Canon 9442A002, 9442A008 Specification

Canon 9442A002, 9442A008 Specification
New Product Specifications
Imaging Sensor
Recording pixels
Approx. 8.25 million pixels (total pixels: approx 8.5 million)
3504 x 2336
Sensor type
CMOS sensor, with primary R-G-B filtration
Sensor size
22.5 x 15.0mm
Pixel size
Lens focal length factor
6.4 microns square
Approx. 1.6x
Maximum frames per second
Maximum number of frames / burst
Shutter speeds
Flash sync speed
Computer Interface
5 fps (at full resolution)
• JPEG: 22
• RAW: 6
30 seconds ~ 1⁄ 8000, plus Bulb ( 1⁄3 or 1⁄2-step increments)
Up to 1⁄250, with EX-series Speedlites
USB 2.0 (Hi-speed)
Image Recording
Storage media
Card compatibility
Image format options
Resolution options
Data recording format
File numbering
Data Verification
CompactFlash cards (type I or II, including Microdrives—writing time xx% faster than 10D)
“FAT32” compatible — OK for cards over 2GB
• JPEG (choice of “Fine” or “Normal” compression)
• RAW (new .CR2 RAW file format)
• RAW + JPEG (any JPEG file size available; JPEG file now written as separate file)
“Large” — 3504 x 2336 (approx. 8.2 million pixels)
“Medium” — 2544 x 1696 (approx. 4.3 million pixels)
“Small” — 1752 x 1168 (approx. 2 million pixels)
DCF 2.0 and EXIF 2.21
• EXIF 2.21 — Adobe 1998 RGB images will open up in proper color space
in compatible image-editing software programs (Adobe Photoshop™, etc.)
sRGB color space: IMG_0001.JPG or IMG_0001.CR2
Adobe 1998 RGB color space: _MG_0001.JPG or _MG_0001.CR2
• New Canon RAW file format uses “.CR2” suffix
• Images shot in Adobe 1998 RGB color space replace first character with “_”
Automatically created on CF card by the camera
“Original Image Data’ can be appended to each image via Custom Function 18-1
Image Playback
LCD monitor
Image playback
Playback options
LCD monitor brightness
1.8-inch (diagonal) TFT color; approx. 100% coverage
Automatic after image is taken, or by pressing “Display” button on rear of body
• Single image
• Single image with Info (expanded text data, with brightness histogram and highlight alert)
• 9-image index
• Magnified zoom display (1.5x ~ 10x, in 15 steps)
Adjustable in 5 levels (via Menu)
Yes (to standard TV monitor); NTSC or PAL — selectable on Menu
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Number of AF points
• Arrangement of AF points approximate “golden section” composition
Cross-type sensor
Center AF point is high-precision cross-type, when used with lenses ƒ2.8 or faster
• All AF points provide single-line coverage with lenses as slow as ƒ5.6
AF point selection
1. Manual AF point selection
via new 9-way multi-controller on back of camera
2. Automatic AF point selection
AF modes
• One-Shot AF (for stationary subjects)
• AI Servo AF (for tracking moving subjects)
• AI Focus AF (auto selection of One-Shot or AI Servo AF)
AF sensor
Canon-produced CMOS
AF sensitivity range
AF speed
EV 0.5 ~ 18 (one stop greater low-light performance than EOS 10D)
Superior to EOS 10D with stationary subjects
• Predictive AF performance in AI Servo AF about the same as EOS 10D
Exposure Control
Shutter speeds
ISO range
Exposure modes
Metering range
Exposure compensation
Auto Exposure Bracketing
30 seconds ~ 1⁄ 8000, plus Bulb ( 1⁄3 or 1⁄2-step increments); x-sync at 1⁄250
100 ~ 1600, in full-step increments (ISO 3200 available via Custom Function 8-1)
• Automatic ISO setting in “Green Zone” and picture icon exposure modes;
base ISO for Auto ISO setting is now 400
Manual, Aperture-priority (Av), Shutter-priority (Tv), Program AE, Depth-of-field AE (A-DEP)
• Full-auto mode (“green zone”)
• P.I.C. modes — portrait, landscape, close-up, sports, night portrait, flash off
35-zone metering sensor
• Evaluative metering (linked to all AF points)
• Center-weighted metering
• Partial metering
EV 1 ~ 20 (all patterns, at normal temperatures)
Possible in P, Tv, Av and A-DEP exposure modes
• +⁄- up to two stops, in 1⁄2 or 1⁄3-stop increments (via Quick Control Dial)
Possible in P, Tv, Av and A-DEP exposure modes
• +⁄- up to two stops, in 1⁄2 or 1⁄3-stop increments
Compatible flashes
E-TTL II flash metering
All Canon EX-series Speedlites, including new Speedlite 580EX
• Flash metering not linked to active AF point
• Distance from compatible EF lenses now used
• Entire metering area can be averaged using Custom Function 14-1
Modeling flash
1-sec. burst of flash possible at 70Hz when depth-of-field preview button is pressed
(580EX, 550EX, 420EX, MR-14EX, MT-24EX and Speedlite Transmitter only)
Wireless E-TTL
Fully compatible, including ratio setting over six-stop range
Up to +⁄- 2 stops can be set on camera body (can also be set on compatible speedlites)
Flash Exposure Compensation
Built-in flash
• Covers lenses as wide as 17mm
• Guide Number 42 (feet, at ISO 100); approximate distance range 3~10 feet (ISO 100)
• Pops up 3⁄4-inch higher than EOS 10D’s flash, to minimize red-eye
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Focus screen
Viewfinder display
Dioptric adjustment
Mirror lock-up
Eyepiece shutter
New Precision Matte screen; non-interchangeable
• Superior focusing contrast and “snap” compared to New Laser Matte type used in EOS 10D
Virtually identical to EOS 10D
• White Balance correction icon added along bottom display
User-set from -3.0 ~ +1.0
(range can be extended using optional Canon Dioptric Lens E, plus Rubber Frame EB)
Possible via Custom Function 12-1
None (cover is provided on included strap)
Color control
Color space
White Balance
Standard sRGB, or Adobe 1998 RGB
• Auto
• Pre-set (Daylight, Shade, Cloudy, Tungsten, Fluorescent, Flash)
• Color Temperature (set by user from 2800K ~ 10,000K in 100K increments)
• Custom (shoot white object or 18% gray card, base WB on that neutral object)
White Balance correction
Fine-tuning of overall color, after white balance has been set
• Amber–Blue correction, in 9 steps
• Magenta–Green correction, in 9 steps
• Set on graph on LCD monitor, using 9-way controller
• Both types of correction can be combined
White Balance bracketing
Three separate files written with a single click of the shutter
• Can be varied in the Amber–Blue direction, or the Magenta–Green direction
• Can be adjusted up to +⁄- 15 mireds for amber–blue bracketing
• Can be combined with standard auto exposure bracketing (9 files written to CF card)
Parameter adjustments
Black & White recording
Black & White parameters
Vary default levels of Contrast, Sharpness, Color Saturation, and Color Tone
• Set 1: increased levels of contrast, sharpness and color saturation; suited for inkjet prints
• Set 2: standard levels; suited for manipulation with image-editing software
• Contrast, Sharpness, Color Saturation and Color Tone can be adjusted over 5-step range
and applied to any of 3 user-created parameter sets
Set via Parameters in camera’s menu
Adjust Contrast and Sharpness
Black & White Filter effects
Gives effects similar to using traditional colored filters with black & white film
• None (continuous-tone B&W image)
• Yellow (darker blue skies, lighter skin tones and blemishes)
• Orange (stronger dark skies; lightens reddish objects)
• Red (stormy dark blue skies, dark grass, red and orange objects very light)
• Green (significant lightening of foliage, darkening of reddish objects)
Black & White Tone effects
Black & White images with a single color added — similar to traditional print toning
• None (continuous-tone grayscale B&W image)
• Sepia (warm brownish overall tone)
• Blue (cool blue overall tone)
• Purple (overall purple tone)
• Green (overall greenish tone)
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Computer connection
Remote Control
USB 2.0 Hi-speed, via small “B”-type USB connection
N3-type push-in terminal (same as EOS 10D, EOS-1D, etc.)
Single-pin mini-jack
Direct Printing
Compatible images
Connection to printer
Image Optimization
DPOF image marking
• Canon Direct Printing to compact CP-type card photo printers
• Bubblejet Direct printing to compatible Canon letter-size printers
• PictBridge printing to compatible Canon and other brand printers
(PictBridge requires PTP protocol; set under “communications” in camera’s menu)
JPEG files only (JPEGs shot in RAW + JPEG mode are OK)
via USB cable included with camera
Possible when connected to compatible Canon printers
• EXIF print
• Vivid Print
• Noise reduction
Compatible — images can be “tagged” while reviewing on LCD monitor
Power Supply
Shooting capacity
Charger unit
AC Adapter
Battery Grip
Date/Time back-up battery
BP-511, BP-511A, or BP-512 (rechargeable Lithium-Ion — same as EOS 10D)
(BP-511/BP-512: 1100mAh; BP-511A: 1390mAh)
TBA (also can be charged with Compact Power Adapter CA-PS400)
AC Adapter ACK-E2 (consists of Adapter AC-E2, and “dummy battery” DR-400)
CR2016 lithium battery — coin-type; user-replaceable (estimated life 5 years)
Exterior material
Magnesium alloy top, front and rear covers
Chassis material
Polycarbonate and stainless steel
Lens mount
Compatible with EF-S lenses
“Best match” lens
Operating temperature range
Dimensions (W x H x D)
Weight (without battery or CF card)
EF lens mount; Metal
New EF-S 17-85mm ƒ4~5.6 IS USM (equivalent to 28-135mm with image stabilization)
32° ~ 104°F, at 85% or lower humidity (0° ~ 40°C)
5.7 x 4.2 x 2.8 in. (114 x 105.5 x 71.5mm) — smaller in all dimensions than EOS 10D
24.3 oz. (690g) — 3.5 oz. (100g) lighter than EOS 10D
Note: Underlined items are new features, or specs superior to EOS 10D
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