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An Affordable SLR for Demanding Photographers
A remarkable combination of imaging performance, high-speed shooting capability, advanced
features and a compact smooth-handling design, the EOS 50D answers the call for a wide
range of photographers, including professionals and serious enthusiasts. It features an
APS-C size 15.1 Megapixel Canon CMOS sensor for spectacular image capture and an
advanced DIGIC 4 Image Processor for refined performance and capabilities. It delivers
outstanding, low-noise images, even at higher ISO settings. With a superb 3.0-inch Clear
View LCD monitor (920,000 dots/VGA), expanded Live View shooting capabilities, plus an
array of automatic image enhancement technologies, the EOS 50D is a stellar DSLR, ready
to deliver imaging excellence as a primary camera or a backup body.
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Hanson
Fong
Lewis
Kemper
Douglas
Kirkland
Explorer of Light
Explorer of Light
Explorer of Light
Putting the System to
Work
Hanson Fong is recognized as
one of the premier wedding photographers in the industry today.
His work has been displayed in
prestigious venues, such as the
International Photography Hall of
Fame and the Epcot Center. He
has lectured at every major
school of photography across
America and his work has received
high critical acclaim throughout
the world. The tremendous versatility and solid dependability of
the EOS System make it Fong’s
professional workhorse.
Dependability in the Field
Lewis Kemper is a renowned outdoor photographer whose work is
ubiquitous. His images have
been seen in editorial and commercial usage in over 16 different
countries and in print media
ranging from national ads to
book covers. Kemper is currently
a contributing editor and columnist for Outdoor Photographer
and PC Photo. For demanding
outdoor shooting, EOS is Kemper’s
“go to” system for reduced size
and weight without sacrificing
professional features.
Tools for the Professional’s
Travel Bag
Douglas Kirkland worked for Look
and Life magazines during the ’60s
and ’70s — the “golden age” of
photojournalism. A highly
respected fashion and celebrity
photographer, Kirkland has
worked on the sets of over one
hundred motion pictures, making
him one of the most sought-after
entertainment industry photographers. With so much travel in his
schedule, he relies on the EOS
System to deliver lightweight,
professional solutions.
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Ready to Take on
the Toughest
Assignments
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Dependable Autofocus,
Even in Low Light
The EOS 50D features outstanding
autofocus performance, employing nine
cross-type AF points to lock onto subjects, even if they are not
centered in the composition. The center AF points are an
advanced, diagonally mounted cross-type that enhances vertical and horizontal sensitivity at the widest lens apertures.
They assure standout available light autofocus performance
in a greater number of low-light shooting situations. 123
EOS 50D AF Sensor
Improved Low-Noise Performance
Eye-popping image quality is also assured by
an improved noise reduction system, which
can be used for long exposures and high-ISO
shooting. The DIGIC 4 Image Processor has significantly
improved noise reduction effectiveness, greatly reducing
compromise in image detail when noise reduction is applied.
With the EOS 50D, you can also select all but the strongest
noise reduction setting without adversely affecting the
maximum burst shooting speed in continuous mode. 123
Outstanding Image Quality
©2009 Hanson Fong. All Rights Reserved.
The Canon 15.1 Megapixel CMOS sensor, the DIGIC 4
Image Processor and other advanced technologies, such
as 14-bit A/D conversion, deliver high-quality image
capture. The photographs you shoot with the EOS 50D
will stand out for their extraordinary detail, color and
dynamic range. The photodiode design in the EOS 50D
CMOS sensor also ensures sublime low-noise performance
when shooting at higher ISO settings. 123
n my world of wedding photography,
you only have one
chance. A professional
camera must be
rugged,
lightweight,
fast and
able to
produce the imagery
with the quality my
clients expect. The
EOS 50D fits that
profile with a large
3.0-inch screen and
high-tech 15.1
Megapixel Canon
CMOS sensor.”
I
Better Flash Illumination
The Canon E-TTL II flash exposure control system compares
light values and accurately calculates the flash output
required for optimum illumination of the main subject
and background. It ensures balanced, natural lighting, for
example, when using fill flash. When you use Canon
EX-series Speedlite flashes with the EOS 50D, you have
at your disposal a world class flash lighting system.
Heavy-Duty but Light Around Your Neck
The EOS 50D is the perfect camera for assignments that
require a light, nimble SLR body capable of quality image
capture. The compact design of the 50D features top,
front and rear covers made of magnesium alloy, known
for its outstanding strength and light weight. The body’s
basic chassis is constructed of stainless steel for rugged
durability. The EOS 50D also incorporates a high-performance shutter tested and rated to operate reliably
over 100,000 cycles.
Hanson Fong
Explorer of Light
HDMI Output
The EOS 50D provides HDMI output, which enables the
transmission of images captured by the camera to a High
Definition television monitor for group viewing.
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Unsurpassed Image
Quality and
Dependability
High-Resolution Capture
The EOS 50D incorporates a Canon 15.1
Megapixel APS-C size CMOS sensor that
delivers images of superlative quality.
Captured images exhibit exceptionally low noise and are
unsurpassed in clarity, detail and color purity. Moreover,
the high-resolution detail ensures a wide range of possible
photographic applications as well as expanding postproduction enlargement and cropping options. 123
Dependable, Durable
Camera
The top, front and rear
covers of the EOS 50D
body are made of magnesium alloy, known for its outstanding strength and light
weight. The body’s basic chassis is constructed of stainless steel for steadfast durability. The 50D also incorporates a high-performance shutter tested and rated to
operate reliably over 100,000 cycles. 123
Exceptional Image Quality
The combination of the Canon 15.1 Megapixel CMOS sensor, the latest DIGIC 4 Image Processor and other advanced
technologies, such as 14-bit A/D conversion, ensures the
highest-quality image capture. Image detail, color and
dynamic range are impeccable. Plus, the EOS 50D maintains its superlative low-noise performance even when
shooting at higher ISO settings, enabling the use of faster
shutter speeds often needed in action photography. 123
High-Performance SLR Made to Travel
The compact, lightweight design of the EOS 50D makes it
the ideal DSLR for professionals who need to carry extra
camera bodies or shoot in high-activity situations. The
EOS 50D body is an especially good match for the ultracompact EF-S 18–200mm f/3.5–5.6 IS lens. This combination is perfect for “grab and go” shooting — light,
easy-handling, covering everything from ultra-wide to
super-telephoto — enabling you to capture superb
images in just about any situation imaginable.
3.0-inch Clear View LCD Monitor
A high-performance LCD monitor provides a large, detailed
image and informational display. The brilliant 3.0-inch
screen features approximately 920,000 dots/VGA with
enhanced brightness
to ensure easy viewing
ability even in bright
outdoor conditions.
The new high-resolution monitor complements the camera’s
expanded Live View shooting options, which give you
more alternatives to traditional through-the-viewfinder
image composition. The Live View Function with Face
Detection Live mode, for example, uses contrast AF to
detect the human face, assuring proper subject focus even
in the most challenging shooting situations. 124
“
f you want a compact lightweight
camera with a lot of
great features, you
can’t beat the EOS
50D. With
its ability
to render
beautiful
images at
high ISO, produce
smooth color transitions
with its 14-bit color
and the ability to hold
highlight detail with
the Highlight Tone
Priority, your images
will shine! I also love
the fast 6.3 frames per
second and buffer that
never seems to quit.
This camera would be
a welcome addition in
any camera bag! ”
I
Lewis
Kemper
Explorer of Light
©2009 Lewis Kemper. All Rights Reserved.
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Capture the Moment
with Clarity and Brilliance
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Performance Without the Weight Penalty
The EOS 50D proves good things can come in compact,
lightweight packages. If what you need is a light, nimble
SLR body with uncompromising performance and outstanding image capture quality, look no further than the
50D. It features top, front and rear covers made of magnesium alloy, known for its outstanding strength and
light weight.
Extraordinary Durability
and Solid Dependability
In addition to the magnesium
alloy covers, the EOS 50D
body features a basic chassis
constructed of stainless steel
for steadfast durability. The
50D also incorporates a high-performance shutter tested
and rated to operate reliably over 100,000 cycles. Part of
the EOS Integrated Cleaning System, the EOS 50D also
features a Canon self-cleaning sensor unit, which
removes dust using ultrasonic vibrations. 123
3.0-inch Clear View LCD Monitor
Actress Melissa George photographed by Douglas
Kirkland on August 14, 2008, in Perth, Australia,
for the 2009 Linneys jewelry advertising campaign.
©2009 Douglas Kirkland. All Rights Reserved.
The EOS 50D has a brilliant, high-resolution 3.0-inch LCD
monitor, featuring approximately 920,000 dots/VGA with
enhanced brightness to ensure eye-popping viewing
ability even outdoors on a sunny day. The large, highperformance screen provides detailed image and
information, displayed with unprecedented clarity and
color accuracy. 124
have never taken
any camera out of
the box and see it
perform so simply and
impeccably immediate
as the
EOS 50D.
I always
have high
expectations for Canon and
they never cease to
astonish me. It has
happened again with
this camera. Superb
image quality over
comparable models
and incredible value
for the price. In addition, it is lightweight,
easy to handle and is
quickly becoming my
close friend and
traveling companion.”
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APS-C Size CMOS Sensor (actual size)
Outstanding Image Quality
The powerful Canon 15.1 Megapixel CMOS sensor, the
advanced DIGIC 4 Image Processor, 14-bit A/D conversion and other advanced Canon technologies, assure
image capture of the highest quality. Your photographs
will be characterized by extraordinary detail, rich color
and expanded dynamic range. 123
Easier Access
to Advanced
Features
The Picture Style feature enables
photographers to select necessary
camera settings through preprogrammed presets. It enables you
to make optimal choices from among Picture Style – Portrait
the many camera parameters simply by selecting the
type of shooting. The EOS 50D provides six preset settings and three additional custom settings that you can
program with your own settings. 124
Douglas
Kirkland
Explorer of Light
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TECHNOLOGY
High-End Technology Without Compromise
Canon Innovation:
The Hallmark of All
EOS SLR Cameras
advanced features, such as Live View Function
with Face Detection AF, Auto Lighting Optimizer,
Lens Peripheral Illumination Correction and
expanded RAW capture options.
Highly Sensitive 15.1 Megapixel
CMOS Sensor
14.9 mm
Expanded ISO Range
22.3 mm
The advanced design of the Canon EOS 50D
CMOS sensor and DIGIC 4 Image Processor delivers a remarkably wide ISO range of 100–3200
in standard mode, selectable in 1/3-stop increments. In extended range mode, the high end
can be boosted to 6400 or 12800. The combined
low-noise performance of the CMOS sensor and
DIGIC4 Image Processor makes the higher ISO
settings usable in real-world shooting situations.
EOS 50D APS-C CMOS Sensor (actual size)
The EOS 50D CMOS sensor delivers a high
imaging resolution of approximately 15.1
effective megapixels. The recording area of the
sensor is 22.3 x 14.9mm (APS-C), which results
in a lens conversion (crop) factor of approximately
1.6 in relation to the traditional full-frame 35mm
film format. An innovative micro semiconductor manufacturing process has increased the
photodiode area and the photoelectric conversion rate, significantly improving noise performance, high ISO shooting capability and overall
dynamic range. Light gathering efficiency has
been improved through an improved fabrication process that eliminates gaps between the
microlenses. An enhanced high-speed data
acquisition system, which employs four channels per line, ensures faster image capture.
Advanced DIGIC 4 Image
Processor
Successive
generations
of Canon DIGIC technology have brought steady
improvement in processing speed and image
quality, providing the necessary power to deal
with the increased volume of data generated
by imaging sensors of ever-increasing pixel
dimensions. The DIGIC 4 Image Processor in
the EOS 50D incorporates the latest Canon
technologies, elevating imaging performance
to dizzying heights. Moreover, the DIGIC 4
Image Processor makes possible, an array of
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Multiple RAW Recording Options
The EOS 50D augments traditional RAW recording by providing three RAW capture modes. The
standard RAW mode fully utilizes the sensor
providing a 4752 x 3168 pixel (approximately
15.1 Megapixels) image. The sRAW1 and
sRAW2 modes capture at 3267 x 2178 (approx.
7.1 Megapixels) and 2376 x 1584 (approx. 3.8
Megapixels) pixels, respectively. The latter two
RAW recording options greatly enhance shooting
flexibility, enabling the photographer to select
pixel dimensions appropriate to the assignment
and reducing file sizes whenever possible to
streamline processing.
Outstanding Low-Noise Performance
Riveting image quality is also assured by an
improved noise reduction system. A Custom
Function can be used to select automatic
noise reduction with long exposures. Similarly,
a Custom Function allows the photographer to
fine-tune the degree to which noise reduction is
applied when shooting at high ISO settings.
The DIGIC 4 Image Processor has significantly
reduced chroma noise in shadow areas.
Moreover, all but the strongest noise reduction
setting can now be selected without adversely
affecting the maximum burst shooting speed
in continuous mode.
Rugged Construction
The EOS 50D is a durable, dependable camera.
The top, front and rear covers of the body are
made of magnesium alloy, known for its out-
standing strength and light weight. Furthermore,
by integrating the camera grip with the front
cover, Canon engineers achieved excellent body
rigidity. The body’s basic chassis is constructed
of stainless steel for exceptional durability and
long-term mechanical reliability.
CMOS sensor, and the world-class DIGIC 4
Image Processor combine to make the EOS 50D
a highly responsive, fast-handling camera.
Despite the increased data handling requirements
associated with 15.1 Megapixel image capture,
Innovative EOS
Integrated Cleaning
System
The Canon EOS Integrated
Cleaning System uses ultraSelf Cleaning
sonic vibration to remove
Sensor Unit
dust that settles on the sensor surface. This self-cleaning routine is automatically activated whenever the camera is
powered on or off, but can also be manually
activated by the user. Moreover, by shooting a
plain white subject, the photographer can
acquire dust delete data that are transmitted
along with the image (whether JPEG or RAW).
Canon Digital Photo Professional (DPP) software
can then be used to manually or automatically
erase the dust spots. The EOS 50D incorporates
the advanced Integrated Cleaning System that
features an ultrasonic vibration system and a
fluorine coating on the low-pass filter that
better resists dust adhesion.
Fast Continuous Shooting with
Precise Autofocus
Nine AF points make it easier to lock
onto subjects, even if they are not centered in the
composition. All AF points are of the cross type,
with a diagonally mounted cross-type sensor at
the center AF point that is sensitive to both
vertical and horizontal lines. This enhances
available light autofocus performance when using
lenses f/2.8 and faster. The EOS 50D autofocus
system also incorporates an advanced automatic
compensation system that virtually eliminates
the focusing errors that can occur with different
light sources. In addition, the EOS 50D provides
AF microadjustment capability via a Custom
Function. Microadjustment can be performed
globally (for all lenses) or individually for each
lens in a photographer’s arsenal. Up to 20 lenses
can be programmed for AF microadjustment.
The high-performance shutter assembly,
the fast autofocus system, the advanced
6.3 fps continuous
shooting
speed
the EOS 50D can shoot continuously at 6.3 fps.
It can also capture up to 60 consecutive fullresolution JPEG images when a traditional CF
card is used, and up to 90 JPEG images when a
UDMA CF card is used, or up to 16 RAW images
in a single continuous burst with either a CF or
UDMA CF card.
Picture Style Presets
The Canon Picture Style feature provides a
number of user-friendly presets that eliminate
the need to make numerous individual changes
to camera settings. They enable the photographer
to make optimal choices based simply on the
type of shooting. The EOS 50D provides six factory
preset styles (Standard, Portrait, Landscape,
Neutral, Faithful and Monochrome) and enables
the user to program three additional custom
presets. Modifiable parameters include sharpness,
contrast, color saturation, color tone, filter effect
and toning effect.
Auto Lighting Optimizer
The Auto Lighting Optimizer automatically adjusts
brightness and contrast during image processing.
This process can dramatically improve the tonal
qualities of an image, especially when shooting
conditions cause AE underexposure, flash
underexposure, low contrast, or back-lit scene
underexposure. It is automatically selected
when shooting with the EOS 50D in the Full
Auto or Creative Auto mode. In all other shooting
modes, the user can select standard, weak,
strong or no processing.
Lens Peripheral Illumination Correction
This powerful feature automatically corrects for
light fall-off at the four corners of an image
with many lenses. Since peripheral illumination characteristics vary for each lens, this corrective system relies on a registered database.
With JPEG images, the correction is performed
in-camera at the time of capture. With RAW
images, the correction can be performed postcapture using Canon DPP software. The EOS 50D
can store correction data for approximately 20
Canon lenses, and lens data can be added or
deleted using the EOS Utility.
Extended Live View
Function Capabilities
Live View Function allows the photographer to
compose and shoot using the rear LCD monitor. Live View Function settings can now be
accessed via a centralized function screen for
easier use. In Live View mode, the camera
uses Evaluative metering via the image sensor.
Most shooting options — such as drive mode,
ISO speed, Picture Style, white balance and AF
mode (see below) — can be selected while in
Live View mode.
There are three Live View AF modes. In Quick
mode, the AF sensor is used for phase-difference detection. One-Shot AF is automatically
selected, and the user can select an AF point
even while the Live View Function image is
displayed. When the AF Start button is pressed,
the mirror goes down, momentarily interrupting
the live display. After autofocus has executed,
the mirror flips up, and the Live View Function
image is restored. The Live mode uses the image
sensor to perform contrast-detection AF. The
Multi-controller can be used to select the AF
point within 63% of the picture area. The Face
Detection Live mode uses contrast AF to detect
the human face. If multiple faces are detected,
the face closer to the center and/or the larger
face is automatically selected as the AF point.
The photographer can use the Multi-controller
to select a different face for AF as desired.
3.0-inch Clear View LCD Monitor
A high-performance LCD monitor provides
large, detailed image and informational display.
The brilliant 3.0-inch Clear View LCD monitor
Auto Lighting Optimizer
Auto Lighting Optimizer
(Backlit Face Detect): Standard (Backlit Face Detect): Disable
features approximately 920,000 dots/VGA,
providing 100% image area coverage and a
wide viewing angle of 160° (both vertically
and horizontally). The color gamut is much
closer to the sRGB colorspace, ensuring more
tonally accurate, natural-looking, viewed
images. A new panel coating is more smudge
resistant and provides dependable anti-reflection properties.
Wireless File Transmitter WFT-E3A
Originally
designed for
use with the
EOS 40D camera, the WFTE3A is also
compatible
with the EOS
50D, providing
advanced
functions and
EOS 50D with Wireless File
Transmitter WFT-E3A
capabilities,
such as both wireless (802.11b or g) and wired
(100Mbps Ethernet) LAN connectivity. Its powerful transmitter with high-performance internal
antenna deliver extended wireless range — up
to 492 feet (150m)* from the computer or a
network access point. You can connect a compatible third-party GPS device via USB, enabling
location information to be added to each
image’s EXIF data. Or, you can connect a USB
v.2.0 hard drive to the transmitter for expanded
recording media options. The WFT-E3A integrates
perfectly with the EOS 50D body and provides
a second set of the most often used camera
controls for vertical shooting.
Comprehensive System Accessories
In addition to the impressive selection of Canon
EF lenses and Speedlite flashes, the EOS 50D
is fully compatible with all of the accessories
available for the EOS 40D. These include the
BG-E2N battery grip and the many power supply
options, including power adapters and couplers.
Also available for the EOS 50D are dedicated
data interface cables, dioptric adjustment
lenses, EF Series focusing screens and the
OSK-E3 Original Data Security Kit.
* With no obstructions between the transmitting and receiving
antennas, and no radio interference. With a large, high-performance antenna attached to the wireless LAN access point.
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The Perfect Complement to
Your EOS System
Advanced Lenses with OIS
The design brilliance and know-how
that goes into some of the world’s most
celebrated optics delivers the phenome-
With shared EOS technologies like Genuine Canon optics,
Optical Image Stabilizer, DIGIC Image Processor and a familiar
user interface, it’s easy to transition seamlessly between an
EOS SLR and a PowerShot compact camera. They’re the perfect
complement to each other.
nal lenses found in the S90 and G11.
With bright maximum apertures, fast lenses (f/2.0 on the
S90 and f/2.8 on the G11), Wide-Angle Zooms (28 –
105mm on the S90 and 28 – 140 on the G11) and the
lens-based Canon Optical Image Stabilizer, images are
guaranteed to be sharp and crisp with impressive contrast
and color fidelity no matter the subject.
DIGIC 4
The Canon DIGIC 4 Image Processor
iSAPS technology ensures that image
capture is completed quickly and easily,
©2009 VII Antonin Kratochvil. All Rights Reserved.
and that every image captured is as clear
and sharp as can be. More powerful processing makes the
recording of large, high resolution images faster and easier
than ever before, while iSAPS technology enables highspeed AF and high-precision exposure and color processing,
The Best and the Brightest
all in the blink on an eye.
The PowerShot G11 brings Canon EOS performance to a compact camera
that can shoot anywhere, anytime. Featuring the High Sensitivity System,
Enhanced Camera Operation
which combines a 10.0 Megapixel sensor with high ISO sensitivity, the Canon
Specialized features, like the 2.8-inch Vari-angle
DIGIC 4 Image Processor and a fast, 5x Optical f/2.8 Lens (28-140mm equivalent) with the
PureColor System LCD, found on the PowerShot G11, and
amazing Canon Optical Image Stabilizer; the PowerShot G11 is engineered to perform. It features
the control ring found on the PowerShot S90, bring a
a large, 2.8-inch Vari-angle PureColor System LCD with 461,000 dots, plus optical viewfinder. It
whole new level of customization to the photographic
offers the ultimate in creative control, with a range of shooting modes including RAW + JPEG, has an improved
process. With the G11’s Vari-angle PureColor System LCD,
Smart Auto function with 22 predefined shooting situation settings, is compatible with a number of optional
it’s simple to compose and shoot with the camera held
accessories, including Speedlites, lens adapters and a waterproof housing, and connects to an HDTV via HDMI.
The excellent perform-
high above the photographer’s head or at hip level,
With power to go, amazing automatic and manual functions, speed, flexibility and superlative Canon optics,
ance of the PowerShot
enhancing composition choices and making shooting pos-
the G11 is indeed the flagship PowerShot.
S90 and G11 is in no
sible in more situations. With the S90’s control ring,
small part thanks to
parameters like exposure, aperture, white balance, zoom
the new High Sensitivity
and more can be accessed and set with a simple twist.
High Sensitivity System
Pocketable Perfection
System from Canon.
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The combination of a
RAW Image Capture
The new PowerShot S90 from Canon puts SLR control and speed into a pocketable,
powerful 10
Both the PowerShot G11 and S90 offer RAW
take-anywhere gem of photographic excellence. It delivers phenomenal results in
Megapixel CCD sensor and the brilliant DIGIC 4 Image
image recording in addition to JPEG. Perfect for images
most any situation. It has the Canon High Sensitivity System — composed of a 10.0 Megapixel sensor
Processor, along with fast lenses (f/2.0 on the S90 and
that the photographer wishes to work with in post-produc-
designed for low-noise, high-ISO shooting up to ISO 12800 and the Canon DIGIC 4 Image Processor — and a
f/2.8 on the G11) and the Canon Optical Image Stabilizer,
tion, RAW files are the equivalent of digital negatives, in
bright f/2.0 3.8x Optical Zoom (28 – 105mm equivalent) with the Canon Optical Image Stabilizer. And the
ensure enhanced low light performance. It delivers lower
that only the image data is recorded. With RAW image
S90 delivers phenomenal performance thanks to its fast lens, a 3.0-inch PureColor System LCD for true to life
noise images even at higher ISOs, an increase in dynamic
files, the photographer can alter aspects like color bal-
color reproduction, its customizable control ring for easy access and operation of manual or other creative
range, less blurring, less use of flash and more confidence
ance, sharpness, saturation and more, infinite times in
shooting settings and its ability to shoot RAW + JPEG for the ultimate in creative control. All of this comes in
to shoot in dimly-lit situations.
post-production without image degradation.
a sleek, gorgeous and portable design tailored for the pockets of photographers everywhere.
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Film-Like Quality Projection
Taking LCOS to the Next Level
color level. All but the REALiS SX800 also feature a 6-Axis
Rarely satisfied and never complacent, count on Canon to
Color Adjustment function, meeting the needs of photography
develop a method for making LCOS technology even better.
professionals with demanding color requirements. Both
Image quality is optimized thanks to new optical elements
hue and saturation can be adjusted independent of RGB
that were incorporated into the illumination optical system,
and CMYK color axes.
enhancing the uniformity of light. Technically speaking, the
Polarizing Beam Splitters (PBS) in the color separation and
DICOM Simulation Image Mode
recombination system were designed for more precise light
The DICOM Simulation image mode simulates the results
control. What does this science mean to you? REALiS brings
of a device compliant with the Digital Imaging and
you a whole new standard in bright, beautiful, high-
Communications in Medicine
definition, high-contrast images. REALiS assures a captivated
(DICOM) Part 14 standardized
audience. REALiS assures confident presenters. REALiS
display function, for the display
brings you the next level in LCOS performance.
of grayscale images. When in
the DICOM Simulation image
Canon created the
REALiS line of multimedia projectors to
meet the exacting
demands of professional photographers.
REALiS projectors feature a patented Aspectual Illumination
System (AISYS), and LCOS (Liquid Crystal on Silicon) technology.
Incorporating sophisticated Canon optics and a high-accuracy
color management system, Canon REALiS projectors display
even the subtlest hues and color gradations, reproduced with
amazing clarity, resulting in true-to-life photography every time.
For accuracy, simplicity and the confidence of Canon-to-Canon,
there’s no substitute for REALiS.
Proprietary Color Management
mode, images such as X-rays,
All REALiS projectors feature Canon’s high-accuracy Color
CAT scans, and MRI's can be
Management System (CMS) which ensures accurate color
projected in a tone similar to
produced on your PC or MAC. The REALiS WUX10 Mark II
reproduction for an extended color space and compensates
the DICOM standard. While not
allows you to display images in high resolution WUXGA,
for color variances due to lighting differences. The
approved for medical diagnoses,
perfect for displaying photographs and high definition
advantage: true HD-quality color even in the toughest
this mode is ideal for medical
1080p video – with zero compression.
conditions. Precise control prevents the excess leakage of
educators who need to display large images to properly
light, producing rich, detailed gradations even in the
trained students, and to conduct lectures and conferences.
The LCOS Advantage
shadowed portions of
The DICOM Simulation image mode is included on all Mark
What is the LCOS technology advantage? Lattice-free,
images — recreating
II D projectors.
seamless images. LCOS produces
depth and dimension
exceptional color, intricate detail
with stunning drama
Photo Image Mode
and HD images that leap off the
and realism. The
The Photo image mode setting allows you to make precise
screen in breathtaking quality and
REALiS SX7 features
adjustments to the projector’s color temperature and color
integrity. REALiS LCOS projectors
Adobe RGB Color Match
level. Ambient light can cause changes in the accuracy of
minimize the "screen-door effect," creating detailed, color-rich
System. Proprietary color
the colors being projected. The Photo image mode allows
filters incorporated into
you to make adjustments to the projector based on
the AISYS optical system
the lighting condition of the room, to ensure optimum
images with text that is crisp and dark. The advantages of
LCOS are easy to see for both presenter and audience
Display High Resolution Images and Video
The REALiS SX7 series supports Adobe RGB
color space.
alike: photos with rich color, deep contrast, fine grain and
deliver exceptional accuracy and detail in both Adobe RGB
color accuracy. The Photo image mode is included on
sharp resolution. There’s no clearer choice than REALiS.
and sRGB modes. This is ideal for professional photography,
all Mark II projectors.
where color integrity is crucial.
Versatile Connectivity
The AISYS Optical System
Our proprietary AISYS optical system
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Fine Tune Image Adjustment Control
The REALiS SX80 includes a built
efficiently utilizes and equalizes light from
The REALiS WUX10
in USB port for seamless PC presentations and PictBridge
the projector lamp, thereby boosting the
Mark II and the SX80
camera compatibility, an HDMI terminal (Version 1.3 Deep
performance of both key functions:
Mark II both feature a
Color) for projection of high quality digital images and
brightness and contrast. AISYS, which
Photo image mode
1080p video, and a built-in network connection for
stands for Aspectual Illumination System, increases
setting, allowing you
remote network operation.
brightness and contrast together; one function never
to make precise adjust-
To match the increasing demand for wide screen, all
sacrifices the other. AISYS even allows us to produce a
REALiS projectors can display wide screen content
more compact unit, reducing unit weight and cost.
Fine tune adjustments to color can be made
with the 6-axis color adjustment function.
ments to the projector’s
color temperature and
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Projectors & Visualizers
REALiS Series – LCOS Projectors
With cutting-edge WUXGA high-definition resolution (1920 x 1200), the wide-screen
Offering 3000 lumens, the Canon REALiS SX80 Mark II D is equipped with an expanded
REALiS WUX10 Mark II D Multimedia Projector from Canon adds impact to any
display area of SXGA+ (1400 x 1050) high resolution and Canon AISYS-enhanced LCOS
presentation, having improved light efficiency, uniformity, and expanded color space
technology, expanding color space and producing amazingly accurate images.
for outstanding color reproduction that delivers razor-sharp image quality. Including
Featuring a new DICOM Simulation image mode setting, the REALiS SX80 Mark II D can be
proprietary Canon AISYS-enhanced LCOS technology, other features include 3200 lumens, a
calibrated to the DICOM14 standard. Other features include a built-in USB port for “PC Free” presentations and
1.5x zoom, full 10-bit image processing, a new DICOM Simulation Mode and versatile connectivity with an HDMI port (version 1.3 deep
PictBridge camera compatibility, an HDMI terminal (version 1.3 deep color) for projection of high-quality digital images and
color) that supports 1080p high-definition video. The REALiS WUX10 Mark II D additionally has a built-in network connection for
1080p video, and a built-in network connection.
remote network operation.
The REALiS SX80 Mark II is an affordable, high-performance SXGA+ (1400 x
The REALiS WUX10 Mark II is a high-performance WUXGA (1920 x 1200) resolution
1050) resolution projector using LCOS technology providing exceptional image
projector using LCOS technology, providing spectacular image quality, resolution
quality, resolution and color reproduction for corporate, educational, and
and color reproduction for end-users in corporate, educational and specialized
specialized fields. With 3000 lumens, an HDMI port (version 1.3 deep color) that
fields. This exceptional widescreen projector also features 3200 lumens, a powerful
supports high-definition 1080p content, a USB port that allows for “PC Free” presentations and PictBridge
1.5x zoom, full 10-bit image processing, a new Photo Image Mode for advanced color management and versatile connectivity
compatibility, and a new DICOM Simulation Mode, the SX80 Mark II is equipped with an expanded display area of SXGA+
with an HDMI port that supports 1080p high-definition content. The exclusive AISYS technology improves light efficiency,
(1400 x 1050) high resolution and Canon’s AISYS-enhanced LCOS technology, producing amazingly accurate images.
uniformity and expands color space for outstanding color reproduction, delivering razor-sharp image quality.
A truly affordable way to upgrade to a high-resolution LCOS projector, the SX800
The astounding color reproduction of the Canon REALiS SX7 Mark II D Multimedia
features advanced technology and SXGA+ resolution (1400 x 1050), creating
Projector ensures true-to-life high-definition images without blur. This powerful
spectacular, true-to-life, high-definition images that pop off the screen. With 3000
projector offers super-bright 4000 lumens, SXGA+ (1400 x 1050) high resolution,
lumens, the SX800 brings enriched color, clarity, and textural nuances to your presentations. Canon’s
an Adobe RGB Color Match System and a new DICOM Simulation Mode for displaying
proprietary AISYS-enhanced LCOS technology virtually eliminates the distracting “screen door” effect common with LCD units,
images with exact detail, perfect for corporate or medical applications. Highly
so intricate details and text as small as 7-point remain crisp and legible. The SX800 projector contains the technology
detailed images are reproduced with amazing color and contrast due to the projector’s 1.7x optical
and functionality you need for superior performance, as well as fast, easy, and quiet operation, at a reasonable price.
zoom lens and AISYS-enhanced LCOS technology for high-quality, gapless projection.
Visualizer
The Canon REALiS SX7 Mark II ensures true high-definition images and gorgeous
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color reproduction for your presentations. Native SXGA+ resolution (1400 x 1050),
The Canon RE-455X video visualizer combines image quality with the versatility and
an Adobe RGB Color Match System, and a new Photo Image Mode provide superior
flexibility you need to display a wide variety of documents, media, and even 3-D
reproduction of source text, graphics and moving images. Highly detailed images
objects. No matter what you need to show in the office or classroom, with XGA
are reproduced with amazing color and contrast thanks to the projector’s 1.7x opti-
(1024 x 768) resolution, 15 frames per second capture, a 12x zoom lens, twin
cal zoom lens. Ultra-bright 4000 lumens and a long-lasting AC lamp, combined with the Canon AISYS-
fluorescent lamps, RGB input and a variety of features, the RE-455X is easy to use and
enhanced LCOS optical system technology, provide high performance projection at all times, projecting seamless
easy to carry. You can even connect your PC and switch between the RGB input from your
images with no gaps between pixels.
computer and the image from the RE-455X for a single, seamless presentation.
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Professional Tools for HD Video Capture
Canon High Definition HDV video cameras reflect decades of Canon
leadership and know-how in the design and manufacture of
cameras and lenses for professional video and still photography.
You get not only outstanding HD image quality, but also
the operability, flexibility, reliability and connectivity that
professionals demand of their gear. Canon HD video cameras
deliver the technologies, performance and features that make
them serious tools for the capture of creative HD content.
They’ll help you get the job done with efficiency, excellence
and expression.
The DIGIC DV II HD processor is
optimized for HD video, operating
at 1440 x 1080 pixels with 4:2:2
Unique Customization Features
color sampling. A hybrid noise
The unmatched customization capability built into Canon
reduction system uses dual
processes to improve image clarity in monotone and
code requirements on the XH G1, while separate input and
HDV video cameras make them exceptionally versatile
shadow areas. Color reproduction is remarkably natural,
output terminals are available on the XL H1S.
and flexible. The customization features enable them to
be precision-tailored for different environments, different
especially in skin tone areas and with dark and light
scenes. A hybrid noise reduction system employs dual
High-Speed Zoom Mode and Manual Iris Ring
users and different jobs. Numerous image adjustments,
processes to ensure brilliantly clear HD images.
A High-Speed Zoom Mode provides superb response,
display options and custom function settings define the
enabling zoom speed control by how fast the zoom ring is
camera’s performance and operating characteristics.
SuperRange Optical Image
Stabilization
rotated. The Manual Iris Ring enables fine, smooth
Groups of these settings can be saved and exported to
HD image quality starts with optics, and
adjustment in 1/8th-stop increments. The combination of
other Canon HDV video cameras using an SD memory card
Canon professional HDV video cameras
The 20x HD video zoom lens on Canon HDV
the focus, zoom, and iris rings on the lens creates the
or Canon Console software. Organizations that use many
deliver the many benefits of Canon’s world-
video cameras incorporates proprietary
same “feel” as on manual broadcast lenses — a design
cameras can take advantage of this feature to easily set up
renowned lens technologies. Genuine Canon Professional
Canon SuperRange Optical Image Stabilizer technology,
preferred by professional users.
multiple units for uniform capture characteristics.
L-series video cameralenses
which further improves low-frequency vibration control by
incorporate fluorite and
using two detection methods (gyro and vector). The image at
ultra-low-dispersion
the CCD sensor is analyzed, providing additional feedback
elements, ensuring
to the prism for even greater compensation precision. The
outstanding resolution
result is highly reliable camera shake correction, even at
contrast and color reproduc-
long focal lengths.
Genuine Canon Zoom Lens
High Definition HDV
These video cameras combine industry-standard connections and terminals
not only with a wide range of image control settings and options, but also the
tion, and delivering a level of image quality throughout
advanced Genuine Canon 20x HD L-series Video Zoom Lens III. They also
the entire zoom range far better than conventional optics.
Canon Interchangeable XL Lens Mount
The standard 20x zoom covers an exceptionally wide and
The XL H1S and XL H1A video cameras feature the XL
useful range of focal lengths, assuring wide versatility for
mount system that offers the added range and flexibility
a vast range of shooting applications.
of interchangeable lenses. For example, the optional
feature an interchangeable lens mount compatible with 6 video lenses and
Canon EF lenses. Both HD video cameras have added an even higher level of
customization options and capabilities for demanding professionals.
XL H1S
Canon HD Video Lens 6x XL has a 3.4 to 20.4mm Wide-
XL H1A
Native 16:9, 3CCD Performance
Angle Zoom range, which gives
A sophisticated 3CCD design
you an extensive range of focal
High Definition HDV
employs separate native 16:9
lengths from 24.5 to 147mm (in
Smaller and light-weight, yet still maintaining superb Canon image quality,
sensors for each primary color.
equivalent 35mm full-frame film
The high pixel count — approxi-
format terms).
capability and performance that professionals require, these professional video
Extender
XL 1.6x
EF Adapter XL
mately 1.67 million pixels (1440
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cameras feature Genuine Canon 20x HD L-series Video Zoom Lenses, SuperRange
Optical Image Stabilizers and DIGIC DV II HD Image processors to create outstanding
x 1080) per sensor — ensures detailed HD capture (equal
Professional Interface Capabilities
to about 800 TV lines of horizontal resolution). Color is
The XL H1S and XH G1 camcorders are designed to meet
rendered with exceptional accuracy and wide dynamic
interface requirements in a variety professional shooting
range and virtually no color noise.
and production environments: HD-SDI (SMPTE 299M) or
1080 HD resolution images with functionality, flexibility and reliability.
XH G1S
XH A1S
SD-SDI (SMPTE 272M) output with 4:2:2 color sampling
High Definition Flash Memory Camcorder
DIGIC DV II HD Image Processor
and embedded audio and
The Canon VIXIA HF S21 records high definition video to a 64GB internal flash drive or directly
Engineered and manufactured exclusively
time code greatly reduces
to two removable SDHC memory cards. The Canon 1/2.6-inch 8.59-megapixel Full HD CMOS
by Canon, specifically for HD, the advanced
cabling complexity. A
Image Sensor and Canon DIGIC DV III Image Processor combine to provide stunning 1920 x
DIGIC DV II HD Image Processor uses propri-
Genlock input enables
1080 resolution in gorgeous color. Dynamic SuperRange OIS with Power IS technology,
etary algorithms and architectures to deliver optimal
multi-camera synchronization in live-switched environments.
3.5-inch High Resolution Touch Panel LCD and Smart Auto all unite to provide superb image
image quality at the blisteringly high operating speeds.
A switchable SMPTE input/output port accommodates time
quality and simple functionality to make your video everything it can be.
VIXIA HF21
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High Definition Evolved
is ideal for tracking a face in a
with which files can be transferred to
crowd. Additionally, DIGIC DV III
computers, CF cards represent a significant
works to minimize power
savings in cost. The XF305 and
consumption, resulting in
XF300 have two hot-swappable CF
longer battery life.
card slots, perfect for relay recording,
copying and backup.
MPEG-2 4:2:2 50Mbps Codec
The XF305 and XF300 incorporate Canon's new MPEG-2
4:2:2 50Mbps
High Definition Camcorder
codec (Canon XF
With a host of features previously reserved
for only the most advanced professional
cameras, the Canon XF305 and XF300 deliver
Full HD, 1920 x 1080 video simply, economically
and without compromise. Featuring MPEG-2 4:2:2 50Mbps
recording directly to low-cost Compact Flash cards, the XF305 and
XF300 are designed to operate seamlessly within established
industry workflows, quickly delivering outstanding image quality
for any application. Whether shooting news, documentaries,
weddings or events, on location or in studio, the XF305 and
XF300 raise the bar, offering outstanding reliability and intuitive
operation that one can only expect from Canon.
Genuine Canon 18x HD L-Series Lens
The XF305 and
XF300 feature a
stunning 18x HD L-Series
video lens designed to
capture every image with
superb clarity and capable of delivering 1,000 TV lines of
resolution. With a 35mm equivalent zoom range of
29.3 – 527.4mm, it’s perfect for everything from wide-angle
to extreme telephoto shooting. As with the famous Canon
EF L-Series camera lenses, this HD L-Series video lens uses
advanced optical design and technology.
Codec), capable of
detail and deep
High Definition Camcorder
The XF305 and XF300 are designed to produce video
files compatible with most production and broadcast
4:2:2
recording fine
environments. Industry standard MPEG-2 compression
Twice the color resolution of 4:2:0
means easy integration for broadcast, cable or satellite
color while
networks. Canon
maintaining
worked closely
compatibility with
Y
industry standard
B-Y(Pb)
Brightness
Signal
R-Y(Pr)
Color Difference Signals
workflows. Placing
both the XF305
and XF300 on the
with major nonlinear editing
(NLE) manufac-
50Mbps
Highest Recording Capability 50Mbps (CBR)
turers to ensure
maximum0
The Canon XF305 and XF300 feature a new SuperRange
high end of the
Optical Image Stabilizer (OIS) system featuring Dynamic
market in terms of
and Powered modes for optimal performance in the greatest
codec quality,
variety of situations. Powered mode suppresses the types of
these are the
vibrations most prevalent when shooting telephoto, while
camcorders to use
Dynamic mode is designed to provide extra compensation
when advanced
offers terminal
at wide angle focal lengths to eliminate vibration common
post-production
support for
when walking and shooting.
processing such as compositing, color correction or grading
HD-SDI output, genlock and time code, ideal for live
will be required. The XF305 and XF300 capture Full HD
broadcast applications, multi-camera shooting and
Three Native 1920 x 1080 CMOS Image Sensors
(Canon Engineered and Manufactured)
(1920 x 1080) at a maximum 50Mbps (Constant Bit Rate).
uncompressed Full HD output. With the XF305 and XF300,
4:2:2 color sampling offers twice the color resolution of
Canon has designed the ideal go-to camera for professional
The XF305 and XF300 feature three native 1920 x 1080
HDV and other 4:2:0 formats for robust, accurate color
productions, large or small.
CMOS image sensors that deliver outstanding, Full HD
detail. The XF305 and XF300 use Material Exchange Format
video recording with minimal noise. Plus, the 1/3-inch
(MXF). MXF, an internationally standardized file format,
Advanced Features
sensor enables a compact lens and body design, for
is designed to make the exchange of audio and video
The XF305 and XF300 feature a number of functions designed
greater mobility and quick shooting.
materials among NLE (Non-Linear Editing) systems simple.
specifically to make complicated shoots easier. Often found
The MXF format wraps video and audio with metadata in
as part of expensive external units, the XF305 and XF300
include a versatile waveform monitor and vectorscope.
The waveform monitor provides an objective and detailed
The lens incorporates High-Index-Ultra-Low Dispersion
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MPEG-2 Long-GOP
Smooth Integration With Production
Infrastructure
compatibility
MXF
Material Exchange Format
Essence
Metadata
and seamless
workflow with the
Canon XF Codec.
The XF305 also
(HI-UD), UD, and aspherical lens elements to capture
DIGIC DV III Image Processor
a single file, maintaining access to critical information
high-resolution video while minimizing chromatic aberration.
Designed specifically for Canon HD camcorders,
throughout the production process.
Precise and predictable lens operation is achieved with
the next generation DIGIC DV III Image Processor
mechanical end stops for both zoom and focus systems.
ensures natural, lifelike colors with excellent black
Compact Flash Card Recording
ensuring correct exposure. The vectorscope shows real-time
Additionally, the lens barrel includes distance indicators
reproduction. Tonal gradations and shadow detail are
The XF305 and XF300 record on easily available, non-
image hue and saturation analysis, key to achieving
for easily setting desired focus distance and moving
captured with remarkable accuracy. The DIGIC DV III Image
proprietary, and inexpensive CF cards. Besides their
accurate white balance and for making color balance changes
between focus points while recording.
Processor enables Genuine Canon Face Detection, which
rugged, solid-state construction and the speed and ease
on the fly.
analysis of overall image brightness and RGB components
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second for capturing sports and action. For PAL compatible
shooting, an optional upgrade for 50i and 25p recording
of the XF305 and XF300 to
The XF305 and XF300 are designed with
The XF305
is available through the Canon Factory Service Center.
the tastes and particulars of
numerous options to insure that the
the user, 28 different
camcorders meet the requirements of
functions are assignable to
professional workflows by connecting
13 buttons located on the
seamlessly with other production
camera. All custom menus
equipment. They are equipped with a
and settings can be saved
DC-In terminal, allowing connection to
onto an SD card, making it easy to share settings among
AC power and the hot swapping of
cameras or users, saving significant setup time when
batteries, XLR audio inputs for connection to professional
matching multiple cameras to a pre-set style or moving
audio devices, USB 2.0 Hi-Speed, HDMI out, AV out,
between cameras.
component video out, headphone jack, dedicated video 2
and XF300
For shoots when the action stops and starts, the XF305
feature a
and XF300 have a Pre-Record feature. With Pre-Record
bright and
activated, the camcorder constantly buffers approximately
sharp 1.23
three seconds of video into its memory. When the record
Megapixel
button is pressed, recording begins immediately and the
4.0-inch LCD
content of the camera’s buffer memory is added, ensuring
monitor with approxi-
that no important or unexpected action is missed. The
mately 100% field of view
coverage. The LCD flips both ways for viewing from the left
or right side of the camera and has an extra 35 degrees of
movement for increased operability, even in tight situations.
The XF305 and XF300 also offer a 0.52-inch, 1.55 Megapixel
color electronic viewfinder (EVF), a breakthrough in critical
Slow and Fast Motion mode allows the XF305 and XF300
to record a different frame rate than the playback frame
rate resulting in either a fast or slow motion effect during
extremely easy for the camera operator to check and
confirm critical focus. In addition, Canon’s exclusive Edge
shows the status of each focus check box. With this
dynamic focus feedback, the user can quickly tune focus
in a specific area, and move between focus points in a
scene with a whole new level of accuracy and speed.
Recording Modes and
Frame Rates
No matter the prescribed workflow, the XF305 and XF300 can
These are the first cameras in
Recording Mode
50Mbps
4:2:2
35Mbps
4:2:0
their class to shoot MPEG-2
4:2:2 files at 50Mbps (Constant
Bit Rate), 35Mbps (Variable Bit
Rate), for longer shooting
quality is maintained. In 1080p
Master
Black
Black
Gamma
2.5x the normal
rate and as slow as 1/2.5x. In 720p mode, fast motion is
Low Key
Saturation
supported up to 5x the normal rate and as slow as 1/1.25x.
25Mbps
4:2:0
1920
x
1080
1280
x
720
1920
x
1080
1280
x
720
1440
x
1080
Frame rate
60i
30P
24P
60P
30P
24P
60i
30P
24P
60P
30P
24P
60i
30P
24P
Optional 50i/25p upgrade
through Canon Factory Service
Center
times and 25Mbps (Constant
Normal 4
record a specified number of frames each time the camera
is triggered.
0 –> 31
Area
0 –> 31
Red
-50 –> +50
Y Level
0 –> 31
Green
-50 –> +50
Normal 1
Blue
-50 –> +50
Normal 2
Level
-50 –> +50
Range
-5 –> +50
Normal 4
Point
-1 –> +50
Cine 1
Enable
Gamma, Knee, Color Matrix Adjustment, Saturation,
720p mode is available at speeds up to 60 frames per
Sharpness, Master Black, Skin Tone and more.
tain compatibility with legacy Canon BP-900 series batteries maintaining the value of existing batteries many professionals already own.
-50 –> +50
Canon XF Utility
Off
R-B
-50 –> +50
Compatible for use on both Mac and Windows platforms,
On
G-R
-50 –> +50
Off
G-B
-50 –> +50
-35 –> +50
B-R
-50 –> +50
-50 –> +50
Level
-10 –> +50
G Gain
-50 –> +50
H.Detail Frequency
-8 –> +8
R Gain
-50 –> +50
HV Detail Balance
-8 –> +8
Limit
-50 –> +50
Select
0 –> +15
B
Gain 0 –> 9
A&B
White
Balance
Select Area
A Area Select
Slope 0 –> 3
Chroma 0~31
Area 0~31
Y Level 0~31
Color
Correction
Level -50 to +50
Level
-30 to +50
D-Ofst 0 to +50
Phase -18 to +18
Coring
D-Curve 0 to +8
Phase 0~31
A Area Revision
B Area Select
Chroma 0~31
Auto
Area 0~31
Off
Y Level 0~31
1 –> 8
B Area Revision
Off
Middle
Level
Setup
Level
Press
High
Hue
-16 –> +16
Chroma
0 –> 31
Area
0 –> 31
Y Level
0 –> 31
the process of managing and playing back clips. Additionally,
the software can manage lists of clips in a number of
display formats, add and edit metadata, and backup media.
A
Phase 0~31
Slope 0 –> 3
Level 0 –> 50
Low
Canon XF Utility software provides a simplified first step in
Off
D-Depth -4 to +4
Skin
Detail
level and battery wear. The XF305 and XF300 also main-
-18 –> +18
-50 –> +50
Effect Level
battery system provides detail about the remaining power
R-G
B-G
the shooter.
and multi-camera setups. A new Intelligent Lithium-Ion
Phase
B Gain
is intuitive, speedy and comfortable, no matter the style of
HDV content. In addition to shooting in Full HD mode,
-50 –> +50
50 –> 109
Noise Reduction
time code (in/out) terminals, essential for live broadcast
On
-50 –> +50
Offset 0 –> 50
control and display options ensure camera operation that
Custom Picture Settings make it simple to define the
Color
Matrix
Gain
-10 –> +10
enable the professional user to control and customize
Additionally, the XF305 adds HD-SDI, genlock and SMPTE
Cine 2
On
Off
Normal 3
Point
Detail Sharp
every facet of shooting. A vast range of image quality,
Select
Saturation
Sharpness
With extensive custom settings, the XF305 and XF300
0 –> 31
Chroma
Knee Aperture
Customization
High
Hue
-50 –> +50
Slope
animation, the XF305 and XF300 feature a frame record
• For just the right look, the XF305 and XF300 camcorder’s
Selective
NR
Middle
Master Pedestal
Auto
Knee
number of frames at pre-defined intervals. For stop-frame
Bit Rate) for compatibility with
Effect Level
Normal 3
Enable
For time-lapse applications, the XF305 and XF300 have an
Interval Recording mode that can be left to shoot a specified
Low
Level
function allowing the camcorder to be programmed to
Recording Mode
capture video at just the right
resolution, speed and bit rate.
Interval Recording
Off
Normal 2
Cine 2
Black
is supported up to
waveform monitor at the bottom of the LCD monitor and
for camera control with third-party controllers.
Normal 1
Cine 1
mode, fast motion
Monitor Focus Assist system displays a red and green
waveform shows overall focus while the red waveform
Gamma
maximum image
are available in standby and record mode, making it
three red focus check areas across the monitor. The green
out and a remote connection featuring full LANC support
modifying the playback rate, there is no quality loss due
to interpolation and
Extensive Connectivity
Custom Picture Settings
playback. Since the camera is recording real frames and
focusing. Two peaking modes and a magnification mode
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• To customize the operation
4.0-inch LCD Monitor, High Resolution EVF and
Advanced Focusing Features
100% Clip
On
Off
Level -50 to +50
Phase -18 to +18
-50 –> +50
On
Off
Refined Ergonomics and Durability for Easier
Operation
The XF305 and XF300
are designed from the
ground up to maximize
shooting comfort
and usability. The camcorders feature a redesigned layout
making them more intuitive than any that came before
them. New users and users switching from other products
will find the button layout, camera menu system and
camera controls familiar and easy to use out of the box.
The well balanced design allows the operator to comfortably control the camera and easily maintain a steady shot
while minimizing arm fatigue.
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Great Images Start with Great Lenses
For many professional photographers, Canon EF Series lenses
alone are reason enough to choose the EOS System. A venerable
blend of world-class optics, microelectronics, and precision
manufacturing technologies such as a new SWC (Subwavelength
Structure Coating) lens coating for better light transmission
and reduced flare, EF lenses are perfected in Canon’s laboratories and proven in the field. Whatever, whenever and wherever
you shoot, you can count on Canon EF lenses to deliver high
quality imaging performance.
Hybrid Image Stabilizer
Diffractive Optics
During normal shooting situations,
Innovative Canon diffractive
sudden camera movement in rota-
optics (DO) technology results in
tional camera angles can cause
significant image blur. During
Angle camera shake
(oscillating)
traditional refractive designs. Conventional glass lens
reductions while retaining strength and durability. They
macro or close-up photography
elements disperse incoming light, causing chromatic aber-
both feature flourite and UD lens
however, the image blur caused
ration. The Canon multilayer diffractive elements are con-
elements reducing chromatic
by linear camera shake — when
structed by bonding diffraction gratings to the surfaces of
aberration for outstanding optical
the camera moves parallel to
two or more lens elements. These elements are then com-
performance. They are also compati-
bined to form a single multilayer DO element. The DO ele-
ble with Extender EF 1.4x II and
the subject — is more pro-
Shift camera shake
Optical Image Stabilizer
nounced. Optical Image
ment’s dispersion characteristics are designed to cancel
Extender EF 2x II, for additional power
Canon’s Optical Image Stabilizer
Stabilizer (OIS) is optimized to
chromatic aberrations at various wavelengths when combined
and versatility.
technology makes handheld
counteract rotational or angular
with conventional glass optics. This results in outstanding
photography possible in more
camera shake and works well
reductions in “color fringing” — chromatic aberration —
low-light situations than ever before. When camera shake
for most camera shooting situa-
rivaling that of L-Series telephoto lenses. Canon DO technology
occurs using normal lenses without Optical Image
tions. To help compensate for linear camera shake, a new
is ideal for telephoto lens optics and makes possible
Stabilizer technology, the image projected on the image
acceleration sensor was required, the Hybrid Image
significant size reduction while maintaining superb optical
sensor also shakes, often resulting in blurred images at
Stabilizer.
performance.
slower shutter speeds. With Canon Image Stabilized lenses, a special group of lens elements automatically shifts
position, compensating for the movement and stabilizing
the image. This compensatory effect adds the equivalent
of up to 4-stops (depending upon the lens), expanding a
photographer’s handheld options dramatically.
Fisheye — Perfect for super wide-angle and special-effect
photography, Canon’s full-frame fisheye can focus
as close as 8 inches (0.2m), and delivers
exceptionally sharp images throughout its
focus range. Up to three gel filters can be
inserted into its built-in rear filter holder.
Canon Hybrid Image
Stabilizer technology,
Ultrasonic Motor
Macro — The EOS lens lineup has a number of options
found in the EF
Canon developed the world’s first
for true close-up and macro photography. With five
100mm f/2.8L Macro
lens-based Ultrasonic Motor (USM)
different macro lenses for precision, and three screw-on
Ring-type USM
close-up options for convenience — in addition to Life-Size
IS USM, employs a
to power the lens autofocus
highly sophisticated
mechanism. Instead of large noisy drive trains powered by
Converter EF and two Extension Tubes
conventional motors, Canon USM lenses drive the lens
— Canon EF Macro lenses and close-up
using the fine electronic vibrations created by piezoelectric
accessories can uncover detail that is
With Optical IS in the lens, Canon can equip each IS lens
algorithm combining
with the stabilizer it needs for effective shake correction.
the feedback of both
Other systems are limited by how far they can move an
the acceleration sensor and angular velocity sensor found
ceramic elements. The focusing action of the lens is fast
impossible for the unaided human eye
in current OIS technology. This combination moves the
and quiet, with virtually instantaneous stops and starts.
to detect.
image stabilizer lens elements, effectively compensating for
USM lenses also draw minimal power from the camera,
both rotational and linear camera shake. Hybrid IS dramati-
ensuring longer battery life. Canon makes two types of
Also, Optical IS
cally enhances the effects of Optical Image Stabilizer, espe-
Ultrasonic Motor lenses. Ring-type USM lenses, found in
can be seen
cially during macro shooting. The incorporation of Hybrid IS
large aperture and super-telephoto designs, permit manual
allows users to more effectively compensate for camera
focusing without first switching out of the Auto mode. Micro
viewfinder —
shake during close-up shooting, marking a significant
USM designs bring the performance benefits of Canon USM
impossible
improvement in macro photography for portrait, nature or
technology to a wide assortment of affordable EF lenses.
with some
wedding shoots.
image sensor, and as a result, their stabilization is less
effective as telephoto
lengths get longer.
right in the
Taken with EF 100mm f/2.8L Macro IS USM
with Hybrid Image Stabilizer
TS-E — Canon’s Tilt/Shift lenses bring many of the
advantages of technical view cameras to the EOS
System. Tilt movements alter the angle of the plane of
focus between the lens and film plane, allowing
precise control of depth-of-field even at large
apertures. Shift movements slide the lens’s
optical axis along the film/sensor plane,
enabling photographers to correct or alter per-
Specialty Lenses
other stabilizer systems.
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high-performance lenses that are more compact than
spective at almost any angle.
L-Series Lenses
Super Telephoto Lenses — Distinguished by their white
Highly regarded among professional photographers, Canon
color and seen at major sporting events around the world,
EF-S Lenses — Designed for Canon EOS Digital cameras
L-Series lenses are distinguished by a bold red ring around
the powerful EF Super Telephotos are ideal for getting up-
with APS-C sized sensors (with a 1.6x conversion factor),
the outer barrel. What makes them truly distinctive, howev-
close detail from afar. The latest additions to the EF Lenses
Canon EF-S lenses take advantage of the
er, is their remarkable optical performance — the result of
line-up, the EF 800mm f/5.6L IS USM and EF 200mm f/2L
sensor’s smaller size to deliver
sophisticated Canon technologies such as Ultra-low
IS USM feature dust and water resistance, Optical Image
optimized performance in compact,
Dispersion UD glass, fluorite and aspherical elements, and
Stabilizer technology for up to 4-stops of shake correction
lightweight designs.
Super Spectra Coating.
and magnesium alloy components for further weight
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Smarter Flash Photography
Integral to the EOS System, 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. They are also highly adaptable, providing
an endless variety of configurations and versatile shooting
options. For professional flash photography, rely on Canon
Speedlites to solve the most demanding lighting challenges.
Wireless Auto Flash
Control
Multiple Speedlites can
obtain lighting effects not
Through-The-Lens) flash
exposure control uses a
preflash fired after the
shutter button has been
fully depressed — but
before the camera’s reflex
mirror goes up. The camera’s Evaluative metering
sensor — the same sensor
that reads ambient light —
is used 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 and the background.
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E-TTL II additionally incorporates distance information
from compatible EF lenses for the most precise flash exposure control. For example, it ignores sensor areas that
report abnormally high levels, eliminating underexposure
that can otherwise be caused by straight reflections.
Correct flash exposure is ensured even 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 over-exposure when
photographers lock focus and recompose.
struction with extensive rubber
gaskets and seals.
• Metal flash “foot” with moving rub-
flash. While previous
ber cover for weather-resistance.
multiple-flash setups
• External flash sensor for non-TTL
wires to connect the camera and flashes, compatible
Canon E-TTL (Evaluative
• Durable, weather-resistant con-
possible with a single
required cumbersome
E-TTL II
Speedlite 580EX II
EOS Speedlites can be used as wireless Slaves. With a
Speedlite 580EX II or Speedlite Transmitter ST-E2 attached
to an EOS Digital SLR, an unlimited number of compatible
EX-Series Speedlites can operate as dedicated Slave
units. With nothing more than an EOS camera and a number of Speedlite flashes, the opportunities for creative
lighting are endless.
Macro Photography and Wireless Options
The Canon Speedlite flash system family includes versatile
solutions for macro photography requirements: The Macro
auto flash.
• PC socket for expanded off-camera
versatility.
• Recycling is about 20% faster than the original 580EX,
and quieter.
• Same powerful Guide Number (max. 190-feet) and 24mm
wide coverage (with 14mm wide panel) as the previous
580EX.
f/3.5L requires Macro Lite
Adapter 72C. EF 100mm,
with EOS-1Ds Mark III or EOS-1D Mark IV.
f/2.8L IS requires Macrolite
• Full compatibility with all EOS SLR cameras and certain
PowerShot models.
be varied over a six-stop range. One or more compatible
• Excellent build quality, including a
metal foot for added strength
with the MR-14EX. Incandescent focusing lamps and two
• Approx. 20% faster recycling time,
types of modeling flash are provided to enable preview of
compared to the previous 430EX.
lighting effects. The controller unit features an illuminated
• One-touch, quick-lock mechanism
full-information LCD panel and accepts optional hi-capacity
for easy attaching/detaching flash
battery packs.
from camera.
macro lighting. The two separate flash heads can be
swiveled around the lens and aimed independently. They can
even be removed from their holder and mounted off-camera.
Flash head output can also be independently adjusted with
easy ratio control over a six-stop range. Like the MR-14EX,
the Macro Twin Lite MT-24EX is fully E-TTL compatible with
all EOS SLR bodies. Wireless E-TTL flash control is possible
with one or more 580EX II, 580EX, 550EX, 430EX II, 430EX,
or 420EX Speedlites configured as slave units.
The Speedlite Transmitter ST-E2 is a dedicated controller
that can be used with an unlimited number of compatible
Speedlite slave flashes. The transmitter is effective over
Adapter 67).
• Ideal for close-up lighting with a directional “look.”
• Heads can be swiveled or bounced and can be removed
Speedlite 430EX II
and macro enthusiasts a different, directional option in
Macro lenses (EF 180mm
CP-E4 form a weather-resistant system when combined
Ring Lite MR-14EX features twin circular flash tubes that
The Macro Twin Lite MT-24EX gives serious close-up, nature
• Attaches to all Canon EF
• Off-Camera Shoe Cord OC-E3 and Compact Battery Pack
can be fired at equal or uneven power with a ratio that can
EX-Series Speedlites can be used as wireless slaves along
Macro Twin Lite MT-24EX
• Full flash control possible on camera menu, with compatible EOS Digital SLR cameras.
from mounting ring for added control.
• Powerful Guide Number of 78 (feet, at ISO 100), full
E-TTL control and E-TTL features including FEL, Hi-Speed
Sync and Flash Exposure Blacketing.
• Incandescent focusing lamps, and two different types of
1-second modeling flash allow easy focusing and previewing
of lighting effects.
Macro Ring Lite MR-14EX
• Twin-tube ring lite designed for
• Virtually silent flash recycle.
close-up photography with EF
• Zoom flash head covers range of 24-105mm; maximum
Macro lenses; Flash tubes can
guide number 141 ft./43m at ISO 100
fire together or independently.
• Compatible with all EOS bodies.
Speedlite Transmitter ST-E2
• Dedicated transmitter to control
unlimited number of Slave flashes.
• Speedlites 580EX II, 580EX,
550EX, 430EX II, 430EX and
420EX can be controlled.
• Supports E-TTL Wireless Autoflash in conjunction with
one or more compatible off-camera Slave Units.
• Incandescent focusing lamps and two forms of modeling
flash permit preview of lighting effects.
• Illuminated LCD panel for easy flash settings in any
lighting condition.
• Controls Slave units up to 33 ft. outdoors and 49.5 ft.
indoors.
• Ideal compact alternative for wireless E-TTL.
distances up to 33 ft. outdoors and 49.5 ft. indoors.
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The Power of Wireless Connectivity
As quickly as the digital SLR has become commonplace in the
hands of professional photographers and enthusiasts alike, so
too has wireless communication between the SLR and external
components. The EOS series has 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, Canon Wireless
Transmitters can connect and have two-way communication
with computers and handheld devices.
Canon Wireless
Transmitter Technology
Canon Wireless
Transmitters can, wirelessly
and quickly, connect to
Local Area Networks (LANs)
up to 500 feet and connect
and upload to FTP (File
Transfer Protocol) or dedicated WFT (Wireless File
Transfer) servers. In HTTP
mode, up to three separate
computers, anywhere in the
world, can access a camera’s
memory card with the WFT
using a standard web
browser (Microsoft Internet
Explorer™, Apple Safari™,
etc.). Images can be selected from the browser win©2009 Michel Tcherevkoff.
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dow and dragged onto a
computer’s desktop or to a
folder, which copies the full file to the computer. EOS
Media Server (DLNA)
posing and shooting and complete image transfer with a
Utility connectivity allows the photographer to connect a
Many Canon WFT devices are compatible with DLNA
direct wireless connection independent of a network or
single camera to a computer for advanced two-way commu-
(Digital Living Network Alliance) compliant devices. With a
Internet connection. Perfect for shooting wirelessly in
nication. WFT controllers can also connect through USB or
WFT attached, the Digital EOS can create a dedicated DLNA
remote locations and for dedicated, secure connections
Bluetooth to GPS units, and have coordinates, altitude and
media server, allowing numerous points of access to
within the studio, EOS Utility mode is a useful alternative
time code added to each image’s shooting (or EXIF) data.
images, instantaneously and wirelessly. This means that
to networked wireless shooting.
External hard drives can be attached for direct recording or
not only can media recorded on the EOS be uploaded wire-
backup. Plus, select WFT models can be used as remote
lessly to a computer; they can also be viewed through
Wireless File Transmitter WFT-E2 II A*
control receivers, allowing for wireless shooting and con-
DLNA compatible audio systems, televisions, Digital Video
Compatible with the EOS-1D Mark IV and the
trol, from a range of web-enabled handheld devices — even
Players, even networked media players.
EOS-1Ds Mark III (after a Firmware upgrade),
iPhones and the iPod Touch.
the compact new WFT-E2 II A connects directly
to the camera. It’s IIEE802.11 a/b/g compatible
Camera Linking
Wi-Fi & WPS
A new feature available on WFT
Connecting the camera to a network
transmitters, WFT-E2 II A*,
over Wi-Fi with a Wireless Protected
WFT-E4 II A and WFT-E5A, camera
for fast communication, and works with WPS
Slave camera
setups, the hyper-sophisticated Canon Camera
Setup (WPS) couldn’t be simpler. There are three ways to
linking makes it possible for up to
connect a WFT equipped EOS
10 cameras to shoot the same
with a Server: With a push
subject simultaneously, from dif-
Linking Function and enables WFT Server
Slave camera
Slave camera
Remote Live View shooting. It can be a dedicated Media
Server, plus has Bluetooth and USB built in for connections
Master camera
Arranging the slave cameras
to GPS units and more. Designed to mount directly to the
button configuration (PBC
ferent angles. Without a Wireless
Method), the photographer
Access Point, up to 10 cameras can be connected and set
integrity of all weather-resistant seals and the rugged dura-
selects WPS on the camera
up to take a shot the instant the shutter is released on the
bility of the camera while affording access to all the cam-
Master (main) camera. With an effective distance of 150
era’s buttons and controls.
and pushes the wireless LAN
WFT setting display
terminal’s WPS button to make the connection. With the
meters, this linked shooting is invaluable for the best pos-
WPS Pin Method, the photographer selects WPS (Pin
sible capture of sports, news and wildlife and other quickly
Method) on the camera and an 8-digit identification num-
moving subjects that can be shot from a number of angles.
ber is assigned and sent to the LAN terminal. Once con-
side of the compatible EOS camera, it maintains the
Wireless File Transmitter
WFT-E4 II A
Built for the Canon EOS 5D Mark II,
firmed, the secure connection is complete. Finally, a WPS
Bluetooth, USB (GPS)
the new WFT-E4 II A not only provides wireless functions,
can also be set up with a connection wizard. The photog-
Whether connected by Bluetooth or through
it’s also a fully operational camera grip offering a full array
rapher selects the “wizard connection” on the camera’s
USB, GPS devices can be connected to Canon
of buttons for seamless vertical shooting. The WFT-E4 II A
menu, selects a Wireless LAN terminal, sets an encryption
WFT transmitters to transmit location and ele-
offers fast IIEE802.11 a/b/g connectivity, is perfect for
key and then enters it for a wireless connection.
vation data along with the EXIF data for each image. With
wireless camera linking and syncing, and is WPS and
Bluetooth connections, photographers can enjoy all of the
Bluetooth compatible. It can be a wireless media server,
File Transfer & FTP WFT
benefits of GPS units without the concern of tangled wires
plus a remote Live View shooting server.
With a WFT and an FTP server, wireless remote live view
interfering while shooting, and can connect directly to
shooting is possible over the Internet, making it possible
Bluetooth compatible printers. With USB, not only are GPS
to setup, shoot and save from a remote location.
connections possible, it’s also easy to connect an external
Wireless File Transmitter
WFT-E5A
Meanwhile, through an Internet browser, the camera’s
Hard Drive for direct recording or backup.
Designed not only as a fully-func-
Live View image can be seen, settings can be confirmed
tioning dedicated grip with shutter release for the EOS 7D,
and changed, shots can be taken and images can be
EOS Utility Mode
the New WFT-E5A is also an IIEE802.11 a/b/g compatible
recorded on the camera and computer simultaneously.
With EOS Utility (previously
wireless communication device offering the latest in wire-
known as PTP), photogra-
less photographic shooting. It’s compatible with Wireless
phers can pair their camera
Protected Setups (WPS), Wireless File Transfer Remote Live
and a computer to remotely
View and with Media Servers. It can serve as a Master or
Remote Live View Shooting over the internet
Wireless LAN
Wired LAN
Internet
as a Slave unit during camera linking.
configure camera settings,
do wireless Live View com-
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Slave camera
Remote Capture display
*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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Digital Solutions for Professionals
Professional Software Tools — Digital cameras capture images
as digital data. Digital photography, therefore, benefits from
computer software designed to enhance capture, processing
and output. The Canon EOS System embraces a wide range of
powerful software tools that provide advanced functions to aid
the professional photographer.
Comparison View
Live View Function
Original Data Security Kit OSK-E3
The EOS-1Ds Mark III, EOS-1D
Canon’s advanced data
Mark IV, EOS 5D Mark II, EOS 7D
verification hardware/
and EOS 50D all offer Live View
software kit consists of
Function, which enables the image
a USB card reader/
at the sensor to be displayed on a
writer, a dedicated
computer monitor in real time.
Original Data Security
With Canon EOS Utility software
Card, and software to
installed on the computer, the user
be installed on a
can check and adjust focus and
Windows computer. The system can verify the originality
composition on the computer. The
and integrity of image data. It can also identify specific
camera can even be fired remotely
data elements (image pixels, EXIF text, GPS info, etc.) that
from the computer. Connection
have been altered.
between the camera and computer
can be via USB cable or, with the optional Wireless File
Transmitter WFT-E2 II A*, WFT-E2A, WFT-E4 II A, WFT-E4A,
WFT-E5A or WFT-E3A via wireless LAN. The wireless option
enables all Live View capabilities over a distance up to
492 feet (150m).**
Large Thumbnails View
Picture Style
Tone Curve Adjustment Toolbar
Stamp Tool
A feature in this version is encryption capability.***
Photographers can encrypt their image files to prevent
unauthorized viewing or wireless theft. Encrypted images
can be viewed only on personal computers on which the
necessary OSK-E3 decoding engine has been installed.
Live View Function is a powerful problem-solver that
Dust Delete Function
addresses all those situations in which it would be awkward,
By photographing a plain white
difficult, or impossible to shoot conventionally by looking
card at infinity focus, the photog-
through the viewfinder. Requested by numerous studio
rapher can acquire data identify-
and remote sports photographers, the Canon Remote Live
ing the position of any dust parti-
View Function enables EVF (electronic viewfinder) shooting
cles on the sensor surface. This data is appended to the
via a wired or wirelessly connected computer. While view-
image file and can be used by Digital Photo Professional
ing the real-time output from the camera’s imaging sensor
software to automatically erase dust spots. This unique
on a computer monitor, the photographer can perform
system can be a tremendous time saver, especially for
numerous functions — such as check and adjust the focus
professional photographers who must shoot (and change
using 5x and 10x magnification; check for moiré and false
lenses) in dusty environments. It greatly reduces time spent
color; and verify composition, lighting and exposure —
at the computer touching up images.
before remotely releasing the shutter via the computer.
Digital Photo Professional
Canon Digital Photo Professional is a RAW image processing
Dust Delete Function
application featuring an innovatingly designed, dedicated
Dust particle shadow
on the image
data processing engine. It streamlines the workload of
professional digital photographers by enabling high-speed
Imaging sensor
RAW image processing and preview, with support for sRGB,
Adobe RGB and Wide Gamut RGB color spaces. It provides
Dust Delete Data
excellent support for color-managed workflows, and provides numerous controls for exposure and color settings.
Low-pass filter
Spot-like dust
It also includes a cropping tool, lens aberration correc-
Obtaining Dust Delete Data
tion tools, noise reduction, a navigation tool, CMYK
printer simulation, batch conversion, multiple image
download and image transfer to other photo applications.
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The location and size of
the dust is detected as
the Dust Delete Data.
DPP uses the Dust
Delete Data to erase
the dust spot.
Batch Processing Window
* 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. ** With no obstructions between the transmitting and receiving antennas, and no radio interference. With a large, high-performance
antenna attached to the wireless LAN access point. *** Encryption possible with EOS-1Ds Mark III and EOS-1D Mark IV cameras only.
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Canon Studio Solution
Canon’s Studio Solution combines the functions of many of the separate software
applications typically used in a professional
photo studio into a single, easy-to-use
workflow application. Integrating all of your
Canon hardware, image files, customer and
business data, and studio management
tools, your daily operations are all simplified
and largely automated. Customer, employee
and image information are maintained in a central database for easy
access and seamless integration. At every step along the way, Canon
Studio Solution gives you full control while enabling you to build a
seamlessly integrated, highly efficient business. Whether you are a
one-person studio running the
software on a single laptop
computer or a larger enterprise
with multiple employees and
Small Studios
networked workstations, the work- Single/Onsite Studios
flow is streamlined, easy-to-use
and professional, reducing business-related costs while
Large Studios
maximizing sales and profit potential. Because the software is server-based, network-friendly and completely scalable, it will work with
you as your business grows… enabling you to focus on what’s truly
important: your photography.
can link family members. A
front of a monitor or viewed
green screen shots — simply and without
powerful Calendar tool provides
with a Canon REALiS projector,
ever leaving the Studio Solution environ-
numerous useful views of your
slide shows, easily and
ment. If more
studio’s schedule, while the
automatically created in
complex work is needed, Studio Solution
automatic confirmation call
Studio Solution, present your
makes it easy to perform more advanced adjustments via
reminder feature makes a
images in the best possible
a quick roundtrip visit to and from Adobe Photoshop®
calendar entry one day prior to the shoot so that your staff
light — in high resolution
(available separately) without ever removing the image
can contact customers to minimize no-shows.
and with brilliant, accurate
from your customer’s database.
Because Studio Solution keeps track of inventory and
sales in addition to customer and employee data, it can
generate powerful reports that you can use to analyze and
color. You can even add
background music to enhance
Delivery
the viewing experience.
As you add products, services and various
streamline your business. Studio Solution also gives you,
Studio Solution can even show how your customer’s prints
as system administrator, complete power over rights and
will look on different media, like on canvas or a matte
permissions based on the roles you assign to your staff
surface, and how prints of different sizes might look in a
members. In this manner, you can fully control the studio
room setting over a sofa or fireplace.
workflow in a networked environment, assigning functionality
as required for specific staff responsibilities.
Shooting
Studio Solution enables
direct tethered USB
capture from your Canon EOS Digital
SLR, enabling Live View shooting
via a computer monitor, or utilize
a completely wireless workflow using a Canon Wireless
File Transmitter (operating in FTP server mode) on the
all available printers are used in the most efficient manner,
avoiding long print job queues whenever possible, and
automatically routing specialized orders to the appropriate
to your images. You can simply choose one of the many
device. Using Canon imagePROGRAF printers, Studio
supplied borders or templates, or you can use the Border
Solution even adds print nesting capability to effectively
Workshop, where you can start with an existing border,
minimize the waste of paper, and maximize your profits.
modify it as desired, then save it to the library for future
Built-in support for and routing to outside output service
reuse. Combinations of templates and backgrounds can
providers enable you to produce and sell products you
be used to create value-added items, like sports trading
cannot fulfill in-house. Studio Solution can then automatically
cards or calendars, and multipurpose the captured images.
generate and print detailed invoices that include all packages
If you shoot your subjects in front of a green or blue screen,
You can also transfer image files
features to quickly and easily add different backgrounds
from the camera by setting up a
to your shots.
“hot folder” on your computer or
network. Images captured on-location
Retouch
are easily imported into the Studio
Most image adjustments and retouching, if
and additional products
and services
ordered, plus
taxes and
shipping costs as
appropriate.
required, are easily accomplished within
Studio Solution using the Photo Workshop and Retouch
automatically cataloged into the correct
Workshop tools, where selective and global retouching
folder designated for the customer and job
and cropping can be applied manually or automatically
Studio Solution’s easy and intuitive interface simplifies
Reception & Management
and become an integral part of your database. Studio
to repair blemishes, red eye and more.
staff training requirements, and the cohesive modules
Because a high-powered relational SQL
Solution can then easily archive to hard drives, RAID
You, or a member of your staff, can per-
lead you naturally and effortlessly from one step to the
database engine is at the heart of Studio
arrays, servers or recordable media.
form the most fre-
next, enabling you to manage a highly efficient, automated,
quently needed
profitable studio. And to ensure fast solutions if a problem
Solution, your important customer information is
permanently linked to pertinent image, employee and
Sales and Presentation
corrections and
does arise, live customer support is available toll-free. No
calendar data for easy retrieval and reporting. In
Studio Solution’s powerful sales presentation
enhancements —
matter the photographic enterprise, Studio Solution is
addition to basic contact information, the software
tools allow you to convert your images into a
including back-
tailor- made to streamline business so that photographers
ground dropout on
can focus on what they do best: taking pictures.
can also keep track of your customers’ birthdays, and
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printers, load sharing algorithms are used to make sure
attractive borders and templates that you can easily add
you can use Studio Solution’s built-in chroma-keying
card reader. Imported images are
delivery process for you as well. When using multiple
Studio Solution includes a comprehensive collection of
camera with a WiFi connection.
Solution library using a memory
packages into the integrated shopping cart,
Studio Solution then fully automates the ordering and
profitable order of products and services. Whether in
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Knowledge: The Engine of Creativity
To get the most out of your Canon products, Canon has several
programs geared to help users evolve and advance their skills.
Seasoned professional photographers and videographers
share their experiences and give tips on not only hardware,
such as cameras and lenses, but also on techniques, composition
and quick rules of thumb to make sure your images have a sleek,
professional-looking polish.
The CDLC Home Page is your starting point to an entire
world of ideas, information and useful tools that support
your creativity.
Interviews and Shooter’s Insight pages show you —
through pictures, words and video — how professionals
interface with their equipment to achieve unique results.
The Explorers of Light Gallery section gives you A to Z
Canon Digital
Learning Center
For in-depth information and
access to the world’s leading photographers, videographers
and filmmakers, their biographies and inspiring samples
examples of the best of Canon
The Product Pages provide educational resources on the
EOS digital photography and video,
components of the EOS, pro printing and pro video systems,
there is nothing like the Canon
organized by category to help you quickly find what you’re
Digital Learning Center (CDLC). A
looking for.
free, online photography resource,
the CDLC website celebrates the art and science of photography with a
growing collection of video tutorials, instructional articles, interviews,
Canon product information, contests and much more! Presented from
Canon Live
Learning
of their work.
A new on-site education program,
Canon Live Learning (CLL) is targeted towards photographers,
videographers and film professionals who currently use or
Tips & Techniques are written by experienced experts
are interested in Canon EOS, pro printing and pro video
from around the globe to help you get the most from your
products. Offering high-quality classes and workshops
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raphers and film professionals, including Canon Explorers
of Light (EOL), programs are offered in several formats:
EOS Immersion Seminar and Workshops deliver technical
also covers helpful
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digital basics, including printing. The
course content makes
heavy use of images to clearly explain and promote better
understanding of key messages. Question and answer
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Nomenclature for EOS-1Ds Mark III
Viewfinder Information
Shutter Button
Wireless File Transmitter Mounting Hole
Area AF Ellipse
Exposure Level Scale
: 1 stop
: 1/3 stop
Overexposure
Flash Overexposure
Center Spot Metering Circle
AF Point
Focusing Screen
PC Terminal
High-Speed Sync Indicator (FP Flash)
FE Lock
FEB In-Progress
Exposure Level
Flash Exposure Level
Flash-ready
Improper FE Lock Warning
Self-Timer Lamp
Lens Release Button
Grip
Remote Control Terminal
Video OUT Terminal
Flash Underexposure
Underexposure
* AE Lock
Maximum Burst
AEB in-progress
Multi-Spot Metering
JPEG Icon
RAW Icon
M Manual Exposure
Depth-of-Field Preview Button
DIGITAL (USB) Terminal
Shutter Speed
Bulb (
), FE Lock (
Vertical-Grip Main Dial
Vertical-Grip Shutter Button
Hand Strap Mount
Battery Release Handle
Battery
Tripod Socket
Battery Check
Metering Mode
Standard Exposure Index
), Busy (
)
Focus Confirmation Light
Aperture
ISO Speed
Highlight Tone Priority Display
AF Point Selection Mode
(
AF, SEL[ ], SEL AF)
Recording Media Indicator (Card*)
AF Point Registration
(
HP, SEL[ ], SEL HP)
ISO Speed Icon
Shots Remaining
Recording Media Full (
)
White Balance Correction
Exposure Compensation
Flash Exposure Compensation
Multi-Controller
Viewfinder Eyepiece
Eyecup Eg
SET Button
Quick Control Dial
AF Start Button
AE Lock/Reduce Button
INFO/Trimming Orientation Button
MENU Button
AF Point Selection/
Magnify Button
Memory Card Slot Cover
LCD Monitor
Extension System Terminal
Playback Button
Rear LCD Panel
Erase Button
Function Button
Protect and Sound Recording Button/
Picture Style Setting Button
Recording Microphone
Memory Card Slot Cover
Release Handle
Access Lamp
Vertical-Grip AF Start Button
Vertical-Grip FE Lock/
Multi-Spot Metering Button
Vertical-Grip AE Lock/
Reduce Button
Top LCD Panel Information
ISO Speed
Highlight Tone Priority Display
(Dust Delete Data Acquisition (––––)
Shooting Mode
: Program AE
: Aperture-priority AE
: Manual Exposure
: Shutter-priority AE
ISO Icon
Metering Mode
Evaluative Metering
Partial Metering
Spot Metering
Center-Weighted
Average Metering
Battery Check
Shutter Speed
Bulb (
)
Bulb Exposure Time (Min.:Sec.)
FE Lock
Busy (
,PC )
Error (
)
Sensor Cleaning (
)
Aperture
AEB Amount
Dust Delete Data Acquisition (––)
AF Point Selection Mode
(
AF, SEL[ ], SEL AF)
Recording Media Indicator (Card*)
AF Point Registration
(
HP, SEL[ ], SEL HP)
Shots Remaining
Self-Timer Countdown
Bulb Exposure Time (Hours)
Recording Media Full (
)
Error Code
Remaining Images to Record
AF Mode
One-Shot AF
AI SERVO AF
Drive Modes
Single Shooting
High-Speed Continuous
Shooting
Low-Speed Continuous
Shooting
Self-Timer (10 sec.)
Self-Timer (2 sec.)
Silent Single Shooting
Flash Exposure Compensation
Exposure Level Scale
Vertical-Grip ON/OFF Switch
Vertical-Grip AF Point Selection/
Magnify Button
AEB
Power/Quick Control Dial Switch
Mirror Lockup
Exposure Level Indicator
• Exposure Compensation Amount
• AEB Range
• Flash Exposure Compensation Amount
Rear LCD Panel Information
LCD Panel Illumination Button
AEB Set Buttons
Shooting Mode Selection Button
AF Mode Selection/
Drive Mode Selection Button
Strap Mount
Exposure Compensation/
Aperture Button
Shutter Button
FE Lock/Multi-Spot
Metering Button
Main Dial
ISO Speed Set Button
Strap Mount
Metering Mode Selection/
Flash Exposure Compensation Button
Dioptric Adjustment Knob
Top LCD Panel
151
Monochrome Shooting
External Media Connection Icon
Data Transfer Icon
SD Card Indicator
CF Card Indicator
Recording Media Selection Arrow
Image Size
Large
Medium1
Medium2
Small
RAW
Small RAW
Wired LAN Connection
Flash-Sync Contacts
Hot Shoe
White Balance Correction
Eyepiece Shutter Lever
Wireless LAN Connection
White Balance
Auto
Daylight
Shade
Cloudy
Tungsten Light
White Fluorescent Light
Flash
Custom
Color Temperature
Custom White Balance
Acquistion Display ([ * ])
File No.
Color Temprature
Custom White Balance Number
Personal White Balance (PC1~PC5)
Folder Number
Recording Media Indicator (
)
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Nomenclature for EOS-1D Mark IV
Viewfinder Information
Shutter Button
Movie Microphone
Center Spot Metering Circle
Area AF Ellipse
AF Point
Wireless File Transmtter
Mounting Hole
PC Terminal
Self-Timer Lamp
Lens Release Button
Remote Control Terminal
Grip
External Microphone IN
Terminal
Exposure Level Scale
: 1 stop
: 1/3 stop
Overexposure
Flash Overexposure
Focusing Screen
High-Speed Sync Indicator (FP Flash)
FE Lock
FEB In-Progress
Flash-Ready
Improper FE lock Warning
* AE Lock
AEB In-Progress
Multi-Spot Metering
M Manual Exposure
Exposure Level
Flash Exposure Level
Flash Underexposure
Underexposure
Maximum Burst
JPEG Icon
RAW Icon
Metering Mode
HDMI Mini OUT Terminal
Depth-of-Field Preview Button
Audio/Video OUT/
Digital Terminal
Vertical-Grip Main Dial
Battery Release Handle
Battery
Vertical-Grip Shutter Button
Hand Strap Mount
Multi-Controller
Viewfinder Eyepiece
Eyecup
INFO/Trimming Orientation Button
MENU Button
Tripod Socket
Extension System Terminal
Playback Button
AF Point Selection/
Magnify Button
Memory Card Slot Cover
Release Handle
Access Lamp
Vertical-Grip AF Start Button
Erase Button
Vertical-Grip AE Lock/
Reduce Button
Shooting Mode
: Program AE
: Aperture-priority AE
: Manual Exposure
: Shutter-priority AE
ISO Icon
D+ Highlight Tone
Priority
Metering Mode
Evaluative Metering
Partial Metering
Spot Metering
Center-Weighted
Average Metering
Battery Check
Vertical-Grip ON/OFF Switch
Flash Exposure Compensation
Function Button
ISO Speed Icon
ISO Speed
D+ Highlight Tone Priority
Shots Remaining
Recording Media Full (
)
Exposure Compensation
Flash Exposure Compensation
Quick Control Dial
AE Lock/Reduce Button
Focus Confirmation Light
AF Point Selection Mode
(
AF, SEL[ ], SEL AF)
Recording Media Indicator (Card*)
AF Point Registration
(
HP, SEL[ ], SEL HP)
Top LCD Panel Information
AF Start Button
Battery Check
Standard Exposure Index
)
Aperture
ISO Speed
Dust Delete Data Acquisition (––––)
Vertical-Grip FE Lock/
Multi-Spot Metering Button
Rear LCD Panel
), Busy (
Setting/Live View
Shooting Button
Memory Card Slot Cover
LCD Monitor
Shutter Speed
Bulb (
), FE Lock (
Picture Style Selection/
Protect/Voice Memo Button
Vertical-Grip AF Point Selection/
Magnify Button
Speaker
AEB
Voice Memo Microphone
Power/Quick Control Dial Switch
Mirror Lockup
White Balance Correction
Shutter Speed
Bulb (
)
Bulb Exposure Time (Min.:Sec.)
FE Lock
Busy (
,PC )
Error (
)
Sensor Cleaning (
)
Aperture
AEB Amount
(Dust Delete Data Acquisition (––)
AF Point Selection Mode
(
AF, SEL[ ], SEL AF)
Recording Media Indicator (Card*)
AF Point Registration
(
HP, SEL[ ], SEL HP)
Shots Remaining
Self-Timer Countdown
Bulb Exposure Time (Hours)
Recording Media Full (
)
Error Code
Remaining Images to Record
AF Mode
One-Shot AF
AI SERVO AF
Drive Modes
Single Shooting
High-Speed Continuous
Shooting
Low-Speed Continuous
Shooting
Self-Timer (10 sec.)
Self-Timer (2 sec.)
Silent Single Shooting
Exposure Level Scale
Exposure Level Indicator
• Exposure Compensation Amount
• AEB Range
• Flash Exposure Compensation Amount
Rear LCD Panel Information
LCD Panel Illumination Button
AEB Set Buttons
Shooting Mode Selection Button
AF Mode Selection/
Drive Mode Selection Button
Strap Mount
Exposure Compensation/
Aperture Button
Shutter Button
FE Lock/Multi-Spot Metering/
Movie Shooting Button
Main Dial
ISO Speed Set Button
Strap Mount
Metering Mode Selection/
Flash Exposure Compensation Button
Dioptric Adjustment Knob
Top LCD Panel
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Monochrome Shooting
External Media Connection Icon
Data Transfer Icon
SD Card Indicator
CF Card Indicator
Recording Media Selection Arrow
Image Size
Large
Medium1
Medium2
Small
RAW
Medium RAW
Small RAW
Wired LAN Connection
Flash-Sync Contacts
Hot Shoe
White Balance Correction
Eyepiece Shutter Lever
Wireless LAN Connection
White Balance
Auto
Daylight
Shade
Cloudy
Tungsten Light
White Fluorescent Light
Flash
Custom
Color Temperature
Custom White Balance
Acquistion Display ([ * ])
File No.
Color Temprature
Custom White Balance Number
Personal White Balance (PC1~PC5)
Folder Number
Recording Media Indicator (
)
154
Nomenclature for EOS 5D Mark II
Viewfinder Information
Remote Control Sensor
Self-Timer Lamp
Strap Mount
Focusing Screen
AF Point
Microphone
Lens Release Button
Shutter Button
Grip
Spot Metering Circle
PC Terminal
Remote Control
Terminal (N3 Type)
Audio/Video
OUT Terminal
DIGITAL Terminal
ISO Speed Icon
White Balance Correction
Battery Check
mini-HDMI OUT Terminal
External Microphone Input Terminal
Date/Time Backup Battery
Depth-of-Field Preview Button
Battery Compartment Cover Release Lever
Extension System Terminal
Tripod Socket
Battery Compartment Cover
• Focus Confirmation Light
* AE Lock AEB In-Progress
Maximum Burst
Flash-Ready
Improper FE lock Warning
B/W Monochrome Shooting
High-Speed Sync Indicator
(FP Flash)
FE Lock/FEB In-Progress
DC Coupler Cord Hole
D+ Highlight Tone Priority
Flash Exposure Compensation
Eyecup
Speaker
CF Card Full Warning (
CF Card Error Warning (
No CF Card Warning (
)
)
Exposure Level Indicator
• Exposure Compensation Amount
• AEB Range
• Flash Exposure Compensation Amount
)
Multi-Controller
AF Start Button
AE/FE Lock Button/
Index/Reduce Button
AF Point Selection/Enlarge Button
MENU Button
CF Card Slot Cover
Picture Style Selection Button
INFO/Trimming Orientation Button
Playback Button
Quick Control Dial
Setting/Movie Start Button
Access Lamp
Erase Button
LCD Monitor
Light Sensor
Shutter Speed (
FE Lock (
)
Busy (
)
)
Power Switch
AF Mode Selection/Drive Mode
Selection Button
ISO Speed Set/Flash Exposure
Compensation Button
Metering Mode Selection/
White Balance Selection Button
Shutter Button
Shutter Speed (
Busy (
)
)
Image Recording Quality
Large/Fine
Large/Normal
Medium/Fine
Medium/Normal
Small/Fine
Small/Normal
White Balance
Auto
Daylight
Shade
Cloudy
Tungsten Light
White Fluorescent Light
Flash
Custom
Color Temperature
Battery Check
Main Dial
LCD Panel Illumination Button
Mode Dial
Aperture (
Strap Mount
Exposure Level Indicator
• Exposure Compensation Amount
• AEB Level
• Flash Exposure Compensation
Card Writing Status
AF Point Selection (
CF Card Full Warning (
CF Card Error Warning (
No CF Card Warning (
Error Code (
)
Cleaning Image Sensor (
LCD Panel
Flash-Sync Contacts
Hot Shoe
Dioptric Adjustment Knob
Metering Mode
Evaluative
Partial
Spot
Center-Weighted Average
)
)
)
)
)
Aperture
Flash Exposure Compensation
Shots Remaining
Shots Remaining During WB-BKT
Self-Timer Countdown
Bulb Exposure Time
White Balance Correction
AF Mode
One-Shot AF
AI Focus AF
AI Servo AF
Drive Mode
Single Shooting
Continuous Shooting
Self-Timer (10 sec.)/Remote Control
Self-Timer (2 sec.)/Remote Control
AEB
ISO Speed ( ,
155
)
Top LCD Panel Information
Viewfinder Eyepiece
Live View Shooting/Print/Share Button
ISO Speed
, , , )
( ,
, , ,
)
Monochrome Shooting
ISO Speed
<D+> Highlight Tone Priority
156
Nomenclature for EOS 7D
Viewfinder Information
Built-in Flash/AF-Assist Beam
Flash Button
Red-Eye Reduction/
Self-timer lamp
Microphone
Focusing Screen
Grid
Single AF point
Spot AF (single point)
Strap Mount
Shutter Button
Terminal Cover
PC Terminal
Remote Control Sensor
Area AF/Zone AF
Lens Release Button
Remote Control
Terminal (N3 Type)
External Microphone Input Terminal
Grip
Audio/Video OUT/
DIGITAL Terminal
ISO Speed Icon
White Balance Correction
Battery Check
• Focus Confirmation Light
* AE Lock AEB In-Progress
Maximum Burst
mini-HDMI OUT Terminal
Battery Compartment Cover Release Lever
Battery Compartment Cover
DC Coupler Cord Hole
Depth-of-field Preview Button
High-Speed Sync Indicator
(FP Flash)
FE Lock/FEB In-Progress
Extension System Terminal
Tripod Socket
Speaker
Flash Exposure Compensation
One-Touch RAW+JPEG/
Direct Print Button
D+ Highlight Tone Priority
Exposure Level Indicator
• Exposure Compensation Amount
• AEB Range
• Red-Eye Reduction lamp-on indicator
)
)
)
Live View Shooting/Movie Shooting Switch
START-STOP Button
AF Start Button
AE Lock/
Index/Reduce Button
ISO Speed
, )
(
CF Card Full Warning (
CF Card Error Warning (
No CF Card Warning (
Viewfinder Eyepiece
B/W Monochrome Shooting
Shutter Speed (
FE Lock (
)
Busy (
)
Built-In Flash Recycling (
)
Aperture (
)
)
Top LCD Panel Information
Quick Control Button
AF Point Selection/Magnify Button
MENU Button
Multi-Controller
Picture Style Selection Button
INFO/Trimming Orientation Button
Playback Button
Quick Control Dial
CF Card Slot Cover
Shutter Speed (
Busy (
)
)
Image Recording Quality
Large/Fine
Large/Normal
Medium/Fine
Medium/Normal
Small/Fine
Small/Normal
Access Lamp
Erase Button
Setting Button
LCD Monitor
Light Sensor
Metering Mode Selection/
White Balance Selection Button
Quick Control Dial Switch
AF Mode Selection/Drive Mode
Selection Button
Shutter Button
Multi-Function Button
Main Dial
ISO Speed Set/Flash Exposure
Compensation Button
LCD Panel Illumination Button
Mode Dial
White Balance
Auto
Daylight
Shade
Cloudy
Tungsten Light
White Fluorescent Light
Flash
Custom
Color Temperature
Exposure Level Indicator
• Exposure Compensation Amount
• AEB Level
• Flash Exposure Compensation
Battery Check
Strap Mount
AF Point Selection (
CF Card Full Warning (
CF Card Error Warning (
No CF Card Warning (
Error Code (
)
Cleaning Image Sensor (
)
)
)
)
)
Aperture
Metering Mode
Evaluative
Partial
Spot
Center-Weighted Average
White Balance Correction
Shots Remaining
Shots Remaining During WB-BKT
Self-Timer Countdown
Bulb Exposure Time
AF Mode
One-Shot AF
AI Focus AF
AI Servo AF
Drive Mode
Single Shooting
H High-Speed Continuous Shooting
Low-Speed Continuous Shooting
Self-Timer (10 sec.)/Remote Control
Self-Timer (2 sec.)/Remote Control
AEB
Power Switch
LCD Panel
Flash Exposure Compensation
D+ Highlight Tone Priority
Flash-Sync Contacts
Hot Shoe
157
Dioptric Adjustment Knob
Monochrome Shooting
ISO Speed (
, )
158
EOS-1Ds Mark III Custom Function Chart
Nomenclature for EOS 50D
Custom
Function
Hot Shoe
Built-in Flash/AF-Assist Beam
LCD Panel Illumination Button
Metering Mode Selection/White Balance Selector Button
AF Mode Selection/Drive Mode Selection Button
ISO Speed/Flash Exposure Compensation Button
Function Description
No.
ISO speed setting
increments
0
1
2
0
1
1/3-stop increments
Speeds/apertures 1-stop increments, Exposure compensation in 1/3-stops
1/2-stop increments
ISO set in 1/3-stop increments
ISO set in 1-stop increments
Disable (camera ISO range 100~3200)
Enable (apply user-registered available ISO range)
3
Set ISO speed range
–
4
Bracketing Auto Cancel
5
Bracketing sequence
Set highest ISO (1-stop increments) up to “H”
Register Set lowest ISO (1-stop increments), “L” thru 1600
Return
On (AEB cancels if camera turned off, etc.)
Off (AEB remains in effect unless flash turned on)
–
+
0
0
+
–
+
0
–
DIGITAL Terminal
VIDEO OUT Terminal
HDMI Terminal
6
Number of bracketing shots
Depth-of-Field Preview Button
7
Spot metering link
to AF point
8
Safety Shift
9
Select usable
shooting modes
Flash-Sync Contacts
1
Exposure level
increments
Flash Button
2
Mode Dial
Main Dial
Strap Mount
Remote Control Terminal (N3 Type)
Shutter Button
Lens Release Button
Red-Eye Reduction/
Self-Timer Lamp
Grip
Tripod Socket
Battery Compartment
Cover and Release Lever
Dioptric Adjustment Knob
Viewfinder Eyepiece
0
1
0
1
2
0
1
2
3
0
1
0
1
2
–
AF Start button
AE Lock/FE Lock Button/Index/Reduce Button
Live View Shooting/Print/Share Button
AF Point Selection/Magnify Button
MENU Button
10
Select usable
metering modes
–
Metering pattern in Manual
mode
0
1
2
3
4
SET Button
CF Card Slot Cover
11
Access Lamp
12
Set shutter speed range
0
1
0
1
2
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
Off
Auto (camera decides whether to apply reduction)
On (noise reduction applied; 1 sec. and longer only)
Off
A
On
Disable
Enable
Evaluative flash metering
Average flash metering over all 63 metering zones
1st-curtain synchronization
2nd-curtain synchronization (EOS Speedlites only)
Enable
Disable – AF assist beam continues to operate
Disable
Enable (viewfinder info visible during bursts)
Off
On during Bulb
LCD monitor Displays camera settings
LCD monitor Displays shooting functions
0
1
2
–
0
1
2
0
1
0
1
0
1
2
MF possible after One-shot AF completed
Disable after One-shot AF
Disable completely in AF mode
Slow: -2, -1, 0, +1, +2: Fast
AF priority/2nd shot onward – Tracking priority
AF priority/2nd shot onward – Drive speed priority
Release/2nd shot onward – Drive speed priority
Main focus point priority
Continuous AF track priority (ignores closer objects)
Focus search on
Focus search off
AF stop
AF start
AE lock
–
Playback Button
Info/Trimming Orientation Button
Power Switch
Function Button
Top LCD Panel Information
Shutter Speed
(
)
Busy (
)
Built-in Flash Recycling
(
)
Flash Exposure
Compensation
White Balance
Auto
Daylight
Shade
Cloudy
Tungsten Light
White
Fluorescent
Light
Flash
Custom
Color
Temperature
Exposure Level
Indicator
• Exposure
Compensation Amount
• AEB Level
• Flash Compensation
Amount
Image Recording Quality
Battery Check
Highlight Tone Priority
159
Beeper
13
Set aperture value range
–
14
Apply shooting/
Metering mode
–
Viewfinder Information
AF Point Selection (
CF Card Full Warning (
CF Card Error Warning (
No CF Card Warning (
Error Code (
Cleaning Image Sensor (
Aperture Setting (
AF Point
)
Spot Metering Circle
)
)
)
)
)
15
1
)
Shots Remaining (
Shots Remaining During
WB-BKT (
)
Self-Timer Countdown (
Bulb Exposure Time (
2
)
)
)
WB Correction/
WB-BKT White
Balance
AF Mode
Drive Mode
Single
Low-Speed Continuous
High-Speed Continuous
Self-Timer (10 sec.)
Self-Timer (2sec.)
AEB
Metering Mode
Evaluative
Partial
Spot
Center-Weighted Average
ISO Speed
(
)
Monochrome Shooting
* AE Lock AEB
in-progress
Flash-Ready/
Improper FE Lock
Warning
High-Speed Sync
Indicator (FP Flash)
(* — FE Lock)
Flash Exposure
Compensation
CF Card Full Warning
(
)
CF Card Error Warning
(
)
No CF Card Warning
(
)
Shutter Speed
(
)
FE Lock (
)
Busy (
)
Built-in Flash Recycling
(
)
Flash sync. speed in
)
Av mode )
B
C.Fn B
II: Image/Flash exp/Display
) exp. noise
Long
Focusing
Screen
Maximum Burst (
)
reduction
Fla
High ISO speed
Compensation
noise reduction
3
Highlight tone priority
4
E-TTL II flash metering
5
Focus Confirmation Light
• During One-Shot
Autofocus : Lights when
focus is achieved, blinks
at 2Hz if focus fails
• During Manual Focus:
Lights when focus is
achieved
Shutter curtain sync.
6
Flash firing
7
Viewfinder info.
Light
F
8
9
during exp.
LCD panel illumination during
Bulb
INFO button when
Temperature
shooting
USM lens electronic MF
White Balance Correction/
Monochrome Shooting
2
AI Servo tracking sensitivity
ISO Speed
3
AI Servo 1st/2nd image
priority
Exposure Level
• Exposure Compensation Amount
• AEB Level
• Red-Eye Reduction Lamp On
Aperture Value (
)
6
(Cont.)
7
AF Microadjustment
8
AF expansion with
selected pt
9
Selectable AF point
10
Switch to registered AF point
11
AF point auto selection
12
AF point display
during focus
13
AF point brightness
14
AF-assist beam firing
15
Mirror lockup
16
Continuous shooting
speed
No.
4
AI Servo AF tracking method
5
Lens drive when
AF impossible
6
Lens AF stop button function
(select Canon Super-telephoto
IS lenses only)
Setting
3
4
5
6
AF point:M
Auto/Auto
ONE SHOT
AI Servo
IS start
Switch to registered AF point
0
1
2
0
1
2
0
1
2
0
1
0
1
2
0
1
2
0
1
0
1
0
1
2
Disable (no adjustment for front or back-focus)
Adjust all by same amount
Forward: -20 …….. 0 ……. +20
Backward
Adjust by lens
On (red illumination on)
Off
On (lights momentarily when focus achieved)
Normal
Brighter
Enable (Speedlite’s AF assist beam fires normally)
Disable
Disable
Enable (mirror lowers after each shot)
Enable: Down with SET (mirror remains up until SET pressed)
Disable (shoots at default fps rates)
Enable (applies user-registered fps rates)
Register
17
Limit continuous shot count
–
ctr
Disable (one AF point only when manually selected)
Enable (expand by adding left/right Assist pts)
Enable (expand by adding ring of six surrounding Assist pts)
19 points
Inner 9 points
Outer 9 points
Disable
Enable
direct: disable /
: enable
direct: disable /
:disable (auto AF select mode impossible to access)
direct: enable /
: enable
–
High speed: 5,4,3,2 fps
Low speed: 1,2,3,4 fps
Apply
Disable
Enable
Register
Limited shots: 99–2
Apply
C.Fn IV: Operation/Others
1
Shutter button/
AF-ON button
2
AF-ON/AE lock
button switch
3
Quick Control Dial in
meter
4
SET button when
shooting
5
Tv/Av setting for
Manual exp.
6
Dial direction during
Tv/Av
7
Av setting without lens
8
WB + media/image size
setting
9
Button function
0
1
2
3
4
0
1
0
1
2
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
2
3
10
Button function when
<off>
11
Focusing screen
12
Timer length for timer
–
13
Shortened release
time lag
14
Add aspect ratio
information
Add original decision
data
0
1
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
0
1
Live View Function exposure
simulation
0
1
C.Fn III: Autofocus/Drive
1
<D+> Highlight Tone Priority
Function Description
Apply
Specified metering mode on camera’s LCD panel
Evaluative metering only in M mode
Partial metering only in M mode
Spot metering only in M mode
Center-weighted average only in M mode
Disable
Enable (apply user-registered range)
Highest speed: 250–8000
Lowest speed: 30"–60
Register
Apply
Disable (use lens’s full aperture range)
Enable (apply user-registered aperture range)
Min. aperture (Max. f/): 1.4–91
Max. aperture ((Min. f/): 1.0–64
Register
Apply
Disable (no switching to registered settings)
Enable (Press “ * ” button to switch settings)
With AE lock button (AF on)
Register
With AE lock button (AF off)
Auto (shutter speed set based on ambient light)
1/250 sec.
Quick Control Dial
Erase Button
3 shots
2 shots
5 shots
7 shots
Disable (spot metering always at center)
Enable (spot metering at manually selected AF pt.)
Disable
Enable (Tv/Av modes)
Enable (ISO speed shifts, in P, Tv, Av modes)
Disable (all exposure modes available)
Enable (only modes registered are selectable)
M
P
Register
BULB
Tv
Av
Apply
Disable (all metering patterns available)
Enable (only metering modes registered are selectable)
Register
Multi-Controller
LCD Monitor
Picture Style Selection Button
Custom
Function
Setting
C.Fn I: Exposure
15
16
S
Metering + AF start (at both buttons)
Metering + AF start/AF stop
Metering start/Meter + AF start (no AF at shutter button)
AE lock/Metering + AF start
Metering + AF start/disable (AF-on button)
Disable
Enable (reverse role of AEL and AF-on buttons)
Exposure comp/Aperture
AF point selection (instant AF point access with rear dial)
ISO speed (instant ISO access with rear dial)
Normal (disabled)
White balance
Image size
ISO Speed
Picture Style
Record func. + media/folder
Menu display
Image playback
Tv=
/ Av=
Tv=
/ Av=
(reverse functions in M mode for top/rear dials)
Normal
Reserve direction
Disable
Enable (possible to set aperture on body w/o lens)
Rear LCD panel
LCD monitor (displayed when FUNC button pressed)
Protect (hold button in: sound rec.)
Sound rec. (press & release; protect possible via menu only)
Normal (enable)
Disable
,
, Multi-controller
Ec-C IV
Ec-A, B, C, C II, C III, D, H, I, L
Ec-S
Ec-N, R
Disable (use camera’s built-in settings)
Enable (apply user-registered changes)
6 sec. timer: 0–6–59 sec., 1–60 min.
16 sec. timer: 0–16–59 sec., 1–60 min.
Register
Time after release: 0–2–59 sec., 1–60 min.
Apply
Disable (standard 55ms “time lag”)
Enable (as low as 40ms, depending upon lens aperture)
Off
Aspect ratio 6:6
Aspect ratio 3:4
Aspect ratio 4:5
Aspect ratio 6:7
Aspect ratio 10:12
Aspect ratio 5:7
E
Off
On (used by optional Original Data Security Kit)
Disable (LCD auto adjust)
Enable (LCD simulates actual exposure level)
160
EOS-1D Mark IV Custom Function Chart
Custom
Function
Function Description
EOS 5D Mark II Custom Function Chart
Custom
Function
Setting
No.
C.Fn I: Exposure
0
1
2
Exposure level
increments
ISO speed setting
increments
1
1-stop set
2
1/2-stop set 1/2-stop compensation
0
ISO set in 1/3-stop increments
1
ISO set in 1-stop increments
1/3-stop compensation
–
5
6
7
8
Bracketing sequence
Number of bracketing shots
Spot metering link
to AF point
Safety Shift
E-TTL II flash metering
Flash firing
8
Viewfinder info.
during exp.
9
0
On (AEB cancels if camera turned off, etc.)
1
Off (AEB remains in effect unless flash turned on)
0
0
–
+
1
–
0
+
2
+
0
–
0
3 shots
1
2 shots
2
5 shots
3
7 shots
0
Disable (spot metering always at center)
1
Shutter curtain sync.
7
Lowest ISO Speed L, 100 - 12800
Apply
Bracketing Auto Cancel
5
Highest ISO Speed 100 - 12800, H1,H2,H3 [TD] (1-stop increments)
Register
4
(Cont.)
6
Enable (apply user-registered available ISO range)
Set ISO speed range
4
1/3-stop set 1/3-stop compensation
Disable (camera ISO range 100~3200)
3
Function Description
10
LCD panel illumination during
Bulb
INFO button when
shooting
1
USM lens electronic MF
16
17
2
3
4
161
Metering + AF start/AF stop
0
Enable
2
Metering start/Meter + AF start (no AF at shutter button)
1
Disable – AF assist beam continues to operate
3
0
Disable
1
Enable (viewfinder info visible during bursts)
0
Off
1
1/3-stop
1
1-stop
0
Off
AE lock/Metering + AF start
1
On
4
Metering + AF start/disable (AF-on button)
0
On
0
Disable
1
Off
1
Enable (reverse role of AEL and AF-on buttons)
0
0, –, +
On during Bulb
0
Exposure comp/Aperture
1
–, 0, +
0
Displays shooting function
1
AF point selection (instant AF point access with rear dial)
0
Disable
1
Displays camera settings
2
ISO speed (instant ISO access with rear dial)
1
Enable (Tv/Av)
3
AF point selection +
0
Auto
1
1/200–1/60 sec. (auto)
2
1/200 sec. (fixed)
0
Off
1
Auto
1
2
3
Shutter curtain sync.
AF-ON/AE lock
button switch
Quick Control Dial
in meter
0
MF possible after One-shot AF completed
4
ISO speed +
1
Disable after One-shot AF
0
Normal (disabled)
2
Disable completely in AF mode
1
White balance
2
3
4
5
6
ISO speed setting increments
ISO expansion
Bracketing auto cancel
Bracketing sequence
Safety shift
<- >
7
<- >
Flash sync. speed in Av mode
C.Fn II: Image
On
Record func. + media/folder
0
Standard
Enable (spot metering at manually selected AF pt.)
3
Release/2nd shot onward – Tracking priority
6
Menu display
1
Weak
0
Disable
0
Main focus point priority
7
Image playback
2
Strong
1
Enable (Tv/Av modes)
1
Continuous AF track priority (ignores closer objects)
0
Tv=
/ Av=
3
Disable
2
Enable (ISO speed shifts, in P, Tv, Av modes)
0
Focus search on
Tv/Av setting for
Manual exp.
1
Tv=
/ Av=
0
Disable
1
Focus search off
0
Normal
1
Enable
0
AF stop
Dial direction during
Tv/Av
1
Reverse direction
0
Standard
0
Disable
1
Weak
1
Enable (possible to set aperture on body w/o lens)
2
Strong
0
Rear LCD panel
3
Disable
1
LCD monitor (displayed when FUNC button pressed)
0
Protect (hold: Record memo)
0
Focus search on
1
Record memo (Protect: Disabled)
1
Focus search off
2
Play memo (hold: Record memo)
0
AF stop
0
Normal (enable)
1
AF start
1
Disable
2
AE lock
0
Default (from LV)
3
AF point: M
1
Quick start (<FEL>button)
4
ONE SHOT
–
4
5
Al Servo AF tracking method
Lens drive when
AF impossible
6
P
1
AF start
Tv
BULB
2
AE lock
Av
Apply
3
AF point:M
Auto/Auto
4
ONE SHOT
AI Servo
5
IS start
6
Switch to registered AF point
7
Spot AF
0
Disable (no adjustment for front or back-focus)
1
Adjust all by same amount
6
Lens AF stop button function
(select Canon Super-telephoto
IS lenses only)
Apply
7
ctr
8
9
0
Specified metering mode on camera’s LCD panel
1
Evaluative metering only in M mode
2
Adjust by lens
2
Partial metering only in M mode
0
Disable (one AF point only when manually selected)
3
Spot metering only in M mode
1
Left/right AF point
7
8
AF Microadjustment
AF expansion with
selected pt
2
Surrounding AF points
3
All 45 points area
Enable (apply user-registered range)
0
Off
–
Multi-controller while meter
Highest speed: 8000–15" (1-stop increments)
AF point selection
Lowest speed: 30"–4000 (1-stop increments)
0
45 points
Apply
1
11 points
2
19 points
Selectable AF point
0
1
Switch with <
Disable (no switching to registered settings)
2
Only while <
Enable (Press “ * ” button to switch settings)
0
direct: disable /
: enable
1
direct: disable /
:disable (auto AF select mode impossible to access)
: enable
–
With AE lock button (AF on)
12
AF point auto selection
With AE lock button (AF off)
0
Auto (shutter speed set based on ambient light)
1
1/300 sec - 1/60 sec. auto
2
1/300 sec. (fixed)
13
AF point display
during focus
Disable
–
14
Enable (±1 stops in 1/8-stop increments)
AF point brightness
Disable
Enable (±1 stops in 1/8-stop increments)
15
AF-assist beam firing
0
Off
1
Auto (camera decides whether to apply reduction)
2
On (noise reduction applied; 1 sec. and longer only)
0
Standard
1
Low
2
Strong
3
Disable
0
Disable
1
Enable
0
Standard
1
Low
3
Strong
Highlight tone priority
16
17
Orientation linked AF point
Mirror lockup
Start movie shooting
Focusing Screen
3
4
,
, Multi-controller
Auto Lighting Optimizer
C.Fn III: Autofocus/Drive
1
2
Lens drive when AF impossible
Lens AF stop button function
Timer length for timer
14
Shortened release
time lag
>
> is pressed
2
direct: enable /
0
On (red illumination on)
1
Off
2
On (lights momentarily when focus achieved)
15
16
Add aspect ratio
information
Add original verification
data
Ec-C IV
5
IS start
Ec-A, B, C, C II, C III, D, H, I, L
0
Normal
2
Ec-S
1
Multi-controller direct
3
Ec-N, R
2
Quick Control Dial direct
0
On
1
Off
0
Enable
1
Disable
0
Disable
1
Enable
0
Disable
3
4
AF point selection method
Superimposed display
6 sec. timer: 0–6–59 sec., 1–60 min.
_
5
AF-assist beam firing
16 sec. timer: 0–16–59 sec., 1–60 min.
6
Mirror lockup
0
Disable (standard 55ms “time lag”)
1
Enable (as low as 40ms, depending upon lens aperture)
1
Enable
0
Off
0
Disable
1
Aspect ratio 6:6
1
Adjust all by same amount
2
Aspect ratio 3:4
2
Adjust by lens
3
Aspect ratio 4:5
7
8
AF point area expansion
AF Microadjustment
4
Aspect ratio 6:7
0
Metering + AF start
5
Aspect ratio 10:12
1
Metering + AF start/AF stop
6
Aspect ratio 5:7
2
Metering start/Meter + AF start
0
Off
3
AE lock/Metering + AF start
1
On (used by optional Original Data Security Kit)
4
Metering + AF start/disable
0
Disable
1
Enable
1
Shutter button/AF-ON button
Normal
1
Brighter
0
Enable (Speedlite’s AF assist beam fires normally)
1
Disable
0
Normal (disabled)
2
IR AF assist beam only
1
Change quality
0
Same for both vertic./horiz.
2
Change Picture Style
1
Select different AF points
3
Menu display
0
Disable
4
Image replay
1
Enable (mirror lowers after each shot)
5
Quick control screen
2
Enable: Down with SET (mirror remains up until SET pressed)
6
Record movie (Live View)
0
Normal
1
Reverse direction
0
Eg-A
1
Eg-D
2
Eg-S
0
Off
1
On
–
2
3
4
AF-ON/AE lock button switch
Assign SET button
Dial direction during Tv/Av
High speed: 10 - 2 fps (per shot)
Low speed: 1 - 9 fps (per shot)
5
Focusing screen
Apply
Disable
Limit continuous shot count
–
Enable
ctr
C.Fn IV: Operation/Others
0
Register
19
Auto/Auto
AI SERVO
1
Enable (applies user-registered fps rates)
Continuous shooting
speed
Highlight Tone Priority
Apply
Disable (shoots at default fps rates)
18
High ISO speed noise reduction
0
Time after release: 0–2–59 sec., 1–60 min.
Disable
Switch to registered AF point
11
(reverse functions in M mode for top/rear dials)
Register
Outer 9 points
11
10
13
4
Max. aperture ((Min. f/): 1.0–64
Button function
2
Long exposure noise reduction
Enable (apply user-registered changes)
Inner 9 points
Min. aperture (Max. f/): 1.4–91
WB + media/image size
setting
Button function when
<off>
12
3
–
Av setting without lens
1
Disable (use camera’s built-in settings)
1
10
Assign SET button
Forward: -20 ……. 0 …… +20 Backward
Disable
Center-weighted average only in M mode
4
5
M
–
FE
Microadjustment
Auto Lighting Optimizer
1
5
–
High ISO speed
noise reduction
2nd-curtain synchronization (EOS Speedlites only)
Release/2nd shot onward – Drive speed priority
AE
Microadjustment
Long exp. noise
reduction
1
1/2-stop
0
2
3
C.Fn II: Image/Flash exp/Display
1
Metering + AF start (at both buttons)
Exposure level increments
2
Register
15
0
1/3-stop
1
1
Picture Style
Apply
Flash sync. speed in
Av mode
1st-curtain synchronization
0
Apply
4
Register
Apply shooting/
Metering mode
0
Register
C.Fn IV: Operation/Others√Operation/Others
AF priority/2nd shot onward – Drive speed priority
AI Servo 1st/2nd image
priority
Enable (apply user-registered aperture range)
14
Average flash metering over all 63 metering zones
–
(Cont.)
Setting
1
Disable (use lens’s full aperture range)
Set aperture value range
1
19
No.
ISO Speed
Register
13
Evaluative flash metering
Function Description
C.Fn I: Exposure
Image size
9
Set shutter speed range
0
Limited shots: 99–2
2
4
12
Disable
3
Register
Exposure mode in
manual expo.
4
Custom
Function
Slow: -2, -1, 0, +1, +2: Fast
AI Servo tracking sensitivity
Enable (only metering modes registered are selectable)
11
Setting
AF priority/2nd shot onward – Tracking priority
Disable (all metering patterns available)
Select usable
metering modes
No.
–
Register
10
Function Description
0
2
Enable (only modes registered are selectable)
Select usable
shooting modes
Custom
Function
C.Fn III: Autofocus/Drive
Disable (all exposure modes available)
9
Setting
No.
6
Add original decision data
162
EOS 50D Custom Function Chart
EOS 7D Custom Function Chart
Custom
Function
Function Description
No.
Setting
Custom
Function
Function Description
System Chart
No.
Setting
EOS-1Ds Mark III and EOS-1D Mark IV Only
C.Fn I: Exposure
C.Fn I: Exposure
1
Exposure level increments
2
ISO speed setting increments
3
ISO expansion
4
Bracketing auto cancel
5
Bracketing sequence
6
Safety shift
7
Flash sync. speed in Av mode
0
1/3-stop
1
1/2-stop
0
1/3-stop
1
1-stop
0
Off
1
On
0
On
1
Off
2
3
Exposure level increments
2
ISO speed setting increments
3
ISO expansion
4
Bracketing auto cancel
2
3
4
5
9
10
11
Long exposure noise reduction
High ISO speed noise reduction
Highlight Tone Priority
AI Servo tracking sensitivity
AI Servo 1st/2nd image priority
AI Servo AF tracking method
Lens drive when AF impossible
AF Microadjustment
On
0
On
1
Off
0
0, –, +
1
–, 0, +
0
Disable
1
Enable (Tv/Av)
0
Auto
1
1/250–1/60 sec. (auto)
2
1/250 sec. (fixed)
0
Off
Enable (Tv/Av)
0
Auto
1
1/250–1/60 sec. (auto)
2
1/250 sec. (fixed)
0
Off
1
Auto
1
Auto
2
On
2
On
0
Standard
0
Standard
1
Low
1
Low
2
Strong
2
Strong
3
Disable
3
Disable
0
Disable
0
Disable
1
Enable
1
Enable
0
Standard
1
Low
2
Strong
3
Disable
0
Focus search on
1
Focus search off
Slow - | - 0 - | - Fast
6
Safety shift
7
Flash sync. speed in Av mode
1
2
3
4
Long exposure noise reduction
Manual AF pt. selection pattern
High ISO speed/noise reduction
Highlight Tone Priority
Auto Lighting Optimizer
VF display illumination
0
AF stop
Focus search on
1
AF start
1
Focus search off
2
AE lock
0
Disable
3
AF point: M
1
Adjust all by same amount
4
ONE SHOT
2
Adjust by lens
5
IS start
0
Normal
1
Multi-controller direct
Man. select.: AF point expansion
2
Quick Control Dial direct
Manual select.: Zone AF
0
On
1
Off
0
Enable
1
Disable
2
Only external flash emits
0
Disable
1
Enable
0
Disable
Display AF points position
1
Adjust all by same amount
2
Adjust by lens
Focus display in AI SERVO/MF
0
Metering + AF start
AF-assist beam firing
1
Metering + AF start/AF stop
2
Metering start/Meter + AF start
3
AE lock/Metering + AF start
0
Disable
1
13
Mirror lockup
Enable
1
Enable
2
Disable
0
Disable
1
Enable
0
Enable
1
Custom Controls
2
Dial direction during Tv/Av
Add image verification data
Add aspect ratio information
6
7
Lens drive when AF impossible
Lens AF stop button
AF point selection method
Superimposed display
AF-assist beam firing
Mirror lockup
AF Microadjustment
Disable
2
Enable external flash only
3
IR AF assist beam only
0
Same for both vertic./horiz
1
Select different AF points
0
Disable
0
Normal
1
Enable
1
Image replay
2
Picture Style
3
Menu display
4
Image replay
5
Quick Control screen
0
Normal
1
Reverse direction
0
Ef-A
1
Ef-D
2
EF-S
0
Off
1
On
0
LCD brightness
1
Image quality
2
Exposure comp/AEB setting
1
Reverse direction
0
Disable
1
Enable
0
Off
1
2
Aspect ratio 6:6
Aspect ratio 3:4
3
Aspect ratio 4:5
4
Aspect ratio 6:7
5
Aspect ratio 5:6
6
Aspect ratio 5:7
4
5
6
7
Interface Cable
IFC-500U
Angle Finder C
Battery Pack
LP-E6
Battery Magazine
BGM-E6
Battery Charger
LC-E6
Rubber Frame
Eb
Eyecup
Eb
Dioptric Adjustment
Lens E
Eg-Series Focusing
Screens
Eyepiece Extender
EP-EX15 II/EP-EX15
AF-ON/AE lock button switch
Assign SET button
Dial direction during Tv/Av
Focusing screen
Add original decision data
Assign FUNC. button
Wireless File Transmitter
WFT-E4 II A
AC Adapter Kit
ACK-E6
Car Battery Cable
CB-570
Car Battery Charger
CBC-E6
Wireless Remote
Controller RC-5
Wireless Remote
Controller RC-1
Original Data Security Kit
OSK-E3
Cable Release
Adapter T3
HDMI Cable HTC-100
Interface Cable
IFC-200U
Interface Cable
IFC-500U
Battery Pack
LP-E6
Battery Charger
LC-E6
Eyecup Eg
Dioptric Adjustment
Lenses Eg
Anti-Fog
Eyepiece Eg
Angle Finder C
Battery Magazine
BGM-E6
AC Adapter Kit
ACK-E6
Car Battery Cable
CB-570
Car Battery Charger
CBC-E6
Wireless Remote
Controller RC-5
Wireless Remote
Controller RC-1
Original Data Security Kit
OSK-E3
Remote Switch
Adapter T3
Interface Cable
IFC-200U
ctr
C.Fn IV: Operation/Others
Change camera button/control’s assigned function
Normal
Remote Switch
RS-80N3
Interface Cable
IFC-500U
Angle Finder C
Eyepiece Extender
EP-EX-15 II/EP-EX15
Remote Switch
60T3
Macro Ring Lite
MR-14EX
EOS 50D
Battery Grip BG-E2N
Wireless File Transmitter
WFT-E3A
Battery Pack
BP-511A
Battery Charger
CG-580 or CB-5L
Battery Magazine
BGM-E2
AC Adapter Kit
ACK-E2
Compact Power Adapter
CA-PS400
DC Coupler
DR-400
Eyecup
Eb
Car Battery Cable
CB-570
Rubber Frame
Eb
Dioptric Adjustment
Lens E
Ef-Series Focusing
Screens
Compact Power Adapter
CA-570
Video Cable
VC-100
Original Data Security Kit
OSK-E3
Extension Cord
ET-1000N3
Speedlite Transmitter
ST-E2
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PictBridge-compatible printer
PIXMA printer
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1
0
Interface Cable
IFC-200U
AI SERVO
Enable
3
mini-HDMI Cable HTC-100
HDMI Cable HTC-100
Auto/Auto
Disable
2
Original Data Security Kit
OSK-E3
Ec-Series Focusing Screens
EOS 50D Only
1
Shutter button/AF-ON button
Wireless File Transmitter
WFT-E5A
Macro Twin Lite
MT-24EX
0
1
*
EOS 7D
Continuous AF track priority
5
Wireless File Transmitter
WFT-E2 II A
Wireless File Transmitter
WFT-E2A
Remote Switch
Adapter RA-N3
Battery Grip BG-E7
0
Auto
Video Cable VC-100
(1Ds Mark III only)
Stereo AV Cable AVC-DC400ST
1
Continuous
Wireless Controller
LC-5
EOS 7D Only
Main focus point priority
0
Angle Finder C
270EX
0
1
Dioptric Adjustment
Lenses Eg
EOS 5D Mark II Only
Wireless File Transmitter
WFT-E4A
Release/Tracking priority
Stops at AF area edges
Anti-Fog
Eyepiece Eg
Eyecup Eg
EOS 5D Mark II
3
0
Interface Cable
IFC-200U
Timer Remote
Controller TC-80N3
C.Fn III: Autofocus/Drive
4
Car Battery Cable
CB-570
Battery Grip BG-E6
Release / Drive speed priority
3
AC Adaptor Kit
ACK-E4
Interface Cable
IFC-500U
Stereo Video Cable STV-250N
2
2
Battery Charger
LC-E4
430EX II
AF priority / Tracking priority
AF priority / Drive speed prior
1
Battery Pack
LP-E4
USB Cable
Protector
EOS-1Ds Mark III
EOS-1D Mark IV
0
1
C.Fn IV: Operation/Others
163
1
580EX II
1
Select AF area selec. mode
( : checkbox)
Orientation linked AF point
4
Off
C.Fn II: Image
12
3
1-stop
0
Disable
Auto select.: 19 point AF
8
1
–, 0, +
Manual select.: Spot AF
7
1/3-stop
0
Manual select.: Single point AF
6
1/2-stop
0
1
Bracketing sequence
C.Fn III: Autofocus/Drive
1
1
0, –, +
5
mini-HDMI Cable HTC-100
(EOS-1D Mark IV only)
Stereo AV Cable AVC-DC400ST
(EOS-1D Mark IV only)
1/3-stop
0
C.Fn II: Image
1
1
0
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Specifications
EOS-1Ds Mark III
EOS-1D Mark IV
EOS 5D Mark II
EOS 7D
EOS 50D
Autofocus System
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; 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, Single Manual
Point, Spot Manual Point, AF Point Expansion, or Zone AF selection available
TTL-CT-SIR CMOS Sensor; One-Shot and Al Servo AF with Focus
Prediction; Manual focusing confirmation possible with EF and
EF-S lenses; Automatic or manual focus point selection
Image Processor / Image Sensor
Dual "DIGIC III" / 36 x 24mm, single-plate CMOS Sensor with
Auto Sensor Cleaning
Dual DIGIC 4 / 27.9mm 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 / 22.3mm 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
Crop Factor
1.0x (full-frame)
1.3x (APS-H)
1.0x (full-frame)
• 16.1 Megapixel CMOS
Digital SLR Camera
• Built-in 3.0" (approx.
920,000 dots) wide viewing
angle color monitor
• 62 Custom functions in
4 groups
• Multi-controller
• Simultaneous RAW and JPEG
image capture
• Dioptric adjustment
• 21.1 Megapixel CMOS
Digital SLR camera
• 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
• 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
• 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
• 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
• Full HD video
1.6x (APS-C)
1.6x (APS-C)
• 18.0 Megapixel CMOS
• FE lock
Digital SLR camera
• Mirror lock
• Built-in 3.0" (approx. 920,000 dots) • Retractable built-in E-TTL II
wide viewing angle color monitor
flash, with Integrated
• 27 Custom Functions in 4 Groups Speedlite Wireless Transmitter
• Custom Control Screen
• USB 2.0 Hi-Speed compatible
• Multi-controller
• Magnesium alloy body
• Dual Axis Electronic Level Display • Picture Style
• Simultaneous RAW and JPEG • Live View Function & Face
image capture
Detection Live mode
• Dioptric adjustment
• Dust Reduction Feature
• Depth-of-field preview
• Full HD video
• 15.1 Megapixel CMOS
Digital SLR camera
• Built-in 3.0" (approx.
920,000 dots) wide viewing
angle color monitor
• 25 Custom functions with 72
settings
• Multi-controller
• Simultaneous RAW and JPEG
image capture
• Dioptric adjustment
• Depth-of-field preview
• FE lock
• Mirror lock
• Retractable built-in E-TTL II
flash
• 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
Special Features
• 21.1 Megapixel CMOS
Digital SLR camera
• Built-in 3.0" (approx.
230,000 dots) wide viewing
angle color monitor
• 57 Custom functions in
4 groups
• Quick Control Dial
• Simultaneous RAW and JPEG
image capture
Movie 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): 60p (59.94) / 50p.
1920 x 1080 (Full HD): 30p, 640 x 480 (SD): 30p
1920 x 1080 (Full HD): 30p (29.97)/24p (23.976)/25p, 1280 x
720 (HD): 60p (59.94)/50p, 640 x 480 (SD): 60p (59.94) / 50p.
—
Number of Focusing Points
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)
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 an additional, diagonally mounted, high-precision
cross-type sensor with f/2.8 or faster lenses
ISO Range*
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, 12800 via Custom Function
ISO 100–3200, ISO 6400 and 12800 via Custom Function
Recording Media
UDMA CF/CF (Type I or II) card, SD/SDHC memory card
UDMA CF/CF card (Type I or II), SD/SDHC memory card
UDMA CF/CF (Type I or II) card
UDMA CF/CF (Type I or II) card
UDMA CF/CF (Type I or II) card
Frames Per Second
Single, 3.0 fps, 5.0 fps
Single, 10.0 fps, 3.0 fps
Single, 3.9 fps
Single, 8.0 fps, 3 fps
Single, 3.0 fps, 6.3 fps
Shutter Speeds
30–1/8000 sec. & Bulb; manually settable in 1/3-, 1/2-, 1stop increments
30–1/8000 sec. & Bulb; manually settable in 1/3-, 1/2-, 1stop increments
30–1/8000 sec. & Bulb; manually settable in 1/3-, 1/2-stop
increments
30–1/8000 sec. & Bulb; manually settable in 1/3- or 1/2-stop
increments
30–1/8000 sec. & Bulb; manually settable in 1/3- or
1/2-stop increments
Autofocus Sensitivity
EV -1–18 (at ISO 100)
EV -1–18 (at ISO 100 with f/1.4)
EV -0.5–18 (at ISO 100)
EV -0.5–18 (at ISO 100)
EV -0.5–18 (at ISO 100)
Maximum Flash
Synchronization Speed
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
Metering System
TTL full-aperture metering:
• 63-zone Evaluative metering
• 8.5% Partial metering
• 2.4% Center spot metering
• 2.4% Spot metering (linked to
user-selected focusing point)
TTL full-aperture metering:
• 63-zone Evaluative metering
• 13.5% Partial metering
• 3.8% Center spot metering
• 3.8% Spot metering (linked to
user-selected focusing point)
TTL full-aperture metering:
• 35-zone Evaluative metering
• 8% Partial metering
• 3.5% Center spot metering
• Center-weighted average metering
• Pre-flash metering (E-TTL II)
iFCL TTL full-aperture metering:
• 63-zone Evaluative metering
• 9.4% Partial metering
• 2.3% Center spot metering
• Center-weighted average metering
• Pre-flash metering (E-TTL II)
TTL full-aperture metering:
• 35-zone Evaluative metering
• 9% Partial metering
• 3.8% Spot metering
• Center-weighted average metering
• Pre-flash metering (E-TTL II)
• Multi-spot metering
(up to 8 spot readings)
• Center-weighted average
metering
• Pre-flash metering (E-TTLII)
• Multi-spot metering
(up to 8 spot readings)
• Center-weighted average
metering
• Pre-flash metering (E-TTL II)
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 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 1–20 for all patterns (at ISO 100 with f/1.4 lens)
Exposure Compensation
±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
±2 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
±2 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
AE Lock
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Exposure Modes
• Shutter Speed-priority AE
• Aperture-priority AE
• Program AE (shiftable)
• Manual
Viewfinder Coverage
Approx. 100% horizontal/vertical at 0.76x
• E-TTL II Flash AE
• Flash Metered Manual
• Bulb
• Shutter Speed-priority AE
• Aperture-priority AE
• Program AE (shiftable)
• Manual
• E-TTL II Flash AE
• Bulb
• Full Auto
• Manual
• E-TTL II Flash AE
• Program AE (shiftable)
• Shutter Speed-priority AE
• Aperture-priority AE
• Creative Auto
• Program AE (shiftable)
• Shutter Speed-priority AE
• Aperture-priority AE
• Creative Auto
• Full Auto
• Manual
• E-TTL II Flash AE
• Bulb
• Program AE (shiftable)
• Shutter Speed-priority AE
• Aperture-priority AE
• Depth-of-Field AE
• Creative Auto
• Full Auto
• Manual
• E-TTL II Flash AE
• 6 PIC (Programmed
Image Control) modes
Approx. 100% horizontal/vertical at 0.76x
98% horizontal/vertical at 0.71x
Approx. 100% horizontal/vertical at 1x
95% horizontal/vertical at 0.95x
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
• Exposure compensation/
• Aperture value
Flash compensation
• AE Lock
• Exposure bracketing
• FE Lock
• Flash ready/Hi-speed sync
• Shots remaining
• Focus confirmation
• Max. burst
• White Balance +/• Multi-spot readings
• ISO speed
• Metering Pattern
• JPEG indicator
• Exposure level/
• RAW indicator
Flash exposure level/
• Battery check
Manual Exposure level
• Memory card full warning
Inside the picture area: Nineteen focusing points, 2.3% Spot
metering circle, optional grid display, available Dual Axis
Electronic Level. Displayed at the bottom of the viewing area:
Numeric and textual information with 7-segment LCD
Inside the picture area: Nine focusing points, 3.8% Spot
metering circle. Displayed at the bottom of the viewing area:
Numeric and textual information with 7-segment LCD
Viewfinder Information
Inside the picture area: Area AF Ellipse, illuminated AF points
and 2.4% Spot metering circle. Displayed at the bottom and
right side of the viewing area:
• Shutter speed
• Exposure compensation/
• Aperture value
Flash compensation
• AE Lock
• Exposure bracketing
• FE Lock
• Flash ready/Hi-speed sync
• Shots remaining
• Focus confirmation
• Max. burst
• White Balance +/• Multi-spot readings
• ISO speed
• Metering pattern
• JPEG indicator
• Exposure level/Flash
• RAW indicator
exposure level/Manual
• Battery check
exposure level
• Memory card full warning
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
Focusing Screen
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 wth Egseries focusing screens)
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
Body Dimensions (W x H x D)
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
5.83 x 4.36 x 2.9 in./148.2 x 110.7 x 73.5mm
5.7 x 4.2 x 2.9 in./145.5 x 107.8 x 73.5mm
Weight (w/o battery, lens, CF or SD)
42.7 oz./1,210g
41.6 oz./1,180g
28.6 oz./810g
28.9 oz./820g
25.7 oz./730g
• Shutter speed
• Aperture value
• AE Lock
• FE Lock
• Max. burst
• Exposure level
• Flash exposure
compensation
• Exposure bracketing
• Flash ready/High-speed sync
• B/W shooting
• Highlight Tone Priority
• Focus confirmation
• White Balance +/• ISO speed
• CF card full warning
• Shutter speed
• Aperture value
• AE Lock
• FE Lock
• Max. burst
• Exposure level
• Flash exposure
compensation
• Exposure bracketing
• Flash ready/High-speed sync
• Highlight Tone Priority
• Focus confirmation
• JPEG indicator
• Battery check
• CF card full warning
Intelligent Viewfinder System
• Shutter speed
• Aperture value
• AE Lock
• FE Lock
• Max. burst
• Exposure level
• Flash exposure
compensation
• Exposure bracketing
• Flash ready/
High-speed sync
• Highlight Tone Priority
• Focus confirmation
• White Balance +/• CF card full warning
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-5)
*Standard output sensitivity. Recommended exposure index.
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