Canon 1D Digital Camera User Manual

EOS-1D Mark II N Digital SLR camera
Blistering speed and super high resolution.
The Digital SLR for professionals who won’t compromise.
The World’s Fastest Digital SLR* Refined
Presenting the next generation of EOS Digital SLR Camera, the EOS-1D Mark II N. A
stunning union of professional performance and flexibility. Combining a Canon designed
CMOS sensor with the blazingly fast DiG!C II Image Processor, for incredible image quality
and near instantaneous responsiveness. Compatibility with over 50 EF Lenses and a
wide variety of accessories, plus new technologies, like the Wireless File Transmitter WFT-E1,
the EOS-1D Mark II N is part of the most advanced Digital SLR Camera system available
today, Canon EOS.
Canon’s new EOS-1D Mark II N can capture images at an incredible 8.5 frames per second
for up to 48 frames in a single burst. It features Canon’s proven 8.2 Megapixel CMOS sensor
with a 1.3x conversion factor, combined with the speed and intelligence of the DiG!C II Image
Processor, all in a rock-solid, magnesium alloy body.
*As of August 2005
EOS-1D Mark II N:
You Spoke, We Listened
The successor to the amazing EOS-1D Mark II,
the EOS-1D Mark II N refines every facet of the
photographic process, resulting in a faster, more fluid
experience for the photographer. Retaining the EOS1D Mark II’s 1.3x conversion factor and 8.2 Megapixel
CMOS sensor, sophisticated 45-point AF, 21-zone Evaluative Metering, superb build
quality and instant 0.2 second start-up time, the EOS-1D Mark II N incorporates
user-requested improvements such as an optional changeable focusing screen for
critical focus in low light and a larger 2.5 inch LCD screen which provides a bigger
image for playback, and can be viewed at 170°. ISO values can now be changed in the
viewfinder, allowing photographers to change settings without taking the camera from
their eye. The EOS-1D Mark II N features these improvements, plus all the shooting
modes of the EOS 1 line and shutter speeds from 1/8000 to 30 sec.
DiG!C II: Faster, Smarter Operation From
Start to Finish
Canon’s DiG!C II Image Processor turns information captured by
the CMOS sensor into images of exceptional clarity and resolution.
Photographers can expect precise, natural colour with smooth,
lifelike gradations, spot-on white balance and speed in any number of
lighting situations. By handling larger volumes of image data, the DiG!C II Image Processor
also contributes to lower power consumption: about 1200 shots can be taken on a full
battery under normal conditions.
Photographs can be recorded as JPEG images, RAW images, or both simultaneously
— with unprecedented control over image quality. Canon’s newly developed proprietary
CR2 RAW type compression method offers tremendous image quality, with rich 12-bit
gradation and lossless image compression. Perfect for critical applications, amazing
results can be achieved when processing Canon’s RAW images on a computer.
Fast Capture, Faster Processing
As the “1” designation has always been used for the flagship models in the EOS line, Canon
has made no compromises with the construction and performance of the EOS-1D Mark II N.
Photographers can expect an exceptional degree of performance and reliability on par with
any film camera they’ve ever used. In addition to lightning-fast 45-point AF, sophisticated
tracking, predictive AF technology, and precise, instant metering, no matter the setting,
the EOS-1D Mark II N can shoot 8.5 JPEG images for up to 48 shots in a single burst, and
at least 22 consecutive RAW images. Shutter lag is a responsive 55 milliseconds. Starting
up in 0.2 sec, the EOS-1D Mark II N demonstrates its speed immediately. The revolutionary
DiG!C II Image Processor complements the EOS-1D Mark II N’s speed in capturing images
by processing and saving them with corresponding speed and precision.
The Result is Clear
The EOS-1D Mark II N has been designed to provide the photographer with instant
feedback, saving valuable time when reviewing images. A new 2.5 inch LCD screen with
approximately 230,000 pixels not only displays more information, it can also be viewed
from a far greater angle than many other conventional LCD screens (170°). Magnification
to check exposure and critical focus has never been faster, and whether changing colour
parameters, setting up custom functions, organising folders, setting white balance, or any
other feature, the new screen is designed with the professional in mind. Photographers
get to their information quickly, so they never lose a shot.
Rugged Build Quality, Total Flexibility
Photographers have come to expect stellar images from Canon Digital SLRs. And along
with excellent optics, powerful processors and smooth sensors, Canon Digital SLRs are
complemented by renowned build quality for ergonomic and reliable operation, whether
in the studio or the field. EOS-1 series cameras have rigid,
well-coated magnesium alloy bodies, as well as being dust-proof
and weather-resistant for shooting in even the most inclement
conditions. In addition, the shutters are designed to endure 200,000
cycles. With newly strengthened accessory shoes, electromagnetic
shielding to help reduce noise, all in elegant, durable bodies, these
SLRs are a pleasure to hold and use.
More Options for the Way You Work
The EOS-1D Mark II N is one of the easiest cameras to customise to a photographer’s
personal style of shooting. Six new “Picture Style” settings simulate the characteristics
of different film styles, and allow the ‘look’ of their images to be determined. The Picture
Style options include Standard mode, for punchy, print-from-the-camera colour, Portrait
mode, for softer, more natural skin tones; Landscape, for vivid blues and greens and overall
sharpness, plus Neutral, Faithful and Monochrome, which can be customised to emulate
colour filters used with black and white film. In addition to such a high degree of control,
Picture Style also allows photographers to achieve consistent image output when using
multiple cameras, so less time needs to be spent on the computer and more time can
be enjoyed taking pictures.
Add Canon’s new interchangeable matte focusing screens, proven Custom and Personal
functions, two card slots (one for CompactFlash (CF) and one for Secure Digital (SD)
memory cards) with the ability to record JPEG and RAW image on different memory
cards, simultaneously, and it’s clear that the EOS-1D Mark II N is an incredibly adaptable
photographic tool.
Standard mode
Portrait mode
Landscape mode
Neutral mode
Faithful mode
Monochrome mode
Solutions and Connections
Reflecting the range of viewing and image transfer possibilities available today, the
EOS-1D Mark II N has a video OUT terminal, perfect for viewing images on a television screen.
And in addition to a standard professional IEEE1394 (FireWire) port, the EOS-1D Mark II N
includes a USB 2.0 port for connection to computers or direct connection to compatible
printers. Once transferred to a computer, Canon’s EOS Digital Solution Disk (Ver. 11.0 as of
September 2005), and Digital Photo Professional (Ver. 2.0), add a combination of powerful,
easy-to-use tools designed to seamlessly transform data captured by the cameras into
spectacular digital files, perfect for any application the photographer may have in mind.
Digital Photo Professional
Digital Photo Professional (Version 2.0) is a RAW image processing application featuring
a newly designed, dedicated image processing engine which is optimised to streamline
the workflow demands of advanced digital photographers. It enables high-speed RAW
image processing and preview, support for sRGB, Adobe RGB and Wide Gamut RGB colour
spaces, and is CMS (Colour Management System) compatible. In addition to numerous
controls for exposure and colour settings, it also includes a cropping tool, a navigation tool,
CMYK printer simulation, batch conversion, multiple image download and download to
applications other than Photoshop.
EOS Solution Disk
The EOS Solution Disk (Version 11.0) includes ZoomBrowser EX 5.5 and ImageBrowser
5.5, which provide dedicated support for downloading and simple RAW image adjustment.
It also includes EOS Capture 1.5, a remote capture tool, which offers improvements in
both speed and usability over previous programs.
EOS: The Most Comprehensive
Digital SLR System
Canon’s world-renowned line-up of EF Lenses includes over 50 models ranging from 14mm ultra-wide-angle to 600mm
super-telephoto. Through Canon’s advanced optical know-how and sub-micron precision engineering, EF Lenses offer
unprecedented capabilities that meet wide-ranging needs. Leading features include a high precision Ultrasonic Motor
that silently drives the AF mechanism, an Image Stabilizer that automatically compensates for camera shake, aspherical
optics, Fluorite lenses, Ultra Low Dispersion (UD) lenses, and Super UD lenses.
No other line of lenses carries the reputation of Canon’s renowned L-series. Easily recognised by the bold red ring around
the outer barrel, these lenses utilise the best in Canon’s cutting-edge technology, and feature superior durability and resistance
to the elements, enhancing performance without compromising ease-of-use.
One of the greatest challenges in the design of a telephoto lens has been the minimisation of colour
fringing, or chromatic aberration. So, some L-series lenses use Canon’s Ultra Low Dispersion glass to
help minimise this effect. The design of the UD glass provides outstanding contrast and sharpness
and minimises the splitting of colours as they pass through the elements. In certain super-telephoto
lenses, Fluorite elements are used, as they are even more effective in minimising these characteristics,
enabling more compact lens design with no compromise in performance. Wide angle and fast standard
lenses often suffer from another optical problem: Spherical Aberration. This occurs when the point of
focus of the light ray coming through the centre of the lens does not align with the point of focus of the light ray coming through
the lens edge. Since there is no sharp point of focus, the image looks blurred. Canon’s aspherical elements change the curvature
from centre to edge to align the points of focus of the incoming light rays so that the entire image plane appears focused.
Canon’s Image Stabilizer (IS) technology makes handheld photography
possible in more low-light situations than ever before. When camera shake
occurs using normal lenses without IS technology, the image projected on the
focal-plane also shakes, often resulting in blurred images at slower shutter
speeds. In the same situation, with an IS lens attached to the camera, a special
group of lens elements automatically shift position, compensating for the movement and stabilising the image. This compensatory
effect adds the equivalent of up to three stops of exposure, expanding photographers’ handheld options dramatically.
Lenses using Canon’s Diffractive Optics are both high performance and more compact than those
with traditional refractive designs, while conventional glass elements disperse incoming light, thereby
causing chromatic aberration, Canon’s unique multi-layer diffractive elements work together with
conventional glass optics to reduce the effects of dispersion and minimise or eliminate chromatic
aberration. Diffractive coatings are bonded to the rear surface of one lens element and the front surface
of another. These elements are attached together to form a single multi-layer diffractive (DO) element.
This element’s dispersion characteristics are reversed when compared to conventional optics, making it possible to cancel
chromatic aberrations at each wavelength when conventional and DO elements are combined.
Specialty Lenses
Macro Lenses
To bring small things into full-sized view, Canon’s EF lens line-up has a number of options for true
close-up and macro photography. With macro lenses for precision, and three screw-on close-up
lenses for convenience – in addition to EF Life-Size Converter and two Extension Tubes, Canon has
a perfect close-up option for any situation.
TS-E Lenses
TS-E lenses are capable of tilt and shift movements, bringing many of the advantages of technical
view cameras to the EOS system. Tilt movements alter the angle of the plane of focus between the lens
and CMOS sensor (or film plane), making broad depth-of-field possible even at large apertures; shift
movements move the lens’s optical axis in parallel, allowing the photographer to control perspective.
Super Telephoto
Canon’s Super Telephoto lenses are renowned for their optics, performance and
speed. They can be found on the sidelines of every major sports event around the
world. From the EF 300mm f/2.8L IS USM all the way to the EF 600mm f/4L IS USM,
every professional’s arsenal will be fortified with an L-series Super Telephoto.
E-TTL II: Smarter Flash Performance
Canon’s high-end Digital SLRs employ E-TTL II, the most advanced flash metering technology,
to solve problems encountered by photographers. Occasionally, if you lock focus and
recompose your shot, this could result in a non-optimal exposure with previous systems.
E-TTL II remedies this by ignoring the active focusing point, considering distance information
and evaluating pre-flash information immediately before the exposure occurs. Sometimes
in flash photography, mirror-like objects in the image cause the sensor to register localised,
abnormally high levels, and would result in underexposure. E-TTL II knows to ignore
those levels, resulting in the correct exposure. This feature is useful when shooting
a subject with a highly reflective object in the background, or if the subject itself
is highly reflective. Metered areas with large discrepancies between ambient and
pre-flash readings are excluded or down-weighted because they are assumed to
contain a highly reflective subject. These readings are weighted, averaged and
compared with the ambient light reading and the main flash output is then set and
stored in memory, ensuring consistent flash output through a number of shots.
Speedlite 580EX
Approx. 25% faster recycling time compared to previous 550EX.
Superior evenness of exposure, centre to corner of frame.
Slightly higher max. guide number at 105mm setting (GN 58–meters at ISO 100).
Auto conversion of flash coverage with compatible Digital SLRs.
White Balance info communicated instantly to compatible Digital SLRs.
Full swivel, 180° in either direction (first TTL flash with this ability).
AF-assist beam now compatible with all AF points on every EOS SLR.
Select Dial for easy inputs and user control.
Speedlite 430EX
Significantly greater user control via new LCD panel on rear of flash.
Wide-angle pull-down panel covers 14mm lens (on a full-frame camera).
Slightly higher max. guide number at 105mm setting (GN 43–meters at ISO 100).
Auto conversion of flash zoom coverage with compatible Digital SLRs.
White Balance info communicated instantly to compatible Digital SLRs.
Bounce upward to 90°; swivel right (to 90°) and left (180°).
Macro Ring Lite MR-14EX
Twin-tube ring lite designed for close-up photography with EF and EF-S Macro lenses;
n Flash tubes can fire together or independently.
Supports E-TTL and E-TTL II Wireless Autoflash in conjunction with one or more
n compatible EX Speedlites.
Incandescent focusing lamps and two forms of modelling flash permit preview of lighting effects.
n n
Illuminated LCD panel for easy flash settings in any lighting condition.
Macro Twin Lite MT-24EX
Attaches to all Canon EF and EF-S Macro lenses
n (EF 180mm f/3.5L requires Macro Lite Adapter 72C).
Twin flash heads can be rotated over 80° angle around
n lens in 5° increments.
Heads can be swivelled or bounced and can be removed
n from mounting ring for added control.
Powerful Guide Number of 24 (meters, at ISO 100), full E-TTL/E-TTL II control and advanced features including
n FEL, Hi-speed sync, and FEB.
Full E-TTL/E-TTL II automatic flash control.
n Incandescent focusing lamps and two different types of one-second modelling flash allow easy focusing
n and previewing of lighting effects.
Speedlite Transmitter ST-E2
Dedicated transmitter to control unlimited number of compatible slave flashes.
n Compatible with Speedlite 580EX, 550EX, 430EX and 420EX.
n Controls compatible slave units up to 10 meters outdoors and 15 meters indoors.
n Slave
Camera with Master
Wireless File Transfer:
The Next Generation of Image Delivery
Canon’s Wireless File Transmitter WFT-E1 enables fast, wireless image transfer from EOS Digital cameras directly to a computer.
This amazing productivity tool eliminates the need to stop and upload image files to the computer, allowing photographers to
concentrate on shooting photographs, knowing that their images are being transferred in the background, automatically.
Whether working on location, in the studio, shooting fashion or events, the WFT-E1 is an indispensable tool for today’s connected
photographer. The WFT-E1 offers several different ways of transmitting image data. It can communicate directly with a local
computer outfitted with a wireless LAN adapter, or with a direct Ethernet connection. It can also connect to a remote server
through a Wireless Access Point connection. Built to withstand the rigours of professional shooting, the WFT-E1 is the perfect
complement to a Digital EOS System.
Wireless Transmitter WFT-E1
Wireless LAN compatible (IEEE 802.11B/G up to 54 mbps) for speedy image transmission during of after shooting.
n 100 Base-TX Ethernet connection for tethered, fast connection.
n Compatible with both USB 2.0 and IEEE1394 (FireWire) connections to the camera.
n Thin profile to complement the design of EOS Digital SLRs.
n Operation up to approximately 60m with normal antenna or up to approximately 150m with extended range Antenna ERA-E1.
n Offers high security transfer using WPA-PSK, WEP and TKIP encryption (180 minutes wireless, 270 minutes wired).
n For Sports Photojournalism
Wireless File transfer has already found a home with sports photographers and photojournalists,
who benefit from the speed and ease of transferring images while they shoot: by transmitting images to a
local computer, an assistant manages and transmits image files immediately. This way, the photographer
can meet any deadline and can even get feedback on images while shooting. And, since they are
transmitting their files, photographers don’t have to worry about changing memory cards. Whether capturing
the winning goal, or the handshake at the net, the photographer will never miss a minute of the action.
For Commercial Studio Photography
Studio photographers can transfer images automatically, either immediately or after the shooting session.
In immediate mode, the art director, client, and assistants can be working, even off-site, giving feedback
during the session for greater spontaneity and efficiency. In operation, images transfer to an FTP server via
wireless or wired LAN. Wirelessly, the antenna supplied allows a 60 meter range, more than sufficient for
most studios. In wired mode, a port on the side of the unit connects, with an appropriate Ethernet cable,
to a computer or other Ethernet device.
For Wedding Photography
Wedding photographers can have one less thing to worry about with the WFT-E1 attached to their
camera. Free to roam about the ceremony and reception, photographers can feel confident knowing
their images are being transferred to their computer as they shoot. They won’t run out of memory
cards or lose important shots while offsite downloading images to the computer. They can shoot either
vertically or horizontally, transferring their images without worry of getting tangled up in wires. Results
can be shared and orders can be taken on the spot, from clients and guests; showing photographs
in print or on screen.
PIXMA Pro and EOS: made for each other.
The Canon PIXMA Pro range of printers is the ideal choice to complement your EOS camera. Whether you’re printing black &
white or colour images, PIXMA Pro offers EOS users the ultimate in quality and compatibility, making them the perfect partner
for any EOS camera.
PIXMA Pro9500
Pure professional performance. Archival quality photos in black & white or colour.
Produce professional, borderless photo prints up to A3+ using FINE print-head technology with up to 4800 x 2400 dpi.
n Enjoy beautiful, long-lasting prints with pigment ink for all 10 individual colours.
n Create beautiful black & white photos with richly expressive gradations free from
n colour shifts thanks to Photo Black, Matte Black and Grey inks.
Fine control of colour adjustments to
n ensure results that match your
creative intentions.
Supports printing onto
n Fine Art paper and a wide
range of print media from
the front feeder.
PIXMA Pro9000
True-to-life colour photos for serious photographers.
Produce professional, borderless photo prints up to A3+ using FINE print-head technology with up to 4800 x 2400 dpi.
n 8 colour dye individual ink tanks allow you to reproduce a wider range of colours.
n Fine control of colour adjustments to ensure results that match your creative intentions.
n Supports printing onto Fine Art paper and a wide range
n of print media from the front feeder.
Features ChromaLife100
n technology for beautiful,
long-lasting photos.
Products available Spring 2006.
Digital Photo Professional and Easy-PhotoPrint Pro. Seamless operation between
software to get the best prints out of your EOS camera.
Easy-PhotoPrint Pro is an application software designed for professionals, providing workflow simplicity as a key benefit. With
simple plug-in connection from Digital Photo Professional version 2.1 or later (DPP) or Photoshop CS/CS2, it has never been
easier to transfer your image data directly to Easy-PhotoPrint Pro.
DPP and Easy-PhotoPrint Pro also enable direct printing of RAW images, so you no longer need to spend time converting or
developing data format.
ICC profile to faithfully reproduce colours from the EOS
camera and Adobe® RGB data.
When you have an ICC profile for your colour management, there’s no need for any
additional operation.
Once you have specified your settings in your EOS camera or DPP Picture Style, all your
settings information is automatically shared by Easy-PhotoPrint Pro. Likewise, all your
Adobe® RGB colour gamut settings are automatically recorded for printing.
So, what you want is what you print.
Printed in Adobe® RGB (1998)
PictBridge connection for EOS-to-PIXMA Pro9500/Pro9000.
Convenient, direct Canon-to-Canon printing solutions.
Quick contact prints direct from the camera allows you to have a visual
snapshot of the photos you’ve taken. The 35-up contact print not only has a
similar look to 35mm film-style layout but also offers better image quality.
You can print with the shooting information function to obtain additional
information such as shutter speed, aperture value, ISO sensitivity and so forth
on the page margins. Correction features are also available to automatically
detect and brighten shadowed or backlit objects in your photos.
35-up Contact Print
Image Sensor
8.2 MP CMOS APS-H 28.7 x19.1mm.
Special Features• Maximum continuous shooting speed of 8.5 fps (approximate). • Depth-of-Field Preview.
• Built-in 2.5 inch wide viewing angle colour monitor.
• Mirror Lock.
• Custom Functions (21 custom functions with 69 settings).
•IEEE1394 Compatible.
• Simultaneous RAW and JPEG image capture.
Autofocus SystemTTL-AREA-SIR CMOS Sensor. One-Shot and AI Servo AF with Focus Prediction.
Manual focusing confirmation possible with EF Lenses. Automatic or manual focus point selection.
No. of Focusing PointsForty-five (Area AF Ellipse) Seven central high-precision cross-type AF points.
Autofocus SensitivityEV 0-18 (at ISO 100).
ShutterVertical-travel, focal-plane shutter with soft-touch electromagnetic release, all speeds electronically controlled.
Shutter Speed30–1/8,000 sec. & Bulb; manually selectable in 1/3 stop increments.
Maximum Flash Synchronization Speed1/250 sec.; high-speed sync. available with EX-series Speedlites.
Storage MediaDigital images are stored on removable CompactFlash™ (Type I & II) or SD memory card.
Frames Per SecondSingle, 3.0 fps, 8.5 fps (Can be altered with Personal Function).
Metering SystemTTL full-aperture metering:
• 21-zone Evaluative metering.
Metering Sensitivity
• 13.5% Partial metering.
• 3.8% Centre spot metering.
• 3.8% spot metering (linked to user-selected focusing point).
• Multi-Spot metering (up to 8 spot readings).
• Centre-weighted average metering.
• Pre-flash metering (E-TTL II).
EV 0–20 for all patterns (at ISO 100 with f/1.4).
Exposure Compensation±3 stops in 1/3 or 1/2-stop increments.
Flash Exposure Compensation±3 stops in 1/3 or 1/2-stop increments.
AE LockYes.
Exposure Modes• Shutter Speed-priority AE.
• Intelligent Program AE
• Aperture-priority AE.
with variable shift.
• Manual.
• Flash Metered Manual.
• E-TTL II Flash AE.
• Bulb.
White BalanceSettings: Auto, Daylight, Shade, Cloudy, Tungsten Light, Fluorescent Light, Flash, Custom, Colour Temperature, Personal
White Balance (total 10 settings).
Auto White BalanceImage sensor.
Colour Temperature Compensation
• White Balance bracketing: ±3 stops in full-stop increments.
• White Balance correction: ±9 stops in full-stop increments.
* Blue/Amber bias on Magenta/Green bias possible.
ViewfinderFixed eye-level pentaprism.
Viewfinder Coverage100% horizontal and vertical at 0.72x.
Viewfinder InformationInside the picture area: Area AF ellipse, illuminated AF frames and spot metering circle.
Displayed at the bottom and right side of the viewing area:
• Shutter speed.
• Manual Exposure level.
• Aperture value.
• Remaining frames in burst.
• AE Lock.
• Multi-Spot readings.
• FE Lock.
• ISO Speed. • Exposure compensation/
Flash compensation.
• Exposure level/ • JPEG Indication.
• Hi-speed flash sync.
• White Balance +⁄–.
Flash exposure level.
Focusing ScreensLaser-matte screen Ec-C III, with area AF ellipse and fine spot metering circle provided as the standard screen
(interchargeable with Ec-series focusing screens. Metering correction data can be set with a Custom function for the
Laser-matte and New Laser-matte screens). Masked Focusing Screens (Ec and Ee versions available).
Electronically controlled with 2- or 10-second delay.
LCD MonitorTFT colour liquid-crystal type; 2.5 in. with approx. 230,000 pixels. 100% coverage with respect to the effective pixels.
Brightness adjustment available with 5 levels 15 interface languages.
Image PlaybackSingle Image, Single Image (INFO.), 4-image index, 9-image index, Magnified zoom (approx. 1.5x – 10x), Rotated image
can be displayed. Highlight alert is displayed in Single Image and Single Image (INFO.) formats, any overexposed
highlight areas blink in the image display.
Sound Recording
Voice annotation recorded with the built-in microphone and attached to the image in WAVE format.
Direct Printing
Compatible printers: SELPHY Compact Photo Printers, CP Direct, PictBridge compatible printers.
Body Dimensions (W x H x D)
156 x 157.6 x 79.9mm.
Weight (Body Only) 1,225g.
Custom Function Chart
Function No.
Function Description
C. Fn-01
Finder display
during exposure
No viewfinder display
EOS-1D Mark II N
Finder display on
C. Fn-02
Shutter release
without CF card
Possible without card
Not possible
AF/AE lock
AE lock/AF
AF/AF lock, no AE lock
AE/AF, no AE lock
None (ISO Speed extension moved to menu)
C. Fn-03
C. Fn-04
Shutter button/
AE Lock button
C. Fn-05
C. Fn-06
C. Fn-07
C. Fn-08
C. Fn-09
Manual Tv/Av
set. for M exp.
Exposure level
USM Lens
electronic MF
Top LCD panel/
Back LCD panel
Auto bracketing
1/3-stop set, 1/3-stop comp
1-stop set, 1/3-stop comp
1/2-stop set, 1/2-stop comp
Turns on after One-Shot AF
Turns off after One-Shot AF
Disabled in AF mode
Remaining Shots/File No.
ISO/Remaining Shots
ISO/File No.
Shots in folder/Remaining Shots
0 → — → +/Auto cancellation
C. Fn-12
C. Fn-13
AF point
selection method
Mirror lockup
Number AF points/
Spot metering
w/o lens
w/o lens
0 → — → +/No cancellation
— → 0 → +/Auto cancellation
— → 0 → +/No cancell­­­­­­­­­­ation
On without dimming
45/Centre AF point
11/Active AF point
11/Centre AF point
9/Active AF point
9/Centre AF
Evaluative flash metering
Averaged flash metering
C. Fn-11
C. Fn-10
AF point
↔ = +⁄– +
 = +⁄– +
C. Fn-14
C. Fn-15
Shutter curtain
1st-curtain synchronization
2nd-curtain synchronization
C. Fn-16
Safety shift in
Av or Tv
Single AF point
Expand (TTL. of 7 AF points)
Automatic expand (max. 13)
C. Fn-17
C. Fn-18
C. Fn-19
AF point
activation area
Switch to registered
AF point
Lens AF stop
button function
Only while pressing
AF stop
AF start
AE lock while metering
AF point: M → Auto/Auto → Ctr.
C. Fn-20
C. Fn-21
C. Fn-00
tracking sensitivity
Drive speed priority
Focusing Screen
IS start
Moderately slow
Moderately fast
N Ec-N, R
L Ec-A, B, C, C II, C III, D, H, I, L
P Ec-S
Please note images are for illustrative purposes only.
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