the Solution Disk software on your computer using the correct installation
procedure and then connect the camera to your computer to complete the installation.
J If you set the camera’s power switch to <ON>, proceed as follows:
1 If [Found New Hardware Wizard] or any other dialog boxes appear, click the [Cancel]
buttons to cancel all the dialog boxes.
2 Set the camera’s power switch to <OFF>.
3 Disconnect the dedicated cable from the camera and computer.
4 Install the Solution Disk software on your computer using the correct installation
procedure and then connect the camera to your computer to complete the installation.
To Display the Device Manager
O Windows XP
J Click the [Start] button X select [Control Panel] X [Performance and Maintenance]
X [See basic information about your computer]. Then select the [Hardware] tab
and click the [Device Manager] button.
O Windows 2000
J Click the [Start] button X select [Settings] X [Control Panel]. Then double-click the
[System] icon to open and select the [Hardware] tab and click the
[Device Manager] button.
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2
3
4
Downloading Images
from the Camera
Setting the Cameras
other than the EOS-1D
Series Cameras
Setting the EOS-1D
Series Cameras
Remote Shooting
Troubleshooting
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5-2
Uninstalling the Software
O Log in under [Computer administrator]/[Administrator] privileges when uninstalling the
software.
O Before starting the software uninstallation, exit all programs you are using and disconnect
the dedicated cable from your computer.
O To prevent computer malfunctions, always restart your computer after you have uninstalled
the software. Re-installing the software without first restarting your computer is likely to
result in computer malfunctions.
1
2
Click the [Start] button X select [All Programs] ([Programs] in
Windows 2000) X [Canon Utilities] X [EOS Utility] X [EOS Utility
Uninstall].
Proceed with the uninstallation as directed by the on-screen
messages.
¿ Software is uninstalled.
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Uninstalling the Driver
This section explains how to uninstall the EOS-1D Mark II N, EOS-1Ds Mark II, EOS 5D, EOS
30D, EOS 20D and EOS DIGITAL REBEL XT/350D DIGITAL driver. Refer to the software
Instruction Manual supplied with the camera about deleting drivers in cameras other than those
mentioned above.
O Log in under [Computer administrator]/[Administrator] privileges when uninstalling the
driver.
O Before starting the driver uninstallation, exit all programs you are using and disconnect the
dedicated cable from your computer.
1
Uninstall [EOS XXX WIA Driver] or [EOS XXX TWAIN Driver].
O Your camera model is displayed in EOS XXX.
O For Windows XP, click the [Start] button X select [All Programs] X [Canon Utilities] X
[EOS XXX WIA Driver] X [WIA Driver Uninstall].
O For Windows 2000, click the [Start] button X select [Programs] X [Canon Utilities] X
[EOS XXX TWAIN Driver] X [TWAIN Driver Uninstall].
2
3
Proceed with the uninstallation as directed by the on-screen
messages.
Introduction
1
2
3
4
Downloading Images
from the Camera
Setting the Cameras
other than the EOS-1D
Series Cameras
Setting the EOS-1D
Series Cameras
¿ The driver is uninstalled.
Restart the computer.
O When the dialog box on the right appears,
select the [Yes, I want to restart my
computer now.] and click [Finish] button.
¿ When the computer is restarted,
uninstalling of the driver is completed.
Remote Shooting
Troubleshooting
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Folder Structure and File Names
Index
Images shot with the camera are saved in the memory card’s [DCIM] folder, with the following
folder structure and file names.
A
Cameras other than EOS-1D series cameras
DCIM
xxxCANON
or
xxxEOS5D
File name
Image type/Camera used
IMG_YYYY.JPG
JPEG image
IMG_YYYY.CR2
IMG_YYYY.CRW
EOS 5D, EOS 30D, EOS 20D, EOS DIGITAL
REBEL XT/350D DIGITAL
Basic Settings Window ...................... 2-2, 3-2
Precautions When Connecting the Camera
C
and Computer ........................................... 1-5
Image for displaying the camera’s index
Different Cameras ..................... 1-2, 1-8, 4-1
Interval Timer Shooting......................... 4-2
Compatible Models and Supported
Single Shooting..................................... 4-1
Images...................................................... 0-1
Timer Shooting...................................... 4-2
****YYYY.JPG
JPEG image
****YYYY.WAV
Precautions for the PTP Function ............. 1-9
Remote Shooting
Image type/Camera used
****YYYY.TIF
Basic Settings .................................... 2-2, 3-2
R
File name
RAW
image
Selecting a Picture Style ............... 2-3, 3-3
[Communication] Settings for
EOS-1D series cameras
****YYYY.CR2
B
Camera Settings Window ... 2-2, 3-2, 4-1, 4-3
O The “YYYY” in the file names represents a number between 0001 and 9999.
xxxEOS1D
Detailed Settings........................... 2-4, 3-4
EOS 10D, EOS DIGITAL REBEL/300D DIGITAL,
EOS D60, EOS D30
RAW
image
CRW_YYYY.THM
Picture Style
About the PTP Setting .............................. 1-2
EOS-1D Mark II N, EOS-1Ds Mark II, EOS-1D Mark II
EOS-1Ds, EOS-1D
Audio file
O The camera specific character string set at the time of factory shipment
appears in “****” of the file name.
O The camera specific character string set at the time of factory shipment or
set in the camera appears in “****” of images shot with the EOS-1D Mark II N.
O The “YYYY” in the file names represents a number between 0001 and 9999.
The folder that holds the image control files in the [DCIM] folder.
CANONMSC
O The “xxx” in the folder names represent a number between 100 to 999.
O The folder structure for the EOS-1D Mark II N, EOS-1Ds Mark II and EOS-1D Mark II
CF card and SD card is the same.
O When you perform DPOF settings on the camera, a [MISC] folder is created. The files
that manage the DPOF settings are saved in the [MISC] folder.
When Adobe RGB is specified, the file names of images shot with the EOS-1D Mark II N,
EOS-1Ds Mark II, EOS-1D Mark II, EOS 5D, EOS 30D, EOS 20D and EOS DIGITAL
REBEL XT/350D DIGITAL have an underbar “ _ ” as the first character.
Connecting the Camera to
S
Your Computer .................................. 1-3, 1-4
Settable Functions and Settings Displays by
D
Camera Model .......................................... 4-3
Downloading All the Images in a Single
Setting a Camera with [Communication]
Operation.................................................. 1-6
Settings..................................................... 1-2
Downloading Images from Your Camera ... 1-6
Shot Settings .................................... 2-3, 3-3
Downloading Images to Your Computer by
Shot Settings Window....................... 2-3, 3-3
Operating the Camera .............................. 1-6
Specifying Preferences ................... 1-10, 4-3
Downloading Images Using Your Card
Specifying the Color Matrix ....................... 3-8
Reader...................................................... 1-9
Specifying the JPEG Quality..................... 3-6
Downloading JPEG Images Using the PTP
Specifying the Parameters........................ 3-7
Function.................................................... 1-8
Specifying the Personal White Balance.... 3-5
Downloading Selected Images ................. 1-7
Starting the Camera Settings Window
Exiting the Camera Settings Window
..................................... 2-2, 2-3, 3-2, 3-3, 4-2
Exiting the EOS Utility ....................... 1-6, 1-7
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2
3
4
Downloading Images
from the Camera
Setting the Cameras
other than the EOS-1D
Series Cameras
Setting the EOS-1D
Series Cameras
Remote Shooting
..................................... 2-2, 2-3, 3-2, 3-3, 4-1
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Starting up EOS Utility ...................... 1-3, 1-4
System Requirements .............................. 0-1
Troubleshooting
T
Transferring the Images in a Specified Folder
F
Folder Structure and File Names.............. 5-4
................................................................ 1-10
U
I
Initializing a Memory Card ................. 2-2, 3-2
P
Personal Function Settings....................... 3-8
Checking Personal Function Settings... 3-14
Uninstalling the Driver............................... 5-3
Uninstalling the Software .......................... 5-3
W
White Balance Adjustment................ 2-5, 3-6
Description of Personal Functions ........ 3-9
Saving and Loading Personal Function
Settings............................................... 3-15
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