Canon EOS-1D Quick start guide

Canon EOS-1D Quick start guide
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Canon: Digital Magnificence
For a winning combination of technology and performance, there’s nothing quite like the EOS System. No matter the photographer, no
matter the occasion, the EOS System delivers phenomenal still and moving images with ease. Proprietary Canon sensors and processors
work in concert with proven camera and lens designs for incomparable photographic and EOS Full HD Video performance. A comprehensive
collection of printers, projectors and software solutions, plus the line of Canon PowerShot compact cameras, combine to further complement
the EOS System, creating a state-of-the-art technological synergy that not only presents the user with a cohesive photographic solution,
but also simply makes for beautiful images. With powerful imaging systems bolstered by a network of online support from the Canon
Digital Learning Center, great images start with Canon.
EOS SLR CAMERAS
Rugged construction, photographerfriendly features, and compatibility
with the entire line of EF lenses and
EOS accessories make Canon EOS
SLR benchmarks for performance,
ease of use, and quality.
• EOS SLR Technology ................... 4
• EOS DSLR Cameras ..................... 16
• EOS DSLR Comparison Chart ....... 28
• EOS System Chart....................... 31
• Image Format and Capacity Chart .. 32
EF/EF-S LENSES
A unique blend of hyper-advanced
optical, microelectronics, and
precision manufacturing technologies,
EF/EF-S lenses are perfected in
Canon’s laboratories and proven in
the field.
• EF/EF-S Lens Technology............. 34
• EF/EF-S Lens Lineup.................... 40
• EF/EF-S Lens Chart...................... 46
• EF/EF-S Lens Accessories ............ 48
SPEEDLITES
Canon Speedlites are the ideal flash
light source for EOS SLR cameras.
They are technologically advanced to
provide perfect exposure and
illumination with just about any
subject.
• Speedlite Technology ................. 50
• Wireless Flash Photography ........ 52
• Speedlite Lineup ........................ 53
• Speedlite Accessories ................. 55
EOS SYSTEM ACCESSORIES
Canon accessories are the best way to
enhance EOS system performance and
get the most out of EOS SLR cameras.
There are solutions for virtually any
shooting situation.
• Battery ....................................... 56
• Wireless ..................................... 58
• Remote Control & Accessories .... 59
• Viewfinder Accessories ............... 60
• Peripherals................................. 62
• Bags & Cases ............................. 63
POWERSHOT
Built on some of the same technologies
as EOS DSLR cameras, PowerShot
cameras offer spectacular quality and
control in a compact and easy-to-use body.
• PowerShot Lineup ...................... 64
PHOTO PRINTERS
From large format to 4" x 6" prints,
Canon’s imagePROGRAF and PIXMA
photo printers enable photographers
to produce professional-grade
photoprints simply—almost
anywhere, anytime.
• Photo Printer Technology ............ 66
• Photo Printer Lineup ................... 70
REALiS PROJECTORS
The REALiS Multimedia Projectors
from Canon feature LCOS (Liquid
Crystal on Silicon) technology and
AISYS (Aspectual Illumination
System) Optics, raising the bar for
quality in presentation.
• Projector Technology ..................
• Projector Lineup .........................
EOS EDUCATION &
INSPIRATION
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The Canon Digital Learning Center and
Canon Live Learning serve to educate,
inform and inspire EOS users. Learn
from professionals how to get the
maximum out of your EOS SLR camera.
• Canon Digital Learning Center ..... 74
• Canon Live Learning ................... 75
• Service and Support ................... 76
• Canon Professional Services ....... 77
EOS SLR CAMERAS
vertical) and 20 outer cross-type
points (f/4.0 horizontal), and is
remarkably sensitive in low light
situations (EV-2 for a central point
with a f/2.8 lens). It remains stable
in adverse conditions, with secondary
imaging lenses that use temperature
and humidity resistant glass molding.
controlling mirror bounce. This
contributes not only to high-speed
continuous shooting, but also a stable
viewfinder image plus greater AF
and AE accuracy.
Enhanced Subject Tracking
AF Modes
EOS SLR TECHNOLOGY
The history of Canon EOS SLR cameras is brimming with examples of technological
innovations that have set new industry standards for performance and usability. And
yet, at Canon, technology is never an end in itself. Every technological advancement
must yield tangible benefits to the user. Does a new feature enable the camera to more
quickly and faithfully respond to the photographer’s will? Does a new material or
process improve the camera’s long-term reliability? Canon EOS
advancements endure because they enhance the photographic
experience, whether you are a seasoned professional or new to
SLR shooting. Put simply, Canon EOS SLR technologies
are impressive because of the quality of the images
they enable you to create.
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Autofocus Technology
The EOS system leads the way in
professional AF technology with
multi-point AF systems that deliver
an ever-increasing combination of accuracy and
speed in diverse situations. The newest EOS
camera, the EOS-1D X marks a new benchmark
in AF technology, with a 61-Point High Density
Reticular AF. It has improved tracking, 5 central
dual cross-type points (f/2.8 diagonal), 21
central cross-type points (f/5.6 horizontal &
61-Point High Density Reticular AF
Canon EOS cameras feature a number
of dedicated autofocus modes designed
to enhance reliability in specific
shooting situations. ONE-SHOT AF
mode is ideal for static subjects —
the camera rapidly selects the optimum
focusing point, and the subject is instantly brought
into focus even if it is off-center. AI Servo AF mode
is excellent for moving subjects. Aided by a highly
intelligent predictive focusing algorithm, it precisely
tracks subject movement across the wide AF
coverage area, automatically shifting the active
focusing point vertically and horizontally as
required. AI Focus AF mode, in which the camera
automatically decides between ONE-SHOT and
AI Servo AF modes based on subject movement,
is ideal for shooting unpredictable subjects. The
AI Servo AF III, found on the EOS-1D X uses new
algorithms for even better predictive focus tracking
performance when shooting subjects with
unpredictable movement. Even difficult, highmagnification subjects, such as a flower in a breeze
are captured accurately with a Canon macro lens
using these new tracking algorithms.
Leading-Edge AF Technology — The EOS-1D X incorporates
a highly advanced 61-Point High Density Reticular AF that
delivers exceptional focus accuracy. It provides multi-zone wide
area coverage for better tracking and astonishing AF performance in low light.
Reliable subject identification and
tracking features significantly
improve a camera’s performance in
any number of situations. As seen
on the new EOS-1D X, EOS iTR AF
can use both face detection and color
to track a subject. With acceleration
and deceleration tracking, the
EOS-1D X’s AI Servo AF system can
adjust response and react to sudden stops and
starts, perfect especially for sports and wildlife
photography. Specific parameters can be
adjusted and refined and saved in the AF menu
for later use.
High-Speed Shooting
The new AF system found on the EOS-1D X
combines fast 16-channel data readout from the
camera’s 18.1 Megapixel CMOS sensor, the
processing speed of the Dual ≥ 5+ Image
Processors with a speedier shutter and mirror
system to raise the performance bar for all digital
cameras, all while capturing images full-frame. A
new mirror mechanism provides improved AF
precision, speed and stability. The main mirror is
equipped with two balancers and one bounce-lock
mechanism, and the sub-mirror has two balancers
and two bounce-lock mechanisms, thus effectively
Diverse AF Shooting Options
On the new EOS-1D X, there are 6 AF point
selection methods: spot, single point, single
point and adjacent 4 points, single point and
adjacent 8 points, zone selection and full
automatic, plus there’s a dedicated AF
configuration tool for control of AI Servo AF
tracking parameters. And to manage all of the
new shooting options, the EOS-1D X debuts a
dedicated AF menu tab, so AF settings are
faster and easier to access than ever before.
12 fps — Proprietary Canon technologies in the EOS-1D X deliver state-ofthe-art performance: an astounding continuous shooting speed of 12 fps
(RAW+JPEG) up to a maximum of 14 fps (JPEG) in Super High Speed Mode
at full resolution.
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EOS SLR CAMERAS
EOS Full HD
Video Advantage
Interchangeable EF/EF-S Lenses – Creative opportunities are at your fingertips thanks to Canon EF/EF-S Lenses.
Depth-of-field
Select EOS DSLRs feature 1920 x 1080 Full HD video capture and offer the
enhanced image quality, smooth frame rates and adaptive exposure compensation
necessary in professional movie-making tools. By shooting video with an EOS
DSLR, it’s simple to take advantage of the image quality and characteristics intrinsic
to DSLRs, resulting in richer, more detailed and more diverse images. The large
sensor found in EOS DSLRs means more high quality pixels plus the potential to
shoot at higher ISO sensitivities without loss of detail.
EOS Full HD Video
EOS DSLRs increase shooting
flexibility for the videographer in that they
allow for full use of Canon EF and EF-S lenses,
including wide-angle, macro, super-telephoto,
tilt-shift and fisheye, providing a wealth of
focal lengths, depth-of-field and other creative
shooting options once reserved for still
photography. All Live View AF features can
also be used in shooting video, and playback
modes are available in-camera, with sound.
Combined with their size, image quality and
flexibility, EOS DSLRs with Full HD video
capture are superlative all-in-one, multimedia
image-capturing tools.
Exposure control in the display
Manual Control
For complete creative decision-making on the
go, select EOS DSLRs offer flexible manual
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controls for their movie modes. Not only can
one take advantage of the DSLR’s range of ISO
sensitivities, it’s simple to control exposure
and depth-of-field, all of which can have a
profound effect on the mood of a scene. It’s all
as easy as the press of a button. By controlling
depth-of-field, it’s simple to create gorgeous
background blur. Exposure can be determined
and set even in complex lighting situations,
maintaining the same look and feel throughout
an entire scene, not just the initial shot.
Large CMOS Sensor
With amazing Canon CMOS sensors, video is easy
to shoot, and looks better than ever before. Large
sensors provide a look and perspective impossible
to achieve with traditional video cameras, and the
quality must be seen to be believed. Large
sensors also capture more light, and can record
at high ISO sensitivities with less digital grain and
reduced image noise. This enables low-light
shooting, without loss of detail, in situations
previously impossible without artificial light.
Although many devices, even mobile phones,
offer HD recording, the quality of video captured
by an EOS DSLR and its CMOS sensor is markedly
vibrant and truer to life.
When shooting a video on an EOS DSLR, it’s
simple to control each shot’s depth-of-field, an
option previously available only when filming
with expensive professional cinema cameras.
Thanks to the physical size of EOS DSLR CMOS
sensors, combined with the large maximum
apertures achieved by Canon lenses, depth-offield, or lack thereof, can be a creative decision
reached solely by the photographer. If a large
aperture is chosen, thus creating shallow depthof-field, evocative, dramatic moving images with
blurred backgrounds can be attained with ease,
something simply not possible with smaller sensors
or compact cameras. If everything must be in
focus, shooting with a small aperture helps
ensure phenomenal depth-of-field, for illustrative
landscapes, architecture or anything else where
all details must be recorded. The drama, beauty
and mood achievable by controlling a movie
clip’s depth-of-field cannot be overstated — and
an EOS DSLR controls it with ease.
Frame Rates
In select models, EOS Full HD video movies can
be captured at 1920 x 1080 resolution, for up to
4GB per clip. Movies are saved as MOV files and
can be viewed in Full HD with HDMI output.
Other recording sizes include HD at 1280 x 720
(50/60 fps) or SD/VGA at 640 x 480 (50/60 fps). No
matter the end-application, the proper resolution
and frame rate is easily defined with EOS cameras.
Resolution
fps
1920 x 1080 (Full HD) 30P (29.97), 25P, 24P (23.976)
1280 x 720 (HD)
60P (59.94), 50P
640 x 480 (SD)
60P (59.94), 50P
Macro lenses let you
get up close for detailed
shots of small subjects.
Wide-angle lenses are perfect
for shooting in tight spaces or
to capture large expanses.
Fisheye lenses impart an
extraordinary perspective and
angle-of-view far beyond the
limits of human vision.
Tilt-shift lenses allow you to
control the area of focus.
Telephoto lenses
Canon’s amazing telephoto lenses
bring the action closer, emphasizing the subject at hand.
Creative Capabilities with EOS Lenses
Sound Recording Level Adjustment
Advanced Video Recording Options
From fisheye to super-telephoto, the amazing
Canon EF and EF-S lenses offer a stunning combination of sharpness, speed, compactness and
flexibility — the perfect complement to a user’s
creativity. With the ability to create images of great
beauty, with controlled depth-of-field, interchangeable lenses bring moviemaking to a whole
new level. And the range of focal lengths is simply
staggering. With over 60 lenses available, including
the Canon EF 8-15mm f/4L Fisheye USM, the
world’s first real fisheye zoom lens that
functions as a circular fisheye and full-frame
fisheye for a full size CMOS sensor, and as a
full-frame fisheye for APS-C/H sizes, there’s an
EF or EF-S lens for everyone. No matter the
photographer, no matter the situation, Canon’s
superlative lenses help ensure quality results.
To ensure the best possible recording of sound,
a number of EOS DSLRs offer a host of usercontrolled sound recording adjustments. The
manual sound recording level can be adjusted to
one of 64 levels, and an optional wind filter can
minimize unwanted excess sounds. Whether
recording through an external microphone (on
certain EOS models) or through the camera’s
internal mic, this important feature means more
audible voices, less unwanted noise, and better
overall sound.
Video Snapshot
Automatic Splitting of Video Files
With the Video Snapshot feature,
found on cameras like the EOS
Rebel T3i, short video clips (of 2,
4 or 8 seconds) can be stitched together, in-camera,
into one video file as a “snapshot album”
perfect for sharing online, or displaying to an
HDTV directly from the camera.
The FAT file system’s 4GB size limit cannot be
changed, but it no longer has to interrupt
video capture. With the EOS-1D X, should a
video file reach the 4GB limit during shooting,
a new file is automatically created, enabling
recording to continue without interruption.
Sequential files can later be joined in an editor
with seamless results.
Shooting HD video with an EOS DSLR, it’s simple
to take advantage of the image quality and
characteristics intrinsic to DSLRs, as the large
sensor found in EOS DSLRs means more high
quality pixels, the potential to shoot at higher
ISO sensitivities without loss of detail and full
use of Canon EF and EF-S lenses with their wealth
of focal lengths, depth-of-field and other creative
shooting features. Most EOS DSLRs feature
1920 x 1080 Full HD video capture, delivering
professional frame rates, adaptive exposure tools
and phenomenal image quality. The new EOS-1D X
offers users a choice between All-I and IPB
compression and supports High Profile under the
H.264/MPEG-4 AVC standard, combining high
image quality with high coding efficiency and
producing files that are well suited for transmission
or broadcast. It automatically splits files greater
than 4GB (FAT limitation) without interruption and
offers the option of timecoding at all times (Free Run)
or only during recording (Rec Run), useful for multicamera shots. It also features improved sound
recording adjustment capabilities, offering 64-step
volume control accessible through the quick settings
screen during video shooting. New sensor technology
in the EOS-1D X significantly increases image quality,
reducing color artifacts and moire.
Movie Digital Zoom
Movie Digital Zoom, found on models like the
EOS Rebel T3i, make it possible to zoom while
shooting motion video from 3x to 10x, adding a
whole new level of drama to video clips.
Movie Crop
The Movie Crop function, on
cameras like the EOS 60D and
EOS Rebel T2i, enables zooming at 7x the
captured focal length for distant action and
extreme close-ups. This feature is perfect when
the chosen subject is in a crowd, like a specific
athlete, when it’s impossible to get close to the
action. Recorded as a VGA movie, Movie Crop
shots are perfect for emailing, posting online,
or editing into other movie clips.
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Highlight Tone Priority function calculates the
exposure to expand the image’s dynamic range
so that more detail is preserved in highlights.
This renders a more continuous tone image
without blown highlights, and helps to save
time in post-processing for highlight retrieval.
Highlight Tone Priority: ON
Highlight Tone Priority: OFF
Lens Peripheral Illumination Correction
High ISO – Whether shooting stills or video, Canon EOS DSLR cameras capture silky-smooth low-noise images that are sharp
with a wide dynamic range of color and tone, even at high ISO speeds.
≥ 5+ / 4 / III
Image Processor
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Canon CMOS Sensor
Taking advantage of its own proprietary technologies, Canon develops and produces its own CMOS
sensors. Unlike CCD sensors, CMOS sensors convert
and amplify signals before they are transferred to
the image processor, enabling them to produce
exceptionally clean image data and reduce power
consumption by as much as 90%. Data transfer
speeds are increased by using multi-channel signal
paths that dramatically improve the camera’s
responsiveness. Canon’s CMOS sensors incorporate
a unique on-chip noise reduction technology to
deal with both fixed pattern and random noise.
In addition, a multilayer low-pass filter is placed
in front of the sensor to isolate false colors that
the sensor may detect. Then, Canon’s own ≥
Image Processor processes the image to help
eliminate those colors while retaining full detail.
CMOS sensors can also be fabricated to full-frame
35mm dimensions, an important consideration
for photographers who wish to use their lenses
without a conversion factor. Canon’s CMOS
sensors deliver outstanding resolution and signal
purity, making them ideal for the most critical
photo or video applications.
Full-Frame Canon CMOS Sensor
The Canon-manufactured full-frame
CMOS sensor delivers professional
performance with digital convenience. EOS DSLR
cameras with full-frame sensors, found on the
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APS-C (1.6x)
Designed to maximize the performance
between the capture and recording stages of
digital photography, the ≥ Image Processor
uses advanced signal processing technologies
to enhance image quality and deliver a more
intuitive, responsive camera. Processors
like the ≥ 4, found on the majority of
EOS DSLRs speed up camera operations such
APS-H (1.3x)
Full-Frame (1.0x)
EOS-1D X Full-Frame CMOS Sensor (actual size)
EOS-1D X, EOS-1Ds Mark III and EOS 5D Mark II,
do not require a focal length conversion factor
common to other digital SLR cameras on the market.
Instead, they deliver the same angle-of-view as
35mm film cameras, so the working distance to
the subject, with a given lens, is the same as it
would be on film. Since you can use EF lenses
on either 35mm film cameras or Canon DSLR
cameras with the same results, the switch
from film to digital is truly seamless. Full-frame
sensors provide greater control over depth-offield, which helps to create beautiful background
blur, perfect for portraits. The large sensor area
also helps to enable a marked reduction in
noise levels at all ISO values. When combined
with high resolution and smooth gradation from
highlights to shadows, Canon DSLR cameras with
full-frame sensors produce images that rival
When using the same lens with different cameras, the
angle-of-view varies depending on the sensor size.
those taken with professional medium-format
and large-format film cameras. For maximum
control and dependable performance, the choice
is simple—Canon full-frame DSLR cameras.
Effective Light-gathering
The EOS-1D X sensor has 18.1 effective
megapixels with individual 6.95 µm pixels
and the EOS 5D Mark II and the EOS-1Ds
Mark III have 21.1 megapixel sensors with
individual 6.4 µm pixels. An improved S/N
ratio plus a new photodiode structure with an
increased photoelectric conversion rate on the
EOS-1D X’s sensor increases sensitivity by
approximately 2 stops over previous models,
meaning higher ISOs with the lowest noise of
any EOS DSLR.
Even at higher ISO settings where one might
expect to see a higher degree of noise, the
renowned Canon CMOS sensor and noise
reduction system work to ensure superb image
quality. Accordingly, even the most critical
photographers can use EOS SLR cameras with
confidence, no matter the light.
Auto Lighting Optimizer
Advanced 14-bit A/D Conversion
EOS DSLR cameras employ 14-bit converters
to process the output of the imaging sensor.
Compared to the 12-bit converters used in
most digital cameras, the Canon design helps
ensure smoother tonal transitions, more natural
gradations, and superb color fidelity. RAW
images are recorded at 14 bits so that processed 16-bit TIFF images contain the full range
of tonal values captured by the sensor.
Lens Aberration Correction
that advanced technologies like Face Detection
AF, Live View composing, Full HD movie
recording and more are simple and easy. The
≥ 5+ Image Processors found on the
EOS-1D X turbocharge performance, and can
even support compensation for chromatic
aberration in both still and motion images.
Extensive ISO Range*
EOS SLR cameras feature an extensive
ISO range for greater flexibility in
diverse photographic situations. The EOS-1D X
features the breathtaking ISO range of ISO
100-51200 (L: 50, H1: 102400, H2: 204800)!
*Standard output sensitivity. Recommended exposure index.
Another feature available in Canon’s newest
EOS DSLRs is Canon’s Lens Peripheral
Illumination Correction feature. Taking into
account the lens in use, this feature automatically
brightens the light level at the four corners of
the composition where light falloff may have
occurred. Peripheral illumination characteristics
and correction data are detected automatically
on a number of Canon lenses and can be
entered manually through Canon’s EOS utility
software. This function can be applied when
shooting to JPEG images, and in post-processing
with RAW images.
With the new EOS-1D X and its Dual ≥ 5+
processors, chromatic aberration in Canon
lenses can be corrected at the time of shooting.
Select EOS cameras can read the correction data
from lenses, and those lenses can be registered
to the camera. The EOS-1D X can even distinguish
between different lenses of the same model by
supporting registration of serial numbers (with
compatible EF lenses).
One of Canon’s newest technologies, the Auto
Lighting Optimizer, automatically corrects
image exposure to help ensure accurate
brightness and contrast. It can actually brighten
areas of the composition while maintaining
highlight details and accurate exposure in
others, or darken areas of composition while
maintaining brightness and shadow details in
others. This remarkable feature is available as
both an automatic feature in Full Auto and
Creative Auto shooting modes, and can be
used and fine-tuned in other modes. The Canon
Auto Lighting Optimizer ensures beautifully
exposed images that require little to no postproduction work.
Highlight Tone Priority
Loss of highlight detail is one of the greatest
concerns for photographers shooting digitally
in brightly lit and contrasty situations. Canon’s
Auto Lighting Optimizer OFF
Auto Lighting Optimizer ON
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EOS iSA System
The new 100,000-pixel RGB Metering Sensor
with a dedicated ≥ 4 Image Processor,
found on the new EOS-1D X delivers substantial
improvements in evaluative ambient and flash
metering. The sensor has 252 distinct zones,
and reduces to 35 zones in low light. It detects
face and color to perform more accurate subject
recognition, which is used to enhance the
performance of the AE, E-TTL and AF systems.
Superlative Exposure Control
Canon EOS DSLRs incorporate advanced exposure
control systems, offering the photographer
exceptionally precise AE (auto exposure) with a
wide range of metering options. Full-frame
evaluative metering incorporates the camera’s
multi-zone sensor reading with specific focusing
point data. The onboard microcomputer compares
input from all zones and calculates optimum
exposure. While evaluative metering helps to
assure excellent results in even the most
challenging lighting situations, advanced
photographers can choose from among several
additional metering options. Center-Weighted
metering is available for those who prefer a
more traditional pattern. Partial metering limits
readings to sensor zones in the center of the
image area, giving the photographer more
area-specific control. Spot readings can be
Multi-zone Metering — Canon’s sophisticated multi-zone
Evaluative metering system considers not only the active
focusing point, but also a range of metered values
throughout the frame to determine correct exposure even
in difficult lighting.
take the guesswork out of flash photography.
The camera performs instantaneous calculations
based on readings from the preflash, ambient
lighting conditions and assessment of subject
location to determine the optimum flash output
and exposure settings. With E-TTL II, the calculations also incorporate distance information from
compatible EF lenses, enabling the system to
better handle dark, light and highly reflective
subjects. Resulting images can have a virtually
perfect balance between ambient light and
flash illumination, even in complicated lighting
situations and compositions.
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Intelligent Viewfinder
taken at the center of the frame area or, with
some models, linked to an AF point. With
certain EOS cameras, up to eight separate spot
meter readings can be recorded and averaged.
For cameras like the EOS 60D, Canon developed
the iFCL (intelligent Focus Color Luminance)
63-zone dual-layer metering system to incorporate
the color wavelength surrounding the chosen
focus point to help ensure more natural color
rendition. Flash photography with EOS Systems
also benefits from the extraordinary exposure
control technology Canon has created. E-TTL
(Evaluative Through-The-Lens) and E-TTL II
autoflash systems work in combination with
the camera’s multi-zone metering sensor to help
The Intelligent Viewfinder, found
on the EOS-1D X and EOS 7D,
uses a transparent LCD monitor to
superimpose a customizable combination of
focus points, gridlines and other shooting
information within the viewfinder. Whereas with
other EOS cameras’ viewfinders the
representation of AF points and metering areas
are static, the Intelligent Viewfinder allows the
information to be displayed, adjusted, or hidden
with ease. This means less distraction and more
clarity to view the image in its entirety. The
Intelligent Viewfinder includes a Grid Display and
in Spot metering mode, the specific area
metered is shown.
Intelligent Viewfinder – Change your viewfinder display to match any situation.
AF point automatic selection – The camera automatically chooses the correct AF point.
programmable function buttons located on the
front of the camera that enable fast access to
frequently used features the photographer
specifies. Its vertical grip is redesigned for comfort
and familiarity, and combined with a vertical
position Multi-controller, provides every option and
button found in the horizontal for uninterrupted,
intuitive shooting no matter the camera’s orientation.
Plus, the EOS-1D X’s new Multi Electronic Lock
allows the Main Dial, Quick Control Dial and MultiController to be all locked, individually or together.
Spot metering display – Focus with a central,
circular zone for accurate exposure control.
AF point expansion – Focus with a selected AF point
and points surrounding it. Great for moving subjects.
Zone AF – The AF points are divided into five
focusing zones, useful for off-center shots.
M.Fn 2 Button
Depth-of-Field
Preview Button
Vertical-Grip
M.Fn 2 Button
Vertical-Grip
Depth-of Field
Preview Button
AE lock Button
AF ON Button
Live View Function – With Live View Function, images can be
composed and captured from the camera’s LCD monitor.
Viewfinder
No matter the camera’s specifications, a clear, bright viewfinder is
the photographer’s first tool for
great images. Canon innovates with their viewfinders, especially with the viewfinders in the
EOS-1D Mark IV, EOS-1Ds Mark III and EOS 7D,
by offering approx. 100% viewfinder coverage,
and several EOS SLRs have a larger pentaprism
for higher viewfinder magnification. These
cameras offer the best view of any EOS digital
camera to date. All EOS DSLR cameras offer dioptric
correction and several EOS DSLR cameras have
a number of different viewfinder accessories,
including up to 11 different focus screens
available for almost any application.
10x magnified view.
Multi-control Dial on EOS 60D
allowing more attention to detail. Users can even
choose a grid overlay, perfect for architectural
photography. In the studio, Live View Function
can be used remotely (via a computer) through
the camera’s USB connection (via the gigabit
Ethernet port on the EOS-1D X), or wirelessly if
the optional Wireless File Transmitter is used.
Live View Focusing
Canon’s Live View Function includes 3 focusing
modes: Quick mode, Live mode, and Face Detection
Live mode. In Quick mode, One-Shot AF is set automatically and the AF point is selectable even while
the Live View image is displayed. In Live mode, AF
can be started by pressing the AE button for either
AF mode. In Face Detection Live mode, the largest
face near center is detected initially, but the multicontroller can be used to select any face detected.
Vertical-Position
Multi-Controller
Button
Vertical-Position
Grip Button
Custom Function
Camera operations are enhanced by Custom
Functions, conceptualized and developed by
Canon. Custom Functions enable photographers
to tailor features and operating functions to suit
their own shooting style, or to optimize camera
performance for specific subjects, shooting
conditions or a signature style.
Live View Function
Grid display – Useful for scenes where horizontal
or vertical lines are stressed, such as architecture.
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Hide all – An unobstructed view lets you get
close to your subject and capture detail.
AI Servo AF tracking display – Provides instant
feedback of AF points tracking a moving subject.
Spot AF – Focuses on an even smaller area for
precise focus on small subjects.
Canon’s spectacular Live View
shooting is now available through most of the
EOS digital models. Live View Function, where
the photographer can compose and shoot directly
from the camera’s LCD monitor is an indispensable
feature for creative photography in any number
of situations. It enables the photographer to
zoom in and navigate the composition 5x or 10x
its normal size, while enabling critical focus and
Superb Ergonomics
EOS cameras not only produce phenomenal
images, they are designed to be comfortable to
use and carry all day long. From bright viewfinders,
to tactile buttons and knobs, Canon is constantly
refining ergonomics based on the feedback of real
users. Canon’s Custom Functions further enable
photographers to tailor features and operations to
their shooting style. The new EOS-1D X has new,
Custom Function Display
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Vari-angle LCD Monitor
Found on the EOS Rebel T3i
and EOS 60D, the brilliant
Canon Vari-angle 3.0-inch Clear View LCD
monitor with 180° vertical rotation sets new
standards for clarity and flexibility. Designed to
flip out from the back of the camera, the Variangle monitor’s 180° rotation means it can
be adjusted for low angle or high angle and
can even be positioned forward directly at the
subject (when facing the subject, the displayed
image automatically flips, showing a rightside-up mirror image, perfect for self-portraits).
Because the monitor opens out sideways, it
switches between low and high angle shooting
without interfering with the use of auxiliary
camera grips
Fig. or
21tripods.
Adjustable angle
Maximum
Durability and
Performance
For professionals
who demand
nothing less than
the best, EOS
DSLR cameras are
designed to perform
admirably and consistently no matter the
situation. Many EOS bodies are constructed
of rigid, high-strength magnesium-alloy for
rugged performance and professional cameras
like the EOS-1D X and the EOS-1Ds Mark III feature
weather sealing surfaces and connection
points for seamless performance in wet and
dusty situations. The EOS-1D X even has a new
lightweight shutter with carbon-fiber blades
that can maintain up to 14 fps performance
without compromise, for up to 400,000 cycles
and has a minimum shutter release lag of
36ms (when shooting at maximum aperture).
camera that helps combat stray dust that can
enter the camera when changing a lens or when
out in the field. The front surface of the sensor’s
IR-cut/Low-pass filter cleans itself automatically
with ultrasonic vibrations every time the camera is
turned on or off. Removed dust adheres to
material around the filter to help it stay off. With
DPP, dust missed by the cleaning unit can be
captured by Canon’s Dust Delete Data Detection
and can be erased from the image file.
Dual Axis Electronic
Level Sensor
Developed by Canon and featured
in the EOS-1D X and EOS 7D, the
brilliant Dual Axis Electronic Level
display aids in achieving perfectly oriented
shots. Visible in the viewfinder and on the
camera’s LCD monitor, in both Live View
mode or as a standalone, and capable of
displaying both roll and pitch in 1°
increments, the Dual Axis Electronic Level
Sensor is invaluable for architecture, macro
photography, video, or any situation where
critical composition is important.
Shooting Modes
Beyond normal shooting
modes such as Auto,
Aperture priority and
Shutter priority, select
EOS DSLRs offer shooting
features such as Picture
Style technology, which
optimizes camera settings for subjects like
landscapes and portraits, even monochromes.
For even more creative imaging freedom,
Canon developed Basic+. Basic+ makes it easy
to create whatever image effects desired.
Basic+ has two initial option categories: In
“Shoot by ambiance selection,” standard
white balance and exposure compensation
are altered according to the chosen ambience,
Landscape – Great for shooting nature scenes and blue skies, this setting enhances the blues and greens typical in landscapes,
and enhances saturation, contrast and sharpening.
Basic+ screen
like vivid, soft, warm, intense, cool, brighter,
darker and monochrome. In “Shoot by lighting
or scene type,” white balance is adjusted
according to selections like daylight, cloudy,
shade, tungsten, fluorescent and sunset. These
features, complemented by the Canon Auto
Lighting Optimizer, Lens Peripheral Illumination
Correction, Highlight Tone Priority and Noise
Reduction feature help ensure accurate,
nuanced results.
Vari-angle LCD monitor adjustment angle
Forward position
Locations provided with dustproof and drip-proof
measures. (EOS-1D X shown)
EOS Integrated
Cleaning System
Low-angle position
High-angle position
Scene Intelligent Auto
Picture Style Technology
Scene Intelligent Auto, found on
the EOS Rebel T3i merges a number
of very complex measurements
into settings that will ensure photographs of
gorgeous tonality, accurate color, sharp focus
and phenomenal detail.
With the myriad features and
settings available, even the
best photographer might occasionally have
doubts as to whether all of the camera settings
are optimal for the shot. Canon’s ingenious Picture
Style feature comes to the rescue, providing a
number of user-friendly presets, including
standard, neutral and landscape, giving the ability
to fine-tune the images the camera produces. They
enable the photographer to make optimal choices
based simply on the type of shooting. These
presets can be used in much the same way one
would use different types of film, and more can be
created using Canon’s included Picture Style
Editor Software. Individual camera settings—such
as sharpening, contrast, color tone, and saturation
can be overridden if need be.
Picture Style
Auto
Auto
Exposure
Auto Lighting
Optimizer
Scene Intelligent Auto
Auto Focus
Auto White
Balance
Viewfinder display with Intelligent Viewfinder.
Canon has designed an
Integrated Cleaning System with a Self Cleaning
sensor unit customized to the specifications and
performance characteristics of each EOS DSLR
Use Picture Styles to Easily Achieve the Effect You Want
View of rear LCD monitor with Live View.
Low-angle
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Monochrome – This setting emulates the color filters of
silver halide film for bold black and white images and allows
for red, green and other types of filter work.
Portrait – The perfect setting for photographing people, the
portrait setting adds warmer skin tones with a slight boost
in contrast and in-camera sharpening.
Twilight – Capture the subtle vibrancy of colors illuminated
by the soft glow of the receding sun using the twilight
setting. (Extended Function, online support only.)
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Advanced RAW+JPEG
Recording (in-camera
processing)
Best described as “digital
negatives”, RAW images contain
pre-processed image data as captured by the
sensor and, with post-processing, they yield
the highest image quality possible from a DSLR.
While professionals and advanced amateurs
often prefer to shoot in RAW mode, JPEG images
take up significantly less storage space and are
often more immediately pleasing to the eye.
With Canon’s EOS DSLR cameras, images can be
captured in a number of RAW and JPEG modes,
depending on the camera’s sensor, as well as
record numerous combinations of RAW, sRAW
and JPEG images simultaneously. Several models
even offer in-camera post processing. The
EOS-1D X features in-camera post processing
with image correction options like white
balance, brightness, picture style and more,
plus image resizing with JPEG images.
Additionally, the EOS-1D X features Expanded
Quick Control functions during playback like
image protect, image rotate, rating, RAW image
processing, resize, highlight alert, AF point and
image jump, meaning a streamlined workflow
can begin in the field.
previously buried in the menu hierarchy are
brought to the front. Operations previously
assigned to buttons, controls, menus and
custom functions have been consolidated for
quick access in the menu, ensuring the photographer can concentrate on shooting images
with the knowledge that the camera’s settings
are just right. The EOS-1D X, the EOS Rebel T3
and Rebel T3i offer operational help through
the press of the Info button, identifying features
quickly, instructing on their use and minimizing
confusion, even for photographers operating
the camera for the first time.
Help Function Display
Enhanced GUI (Feature Guide, Easier
Menu System)
While Canon’s Graphical User Interface has
long been the industry standard, Canon is
constantly refining and developing new features
for a smoother user experience. Accordingly,
the GUI has been revamped for the new
EOS-1D X based on the response and feedback of professional users. Its Graphic User
Interface is faster, more precise and more
intuitive than ever. The menu structure has been
redesigned so that frequently used functions
Multi-Aspect Ratios
For the ultimate in custom shooting, EOS
models like the Rebel T3i are able to shoot in
a number of aspect ratios, like 4:3, 3:2 16:9,
even 1:1 for square compositions!
Creative Filters
EOS models like the Rebel T3i and EOS 60D
borrow several popular creative filters like
those found in Canon’s popular PowerShot
cameras, like Grainy B&W, Fisheye Effect, Toy
Camera Effect and Miniature Effect.
Miniature Effect
Feature Guide
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Toy Camera Effect
Fisheye Effect
Grainy B & W Effect
Multiple Exposures
Certain EOS cameras, like the EOS-1D X offer
multiple exposure shooting modes for film-like
image creation, with the convenience of incamera processing. In Function Priority mode,
3-4 individual shots are taken, allowing for
proper exposure and composition. In Burst
Mode, continuous shooting is prioritized, up to
9 shots are captured, perfect for capturing golf
or baseball swings.
Wireless Transmitter
Technology
As quickly as the DSLR
camera has become
commonplace in the hands
of professional photographers
and enthusiasts alike, so too
has wireless communication
progressed between the SLR
and external components.
Wireless Transmitter
for EOS-1D X
The EOS DSLRs have a
number of dedicated Wireless File Transmitters
that keep the camera connected to the wireless
world, simply, with tremendous speed. Whether
connected through a port on the side of the
camera, or incorporated into a camera-integrated
design – some units serve as an auxiliary hand
grip – Canon Wireless Transmitters can connect
securely to Local Area Networks (LAN) wirelessly
(with a range up to approximately 500 feet) or
directly, and can connect and upload
to FTP (File Transfer Protocol) or dedicated
WFT Servers.
standard Web browser from anywhere in the
world (Microsoft Internet Explorer®, Apple
Safari®, etc.). Images can be selected from
the browser window and dragged onto a
computer’s desktop or to a folder, which
copies the full file to a computer. Remote
firing of the camera over the Internet is also
possible using the Remote Live View function.
With the EOS-1D X and the EOS 7D, a dedicated
media server can also be created with DLNA
(Digital Living Network Alliance) compliant
devices, allowing numerous points of access
to images instantaneously.
Computer Connectivity – EOS Utility Mode, or
PTP (Point-to-Point) connectivity, allows the
photographer to connect a single camera to a
computer for advanced two-way communication
and professional tethered camera operation.
Certain WFT units can also connect to select
GPS units adding location and time code shooting
data. Plus, WFT models can be used as
remote control receivers, allowing for
wireless shooting and control, from a range
of Wi-Fi enabled handheld devices including
smartphones.
USB Host Capability with GPS Support –
Photographers can take full advantage of the
WFT unit’s USB host capability* by connecting
a compatible GPS device via USB cable or
optional Bluetooth dongle. This makes it possible
to add GPS coordinates, altitude and UTC
time code to embedded shooting data within
image files. Compatible GPS units include
several in Garmin’s GPSMAP series and in the
Magellan eXplorist series (using NMEA 0183
v.2.0.1 output data standard or “Garmin
protocol”). USB Host capability also allows
connectivity to some external hard drives for
added storage options.
Weather-Resistant Design –The WFT units
designed for the EOS-1D class professional
DSLRs feature rugged and lightweight
magnesium alloy bodies, just like the cameras
to which they attach. Moreover, they feature
the same fully sealed construction, ensuring
that the highly weather-resistant design of
the camera is not compromised.
Extensive Wired and Wireless LAN Functions
– Select WFT units not only support wireless
LAN environments but also enable wired
network connections, providing high-speed
100Base-TX communication.** Built-in WPS
(Wi-Fi Protected Setup) makes it easy to make
secure LAN connections.
Linked Multi-Camera Shooting – Using multiple
WFT units on compatible EOS digital cameras,
up to ten Slave/Remote cameras can be
— Wireless and Wireless LAN Functions —
Fast, Reliable Image Data Transfer – The WFT-E6A
(EOS-1D X), WFT-E5A (EOS 7D), WFT-E2 II A
(EOS-1D Mark IV and EOS-1Ds Mark III) and
WFT-E4 II A (EOS 5D Mark II) feature
IEEE802.11a/b/g compatibility, WPS compatibility, WFT Server Remote Live View, a camera
linking function and Bluetooth connectivity.
The WFT-E6A conforms to IEEE 802.11 a/b/g/n
standards, performing up to 2.5x faster than
other models, and features an image resend
feature that ensures that all images get
transferred, even if wireless signal drops
interrupt transmission.
linked wirelessly to a master camera.
Connections are made simply and conveniently via wireless LAN. Remote camera
shutters are automatically tripped when the
master camera shutter is released. With such
a setup, a photographer can, for example,
shoot simultaneously from various angles.
*The WFT-E6A provides an internal
Bluetooth function but does not have USB
host capability. A dedicated GP-E1 accessory
is available for the EOS-1D X.
**The WFT-E6A has no provision for wired
LAN connectivity because the EOS-1D X is
equipped with a Gigabit Ethernet port.
Expandable Accessories
(GPS, compass, etc.)
The GPS Receiver GP-E1 † attaches to the
EOS-1D X, offering the same dust and
waterproof protection as the camera body
itself, features its own power supply and is
always ready to append location
data to images. It records latitude,
longitude/elevation and UTC
time, and features GPS Time
Sync Function and features
an electronic compass that
records the camera’s orientation
when shooting.††
GPS Receiver
for EOS-1D X
— Functions When Connected via USB —
External Media
Record or backup images onto external media
GPS
Media Server Function – Models such as the
WFT-E6A and WFT-E5A also include a media
server function. With select models, in WFT
Server mode, up to three separate computers
can access the camera’s memory card using a
FTP Transfer
EOS Utility
WFT Server
Media Server
Transfer images
to an FTP server
Use EOS Utility to
capture, view, and
download images
remotely
Use a web browser
to capture, view,
and download
images remotely
View images on a
DLNA-compatible
TV or other devices
†
††
Linked Shooting
Wirelessly trigger
shooting by slave
cameras linked to
a master camera
Connected by a USB cable
Connected via Bluetooth
Add the latitude, longitude, altitude, date and time,
and other shooting information to images
The GP-E1 does not require any additional USB or Bluetooth connections to communicate with the EOS-1D X.
I n certain countries and regions, the use of GPS may be restricted. Therefore, be sure to use GPS in accordance with the laws and regulations of your
country or region. Be particularly careful when traveling outside your home country.
As a signal is received from GPS satellites, take sufficient measures when using in locations where the use of electronics is regulated.
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EOS SLR CAMERAS
18.1 Megapixel
Full-Frame
CMOS Sensor
51200 High ISO Standard
24.0 mm
The EOS-1D X features a Canon produced fullframe 18.1 Megapixel CMOS sensor that’s
36.0 mm
EOS-1D X Full-frame
CMOS Sensor (Actual Size)
designed from the ground up to create high
resolution, perfectly detailed images with great
speed and clarity. A full 24 x 36mm, the sensor
captures 5208 x 3477 large individual 6.95 µm
pixels and has a much-improved S/N ratio
resulting in better images from the start. A new
photodiode structure with an increased
photoelectric conversion rate increases the
sensor’s sensitivity by approximately 2 stops over
previous models, meaning higher ISOs with the
lowest noise of any EOS DSLR. And a 2-line
16-channel simultaneous signal readout means
speeds of up to 12 fps (14 fps in Super High Speed
Mode) are possible, even at full resolution!
©Paul Bowen
The Ultimate EOS.
Canon has brought the best of the EOS-1 Series of digital cameras into one
phenomenal, go anywhere, shoot anything dynamo: the new flagship of the EOS
line, the EOS-1D X*. With a full-frame 18.1 Megapixel CMOS sensor, an all-new
Dual ≥ 5+ Image Processors, image capture at up to 14 fps, faster, more accurate and customizable AF, plus an all-new 100,000-pixel RGB Metering Sensor with
its own ≥ 4 Image Processor, the EOS-1D X reaches new levels of performance
with speed, continuous shooting, focus and metering accuracy, light sensitivity,
and ease of use. With rugged construction, improved HD video capture, numerous
connectivity options, and much, much more, the EOS-1D X is truly the ultimate EOS.
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* This device has not been authorized as required by the rules of the Federal Communications Commission. This device is not, and may not
be offered for sale or lease, or sold or leased,until authorization is obtained.
Dual ≥ 5+
Image Processors
For a whole new level of performance,
the EOS-1D X uses Dual ≥5+ Image Processors.
Delivering speeds of up to 12 fps (RAW + JPEG)
and 14 fps (JPEG). Compared with the predecessor,
Canon’s ≥4 Image Processor, the ≥5+
Image Processor offers approximately 17x faster
processing speed, and features new algorithms
that promote greater noise reduction at higher
ISOs. In addition to conventional image processing
functions, the Dual ≥5+ Image Processors
offer real time compensation for chromatic aberration
in both still and motion images. With the power of
these two processors, speed improvements are
noticeable from the instant the camera is turned on
and the stunning results speak for themselves.
The EOS-1D X not only offers higher
standard and expanded ISOs, it delivers a
score of new options to enhance shooting in varied
and fast-changing lighting situations. With a
standard range of ISO 100-51200, the EOS-1D X
represents a 2-stop increase in sensitivity over
previous cameras. Thanks to the improved
signal-to-noise ratio of the new sensor and the
powerful noise reduction provided by the Dual
≥ 5+ Image Processors, the EOS-1D X can
shoot at expanded sensitivities down to ISO 50 (L)
and up to 102400 (H1), and even 204800 (H2)!
Beyond the obvious advantages of its wide ISO
range, the EOS-1D X has a several automatic
ISO settings, found on the dedicated ISO menu.
Minimum and maximum ISO settings can be specified,
as can a user-defined range, plus full auto and manual.
61-Point High Density Reticular AF
The EOS-1D X marks a decisive step forward in
AF technology and performance. It has a newly
designed 61-Point High Density Reticular AF featuring
an Offset Array Sensor that delivers exceptional
focal accuracy in more situations than ever before. It
offers multi-zone wide area AF for better tracking, has
5 central dual cross-type points (f/2.8 diagonal), 21
5 central dual crosstype points
(f/2.8 lenses)
return mirror mechanism, the AF sensor is reliably
stable, every time.
To complement the sophisticated improvements
to the EOS-1D X’s AF system, the camera has a
system-first dedicated AF menu tab, so AF can be
controlled without having to go through custom
function menus. There are 6 AF point selection
methods (spot, single point, single point and
adjacent 4 points, single point and adjacent 8
points, zone selection and full automatic), plus
a dedicated AF configuration tool for control of
AI Servo AF tracking parameters.
EOS iTR AF
With help from the EOS-1D X’s new 100,000-pixel
RGB Metering sensor, subject identification and
tracking is significantly more reliable than with
previous models. EOS iTR (Intelligent Tracking and
Recognition) AF allows for subject recognition based
on color and face detection. These improvements
are evident in tracking movements that were
previously too unpredictable to follow. With
acceleration and deceleration tracking, the EOS-1D X’s
AI Servo AF system can adjust response and react to
sudden stops and starts, perfect especially for
sports and wildlife photography. Specific
parameters can be adjusted and refined and saved
in the AF menu for later use.
20 outer cross-type
points
(f/4.0 lenses)
21 central cross-type
points
(f/5.6 lenses)
central cross-type points (f/5.6 horizontal & vertical)
and 20 outer cross-type points (f/4.0 horizontal),
and is remarkably sensitive in low-light situations
(EV-2 for a central point with a f/2.8 lens).
The AF unit itself is designed to perform flawlessly
even in adverse conditions, with secondary imaging
lenses that use temperature- and humidity-resistant
glass molding. Combined with the EOS-1D X’s quick
New AF and AE systems deliver significant improvement in
subject identification and tracking.
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12 fps High-Speed
Continuous Shooting
The EOS-1D X combines fast 16-channel
data readout from its 18.1 Megapixel CMOS sensor
and the supercharged processing capabilities
of its Dual ≥ 5+ Image Processors with a
speedier shutter and mirror system to raise
the performance bar for EOS DSLR cameras,
all while capturing images full-frame. Ideal
for fixed focus situations, the EOS-1D X’s
super-high-speed mode enables high-speed
shooting up to 14 fps (JPEG).
Improved Shutter-Release Time Lag
Thanks to a non-contact charge and more
resilient design, shutter lag with the EOS-1D X is
reduced to 0.055 sec. A redesigned mirror that
features a Quad Active Mirror Stopper not only
aids in speedy shot-to-shot times, but the
reduced mirror vibration means more stable
shots at all times.
EOS Full HD Video
Durability
Improved GUI / Menu System
Addressing the requests of the
pros, the EOS-1D X captures HD
video with a new level of sophistication for a
DSLR camera. It offers both ALL-I intraframe
and IPB Interframe compression, has High
Profile support for high bit-rate processing, and
automatically splits files greater than 4GB (FAT
specifications) without interruption. It offers the
option of timecoding at all times (Free Run) or
only during recording (Rec Run), useful for
multi-camera shots. It also features improved
sound recording adjustment capabilities,
offering 64-step volume control accessible
through the quick settings screen during video
shooting. The EOS-1D X even features new sensor
technologies that significantly increase image
processor performance, reducing color artifacts
and moiré, a significant problem in video scenes
with vertical lines.
For professionals who demand nothing less
than the best, EOS-1D X is designed to perform
superbly, even in the most demanding
situations, every time. The body is constructed
of rigid, high-strength magnesium-alloy for
rugged performance and features a new grip
design for easier finger placement and reduced
hand fatigue. Its newly redesigned shutter has
lightweight carbon-fiber blades, and is rated to
maintain up to 14 fps performance without
compromise, for up to 400,000 cycles. The
EOS-1D X and accessories like the new WFT-E6A
and GPS Receiver GP-E1 have reinforced
exterior coatings for improved dust and water
resistance, even at their connection points. A
new dust removal system uses two vibrating
elements that free and remove smaller dust
particles far more effectively than previous
systems. As part of Canon’s Integrated Cleaning
System, dust missed by the camera can be
identified and removed using the Dust Delete
Data feature of Canon’s Digital Photo Pro
software, bundled with every EOS DSLR.
Reconceived based on the experience and
feedback of professional users, the EOS-1D X’s
new Graphic User Interface is faster, more precise
and more intuitive than ever. The menu structure
has been redesigned so that frequently used
functions previously buried in the menu hierarchy
are brought to the front. Operations previously
assigned to buttons, controls, menus and custom
functions have been consolidated for quick access
in the menu, ensuring the photographer can
concentrate on shooting images with the
knowledge that the camera’s settings are just
right. With the EOS-1D X’s new Multi Electronic
Lock, the Main Dial, Quick Control Dial and MultiController can all be locked, individually or
together. Meanwhile, the camera offers operational
help through the press of the Info button, identifying
features quickly, instructing on their use and
minimizing confusion, even for photographers
operating the camera for the first time.
Dual Card Slots
EOS iSA System with
Dedicated ≥ 4
The EOS-1D X features a brand new
100,000-pixel RGB Metering Sensor
with a dedicated ≥ 4 Image Processor that
delivers substantial improvements in evaluative
ambient and flash metering. The sensor uses 252
metering zones for general metering, and 35
zones in low light. The meter’s ≥ 4 Image
Processor is the heart of the EOS iSA (Intelligent
Subject Analysis) System that incorporates face
and color recognition data for more stable
performance under rapidly changing lighting
situations that can result in inaccurate
exposure. E-TTL Flash metering gains the
same improvements.
To complement the high-speed drive and record
the maximum number of shots as quickly as
possible, the EOS-1D X records solely to
industry speed-leading CompactFlash cards
and features a Dual Card Slots. Supporting
UDMA mode 7, with a maximum data transfer
rate of 167 MB/s as well as exFAT maximum file
sizes, the EOS-1D X can use Type I and Type II CF
recording media. Three recording settings are
available: Auto switch, wherein the camera
automatically switches from one card to another
when the first is filled, Record Separately, where
the same image is recorded to each card, but in
different size or file type, or Record to Multiple,
where the same image is saved to both cards in
the same size (or sizes). Additionally, images can
easily be transferred from one CF card to the other.
Dual-Axis Electronic Level
100,000-pixel RGB Metering System — The new auto exposure system uses a dedicated 100,000-pixel sensor with 252
zones for metering. The dedicated DIGIC 4 processor
improves subject recognition, providing proper exposure
even with difficult lighting conditions.
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The EOS-1D X features Canon’s
brilliant Dual Axis Electronic Level
display, which aids in achieving
perfect orientation in every shot. Visible in
either the viewfinder or the camera’s LCD
monitor in both Live View or as a standalone
and capable of displaying both roll and pitch
in 1-degree increments, the Dual Axis Electronic
Level is invaluable for architecture, macro
photography, video, or any situation where
critical composition is important.
Enhanced Front and Rear Button Layout
and Customization
The EOS-1D X represents a new standard in
ergonomic construction and customization for EOS
DSLR cameras. With a refined and intelligent layout
of all control buttons and dials, shooting settings
can be made with just the right hand, and quick
image check and image processing operations with
just the left. New, assignable and tactile function
buttons located on the front of the camera enable
fast access to features the photographer uses
frequently. The vertical-position grip has been
redesigned for comfort and
familiarity, and combined
with a vertical position
Multi-controller, Mfn2 and
Depth-of-Field preview
buttons provides every
option found with
horizontal shooting for
uninterrupted, intuitive shooting no matter the
camera’s orientation.
Intelligent Viewfinder
The EOS-1D X’s Intelligent
Viewfinder offers a sharp, bright
100% field of view with an
approximate magnification of .76x and a 20mm
eye-point and, with a new construction featuring
aspherical lens elements, displays less
distortions and color aberrations than previous
models. It uses a transparent LCD to
superimpose a customizable combination of
focus points and gridlines directly over the
image. The AF status indicator can even be
directed to display within or outside of the
viewfinder’s image area. With the Intelligent
Viewfinder, unlike with other cameras, the
photographer has the choice of seeing shooting
information or looking only at the scene in front
of the camera. The ability to effectively erase all
shooting data and turn it back on with the touch
of a button gives the photographer the opportunity
to concentrate simply on seeing and composing
the photograph without distraction, a great
advantage in numerous shooting situations.
The EOS-1D X’s 3.2" TFT LCD monitor has
1,040,000 dots, anti-reflective construction and
features Canon’s Clear View II technology for
bright, sharp display in any number of shooting
situations. It’s ideal for reviewing settings and
images, as well as for shooting in Live View
mode. In Live View, grid lines can be displayed
in 9 sections, 24 sections, or 9 sections with
diagonals, as can the dual-axis electronic level.
For image review, the EOS-1D X has a new
dedicated Magnify/Reduce button. While
pressing the button, zooming in or out (up to
10x) is achieved simply by turning the Main
Dial. Images can be protected or erased quickly,
individually or in batches, and slideshows can
be created with some or all images and can
be sequenced by date, folders, movies, stills
or rating.
Wireless File Transmitter
In-camera Image Processing
Post processing, in-camera, is both
quick and easy with the EOS-1D X.
The EOS-1D X offers in-camera RAW
processing with image correction like white
balance, brightness, picture style and more, as
well as image resizing with JPEG images.
Additionally, the EOS-1D X features Expanded
Quick Control functions during playback like
image protect, image rotate, rating, RAW image
processing, resize, highlight alert, AF point and
image jump, meaning a streamlined workflow
can begin in the field.
Chromatic Aberration Correction
The EOS 1D X's Chromatic Aberration Correction
feature corrects aberrations in Canon lenses at the
time of shooting. Data based on the optical
characteristics of each lens can be read by the
camera, and individual lenses of the same model
can be registered by serial number.
Quick Control Button
During shooting, the EOS-1D X’s dedicated Quick
Control button enables speedy changes of nearly
every shooting parameter with the touch of a
button. During playback, pressing the Quick
Control button enables the photographer to
protect images, rotate, rate, resize, view highlight
alert, AF point and much more.
LCD Monitor and Improved
Playback Features
ON
Correction of lens chromatic
aberration can be applied automatically as you shoot and results
in sharper, cleaner images.
The EOS-1D X is
compatible with the
new WFT-E6A* for
wireless LAN and
Bluetooth transfer
with the IEEE 802.11
a/b/g/n standards,
performing up to 2.5x
faster than previous
models. The EOS-1D X’s WFT-E6A
new image resend feature ensures that all
images get transferred, even if wireless signal
drops interrupt the transmission. The small and
lightweight WFT-E6A is discrete, does not
interfere with other camera operations, and
maintains the EOS-1D X’s high level of dust and
drip resistance.
Accessory Support
The GPS Receiver GP-E1* attaches to the
EOS-1D X, offering the same dust and
waterproof protection as the camera body
itself, features its own power supply and is
always ready to append location data to
images. It records latitude, longitude/
elevation and UTC time, and features GPS
Time Sync Function and an electronic
compass that records the camera’s
orientation when shooting.
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* This device has not been authorized as required by the rules of the Federal Communications Commission. This device is not, and may not
be offered for sale or lease, or sold or leased,until authorization is obtained.
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EOS SLR CAMERAS
©Clint Clemens
Digital Capture Redefined.
Professional, Rugged & Powerful.
The EOS-1Ds Mark III has been designed to capture exquisitely detailed
images for those who demand it. This professional powerhouse camera
features a full-frame 21.1 Megapixel CMOS sensor for high-resolution image
capture, Dual “DIGIC III” Image Processors for speedy performance and a
host of technologies designed to capture phenomenal images quickly and
without compromise. With strong construction complementing the ultimate
combination of power, speed and resolution, the EOS-1Ds Mark III is suited
for your professional needs.
Offering a comprehensive combination of speed, accuracy and image quality,
the EOS-1D Mark IV is a superb choice for the professional photographer
or videographer. Featuring a 16.1 Megapixel APS-H sized CMOS sensor, an
advanced 45-point AF system with AI Servo II AF tracking algorithm, 10 fps
capture, boosted ISO sensitivities with exceptionally low noise, a versatile
EOS Full HD video capture mode and much more, the EOS-1D Mark IV is
capable of doing more things, in more places. This professional camera
offers performance that’s nothing short of stunning.
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EOS SLR CAMERAS
©Stephen Frink
High Performance for High Expectations.
Beyond the Still.
For phenomenal full-frame performance in a compact and easy to use digital SLR,
look no further than the brilliant EOS 5D Mark II. Featuring the ability to capture
video in Full HD with its large full-frame CMOS sensor, it is an exciting tool not
just for photographers, but also for videographers and cinematographers as well.
It has a 21.1 Megapixel Canon CMOS sensor, a ≥ 4 Image Processor for speed,
offers an extended ISO range and Live View shooting. Whether in the hands of a
wedding photographer, capturing breathtaking landscapes, on a movie set, or
anywhere in between, the EOS 5D Mark II helps bring photographic brilliance.
With a host of phenomenal features designed to enhance and speed up every
facet of the photographic and moviemaking process, the cutting-edge EOS 7D
represents the next level of photographic and filmmaking performance. With
its 18.0 Megapixel CMOS sensor and Dual ≥ 4 Image Processors, it shoots
amazing stills and Full HD video without compromise. It has a bright and
customizable Intelligent Viewfinder with approximately 100% coverage, a
newly enhanced AF system, plus rugged, refined construction for reliable
pro-level performance anywhere, any time.
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EOS SLR CAMERAS
An EOS with Perspective.
For photographers and enthusiasts looking for a camera with the perfect combination
of versatility, performance and ease-of-use, Canon has introduced the EOS 60D.
Featuring a brilliant Canon 18.0 Megapixel CMOS sensor, a ≥ 4 Image Processor,
a Vari-angle 3.0-inch Clear View LCD monitor with 180° rotation — perfect for selfportraits — plus a host of features inspired by Canon professional EOS DSLRs, the
EOS 60D is powerful, compact and lightweight, perfect for a day of shooting. It offers
5.3 fps maximum performance, Full HD video, a flash sync of 1/250 sec, and a shutter
that’s durability tested to 100,000 cycles. It features a horizontal Electronic Level
display, accepts interchangeable focus screens and has a number of exciting
in-camera functions. With all this and more, the EOS 60D offers a powerful
image-capturing perspective.
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The REBEL on the Move.
Photographers looking for an easy-to-use camera that will help them create their
next masterpiece need look no further than the Canon EOS Rebel T3i. The next in
a long line of phenomenal compact DSLRs, the EOS Rebel T3i continues the Rebel
tradition of easy operation, compact design and no-compromise performance.
Featuring Canon’s ≥ 4 Image Processor and an 18.0 Megapixel CMOS sensor
– plus cutting-edge technologies like a Vari-angle 3.0" LCD monitor, Full HD
1080p video recording, Live View shooting and Wireless flash photography –
the Rebel T3i offers the best of EOS photography in a compact package.
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EOS SLR CAMERAS
The Evolution Continues.
The Beauty of Simplicity.
Combining classic Canon technologies with true versatility, the EOS Rebel T2i is
an easy-to-use, lightweight DSLR that’s a joy to have, featuring a class-leading
18.0 Megapixel CMOS Sensor and improved EOS Movie mode with manual
exposure control, expanded recording options and a Movie Crop function. With
increased light sensitivity for low-light photography and the speed to capture up
to 3.7 frames per second, the EOS Rebel T2i is ready to go the minute it’s picked
up. Gorgeous photos and Full HD videos are as simple as the press of a button.
Perfect for photographers ready to make the move to digital SLR photography,
the EOS Rebel T3 delivers beautiful photos and video, speed, simplicity
and fun. It features a 12.2 Megapixel CMOS Image Sensor and Canon ≥ 4
Image Processor for richly detailed images and quick camera response. It has
Canon’s amazing 63-zone, Dual-layer metering for accurate exposures and
features Canon’s Basic+ function, HD video recording and Live View shooting.
Innovative features, such as an on-screen Feature Guide and Quick Control
screen, help the photographer use the camera’s advanced capabilities to
capture spectacular images.
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EOS SLR CAMERAS
EOS SLR Comparison Chart
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EOS-1D X
EOS-1Ds Mark III
EOS-1D Mark IV
EOS 5D Mark II
EOS 7D
EOS 60D
EOS Rebel T3i
EOS Rebel T2i
EOS Rebel T3
Autofocus System
61-Point High Density Reticular AF with Offset Array Sensor; TTL-AREA-SIR AF-dedicated CMOS
Sensor with 41 cross-type points (lens dependant) One-Shot and AI Servo AF III with EOS iTR AF;
Manual focusing confirmation possible with EF lenses;
Automatic or manual focus point selection
TTL-AREA-SIR CMOS Sensor;
One-Shot and Al Servo AF with Focus Prediction;
Manual focusing confirmation possible with EF lenses;
Automatic or manual focus point selection
TTL-AREA-SIR CMOS Sensor with 39 high-precision cross-type points;
One-Shot and AI Servo II AF with Focus Prediction;
Manual focusing confirmation possible with EF lenses;
Automatic or manual focus point selection
TTL-CT-SIR CMOS Sensor (only the center point is cross-type);
One-Shot and Al Servo AF with Focus Prediction;
Manual focusing confirmation possible with EF lenses;
Automatic or manual focus point selection
TTL-CT-SIR CMOS Sensor;
One-Shot and AI Servo II AF with Focus Prediction;
Manual focusing confirmation possible With EF lenses;
Automatic or manual focus point selection
TTL-CT-SIR AF-dedicated CMOS sensor;
One-Shot and AI Servo AF with Focus Prediction;
Manual focusing confirmation possible with EF and EF-S
Lenses; Automatic or manual focus point selection
TTL-CT-SIR AF CMOS Sensor (only the center point is crosstype); One-Shot and AI Servo with Focus Prediction; AI Focus
AF; Manual focusing confirmation possible with EF and EF-S
lenses; Automatic or manual point selection
TTL-CT-SIR AF CMOS Sensor;One-Shot and AI Servo AF
with Focus Prediction; Manual focusing confirmation possible with EF and EF-S lenses; Automatic or manual focus
point selection
TTL-CT-SIR AF CMOS Sensor (only the center point is crosstype); One-Shot and AI Servo with Focus Prediction; AI Focus
AF; Manual focusing confirmation possible with EF and EF-S
lenses; Automatic or manual point selection
Image Processor / Image Sensor
Dual DIGIC 5+ / 36 x 24 mm, Single-plate CMOS Sensor with Ultrasonic Wave Motion Cleaning
Dual “DIGIC III” / 36 x 24mm, Single-plate CMOS Sensor with Auto Sensor Cleaning
Dual DIGIC 4 / 27.9 x 18.6mm, single-plate CMOS Sensor with Auto Sensor Cleaning
DIGIC 4 / 36.0 x 24.0mm, Single-plate CMOS Sensor with Auto Sensor Cleaning
Dual DIGIC 4 / 22.3 x 14.9mm, single-plate CMOS Sensor with Auto Sensor Cleaning
DIGIC 4 / 22.3 x 14.9mm single-plate CMOS Sensor with Auto
Sensor Cleaning
DIGIC 4 / 22.3 x 14.9mm single plate CMOS Sensor with Auto
Sensor Cleaning
DIGIC 4 / 22.3 x 14.9mm, single-plate CMOS Sensor with Auto
Sensor Cleaning
DIGIC 4 / 22.0 x 14.7mm single plate CMOS Sensor
Crop Factor
1.0x (Full-frame)
Special Features
• 18.1 Megapixel CMOS DSLR camera
• Built-in 3.2" (approx. 1,040,000 dots) wide
viewing angle color monitor
• 31 Custom functions in 6 sets
• 2 Multi-controllers
• Simultaneous RAW and JPEG image capture
• Multiple Exposures (4 modes)
• Dioptric adjustment
• Depth-of-field preview
• FE lock
• Mirror lock
• In-camera RAW processing
• Star rating system
• USB 2.0 Hi-Speed compatible
• Magnesium-alloy body
• Picture Style
• Dust reduction feature
• Live View Function & Face Detection Live
mode
• Full HD Video
• SMPTE Time Code
• Intelligent Viewfinder
• Lens aberration correction
1.0x (Full-frame)
1.3x (APS-H)
1.0x (full-frame)
1.6x (APS-C)
• 21.1 Megapixel CMOS DSLR camera
• Built-in 3.0" (approx. 230,000 dots) wide viewing
angle color monitor
• 57 Custom functions in 4 sets
• Quick Control Dial
• Simultaneous RAW and JPEG image capture
• Dioptric adjustment
• Depth-of-field preview
• FE lock
• Mirror lock
• N3 remote control socket
• USB compatible
• Magnesium-alloy body
• Picture Style
• Dust reduction feature
• Live View Function
• 16.1 Megapixel CMOS DSLR camera
• Built-in 3.0" (approx. 920,000 dots) wide
viewing angle color monitor
• 62 Custom functions in 4 sets
• Multi-controller
• Simultaneous RAW and JPEG image capture
• Dioptric adjustment
• Depth-of-field preview
• FE lock
• Mirror lock
• USB 2.0 Hi-Speed compatible
• Magnesium-alloy body
• Picture Style
• Dust reduction feature
• Live View Function & Face Detection Live mode
• Full HD Video
• 21.1 Megapixel CMOS DSLR camera
• Full HD video
• Built-in 3.0" (approx. 920,000 dots) wide
viewing angle color monitor
• 25 Custom functions with 71 settings
• Multi-controller
• Simultaneous RAW and JPEG image capture
• Dioptric adjustment
• Depth-of-field preview
• FE lock
• Mirror lock
• N3 remote control socket
• USB 2.0 Hi-Speed compatible
• Magnesium-alloy body
• Picture Style
• Dust reduction feature
• Live View Function & Face Detection Live mode
• 18.0 Megapixel CMOS digital SLR camera
• Built-in 3.0" (approx.920,000 dots) wide
viewing angle color monitor
• 27 Custom Functions in 4 Groups
• Multi-controller
• Dual Axis Electronic Level
• Simultaneous RAW and JPEG image capture
• Dioptric adjustment
• Depth-of-field preview
• Intelligent Viewfinder Display
• FE lock
• Mirror lock
• Retractable built-in E-TTL II flash, with
integrated Speedlite transmitter and manual
output control
• USB 2.0 Hi-Speed compatible
1.6x (APS-C)
•
•
•
•
Magnesium alloy body
Picture Style
Dust Reduction Feature
Live View Function & Face Detection Live
mode
• Full HD video
• 18.0 Megapixel CMOS
DSLR camera
• Built-in 3-inch (approx.
1,040,000 dots) wide Variangle color monitor
• 20 Custom Functions in 4
Groups
• Multi-controller
• Horizontal Level
• Simultaneous RAW + JPEG
image capture
• Dioptric adjustment
• Depth-of-field preview
• FE Lock
• Mirror Lock
• Retractable built-in E-TTL II flash
1.6x (APS-C)
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•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Integrated Speedlite transmitter
Basic+
Movie Crop
In-camera RAW processing
Creative filters
Star rating system
Aluminum and polycarbonate
with glass fiber chassis
USB 2.0 Hi-Speed compatible
Picture Style
Dust Reduction Feature
Live View Function & Face
Detection Live mode
Full HD video
• 18.0 Megapixel CMOS
Sensor
• Built-in, 3.0" (approx.
1,040,000) wide Vari-angle
color monitor
• 11 custom functions with 34
settings
• Simultaneous RAW + JPEG
image capture
• USB 2.0 Hi-Speed compatible
• FE Lock
• Mirror Lock
• Feature Guide
• Basic+
• Peripheral Illumination
Correction
• Creative Filters
• EOS Scene Detection
Technology, Scene
Intelligent Auto and Picture
Style Auto
• Multiple Aspect Ratios
• Movie Digital Zoom
• Video Snapshot albums
• Built-in flash with Speedlite
transmitter
• Full HD Video
1.6x (APS-C)
1.6x (APS-C)
• 18.0 Megapixel CMOS DSLR • Dust Reduction Feature
• Live View Function & Face
camera
Detection Live Mode
• Built-in 3.0" (Approx.
1,040,000 dots) wide viewing • Full HD video
angle color monitor
• 12 Custom functions
• Simultaneous RAW and
JPEG image capture
• Dioptric adjustment
• Depth-of-field preview
• FE lock
• Mirror lock
• Retractable built-in E-TTL II
flash
• USB 2.0 Hi-Speed compatible
• Picture Style
• 12.2 Megapixel CMOS Sensor • Slide Show
• Built-in, 2.7"
• Ratings
(approx. 230,000)
color monitor
• 10 custom functions with 32
settings
• Simultaneous RAW + JPEG
recording
• USB 2.0 Hi-Speed compatible
• FE Lock
• Feature Guide
• Basic+
• Peripheral Illumination
Correction
• Hybrid Single Blade Shutter
• HD Video Shooting
Video Recording Size
1920 x 1080 (Full HD): 30p (29.97) / 25p / 24p (23.976),
1280 x 720 (HD): 60p (59.94) / 50p; 640 x 480 (SD): 30p (29.97) / 25p.
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1920 x 1080 (Full HD): 30p (29.97) / 25p / 24p (23.976), 1280 x 720 (HD): 60p (59.94) /
50p; 640 x 480 (SD): 60p (59.94) / 50p.
1920 x 1080 (Full HD): 30p, 640 x 480 (SD): 30p
1920 x 1080 (Full HD): 30p (29.97), 25p/ 24p (23.976) / 1280 x 720 (HD): 60p (59.94) /
50p, 640 x 480 (SD): 60p (59.94) / 50p.
1920x1080 (Full HD): 30p / 25p / 24p, 1280x720: 60p /
50p, 640x480 (Movie Crop): 60p /50p
1920 x 1080 (Full HD): 30p (29.97) / 24p (23.976) / 25p, 1280 x
720 (HD): 60p (59.94) / 50p, 640 x 480 (SD): 30p (29.97) / 25p
1920 x 1080 (Full HD): 30p (29.97) / 24p (23.976) / 25p, 1280 x 720(HD): 60p
(59.94) / 50p, 640 x 480 (SD and SD Movie Crop Function): 60p (59.94) / 50p
1280 x 720: 30p (29.97), 25p
Number of Focusing Points
61 (Area AF Ellipse); 61 points selectable, 41 cross-type points (lens dependant) 5 diagonal cross type
points, improved AI Servo AF III
45 (Area AF Ellipse)
19 cross-type AF points (plus 26 Assist AF points)
45 (Area AF Ellipse); All 45 points selectable, 39 cross-type, high-precision AF points
(manual), 19 (automatic), improved AI Servo II AF
9 (plus 6 Assist AF points)
Center AF point is cross-type Hybrid high and standard precision
19; Each AF point has a cross-type sensor, Center AF point is dual-diagonal
high-precision cross-type sensor with f/2.8.
9; Each AF point has cross-type sensors — Center AF point
also has additional, high-precision dual cross-type sensor with
f/2.8 or faster lenses
9; Center AF point is a high precision cross-type, vertical-line
sensitive at f/2.8.)
9; each AF point has a cross type sensor; cross-type at
center compatible with sensor with f/2.8
9; Center AF point is cross-type, vertical-line sensitive at f/5.6.)
ISO Range*
ISO 100–51200, ISO 50, 102400, & 204800 via Custom Function
ISO 100–1600, ISO 50 and 3200 via Menu Selection
ISO 100–12800, ISO 25600, 51200, & 102400 via Custom Function
ISO 100–6400, ISO 50, 12800 and 25600 via Menu Selection
ISO 100-6400, ISO 12800 via Custom Function
ISO 100 – 6400 and 12800 via Custom Function
100-6400, ISO 12800 via Custom Function
100-6400, ISO 12800 via Custom Function
100-6400
Recording Media
2 ea. UDMA CF/CF card (Type I or II) memory card
UDMA CF/CF card (Type I or II), SD/SDHC** memory card
UDMA CF/CF card (Type I or II), SD/SDHC memory card
UDMA CF/CF card (Type I or II)
UDMA CF/CF card (Type I or II)
SD card, SDHC card or SDXC memory card
SD, SDHC, SDXC memory card
SD/SDHC/SDXC memory card
SD/SDHC/SDXC memory card
Frames Per Second
Single, 12 fps, 3 fps, 14 fps Super High Speed Mode
Single, 3.0 fps, 5.0 fps
Single, 10.0 fps, 3 fps
Single, 3.9 fps
Single, 8.0 fps, 3 fps
Single, 5.3 fps, 3 fps
Single and 3.7 fps
Single and 3.7 fps
Single and 3.0 fps
Shutter Speeds
30-1/8,000 sec. & Bulb; manually settable in 1/3-, 1/2-, 1-stop increments
30–1/8000 sec. & Bulb; manually settable in 1/3-, 1/2-, 1-stop increments
30-1/8,000 sec. & Bulb; manually settable in 1/3-, 1/2-, 1-stop increments
30–1/8000 sec. & Bulb; manually settable in 1/3-, 1/2-stop increments
30-1/8,000 sec. & Bulb; manually settable in 1/3- or 1/2-stop increments
30 to 1/8000 sec. & Bulb; manually settable in 1/3- or 1/2-stop
increments
30-1/4,000 sec. & Bulb, manually settable in 1/3- or 1/2-stop
increments
30-1/4,000 sec. & Bulb, manually settable in 1/3- or 1/2-stop
increments
30-1/4,000 sec. & Bulb, manually settable in 1/3- or 1/2-stop
increments
Autofocus Sensitivity
EV -2 to 20 (at ISO 100 with f/1.4 lens)
EV -1–18 (at ISO 100)
EV -1–18 (at ISO 100 with f/1.4 lens)
EV -0.5–18 (at ISO 100)
EV -0.5–18 (at ISO 100)
EV -0.5 – 18 (at ISO 100)
EV -0.5 – 18 (at ISO 100)
EV -0.5–18 (at ISO 100)
EV 0 – 18 (at ISO 100)
Autofocus Auxiliary Light Built-in
–
–
–
–
Yes (via built-in flash)
Yes (via built-in flash)
Yes (via built-in flash)
Yes (via built-in flash)
Yes (via built-in flash)
Shutter
Vertical-travel, focal-plane shutter with soft-touch electromagnetic release, all speeds electronically
controlled
Vertical-travel, focal-plane shutter with soft-touch electromagnetic release, all speeds
electronically controlled
Vertical-travel, focal-plane shutter with soft-touch electromagnetic release, all speeds
electronically controlled
Vertical-travel, mechanical, focal-plane shutter with soft-touch
electromagnetic release, all speeds electronically controlled
Vertical-travel, focal-plane shutter with soft-touch electromagnetic release, all speeds
electronically controlled
Vertical-travel, mechanical, soft-touch electromagnetic
release, focal-plane shutter with all speeds electronicallycontrolled
Vertical-travel, mechanical, focal-plane shutter with all
speeds electronically controlled
Vertical-travel, mechanical, focal-plane shutter with all
speeds electronically-controlled
Vertical-travel, mechanical, focal-plane shutter with all speeds
electronically-controlled
Maximum Flash Synchronization Speed
Up to 1/250 sec.; high-speed sync. Available with EX-series Speedlites
Up to 1/250 sec.; high-speed sync. available with EX-series Speedlites
Up to 1/300 sec.; high-speed sync. Available with EX-series Speedlites
Up to 1/200 sec.; high-speed sync. available with EX-series Speedlites
Up to 1/250 sec.; high-speed sync. Available with EX-series Speedlites
Up to 1/250 sec.; high-speed sync. Available with EX-series
Speedlites
Up to 1/200 sec.; high-speed sync. available with EX-series
Speedlites
Up to 1/200 sec., high-speed sync. Available with EX-series
Speedlites
Up to 1/200 sec.; high-speed sync. available with EX-series
Speedlites
Metering System
TTL full-aperture metering:
• 252-zone evaluative metering
• TBA% Partial metering
• TBA % Spot metering (linked to userselected focusing point)
TTL full-aperture metering:
• 63-zone Evaluative metering
• 8.5% Partial metering
• 2.4% Center spot metering
• 2.4% Spot metering (linked to user-
TTL full-aperture metering:
• 63-zone evaluative metering
• 13.5% Partial metering
• 3.8% Center spot metering
• 3.8% Spot metering (linked to
TTL full-aperture metering:
• 35-zone Evaluative metering
• 8% Partial metering
• 3.5% Center spot metering
• Center-Weighted average metering
TTL full-aperture metering:
• 63-zone Evaluative metering
• 9.4% Partial metering
• 2.3% Center spot metering
• Center-Weighted average metering
TTL full-aperture metering
• 63-zone Evaluative metering
• 6.5% Partial metering
• 2.8% Center spot metering
• Center-Weighted average metering
TTL full-aperture metering:
• 63-zone Evaluative metering
• 9% Partial metering
• 4% Spot metering
• Center-Weighted average
TTL full-aperture metering:
• 63-zone Evaluative
metering
• 9% Partial metering
• 4% Center spot metering
TTL full-aperture metering:
• 63-zone Evaluative metering
• Approx. 10% Partial metering
• Center-Weighted average
metering
Metering Sensitivity
EV 0–20 for all patterns (at ISO 100 with f/1.4 lens)
EV 0–20 for all patterns (at ISO 100 with f/1.4 lens)
EV 0–20 for all patterns (at ISO 100 with f/1.4 lens)
EV 1–20 for all patterns (at ISO 100 with f/1.4 lens)
EV 1-20 for all patterns (at ISO 100 with f/1.4 lens)
EV 0 – 20 for all patterns (at ISO 100 with f/1.4 lens)
EV 1 - 20 (at ISO 100 with f/1.4 lens)
EV 1-20 for all patterns (at ISO 100 with f/1.4 lens)
EV 0 - 20 (at ISO 100 with f/1.4 lens)
Exposure Compensation
±5 stops in 1/3- or 1/2-stop increments
±3 stops in 1/3- or 1/2-stop increments
±3 stops in 1/3- or 1/2-stop increments
±2 stops in 1/3- or 1/2-stop increments
±5 stops in 1/3- or 1/2-stop increments
±5 stops in 1/3- or 1/2-stop increments
±5 stops in 1/3- or 1/2-stop increments
±5 stops in 1/3- or 1/2-stop increments.
±5 stops in 1/3- or 1/2-stop increments
Flash Exposure Compensation
±3 stops in 1/3- or 1/2-stop increments
±3 stops in 1/3- or 1/2-stop increments
±3 stops in 1/3- or 1/2-stop increments
±2 stops in 1/3- or 1/2-stop increments
±3 stops in 1/3- or 1/2-stop increments
±3 stops in 1/3- or 1/2-stop increments
Up to ±2 stops in 1/3- or 1/2-stop increments
±3 stops in 1/3- or 1/2-stop increments
Up to ±2 stops in 1/3- or 1/2-stop increments
AE Lock
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Exposure Modes
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•
•
•
Viewfinder
Fixed eye-level pentaprism
Fixed eye-level pentaprism
Fixed eye-level pentaprism
Fixed eye-level pentaprism
Fixed eye-level pentaprism
Fixed eye-level pentaprism
Fixed eye-level pentamirror
Fixed eye-level pentamirror
Viewfinder Coverage
Approx. 100% horizontal and vertical at 0.76x
Approx. 100% horizontal and vertical at 0.75x
Approx. 100% horizontal and vertical at 0.76x
98% horizontal/vertical at 0.71x
Approx. 100% horizontal/vertical at 1x
Approx. 96% vertical/horizontal
95% horizontal/vertical at 0.85x
95% horizontal/vertical at 0.87x
95% horizontal/vertical at 0.8x
Viewfinder Information
Inside the picture area: Sixty-one focusing points, TBA% Spot metering circle. Displayed at the bottom
of the viewing area: Numeric and textual information with 7-segment LCD
• Shutter speed
• Flash ready / Hi-speed sync
• Aperture value
• Highlight Tone Priority
• AE Lock
• Focus confirmation
• FE Lock
• White Balance +/• Shots remaining
• ISO speed
• Max. burst
• JPEG indicator
• Multi-spot readings
• RAW indicator
• Metering Pattern
• Battery check
• Exposure level / Flash exposure level / Manual • Memory card full warning
Exposure level
• Shooting Mode
• Exposure compensation / Flash compensation
• AF Indicator
• Exposure bracketing
Inside the picture area: Area AF Ellipse, illuminated AF points and Spot metering circle. Displayed at
the bottom and right side of the viewing area:
• Shutter speed
• Exposure bracketing
• Aperture value
• Flash ready / Hi-speed sync
• AE Lock
• Focus confirmation
• FE Lock
• White Balance +/• Shots remaining
• ISO speed
• Max. burst
• JPEG indicator
• Multi-spot readings
• RAW indicator
• Metering Pattern
• Battery check
• Exposure level / Flash exposure level /
• Memory card full warning
Manual Exposure level
• Exposure compensation / Flash compensation
Inside the picture area: Forty-five focusing points, 3.8% Spot metering circle. Displayed at
the bottom of the viewing area: Numeric and textual information with 7-segment LCD
• Shutter speed
Flash compensation
• Aperture value
• Exposure bracketing
• AE Lock
• Flash ready / Hi-speed sync
• FE Lock
• Focus confirmation
• Shots remaining
• White Balance +/• Max. burst
• ISO speed
• Multi-spot readings
• JPEG indicator
• Metering Pattern
• RAW indicator
• Exposure level / Flash exposure level /
• Battery check
Manual Exposure level
• Memory card full warning
• Exposure compensation /
Inside the picture area: Nine focusing points, 3.5% Spot metering circle. Displayed at the
bottom of the viewing area: Numeric and textual information with 7-segment LCD
• Shutter speed
• Focus confirmation
• Aperture value
• White Balance +/• AE Lock
• ISO speed
• FE Lock
• CF card full warning
• Max. burst
• Exposure level
• Flash exposure compensation
• Exposure bracketing
• Flash ready/High-speed sync
• B/W shooting
• Highlight Tone Priority
Inside the picture area: Nineteen focusing points, 2.3% Spot metering circle,
Compositional Grid. Displayed at the bottom of the viewing area: Numeric and textual
information with 7-segment LCD
• Shutter speed
• Focus confirmation
• Aperture value
• Highlight Tone Priority
• AE Lock
• JPEG indicator
• FE Lock
• CF card full warning
• Max. burst
• Exposure level
• Flash exposure
compensation
• Exposure bracketing
• Flash ready /High-speed sync
IInside the picture area: Nineteen focusing points, 2.8% Spot
metering circle, Compositional Grid. Displayed at the bottom
of the viewing area: Numeric and textual information with
7-segment LCD
• Shutter speed
• Focus confirmation
• Aperture value
• Highlight Tone Priority
• AE Lock
• JPEG indicator
• FE Lock
• CF card full warning
• Max. burst
• Electronic level
• Exposure level
(Horizontal only)
• Flash exposure compensation • Battery check
• Exposure bracketing
• Flash ready /High-speed sync
Inside the picture area: Nine focusing points, 4% Spot
metering circle. Displayed at the bottom of the viewing area:
Numeric and textual information with 7-segment LCD
• Shutter speed
• Focus Confirmation
• Aperture Value
• Highlight Tone Priority (D+)
• AE Lock
• Red-eye Reduction Light
• FE Lock
• ISO Speed
• Max. Burst
• White Balance Correction
• Exposure Level
• Monochrome shooting
• Flash Exposure Compensation • SD/SDHC/SDXC memory
card full warning
• Exposure Warning
• AF points
• Flash Ready/High-speed Sync
Inside the picture area: Nine focusing points, 4% Spot
metering circle. Displayed at the bottom of the viewing area:
Numeric and textual information with 7-segment LCD
• Shutter speed
• Focus confirmation
• Aperture value
• Highlight tone priority
• AE Lock
• ISO speed
• FE Lock
• White balance correction
• Max. burst
• Red-eye reduction light
• Exposure level
• Monochrome Shooting
• Flash exposure
• SD card information
compensation
• Exposure bracketing
• Flash ready/High-speed sync
Inside the picture area: Nine focusing points. Displayed at the
bottom of the viewing area: Numeric and textual information
with 7-segment LCD
• Shutter speed
• Focus Confirmation
• Aperture Value
• Highlight Tone Priority (D+)
• Red-eye Reduction Light
• AE Lock
• ISO Speed
• FE Lock
• White Balance Correction
• Max. Burst
• Monochrome shooting
• Exposure Level
• Flash Exposure Compensation • SD/SDHC/SDXC memory
• Exposure Warning
card full warning
• AF points
• Flash Ready/High-speed Sync
Focusing Screens
Precision laser-matte screen Ec-C V
Interchangeable (Ec series)
Laser-matte screen Ec-C IV with area AF Ellipse and fine Spot metering circle provided as the standard
screen (Interchangeable with Ec-series focusing screens, metering correction data can be set with a
custom function for the Laser-matte screens)
Precision laser-matte screen Ec-CIV
Interchangeable (Ec series)
Precision laser-matte screen Eg-A marked with focusing points and Spot metering circle
(interchangeable with Eg-series focusing screens)
Intelligent Viewfinder with adaptable LCD overlay displaying Dual Axis Electronic Level,
Compositional Grid, Spot Metering Circle, AF Selection Modes, and AF Points
Precision laser-matte screen Ef-A marked with focusing
points and Spot metering circle (interchangeable with dedicated Ef-series screens. Metering correction can be set with
Custom Function IV-4)
Precision laser-matte screen marked with focusing points
(Non-interchangeable)
Precision laser-matte screen marked with focusing points
and Spot metering circle
Precision laser-matte screen marked with focusing points
(Non-interchangeable)
Self-Timer
Electronically controlled with 2- or 10-second delay
Electronically controlled with 2- or 10-second delay
Electronically controlled with 2- or 10-second delay
Electronically controlled with 2- or 10-second delay
Electronically controlled with 2- or 10-second delay
Approx. 5.7 x 4.2 x 3.1 in. / 144.5 x 105.8 x 78.6mm
Electronically controlled with 2- or 10-second delay
Electronically controlled with 2- or 10-second display
Electronically controlled with 2- or 10-second delay
Body Dimensions (W x H x D)
Approx. 6.2 x 6.4 x 3.3 in. / 158 x 163.6 x 82.7mm
6.1 x 6.3 x 3.1 in. / 156 x 159.6 x 79.9mm
6.1 x 6.2 x 3.1 in. / 156 x 156.6 x 79.9mm
6.0 x 4.5 x 3.0 in. / 152 x 113.5 x 75mm
5.3 x 4.4 x 2.9 in. / 148.2 x 110.7 x 73.5mm
6.0 x 4.5 x 3.0 in. / 152 x 113.5 x 75mm
Approx. 5.2 x 3.9 x 3.1 in. / 133.1 x 99.5 x 79.7mm
5.1 x 3.8 x 2.4 in / 128.8 x 97.3 x 62.0mm
Approx. 5.1 x 3.9 x 3.0 in. / 129.9 x 99.7 x 77.9mm
Weight (Body Only)
TBA
42.5 oz. / 1,205g
41.6 oz. / 1,180g
28.6 oz. / 810g
28.9 oz. / 820g
23.8 oz. / 675g
Approx. 18.2 oz. / 515g
18.7 oz. / 530g***
Approx. 17.4 oz. / 495g
* Standard output sensitivity. Recommended exposure index.
** SDHC compatibility requires firmware update
Shutter Speed-priority AE
Aperture-priority AE
Program AE (shiftable)
Manual
• Multi-spot metering (up to 8 spot readings)
• Center-Weighted average metering
• Pre-flash metering (E-TTL II)
• E-TTL II Flash AE
• Bulb
•
•
•
•
•
Shutter Speed-priority AE
Aperture-priority AE
Program AE (shiftable)
Manual
E-TTL II Flash AE
selected focusing point)
• Multi-spot metering (up to 8 spot
readings)
• Center-Weighted average metering
• Pre-flash metering (E-TTL II)
• Flash Metered Manual
• Bulb
•
•
•
•
Shutter Speed-priority AE
Aperture-priority AE
Program AE (shiftable)
Manual
user-selected focusing point)
• Multi-spot metering (up to 8 spot
readings)
• Center-Weighted average metering
• Pre-flash metering (E-TTL II)
• E-TTL II Flash AE
• Bulb
•
•
•
•
Program AE (shiftable)
Shutter Speed-priority AE
Aperture-priority AE
Creative Auto
• Pre-flash metering (E-TTL II)
•
•
•
•
Full Auto
Manual
E-TTL II Flash AE
Bulb
•
•
•
•
•
Program AE (shiftable)
Shutter Speed-priority AE
Aperture-priority AE
Depth-of-field AE
Full Auto
• Pre-flash metering (E-TTL II)
•
•
•
•
Creative Auto
Manual
E-TTL II Flash AE
Bulb
• Program AE (shiftable)
• Shutter-priority AE
• Aperture-priority AE
• Manual exposure
• Bulb
• Full Auto
• Flash Off
• Creative Auto
• Programmed Image Control
modes (5)
• E-TTL II Autoflash Program AE
*** Includes battery and memory card.
•
•
•
•
•
•
Program AE
Shutter-priority AE
Aperture-priority AE
Manual exposure
Automatic depth-of-field AE
Scene Intelligent Auto
metering
• Pre-flash metering (E-TTL II)
• Flash Off
• Creative Auto
• Programmed AE with ambience selection
• E-TTL II autoflash program AE
• Program AE
• Shutter Speed-priority AE
• Aperture-priority AE
• Depth-of-Field AE
• Full Auto
• Center-Weighted average
metering
• Pre-flash metering
(E-TTL II)
• Manual
• E-TTL II autoflash AE
• 6 PIC (Programmed
Image Control) modes
• Bulb
• Program AE
• Shutter-priority AE
• Aperture-priority AE
• Manual exposure
• Automatic depth-of-field AE
• Full Auto
• Pre-flash metering (E-TTL II)
• Flash Off
• Creative Auto
• Programmed AE with
ambience selection
• E-TTL II autoflash program
AE
Fixed eye-level pentamirror
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EOS SLR CAMERAS
EOS System Chart
Movie Recording Size and Time
Image Format and Capacity Chart
ImageFormat
Format
Image
EOS-1DsMark
MarkIII*
III*
EOS-1Ds
JPEG
JPEG
RecordingMethod
Method
Recording
Large
Large
5616xx3744
3744
JPEG
5616
JPEG
(Approx.21.00
21.00megapixels)
megapixels)
(Approx.
Medium11
Medium
Compression
Compression
Rate
Rate
290
290
4992xx3328
3328
4992
(Approx.16.6
16.6megapixels)
megapixels)
(Approx.
5.2
5.2
350
350
Medium22
Medium
4080xx2720
2720
4080
(Approx.11.0
11.0megapixels)
megapixels)
(Approx.
3.9
3.9
470
470
Small
Small
1936xx1288
1288
1936
(Approx.2.5
2.5megapixels)
megapixels)
(Approx.
5616xx3744
3744
LosslessCompression
Compression
5616
Lossless
(Approx.21.00
21.00megapixels)
megapixels)
(Approx.
2.2
2.2
840
840
.CR2
.CR2
RAW
RAW
++
Large
Large
Medium11
Medium
Medium22
Medium
Small
Small
sRAW .CR2
.CR2
sRAW
sRAW Large
Large
sRAW
Medium11
++
Medium
JPEG
Medium22
JPEG
Medium
—
—
2784xx1856
1856
2784
(Approx.5.2
5.2megapixels)
megapixels)
(Approx.
—
—
—
—
RAW++Separate
SeparateJPEG
JPEGFile
File —
—
RAW
LosslessCompression
Compression
Lossless
—
—
sRAW++Separate
SeparateJPEG
JPEGFile
File —
—
sRAW
EOS-1DMark
MarkIV
IV
EOS-1D
4320xx2880
2880
4320
(Approx.12.40
12.40megapixels)
megapixels)
(Approx.
4.5
4.5
874
874
3552xx2368
2368
3552
(Approx.8.40
8.40megapixels)
megapixels)
(Approx.
2448xx1632
1632
2448
(Approx.44megapixels)
megapixels)
(Approx.
3.5
3.5
1148
1148
Medium11
Medium
Medium22
Medium
JPEG
JPEG
2.0
2.0
.CR2
.CR2
4896xx3264
3264
4896
(Approx.16
16megapixels)
megapixels)
(Approx.
LosslessCompression
Compression
Lossless
RAW
RAW
++
Large
Large
Medium11
Medium
—
—
—
RAW++Separate
SeparateJPEG
JPEGFile
File —
RAW
Medium22
Medium
Small
Small
mRAW .CR2
.CR2
mRAW
mRAW Large
Large
mRAW
Medium11
++
Medium
JPEG Medium
Medium22
JPEG
Small
Small
RAW .CR2
.CR2
SSRAW
3672xx2448
2448
3672
(Approx.99megapixels)
megapixels)
(Approx.
—
—
2448xx1632
1632
2448
(Approx.44megapixels)
megapixels)
(Approx.
LosslessCompression
Compression
Lossless
—
—
mRAW
mRAW
++
—
—
LosslessCompression
Compression
Lossless
RAW
RAW
++
JPEG
JPEG
5616xx3744
3744
JPEG
5616
JPEG
(Approx.21.00
21.00megapixels)
megapixels)
(Approx.
4080
x
2720
Medium/Fine
4080 x 2720
Medium/Fine
(Approx.11.10
11.10megapixels)
megapixels)
Medium/Normal (Approx.
Medium/Normal
2784xx1856
1856
Small/Fine
2784
Small/Fine
(Approx.5.20
5.20megapixels)
megapixels)
Small/Normal
(Approx.
Small/Normal
5616xx3744
3744
.CR2
LosslessCompression
Compression
5616
.CR2
Lossless
(Approx.
21.00
megapixels)
(Approx. 21.00 megapixels)
Large/Fine
Large/Fine
Large/Normal
Large/Normal
Large/Fine
Large/Fine
Large/Normal
Large/Normal
sRAW1 .CR2
.CR2
sRAW1
Large/Fine
Large/Fine
Large/Normal
Large/Normal
—
—
sRAW1
sRAW1
++
31
32
—
Large/Fine
—
Large/Fine
Large/Normal
Large/Normal
Medium/Fine
Medium/Fine
Medium/Normal
Medium/Normal
Small/Fine
Small/Fine
Small/Normal
Small/Normal
sRAW2
sRAW2
+
+
Separate JPEG File
Separate JPEG File
Medium/Fine
Medium/Fine
Medium/Normal
Medium/Normal
3456xx2304
2304
3456
(Approx.8.00
8.00megapixels)
megapixels)
(Approx.
Small/Fine
Small/Fine
Small/Normal
Small/Normal
2592x1728
1728
2592x
(Approx.4.50megapixels)
4.50megapixels)
(Approx.
RAW
RAW
.CR2
.CR2
5184x3456
3456
LosslessCompression
Compression
5184x
Lossless
(Approx.17.90
17.90megapixels)
megapixels)
(Approx.
RAW
RAW
++
Large/Fine
Large/Fine
Large/Normal
Large/Normal
—
—
JPEG
JPEG
—
—
—
—
1.8
HighCompression
Compression 1.8
High
2.2
LowCompression
Compression 2.2
Low
1.1
LowCompression
Compression 1.1
Low
—
—
—
RAW++Separate
SeparateJPEG
JPEGFile
File —
RAW
Medium/Fine
Medium/Fine
Medium/Normal
Medium/Normal
5184xx3456
3456
LosslessCompression
Compression
5184
Lossless
(Approx.10.10
10.10megapixels)
megapixels)
(Approx.
—
—
Large/Fine
mRAW Large/Fine
mRAW
Large/Normal
Large/Normal
++
Medium/Fine
JPEG Medium/Fine
JPEG
Medium/Normal
Medium/Normal
—
—
—
—
mRAW
mRAW
++
SeparateJPEG
JPEGFile
File
Separate
JPEG
JPEG
155
155
144
144
141
141
147
25.1++1.1
1.1 147
25.1
229
17.1
229
17.1
164
17.1++6.6
6.6 164
17.1
190
17.1++3.3
3.3 190
17.1
189
17.1++3.5
3.5 189
17.1
.CR2
.CR2
2592xx1728
1728
2592
(Approx.4.50
4.50megapixels)
megapixels)
(Approx.
LosslessCompression
Compression
Lossless
—
—
11.4
11.4
345
345
Large/Fine
Large/Fine
Large/Normal
Large/Normal
—
—
sRAW
sRAW
++
—
—
11.4++6.6
6.6
11.4
11.4++3.3
3.3
11.4
217
217
265
265
11.4++3.5
3.5
11.4
11.4++1.8
1.8
11.4
262
262
297
297
SeparateJPEG
JPEGFile
File
Separate
Medium/Fine
Medium/Fine
Medium/Normal
Medium/Normal
490
490
990
990
Medium/Fine
Medium/Fine
Medium/Normal
Medium/Normal
3456xx2304
2304
3456
(Approx.8.00
8.00megapixels)
megapixels)
(Approx.
LowCompression
Compression
Low
HighCompression
Compression
High
3.5
3.5
1.8
1.8
940
940
1930
1930
Small1/Fine
1/Fine
Small
Small1/Normal
1/Normal
Small
2592xx1728
1728
2592
(Approx.4.50
4.50megapixels)
megapixels)
(Approx.
1500
1500
3100
3100
397
397
Small22
Small
9.9++5.7
5.7 251
251
9.9
9.9++4.5
4.5 272
272
9.9
9.9
+
3.5
294
9.9 + 3.5 294
1920xx1280
1280
1920
(Approx.2.50
2.50megapixels)
megapixels)
(Approx.
2.2
LowCompression
Compression 2.2
Low
1.1
LowCompression
Compression 1.1
Low
1.3
1.3
Small33
Small
720xx480
480
720
(Approx.0.35
0.35megapixels)
megapixels)
(Approx.
14.8
14.8
263
263
JPEG
JPEG
14.8++5.7
5.7 190
190
14.8
14.8++4.5
4.5 202
202
14.8
310
310
610
610
510
510
990
990
LosslessCompression
Compression
5184x3456
3456
Lossless
5184x
(Approx.17.90
17.90megapixels)
megapixels)
(Approx.
RAW
RAW
++
Large/Fine
Large/Fine
Large/Normal
Large/Normal
—
—
120
120
10.8 + 6.1 110
10.8 + 6.1 110
10.8 + 3.0 130
10.8 + 3.0 130
10.8 + 3.6 130
10.8 + 3.6 130
10.8 + 1.9 140
10.8 + 1.9 140
10.8 + 2.1 140
10.8 + 2.1 140
10.8 + 1.0 150
10.8 + 1.0 150
—
RAW++Separate
SeparateJPEG
JPEGFile
File —
RAW
.CR2
mRAW .CR2
mRAW
Large/Fine
mRAW Large/Fine
mRAW
Large/Normal
Large/Normal
+
+
Medium/Fine
Medium/Fine
JPEG
JPEG
Medium/Normal
Medium/Normal
sRAW
sRAW
sRAW
sRAW
+
+
JPEG
JPEG
Small 1/Fine
Small 1/Fine
Small 1/Normal
Small 1/Normal
Small 2
Small 2
Small 3
Small 3
.CR2
.CR2
Large/Fine
Large/Fine
Large/Normal
Large/Normal
Medium/Fine
Medium/Fine
Medium/Normal
Medium/Normal
Small 1/Fine
Small 1/Fine
Small 1/Normal
Small 1/Normal
Small 2
Small 2
Small 3
Small 3
2580
2580
10780
10780
24.5
24.5
130
130
24.5++6.4
6.4
24.5
24.5++3.2
3.2
24.5
122
122
136
136
135
24.5++3.4
3.4 135
24.5
144
24.5++1.7
1.7 144
24.5
141
24.5++2.2
2.2 141
24.5
Medium/Fine
Medium/Fine
Medium/Normal
Medium/Normal
Small22
Small
Small33
Small
14.8++6.1
6.1 89
89
14.8
14.8++3.0
3.0 100
14.8
100
14.8++3.6
3.6 100
14.8
100
14.8 + 1.9 110
14.8 + 1.9 110
14.8 + 2.1 110
14.8 + 2.1 110
14.8 + 1.0 110
14.8 + 1.0 110
10.8
170
10.8
170
—
—
Small1/Fine
1/Fine
Small
Small1/Normal
1/Normal
Small
72
72
25.8++2.1
2.1 66
66
25.8
25.8++1.0
1.0 69
69
25.8
14.8
14.8
.CR2
.CR2
910
910
1680
1680
25.8++6.1
6.1 57
57
25.8
25.8++3.0
3.0 64
64
25.8
0.3
0.3
RAW
RAW
JPEG
JPEG
RAW
RAW
—
—
LosslessCompression
Compression
5184xx3456
3456
Lossless
5184
(Approx.10.10
10.10megapixels)
megapixels)
(Approx.
—
—
—
—
mRAW
mRAW
++
SeparateJPEG
JPEGFile
File
Separate
—
—
—
—
2592 x 1728
2592 x 1728
(Approx. 4.50 megapixels)
(Approx. 4.50 megapixels)
—
—
Lossless Compression
Lossless Compression
sRAW
sRAW
+
+
Separate JPEG File
Separate JPEG File
147
24.5++1.1
1.1 147
24.5
TBA
24.5++1.3
1.3 TBA
24.5
TBA
24.5++0.3
0.3 TBA
24.5
16.7
16.7
190
190
16.7++6.4
6.4
16.7
16.7++3.2
3.2
16.7
140
140
TBA
TBA
16.7++3.4
3.4
16.7
16.7 + 1.7
16.7 + 1.7
16.7 + 2.2
16.7 + 2.2
16.7 + 1.1
16.7 + 1.1
16.7 + 1.3
16.7 + 1.3
16.7 + 0.3
16.7 + 0.3
11.1
11.1
11.1 + 6.4
11.1 + 6.4
11.1 + 3.2
11.1 + 3.2
11.1 + 3.4
11.1 + 3.4
11.1 + 1.7
11.1 + 1.7
11.1 + 2.2
11.1 + 2.2
11.1 + 1.1
11.1 + 1.1
11.1 + 1.3
11.1 + 1.3
11.1 + 0.3
11.1 + 0.3
TBA
TBA
TBA
TBA
TBA
TBA
TBA
TBA
TBA
TBA
TBA
TBA
300
300
180
180
TBA
TBA
TBA
TBA
TBA
TBA
TBA
TBA
TBA
TBA
TBA
TBA
TBA
TBA
Large/Fine
Large/Fine
Large/Normal
Large/Normal
RecordingMethod
Method
Recording
Compression
Compression
Rate
Rate
ImageFile
File Recording
Recording
Image
Size(MB)
(MB) Capacity
Capacity(shot)
(shot)
Size
Movie
Movie
RecordingSize
Size
Recording
LowCompression
Compression
Low
HighCompression
Compression
High
6.4
6.4
3.2
3.2
570
570
1120
1120
1920x1080
1920x1080
(16:9)Full
FullHD
HD
(16:9)
LowCompression
Compression
Low
HighCompression
Compression
High
3.4
3.4
1.7
1.7
1070
1070
2100
2100
LowCompression
Compression
Low
HighCompression
Compression
High
2.2
2.2
1.1
1.1
1670
1670
3180
3180
2592xx1728
1728
2592
(Approx.4.5
4.5megapixels)
megapixels)
(Approx.
Small22
Small
1920xx1280
1280
1920
(Approx.2.5
2.5megapixels)
megapixels)
(Approx.
1.3
1.3
2780
2780
Small33
Small
720xx480
480
720
(Approx.0.35
0.35megapixels)
megapixels)
(Approx.
0.3
0.3
10780
10780
.CR2
.CR2
5184xx3456
3456
LosslessCompression
Compression
5184
Lossless
(Approx.17.9
17.9megapixels)
megapixels)
(Approx.
24.5
24.5
150
150
—
—
—
—
RAW++Separate
SeparateJPEG
JPEGFile
File —
—
RAW
24.5+6.4 110
110
24.5+6.4
EOSRebel
RebelT2i*****
T2i*****
EOS
JPEG
JPEG
RAW
RAW
Large/Fine
Large/Fine
Large/Normal
Large/Normal
EOSRebel
RebelT3*****
T3*****
EOS
JPEG
JPEG
JPEG
5184xx3456
3456
JPEG
5184
(Approx.17.90
17.90megapixels)
megapixels)
(Approx.
Medium/Fine
3456xx2304
2304
Medium/Fine
3456
(Approx.8.0
8.0megapixels)
megapixels)
Medium/Normal (Approx.
Medium/Normal
Small
2592xx1728
1728
Small
2592
(Approx.4.5
4.5megapixels)
megapixels)
Small/Normal
(Approx.
Small/Normal
LosslessCompression
Compression
.CR2
5184xx3456
3456
.CR2
Lossless
5184
(Approx.17.90
17.90megapixels)
megapixels)
(Approx.
RAW+ Large/Fine
RAW+
Large/Fine
JPEG
JPEG
Large/Fine
Large/Fine
Large/Normal
Large/Normal
—
—
RAW
RAW
.CR2
.CR2
JPEG
4272xx2848
2848
JPEG
4272
(Approx.12.2
12.2megapixels)
megapixels)
(Approx.
RAW+ Large/Fine
Large/Fine
RAW+
JPEG
JPEG
RAW
RAW
4752xx3168
3168
JPEG
JPEG
4752
(Approx.15.10
15.10megapixels)
megapixels)
(Approx.
3456
x
2304
Medium/Fine
3456 x 2304
Medium/Fine
(Approx.8.0
8.0megapixels)
megapixels)
Medium/Normal (Approx.
Medium/Normal
2352xx1568
1568
Small/Fine
2352
Small/Fine
(Approx.3.7
3.7megapixels)
megapixels)
Small/Normal
(Approx.
Small/Normal
4752xx3168
3168
.CR2
LosslessCompression
Compression
4752
.CR2
Lossless
(Approx.15.10
15.10megapixels)
megapixels)
(Approx.
EOSRebel
RebelXSi****
XSi****
EOS
JPEG
JPEG
RAW
RAW
Large/Fine
Large/Fine
Large/Normal
Large/Normal
EOSRebel
RebelXS**
XS**
EOS
RAW
RAW
JPEG
4272xx2848
2848
JPEG
4272
(Approx.12.2
12.2megapixels)
megapixels)
(Approx.
Large/Fine
Large/Fine
Large/Normal
Large/Normal
Medium/Fine
Medium/Fine
Medium/Normal
Medium/Normal
Small/Fine
Small/Fine
Small/Normal
Small/Normal
.CR2
.CR2
RAW+ Large/Fine
RAW+ Large/Fine
JPEG
JPEG
—
—
LowCompression
Compression 2.2
2.2
Low
HighCompression
Compression 1.1
1.1
High
—
—
24.5
24.5
—
—
HighCompression
Compression
High
—
—
JPEG
3888 x 2592
JPEG
3888 x 2592
(Approx. 10.1 megapixels)
(Approx. 10.1 megapixels)
2816 x 1880
2816 x 1880
(Approx. 5.3 megapixels)
(Approx. 5.3 megapixels)
1936 x 1288
1936 x 1288
(Approx. 2.5 megapixels)
(Approx. 2.5 megapixels)
3888 x 2592
Lossless Compression
3888 x 2592
Lossless Compression
(Approx. 10.1 megapixels)
(Approx. 10.1 megapixels)
—
RAW + Separate JPEG File
—
RAW + Separate JPEG File
1400
1400
2630
2630
2130
2130
4060
4060
2880
2880
16.7
16.7
55
16.7+4.4 11
16.7+4.4
1.6
1.6
1.7
1.7
0.9
0.9
20.2
20.2
370
370
740
740
610
610
1190
1190
1080
1080
2030
2030
90
90
72
20.2++5.0
5.0 72
20.2
HighCompression
Compression 1.3
1.3
High
LowCompression
Compression 1.6
1.6
Low
High
Compression
0.8
High Compression 0.8
RAW++Separate
SeparateJPEG
JPEGFile
File —
—
RAW
830
830
1600
1600
11280
11280
LowCompression
Compression 4.3
4.3
Low
HighCompression
Compression 2.2
2.2
High
LowCompression
Compression 2.5
2.5
Low
—
—
150
150
0.3
0.3
LowCompression
Compression 5.0
5.0
Low
HighCompression
Compression 2.5
2.5
High
Low
Compression
3.0
Low Compression 3.0
HighCompression
Compression
High
LowCompression
Compression
Low
1670
1670
3180
3180
24.5+6.4 100
100
24.5+6.4
LowCompression
Compression 4.4
4.4
Low
HighCompression
Compression 2.2
2.2
High
LowCompression
Compression 2.6
2.6
Low
RAW++Separate
SeparateJPEG
JPEGFile
File —
—
RAW
3088xx2056
2056
Medium/Fine
3088
Medium/Fine
(Approx.6.3
6.3megapixels)
megapixels)
Medium/Normal (Approx.
Medium/Normal
2256
x
1504
Small/Fine
2256 x 1504
Small/Fine
(Approx.3.4
3.4megapixels)
megapixels)
Small/Normal
(Approx.
Small/Normal
4272xx2848
2848
LosslessCompression
Compression
.CR2
4272
Lossless
.CR2
(Approx.12.2
12.2megapixels)
megapixels)
(Approx.
RAW+ Large/Fine
Large/Fine
RAW+
JPEG
JPEG
JPEG
JPEG
—
—
1070
1070
2100
2100
RAW++Separate
SeparateJPEG
JPEGFile
File —
—
RAW
Large/Fine
Large/Fine
Large/Normal
Large/Normal
Large/Fine
RAW+ Large/Fine
RAW+
JPEG
JPEG
LowCompression
Compression 3.4
3.4
Low
HighCompression
Compression 1.7
1.7
High
1.2
1.2
EOSRebel
RebelT1i
T1i****
****
EOS
JPEG
JPEG
570
570
1120
1120
HighCompression
Compression 1.4
1.4
High
LowCompression
Compression 1.7
1.7
Low
HighCompression
Compression 0.9
0.9
High
720xx480
480
720
(Approx.0.35
0.35megapixels)
megapixels)
(Approx.
4272xx2848
2848
LosslessCompression
Compression
4272
Lossless
(Approx.12.2
12.2megapixels)
megapixels)
(Approx.
—
—
LowCompression
Compression 6.4
6.4
Low
HighCompression
Compression 3.2
3.2
High
RAW++Separate
SeparateJPEG
JPEGFile
File —
—
RAW
3088xx2056
2056
Medium/Fine
3088
Medium/Fine
(Approx.6.3
6.3megapixels)
megapixels)
Medium/Normal (Approx.
Medium/Normal
2256xx1504
1504
Small
2256
Small
(Approx.3.4
3.4megapixels)
megapixels)
Small/Normal
(Approx.
Small/Normal
1920xx1280
1280
Small22
1920
Small
(Approx.2.5
2.5megapixels)
megapixels)
(Approx.
Small33
Small
Frame
Frame
Rate
Rate
TotalRecording
RecordingTime
Time
Total
4GBCard
Card 16GB
16GBCard
Card
4GB
FileSize
Size
File
30fps
30fps
12min.
min.
12
49min.
min.
49
330MB/min.
MB/min.
330
12min.
min.
12
49min.
min.
49
330MB/min.
MB/min.
330
24min.
min.
24
hr.39
39min.
min.
11hr.
165MB/min
MB/min
165
EOS-1DMark
MarkIV
IV
EOS-1D
5184xx3456
3456
JPEG
5184
JPEG
(Approx.17.9
17.9megapixels)
megapixels)
(Approx.
Small/Fine
Small/Fine
Small/Normal
Small/Normal
RAW+ Large/Fine
Large/Fine
RAW+
JPEG
JPEG
287
11.4++2.2
2.2 287
11.4
311
11.4++1.1
1.1 311
11.4
Small/Fine
Small/Fine
Small/Normal
Small/Normal
EOS60D
60D
EOS
RecordingResolution
Resolution
Recording
3456xx2304
2304
Medium/Fine
3456
Medium/Fine
(Approx.8.00
8.00megapixels)
megapixels)
Medium/Normal (Approx.
Medium/Normal
1739
1739
3297
3297
206
17.1++1.8
1.8 206
17.1
201
17.1++2.2
2.2 201
17.1
213
17.1++1.1
1.1 213
17.1
Small
Small
Small/Normal
Small/Normal
JPEG
JPEG
1122
1122
2178
2178
122
25.1++6.6
6.6 122
25.1
136
25.1++3.3
3.3 136
25.1
135
25.1++3.5
3.5 135
25.1
25.1++1.8
1.8
25.1
25.1++2.2
2.2
25.1
.CR2
mRAW .CR2
mRAW
sRAW
sRAW
++
25.1
25.1
593
593
1169
1169
6.6
6.6
3.3
3.3
LowCompression
Compression 2.1
2.1
Low
HighCompression
Compression 1.0
1.0
High
—
25.8
—
25.8
—
—
6.6
LowCompression
Compression 6.6
Low
3.3
HighCompression
Compression 3.3
High
3.5
LowCompression
Compression 3.5
Low
Small/Fine
Small/Fine
Small/Normal
Small/Normal
sRAW
sRAW
ImageFormat
Format
Image
EOSRebel
RebelT3i
T3i
EOS
JPEG
5184xx3456
3456
JPEG
5184
(Approx.17.90
17.90megapixels)
megapixels)
(Approx.
LowCompression
Compression
Low
HighCompression
Compression
High
LowCompression
Compression 3.6
3.6
Low
HighCompression
Compression 1.9
1.9
High
—
—
ImageFile
File Recording
Recording
Image
Size(MB)
(MB) Capacity
Capacity(shot)
(shot)
Size
JPEG
5184xx3456
3456
JPEG
5184
(Approx.17.90
17.90megapixels)
megapixels)
(Approx.
25.8++3.6
3.6 62
62
25.8
25.8++1.9
1.9 67
67
25.8
3861xx2574
2574
LosslessCompression
Compression
3861
Lossless
(Approx.10.00
10.00megapixels)
megapixels)
(Approx.
Compression
Compression
Rate
Rate
Large/Fine
Large/Fine
Large/Normal
Large/Normal
LowCompression
Compression 6.1
6.1
Low
HighCompression
Compression 3.0
3.0
High
RAW++Separate
SeparateJPEG
JPEGFile
File —
—
RAW
Medium/Fine
SeparateJPEG
JPEGFile
File
Medium/Fine
Separate
Medium/Normal
Medium/Normal
Small
Small
Small/Normal
Small/Normal
sRAW2 .CR2
2784 x 1856
Lossless Compression
2784 x 1856
sRAW2 .CR2
Lossless Compression
(Approx. 5.20 megapixels)
(Approx. 5.20 megapixels)
sRAW2
sRAW2
+
+
JPEG
JPEG
22.2++3.5
3.5 152
152
22.2
22.2++2.0
2.0 161
161
22.2
9.9++2.0
2.0 329
329
9.9
Medium/Fine
Medium/Fine
Medium/Normal
Medium/Normal
Small/Fine
Small/Fine
Small/Normal
Small/Normal
sRAW1
sRAW1
+
+
JPEG
JPEG
—
—
175
175
22.2++5.7
5.7 139
139
22.2
22.2++4.5
4.5 145
145
22.2
9.9
9.9
SeparateJPEG
JPEGFile
File
Separate
EOS5D
5DMark
MarkII*
II*
EOS
22.2
22.2
1957
1957
RecordingMethod
Method
Recording
Large/Fine
Large/Fine
Large/Normal
Large/Normal
JPEG
JPEG
14.8++3.5
3.5 214
214
14.8
14.8++2.0
2.0 232
232
14.8
sRAW
sRAW
++
Small
Small
RAW
RAW
—
—
SeparateJPEG
JPEGFile
File
Separate
sRAW Large
Large
sRAW
Medium11
++
Medium
JPEG
Medium22
JPEG
Medium
JPEG
JPEG
14.5++6.4
6.4 82
82
14.5
14.5++5.2
5.2 90
90
14.5
RecordingResolution
Resolution
Recording
EOS7D
7D
EOS
130
130
692
692
4896xx3264
3264
4896
(Approx.16
16megapixels)
megapixels)
(Approx.
RAW
RAW
JPEG
JPEG
25.0++3.9
3.9 60
60
25.0
25.0++2.2
2.2 64
64
25.0
14.5
14.5
ImageFormat
Format
Image
75
75
25.0++6.4
6.4 54
54
25.0
25.0++5.2
5.2 57
57
25.0
5.7
LowCompression
Compression 5.7
Low
Large
Large
Small
Small
25.0
25.0
14.5++3.9
3.9 97
97
14.5
14.5++2.2
2.2 100
100
14.5
Small
Small
JPEG
JPEG
ImageFile
File Recording
Recording
Image
Size(MB)
(MB) Capacity
Capacity(shot)
(shot)
Size
LowCompression
Compression 6.4
6.4
Low
RAW
RAW
JPEG
JPEG
RecordingResolution
Resolution
Recording
15.3
15.3
460
460
880
880
770
770
1470
1470
1190
1190
2290
2290
120
120
15.3++4.3
4.3 99
15.3
99
Low Compression
Low Compression
High Compression
High Compression
Low Compression
Low Compression
High Compression
High Compression
Low Compression
Low Compression
High Compression
High Compression
—
—
3.8
3.8
2.0
2.0
2.3
2.3
1.2
1.2
1.3
1.3
0.7
0.7
9.8
9.8
—
—
9.8 + 3.8 143
9.8 + 3.8 143
514
514
982
982
859
859
1630
1630
1474
1474
2816
2816
199
199
25fps
25fps
24fps
24fps
1280x720
1280x720
(16:9)HD
HD
(16:9)
60fps
60fps
640x480
640x480
(4:3)SD
SD
(4:3)
60fps
60fps
50fps
50fps
50fps
50fps
EOS5D
5DMark
MarkIIII
EOS
1920x1080
1920x1080
(16:9)Full
FullHD
HD
(16:9)
30fps
30fps
12min.
min.
12
49min.
min.
49
330MB/min.
MB/min.
330
640x480
640x480
(4:3)SD
SD
(4:3)
30fps
30fps
24min.
min.
24
hr.39
39min.
min.
11hr.
165MB/min
MB/min
165
30fps
30fps
25fps
25fps
12min.
min.
12
49min.
min.
49
330MB/min.
MB/min.
330
24fps
24fps
60fps
60fps
12min.
min.
12
49min.
min.
49
330MB/min.
MB/min.
330
50fps
50fps
60fps
60fps
24min.
min.
24
hr.39
39min.
min.
11hr.
165MB/min
MB/min
165
12min.
min.
12
49min.
min.
49
330MB/min.
MB/min.
330
24fps
24fps
60fps
60fps
12min.
min.
12
49min.
min.
49
330MB/min.
MB/min.
330
50fps
50fps
60fps
60fps
24min.
min.
24
hr.39
39min.
min.
11hr.
165MB/min
MB/min
165
EOS7D
7D
EOS
1920x1080
1920x1080
(16:9)Full
FullHD
HD
(16:9)
1280x720
1280x720
(16:9)HD
HD
(16:9)
640x480
640x480
(4:3)SD
SD
(4:3)
50fps
50fps
EOS60D
60D
EOS
1920x1080
1920x1080
(16:9)Full
FullHD
HD
(16:9)
1280x720
1280x720
(16:9)HD
HD
(16:9)
640x480(4:3)
(4:3)SD
SD
640x480
(MovieCrop)
Crop)
(Movie
30fps
30fps
25fps
25fps
50fps
50fps
EOSRebel
RebelT3i
T3i
EOS
1920x1080
1920x1080
30fps
30fps
25fps
25fps
(8GBCard)
Card)
(8GB
22min.
min.
44min.
min.
22
44
330MB/min.
MB/min.
330
330MB/min.
MB/min.
330
1280x720
1280x720
24fps
24fps
60fps
60fps
22min.
min.
22
640x480
640x480
50fps
50fps
30fps
30fps
hr.32
32min.
min. 33hr.
hr.44min.
min.
11hr.
82.5MB/min
MB/min
82.5
12min.
min.
12
49min.
min.
49
330MB/min.
MB/min.
330
24fps
24fps
60fps
60fps
12min.
min.
12
49min.
min.
49
330MB/min.
MB/min.
330
50fps
50fps
60fps
60fps
24min.
min.
24
hr.39
39min.
min.
11hr.
165MB/min
MB/min
165
50fps
50fps
60fps
60fps
24min.
min.
24
hr.39
39min.
min.
11hr.
165MB/min
MB/min
165
30fps
30fps
25fps
25fps
17min.
min.
17
hr.88min.
min.
11hr.
222MB/min.
MB/min.
222
1920x1080
1920x1080
(16:9) Full HD
(16:9) Full HD
20fps
20fps
12min.
min.
12
49min.
min.
49
330MB/min.
MB/min.
330
1280x720
1280x720
(16:9) HD
(16:9) HD
30fps
30fps
18 min.
18 min.
1 hr. 13 min.
1 hr. 13 min.
222 MB/min.
222 MB/min.
640x480
640x480
(4:3) SD
(4:3) SD
30fps
30fps
24 min.
24 min.
1 hr. 39 min.
1 hr. 39 min.
165 MB/min
165 MB/min
44min.
min.
44
25fps
25fps
EOSRebel
RebelT2i
T2i
EOS
1920x1080
1920x1080
(16:9)Full
FullHD
HD
(16:9)
1280x720
1280x720
(16:9)HD
HD
(16:9)
640x480
640x480
(4:3)SD
SD
(4:3)
640x480(4:3)
(4:3)SD
SD
640x480
(MovieCrop)
Crop)
(Movie
30fps
30fps
25fps
25fps
50fps
50fps
EOSRebel
RebelT3
T3
EOS
1280x720
1280x720
EOSRebel
RebelT1i
T1i
EOS
JPEG file sizes will vary depending on the subjects, shooting mode, and ISO speed. * Based on a 2GB CF card, JPEG
quality 8, ISO 100, Standard Picture Style and Canon standard testing methods. ** Based on a 1GB CF card, JPEG
quality 8, ISO 100, Standard Picture Style and Canon standard testing methods. *** Based on a 512MB CF card and
Canon standard testing methods. **** Based on a 2GB SD card and Canon standard testing methods.*****The number of possible shots and maximum burst apply to a 4GB SDHC card based on Canon’s testing standards.
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EF LENSES
Image Stabilization: It Belongs In the Lens
Optical Image Stabilizer Parallel
Movement Principle
Because every lens is different, different lenses
have different Optical Image Stabilizer needs.
• Reduces motion blur by counteracting camera shake during handheld photography
• With Optical Image Stabilizer in the lens, Canon can equip each Optical Image Stabilizer lens with the
stabilizer it needs
1: No Camera Shake
• Found on some telephoto lenses, Optical Image Stabilizer Mode 2 is especially effective when doing
panned shots
• With Canon Optical Image Stabilizer, the effects of the stabilization can be seen in the viewfinder—the
image is steadier, making composition more accurate
©Arthur Morris
EF LENS TECHNOLOGY
Great images start with great lenses and, in many ways, an SLR is defined by the quality,
breadth and scope of its associated system of lenses. For many, Canon EF series lenses
alone are reason enough to choose the EOS System. A blend of some of the world’s most
advanced optical, microelectronic, and precision manufacturing technologies, EF lenses are perfected in Canon’s
laboratories and proven in the field. Whatever you
shoot, whatever your budget, there are Canon
EF lenses perfect for your needs.
Optical Image Stabilizer
Canon Optical Image Stabilizer technology makes
handheld photography more practical at slow
shutter speeds, accommodating more low-light
shooting situations than ever before. Camera
shake typically occurs at shutter speeds less
than 1/ [focal length], resulting in image blur.
Canon Optical Image Stabilizer technology uses
miniature sensors and a high-speed microcomputer built into the lens. The sensors analyze
vibrations and apply correction via a special
stabilizing lens group that shifts the image
parallel to the focal plane. Motion blur is
Image Stabilizer OFF
Image Stabilizer ON
canceled, resulting in a sharper image. With Optical
Image Stabilization, it’s like gaining up to four stops.
Canon Optical Image Stabilizer technology is built
into many EF or EF-S lenses and outperforms incamera stabilization technologies found in other
cameras by allowing for more movement of the
stabilizing lens group. Especially with telephoto
lenses, as the lens focal length increases, the effect
of shake and the degree of correction needed to
cancel it increase as well. With the Optical Image
Stabilizer in the lens, Canon can equip each IS lens
with a stabilization unit optimized for the focal
lengths and optical characteristics unique to that
lens. Other systems are limited by how far they
can move an image sensor and, as a result, their
stabilization is less effective as telephoto lengths
get longer. Also, the result of Optical Image
Stabilization can be seen right in the viewfinder—
impossible with some other stabilizer systems.
How the Image Stabilizer Works — The Optical Image
Stabilizer shifts a lens group in parallel to the focal plane.
When the lens jerks due to camera shake, the light rays
from the subject are bent relative to the optical axis, resulting in a blurred image. Camera shake is detected by two
gyro sensors (one each for the yaw and pitch). The gyro
sensors detect the angle and speed of the camera shake
caused by handheld shooting. By moving select lens
elements according to how the entire lens is being shaken,
the image passing through the lens can be steady and
sharp when it hits the imaging sensor. The figure on the
extreme right shows what happens when the lens is jerked
downward. The center of the image moves downward on
the focal plane. When the Optical Image Stabilizer lens
group shifts downward, the light rays are refracted so that
the image center returns to the center of the focal plane.
Camera
Shake
2: Lens Front Shake Downward
Optical Image Stabilizer Units
Since image shake occurs in both the horizontal and vertical
directions, the Optical Image Stabilizer lens group can shift
vertically and horizontally on a plane perpendicular to the
optical axis to counteract the image shake.
3: Image-stabilizing group counteracting
downward camera shake
Optical Image Stabilizer in effect, right in the viewfinder.
Close-up — For close-up shots,
even the tiniest of motions is
magnified and spoils a great
shot!
Low-light — In low light situations, when you would normally
expect to have to use flash or
tripod, Canon’s Optical Image
Stabilizer lenses give you the
freedom of up to 4 stops of light.
Telephoto — Canon designs
each Optical Image Stabilizer
system to complement the
lens’ focal length. So even
with telephoto lenses you’ll
capture the shot!
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EF LENSES
Diffractive Optics
Canon’s use of diffractive optics (DO) results in
high-performance lenses that are much smaller and
lighter than traditional designs. Canon’s unique
multilayer diffractive elements are constructed
by bonding diffractive coatings to the surfaces of
two or more lens elements. These elements are
then combined to form a single multilayer DO
element. Conventional glass lens elements disperse
incoming light, causing chromatic aberration.
The DO element’s dispersion characteristics are
designed to cancel chromatic aberrations at various
wavelengths when combined with conventional
glass optics. This technology results in smaller
lenses with no compromise in image quality.
Canon has also developed a new triple-layer type
DO lens that uses an advanced diffractive grating
to deliver excellent performance, with superb
control of color fringing. This configuration is ideal
for zoom lens optics and provides significant
with virtually instantaneous stops and starts.
USM lenses also draw minimal power from the
camera, ensuring longer battery life. Canon makes
two types of Ultrasonic Motor lenses. Ring-type
USM lenses, found in ­
large aperture and supertelephoto designs, permit
manual focusing wit­­­­­­­­hout
first switching out of the
Ring-type USM
auto mode. Micro USM
designs bring the performance benefits of Canon’s
USM technology to a
wide assortment of
Micro USM
affordable EF lenses.
L-Series Lenses
Most highly regarded among professional photographers, Canon L-series lenses are distinguished
by a bold red ring around the outer barrel. What
makes them truly distinctive, however, is their
remarkable optical performance — the result of
sophisticated Canon technologies, such as Ultralow Dispersion UD glass, Fluorite and Aspherical
elements and Super Spectra Coating.
Fluorite / UD Elements
EF 400mm f/4 IS DO USM •f/4 • 1/1250 sec.
Refractive Optical Element
Taken with EF 100-400mm f/4.5-5.6L IS USM
Optical Image Stabilizer Mode 2
and Mode 3
The standard settings of the Optical Image
Stabilizer are set so that it is most effective when
photographing stationary subjects. However when
panning with a moving subject is attempted
(tracking of the subject horizontally or vertically),
the shake-correction of the OIS may inadvertently
over-compensate and interfere with framing. To
help resolve this, Canon developed Optical Image
Stabilizer Mode 2. In this mode, if you move the
lens to follow a subject for a pre-determined time,
the Optical Image Stabilizer does not correct for
the intentional panning while continuing to correct
any camera shake that’s perpendicular to the
panning motion. The result is a virtually smooth
viewfinder image as you follow the moving subject.
Optical Image Stabilizer Mode 3 activates IS only
when the shutter button is fully pressed, allowing
for easy panning of fast-moving subjects.
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Chromatic aberrations
Image formation in the blue, green
and red wavelength order
Hybrid Image Stabilizer
During normal shooting
situations, sudden camera
movement is rotational and can cause
significant image blur. During macro or close-up
photography however, the image blur caused
by linear camera shake—when the camera
moves parallel to the subject—is more
pronounced. Optical Image Stabilizer is
optimized to counteract rotational or linear
camera shake and works well for most camera
shooting situations. To help compensate for
linear camera shake, a new acceleration
sensor determines the amount of shift-based
camera movement. The new Canon Hybrid
Image Stabilizer technology employs a highly
sophisticated algorithm that combines the
feedback of both the acceleration sensor and
angular velocity sensor (found in Hybrid OIS
technology) and moves the image stabilizer
Refractive Optical Element
and Multi-Layer Diffractive
Optical Element Combined
Multi-Layer Diffractive Optical Element
Reducing color fringing, or chromatic aberration,
has been one of the great challenges in the design
of telephoto lenses. L-series telephoto lenses –
like the EF 70-200mm f/2.8 IS II USM and EF
300mm f/4L IS USM – employ Canon’s Ultra-low
Dispersion glass to minimize this effect, providing
much improved contrast and sharpness. Even
more effective at suppressing chromatic aberration
Chromatic aberrations reversed from
that of a refractive optical element
Chromatic aberration canceled out
Image formation in the red, green and
blue wavelength order
Green
Blue
Red
Correction of Chromatic Abberation by the Multi-Layer
Diffractive Optical Element.
reductions in size. A good example is the
EF 70-300mm f/4.5-5.6 DO IS USM lens, which
is 28 percent shorter than the EF 70-300mm
f/4-5.6 IS USM lens.
Linear Camera Shake
Ultrasonic Motor
lens elements, effectively compensating for
both rotational and linear camera shake.
Hybrid IS dramatically enhances the effects of
Optical Image Stabilizer especially during
macro shooting, which may be difficult for
conventional image stabilization technologies.
Canon developed the world’s first lens-based
Ultrasonic Motor (USM) to power the lens autofocus
mechanism. Instead of large noisy drive trains
powered by conventional motors, Canon USM
lenses employ the minute electronic vibrations
created by piezoelectric ceramic elements. The
focusing action of the lens is fast and quiet,
Red
Anomalous
dispersion
Glass
Blue
Red
Blue
Fluorite
Comparison of optical characteristics between
optical glass and Fluorite
are Fluorite elements, used in high-end super-telephoto L-series lenses. Composed of crystallized
calcium fluoride (CaF2), a single Fluorite element,
although costly, has roughly the corrective power
of two UD-glass elements, giving these L-series
lenses their spectacular performance and relatively
compact design.
Aspherical Elements
Wide-angle lenses and fast normal-focal-length
lenses often suffer from spherical aberration.
When the light rays coming through the center
of the lens do not converge at the same point as
light rays coming through the lens edge, the
Spherical aberration
of spherical lens.
Convergence of parallel light
rays by an Aspherical lens.
image appears blurred because there is no sharp
point of focus. Canon’s Aspherical elements use
a varying curved surface to ensure that the entire
image plane appears focused. Aspherical optics
also help to correct curvilinear distortion as one
might find in ultra wide-angle lenses. Canon
designs aspherical elements with extremely
precise variable curvature of one or both sides,
making possible lighter, more compact lenses.
Subwavelength and Fluorine
Anti-smear Coatings
The Subwavelength Coating (SWC) is a new
proprietary lens coating that helps control ghost
and flare to a
far greater
degree than
with earlier
coating technologies.
Utilizing SWC
technology on
EF 24mm f/1.4L II USM
f/6.3 •13 sec.
large-curvature
lens elements that are mainly found
in wide-angle lenses, will significantly minimize
the occurrence of ghosting and flare caused by
reflected light in environments that have posed
problems. SWC is used on the latest Canon wideangle lens, EF 24mm f/1.4L II USM. The Fluorine
anti-smear coating keeps soiling, smears and
fingerprints to a minimum for easy cleaning.
Focus Preset
Focus Preset enables you to program a focusing
distance in the camera’s memory. Normal picture
taking and focusing are unaffected by preset
distances. For example, at a soccer game, you
Focus Preset the goal area. Shoot normally
elsewhere on the field, but once the action moves
toward the goal, the user can instantly return to
the preset distance by turning a ring on the lens.
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EF LENSES
Floating System
Typical lenses correct for optical aberrations
only at commonly used focusing distances. Not
surprisingly, at other focusing distances, especially
close range, aberrations can compromise image
TS-E 24mm f/3.5L Floating System
Focal plane
Closest
shooting
distance
Floating
Dust- and Water-Resistant
Construction
Most L-series EF
telephoto lenses are
highly dust- and
water-resistant thanks
to rubber seals at the
switch panels, exterior
seams, drop-in filter
compartments and
lens mounts. Moving
parts, such as the focusing ring and switches,
are also designed to help keep out environmental
contaminants, providing reliable performance
under harsh conditions.
panoramic landscapes, as well as astronomy
and sports.
EF 24mm f/1.4L II USM •f/2.8 •1/30 sec.
EF-S Lenses — Designed for the Canon EOS 7D,
EOS 60D and all EOS Rebel models with APS-C
sized sensors (with a 1.6x crop factor), Canon’s
EF-S lenses take advantage of the sensor’s smaller
size to help deliver optimized performance in
compact, lightweight designs. The EF-S 15–85mm
f/3.5-5.6 IS USM is a perfect example of this
technology. With a compact design, a 35mm
equivalent range of 24–136mm, and Optical
Image Stabilizer technology, it’s a superlative
walk-around lens… possibly the only lens you’ll
need to enjoy basic Canon digital SLR photography.
EF 8–15mm f/4 Fisheye •f/4 •1024 sec.
Full-Time Manual Focusing
Canon EOS cameras with EF lenses deliver impeccable AF precision. Manual focusing capability,
nevertheless, can enhance flexibility. Canon EF
lenses with full-time manual focusing enable the
photographer to manually tweak focus without
switching out of AF mode. Since AF action does
not cause the focusing ring to turn, it can be made
wider for improved grip and comfort.
EF 8–15mm f/4 Fisheye •f/5.6 •1/200 sec.
Floating Effect
(TS-E 24mm f/3.5L)
TS-E Movements
Tilt Movements alter the angle of the plane of focus between the lens and focal plane, and Shift Movements move the lens’s
optical axis in parallel.
Astigmatism
quality. Rather than using fixed spacings, Canon’s
floating system dynamically varies the gap
between key lens elements based on focusing
distance. Most aberrations are effectively suppressed throughout the focusing range, assuring
high image quality in all shooting situations.
Fisheye — With its unique focal length range,
the EF 8-15mm f/4L Fisheye USM is the world’s
widest fisheye zoom lens. It delivers 180°
diagonal angle of view images for all EOS SLR
The diagram below shows the relationship between each
image size and a 180˚ angle of view for each focal length.
Focal Length: 8 mm
Approx. 10 mm
Full size
Circular fisheye
APS-C
Full-frame fisheye
Approx. 12 mm
Approx. 15 mm
APS-H
Full-frame fisheye
Full size
Full-frame fisheye
Circular Aperture
Canon lenses featuring circular aperture diaphragms
employ curved blades to create a smoothly rounded
opening as the lens is stopped down. As a result,
most out-of-focus background highlights are
rendered as natural-looking rounded shapes
rather than as distracting polygons. These lenses
deliver smooth, consistent stop-down action
(even at 14 fps), near-silent operation and
excellent optical characteristics.
Reverse tilt and shift greatly reduces the range on which focusing
is possible.
Shift was used to adjust the image to keep the building
perpendicular all the way to the top.
AF Stop Feature
Pressing the AF Stop button (featured on several
EF IS telephoto lenses) momentarily locks the AF
to help prevent the focus from shifting to a passing
obstruction. After the obstruction has cleared, the
focus will still be on the subject, and you can quickly
resume shooting. AF Stop buttons are positioned at
four locations around the lens grip for easy access.
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Macro — Canon’s EF lens lineup has a number of
options for true close-up and macro photography.
With five macro lenses for precision, and three
screw-on close-up lenses for convenience—in
addition to Life-Size Converter EF and two Extension
Tubes—Canon’s macro lenses and close-up
accessories can uncover detail that is nearly
impossible for the unaided human eye to detect.
*The red circle for each forcal length is the size of a 180˚ angle of
view on the image plane.
Inner and Rear Focusing
An inner focusing lens has the focusing lens
group(s) in front of the diaphragm, while a rear
focusing lens has the focusing lens group(s) behind
the diaphragm. Both designs allow for compact
optical systems that produce faster AF. And because
the front of the lens does not rotate to focus, filter
orientation remains constant.
TS-E — TS-E lenses are capable of tilt and shift
movements, which bring many of the advantages
of technical view cameras to the EOS System. Tilt
movements alter the angle of the plane of focus
between the lens and film plane, making broad
depth-of-field possible even at larger apertures;
shift movements slide the lens’s optical axis along
the film/sensor plane, enabling photographers
to correct or alter perspective at almost any angle.
Specialty Lenses
The lens’s tilt mechanism is used to achieve a pan focus effect
that allows focusing all the way back.
Without using shift causes the image of the building to lean in at
the top.
Tilt Movements –Using a normal lens, shallow or deep focus is
controlled by the size of the aperture used to adjust depth-offield. Canon TS-E lenses can help achieve this by the tilting of
the lens barrel in relationship to the focal and subject planes.
This allows for the appearance of extremely deep focus even at
wide open apertures, and shallow focus at smaller apertures.
Shift Movements – By keeping the camera level, and
using the shift function to raise the lens instead, this perspective effect can be corrected. With the camera’s focal
plane set parallel to the building, shifting the lens upward
will obtain a more rectangular-looking building.
EF Mount
cameras with imaging formats ranging from fullframe to APS-C, and provides 180° circular fisheye
images for full-frame EOS models. This new Canon
lens has a wide zoom range feature that provides
a truly elevated level of creativity and performance
for users shooting artistic compositions or
In designing the EF lens mount, Canon engineers
gave photographers a lot more than a way to quickly
attach a lens to a camera body. As the communication conduit between camera and lens, this fully
electronic mount system has none of the shock,
operational noise, abrasion, play, lubrication
requirements, slow response, lever operation limitations, or other design restrictions related to mechanical
linkage mechanisms. A self-test system, using the
lens’s built-in microcomputer, can even warn of
malfunctions through the camera’s display. The EF
mount makes possible high-speed autofocus, precise
aperture control and preview, automatic compensation
with lens extenders, and both forward and backward
compatibility with new lens technologies—such as
USM and Hybrid IS—as they are developed by Canon.
About Macro Magnification
A life-size macro lens—that is, a
1x magnification—records an
image on film at its actual size. If
you’re photographing fruits, for
example, and it has a diameter of
1 in., it will occupy 1 in. of your
actual slide or negative. With a
digital SLR, at 1.0x magnifica0.25x
tion, the image projected onto
your camera’s sensor will likewise be the same size at the sensor plane as the actual subject
itself. Other macro lenses have
lower or higher magnifications.
A lens with 0.5x magnification
will produce an image on film
0.5x
that is half the size of the
actual subject. Your 1 in. fruit
then would only occupy 0.5 in.
on film.
In the other direction, a 5x
magnification lens will convert
the 1-in. fruit to a 5-in. diameter
image. Since the entire image
1.0x
won’t fit in the frame of your
film, you will have an enlarged
image of a detail of the fruit.
Magnification is not the same as
focal length. A 50mm lens and a
180mm might both be macro
lenses with, for example, 1.0x
magnification. The advantage of 3.0x
the longer lens is that it allows
greater distance from a subject,
while allowing the same magnification in the final image. The
180mm lens is ideal for shooting
tiny subjects without disturbing
them; the 50mm is better choice
for copying flat documents.
5.0x
FOCAL LENGTH COMPARISON
Depth-of-field with tilt movements
Plane of optimum focus
15mm Fisheye
Film plane
With a normal lens
Using Tilt Movements to Focus an Oblique Subject Plane
180°
14mm
114°
17mm
104°
20mm
94°
24mm
84°
28mm
75°
35mm
63°
50mm
46°
70mm
34°
With a TS-E lens
Using Shift Movements to Focus Tall Building
85mm
28° 30'
100mm
24°
135mm
18°
200mm
12°
300mm
8° 15'
400mm
6° 10'
500mm
5°
600mm
4° 10'
1200mm
2° 5'
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EF LENSES
Take In the Wider View.
See It. Capture It.
Canon EF fixed-focal-length wide-angle lenses are exceptionally sharp, virtually
distortion-free, and fast – making them great choices for low-light shooting.
EF ultra-wide zooms deliver stunning perspectives. The added versatility of
zooming makes them perfect for enthusiasts and professionals alike.
for EOS Cameras
Ultra-Wide Zoom
EF 8-15mm f/4L Fisheye USM
EF “standard” zooms cover a popular range of focal lengths for most photographers,
from wide-angle through telephoto. This versatility makes them great for a wide range
of shooting situations. EF medium telephoto lenses help deliver natural perspective
with wide maximum apertures that make them ideal for low-light shooting.
for EOS Cameras
Standard Zoom
EF-S 10-22mm f/3.5-4.5 USM*
EF 16-35mm f/2.8L II USM
EF-S 15-85mm f/3.5-5.6 IS USM* EF-S 17-55mm f/2.8 IS USM*
EF 17-40mm f/4L USM
EF-S 17-85mm f/4-5.6 IS USM*
EF-S 18-55mm f/3.5-5.6 IS II*
EF-S 18-135mm f/3.5-5.6 IS*
Wide-Angle
EF 14mm f/2.8L II USM
EF 24mm f/1.4L II USM
EF-S 18-200mm f/3.5-5.6 IS*
EF 24-70mm f/2.8L USM
EF 24-105mm f/4L IS USM
EF 28-135mm f/3.5-5.6 IS USM
EF 20mm f/2.8 USM
EF 24mm f/2.8
EF 24-105mm f/4L IS USM •f/10 •1/125 sec.
EF 24mm f/1.4L II USM •f/2.8 •1/30 sec.
Standard and Medium Telephoto
EF 28mm f/1.8 USM
EF 28mm f/2.8
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EF 35mm f/1.4L USM
•
Super UD Lens
•
UD Lens
•
EF 35mm f/2
Aspherical Lens
* For EOS 7D, 60D, 50D, 40D, 30D, 20D/20Da, Rebel T3i, T2i, T3, T1i, XSi, XS and all versions of EOS Digital Rebel only.
EF 50mm f/1.2L USM
EF 50mm f/1.4 USM
EF 50mm f/1.8 II
Icons: See “EF Lens Technology” section. Diagram:
•
Super UD Lens
EF 85mm f/1.2L II USM
•
UD Lens
•
EF 85mm f/1.8 USM
EF 100mm f/2 USM
Aspherical Lens
* For EOS 7D, 60D, 50D, 40D, 30D, 20D/20Da, Rebel T3i, T2i, T3, T1i, XSi, XS and all versions of EOS Digital Rebel only.
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EF LENSES
Focus Your Attention.
Telephoto lenses make it easy to throw backgrounds out of focus, grab detail, or
“get close” to unapproachable subjects… and these EF zoom lenses are superb tools
for the job. EF fixed-focal-length telephotos combine great picture quality with
fast maximum apertures, making them ideal for handheld shooting in low light.
for EOS Cameras
Telephoto Zoom
EF 28-300mm f/3.5-5.6L IS USM
for EOS Cameras
Telephoto
EF-S 55-250mm f/4-5.6 IS II*
EF 135mm f/2L USM
EF 135mm f/2.8 w/Softfocus
EF 300mm f/2.8L IS II USM
EF 300mm f/4L IS USM
EF 200mm f/2.8L II USM
EF 200mm f/2L IS USM
EF 70-200mm f/2.8L IS II USM EF 70-200mm f/2.8L USM
70-300mm f/4-5.6L IS USM •f/5.6 •1/1600 sec.
EF 70-200mm f/4L IS USM
EF 70-200mm f/4L USM
EF 70-300mm f/4-5.6L IS USM
EF 70-300mm f/4.5-5.6 DO IS USM EF 70-300mm f/4-5.6 IS USM
300mm f/2.8L IS II USM •f/2.8 •1/160 sec.
Extenders
EF 75-300mm f/4-5.6 III USM
EF 75-300mm f/4-5.6 III
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•
EF 100-400mm f/4.5-5.6L IS USM
Fluorite Lens
•
Super UD Lens
•
UD Lens
EXTENDER EF 1.4x III
•
DO Lens
•
Aspherical Lens
* For EOS 7D, 60D, 50D, 40D, 30D, 20D/20Da, Rebel T3i, T2i, T3, T1i, XSi, XS and all versions of EOS Digital Rebel only.
EXTENDER EF 2x III
Icons: See “EF Lens Technology” section. Diagram:
Extension Tube EF 12 II
Extension Tube EF 25 II
•
Fluorite Lens
•
Super UD Lens
•
UD Lens
•
DO Lens
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EF LENSES
Up Close Detail from Afar.
Solutions for Specialized Shooting.
Distinguished by their white color and seen at major sporting events around the
world, the powerful EF super-telephotos are also ideal for nature, scenic and
even outdoor fashion photography. Canon’s ring-type USM delivers a high level of
focusing performance, and most feature Canon’s superb Image Stabilization.
EF tele extenders and extension tubes add even more power and versatility.
Canon’s manual focus TS-E (Tilt-Shift) lenses provide tilt capability to alter the
plane of focus and shift capability for perspective correction, offering solutions
for numerous applications, from architectural to studio photography. Canon
also offers a range of close-up, high-magnification shooting solutions with a
lineup of exceptional macro lenses and accessories.
for EOS Cameras
for EOS Cameras
Tilt-Shift
Super Telephoto
TS-E 17mm f/4L
EF 400mm f/2.8L IS II USM
EF 400mm f/4 DO IS USM
TS-E 24mm f/3.5L II •f/5.7 •3.2 sec.
TS-E 24mm f/3.5L II •f/4 •1/800 sec.
©Vincent Laforet
600mm f/4L IS II USM •f/4 •1/400 sec.
TS-E 24mm f/3.5L II
EF 400mm f/5.6L USM
TS-E 45mm f/2.8
TS-E 90mm f/2.8
EF 50mm f/2.5 Compact Macro
EF-S 60mm f/2.8 Macro USM*
MP-E 65mm f/2.8 1-5x Macro Photo
EF 100mm f/2.8L Macro IS USM
EF 180mm f/3.5L Macro USM
Life-Size Converter EF
Macro
EF 500mm f/4L IS II USM
400mm f/2.8L IS II USM •f/2.8 •1/2500 sec.
EF 600mm f/4L IS II USM
EF 600mm f/4L IS USM
EF 800mm f/5.6L IS USM
MP-E 65mm f/2.8 1-5x Macro Photo •f/11 •1/125 sec. (3.0x)
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Icons: See “EF Lens Technology” section. Diagram:
•
Fluorite Lens
•
Super UD Lens
•
UD Lens
•
DO Lens
•
Aspherical Lens
Icons: See “EF Lens Technology” section. Diagram:
•
UD Lens
•
Aspherical Lens
* For EOS 7D, 60D, 50D, 40D, 30D, 20D/20Da, Rebel T3i, T2i, T3, T1i, XSi, XS and all versions of EOS Digital Rebel only.
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EF LENSES
EF Lens Chart
CANON EF LENS
SPECIFICATIONS
Apparent Focal
length (mm)
APS-C
APS-H
Focus Drive
Angle of View (Diagonal)
35mm
APS-C
APS-H
Lens
Minimum Filter
Construction Aperture
Diameter
(Groups/
(f)
(mm)
Elements)
Closest Focusing
Distance
(m)
(ft.)
(in.)
(mm)
(oz.)
(g)
Length
Weight
Lens Hood
Lens Cap
Soft Case
Ultrasonic 180°0'–175°30' 180° @ approx.10mm 180° @ approx.12mm
Weight
(mm)
(oz.)
(g)
Lens Hood
Lens Cap
Soft Case
30°32'
37°21'
9/11
16
–
2.0
0.6
3–3/16
81.5
2.2 lbs.
985
ES–79
E–72U
–
30°32'
37°21'
6/8
16
72
1.5
0.45
2.58
65.5
18.7
580
ES–78
E–72U
LP1214
EF 50mm f/1.4 USM
80
65
Ultrasonic
46°
30°32'
37°21'
6/7
22
58
1.5
0.45
2
50.5
10.2
290
ES–71II
E–58U
LP1014
EF 50mm f/1.8 II
80
65
MM
46°
30°32'
37°21'
5/6
22
52
1.5
0.45
1–5/8
41.0
4.6
130
ES–62#
E–52
LP1014
EF 50mm f/1.8 †
80
65
MM
46°
30°32'
37°21'
5/6
22
52
1.5
0.45
1–5/8
41.0
4.6
130
ES–62#
E–52
LP1014
• EF 85mm f/1.2L II USM / USM †
136
111
Ultrasonic
28°30'
18°14'
22°29'
7/8
16
72
3.2
0.95
3–5/16
84.0
2.3 lbs.
1,025
ES–79II
E–72U
LP1219
–
• EF 85mm f/1.8 USM
136
111
Ultrasonic
28°30'
18°14'
22°29'
7/9
22
58
2.8
0.85
2–13/16
71.5
15.0
425
ET–65III
E–58U
LP1014
E–77U
LP1214
• EF 100mm f/2 USM
160
130
Ultrasonic
24°
15°32'
19°11'
6/8
22
58
3.0
0.9
2–7/8
73.5
1.0 lbs.
460
ET–65III
E–58U
LP1014
EW–78E
E-72U
LP1116
• EF 135mm f/2L USM
216
175
Ultrasonic
18°
11°32'
14°16'
8/10
32
72
3.0
0.9
4–7/16
112.0
1.6 lbs.
750
ET–78II
E–72U
LP1219
645
EW–83J
E-77U
–
216
175
AFD
18°
11°32'
14°16'
6/7
32
52
4.3
1.3
3–7/8
98.4
13.8
390
ET–65III
E–52
LP1016
1.1 lbs.
475
EW–73B
E–67U
LP1116
–
–
Ultrasonic
12°
07°48'
09°39'
10/12
32
48 DI
8.2
2.5
8–3/16
208
6.6 lbs.
3,000
ET–123
E–162
–
68.5
7.8
200
EW–60C
E–58
LP814
• EF 200mm f/2L IS USM
320
260
Ultrasonic
12°
07°48'
09°39'
12/17
32
52 DI
6.2
1.9
8–3/16
208
5.6 lbs.
2,520
ET–120B
E–145B
–
2–5/8
66.2
6.7
190
EW–60C
E–58U
LP814
• EF 200mm f/2.8L II USM / USM †
320
260
Ultrasonic
12°
07°48'
09°39'
7/9
32
72
4.9
1.5
5–3/8
136.2
1.6 lbs.
765
ET–83BII
E–72U
LP1222
0.28
2–5/8
66.2
6.7
190
EW–60C
E–58U
LP814
480
390
Ultrasonic
8°15'
05°12'
06°26'
16/12
32
52 DI
6.6
2.0
9.7
247.5
5.25lbs.
2,400
ET–120WII
E–145C
300B
0.45
4
101
16.0
4555
EW–73B
E–67
LP1116
• EF 300mm f/2.8L IS USM † / USM †
480
390
Ultrasonic
8°15'
05°12'
06°26'
13/17
32
52 DI
8.2
2.5
9–7/8
252.0
5.6 lbs.
2,550
ET–120
E–145
–
1.5
0.45
4
102
21.0
595
EW–78D
E–72
LP1116
• EF 300mm f/4L IS USM / USM †
480
390
Ultrasonic
8°15'
05°12'
06°26'
11/15
32
77
4.9
1.5
8–11/16
221.0
2.6 lbs.
1,190
Built-in
E–77U
LZ1128
13.5
343
9.25 lbs.
4,200
ET–155WII
E–180D
400C
11.7 lbs.
5,300
ET–155
E–180C
–
540
EW–77
8–15
LP1219
N/A
10/13
22
77
0.8
0.24
3–1/2
89.8
13.6
385
EW–83E
E–77U
LP1319
80°56'–42°36'
93°08'–51°32'
12/16
22
82
0.92
0.28
4–2/5
111.6
22.4
635
EW–88
E–82U
LP1319
80°56'–42°36'
93°08'–51°32'
10/14
22
77
0.9
0.28
4-1/8
103
1.3 lbs.
600
EW-83E
E–77U
LP1319
104°–63°
78°30'–42°36'
89°39'–51°32'
10/15
22
77
1.38
0.42
3–3/4
95.7
19.1
545
EW–83C
E–77U
–
Ultrasonic
104°–57°30'
78°30'–37°41'
89°39'–45°48'
9/12
22
77
0.92
0.28
3–3/4
96.8
1.1 lbs.
475
EW–83E
E–77U
LP1319
–
AFD
94°–63°
78°37'–42°36'
80°23'–51°32'
12/15
22
72
1.6
0.5
3–1/2
89.0
1.2 lbs.
540
EW–75
–
32–56
26–46
Ultrasonic
94°–63°
68°37'–42°36'
80°23'–51°32'
11/12
22-27
77
1.1
0.34
2–3/4
68.9
11.9
340
EW–83II
124–136
N/A
Ultrasonic
N/A
84°30'–18°25'
N/A
12/17
36
72
1.15
0.35
3–7/16
87.5
20.3
575
• EF-S 17-55mm f/2.8 IS USM ††
27–88
N/A
Ultrasonic
N/A
78°30'–27°50'
N/A
12/19
22
77
1.5
0.45
4–2/5
110.6
22.8
• EF-S 17-85mm f/4-5.6 IS USM ††
27–136
N/A
Ultrasonic
N/A
78°30'–18°25'
N/A
12/17
22
67
1.1
0.35
3–5/8
92.0
• EF-S 18-55mm f/3.5-5.6 IS† / II ††
29–88
N/A
MM
N/A
74°20'–27°50'
N/A
9/11
22
58
0.82
0.25
2–3/4
• EF-S 18-55mm f/3.5-5.6 USM † / ††
29–88
N/A
Ultrasonic
N/A
74°20'–27°50'
N/A
9/11
22–38
58
0.92
0.28
• EF-S 18-55mm f/3.5-5.6 †† ****
29–88
N/A
MM
N/A
74°20'–27°50'
N/A
9/11
22–38
58
0.92
• EF-S 18-135mm f/3.5-5.6 IS ††
29–216
N/A
MM
N/A
74°20'–11°30'
N/A
12/16
36
67
1.5
• EF-S 18-200mm f/3.5-5.6 IS ††
29–320
N/A
DC motor
N/A
74°20'–07°48'
N/A
12/16
22-36
72
• EF-S 10-22mm f/3.5-4.5 USM ††
16–35
N/A
Ultrasonic
N/A
107°30'–63°30'
• EF 16-35mm f/2.8L II USM
26–56
21–45
Ultrasonic
108°10'–63°
EF 16-35mm f/2.8L USM †
26–56
21–45
Ultrasonic
108°10'–63°
EF 17-35mm f/2.8L USM †
–
–
Ultrasonic
27–64
22–52
EF 20-35mm f/2.8 USM †
–
• EF 20-35mm f/3.5-4.5 USM †
EF 50mm f/1.0L USM †
46°
19.1
• EF 50mm f/1.2L USM
Telephoto
Standard Zoom
–
–
Ultrasonic
88°56'–42°52'
63°38'–27°52'
75°03'–34°09'
9/9
22–32
58
–
0.35
–
–
–
175
–
–
–
• EF 24-70mm f/2.8L USM
38–112
31–91
Ultrasonic
84°–34°
59°15'–22°04'
70°18'–27°08'
13/16
22
77
1.25
0.38
4–7/8
123.5
2.1 lbs.
950
EW–83F
E–77U
LP1219
• EF 24-85mm f/3.5-4.5 USM †
38–136
31–111
Ultrasonic
84°–28°30'
59°15'–18°14'
70°18'–22°29'
12/15
22–32
67
1.6
0.5
2–3/4
69.5
13.4
380
EW–73II
E–67U
LP1014
• EF 24-105mm f/4L IS USM
38–168
31–136
Ultrasonic
84°—23°20'
59°15'—14°48' 70°18'—18°17'
13/18
22–27
77
1.5
0.45
3–5/16
83.5
1.5 lbs.
670
EW–83H
E–77U
LP1219
–
–
Ultrasonic
75°–34°
51°58'—22°04' 62°13'—27°08'
11/16
22
77
1.6
0.5
4–5/8
117.6
1.9 lbs.
880
EW–83B
E–77U
–
EF 135mm f/2.8 w/ Softfocus
EF 200mm f/1.8L USM †
EF 300mm f/2.8L IS II USM
Super Telephoto
640
520
Ultrasonic
6°10'
03°54'
04°50'
16/12
32
52 DI
8.86
2.7
• EF 400mm f/2.8L IS USM†/ II USM†/ USM†
640
520
Ultrasonic
6°10'
03°54'
04°50'
13/17
32
52 DI
9.8
3.0
• EF 400mm f/4 DO IS USM
640
520
Ultrasonic
6°10'
03°54'
04°50'
13/17
32
52 DI
11.48
3.5
9–7/16
232.7
4.3 lbs.
1,940
ET–120
E–145 II
–
• EF 400mm f/5.6L USM
640
520
Ultrasonic
6°10'
03°54'
04°50'
6/7
32
77 DI
11.5
3.5
10–1/16
256.5
2.8 lbs.
1,250
Built-in
E–77U
LZ1132
EF 500mm f/4L IS II USM
800
650
Ultrasonic
5°
03°07'
03°52'
16/12
32
52 DI
12.14
3.7
15.1
383
112.5 oz.
3190
ET–138
E–163B
500B
• EF 500mm f/4L IS USM †
800
650
Ultrasonic
5°
03°07'
03°52'
13/17
32
52 DI
14.8
4.5
15–3/16
387.0
8.5 lbs.
3,870
ET–138
E–163
–
EF 500mm f/4.5L USM †
–
–
Ultrasonic
5°
03°07'
03°52'
6/7
32
48 DI
16.4
5.0
15–3/8
390
6.6 lbs.
3,000
ET–123BII
E–130
–
EF 600mm f/4L IS II USM
960
780
Ultrasonic
4°10'
02°36'
03°13'
16/12
32
52 DI
14.77
4.5
17.6
448
138.3 oz.
3920
ET–160
E–185B
600B
EF 400mm f/2.8L IS II USM
–
–
MM
75°–34°
51°58'—22°04' 62°13'—27°08'
9/10
29
52
–
0.39
–
–
–
300
–
–
–
EF 28-80mm f/3.5-5.6 IV USM † / V USM †
45–128
36–104
Ultrasonic
75°–30°
51°58'—19°21' 62°13'—25°51'
10/10
22–38
58
1.25
0.38
2–13/16
71.2
7.8
200
EW–60C
E–58
LP814
EF 28-80mm f/3.5-5.6 III † / II †
45–128
36–104
MM
75°–30°
51°58'—19°21' 62°13'—25°51'
10/10
22–38
58
1.25
0.38
2–13/16
71.2
7.8
200
EW–60C
E–58
LP814
EF 28-80mm f/3.5-5.6 †
45–128
36–104
MM
75°–30°
51°58'—19°21' 62°13'—25°51'
10/10
22–38
58
1.25
0.38
2–13/16
71.2
7.8
200
EW–60C
E–58
LP814
• EF 28-90mm f/4-5.6 III / II USM †
45–144
36–117
MM/Ultrasonic
75°–27°
51°58'—17°14' 62°13'—21°16'
8/10
22–32
58
1.3
0.38
2–13/16
71.0
6.7
190
EW–60C
E–58U/E-58
LP814
• EF 28-90mm f/4-5.6 USM †
45–144
36–117
Ultrasonic
75°–27°
51°58'—17°14' 62°13'—21°16'
8/10
22–32
58
1.3
0.38
2–13/16
71.0
6.7
190
EW–60C
E–58
LP814
• EF 28-105mm f/3.5-4.5 II USM / USM †
45–168
36–136
Ultrasonic
75°–23°20'
51°58'—14°48' 62°13'—18°17'
12/15
22–27
58
1.6
0.5
3
75.0
13.1
375
EW-63II
E–58U
LP814
• EF 28-105mm f/4-5.6 USM †
45–168
36–136
Ultrasonic
75°–23°20'
51°58'—14°48' 62°13'—18°17'
9/10
22–32
58
1.57
0.48
2–11/16
68.0
7.4
210
EW–63B
E–58U
LP814
• EF 28-135mm f/3.5-5.6 IS USM
42–216
36–176
Ultrasonic
75°–18°
51°58'—11°32' 62°13'—14°16'
12/16
22–36
72
1.64
0.5
3–13/16
96.8
1.2 lbs.
540
EW–78BII
E–72U
LP1116
• EF 28-200mm f/3.5-5.6 USM †
45–320
36–260
Ultrasonic
75°–12°
51°58'—07°48' 62°13'—09°39'
12/16
22–36
72
1.5
0.45
3–1/2
89.6
1.1 lbs.
500
EW–78D
E–72U
LP1116
EF 50mm f/2.5 Compact Macro
80
65
• EF 35-80mm f/4-5.6 III † / II / USM †
56–128
46–104
MM
63°–30°
42°36'–19°21'
51°32'—23°51'
8/8
22–32
52
1.3
0.4
2–1/2
63.5
6.2
175
EW–54II
E–52
LP814
• EF-S 60mm f/2.8 Macro USM ††
96
N/A
–
–
Ultrasonic
63°–18°
42°36'–11°32'
51°32'—14°16'
12/14
22–32
58
2.5
0.75
3–3/8
86.0
15.0
425
EW–62
–
–
Telephoto Zoom
EF 55-200mm f/4.5-5.6 II USM † / USM †
Length
(in.)
46°
83
EF 35-350mm f/3.5-5.6L USM †
Closest Focusing
Distance
(m)
(ft.)
Ultrasonic
3.3
• EF 28-300mm f/3.5-5.6L IS USM
Lens
Minimum Filter
Construction Aperture
Diameter
(Groups/
(f)
(mm)
Elements)
Ultrasonic
0.15
• EF 35-135mm f/4-5.6 USM †
APS-H
–
0.49
EF 28-70mm f/3.5-4.5 †
APS-C
65
Gelatin
1
EF 28-70mm f/2.8 L USM †
Angle of View (Diagonal)
35mm
–
22
12.8–24
EF 22-55mm f/4-5.6 USM †
Focus Drive
80
14/11
EF 8-15mm f/4L Fisheye USM
• EF-S 15-85mm f/3.5-5.6 IS USM ††
Apparent Focal
length (mm)
APS-C
APS-H
Standard & Medium Telephoto
Ultra Wide Zoom
• EF 17-40mm f/4L USM
CANON EF LENS
SPECIFICATIONS
45–480 36–390
–
–
88–320 72–260
Ultrasonic
75°–8°15'
Ultrasonic
63°—07°03'
Ultrasonic
72–260
62°13'—06°26'
16/22
38
77
2.3
0.7
7–1/4
184.0
3.7 lbs.
1,670
EW–83G
E–77U
LZ1324
42°36'—04°28' 51°32'—05°31'
15/21
22–32
72
2.0
0.6
6–9/16
167
3.0 lbs.
1,385
EW–78
E–72U
–
27°–07°48'
34°09'–09°39'
13/13
22–29
52
3.9
1.2
3–13/16
97.3
10.9
310
ET–54
E–52U
LP1016
27°5'–6°15'
N/A
51°58'–5°12'
• EF 600mm f/4L IS USM † / USM †
13–11/16 349.0
960
780
Ultrasonic
4°10'
02°36'
03°13'
13/17
32
52 DI
18.0
5.5
18
456.0
11.8 lbs.
5,360
ET–160
E–185
–
• EF 800mm f/5.6L IS USM
1,280
1,040
Ultrasonic
3°5'
01°57'
02°25'
14/18
32
52 DI
19.69
6.0
18.1
461.0
9.9 lbs.
4,500
ET–155
E–180C
–
• EF 1200mm f/5.6L USM †
1,920
1,560
Ultrasonic
2°5'
01°18'
01°36'
10/13
32
48 DI
45.9
14.0
33
836.0
36.4 lbs.
16,50
Built-in
Exclusive
–
AFD
46°
30°32'
37°21'
8/9
32
52
0.8
0.23
2–1/2
63.0
9.9
280
Built-in
E–52
LP814
Ultrasonic
N/A
25°
N/A
8/12
32
52
0.65
0.2
2–3/4
69.8
11.8
335
ET–67B
E–52U
LP1016
Macro
• MP-E 65mm f/2.8 1-5x Macro Photo *
104
85
Manual
18°40' (at 1x)
11°51' (at 1x)
14°39' (at 1x)
8/10
16
58
0.8
0.24
3–7/8
98.0
1.6 lbs.
730
–
E–58
LP1216
• EF 100mm f/2.8L Macro IS USM
160
130
Ultrasonic
23.4°
15°7'
19°12'
12/15
32
67
0.97
0.3
4–13/16
123.0
1.4 lbs.
625
ET–73
E–67U
LP1219
• EF 100mm f/2.8 Macro USM
160
130
Ultrasonic
24°
15°32'
19°11'
8/12
32
58
1.0
0.31
4–11/16
119.0
1.3 lbs.
600
ET–67
E–58U
LZ1324
• EF 180mm f/3.5L Macro USM
288
234
Ultrasonic
13°40'
08°40'
10°43'
12/14
32
72
1.6
0.48
7–3/8
186.6
2.4 lbs.
1,090
ET–78II
E–72U
LZ1324
–
–
–
–
–
–
3/4
–
–
0.8
0.24
1–3/8
34.9
5.6
160
–
R–F–3
LP811
Life Size Converter EF ***
Tilt-Shift
• EF-S 55-250mm f/4-5.6 IS † / II ††
88–400
DC motor
N/A
10/12
22–32
58
3.6
1.1
4.3
108
13.8
390
ET–60
E–58
LP1019
• EF 70-200mm f/2.8L IS II USM
112-320 91-260
Ultrasonic
34°-12°
22°04'–07°48' 27°08'–09°39'
19/23
32
77
3.9
1.2
7.8
199
3.3 lbs
1,490
ET–87
E–77U
LZ1326
• TS-E 17mm f/4L*
27
22
Manual
104°
78°30'
89°39'
13/18
22
–
0.82
0.25
4.20
106.7
1.8 lbs.
820
–
17
LP1219
• EF 70-200mm f/2.8L USM †/ USM
112–320 91–260
Ultrasonic
34°–12°
22°04'–07°48' 27°08'–09°39'
18/23
32
77
4.6
1.4
7–13/16
197.0
3.2 lbs.
1,470
ET–86
E–77U
LZ1324
• TS-E 24mm f/3.5L II *
38
31
Manual
84°
59°15'
70°18'
10/16
22
82
0.69
0.21
4.20
106.9
1.7 lbs.
780
EW–88B
E–82
LP1319
• EF 70-200mm f/4L IS USM
112–320 91–260
Ultrasonic
34°–12°
22°04'–07°48' 27°08'–09°39'
15/20
32
67
3.9
1.2
6–7/8
172.0
26.8
760
ET–74
E–67U
LP1224
TS-E 24mm f/3.5L † *
38
31
Manual
84°
59°15'
70°18'
9/11
22
72
1.0
0.3
3–7/16
87.0
1.2 lbs.
570
EW–75BII
E–72
LP1216
• EF 70-200mm f/4L USM
112–320 91–260
Ultrasonic
34°–12°
22°04'–07°48' 27°08'–09°39'
13/16
32
67
3.9
1.2
6–7/8
172.0
19.2
705
ET–74
E–67U
LP1224
TS-E 45mm f/2.8 *
72
59
Manual
51°
33°44'
41°10'
9/10
22
72
1.3
0.4
3–9/16
90.0
1.4 lbs.
645
EW–79BII
E–72
LP1216
EF 70-300mm f/4-5.6L IS USM ***** 112–480 91–390
Ultrasonic
34°–8°15'
22°04'–05°12' 27°08'–06°26'
19/14
32
67
3.9
1.2
5.6
143
27.8
788
ET-73B
E-67U
LP1424
TS-E 90mm f/2.8 *
144
117
Manual
27°
17°14'
21°16'
5/6
32
58
1.6
0.5
3–7/16
88.0
1.2 lbs.
565
ES–65III
E–58
LP1016
34°–8°15'
22°04'–05°12' 27°08'–06°26'
12/18
32–38
58
4.6
1.4
3–7/8
99.0
1.6 lbs.
720
ET–65B
E–58U
LP1116
Extenders
N/A
• EF 70-300mm f/4.5-5.6 DO IS USM
112–480 91–390
Ultrasonic
• EF 70-300mm f/4–5.6 IS USM
112–480 91–390
Ultrasonic
34°–8°15'
22°04'–05°12' 27°08'–06°26'
10/15
32–45
58
4.9
1.5
5–7/16
137.2
1.4 lbs.
630
ET–65B
E–58U
LP1222
Extender EF 1.4x III **
–
–
–
–
–
–
7/3
–
–
–
–
1–1/16
27.2
7.9
225
–
Extender Cap E II
LP811
120–480 98–390
Ultrasonic
32°11'–8°15'
20°37'–05°12' 25°23'–06°26'
10/15
32–45
58
4.9
1.5
5–7/16
137.2
1.4 lbs.
650
ET–64II
E–58U
LP1022
Extender EF 1.4x II † **
–
–
–
–
–
–
5/4
–
–
–
–
1–1/16
27.2
7.8
220
–
Extender CapE II
LP811
120–480 98–390
MM/Ultrasonic
32°11'–8°15'
20°37'–05°12' 25°23'–06°26'
9/13
32–45
58
4.9
1.5
4–13/16
122.0
1.1 lbs.
480
ET–60
E–58U
LP1019
Extender EF 2x III **
–
–
–
–
–
–
9/5
–
–
–
–
2–5/16
52.7
11.5
325
–
Extender Cap E II
LP811
120–480 98–390
Ultrasonic
32°11'–8°15'
20°37'–05°12' 25°23'–06°26'
10/15
32–45
58
4.9
1.5
5–7/16
137.2
1.4 lbs.
650
ET–64II
E–58U
LP1022
Extender EF 2x II † **
–
–
–
–
–
–
7/5
–
–
–
–
2–5/16
103
9.3
265
–
Extender CapE II
LP811
AFD
30°–12°
19°21'–07°48' 25°31'–09°39'
13/16
32
72
5.9
1.8
7–5/16
186
2.9 lbs.
1330
ES–79
–
–
EF 75-300mm f/4–5.6 IS USM †
• EF 75-300mm f/4-5.6 III USM/III/II USM †
EF 75-300mm f/4-5.6 USM
EF 80-200mm f/2.8L †
–
–
• EF 80-200mm f/4.5-5.6 II †/ USM †
128–320 104–260 MM/Ultrasonic
30°–12°
19°21'–07°48' 25°31'–09°39'
7/10
22–27
52
4.9
1.5
3–1/8
78.5
8.8
250
ET–54
E–52
LP1014
EF 100-300mm f/4.5-5.6 USM †
160–480 130–390 Ultrasonic
24°–8°15'
15°32'–05°12' 19°11'–06°26'
10/13
32–38
58
4.9
1.5
4–3/4
121.5
1.2 lbs.
540
ET–65III
E–58U
LP1019
24°–8°15'
15°32'–05°12' 19°11'–06°26'
10/15
32
58
4.6
1.4
6–9/16
167
1.5 lbs.
695
ET–62II
–
–
24°–6°10'
15°32'–03°54' 19°11'–04°50'
14/17
32–38
77
5.9
1.8
7–7/16
189.0
3.0 lbs.
1,360
ET–83C
E–77U
LZ1324
• EF 100-300mm f/5.6 L †
EF 100-400mm f/4.5-5.6L IS USM
–
–
AFD
160–640 130–520 Ultrasonic
† Discontinued. †† Compatible only with EOS 7D, 60D 50D, 40D, 30D, 20D/20Da, Rebel T3i/T2i/T3/T1i/XSi/XS and Digital Rebel XTi/XT only. • Incorporates distance information with E-TTL II. * TS-E AND MP-E lenses are manual focus only, with automatic diagram. ** Extenders EF 1.4x II/III and 2x II/III are for exclusive use with EF 70-200mm f/2.8L
IS II, EF 70-200mm f/2.8L, 70-200mm f/2.8L IS, 70-200mm f/4L, 100-400mm f/4.5-5.6L, 135mm f/2L, 180mm f/3.5L Macro, 200mm f/1.8L, 300mm f/2.8 L, 300mm f/2.8L IS II, 300mm f/4L, 300mm f/4L IS, 400mm f/2.8L IS, 400mm f/2.8L IS II, 400mm f/4 DO, 400mm f/5.6L, 500mm f/4L IS, 600mm f/4L IS, and 1200mm f/5.6L (Manual
focus only when EF 1.4x II/III is used with EF 100-400mm f/5.6L, 400mm f/5.6L, 500mm f/4.5L, 1200mm f/5.6L, and with 180mm f/3.5 Macro when focused closer than 2.6 feet; or with Extender EF 2x II/III when used with EF70-200mm f/4L, 100-400mm f/4.5-5.6L, 180mm f/3.5L Macro, 300mm f/4L IS, 300 f/4L, 400mm f/4 DO, 400mm
f/5.6L, 500mm f/4L, 500mm f/4.5L, 600mm f/4L, and 1200mm f/5.6L). *** Life Size Converter EF is for exclusive use with 50mm f/2.5 Compact Macro. **** Available only with the EOS 40D, 30D, 20D and Digital Rebel Kit. # With Adapter Ring. Rear Cap for EF lenses = Lens Dust Cap E. Body Cap for EOS Cameras, Life Size Converter EF =
Camera Cover R-F-3. Specifications subject to change. ***** Not compatible with tele-extenders.
Wide-Angle
• EF 14mm f/2.8L II USM
22
18
Ultrasonic
114°
88°32'
100°43'
11/14
22
Gelatin
0.66
0.2
–3/4
116.0
22.8
645
Built-in
Exclusive
LP1016
• EF 14mm f/2.8L USM †
22
18
Ultrasonic
114°
88°32'
100°43'
10/14
22
Gelatin
0.8
0.25
3–1/2
89.0
1.2 lbs.
560
Built-in
Exclusive
LP1016
24
20
AFD
180°
108°15'
137°08'
7/8
22
Gelatin
0.7
0.2
2–7/16
62.2
11.6
330
Built-in
E–73
LP814
• EF 20mm f/2.8 USM
32
26
Ultrasonic
94°
68°37'
80°23'
9/11
22
72
0.8
0.25
2–13/16
70.6
14.3
405
EW–75II
E–72U
LP1214
• EF 24mm f/1.4L II USM
38
31
Ultrasonic
84°
59°15'
70°18'
10/13
22
77
0.8
0.25
3.4
86.9
22.9
650
EW–83K
E–77U
LP1319
• EF 24mm f/1.4L USM †
38
31
Ultrasonic
84°
59°15'
70°18'
9/11
22
77
0.82
0.25
3
77.4
1.2 lbs.
550
EW–83DII
E–77U
LP1214
38
31
AFD
84°
59°15'
70°18'
10/10
22
58
0.8
0.25
1–7/8
48.5
9.5
270
EW–60II
E–58
LP811
45
36
Ultrasonic
75°
51°58'
62°13'
9/10
22
58
0.8
0.25
2–3/16
55.6
10.9
310
EW–63II
E–58U
LP814
45
36
AFD
75°
51°58'
62°13'
5/5
22
52
1.0
0.3
1–11/16
42.5
6.5
185
EW–65II
E–52
LP1011
56
45
Ultrasonic
63°
42°36'
51°32'
9/11
22
72
0.98
0.3
3–2/5
86.0
1.3 lbs.
580
EW–78C
E–72U
LP1214
56
45
AFD
63°
42°36'
51°32'
5/7
22
52
0.8
0.25
1–11/16
42.5
7.4
210
EW–65II
E–52
LP1011
EF 15mm f/2.8 Fisheye †
EF 24mm f/2.8
• EF 28mm f/1.8 USM
EF 28mm f/2.8
• EF 35mm f/1.4L USM
EF 35mm f/2
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EF LENSES
The Finest Accessories for Your Lenses.
To enhance the stellar features of the EF Lens system, there are a number of accessories
designed to perform perfectly with your system. Canon offers cases to help protect
your lenses, hoods and filters to help control glare, and a number of adapters to
further expand the possibilities of your EF Lenses and your EOS System.
Softmat Filters
Extension Tubes
Close-up Lenses
Gelatin Filter Hoods IV
Extension Tube EF 25 II & EF 12 II
These close-up accessories are placed between
the camera body and lens to help enable highmagnification photography. Eight electronic contact
points allow communication between the camera
and lens to continue as usual. The magnification
differs according to the lens, but for standard
zoom lenses it is about 0.3x to 0.5x for the EF
12 and 0.7x or more for the EF 25. By using both
tubes effectively, the choice of magnifications
can be greatly extended. However, for best
results, manual focusing is recommended.
Without Softmat Filter
Haze (UV-1)
Haze (UV-1)
Lens Cases
The Haze (UV-1) filter absorbs ultraviolet light
and is most effective on sunny days for cutting
haze out of the shot.
Type
Screw-in
With Close-up Lens
250D
Available Sizes
67mm, 72mm, 77mm, 82mm
500D
500
Close-up Lens 250D/500D/500
52mm Drop-in
Screw Filter Holder 52WII
Lens Hoods
Lens Cases and Lens Hoods
These functional, rugged cases are indispensable
to help protect lenses. Lens hoods help prevent
unwanted glare from affecting your photographs.
Drop-in Screw Filter Holder
A holder for screw-type filters, for use with
rear-mounted drop-in filters.
Type
Drop-in
Available Sizes
48mm, 52mm. Includes clear filter. For super-telephoto
lenses. Current IS Super-teles—52mm. Previous super-teles
without IS—48mm.
The 250D/500D series incorporates doubleelement achromatic design for maximum optical
performance. These screw-in lenses are used to
provide a shorter minimum focusing distance
with no loss of light. Each lens is optimized for
a particular focal length. Manual focus is recommended with these lenses.
Type
Screw-in
Available Sizes
500D/500: 52mm, 72mm, 77mm. Optimized for lenses
70 thru 300mm.
250D: 52mm, 58mm. Optimized for lenses 50 thru 135mm.
Polarizing Filters
Screw-in
52mm Drop-in
Circular Polarizing
Filter PL-C 52WII
Loupes
Use a Softmat Filter for a soft effect.
Softmat No. 1
Softmat No. 1 & No. 2
Extender EF Specifications
EF Lens Attachment
Circular Polarizing Filter PL-CB/PL-C
Not using Circular PL Filter
Using Circular PL Filter emphasizes the blue of the sky.
Polarizing filters enhance picture quality by
blocking harmful reflected light. Use it to reduce
light reflections from glass and water surfaces or
to improve color saturation. Simple to use,
these filters polarize light circularly, rather
than linearly, so they do not interfere with
autofocus or TTL light metering.
DROP-IN — For use with lenses using rear-mounted
drop-in filters, this polarizing filter can be rotated
from the outside without removing the holder
from the lens, helping enable precise control.
Type
Screw-in
Drop-in
Not using Circular PL Filter
48
Using Circular PL Filter suppresses the reflection from the
surface of the leaves and the surface of the water.
Available Sizes
52mm, 58mm, 67mm, 72mm, 77mm, 82mm
48mm, 52mm. For super-telephoto lenses. Current IS Superteles—52mm. Previous super-teles without IS—48mm.
Designed for viewing 35mm film frames at high
magnifications, these loupes use a high-performance lens system that help to eliminate all
aberration and distortion. They offer diopter
adjustment of -4 to +1 dpt, and include an eyecup,
hood and case.
EF 135mm f/2L USM
EF 180mm f/3.5L Macro USM
EF 200mm f/2.8L II USM
EF 200mm f/2L IS USM
EF 300mm f/2.8L IS II USM
EF 300mm f/2.8L IS USM
EF 300mm f/4L IS USM
EF 400mm f/2.8L IS II USM
EF 400mm f/2.8L IS USM
EF 400mm f/4 DO IS USM
EF 400mm f/5.6L USM
EF 500mm f/4L IS USM
EF 500mm f/4L IS II USM
EF 600mm f/4L IS USM
EF 600mm f/4L IS II USM
EF 800mm f/5.6L IS USM
EF 1200mm f/5.6L USM
EF 70-200mm f/2.8L IS II USM
EF 70-200mm f/2.8L USM
EF 70-200mm f/4L IS USM / USM
EF 100-400mm f/4.5-5.6L IS USM
35mm
189
252
280
280
420
420
420
560
560
560
560
700
700
840
840
1,120
1,680
98–280
98–280
98–280
140–560
APS-H
246
328
364
364
546
546
546
728
728
728
728
910
910
1,092
1,092
1,456
2,184
127–364
127–364
127–364
182–728
APS-C
302
403
448
448
672
672
672
896
896
896
896
1,120
1,120
1,344
1,344
1,792
2,688
157–448
157–448
157–448
224–896
f-stop (f)
2.5–45
4.5–45
2.5–32
2.8–45
4–45
4–45
5.6–45
4–45
4–45
5.6–45
8–45
5.6–64
5.6–45
5.6–64
5.6–45
8–45
8–45
4–45
4–45
5.6–45
6.7–54
Gelatin Filter
Holder Adapter III
Gelatin Filter Holder System
This convenient holder system allows the use of
commercially available square filters without the
need for cutting. The holder attaches to the lens
through an adapter that fits the filter diameter.
A special hood is available for use with the system.
Use with 3-inch square type III and 4-inch square
type IV gelatin filters. Gelatin filters can be used
with most EF lenses.
Gelatin Filter Holder III & IV
Type
Available Sizes
Screw-in
Holder for 3-inch square (III) or 4-inch (IV) gelatin filters.
Up to three gelatin filters can be
placed in these holders. To use, insert a
cut piece of gelatin film between the
holder’s filter frame and pressure 52mm Drop-in
Gelatin Filter Holder 52WII
clip, and screw on to the lens.
Type
Drop-in
with Extender EF 1.4x III attached
Apparent Focal Length (mm)
Gelatin Filter Holder III
Drop-in Gelatin Filter Holder II
Loupe 4x
Available Sizes
52mm, 58mm
Gelatin Filter Hoods III
Gelatin Filter Holder Adapter III & IV
Type
Available Sizes
Screw-in
III: 52mm, 58mm, 67mm, 72mm, 77mm.
IV: 58mm, 67mm, 72mm, 77mm.
Loupe 4x
Type
Screw-in
Gelatin Filter
Holder Adapter IV
Gelatin Filter Holder Hoods III & IV
Type
Available Sizes
Screw-in
Lens shades which attach to holder can be stacked with
telephoto lenses.
Softmat No. 2
Softmat filters mildly soften the focus for flattering
portraits and dreamy landscapes. These filters
utilize the effect of diffraction, which occurs
between light passing through the transparent
part and light passing through the coated part.
Use Softmat No. 1 filter for a gentle soft focus
effect, and Softmat No. 2 for a stronger effect.
Gelatin Filter Holder IV
EF 12 II
EF 25 II
General Purpose
Available Sizes
See EF Lens Specifications.
Gelatin Filter Holders
Available Sizes
48mm, 52mm. For super-telephoto lenses. Current IS Superteles—52mm. Previous super-teles without IS—48mm.
with Extender EF 2x III attached
Maximum
Magnification
0.27
1.4
0.22
0.18
0.15
0.15
0.33
0.22
0.22
0.17
0.18
0.17
0.21
0.17
0.21
0.2
0.12
0.22
0.22
0.29
0.28
Apparent Focal Length (mm)
AF
*2
*3
*5
*3*4
35mm
270
360
400
400
600
600
600
800
800
800
800
1,000
1,000
1,200
1,200
1,600
2,400
140–400
140–400
140–400
200–800
APS-H
351
468
520
520
780
780
780
1,040
1,040
1,040
1,040
1,300
1,300
1,560
1,560
2,080
3,120
182–520
182–520
182–520
260–1,120
APS-C
432
576
640
640
960
960
960
1,280
1,280
1,280
1,280
1,600
1,600
1,920
1,920
2,560
3,840
224–640
224–640
224–640
320–1,280
f-stop (f)
Maximum
Magnification
4–64
6.7–64
5.6–64
4–64
5.6–64
5.6–64
8–64
5.6–64
5.6–64
8–64
11–64
8–90
8–64
8–90
8–64
11–64
11–64
5.6–64
5.6–64
8–64
9.5–76
0.38
2.00
0.32
0.24
0.28
0.28
0.47
0.31
0.31
0.24
0.27
0.27
0.31
0.27
0.30
0.28
0.27
0.44
0.44
0.42
0.40
AF
*5
*3*4
*3*4
*3*4
*2
*3*4
*2
*5
*3
*4
For Best Results with Your Canon EOS Camera Use Original Canon EF Lenses.
Each EOS camera body and each EF Lens has its own built-in microcomputer. These microcomputers store a range of special data to ensure the smooth operation of bodies and EF lenses which support two-way digital
communications between each part to allow exchange of information. Since the EOS System’s market launch in 1987, functions have been added and improved on a continuing basis, such as Optical Image Stabilizer to
some lenses, speeding up the AF function, increasing the number of focusing points, and the addition of the Eye Controlled Focus™ Function. As the system’s range of functions has evolved, the nature of the basic
system of communications between lens and body has evolved as well, ensuring that complete compatibility is maintained. This process of evolution will continue in the future with the addition of more new specifications,
resulting in still further gains in reliability. Accordingly, in order to realize the maximum performance of the EOS System and thereby achieve among the highest possible photographic
quality, we recommend that you use Canon EF lenses and Canon brand accessories, since they are designed and manufactured to match the special qualities of your EOS camera.
*1 If the lens is attached to an EOS camera, having multiple focusing points and an Extender is attached to the lens, only the
center focusing point will be useable for AF. *2 The autofocusing range is from 2.6 feet/0.8m to infinity. *3 With the EOS-1Ds
Mark III, EOS-1Ds Mark II, EOS-1D Mark III, EOS-1D Mark II, EOS-1Ds, EOS-1D, EOS-1v and EOS-3, AF is possible with the
center focusing point only. *4 The Image Stabilizer does not operate with the following cameras: EOS650, 630, 620, 600, RT,
700, 750, 850, EOS-1, A2, A2E, 10s, ELAN, Rebel, Rebel S, Rebel II and Rebel SII. *5 With the EOS-1Ds Mark II, EOS-1Ds,
EOS-1D Mark II N, EOS-1D Mark II, EOS-1D, EOS-1v, EOS –1v HS and EOS-3, AF is possible with the center focusing point only.
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SPEEDLITES
SLR Compatibility
Camera Model
EOS-1D X
EOS-1Ds Mark III
EOS-1D Mark IV
EOS 5D Mark II
EOS 7D
EOS 60D
EOS 50D
EOS 40D
EOS 30D
EOS Rebel T3i / T3 / T2i / T1i / XSi / XS
EOS Digital Rebel XTi / XT
EOS-1v / EOS-3
EOS ELAN 7ne
EOS Rebel T2 / T2 Date
EOS Rebel K2 / K2 Date
E-TTL
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
Yes
Yes
No
Yes
E-TTL II
Yes†
Yes†
Yes†
Yes†
Yes†
Yes†
Yes†
Yes†
Yes†
Yes†
Yes†
No
Yes
Yes
No
A-TTL
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
TTL
Yes†††
No
No
No
No
Yes†††
Yes†††
Yes†††
A-TTL / TTL
Not Possible
Not Possible
Not Possible
Not Possible
Not Possible
Not Possible
Not Possible
Not Possible
Not Possible
Not Possible
Not Possible
4-point / 3-zone
4-point / 3-zone
Not Possible
4-point / 3-zone
Speedlite Compatibility
580EX II
430EX II
320EX
270EX II
270EX II
220EX
MR-14EX
MT-24EX
E-TTL / E-TTL II
Yes††
Yes††
Yes††
Yes††
Yes††
Yes††
Yes††
Yes††
Manual
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
No
No
Yes
Yes
† Not Linked to AF point. †† Requires EOS body that supports E-TTL and E-TTL
II respectively. ††† Defaults to TTL in all conditions except direct flash in the
camera’s Program mode.
For example, with the EOS-1D Mark IV, the ambient
light is first measured using the camera’s 63-zone
metering when the shutter button is pressed.
Next, a preflash is fired and the metering sensor
takes readings. The ambient and preflash readings
are compared. The metering areas having small
differences are selected as the main flash exposure
areas. Areas with large discrepancies between
ambient and preflash readings are excluded or
down-weighted because they are assumed to
contain a highly reflective subject, or the subject
is not in that part of the frame—an assumption
validated by distance information. The algorithm
thus helps avoid chronic underexposure problems
in such situations. These readings are weighted,
averaged, and compared with the ambient light
reading and the main flash output is then set
and stored in memory.
SPEEDLITE TECHNOLOGY
Integral to the EOS System, Canon Speedlites
are the ideal flash source for EOS SLR cameras.
They are technologically advanced to provide
perfect exposure and illumination with just
about any subj­­­­­­ect, yet operation is remarkably
simple. Whether you’re an amateur or an
expert, Canon Speedlites make it easy to
obtain professional results.
Sophisticated Flash Control Modes
E-TTL—In E-TTL (Evaluative Through-The-Lens) flash
exposure control mode, meter readings are taken
through the lens, but not off the focal plane. Using
a preflash fired after the shutter button has been
fully depressed—but before the camera’s reflex
mirror goes up—E-TTL uses the camera’s Evaluative
metering sensor to compare the ambient light
values with the light reflected from the subject
by the preflash. The camera then calculates and
stores the flash output required for optimum
exposure of the main subject (as identified by
the AF point) and the background. E-TTL requires
the use of EX-series dedicated Speedlites
such as the 580EX II, 430EX II, 320EX, 270EX II,
MT-24EX, or MR-14EX in combination with a
compatible camera.
E-TTL II—Available on Canon’s EOS DSLR cameras,
E-TTL II incorporates distance information from
compatible EF lenses (see page 34 for details)
for more versatile flash exposure control. E-TTL II
minimizes underexposure that can occur with
straight reflections by ignoring sensor areas that
report abnormally high levels. This feature is
useful when shooting a subject with a highly
reflective object in the background, or if the
subject itself is highly reflective. In addition,
because distance information is used in calculating the flash output level, E-TTL II prevents
overexposure when photographers lock focus
and recompose.
The E-TTL II, in effect, captures the subject as a
“plane” and not as a “point.” As a result, EOS
SLR cameras can help deliver consistent flash
exposures even if the subject contains various
colors and levels of reflection. The camera also
allows the user to select an averaged metering
pattern through custom function settings.
reading of flash and ambient lighting data for up
to 16 seconds. This provides enough time to not
only recompose the shot, but also alter the ambient
light exposure for maximum creative control. FE
Lock is extremely useful when you wish to recompose after focus lock or to place the main subject
in a part of the frame not covered by one of the
focusing points. It can also eliminate potential
exposure errors caused by unwanted reflections
from surfaces like windows or mirrors.
Adjusting Ambient Exposure in FE Lock**—After
preflashing the subject with the FE Lock button,
ambient exposure can be adjusted by turning the
Quick Control Dial. The ambient exposure level is
displayed on the exposure level scale in the
viewfinder and on the external LCD panel.
FP Mode***
FP (focal-plane) flash, or High-speed Sync, enables
E-TTL and E-TTL II compatible cameras equipped with
an EX-series Speedlite to synchronize flash at shutter
speeds faster than the camera’s normal maximum
sync speed. Even in bright daylight, for example,
a fast lens can be used at a wide aperture to reduce
depth-of-field and emphasize the subject. FP flash
can be combined with E-TTL, E-TTL II, or FE Lock,
and is available in all AE modes plus Manual.
Flash Exposure Compensation****
This setting adjusts flash output without changing
the shutter speed or aperture. It’s a particularly
effective way to fine-tune the balance between
foreground and background exposure for fill flash
shots, but it can also be used to compensate for
extremely bright or dark tones in the subject.
Second-Curtain Sync
Instead of firing the instant the shutter opens,
Second-Curtain Sync fires the flash at the end of
the exposure, allowing streaks of light to flow
naturally behind a moving subject. This creative
flash mode is most effective with slower shutter
speeds and subjects with light sources, such as
the headlights of a moving car.
Stroboscopic Flash
Stroboscopic flash is a series of flashes fired in
rapid succession during a single exposure. With
stroboscopic flash, multiple images of a moving
subject appear in the photograph. Using this
mode, you can analyze a golf swing or record the
shattering of a windowpane. (Available with
Speedlite 580EX II, Macro Ring Lite MR-14EX,
Macro Twin Lite MT-24EX, and the built-in flash
of the EOS 7D).
LED Light
In a first for Canon
Speedlite flashes, the
320EX features a
bright, built-in LED light
for illumination when
shooting video or for
use as a modelling light. With fully charged
AA batteries, the LED light can last for up to
four hours of continuous use.
TTL*—TTL (Through-The-Lens) is the standard
flash exposure control mode used by the built-in
flash units that come with some 35mm EOS film
cameras. Unlike E-TTL or E-TTL II, TTL reads flash
illumination reflected from the film during the
exposure. When the camera is set to Program AE
mode, TTL flash sets an aperture based on the
ambient light level.
Flash Release Function
Flash Exposure Lock (FE Lock)
FE Lock adds Auto Exposure lock and Spot metering
functions when shooting with EX-series Speedlites
and E-TTL compatible EOS cameras. The EX-series
Speedlite’s preflash fires when the camera’s AE
Lock button is depressed, storing a Spot meter
High-Speed Sync — EF 135mm f/2.0L USM lens •f/2 •1/750 sec.
Taken with MT-24EX and EOS-1v HS
Select Speedlite models include a convenient
feature that enables photographers to release
the camera shutter from the remote flash wirelessly with a 2-second delay. With EOS DSLR
cameras that provide a master function with
remote reception mode, this feature makes it
possible to reposition the flash with complete
freedom – even out of the camera’s line-of-sight
and at some distance from the camera.
*ATTL and TTL are not compatible with DSLR cameras. See lens chart for a listing of lenses that supply distance information. **Ambient exposure cannot be adju
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