High Image Quality
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CANON INC.
Digital Imaging Products Service Dept.
30-2, Shimomaruko 3-Chome, Ohta-ku,
Tokyo 146-8501, Japan
SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
The following precautions should be observed when servicing.
1.
Since many parts in the unit have special safety-related characteristics, always use genuine CANON replacement parts.
Especially critical parts in the power circuit block should not be replaced with other makes.
2.
Critical parts are marked with ! in the schematic diagrams.
When servicing, observe the original lead dress. If a short circuit is found, replace all parts which have been overheated or damaged
3.
by the short circuit.
After servicing, see to it that all the protective devices such as insulation barriers, insulation papers shields are properly installed.
4.
After servicing, make the following leakage current checks to prevent the customer from being exposed to shock hazards.
4-1 Leakage Current Cold Check
1) Unplug the AC cord and connect a jumper between the two prongs on the plug.
2) Measure the resistance value, with an ohmmeter, between the jumpered AC plug and each exposed metallic cabinet part
on the equipment such as screwheads, connectors, control shafts, etc. When the exposed metallic part has a return path to
the chassis, the reading should be between 1MΩ and 5.2MΩ. When the exposed metal does not have a return path to the
chassis, the reading must be ∞.
4-2 Leakage Current Hot Check
1) Plug the AC cord directly into the AC outlet. Do not use an isolation transformer for this check.
2) Connect a 1.5KΩ 10 watt resistor, paralleled by 0.15µF capacitor, between each exposed metallic parts on the unit and a
good earth ground such as a water pipe, as shown in the figure below.
3) Use an AC voltmeter, with 1000Ω/volt or more sensitivity, to measure the potential across the resistor.
4) Check all exposed metallic parts of the cover (Cable connection, Handle bracket, metallic cabinet.
Screwheads, Metallic overlays, etc), and measure the voltage at each point.
5) Reverse the AC plug in the AC outlet and repeat each of the above measurements.
6) The potential at any point should not exceed 0.75V RMS.
A leakage current tester (FLUKE MODEL : 8000A equivalent) may be used to make the hot checks.
Leakage current must not exceed 0.5 milliamp.
In case a measurement is outside of the limits specified, there is a possibility of a shock hazard, and corrective action must
be taken before returning the instrument to the customer.
AC VOLTMETER
DEVICE
UNDER
TEST
Test all
exposed
metal parts
1.5KΩ
0.15µF
Water pipe
(Earth Ground)
AC OUTLET
Figure. 1 Leakage Current Hot Check
CHAPTER 1. GENERAL DESCRIPTION
OF PRODUCT
CONTENTS
1 Development Background
1-1 Development Objectives -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 1-1
1-2 Product Concept ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 1-1
1-3 Design Concept -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 1-5
1-4 PowerShot G5 and PowerShot G3 Specification’ Comparison ------------------------------------------------------- 1-6
2 Features
2-1 High Image Quality --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 1-9
-High-precision, approx. 5-effective-megapixel CCD
Number of recording pixels <still image>: 2592 x 1944 ------------------------------------------------------------- 1-9
2-2 Full Features ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------1-10
-Digital zoom function with continuously changing angle of view
(Maximum of approximately 16x when used in combination with the optical zoom) -------------------------- 1-10
2-3 Ease of Operation ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------1-11
-Computer connection with Picture Transfer Protocol (PTP) support (5 new function) -------------------------1-11
2-4 System Accessories --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------1-12
-Lithium-Ion Battery Charger (CB-5L) sharing compatibility with EOS DIGITAL ---------------------------- 1-12
-Battery Charger (CG-570) sharing compatibility with Canon digital video camcorders -----------------------1-12
3 Exterior
3-1 Exterior Photos ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ 1-13
3-2 6-dimensional diagram --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 1-14
3-3 Nomenclature ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------1-15
3-4 UI Information. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ 1-16
4 Specifications
4-1 Camera Specifications -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------1-20
4-2 Function’s Availability and Data memory in Each Shooting Mode ------------------------------------------------ 1-26
4-3 Playback Compatibility --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 1-28
4-4 Accessory Specifications. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------1-29
5 System
5-1 Accessories compatibility -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------1-30
5-2 System Diagram ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------1-33
1 Development Background
1-1 Development Objectives
The PowerShot G series was developed for providing virtually the same performance as a single-lens
reflex camera in a compact camera, and it has received resounding support from artistically-oriented
advanced amateurs looking for picture quality and functionality.
The PowerShot G3, which went on sale in the fall of 2002, was a product designed as the flagship
model of the PowerShot series by incorporating enhancements in picture quality and functionality
such as a 4x zoom lens, Digital Imaging Processor (DIGIC), and second-curtain synchronization. Furthermore, we plan to introduce a new 5-megapixel CCD into this product design for launching a new
PowerShot G5 model with higher image quality in the PowerShot G series in the summer of 2003.
1-2 Product Concept
As the top model in the PowerShot G3 series, the PowerShot G5 aims to be top class in all major aspects of
camera performance - picture quality, functions, and appearance. The PowerShot G5 will carry the functions
and design of the PowerShot G3, but will sport a black body and replace the CCD with one having
approximately five million effective pixels in the camera unit.
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New features unique to the PS G5 (Spring 2003 model)
Updated features from the PS G3
PS: PowerShot
Improved features from the PS G3
High Image Quality
High- pr ecision, appr ox. 5. 0M camer a effect ive pixels C C D (Tot al of appr ox. 5. 3M
pixels)
Maximum r ecor ding pixels of st ill image : 2592 x 1944
High definition and fast processing with the Digital Imaging Processor “DIGIC”
High-speed AF and high-definition AE/AWB based on iSAPS technology
IO sensor enhances precision of AF, AE and AWB
Fine color reproduction owing to primary color filters
High-resolution large-aperture 4x zoom lens (35-140 mm : 35 mm film equivalent,
f/2.0-3.0, Retractable)
High-precision white balance (Auto + Six preset positions + Two custom positions)
Iris type aperture enables multi-stop iris control and elegant blur
Wide range of ISO-equivalent speed settings including the high image quality ISO 50
(AUTO / ISO 50/100/200/400 equivalent)
Noise reduction function reduces noise with slow shutter speed
Exif 2.2 (Exif Print) compliant
Full Features
Digit al zoom funct ion wit h cont inuously changing angle of view
(Appr ox. 4. 1x : Maxim
mu m of appr ox. 16x whhe n use d in combinat ion wit h t he opt ical zoom)
Macro function focuses close to 5 cm (wide-end) and 15 cm (telephoto-end)
Two types of AF control system (Single / Continuous)
AF range can be set arbitrarily
On/Off selection of AF-assist Beam available
Three types of metering function (evaluative metering, center-weighted average
metering and spot metering (Linked to focus frame/Fix to center))
Insertion of neutral density (ND) filter makes it possible to produce blur effects and to
take flash photos in macro mode
From 15-second to 1/2,000-second shutter speeds
Built-in flash with 3 flashing modes (Auto, on and off) with combination of red-eye
reduction (Flash range: 70 cm - 5.0 m (W), 70 cm - 4.0 m (T) - When ISO speed is set
to 100 equivalent)
Manually adjustable flash strength (Both of internal and external flash)
First-curtain sync and second-curtain sync selectable flash
External flash can be used
Slave function of external flash units can be used
12 types of shooting modes (including two custom positions)
6 photo effect positions (Vivid, Neutral, Low sharpening, Sepia, Black and White +
Custom)
Two bracketing functions (AE /Focus)
Choice of high speed mode (Approx. 2.0 shots/sec.) or normal mode (Approx. 1.5
shots/sec.) in continuous shooting (Under LCD monitor off conditions)
Interval shooting function for fixed-point observation over lon g periods
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Self-timer function for 2 or 10 seconds
Wireless delay (On time / 2 sec. delay / 10 sec. delay)
Settable display times for rec review (Off, 2 to 10 seconds) (Images can be erased
during display)
RAW mode recording can be selected during rec review
Total of 13 image quality modes (recording pixels (4) x compression (3) + RAW)
Two types of recording pixels for movie mode (QVGA/QQVGA)
Manual setting functions designed to meet user needs (Focus, Shutter speed and
Aperture value, Flash output, Exposure compensation)
AF, AE and FE lock function
Magnified replay for convenient image confirmation (from approx. 2x to 10x zoom)
(Also available during rec-review)
IO sensor automatically detects vertical or horizontal photography
Histogram displays during rec-review and replay
Sound memos of up to 60 seconds can be appended during replay
Long movie recording with audio (internal microphone and speake r, max. of 3 minutes)
First frame, Last frame, Next frame, Previous frame, Fast forward and Rewind available
during movie replay
Unwanted scenes can be deleted in movie replay mode (image and audio)
Direct Print function compatible (Card Photo Printers and Bubble Jet printers)
Supports DPOF format slide-shows and image transfers
My Camera function (Customizable of Start-up image, Start-up s ound, operation
sound, self-timer sound and shutter sound on-camera content can also be created.)
FAT12 / FAT16 and FAT32 support
Ease of Operation
C omput er connect ions wit h Pict ur e Tr ansfer Pr ot ocol (PTP) suppor t (5 new funct ion)
Real image type 4x optical viewfinder (diopter adjustable)
Vari-angle LCD monitor
1.8 inch low-temperature poly-silicon TFT LCD monitor with thin and low power
consumption back light
Manual focus setting equipped with focus fine-tuning function
A grip molded into body of camera and a strap attached to the camera at both ends
allow user to hold camera securely
User interface makes a diverse set of functions easy to understand (Main dial,
Independent mode dial, Mode lever, Function button ... etc)
Change to shooting mode by pressing the shutter button halfway (in replay mode)
Reset of all settings by one-touch operation
High-speed image feed on replay
Index replay (9-images)
Complies with the CF Type II st andard, allowing use of high-capacity storage media
USB Interface with multi-use connector (mini-B jack)
Selectable video output format (NTSC/PAL)
Twelve languages international support UI
Volume setting available for each operation sound
Large capacity lithium-ion rechargeable battery
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High Grade Exterior
Refer to 1-3 Desigh Concept
Black body that symbolizes “High level”
System Accessories
Lithium- ion battery charger that can also be used with EOS DIGITAL (CB- 5L)
Battery pack charger that can also be used with Canon digital video camcorders
(CG- 570)
Tele-converter (with up to 245 mm photography available (35 mm film equivalent)
Wide converter (with up to 24.5 mm photography available (35 mm film equivalent)
Support for EOS-type EX Speedlites (including the MR-14EX, MT-24EX)
Various Speedlite accessories (Such as transmitters and camera shoe cord 2) can be
used
Car battery kit (Optional) can be used
Software Applications
Win: Windows Mac: Macintosh
Full feature application software
-ZoomBrowser EX (Win) / ImageBrowser (Mac) enables customized image control and display
-Photorecord (Win) for easy layout and printing of many pictures
-PhotoStitch (Win/Mac) for creating panoramic pictures with precision
-RemoteCapture (Win/Mac) or remote picture-taking through a PC
-File Viewer Utility (Win/Mac) for converting RAW images
-Twain driver / WIA driver (Win)
-USB Mounter (Mac) that allows the system to handle the camera as a card reader *1
-Well-established third-party software
-Apple QuickTime (Win) (for movie replay)
-ArcSoft Phot oStudio (Win/Mac) (for still image processing/editing)
-ArcSoft VideoImpression (Win/Mac) (for movie processing/editing)
*1 The USB Mounter cannot be used from the models supporting the full PTP (Products to be marketed from spring, 2003.)
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1-3 Design Concept
>>Black body for sharp appearance
Black body to enhance appearance as the advanced model of the PowerShot G3 (advancement to five
megapixels)
--> Providing a sleek, sharp-looking image as a better high-performance camera
-Black body
The body uses the aluminum cover from the PowerShot G3 to keep the metallic feel and adds a
black alumite finish for sense of elegance.
-Metal parts for accenting the black body
A diamond cut finish has been applied to the mode dial and aluminum ring at the lens edge to
enhance the metallic feel. The metallic accents in the black body give the camera a more striking
black appearance.
>>Carrying the same operating features as the G3
Carrying over the large grip, main dial, independent power lever, and other operating features of the
PowerShot G3
-Main dial
Superior feel for Av/Tv/MF operations
Optimized dial position, angle, and shape
-Independent mode lever
Lever shape with comfortable operating feel and two-position system for smooth switching
between shooting and replay
-Slanted zoom/release button
Slanting has been applied to the entire lever section for a natural fitting of the finger on the
zoom/release button when holding the camera.
-Holding
Large grip for easy fitting of fingers
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2 Features
2-1 High Image Quality
-High-precision, approx. 5-effective-megapixel CCD (Total of approx. 5.3 megapixels)
Number of recording pixels <still image>: 2592 x 1944
The PowerShot G5 incorporates a CCD sensor with approx. 5.0-mega camera effective pixels in camera mode
(total of approx. 5.3-mega pixels), giving it the greatest number of pixels in the compact camera class.
This CCD adopts narrower pixel pitch in order to achieve a size almost as small as that of the PowerShot G3’s CCD. High sensitivity and a high S/N are nonetheless achieved by the newly developed
structure and driving system of CCD.
Table 2-1* shows the calculated resolution for each print size, given that the PowerShot G5 will use 2592 x
1944 recording pixels in large mode. As a result, 5 x 7”(cabinet) size will, for example, produce a print
with a resolutions of 6.4 lp/mm, which is close to the limits of visual acuity in humans. Even A3 size
will produce a print with a practical resolution of 2.5 lp/mm.
Table 2-1 Print Size and Resolutions Produced by thePowerShot G5 (Calculated Values)
* The resolutions indicated are derived from the number of pixels in the CCD; in actual practice, these resolutions
will be affected by the printer resolution.
* A couple composed of a white and black line is counted as one.
Large
Medium 1
Medium 2
Small
W x H (Pixel)
2592 x 1944
1600 x 1200
1024 x 768
640 x 480
Table 2-2 Recording Pixels by the PowerShot G5
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2-2 Full Features
- Digital zoom function with continuously changing angle of view (Maximum of approximately 16x when used
in combination with the optical zoom)
The digital zoom magnification of the
PowerShot G5 increases from approx. 3.6x,
employed on PowerShot G3 to approx. 4.1x
owing to employment of 5M-pixel CCD.
The field of view can be adjusted to a maximum of approx. 16x (35 mm film equivalent: 35 - 567 mm) by combining the
approx. 4.1x digital zoom magnification to
the optical 4x zoom lens.
In addition, because it is essential that the
image zooms in smoothly on the LCD monitor when using the digital zoom feature, there are several dozen image capturing
positions for the monitor display. In light of
practical considerations, there are 6 positions, including both end positions, at which
Table 2-3 Focal length and capturing pixels of digital zoom
zooming can actually stop.
In the PowerShot G5, the functions provided by
“DIGIC” allow digital zoom and optical zoom to be performed at equivalent zoom speeds, so that
there is no difference that is noticeable in actual use.
Fig. 2-1 Conceptual diagram of Digital Zoom
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2-3 Ease of Operation
-Computer connection with Picture Transfer Protocol (PTP) support (5 new function)
Because the PowerShot G3 supports PTP, a standard protocol, driver-less image communications with
computers are possible when combined with recent operating systems (Windows XP or Mac OS X
(version 10.1/10.2)).
Futhermore computer-controlled camera functions have been added to the PowerShot G5 (Additional functions are shown below in bold).
-View images on the camera using the PC
-Transfer images from the camera to a PC
-Delete images on the camera using the PC
-Remote Capture (Shooting from PC)
-Transfer images from the PC to the camera
-My Camera function settings
-Format the CF card
-Settings such as the “Date” and “owner”
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2-4 System Accessories
- Lithium-Ion Battery Charger (CB-5L) sharing compatibility with EOS DIGITAL
The PowerShot G5 battery pack (for rechargeable lithium-ion battery: BP-511/512) is compatible with the
PowerShot G2/G3, and the Battery Charger (CB-5L) developed for the EOS DIGITAL can also be
used.
- Battery Charger (CG-570) sharing compatibility with Canon digital video camcorders
The PowerShot G5 battery pack (BP-511/512) can also be used with the Battery Charger (CG-570) developed
for Canon digital video camcorders.
With the CG-570 charger, batteries are charged by using with the Compact Power Adapter (CA-560/
570) or Car Battery Cable (CB-570). Although the CG-570 is more compact than the CG-560 Battery
Adapter, the CG-570 does not have a rapid-charge function or power supply function to the camera
like the CG-560.
Fig. 2-2 Battery Charging System
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3 Exterior
3-1 Exterior Photos
Photo 3-1 PowerShot G5 Front
Photo 3-2 PowerShot G5 Back
Photo 3-3 PowerShot G5 setup Tele-converter
Photo 3-5 Setup Speedlite 550EX
Photo 3-4 PowerShot G5 setup Wide Converter
Photo 3-6 Setup Macro Ring Lite
MR-14EX
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Photo 3-6 Setup Macro Twin Lite
MT-24EX
3-2 6-dimensional diagram
69.9 (2.75)
43.5 (1.71)
71.7 (2.82)
73.9 (2.91)
CA
NO
N
m
ZOOM
.8 m
LENS 7.2-28
.
1:2
.0
0-3
121.0 (4.76)
122.0 (4.80)
Unit: mm (inch)
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3-3 Nomenclature
Indicator
LCD monitor
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3-4 UI Information
>Rec.Menu
Flash Sync
>1st>curtain
>2nd>curtain
Spot AE Point
>Center
>AF Point
Slow Synchro
>On
>Off
ND filter
>On
>Off
Flash Adjust
>Auto
>Manual
MF>Point Zoom
>On
>Off
Red>eye
>On
>Off
AF Mode
>Continuous
>Single
Cont. Shooting
(Standard)
(High speed)
AF>assist Beam
>On
>Off
Self>timer
>10seconds
>2 seconds
Digital Zoom
>On
>Off
Wireless Delay
>0 seconds
>2 seconds
>10 seconds
Review
>Off
>2 sec. to 10 sec.
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Intervalom eter
>>
S ave S ettings
>>
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>Replay Menu
>My Camera Menu
Protect
>Theme
>Start- up Image
>Start- up Sound
>Operation Sound
>Selftimer Sound
>Shutter Sound
>>
Rotate
>>
Erase all
>>
Slide Show
>>
Print Order
>>
Transfer Order
>>
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>Set up Menu
Beep
>On
>Off
Operation Vol.
>Off to 5
LCD Brightness
>Nomal
>Bright
Selftimer Vol.
>Off to 5
Auto Power Down
>On
>Off
File No.Reset
>On
>Off
Date/Time
Auto Rotate
>On
>Off
>>
Format
Distance Units
>m/cm
>ft/in
>>
Shutter Volume
>Off to 5
Language
Under
Construction
Playback Vol.(Replay)
>Off to 5
Under
Construction
Start>up Vol.
>Off to 5
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>>
Video System
>NTSC
>PAL
4 Specifications
4-1 Camera Specifications
Image sensor (CCD)
Camera effective pixels
Approx. 5.0 M pixels
Total pixels
Approx. 5.3 M pixels
Transfer method
Interline
Chip size
1/1.8 in.
Aspect ratio
4:3
Filter type
Primary color filter (Beyer type)
Lens
Focal length
7.2 (W) - 28.8 (T) mm (35mm film equivalent: 35 (W) - 140 (T) mm)
f/number
f/2.0 (W) - f/3.0 (T)
Lens construction
8 elements in 7 groups (including 2 aspherical lens)
Optical zoom
4x
Focusing range
Normal
: 50 cm (1.6 ft.) - infinity
(from tip of the lens)
Macro
: 5 - 50 cm (2.0 in. - 1.6 ft.) (W), 15 - 50 cm (5.9 in. - 1.6 ft.) (T)
Manual focus: 5 cm (2.0 in.) - infinity (W), 15 cm (5.9 in.) - infinity (T)
Area of photograph
(at the closest focal
distance)
75 x 55 mm (3.0 x 2.2 in.) (W), 56 x 42 mm (2.2 x 1.7 in.) (T)*
* When Close-up lens 250D (58 mm) is attached:
T : 37 x 28 mm (1.5 x 1.1 in.)
Magnification of photograph
(at the closest focal
distance)
0.49x (W), 0.63x (T), 0.94x (with Close-up lens)
(35mm film equivalent)
Optical viewfinder
Type
Real-image zoom viewfinder
Picture coverage
Approx. 83 %
Eyepoint
15 mm
Dioptric adjustment
-3 ~ +11/m (dpt)
LCD monitor
Type
Low-temperature polycrystalline silicon TFT color LCD
Effective pixels
Approx. 118 K pixels
Display size
46 mm diagonal (1.8 in.)
Picture coverage
100 %
Brightness
2 steps (Normal/High)
Focusing
Control system
TTL Autofocus (Continuous / Single)
Manual focus
Available
Focusing frame
1-point AF (Any position is available)
Focusing range
Normal / Macro
AF lock
Available
AF-assist beam On/Off
Available
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Exposure control
Metering methods
Evaluation / Center-weighted averaging / Spot
(Metering frame with Spot mode: Center / Focusing frame linked)
Exposure control methods
Program AE/ Shutter-priority AE/ Aperture-priority AE/ Manual
AE lock
Available
Exposure compensation
+/- 2 EV in 1/3-step increments
Sensitivity (Equivalent film
speed)
AUTO / ISO 50/100/200/400 equivalent
(Camera automatically sets optimum speed when "AUTO" is selected.)
On/Off selection of ND
(Neutral Density) Filter
Availabl e (On: Approx. 3 steps light of reduction)
White balance
Modes
TTL auto / Pre-set (Daylight / Cloudy / Tungsten / Fluorescent / Fluorescent H /
Flash) / Custom (2 positions)
Shutter and aperture
Shutter type
Mechanical shutter and electronic shutter
Aperture type
Iris type aperture
Shutter speed
15 - 1/2,000 sec.
1.3 sec. or more shutter speed is only available in Shutter speed-priority AE or
Manual mode.
When aperture range is set in Aperture-priority mode or Manual mode, the
relation between shutter speed and aperture value is as shown in the table below.
f/number availability
Zoom position
Shutter speed
15 - 1/1,250
(W)
(T)
f/number
15 - 1/2,000
- f/3.5
- f/5.0
f /4.0 f/5.6 -
f/2.0 - 8.0 (W), f/3.0 - 8.0 (T)
Flash (Built-in)
Operation modes
(Auto / On / Off) × (Red-eye reduction On / Off)
Flash range
70 cm - 5.0 m (2.3 - 16.5 f t.) (W), 70 cm - 4.0 m (2.3 - 13.1 f t.) (T)
(When ISO speed is set to 100 equivalent.)
Flash sync speed
1/60 - 1/250 sec.
(15 - 1/250 sec. when in Shutter priority AE or manual mode.)
Recycling time (Full flash)
10 sec. or less
(battery voltage = 7.4V)
Flash exposure compensation +/- 2 EV in 1/3-step increments
Manual flash output setting
3 steps (strong [100 % flash] / normal / low)
FE lock
Available
Slow-sync.
Available
Second curtain
Available
Flash (External)
Flash contacts
Sync-terminals at accessory shoe
Recommended flashes
Canon SPEEDLITE 220EX, 380EX, 420EX, 550EX
Macro-Ring-Light MR-14EX
Macro-Twin-Light MT-24EX
Flash exposure compensation +/- 2 EV in 1/3-step increments
FE lock
Available
Slow-sync.
Available
Second curtain
Available
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Shooting specifications
Shooting modes
Shooting functions
Digital zoom
AUTO / Creative zone (Program / Shutter speed priority / Aperture priority / Manual /
Custom1 / Custom2) / Programmed image control zone (Portrait / Landscape / Night
Scene / Stitch Assist / Movie)
Photo effects
Image quality adjustment
Approx. 4.1x (Maximum of approx. 16x zoom is available when combined with optical
zoom.)
Vivid / Neutral / Low sharpening / Sepia / Black & White / Custom effect
Contrast, Sharpness, Saturation (Can be set in the custom photo effect.)
Noise reduction
When shutter speed is set between 1.3 sec and 15 sec. .
Bracketing
Focus Bracketing
Available
Shooting of 3 images continuously while automatically shifting focal points.
(Shifting range can be set to "large", "medium" or "small". )
AEB (Auto Exposure
Bracketing)
Review
Shooting of 3 images bracketed automatically within the set range.
(The images can be bracketed up to +/- 2 steps at 1/3-step increments. If exposure
compensation is also set, the bracketing range will center on the exposure
compensation setting value.)
Off / 2-10 sec. (1 sec. increments)
Recording format can be changed from JPEG to RAW, while reviewing an image.
Camera start-up time
/ Release time lag
Mode
Shooting
Replay
Shooting interval
Finder
Camera start-up Release time lag
LCD monitor On (Start-up display On)
LCD monitor On (Start-up display Off)
LCD monitor Off (Start-up display Off)
Start-up display On
Start-up display Off
3.8 sec.
3.8 sec.
3.0 sec.
2.8 sec.
2.4 sec.
0.1 sec. or less
0.1 sec. or less
0.1 sec. or less
-
2.0 sec. (Single, LCD monitor On) / 2.2 sec. (Continuous, LCD monitor On)
/ 2.2 sec. (Single, LCD monitor Off)
* Focus : Normal, Wide
* The actual shooting interval time consists of the shutter speed time added to the
above times.
Continuous shooting
Speed mode selection
High speed* / Normal speed
It is not possible to check images while shooting continuously in High speed.
Speed
High speed: Approx. 2.0 shots/sec. Normal : Approx. 1.5 shots/sec.
(Large / Fine mode and LCD monitor is Off)
Number of shots
Recording pixels
Compression
SF
Number of shots
L
6
F
11
N
21
M1
M2
15
25
26
44
51
83
S
57
94
129
RAW
Intervalometer
Self-timer
Wireless control
Operation from PC
3
The above data shows the maximum number of shots for each recording pixels and
compression setting.
Despite achieving the maximum number of shots, continuous shooting is still
available. However the shooting speed is reduced.
Interval time : Approx. 1-60 min (1 min. increments)
Number of shots : 2-100 images (Maximum number of shots vary according to the CF
card capacity.)
Operates with approx. 2 sec. or approx. 10 sec. count-down.
Available (Playback is available too)
(On time / 2 sec. delay / 10 sec. delay)
Shooting operation is possible with the use of "RemoteCapture" software when the
camera is connected to the PC.
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Recording specifications
<Still image>
File format
Design rule for Camera File system
Digital Print Order Format (DPOF) Version 1.1 compliant
Image recording format
JPEG(Exif 2.2) / RAW
JPEG compression mode
Super Fine / Fine / Normal
Number of recording
pixels
Large: 2592 x 1944, Medium 1: 1600 x 1200,
Medium 2: 1024 x 768, Small: 640 x 480
Recording capacity
L/SF
L/F
L/N
M1/SF M1/F
File Size (KB)
2503
1395
695
1002
FC-8M
FC-16M
FC-32M
FC-64M
FC-128M
FC-256MH
MD-340
MD-512
MD-1GB
2
5
11
24
49
99
138
207
409
4
10
21
43
88
177
247
368
728
10
21
43
88
176
355
495
728
1426
7
14
30
61
122
246
343
512
993
*
558
M1/N M2/SF M2/F
M2/N S/SF
S/F
S/N
RAW
278
570
320
170
249
150
84
4725
13
26
26
52
54
108
109
217
219
435
440
868
614 1213
910 1726
1726 3280
12
25
53
107
215
431
597
886
1726
23
46
94
189
379
762
1065
1561
2982
42
84
174
349
700
1390
1898
2733
4687
29
58
120
241
482
962
1323
1929
3645
47
94
196
393
788
1563
2183
2981
5468
83
165
337
676
1355
2720
3640
4686
8202
0
2
5
12
25
51
72
109
219
The above data is measured under Canon’s testing standard and may vary
depending on the scene, subjects or camera settings.
<Movie>
File format
AVI
Recording format
Image Motion JPEG
Number of recording pixels
QVGA 320 x 240
Frame rate / Recording
time
Audio WAVE (Monaural)
QQVGA 160 x 120
Frame rate (fps)
Recording time (min)*
15
15
3
3
320 x 240
160 x 120
*
The maximum recording time with an individual movie clip.
* The CF card is required to contain the fixed space or over.
Recording capacity
File Size (KB)
320 240
330
160 120
120
FC-8M
FC-16M
FC-32M
FC-64M
FC-128M
FC-256MH
MD -340
MD -512
MD-1GB
21"
44"
91"
183"
368"
735"
1015"
1490"
2733"
58"
118"
242"
486"
973"
1954"
2729"
3644"
6562"
*
The above data is measured under Canon’s testing standard and may vary
depending on the scene, subjects or camera settings.
<Common>
Storage media
Format
CompactFlashTM (CF) card (Type
FAT12 / FAT16 and FAT32
I
or Type II )
* When formating with the camera, it automatically selects FAT12 and FAT16
according to the capacity of the CF card. When the capacity of the CF card
is 2GB or over, FAT32 is selected.
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Replay specifications
Replay modes
Single / Index (9 thumbnail images) / Magnification / Movie
< Still image>
Magnification
Approx. 2 - 10x
Automatic
vertical/horizontal
detection
Available (Owing to IO sensor)
* Images are displayed vertically or horizontally according to the camera’s
shooting position.
Image rotation
Rotates image to 90-degree or 270-degree
* Replays according to the LCD monitor and video output settings.
Histogram
S ound memos
Slide show
Displays brightness allocation of image. (Available during review.)
Maximum of 60 sec. sound recording and sound replaying per image.
Interval time : 3-10 sec. / 15 sec. / 30 sec. / Manual
* The slide show function only plays images selected with the DPOF settings
(with checkmarks).
Repeat : On/Off
DPOF
Print order / Slide show / Image transfer
Direct print
Card photo printers : CP-100, CP-10, CP-200, CP-300
BJ printers with Direct print support :
(for Japan)
BJ 895PD, BJ 535PD, PIXUS 50i, PIXUS 450i, PIXUS 470PD
(for overseas) S830D, S530D, i70, i450, i470D
<Movie>
S pecial replay
Editing
First frame / Last frame / Next frame / Previous frame / Fast forward / Rewind
Unnecessary frames can be erased. (Refer to "Erasing mode".)
Erasing specifications
Erasing modes
Still images: Single image / All images
* The image data recorded with the Design rule for Camera File system’s format
can be erased. However, protected images cannot be erased.
Movie
: Part of movie* / All of movie
* Can be erased from start-point to mid-point or from mid-point to end- point with
the movie editing function. Furthermore, frames can be erased both from startpoint to mid-point and from mid-point to end-point simultaneously.
Protection
Erase prohibited (Setting in replay mode.)
Interface
Computer I/F
USB * (mini-B jack)
*
All procedures performed with a connection to a USB 2.0 compliant board are
not guaranteed.
Communication setting
PTP
Video out
NTSC/PAL
Audio out
Monaural
Others
Languages
12 languages are available for menu and messages.
English, German, French, Dutch, Danish, Finnish, Italian, Norwegian, Swedish,
S panish, Simplified Chinese and Japanese
My Camera settings
Selectable items
S tart-up image, Start-up sound, Shutter sound, Operation sound and Self-timer sound
*Each item can be created by users with the camera.
S pecifications
Items
Start-up image
Start-up sound
Shutter sound
Operation sound
Self-timer sound
File size
specifications
20 KB 320x240 pixels, JPEG file with 4: 2 : 0 or 4: 2 :2, Aspect ratio of 4: 3
10.9 KB
11 kHz : 1.0 sec. or less 8 k Hz : 1.3 sec. or less
WAVE
3.36 KB
11 kHz : 0.3 sec. or less 8 k Hz : 0.4 sec. or less
(monaural)
3.36 KB
11 kHz : 0.3 sec. or less 8 k Hz : 0.4 sec. or less
8bit
21.7 KB
11 k Hz : 2.0 sec. or less 8 k Hz : 2.0 sec. or less
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Power supplies
Primary batteries
Not usable
Secondary batteries
Rechargeable Lithium-ion battery (BP-511/512)
AC adapter
Compact Power Adapter (CA-560)
Car battery adapter
Car Battery Cable Kit (CR-560)
Sub-battery
Coin-type secondary Lithium battery (CR-2025)
Battery performance
Number of shots
LCD monitor On : Approx. 450 shots
LCD monitor Off : Approx. 1,050 shots
Under Canon standard conditions:
Using BP-511. Normal temperature (23 C ). LCD viewfinder is On. Shoot images at
wide angle and at telephoto end alternately with 20 seconds intervals. Use flash at
every fourth shot. Turn camera off and on at every eight shot.
Replay time
Approx. 360 min.
Under Canon standard conditions:
Using BP-511. Normal temperature (23 C). Repeat replay automatically at a
speed of 1 image per 3 seconds. Factory default brightness setting.
Battery Charging time
Inside the camera
Use of CA-560
Adequate charge for use (Approx. 90 %) : Approx. 80 min
Full charge (100 %)
: Approx. 200 min
Use of CR-560 (CG-560 + CB-560)
Adequate charge for use (Approx. 90 %) : Approx. 80 min
Full charge (100 %)
Charger
: Approx. 200 min
Use of CB-5L
Adequate charge for use (Approx. 90 %) : Approx. 90 min
Full charge (100 %)
: Approx. 150 min
Use of CG-560 + CA-560 / CG-560 + CB-560
Adequate charge for use (Approx. 95 %) : Approx. 80 min
Full charge (100 %)
: Approx. 170 min
Use of CG-570 + CA-560 / CG-570 + CA-570 / CG-570 + CB-570
Adequate charge for use (Approx. 90 %) : Approx. 95 min
Full charge (100 %)
: Approx. 125 min
Power-saving function On/Off Available
Shooting mode:
Powers down approx. 3 minutes after last operation.
Replaying mode:
Powers down approx. 5 minutes after last operation.
Does not power down in Slide Show mode.
Printer connection: Powers down approx. 5 minutes after last operation.
PC connection:
Does not power down even if the power-saving function is On.
Camera specificat ions
Operating temperature
0 - 40 C
Operating humidity
10 - 90 %
Dimensions (W x H x D)
121.0 x 73.9 x 69.9 mm (4.76 x 2.91 x 2.75 in.) (Excluding protrusions)
Weight
Approx. 410 g (14.5 oz) (Camera body only)
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4-2 Function’s Availability and Data memory in Each Shooting Mode
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1-27
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4-4 Accessory Specifications
-Battery Charger (CB-5L)
Use for
: BP-511 / BP-512
Rated input
: AC 100 - 240V (50/60 Hz)
Rated output
: DC 8.4 V
Charging time
: Approx. 90 min.
Operating temperature : 0 - 40 C
Dimensions
: 67.0 x 32.3 x 91.0 mm
(2.6 x 1.3 x 3.6 in.)
Weight
: Approx. 105 g (3.7 oz.)
When the code is not connected.
-Battery Charger (CG-570)
Use for
: BP-511 / BP-512
Rated input
: (with CA-560) DC 9.5 V (2.7 A)
(with CA-570) DC 8.4 V (1.5 A)
(with CB-570) DC 12 V / 24 V
Rated output
: DC 8.4 V / 1.45 A
Charging time
: Approx. 95 min.
Operating temperature : 0 - 40 C
Dimensions
: 73.0 x 93.0 x 36.0 mm
(2.9 x 3.7 x 1.4 in.)
Weight
: Approx. 130 g (4.6 oz.)
-Compact power adapter (CA-570)
Use for
: BP-511 / BP-512
Rated input
: AC 100 - 240V (50/60 Hz)
29 VA (100 V) - 39 VA (240 V) : for Japan
- 17 W
: for international
Rated output
: DC 8.4 V / 1.5 A
Charging time
: Approx. 95 min. (when charging with CG-570)
Operating temperature : 0 - 40 C
Dimensions
: 52.0 x 90.0 x 29.0 mm
(2.0 x 3.5 x 1.1 in.)
Weight
: Approx. 135 g (4.8 oz.)
When the code is not connected.
-Car battery cable (CB-570)
Dimensions
: Refer to the bellow figure
Weight
: Approx. 65 g (2.3 oz.)
Approx.
(Approx. 3.28 ft)
(2.68 in.)
(0.98 in.)
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1-30
1-31
1-32
5-2 System Diagram
Macro Ring Lite
MR-14EX (*1)
M
AC
R
O
Speedlite 380EX
Speedlite 420EX
IN
TE
LI
Close-up Lens
250D (58mm) (*1)
MT-24EX
5
m
Speedlite 220EX
W
Tele-converter
TC-DC58N
m
8
T
Wide Converter
WC-DC58N
Speedlite 550EX
Card Photo Printer
CP-300
Macro Twin Lite
MT-24EX
Conversion Lens Adapter
LA-DC58B
Soft Case
SC-DC10 (*3)
FC
-3
2M
Supplied with Camera
CF Card Reader
CF Card
FC-32M (*2)
Neck Strap
NS-DC2
Canon Digital Camera
Solution Disk
Direct Interface Cable
(Please refer to your
Bubble Jet Printer
Quick Start Guide for
cable information)
Wireless Controller
WL-DC100 (*2)
Lithium Battery CR2025
for Wireless Controller WL-DC100
Battery
Pack
BP-511
(*2)
Card Photo Printer
CP-100
Card Photo Printer
CP-10
Direct Interface Cable
DIF-100 (*2)
(Supplied with Card
Photo Printer
CP-100/CP-10)
AV Cable
AVC-DC100 (*2)
PowerShot G5
PCMCIA Adapter
(PC Card Adapter) (*3)
ArcSoft Camera
Suite CD-ROM
USB Interface Cable
IFC-300PCU (*2)
for PC and Macintosh
Lens Cap
Card Photo Printer
CP-200
Bubble Jet Printer (Compatible
with the direct print function)
PC Card Slot
USB Port
Macintosh Computer
Terminal
Cover
Compact Power
Adapter CA-560
(*2) (*5)
AC Cable
PC Card Slot
USB Port
Audio / V ideo
in Terminal
Battery Pack
BP-512
Charge Adapter / Car Battery
Cable Kit CR-560
Battery
Charger
CG-570 (*4)
Car Battery
Cable CB-570
Battery
Charger CB-5L
IBM PC/AT
Compatible Computer
TV / Video
CF Card (*3)
• FC-16M
• FC-32M
• FC-64M
• FC-128M
• FC-256MH
AC Cable
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• (*1) The separately sold Macro Lite Adapter 58C is required for the combined use of
Macro Ring Lite MR-14EX and Close-up Lens 250D.
• (*2) Also available for purchase separately .
• (*3) Not sold in some regions.
• (*4) Compact Power Adapter CA-560 or the separately sold Compact Power Adapter
CA-570 can be used to charge the battery pack from a household power source.
• (*5) Separately sold Compact Power Adapter CA-560 comes with an AC cable.
• For more information, see the User Guide supplied with the Bubble Jet Printer .
CHAPTER 2. TECHNICAL DESCRIPTION
CONTENTS
1. Functions of each unit
1.1 MAIN PCB ASS’Y --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 2-1
1.2 DC/DC CONVERTER PCB ASS’Y ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 2-1
1.3 LCD PCB ASS’Y ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 2-1
1.4 TOP MODULE UNIT ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ 2-1
1.5 EF FPC ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 2-1
1.6 STJ PCB ASS’Y ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ 2-1
2. Outline of Circuits
2.1 Power Supply Control ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ 2-2
2.1.1 Power Supply Block Diagram ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 2-2
2.1.2 Power Supply Control Sequence -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 2-2
2.2 Signal Processing ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ 2-3
2.2.1 System Control ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 2-3
2.2.2 Picture Processing ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 2-4
2.2.3 Audio Processing (Recording and Playback Functions) ------------------------------------------------------ 2-4
3. Troubleshooting ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 2-5
3.1 When an Error Code is Displayed ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 2-5
3.2 When a Problem Occurs ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 2-7
CHAPTER 2. TECHNICAL DESCRIPTION
1. Functions of each unit
1.1 MAIN PCB ASS’Y
1)
2)
3)
4)
Driving the CCD Sensor.
Conversion of the image signal from the analog signal to the digital signal.
Controlling the power supply and the system by CPU. (Refer to Sections 2.1 and 2.2.)
Image processing, and reading and writing the image signal to and from the CF card using DSP.
(Refer to Section 2.2.2.)
5) Video output. (Refer to Section 2.2.2.)
6) Microphone input and sound output. (Refer to Section 2.2.3.)
1.2 DC/DC CONVERTER PCB ASS’Y
1) Power supply drive (DC/DC converter).
2) Battery charging control circuit.
1.3 LCD PCB ASS’Y
1) Image display.
2) Backlight for LCD drive.
1.4 TOP MODULE UNIT
1) Operation switch, operation display and finder LED.
1.5 EF FPC
1) Flash control.
1.6 STJ PCB ASS’Y
1) Flash drive and charging circuit for the flash.
BUTTON PCB ASS'Y
TOP MODULE UNIT
LCD PCB ASS'Y
MAIN PCB ASS'Y
DC/DC CONVERTER PCB ASS'Y
Fig. 1
2-1
FLASH UNIT
CHAPTER 2. TECHNICAL DESCRIPTION
2. Outline of Circuits
2.1 Power Supply Control
The power supply is controlled by the CPU and DSP mounted on the MAIN PCB ASS’Y.
2.1.1 Power Supply Block Diagram
DC/DC CONVERTER
PCB ASS’Y
MAIN PCB ASS’Y
E0, E1 CONTROL
CPU
E2, E3
CONTROL
D14
E4
DSP
E21
REG
DC/DC
CONVERTER
DC-IN
BATTERY
CHARGE
CONTROL
E0 OUTPUT
VDD0_3.3
for System with CPU
E1 OUTPUT
VDD12-1.5
for DSP
E2 OUTPUT
VDD2_5.5
VDD2_15
VDD2_N7.5
for CCD
VDD3_12.3
for CCD
VDD3_20
for LCD Backlight
VDD4_5.0
for VIDEO Amp
VBATF
VBAT
for Motor Drive
REG
E3 OUTPUT
Q54
REG
Q22
Fig. 2 Power System Block Diagram
2.1.2 Power Supply Control Sequence
1) In the case of either "Battery is Installed" or External Power is Supplied to "DC-IN" connector;
CPU activates the other main functions. (E0, E1)
Operating the Dial Switch
Rec. Mode
Play Mode
1. Controls CCD (E2)
2. Controls LCD (E3)
3. Controls LCD backlight (E3)
1. Controls LCD (E3)
2. Controls LCD backlight (E3)
2) In case that Dial Switch is in "LOCK" position when "Battery is Installed";
Battery charging operation starts when external power is supplied to "DC-IN" connector.
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CHAPTER 2. TECHNICAL DESCRIPTION
2.2 Signal Processing
MAIN PCB ASS'Y
SDRAM
CF card
HD, VD
CLK
Drive Pulse
TG
DSP
CCD
Sensor
LENS
LCD
Driver
CDS, A/D
Motor Driver
Video
Amp
LCD
AV OUT
AF Support LED
FLASH MEMORY
FINDER LED
USB
CPU
RTC
MIC
Audio
Amp
MIC Amp
SPEAKER
BUZZER
SW
DIAL
KEY
Electric FLASH
Fig. 3 Signal System Block Diagram
2.2.1 System Control
The CPU on the MAIN PCB ASS’Y controls the lens (motor, shutter), microphone input, operation switch
receiver, USB communication and flowing circuits.
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
TG: Creation of the CCD drive pulse
CDS, A/D: CCD signal processing and conversion of the digital data
LCD Driver: Driving the LCD
FLASH MEMORY: Firmware and adjustment data memory
DSP: Picture processing
RTC: Clock count for watch
AF Support LED: AF auxiliary, self-timer and red-eye protection also serves as a lamp
Electric Flash: Flash and charging circuit
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CHAPTER 2. TECHNICAL DESCRIPTION
2.2.2 Picture Processing
1) The drive pulse of the CCD sensor is created by both clock from DSP and TG that is operated by
sync. signal.
The picture signal by the drive pulse is output from CCD sensor.
The output signal of the CCD picture is converted to the signal processing and the digital data by
the CDS and A/D converter, and is sent to the DSP.
2) The DSP circuit performs the following signal processing.
• Processes the picture data (using the SDRAM).
• Writes and reads the picture data to and from the CF card.
• Outputs the picture data to the CPU.
• Outputs analog video signal to the LCD and VIDEO OUT.
3) The video signal that is supplied form the DSP is controlled by the LCD driver and is displayed
on the LCD. The video amplifier is activated when the AV jack is inserted to the video jack and
drives the video signal in 75 Ω.
2.2.3 Audio Processing (Recording and Playback Functions)
1) During recording of moving picture
• Audio signal of microphone is converted to digital data by CPU and is recorded.
2) During playback, it is converted back to analog audio signal by CPU and is output from speaker
and AV jack.
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CHAPTER 2. TECHNICAL DESCRIPTION
3. Troubleshooting
3.1 When an Error Code is Displayed
[Remedy]
• Check for any abnormalities in the mounting of probable faulty parts or connector connections referring
to the table below.
• Try replacing probable faulty parts referring to the table below.
[NOTE]
• The error code is displayed on the Display Panel (B/W LCD PANEL).
• Adjustments must be performed after the part has been replaced. For details, see “CH.3 3. Adjustments”
Error Code
E02
Name
Occurrence Conditions
Cause and Probable Faulty Part
AF
AF processing did not end within the speci-
MAIN PCB ASS’Y
TIME OUT
fied time.
OPTICAL UNIT
The focus lens was not driven.
MAIN PCB ASS’Y
OPTICAL UNIT
E03
EF
Auto Flash Control did not end within the
MAIN PCB ASS’Y
TIME OUT
specified time.
OPTICAL UNIT
JPEG DMA
JPEG processing did not end within the
MAIN PCB ASS’Y
TIME OUT
specified time.
E14
UNKNOWN
When an error of unknown cause occurs.
UNKNOWN
E16
IMAGING
Communications between the CPU and pe-
MAIN PCB ASS’Y
TIME OUT
ripheral ICs did not end within the speci-
E09
fied time during or after photography in the
EVF mode.
LENS
ZOOM LENS
Feeding out of the lens barrel did not end
MAIN PCB ASS’Y
ERROR
within the specified time after the power
OPTICAL UNIT
was turned ON.
Detection of the zoom PI (photo-interrupter)
OPTICAL UNIT
failed.
MAIN PCB ASS’Y
The lens barrel is fed out with the lens cap
attached
→ Remedy: Remove the lens cap, and
restart the camera.
The zoom position error was detected.
OPTICAL UNIT
MAIN PCB ASS’Y
Either zoom movement is obstructed by
some external cause, or there was some
unintentional camera zoom movement.
→ Remedy: Restart the camera.
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CHAPTER 2. TECHNICAL DESCRIPTION
Error Code
E23
Name
CF NO SPACE
Occurrence Conditions
When the CF becomes full during writing
Cause and Probable Faulty Part
MAIN PCB ASS’Y
of photographed images to CF, writing is
repeatedly performed with the JPEG compression ratio successively increased to reduce the size of the image file until it can
be successfully written to CF. This error
occurs when writing of the JPEG image file
fails after 10 retries at increasingly higher
compression ratios.
* The same applies in the case of the Micro Drive.
E24
E25
E26
E27
POWER ON
The power of the imaging circuit on the
MAIN PCB ASS’Y
ERROR
MAIN PCB ASS’Y was not detected.
DC/DC CONVERTER PCB ASS’Y
The power of the LCD PCB ASS’Y was not
LCD PCB ASS’Y
detected.
HINGE UNIT
FOCUS PI
Detection of the focus PI (photo-interrupter)
OPTICAL UNIT
ERROR
failed.
MAIN PCB ASS’Y
CAPTURE
Writing of the photograph image to SDRAM
MAIN PCB ASS’Y
TIME OUT
did not end within the specified time.
CF WRITE
Free area could not be secured in the buffer
CF CARD/MICRO DRIVE
TIME OVER
for the photograph image within the speci-
MAIN PCB ASS’Y
fied time in the continuous shooting mode.
E30
POWER OFF
The camera power was turned OFF while
The battery or DC plug was removed while
ERROR
the image was being recorded to the CF
the image was being recorded to the CF
Card/Micro Drive (while the green LED was
Card/Micro Drive.
blinking). (The error code is displayed when
→ Remedy: Restart the camera.
the camera is next turned ON.)
* This error may occur after E23.
E50
E52
CF FORMAT
The CF Card/Micro Drive could not be for-
ERROR
matted properly.
QUICK REVIEW
Review of the photograph image failed.
ERROR
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CF CARD/MICRO DRIVE
MAIN PCB ASS’Y
CHAPTER 2. TECHNICAL DESCRIPTION
3.2 When a Problem Occurs
[Remedy]
• Check for any abnormalities in the mounting of probable faulty parts or connector connections referring
to the table below.
• Try replacing probable faulty parts referring to the table below.
[NOTE]
• Adjustments must be performed after the part has been replaced. For details, see “CH.3 3. Adjustments”
Problem (when an error code is not displayed)
Cause and Probable Faulty Part
The camera does not work.
DC/DC CONVERTER PCB ASS’Y
MAIN PCB ASS’Y
MAIN DIAL BRUSH
TOP MODULE UNIT
BATTERY BOX MAIN UNIT
BATTERY EJECT SPRING
POWER LEAD
The image is not displayed on the LCD Monitor.
HINGE UNIT
MAIN PCB ASS’Y
EF FPC
LCD PANEL
LCD PCB ASS’Y
BACK LIGHT UNIT
The image is not reversed even if the LCD Monitor is rotated.
HINGE UNIT
LCD PCB ASS’Y
MAIN PCB ASS’Y
The photograph image is abnormal.
OPTICAL UNIT
MAIN PCB ASS’Y
The zoom does not function.
OPTICAL UNIT
MAIN PCB ASS’Y
ZOOM BRUSH
TOP MODULE UNIT
The Display Panel (B/W LCD) is strange.
B/W LCD PANEL
CONTACT RUBBER
TOP MODULE UNIT
MAIN PCB ASS’Y
The Built-in Flash does not fire.
STJ PCB ASS’Y
DC/DC CONVERTER PCB ASS’Y
TOP MODULE UNIT
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CHAPTER 2. TECHNICAL DESCRIPTION
Problem (when an error code is not displayed)
Cause and Probable Faulty Part
EF FPC
The External Flash does not fire.
ACC. SHOE FPC
ACC. CONTACT UNIT
ACC. SHOE PIN
ACC. DETECT PLATE
Video output is strange.
STJ PCB ASS’Y
MAIN PCB ASS’Y
Communications with the personal computer is not possible.
STJ PCB ASS’Y
MAIN PCB ASS’Y
The CF card or Micro Drive is not recognized.
CF CARD/MICRO DRIVE
CF UNIT
MAIN PCB ASS’Y
Sound cannot be recorded.
MIC. UNIT
STJ PCB ASS’Y
MAIN PCB ASS’Y
Shutter sound/Sound is not played back.
SPEAKER UNIT
DC/DC CONVERTER PCB ASS’Y
MAIN PCB ASS’Y
Operations from the Wireless Controller are not accepted.
HV FPC
EF FPC
MAIN PCB ASS’Y
Buttons do not work.
EF FPC
TOP MODULE UNIT
MAIN PCB ASS’Y
The Mode dial does not work.
MODE DIAL BRUSH
TOP MODULE UNIT
MAIN PCB ASS’Y
The date setting is not held in memory.
BATTERY BOX MAIN UNIT
DATE LEAD
HV FPC
EF FPC
MAIN PCB ASS’Y
Battery charge error
DC/DC CONVERTER PCB ASS’Y
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CHAPTER 3. REPAIR INSTRUCTION
CONTENTS
1. Before Starting the Repair Work
1.1 Precaution on Flash High Tension Circuit ------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 3-1
1.2 List of Tools ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 3-1
1.3 List of Supplies -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 3-1
1.4 Flexible Connectors --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 3-2
2. Disassembly/Assembly
2.1 Procedure --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 3-3
2.2 Removal of Main Parts/Units ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 3-4
2.2.1 FRONT COVER UNIT ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 3-4
2.2.2 REAR COVER UNIT --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 3-5
2.2.3 BATTERY LID UNIT, DATE BATTERY HOLDER ------------------------------------------------------- 3-6
2.2.4 SIDE COVER, CF COVER -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 3-7
2.2.5 TOP COVER ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 3-8
2.2.6 SIDE COVER FRAME ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 3-9
2.2.7 MAIN BARREL UNIT, MICROPHONE UNIT -------------------------------------------------------------3-10
2.2.8 MAIN PCB ASS’Y, MAIN SHEET ---------------------------------------------------------------------------3-11
2.2.9 EVF UNIT, SUB FRAME -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 3-12
2.2.10 REAR PLATE UNIT, CF UNIT -------------------------------------------------------------------------------3-13
2.2.11 FLASH/JACK UNIT, SPEAKER UNIT ----------------------------------------------------------------------3-14
2.2.12 DC/DC CONVERTER PCB ASS’Y, OPTICAL UNIT/FINDER UNIT -------------------------------- 3-15
2.2.13 OPTICAL UNIT, FINDER UNIT ----------------------------------------------------------------------------- 3-16
2.2.14 Assembling the FINDER UNIT ------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 3-17
2.2.15 BAT BOX UNIT, TRIPOD BASE -----------------------------------------------------------------------------3-18
2.3 Disassembly of Main Units -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------3-19
2.3.1 TOP COVER ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------3-19
2.3.1.1 B/W LCD UNIT, TOP BUTTON 1,TOP BUTTON 2,TOP BUTTON 3 -------------------------- 3-19
2.3.1.2 B/W LCD WINDOW -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------3-20
2.3.1.3 MODE DIAL -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------3-21
2.3.1.4 ZOOM LEVER UNIT -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------3-22
2.3.1.5 ACCESSORY CONTACT UNIT ---------------------------------------------------------------------- 3-23
2.3.2 EVF UNIT -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 3-24
2.3.2.1 LCD TOP COVER, HINGE UNIT ----------------------------------------------------------------------3-24
2.3.2.2 LCD FRAME COVER, LCD PANEL ------------------------------------------------------------------3-25
2.3.2.3 LCD PCB ASS’Y ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------3-26
2.3.3 REAR PLATE UNIT ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------3-27
2.3.3.1 BUTTON PCB ASS’Y, EF SENSOR HOLDER ------------------------------------------------------3-27
2.3.4 CCD HOLDER, SHUTTER UNIT -----------------------------------------------------------------------------3-28
2.3.4.1 CCD HOLDER, SHUTTER UNIT ----------------------------------------------------------------------3-28
2.3.4.2 Assembling the CCD HOLDER, SHUTTER UNIT-1 ------------------------------------------------3-29
2.3.4.3 Assembling the CCD HOLDER, SHUTTER UNIT-2 ------------------------------------------------3-30
2.3.5 BAT BOX UNIT ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 3-31
2.3.5.1 HV MODULE UNIT, SLT HOLDER, LEAF SW UNIT, R/C HOLDER -------------------------3-31
2.3.5.2 HV MODULE UNIT, LEAF SW UNIT ----------------------------------------------------------------3-32
2.4 Screw List -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------3-33
3. Adjustments
3.1 Replacement Parts and Adjustment Items ----------------------------------------------------------------------------- 3-34
3.2 Adjustment Tools ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------3-35
3.3 Before Starting Electrical Adjustments ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------3-36
3.3.1 TWAIN Driver Installation --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------3-36
3.3.2 Factory Mode Driver Installation -------------------------------------------------------------------------------3-36
3.3.3 Adjustment Software Installation -------------------------------------------------------------------------------3-38
3.3.4 Preparation -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 3-39
3.3.5 Starting up the Adjustment Software ---------------------------------------------------------------------------3-40
3.3.6 Menu Window -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------3-40
3.3.7 How to Use the Adjustment Software -------------------------------------------------------------------------3-40
3.4 Calibration ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 3-41
3.4.1 Calibration -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 3-41
3.5 Adjustment Procedure -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------3-46
3.5.1 CCD Adjustment ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 3-46
3.5.2 Optical Unit Adjustment ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 3-48
3.5.3 Imaging Process Adjustment ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------3-50
3.5.4 Color Adjustment -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------3-53
3.5.5 Pixel Dot Adjustment --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------3-55
3.5.6 LCD Adjustment ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 3-57
3.5.7 Flash Adjustment -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------3-58
3.5.8 Checking of sound recording/output ---------------------------------------------------------------------------3-60
CHAPTER 3. REPAIR INSTRUCTION
1. Before Starting the Repair Work
Be sure to read the following precaution before starting the repair work.
1.1 Precaution on Flash High Tension Circuit
•
•
When the FRONT COVER UNIT is removed, be sure to discharge the main capacitor.
(Discharging resistor: 1 kΩ, approx. 5 W.)
First contact the GND
terminal of the main capacitor with the discharging resistor. Then contact the
positive
terminal of the main capacitor.
CAUTION:
Be careful of electric shock because the circuit is the high tension circuit.
FLASH/JACK UNIT
+ terminal
– terminal
Fig. 3-1 Precaution on flash high tension circuit
1.2 List of Tools
The following tools are used for the re-assembling during service.
(1) List of tools
New
Name of tools
Screwdriver (Local Purchase)
Tweezers (Local Purchase)
Soldering iron (Local Purchase)
Part No.
Remarks
1.3 List of Supplies
The following supplies are used for the re-assembling during service.
(1) List of supplies
New
Name of supplies
ADHESIVE TAPE, SONY T4000
DIA BOND No.1663G
INSULATION TAPE 3M No.56
LOGENEST RAMBDA A-74
Part No.
CY4-6012-000
CY9-8129-000
CY4-6018-000
CY9-8102-000
THREE BOND 1401C
Solder (Local Purchase)
CY9-8011-000
3-1
Remarks
Fixing the flexible cable
Attaching the parts together
Used for SIDE COVER FRAME
Used when exchanging MODE DIAL,
ZOOM LEVER UNIT
ACC. SHOE
CHAPTER 3. REPAIR INSTRUCTION
1.4 Flexible Connectors
This product uses the five types of the flexible connectors.
1 Type A
Unconnected state
Connected state
Unconnected state
Connected state
2 Type B
3 Type C
LOCK
The contact-piece
UNLOCK should face
downwards
Unlocked state
Locked state
4 Type D
UNLOCK
LOCK
The contact-piece
should face
downwards
Unlocked state
Locked state
UNLOCK
LOCK
5 Type E
The contact-piece
should face
upwards
Unlocked state
Locked state
Fig. 3-2 Flexible connectors
CAUTIONS:
1. For the connectors of Type C, Type D and Type E, set them to the
unlocked state before removing and inserting flexible card. After flexible card is inserted, set them to the locked state.
2. The flexible card is equipped with the holes as shown. Use them for
removal and insertion by inserting the tweezers into them as required.
3-2
Holes
Fig. 3-3 Holes for removal
CHAPTER 3. REPAIR INSTRUCTION
2. Disassembly/Assembly
2.1 Procedure
Disassembling procedure of PowerShot G5 is shown by the following flowchart.
Reverse the disassembling procedure to reassemble them. ∗ The pages to refer are shown in parenthesis ( ).
FRONT COVER UNIT
(3-4)
REAR COVER UNIT
(3-5)
BATTERY LID UNIT,
DATE BATTERY HOLDER
(3-6)
SIDE COVER, CF COVER
(3-7)
TOP COVER
(3-8)
SIDE COVER FRAME
MAIN BARREL UNIT,
MICROPHONE UNIT
CAUTION
B/W LCD UNIT,
TOP BUTTON1,TOP BUTTON2, (3-19)
TOP BUTTON3
B/W LCD WINDOW
(3-20)
MODE DIAL
(3-21)
ZOOM LEVER UNIT
(3-22)
(3-9)
(3-10)
ACCESSORY CONTACT UNIT (3-23)
Be careful
high tension
MAIN PCB ASS'Y,
MAIN SHEET
(3-11)
LCD TOP COVER ,
HINGE UNIT
(3-24)
EVF UNIT,
SUB FRAME
(3-12)
LCD FRAME COVER,
LCD PANEL
(3-25)
LCD PCB ASS'Y
(3-26)
BUTTON PCB ASS'Y,
EF SENSOR HOLDER
(3-27)
CCD HOLDER UNIT,
SHUTTER UNIT
(3-28)
Assembling the
CCD HOLDER UNIT,
SHUTTER UNIT-1
(3-29)
(3-30)
(3-17)
Assembling the
CCD HOLDER UNIT,
SHUTTER UNIT-2
(3-18)
HV MODULE UNIT,
SLT HOLDER,
(3-31)
LEAF SW UNIT, R/C HOLDER
REAR PLATE UNIT,
CF UNIT
FLASH/JACK UNIT,
SPEAKER UNIT
(3-13)
(3-14)
DC/DC CONVERTER PCB
ASS'Y
(3-15)
OPTICAL UNIT/FINDER UNIT
OPTICAL UNIT, FINDER UNIT (3-16)
Assembling
the FINDER UNIT
BAT BOX UNIT,
TRIPOD BASE
HV MODULE UNIT,
LEAF SW UNIT
3-3
(3-32)
CHAPTER 3. REPAIR INSTRUCTION
2.2 Removal of Main Parts/Units
(1)-6
Alignment position
(1)-6
Button
FRONT COVER UNIT
h
(1)-3
(1)-6
g
(1)-2
(1)-5
d
(1)-7
(1)-4
FRONT COVER UNIT
e
h
g
d
CD1-5033-000
CD1-5032-000
CD1-5028-000
e
(1)-1
CD1-5030-000
FRONT CAP UNIT
BLACK
M1.7
BLACK
M1.7
(SELF TAP)
3.0mm
4.0mm
5.5mm
4.0mm
BLACK
M1.7
(SELF TAP)
BLACK
M1.7
Fig. 3-4 FRONT COVER UNIT
2.2.1 FRONT COVER UNIT
(1) FRONT COVER UNIT
1. While pushing the button, rotate the FRONT CAP UNIT to the alignment position, and remove the FRONT
CAP UNIT.
2. Remove the screw of g.
3. Remove the screw of h.
4. Remove the two screws of e.
5. Remove the screw of d.
6. Turn over the FRONT COVER UNIT in the direction of the arrow and remove the flexible cable.
7. Remove the FRONT COVER UNIT.
3-4
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(1)-2
CAUTION
f
Be careful not to drop the
SELECTOR SPRING.
EVF UNIT
(1)-4
(1)-5
CF COVER
(1)-1
(1)-6 SELECTOR
e
(1)-3
SPRING
REAR COVER
UNIT
e
f
CD1-5030-000
CD1-5031-000
4.5mm
4.0mm
LCD BUSH
BLACK
M1.7
(1)-1
e
BLACK
M1.7
NOTE (Assembling) When installing the main body and the REAR COVER UNIT do as follows.
Install them after each diopter adjustment dial of the FINDER UNIT and the
REAR COVER UNIT are aligned to the angles specified as shown in the
illustration.
REAR COVER UNIT
.
FINDER UNIT
A
Diopter adjustment dial
Rotate the diopter adjustment dial in the direction
of mark A as far as it can go. When it reaches
the deep end, return it slightly.
Rotate the diopter adjustment dial
as far as it can go.
Fig. 3-5 REAR COVER UNIT
2.2.2 REAR COVER UNIT
(1) REAR COVER UNIT
1. Remove the three screws of e.
2. Remove the screw of f.
3. Open the CF COVER.
4. Open the EVF UNIT.
5. Remove the REAR COVER UNIT from the main body.
6. Remove the SELECTOR SPRING from REAR COVER UNIT.
CAUTION
Be careful not to drop the SELECTOR SPRING.
NOTE (Assembling)
When installing the main body and the REAR COVER UNIT do as follows. Install them after each
diopter adjustment dial of the FINDER UNIT and the REAR COVER UNIT are aligned to the angles
specified as shown in the illustration.
3-5
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BATTERY LID UNIT
BATTERY
LID UNIT
Spring of the
BATTERY
LID UNIT
(1)-3
(1)-5
SHAFT
(1)-3
(1)-4
DATE BATTERY
HOLDER
(2)-2
CAUTION
Be careful of the + and polarities of the DATE
BATTERY.
DATE BATTERY
(2)-1
(1)-2
BATTERY SHAFT HOLDER
q
XA4-9170-359
3.5mm
(1)-1
BLACK
M1.7
(SELF TAP)
q
Fig. 3-6 BATTERY LID UNIT, DATE BATTERY HOLDER
2.2.3 BATTERY LID UNIT, DATE BATTERY HOLDER
(1) BATTERY LID UNIT
1. Remove the screw of q.
2. Remove the BATTERY SHAFT HOLDER.
3. Release the lock by sliding the BATTERY LID HOLDER, and open it.
4. Push out the shaft of the BATTERY LID UNIT with the thin flat-head screwdriver.
5. While taking care of the spring of the BATTERY LID UNIT not to be bent, remove the BATTERY LID
UNIT by twisting in the direction of the arrow.
(2) DATE BATTERY HOLDER
1. Pull out the DATE BATTERY HOLDER.
2. Remove the DATE BATTERY from the DATE BATTERY HOLDER.
CAUTION
Be careful of the + and - polarities of the DATE BATTERY.
3-6
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NOTE2 (Assembling)
While being careful
not to ooze the
Logenest Rambda
A-74, coat it as
shown in the figure.
CF COVER
o
(2)-3
NOTE1 (Assembling) (1)-3
JACK COVER SHAFT does
not overflow from the hole for
inserting it.
(2)-3
(2)-1
(2)-2
(1)-2
CF CLIPPING2
SPRING
JACK COVER SHAFT
(1)-3
(1)-1
SIDE COVER
f
Claws
JACK
COVER
(1)-4
JACK COVER
SHAFT
f
o
CD1-5031-000
XA4-5170-307
4.5mm
3.0mm
(1)-3
BLACK
M1.7
METAL
M1.7
(SELF TAP)
Fig. 3-7 SIDE COVER, CF COVER
2.2.4 SIDE COVER, CF COVER
(1) SIDE COVER
1. Remove the screw of f.
2. Remove the SIDE COVER.
3. Push out the JACK COVER SHAFT with the thin stick like tweezers, and pull out the JACK COVER
SHAFT.
4. Remove the two claws and remove the JACK COVER.
NOTE1 (Assembling)
JACK COVER SHAFT is not overflow from the hole for inserting it (a dashed line).
(2) CF COVER
1. Remove the screw of o.
2. Remove the CF CLIPPING2 SPRING.
3. Remove the CF COVER in the direction of arrow.
NOTE2 (Assembling)
While being careful not to ooze the Logenest Rambda A-74, coat it as shown in the figure.
3-7
CHAPTER 3. REPAIR INSTRUCTION
(1)-4
m
(1)-2
STRAP RIGHT BASE
(1)-1n
r (1)-3
Dowel
(1)-5
(1)-8
(1)-7
TOP COVER
m
n
r
XA1-7170-307
XA1-7170-357
XA4-9170-407
3.0mm
(1)-6
METAL
M1.7
3.5mm
METAL
M1.7
4.0mm
METAL
M1.7
(SELF TAP)
Fig. 3-8 TOP COVER
2.2.5 TOP COVER
(1) TOP COVER
1. Remove the screw of n.
2. Remove the STRAP RIGHT BASE.
3. Remove the two screws of r.
4. Remove the two screws of m.
5. Open the EVF UNIT.
6. Disconnect the connector of the B/W LCD UNIT.
7. Remove the dowel and turn over the TOP COVER in the direction of arrow.
8. Remove the flexible board from the TOP COVER UNIT, and remove the TOP COVER from the main body.
3-8
CHAPTER 3. REPAIR INSTRUCTION
NOTE (Assembling)
(1)-4
Insulation tape
SIDE COVER
FRAME
(1)-1
Dowels
q
(1)-3
(1)-4
Insulation tape
q
b
XA4-9170-359
CD1-3108-000
b
SIDE COVER FRAME
BLACK
M1.7
(SELF TAP)
Fig. 3-9 SIDE COVER FRAME
2.2.6 SIDE COVER FRAME
(1) SIDE COVER FRAME
1. Remove the screw of q.
2. Remove the screw of b.
3. Remove the two dowels and remove the SIDE COVER FRAME.
4. Peel off the Insulation tape.
NOTE (Assembling)
Attach the Insulation tape as shown in the illustration.
3-9
2.0mm
3.5mm
(1)-2
METAL
M1.7
CHAPTER 3. REPAIR INSTRUCTION
CAUTION
Never touch the terminals of the capacitor !
Be sure to discharge the capacitor with the
discharging resistor (about 1kΩ/5W) !
+ terminal
– terminal
(1)-3
(1)-5
m
(1)-2
MAIN BARREL UNIT
Cable of the
BAT BOX UNIT
q
(1)-4
(1)-1
(2)-1
m
(1)-3
MICROPHONE HOLDER
NOTE (Assembling) (1)-5
(2)-2 MICROPHONE UNIT
MAIN BARREL UNIT
B
m
q
XA1-7170-307
XA4-9170-359
3.5mm
3.0mm
A
Cable of the
BAT BOX UNIT
METAL
M1.7
BLACK
M1.7
(SELF TAP)
Fig. 3-10 MAIN BARREL UNIT, MICROPHONE UNIT
2.2.7 MAIN BARREL UNIT, MICROPHONE UNIT
(1) MAIN BARREL UNIT
1. Remove the cable of the MICROPHONE UNIT.
2. Remove the cable of the BAT BOX UNIT from the groove of the MAIN BARREL UNIT.
3. Remove the two screws of m.
4. Remove the screw of q.
5. Remove the MAIN BARREL UNIT.
CAUTION
Remove it with utmost care not to touch the terminal of the capacitor.
NOTE (Assembling)
When installing the MAIN BARREL UNIT, route the cable underneath the MAIN BARREL UNIT at
A , and hook on the groove of the MAIN BARREL UNIT at B .
(2) MICROPHONE UNIT
1. Remove the cable of the MICROPHONE HOLDER and the MICROPHONE UNIT from the MAIN BARREL
UNIT.
2. Remove the cable of the MICROPHONE UNIT from the MICROPHONE HOLDER.
3-10
CHAPTER 3. REPAIR INSTRUCTION
NOTE2 (Assembling) (1)-6
NOTE1 (Assembling) (1)-5
SUB
FRAME
4pin
yellow white
blue
8pin
blue 8pin white
yellow
MAIN
PCB
ASS'Y
MAIN
PCB
ASS'Y
(1)-1
(1)-2
(1)-5
(1)-4
(1)-5
(1)-5
(1)-2
(1)-2
(1)-2
(1)-6
j
(1)-2
(1)-3
NOTE3 (Assembling) (2)-2
Dowel for setting
the position
MAIN PCB ASS'Y
(1)-2
MAIN SHEET
j
m
m
XA1-7170-307
CD1-4987-000
(2)-1
MAIN SHEET
3.0mm
3.0mm
(2)-2
METAL
M1.7
SILVER
M1.7
Fig. 3-11 MAIN PCB ASS’Y, MAIN SHEET
2.2.8 MAIN PCB ASS’Y, MAIN SHEET
(1) MAIN PCB ASS’Y
1. Open the EVF UNIT in the direction of the arrow.
2. Remove the connector of the CF UNIT, the three flexible boards of the OPTICAL UNIT, the flexible board
of the BUTTON PCB ASS’Y and the MAIN/FLASH FPC.
3. Remove the two screws of j.
4. Disconnect the connector of the DC/DC CONVERTER PCB ASS’Y.
5. Remove the three cables from the EVF UNIT.
6. Remove the MAIN PCB ASS’Y.
NOTE1 (Assembling)
Insert the two 8-pin cables from the EVF UNIT into the connector of the MAIN PCB ASS’Y as shown in the
illustration.
NOTE2 (Assembling)
Push cables coming from the EVF UNIT into the space between the SUB FRAME, and the MAIN PCB
ASS’Y.
(2) MAIN SHEET
1. Remove the screw of m.
2. Remove the MAIN SHEET.
NOTE3 (Assembling)
When installing the MAIN SHEET, align the MAIN SHEET with the dowel used for position setting.
3-11
CHAPTER 3. REPAIR INSTRUCTION
Dowels
SUB FRAME
(2)-1
c
(2)-2
EVF UNIT
(1)-5
(1)-1
(2)-1
c
(1)-3
c
(1)-4
Claws
i
(1)-2
NOTE (Assembling)
(1)-3
HINGE COVER
c
i
CD1-3798-000
CD1-4983-000
1.6mm
3.0mm
METAL
M1.7
SILVER
M1.7
Fig. 3-12 EVF UNIT. SUB FRAME
2.2.9 EVF UNIT, SUB FRAME
(1) EVF UNIT
1. Rotate the EVF UNIT by the 90 degrees in the direction of the arrow.
2. Remove the two screws of i.
3. Remove the two claws and remove the HINGE COVER.
4. Remove the two screws of c.
5. Remove the EVF UNIT.
NOTE (Assembling)
When installing HINGE COVER, take out the two 8-pin cables from the space between the HINGE COVER
and HINGE UNIT as shown in the illustration.
(2) SUB FRAME
1. Remove the two screws of c.
2. Remove the two dowels and remove the SUB FRAME.
3-12
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EF SENSOR of the
(1)-5 REAR PLATE UNIT
Dowels
(1)-1
(1)-2
q
(1)-2
q
k
Dowels
(1)-3
(2)-3
(1)-6
REAR PLATE UNIT
q
(2)-1
q
(1)-2
m
k
CF UNIT
(2)-2
(1)-4
k
m
q
XA1-7170-147
XA1-7170-307
XA4-9170-359
1.4mm
METAL
M1.7
3.0mm
METAL
M1.7
3.5mm
BLACK
M1.7
(SELF TAP)
Fig. 3-13 REAR PLATE UNIT, CF UNIT
2.2.10 REAR PLATE UNIT, CF UNIT
(1) REAR PLATE UNIT
1. Remove the flexible board of the HV MODULE UNIT.
2. Remove the three screws of q.
3. Remove the two screws of k.
4. Remove the screw of m.
5. Remove the two dowels and pull out the EF sensor of the REAR PLATE UNIT.
6. Remove the three dowels and remove the REAR PLATE UNIT in the direction of the the arrow.
(2) CF UNIT
1. Remove the screw of q.
2. Remove the two screws of k.
3. Remove the CF UNIT.
3-13
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NOTE1 (Assembling) (1)-2
(1)-2
FLASH/JACK UNIT
Red
DC/DC CONVERTER
PCB ASS’Y
White
(1)-2
a
(1)-2
FLASH/JACK UNIT
Dowels
(1)-1
MAIN/FLASH
FPC
(1)-3
CAUTION
Be careful not
to drop the
SPEAKER BUSH.
(1)-6
SPEAKER
UNIT
(2)-2
(2)-1
SPEAKER BUSH
NOTE3 (Assembling) (2)-2
(1)-4
(1)-5
q
NOTE2 (Assembling) (2)-2
Double-sided
adhesive tape
a
q
CB1-1998-000
XA4-9170-359
3.0mm
METAL
M1.7
3.5mm
BLACK
M1.7
(SELF TAP)
Fig. 3-14 FLASH/JACK UNIT, SPEAKER UNIT
2.2.11 FLASH/JACK UNIT, SPEAKER UNIT
(1) FLASH/JACK UNIT
1. Remove the MAIN/FLASH FPC.
2. Remove the cable of the BAT BOX UNIT and two cables of the FLASH/JACK UNIT.
3. Remove the three screws of a.
4. Remove the cable of the SPEAKER UNIT.
5. Remove the two screws of q.
6. Remove the two dowels and raise FLASH/JACK UNIT. Then push out the FLASH/JACK UNIT to the front
and remove the FLASH/JACK UNIT.
NOTE1 (Assembling)
Insert the cable coming from the BAT BOX UNIT to the red connector. Insert the cable coming from the
FLASH/JACK UNIT to the white connector.
(2) SPEAKER UNIT
1. Remove the SPEAKER BUSH.
2. Remove the SPEAKER UNIT from the FLASH/JACK UNIT.
CAUTION
Be careful not to drop the SPEAKER BUSH.
NOTE2 (Assembling)
Attach the double-sided adhesive tape at the position as shown in the illustration and install the SPEAKER
UNIT.
NOTE3 (Assembling)
Route the cable of the SPEAKER UNIT as shown in the illustration.
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NOTE1 (Assembling)
NOTE2 (Assembling) (2)-5
Install the CCD SPRING as
shown in the illustration.
MAIN FRAME
CCD
SPRING
CAUTION
Be careful not
to drop the
CCD SPRING.
(2)-2
ZOOM GND
PLATE
Setting the position
for reassembling
(2)-1
q
CCD SPRING
(2)-2
ZOOM GND
PLATE
(2)-5
q
(2)-3
(2)-4
OPTICAL UNIT/
FINDER UNIT
(1)-2
DC/DC CONVERTER
PCB ASS'Y
a
q
CB1-1998-000
XA4-9170-359
3.0mm
a
(1)-1
METAL
M1.7
3.5mm
BLACK
M1.7
(SELF TAP)
Fig. 3-15 DC/DC CONVERTER PCB ASS’Y, OPTICAL UNIT/FINDER UNIT
2.2.12 DC/DC CONVERTER PCB ASS’Y, OPTICAL UNIT/FINDER UNIT
(1) DC/DC CONVERTER PCB ASS’Y
1. Remove the three screws of a.
2. Slant the DC/DC CONVERTER PCB ASS’Y in the direction of the arrow, and remove it.
(2) OPTICAL UNIT/FINDER UNIT
1. Remove the screw of q.
2. Remove the ZOOM GND PLATE.
3. Remove the two screws of q.
4. Remove the OPTICAL UNIT/FINDER UNIT to the direction of the arrow.
5. Remove the CCD SPRING from the OPTICAL UNIT/FINDER UNIT.
CAUTION
Be careful not to drop the CCD SPRING.
NOTE1 (Assembling)
When installing the ZOOM GND PLATE, align it with the mark used for position setting of the MAIN
FRAME.
NOTE2 (Assembling)
Insert the CCD SPRING in the OPTICAL UNIT/FINDER UNIT, and hold it down with the MAIN FRAME.
3-15
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(1)-5
Flat-head
screwdriver
(1)-4
LED HOLDER
(1)-6
(1)-6
q
(1)-6
FINDER UNIT
(1)-1
(1)-2
NOTE (Assembling)
LED
HOLDER
Dowel
Coat it with the Dia bond 1663G
(1)-3
Claw
(1)-7
LED HOLDER
q
XA4-9170-359
3.5mm
(1)-6
OPTICAL UNIT
BLACK
M1.7
(SELF TAP)
Fig. 3-16 OPTICAL UNIT, FINDER UNIT
2.2.13 OPTICAL UNIT, FINDER UNIT
(1) OPTICAL UNIT, FINDER UNIT
1. Remove the two screws of q.
2. Slant the FINDER UNIT in the direction of the arrow, and remove the dowel.
3. Remove the claw on the opposite side.
4. Turn over the FINDER UNIT in the direction of the arrow.
5. Push out the LED HOLDER with the use of flat-head screwdriver.
6. Turn over the FINDER UNIT again, pull out the LED HOLDER and remove the FINDER UNIT from the
OPTICAL UNIT.
7. Peel off the portion fixed by the Dia bond, and remove the LED HOLDER from the flexible board.
NOTE (Assembling)
Align the two dowels of the LED HOLDER with the position setting hole of the flexible board and coat it
with the Dia bond 1663G as shown in the figure.
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(1)-2
Hole
A
Rotate the gear in the direction of
mark A as far as it can go. When
it reaches its end, return it slightly
so that cutouts are aligned with the
two holes of the gear.
Cutout
q
FINDER UNIT
LED HOLDER
(1)-6
(1)-5
(1)-3
Dowel
(1)-4
Claw
B
OPTICAL UNIT/
LED HOLDER
q
XA4-9170-359
3.5mm
C
(1)-1
NOTE (Assembling)
(1)-1
BLACK
M1.7
(SELF TAP)
Fig. 3-17 Assembling the FINDER UNIT
2.2.14 Assembling the FINDER UNIT
(1) FINDER UNIT
1. Set the OPTICAL UNIT in the retracted position.
2. Rotated the gear in the direction of mark A as far as it can go. When it reaches its end, return it slightly so
that cutouts are aligned with the two holes of the gear.
3. Insert the LED HOLDER to the FINDER UNIT.
4. Install the claw.
5. Install the dowel in the opposite side.
6. Install the two screws of q.
NOTE (Assembling)
If the OPTICAL UNIT is not set in the retracted position, remove the CCD HOLDER UNIT
(refer to page 3-28) and rotate the portion B of the OPTICAL UNIT in the direction of mark C with hands
until the OPTICAL UNIT is set in the retracted position.
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m
(1)-2
(2)-2
TRIPOD BASE
(1)-3
(1)-2
MAIN FRAME
m
BAT BOX UNIT
(1)-1
q
(2)-1
m
m
q
XA1-7170-307
XA4-9170-359
3.0mm
METAL
M1.7
Fig. 3-18 BAT BOX UNIT, TRIPOD BASE
2.2.15 BAT BOX UNIT, TRIPOD BASE
(1) BAT BOX UNIT
1. Remove the screw of q.
2. Remove the two screws of m.
3. Remove the BAT BOX UNIT.
(2) TRIPOD BASE
1. Remove the two screws of m.
2. Remove the TRIPOD BASE from the MAIN FRAME.
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3.5mm
BLACK
M1.7
(SELF TAP)
CHAPTER 3. REPAIR INSTRUCTION
2.3 Disassembly of Main Units
q
(1)-3
NOTE (Assembling)
l
B/W LCD UNIT
A
(1)-1
B/W LCD UNIT
ACC FPC
p
(1)-2
(1)-4
(2)-3
TOP BUTTON 2
(2)-1
claw
TOP BUTTON 1
(2)-2
TOP BUTTON 3
(1)-5
STRAP BASE LEFT
CAUTION
Be careful not to drop
the STRAP BASE LEFT.
p
l
XA1-7170-167
XA4-5170-409 XA4-9170-359
1.6mm
Dowels for setting
the position
METAL
M1.7
NOTE (Assembling)
q
BLACK
M1.7
(SELF TAP)
4.0mm
3.5mm
BLACK
M1.7
(SELF TAP)
Fig. 3-19 B/W LCD UNIT, TOP BUTTON 1, TOP BUTTON 2, TOP BUTTON 3
2.3.1 TOP COVER
2.3.1.1 B/W LCD UNIT, TOP BUTTON 1, TOP BUTTON 2, TOP BUTTON 3
(1) B/W LCD UNIT
1. Remove the two screws of l.
2. Remove the two screws of p.
3. Remove the screw of q.
4. Remove the claw and remove the B/W LCD UNIT.
5. Remove the STRAP BASE LEFT.
CAUTION
Be careful not to drop the STRAP BASE LEFT.
NOTE (Assembling)
Be careful that the ACC FPC must not be positioned under the portion A of the B/W LCD UNIT.
(2) TOP BUTTON 1,TOP BUTTON 2, TOP BUTTON 3
1. Remove the TOP BUTTON1.
2. Remove the TOP BUTTON3.
3. Remove the TOP BUTTON2.
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(1)-1
DUST COVER SEAL
NOTE (Assembling)
(1)-2
B/W LCD WINDOW
Fig. 3-20 B/W LCD WINDOW
2.3.1.2 B/W LCD WINDOW
(1) B/W LCD WINDOW
1. Peel off the DUST COVER SEAL.
2. Remove the B/W LCD WINDOW.
NOTE (Assembling)
Install the DUST COVER SEAL as shown in the illustration.
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NOTE1 (Assembling)
(1)-1, (1)-3
(1)-1
MODE DIAL
CAP
MODE DIAL
CAP
(1)-3
Coat it with
the Dia bond
1663G.
CAUTION
Be careful not to
drop the MODE
DIAL BALL and
the MODE DIAL
SPRING
MODE DIAL
MODE DIAL
(1)-4
MODE DIAL BALL
(1)-5
MODE DIAL SPRING
Coat the sliding
surface with
Logenest Rambda
A-74.
NOTE3 (Assembling)
ZOOM LEVER (1)-4, (1)-5
UNIT
TOP COVER UNIT
(1)-3
MODE DIAL
BASE UNIT
(1)-2
q
NOTE2 (Assembling) (1)-3
q
Projected
part
Receptacle
hole
XA4-9170-359
3.5mm
MODE DIAL
MODE DIAL BASE UNIT
BLACK
M1.7
(SELF TAP)
Fig. 3-21 MODE DIAL
2.3.1.3 MODE DIAL
(1) MODE DIAL
1. Peel off the MODE DIAL CAP from the MODE DIAL.
2. Remove the screw of q.
3. Remove the MODE DIAL BASE UNIT, then remove the MODE DIAL from the TOP COVER UNIT.
4. Remove the MODE DIAL BALL.
5. Remove the MODE DIAL SPRING.
CAUTION
Be careful not to drop the MODE DIAL BALL and the MODE DIAL SPRING.
NOTE1 (Assembling)
Attach the MODE DIAL and the MODE DIAL CAP with Dia bond, and coat the sliding surface of the
MODE DIAL with Logenest Rambda A-74.
NOTE2 (Assembling)
Align the large hole and small hole of the receptacle with the large projection and small projection of the
projected part, and install the MODE DIAL.
NOTE3 (Assembling)
Insert the MODE DIAL SPRING into the hole at the side of the ZOOM LEVER UNIT, and place the
MODE DIAL BALL on top of it as shown in the illustration.
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CAUTION
Be careful not to drop
the ZOOM SPRING.
(1)-3
ZOOM BRUSH
b
(1)-5
(1)-2
ZOOM SPRING
NOTE (Assembling)
(1)-1
INNER COVER
Sliding surface
Claw of the INNER COVER
Setting the position
for reassembling
(1)-4
ZOOM LEVER UNIT
b
CD1-3108-000
2.0mm
METAL
M1.7
Fig. 3-22 ZOOM LEVER UNIT
2.3.1.4 ZOOM LEVER UNIT
(1) ZOOM LEVER UNIT
1. Remove the ZOOM SPRING from the claw of the INNER COVER.
2. Remove the two screws of b.
3. Remove the ZOOM BRUSH and the ZOOM SPRING from the INNER COVER.
4. Remove the ZOOM LEVER UNIT.
5. Remove the ZOOM SPRING from the ZOOM BRUSH.
CAUTION
Be careful not to drop the ZOOM SPRING.
NOTE (Assembling)
Coat the sliding surface of the ZOOM BRUSH and INNER COVER with Logenest Rambda A-74 as shown
in the illustration.
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NOTE1 (Assembling)
NOTE2 (Assembling)
Coat it with the Dia bond 1663G.
(1)-1
ACC. SHOE SPRING
T
After tightening the screw,
coat the Three bond 1401C.
(1)-2
(1)-1
(1)-3
ACC. SHOE
(1)-3
CAUTION
Be careful not to damage the parts!
(1)-4
ACCESSORY CONTACT UNIT
(1)-4
Soldering
T
XA1-3170-407
4.0mm
METAL
M1.7
Fig. 3-23 ACCESSORY CONTACT UNIT
2.3.1.5 ACCESSORY CONTACT UNIT
(1) ACC. SHOE, ACC. SHOE SPRING
1. Insert a pair of tweezers under the ACC. SHOE SPRING and remove it.
CAUTION
Be careful not to damage the parts!
NOTE1 (Assembling)
Coat the Dia bond 1663G as shown in the figure.
2. Remove the four screws of T.
3. Remove the ACC. SHOE.
NOTE2 (Assembling)
Coat the Three bond 1401C as shown in the figure.
4. Remove the five solderings and remove the ACCESSORY CONTACT UNIT.
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LCD PCB
ASS’Y
Blue
White
Blue
(2)-2
(2)-3
(1)-1
(1)-2
d
(2)-2
(2)-1
Yellow
m
HINGE UNIT
LCD TOP COVER
d
(1)-1
d
m
CD1-5028-000
XA1-7170-307
3.0mm
3.0mm
BLACK
M1.7
Fig. 3-24 LCD TOP COVER, HINGE UNIT
2.3.2 EVF UNIT
2.3.2.1 LCD TOP COVER, HINGE UNIT
(1) LCD TOP COVER
1. Remove the four screws of d.
2. Remove the LCD TOP COVER.
(2) HINGE UNIT
1. Remove the screw of m.
2. Remove the cable of the HINGE UNIT (Two places).
3. Remove the HINGE UNIT.
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METAL
M1.7
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q
(1)-1
NUT PLATE
LCD PANEL
NOTE (Assembling)
In the case of the repair
service part, it is supplied
with the protection sheet.
Remove the protection
sheet before use.
(1)-2
(2)-1
Dowels
(2)-2
(1)-3
BACK LIGHT UNIT
Dowels
q
LCD FRAME
COVER
XA4-9170-359
BASE PIN
3.5mm
BLACK
M1.7
(SELF TAP)
Fig. 3-25 LCD FRAME COVER, LCD PANEL
2.3.2.2 LCD FRAME COVER, LCD PANEL
(1) LCD FRAME COVER
1. Remove the two screws of q.
2. Remove the NUT PLATE.
3. Remove the LCD FRAME COVER from the LCD PANEL.
(2) LCD PANEL
1. Remove the flexible board of the LCD PANEL.
2. Remove the four dowels, then remove the LCD PANEL.
NOTE (Assembling)
In the case of the repair service part, it is supplied with the protection sheet. Remove the protection sheet
before use.
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(1)-1
Soldering
LCD PCB ASS'Y
Label
QR code numbers
NOTE (Assembling)
LCD SHEET
(1)-2
BACK LIGHT UNIT
(1)-2
Fig. 3-26 LCD PCB ASS’Y
2.3.2.3 LCD PCB ASS’Y
(1) LCD PCB ASS’Y
1. Remove the soldering (Four places).
2. Remove the LCD PCB ASS’Y and the LCD SHEET from the BACK LIGHT UNIT.
NOTE (Assembling)
When LCD PCB ASS’Y is going to replace, take note of the two QR code numbers (10 digit and 8 digit
hexadecimal numbers) of the replacement LCD PCB ASS’Y without fail. (* The QR code numbers are
important information when making the LCD adjustment.)
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REAR FRAME
Setting the position
for reassembling
Setting the position
for reassembling
BUTTON PCB ASS'Y
(1)-3
(1)-2
Double-sided
adhesive tape
SEL BUTTON BASE
(1)-1
m
NOTE1 (Assembling) (1)-3
Claw
Attach the double-sided adhesive tape.
NOTE2 (Assembling) (2)-1
EF SENSOR
HOLDER
Cavity
portion
EF SENSOR
m
XA1-7170-307
Attach the double-sided
adhesive tape.
3.0mm
(2)-1
EF SENSOR HOLDER
METAL
M1.7
Fig. 3-27 BUTTON PCB ASS’Y, EF SENSOR HOLDER
2.3.3 REAR PLATE UNIT
2.3.3.1 BUTTON PCB ASS’Y, EF SENSOR HOLDER
(1) BUTTON PCB ASS’Y
1. Remove the screw of m.
2. Remove the claw, then remove the SEL. BUTTON BASE.
3. While peeling off the double-sided adhesive tape, remove the BUTTON PCB ASS’Y from the REAR FRAME.
NOTE1 (Assembling)
Attach the two double-sided adhesive tapes on the REAR FRAME as shown in the illustration.
(2) EF SENSOR HOLDER
1. While peeling off the double-sided adhesive tape, remove the EF SENSOR HOLDER.
NOTE2 (Assembling)
When installing the EF SENSOR HOLDER, attach the double-sided adhesive tape first on the EF SENSOR,
then align the cavity portion of the EF SENSOR HOLDER with the EF SENSOR of the BUTTON PCB
ASS’Y as shown in the illustration.
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s
(1)-1
Dowel
Flexible board of
the SHUTTER UNIT
FPC GUIDE
(1)-4
(1)-3
(1)-2
CCD HOLDER
UNIT
(1)-5
SHUTTER UNIT
A
SHUTTER
UNIT
(1)-6
LENS BARREL UNIT
s
XA4-9170-457
(1)-7
FRONT LENS UNIT
4.5mm
METAL
M1.7
(SELF TAP)
Fig. 3-28 CCD HOLDER,SHUTTER UNIT
2.3.4 CCD HOLDER, SHUTTER UNIT
2.3.4.1 CCD HOLDER, SHUTTER UNIT
(1) CCD HOLDER,SHUTTER UNIT
1. Remove the three screws of s.
2. Remove the the CCD HOLDER UNIT.
3. Remove the flexible board of the SHUTTER UNIT from the dowel of the FPC GUIDE .
4. Remove the FPC GUIDE.
5. Pinches the SHUTTER UNIT with fingers at marked by A, and rotate the SHUTTER UNIT as far as it can
go in the direction of the arrow.
6. Remove the SHUTTER UNIT.
7. Remove the FRONT LENS UNIT from the LENS BARREL UNIT.
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FRONT LENS
UNIT
Flat portion
NOTE (Assembling)
(1)-1
FRONT LENS UNIT
LENS BARREL UNIT
Projected
Recepted Groove
part
Projected
part
Flat
portion
Projected
parts
Recepted
Groove
Flat
portions
Flat
portion
(1)-1
Flat portions
Recepted
Groove
Flat
portion
Recepted
Groove
Recepted
Grooves
LENS BARREL
UNIT
Large
projected
part
Projected
parts
SHUTTER UNIT
Small
projected
parts
Small cutouts
Ring C
(1)-3
Large
recepted
groove
Small
grooves
Small
recepted
grooves
Large cutout
Large
groove
A
B
(1)-2
FRONT LENS
UNIT
Fig. 3-29 Assembling the CCD HOLDER,SHUTTER UNIT-1
2.3.4.2 Assembling the CCD HOLDER, SHUTTER UNIT-1
(1) Assembling the CCD HOLDER,SHUTTER UNIT-1
1. Place the FRONT LENS UNIT on top of the LENS BARREL UNIT.
2. While pushing the FRONT LENS UNIT in the direction of mark A and rotating it in the direction of mark
B as far as it can go. When it reaches the end, return it about 2 degrees so that the three cutouts of the ring
C are aligned with the three grooves of the ring at the end.
3. Align the large groove and small groove of the receptacle with the large projection and small projection of
the projected part, and insert the SHUTTER UNIT.
NOTE (Assembling)
When placing the FRONT LENS UNIT on top of the LENS BARREL UNIT, align the three projections of
the FRONT LENS UNIT with the three grooves of the LENS BARREL UNIT. And at the same align the
two flat portions of the FRONT LENS UNIT with the two flat portions of the LENS BARREL UNIT.
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(1)-1
SHUTTER
UNIT
LENS BARREL
UNIT
A
B
B
FRONT LENS
UNIT
(1)-2
NOTE1 (Assembling) (1)-1
CCD HOLDER UNIT
NOTE2 (Assembling) (1)-5
Large projected part
(1)-3
FPC GUIDE
Flexible board
of the SHUTTER UNIT
Dowel
Small projected part
Dowel
(1)-5
(1)-4
Small
recepted
groove
s
XA4-9170-457
4.5mm
Large
recepted
groove
FPC GUIDE
(1)-6
METAL
M1.7
(SELF TAP)
s
Fig.3-30 Assembling the CCD HOLDER,SHUTTER UNIT-2
2.3.4.3 Assembling the CCD HOLDER, SHUTTER UNIT-2
(1) Assembling the CCD HOLDER,SHUTTER UNIT-2
1. Hold the portion A and rotate it in the direction of the arrow as far as it can go.
2. Rotate the portion B of the LENS BARREL UNIT in the direction of the arrow as far as it can go.
3. Install the FPC GUIDE.
4. Align the SHUTTER UNIT with the dowel used for position setting.
5. Align the large hole and small hole of the receptacle with the large projection and small projection of the
projected part, and insert the CCD HOLDER UNIT.
6. Install the three screws of s.
NOTE1 (Assembling)
When the SHUTTER UNIT is rotated, the portion B of the LENS BARREL UNIT will project. Do not care
about the projection and keep rotating it. When it is rotated as far as it can go, the FRONT LENS UNIT
enters into the portion B of the LENS BARREL UNIT.
NOTE2 (Assembling)
When installing, use the original CCD HOLDER UNIT that has been removed from the original OPTICAL
UNIT.
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NOTE1 (Assembling) (1)-7
BAT BOX SUB UNIT
(1)-2
CF CLIPPING1
SPRING
q
(1)-6
Insert the two places of the
flexible board into the grooves.
(1)-1
(2)-2
o
R/C HOLDER
(1)-7
(1)-4
LEAF SW COVER
Dowels
(1)-5
(2)-1
NOTE2 (Assembling)
q
(2)-2
(1)-3
q
R/C HOLDER
(1)-6
HV MODULE UNIT,
SLT HOLDER,
LEAF SW UNIT
q
o
q
XA4-5170-307
XA4-9170-359
3.0mm
METAL
M1.7
(SELF TAP)
3.5mm
BLACK
M1.7
(SELF TAP)
Fig. 3-31 HV MODULE UNIT, SLT HOLDER, LEAF SW UNIT, R/C HOLDER
2.3.5 BAT BOX UNIT
2.3.5.1 HV MODULE UNIT, SLT HOLDER, LEAF SW UNIT, R/C HOLDER
(1) HV MODULE UNIT, SLT HOLDER, LEAF SW UNIT
1. Remove the screw of o.
2. Remove the CF CLIPPING1 SPRING.
3. Remove the screw of q.
4. Remove the LEAF SW COVER.
5. Remove the cable of the BAT BOX SUB UNIT.
6. Remove the three screws of q.
7. Remove the nine dowels, then remove the HV MODULE UNIT, SLT HOLDER and LEAF SW UNIT.
NOTE1 (Assembling)
When installing the HV MODULE UNIT, SLT HOLDER and LEAF SW UNIT, insert the flexible board of
the HV MODULE UNIT into the grooves of the R/C HOLDER (Two places).
(2) R/C HOLDER
1. Remove the screw of q.
2. Remove the R/C HOLDER.
NOTE2 (Assembling)
Route the cable of the BATTERY BOX SUB UNIT so that it passes the back side of the R/C HOLDER as
shown in the illustration.
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CHAPTER 3. REPAIR INSTRUCTION
HV MODULE UNIT
Soldering
SLT HOLDER
(2)-1
NOTE (Assembling)
LEAF SW
UNIT
Insert the SI sensor of
the HV MODULE UNIT into the
SLT HOLDER firmly.
Flexible board of
the HV MODULE UNIT
(1)-1
(1)-2
SI sensor of
the HV MODULE UNIT
Claws
(1)-2
Claws
SLT HOLDER
Dowel
Fig. 3-32 HV MODULE UNIT, LEAF SW UNIT
2.3.5.2 HV MODULE UNIT, LEAF SW UNIT
(1) HV MODULE UNIT
1. Remove the flexible board of the HV MODULE UNIT from the dowel.
2. Remove the four claws, then remove the SLT HOLDER from the SI sensor of the HV MODULE UNIT.
NOTE (Assembling)
Insert the SI sensor of the HV MODULE UNIT into the SLT HOLDER firmly.
(2) LEAF SW UNIT
1. Remove the soldering, then remove the LEAF SW UNIT from the HV MODULE UNIT.
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2.4 Screw List
a
b
c
d
CB1-1998-000
CD1-3108-000
CD1-3798-000
CD1-5028-000
2.0mm
3.0mm
METAL
M1.7
METAL
M1.7
3.0mm
3.0mm
METAL
M1.7
BLACK
M1.7
e
f
g
h
CD1-5030-000
CD1-5031-000
CD1-5032-000
CD1-5033-000
BLACK
M1.7
(SELF TAP)
BLACK
M1.7
(SELF TAP)
j
k
l
CD1-4987-000
XA1-7170-147
XA1-7170-167
BLACK
M1.7
BLACK
M1.7
i
CD1-4983-000
1.6mm
1.4mm
3.0mm
SILVER
M1.7
SILVER
M1.7
5.5mm
4.0mm
4.5mm
4.0mm
METAL
M1.7
1.6mm
METAL
M1.7
m
n
o
p
XA1-7170-307
XA1-7170-357
XA4-5170-307
XA4-5170-409
3.0mm
METAL
M1.7
METAL
M1.7
3.0mm
3.5mm
4.0mm
BLACK
M1.7
(SELF TAP)
METAL
M1.7
(SELF TAP)
q
r
s
T
XA4-9170-359
XA4-9170-407
XA4-9170-457
XA1-3170-407
4.0mm
3.5mm
BLACK
M1.7
(SELF TAP)
4.5mm
4.0mm
METAL
M1.7
(SELF TAP)
METAL
M1.7
(SELF TAP)
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METAL
M1.7
CHAPTER 3. REPAIR INSTRUCTION
3. Adjustments
3.1 Replacement Parts and Adjustment Items
PowerShot G5 requires electrical adjustments when certain parts are replaced.
The table below indicates the adjustments required for the respective part replacements.
For all other parts not listed below, no electrical adjustments are necessary after replacement.
Adjustment Items
CCD
Adjustment
Optical Unit
Adjustment
Replacement Part
Imaging
Process
Color
Pixel Dot
LCD
Flash
Adjustment
Adjustment
Adjustment
Adjustment
Adjustment
BATTERY BOX UNIT
DC/DC CONV. UNIT
OPTICAL UNIT
#1
#2
#3
#4
#5
FLASH UNIT
MAIN PCB ASS’Y
LCD PCB ASS’Y
LCD PANEL
BACK LIGHT UNIT
: Adjustment is necessary after replacement.
: Adjustment is necessary after replacement.
(Adjustment is not necessary, only if the adjustment data has been saved and then transferred
after the part is replaced.)
Blank : Adjustment is unnecessary.
∗ When OPTICAL UNIT is replaced, adjust certainly at the procedure as below.
#1. CCD Adjustment
#2. Optical Unit Adjustment
#3. Imaging Process Adjustment
#4. Color Adjustment
#5. Pixel Dot Adjustment
#6. Flash Adjustment
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3.2 Adjustment Tools
The following tools are required for electrical adjustment.
DESCRIPTION
PARTS NO.
PC/AT-Compatible Machine
(Windows 2000 or 98 pre-installed Model, USB port)
—
SERVICE MANUAL (CD-ROM)
REMARKS
Local purchase
CY8-4386-031
ADJUSTMENT SOFTWARE
—
Download
Compact Power Adapter CA-560
—
Enclosed in Merchandise
AC Cable
—
Enclosed in Merchandise
INTERFACE CABLE IFC-300PCU
—
(or Local purchase)
Brightness Box (light source A)
—
(Verified with EF-5000)
Color Viewer (5600° K)
DY9-2039-100
Color Bar Chart
DY9-2002-000
18% Gray Chart
CY4-6016-000
Auto Focus Chart
—
W-10 Filter *1
CY9-1556-000
C-2 Filter
CY9-1561-000
C-12 Filter
CY9-1555-000
FL-W Filter
CY9-1557-000
ND-4 Filter
CY9-1553-000
ND-8 Filter
CY9-1554-000
Attached to “SERVICE MANUAL
(CD-ROM)” 2types *2
Light-Shielding Cloth (500 × 500 or larger)
—
Local purchase
Tripod
—
Local purchase
Reference Camera
—
Merchandise
Speedlite 420EX
—
Merchandise
Gray. jpg File
—
DIGITAL CAMERA SolutionDisk
—
*1
*2
Enclosed in Merchandise
2pcs. required.
The file containing “How to print out” and Chart for print-out is in the Service Manual APPENDIX.
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3.3 Before Starting Electrical Adjustments
3.3.1 TWAIN Driver Installation
Install the USB Driver for Adjustment in the CD-ROM to PC.
(“This Adjustment Software” is impossible when the RS-232C TWAIN driver is used.)
3.3.2 Factory Mode Driver Installation
After downloading and extracting Factory Mode Driver, double-click Setup.exe
(\Factory Mode Driver\Win 2000_98\Setup.exe) to install it.
If InstallShield Wizard appears as shown in the first picture below, install the TWAIN (Factory Mode)
Driver by following the instructions.
1
)
The InstallShield Wizard will install TWAIN
Driver on your computer.
Click the “??[N]>” button.
2
License Agreement
)
See the file “Service Manual/English/Ch6/
License.pdf” for the contents of the License.
Click the “??[Y]” button.
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3
Choose Destination Location
Select folder where Setup will install files.
)
Click the “??[N]>” button.
4
InstallShield Wizard Complete
)
Click the “??” button.
5
Click the “OK” button.
Installing TWAIN (Factory Mode)
Driver is completed.
If you cannot install Factory Mode Driver in above procedure, install it in the following procedure.
1. Change the camera to Factory mode.
2. Install Wizard of new hardware starts up.
3. Select the option that directly chooses the driver’s place.
4. Choose CAP_FACT.INF
(Factory Mode Driver\Win2000_98\Win_2k98\CAP_FACT.INF).
5. Installment starts. When the Wizard finishes, the installment finishes.
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3.3.3 Adjustment Software Installation
1. After downloading and extracting Adjustment Software, double-click Setup.exe to install it.
(Adjustment Softwares are different according to the model of camera that you are going to adjust.)
2. When the dialog box below appears, click the “OK” button.
button. (Software installation will then begin.)
3. When the dialog box below appears, click the
4. When the dialog box below appears, click the “Continue” button.
(In the case that you do not add a shortcut on desktop, remove clicking from the check box.)
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3.3.4 Preparation
Before starting up the Adjustment Software, follow the preparatory steps below:
1.
2.
3.
4.
Obtain all the tools necessary for the adjustment.
Connect the Camera to the Power Source with the Compact Power Adapter CA-560 & AC Cable.
Set the Replay Mode on the camera and turn on.
Set the Communication Mode to Normal.
Personal Computer
USB
INTERFACE CABLE
IFC-300PCU
CAMERA BODY
DIGITAL
Compact Power Adapter
CA-560
5. Connect the Camera’s Digital terminal to the PC’s USB Port with INTERFACE CABLE IFC-300 PCU.
6. Turn on the camera.
Note: Perform the preparation in the following order otherwise the camera won’t work properly.
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3.3.5 Starting up the Adjustment Software
After completing the preparatory steps, click Start and move the cursor to Program; then select Canon
Digital Camera and click PowerShot G5 Adjustment.
3.3.6 Menu Window
When the Adjustment Software starts up, the Menu Window below will appear.
3.3.7 How to Use the Adjustment Software
■ Mode change
This camera uses normally PTP for communication with PC. Because calibration and adjustment
become impossible depending on the condition of PTP, select the TWAIN mode of the PTP before
starting calibration and adjustment.
• “FA Mode” button: This button is used to change the mode from the USER mode to the FA mode.
(PTP to TWAIN)
* Before starting calibration and adjustment, be sure to set the FA mode.
• “USER Mode” button: This button is used to change the mode from the FA mode to the USER
mode. (TWAIN to PTP)
* When calibration and adjustment are completed, be sure to change the mode to the USER mode
before quitting the software.
■ Calibration/Adjustment
For starting, click the button related with calibration/adjustment.
* Whenever you use your light source for the adjustment for the first time, be sure to click the “Calibration” Button.
■ Quitting the Adjustment Software
Click the “Exit” button.
■ Saving or Loading data
• “Save” button : This button saves all adjustment data stored on the camera in text format.
• “Load” button : This button loads all adjustment data saved in text format to the camera.
■ Notes
• If the adjustment fails, a message indicating the failure will appear on each product. If this happens,
do the adjustment again.
• The Adjustment Software is dedicated only to Canon Digital Camera PowerShot G5.
Never use it for any other camera.
• The Windows2000 or 98 must be pre-installed on the computer that is equipped with the USB
terminal.
* Operations on the other Operating Systems such as Windows95, Windows XP and others are not
guaranteed. (Because Windows95 does not support USB.)
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3.4 Calibration
3.4.1 Calibration
■ Tools Used
• Personal Computer
• SERVICE MANUAL (CD-ROM)
• ADJUSTMENT SOFTWARE
• Compact Power Adapter CA-560
• AC Cable
• INTERFACE CABLE IFC-300PCU
• Brightness Box (light source A)
• Color Viewer (5600° K)
• Color Bar Chart
• W-10 Filter (2pcs.)
• C-2 Filter
• C-12 Filter
1
Click the “Calibration” button.
2
1. When the message on the right appears, check
that the reference camera (Merchandise) is connected to the computer.
2. Click the “OK” button.
3
When the message on the right appears, go to 4.
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• FL-W Filter
• ND-4 Filter
• ND-8 Filter
• Reference Camera (Merchandise)
• DIGITAL CAMERA SolutionDisk
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4
1. Place the camera so that lens is set against the
light source surface of the Brightness Box via
the C-2 Filter and the C-12 Filter.
2. Set the Brightness Box to EV12.
3. Click the “Check” button.
4. Check the Brightness level if it is within
0 ± 5.
* If not, calibrate the Brightness Box until it
becomes within 0 ± 5.
5. Click the “NEXT” button.
C-2 Filter &
C-12 Filter
Brightness
Box
CAMERA
BODY
Power
Source
Personal
Computer
5
1. When the message on the right appears, Set the
Brightness Box to EV15 and attach the ND-8
Filter while setting the C-2 Filter and the C-12
Filter between the lens.
2. Click the “Check” button.
3. Check the Brightness level if it is within
0 ± 5.
* If not, calibrate the Brightness Box until it
becomes within 0 ± 5.
4. Click the “NEXT” button.
6
When the message on the right appears go to 7.
7
1. Attach the ND-4 Filters between the Lens and
the Color Viewer.
2. Place the camera so that the lens is set against
the center part of the Color Viewer.
3. Click the “ADJUST” button.
Color Viewer
ND-4
Filter
CAMERA
BODY
Power
Source
Stand
Personal
Computer
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8
When the message on the right appears go to 9.
9
1. Remove the ND-4 Filter.
2. Attach the two W-10 Filters between the Lens
and the Color Viewer.
Place the camera so that the lens is set against
the center part of the Color Viewer.
3. Click the “ADJUST” button.
Color Viewer
W-10
Filter
CAMERA
BODY
Power
Source
Stand
Personal
Computer
10
When the message on the right appears go to 11.
11
1. Remove the two W-10 Filters.
2. Attach the C-12 and the FL-W Filter between
the Lens and the Color Viewer.
Place the camera so that the lens is set against
the center part of the Color Viewer.
3. Click the “ADJUST” button.
C-12 Filter FL-W Filter
Color Viewer
CAMERA
BODY
Power
Source
Stand
Personal
Computer
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12
When the message on the right appears go to 13.
13
1. Attach the Color Bar Chart to the Color Viewer.
2. Place the camera so that the Viewing image of
the color bar chart is the full of LCD with the
ND-4 Filter attached.
3. Click the “ADJUST” button.
Color Viewer
Color Bar Chart
ND-4
Filter
CAMERA
BODY
Power
Source
Personal
Computer
14
1. Shift a frame on the display screen with a mouse
to choose a color of color bar.
2. Click the “Sampling” button.
15
Check “Save as the Reference”, and click the
“OK” button to store the data.
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16
When the message on the right appears, click the
“FINISH” button.
(This ends the “Calibration”.)
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3.5 Adjustment Procedure
3.5.1 CCD Adjustment
■ Tools Used
• Personal Computer
• SERVICE MANUAL (CD-ROM)
• ADJUSTMENT SOFTWARE
• Compact Power Adapter CA-560
• AC Cable
1
Click the “CCD” button.
2
When the message on the right appears, go to 3.
3
1. Place the camera so that lens is set against the
light source surface of the Brightness Box via
the C-2 Filter and the C-12 Filter.
2. Set the Brightness Box to EV12.
3. Click the “ADJUST” button.
• INTERFACE CABLE IFC-300PCU
• Brightness Box (light source A)
• C-2 Filter
• C-12 Filter
• DIGITAL CAMERA SolutionDisk
C-2 Filter &
C-12 Filter
Brightness
Box
CAMERA
BODY
Power
Source
Personal
Computer
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4
When the message on the right appears, set the
Brightness Box to EV15 while setting the C-2 Filter and the C-12 Filter between the lens.
Click the “ADJUST” button.
5
When the message on the right appears, click the
“FINISH” button.
(This ends the “CCD” Adjustment.)
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3.5.2 Optical Unit Adjustment
■ Tools Used
• Personal Computer
• SERVICE MANUAL (CD-ROM)
• ADJUSTMENT SOFTWARE
• Compact Power Adapter CA-560
• AC Cable
1
Click the “Optical Unit” button.
2
When the message on the right appears, go to 3.
3
1. Place the Auto Focus Chart (1) at 48.0cm away
from the front of the camera finder.
* Place the Auto Focus Chart on a plain color
wall or equivalent.
* Adjust the light so that the brightness of the
chart will be about EV8.5.
2. Adjust the position of the camera finely so that
the center of the Auto Focus Chart is aligned
with the center of the LCD.
3. Click the “ADJUST” button.
• INTERFACE CABLE IFC-300PCU
• AutoFocus Chart (2 types)
• Tripod
• DIGITAL CAMERA SolutionDisk
AutoFocus Chart (1)
48.0cm
Power
Source
Personal
Computer
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CAMERA
BODY
Tripod
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4
When the message on the right appears, go to 5.
5
1. Place the Auto Focus Chart (2) at 128.0cm away
from the front of the camera finder.
* Place the Auto Focus Chart on a plain color
wall or equivalent.
* Adjust the light so that the brightness of the
chart will be about EV8.5.
2. Adjust the position of the camera finely so that
the center of the Auto Focus Chart is aligned
with the center of the LCD.
3. Click the “ADJUST” button.
6
When the message on the right appears, click the
“FINISH” button.
(This ends the “Optical Unit” Adjustment)
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AutoFocus Chart (2)
128.0cm
Power
Source
Personal
Computer
CAMERA
BODY
Tripod
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3.5.3 Imaging Process Adjustment
■ Tools Used
• Personal Computer
• SERVICE MANUAL (CD-ROM)
• ADJUSTMENT SOFTWARE
• Compact Power Adapter CA-560
• AC Cable
• INTERFACE CABLE IFC-300PCU
1
Click the “Imaging Process” button.
2
When the message on the right appears, go to 3.
3
1. Attach the ND-4 Filters between the Lens and
the Color Viewer.
2. Place the camera so that the lens is set against
the center part of the Color Viewer.
3. Click the “ADJUST” button.
• Color Viewer (5600° K)
• W-10 Filter (2 pcs.)
• C-12 Filter
• FL-W Filter
• ND-4 Filter
• DIGITAL CAMERA SolutionDisk
Color Viewer
ND-4
Filter
CAMERA
BODY
Power
Source
Stand
Personal
Computer
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4
When the message on the right appears, go to 5.
5
1. Remove the ND-4 Filter.
2. Attach the two W-10 Filters between the Lens
and the Color Viewer.
Place the camera so that the lens is set against
the center part of the Color Viewer.
3. Click the “ADJUST” button.
Color Viewer
W-10
Filter
CAMERA
BODY
Power
Source
Stand
Personal
Computer
6
When the message on the right appears, go to 7.
7
1. Remove the W-10 Filter.
2. Attach the C-12 and FL-W Filters between the
Lens and the Color Viewer.
Place the camera so that the lens is set against
the center part of the Color Viewer.
3. Click the “ADJUST” button.
C-12 Filter FL-W Filter
Color Viewer
CAMERA
BODY
Power
Source
Stand
Personal
Computer
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8
When the message on the right appears, click
the “FINISH” button.
(This ends the “Imaging Process” Adjustment.)
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3.5.4 Color Adjustment
■ Tools Used
• Personal Computer
• SERVICE MANUAL (CD-ROM)
• ADJUSTMENT SOFTWARE
• Compact Power Adapter CA-PS560
• AC Cable
• INTERFACE CABLE IFC-300PCU
• Color Viewer (5600° K)
• Color Bar Chart
• ND-4 Filter
• DIGITAL CAMERA SolutionDisk
1
Click the “Color” button.
2
When the message on the right appears, go to 3.
3
1. Attach the Color Bar Chart to the Color Viewer.
2. Place the camera so that the Viewing image of
the color bar chart is the full of LCD with the
ND-4 Filter attached.
3. Click the “ADJUST” button.
Color Viewer
Color Bar Chart
ND-4
Filter
CAMERA
BODY
Power
Source
Personal
Computer
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CHAPTER 3. REPAIR INSTRUCTION
4
1. Shift a frame on the displayed screen with a
mouse to choose a color of color bar.
2. Click the “Sampling” button.
5
Check “Yellow and Red”, and click the “OK”
button.
If these data are within specification, go to 7.
* Specification
Ave_Cr = Reference Camera ± 10
Ave_Cb = Reference Camera ± 10
6
1. Confirm to see that the image on the PC monitor satisfies the specifications.
2. If the image on the PC monitor does not satisfy
the specifications, change the data using UP,
DOWN button or change the data directly by
typing the data in the text box. Then click the
“UPDATE” button.
7
When the adjustment is completed, click the
“FINISH” button.
(This ends the “Color” Adjustment.)
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3.5.5 Pixel Dot Adjustment
■ Tools Used
• Personal Computer
• SERVICE MANUAL (CD-ROM)
• ADJUSTMENT SOFTWARE
• Compact Power Adapter CA-560
• AC Cable
• INTERFACE CABLE IFC-300PCU
• Brightness Box (Light source A)
• C-2 Filter
• C-12 Filter
• Light-Shielding Cloth (500 × 500 or larger)
• DIGITAL CAMERA SolutionDisk
1
Click the “Pixel Dot” button.
2
When the message on the right appears, go to 3.
3
1. Place the camera so that lens is set against the
light source surface of the Brightness Box via
the C-2 Filter and the C-12 Filter.
2. Set the Brightness Box to EV12.
3. Click the “ADJUST” button.
C-2 Filter &
C-12 Filter
Brightness
Box
CAMERA
BODY
Power
Source
Personal
Computer
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4
1. When the message on the right appears, cover
the camera with the Light-Shielding Cloth so
that the no light reasons the CCD.
2. Click the “ADJUST” button.
5
When the message on the right appears, click the
“FINISH” button.
(This ends the “Pixel Dot” Adjustment.)
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3.5.6 LCD Adjustment
■ Tools Used
• Personal Computer
• SERVICE MANUAL (CD-ROM)
• ADJUSTMENT SOFTWARE
• Compact Power Adapter CA-560
• AC Cable
• INTERFACE CABLE IFC-300PCU
• Reference Camera (Merchandise)
• DIGITAL CAMERA SolutionDisk
■
1.
2.
3.
Preparation
Insert the blank CF Card into the reference camera.
Connect the reference camera with the PC.
Add the “Gray.jpeg” image to the CF card of the refernce camera using Zoom Browser EX. (Gray.jpg is in
the folder of Adjustment Software downloaded.)
4. Finish the ZoomBrowser EX.
5. Disconnect the reference camera from the PC, and display the “Gray.jpg” image in PLAY mode.
1
Click the “LCD” button.
2
1. When the message on the right appears, enter
in the text boxes the data written on the datasheet is attached to the JAL PCB ASS’Y. Click
the “Update” button.
2. Compare the image with that of the reference
camera. If it has a different color tint. adjust it
by repeating clicking the Yellow/Blue button
and the “Update” button alternately.
3. Click the “FINISH” button. (This ends the
“LCD” Adjustment.)
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3.5.7 Flash Adjustment
■ Tools Used
• Personal Computer
• SERVICE MANUAL (CD-ROM)
• ADJUSTMENT SOFTWARE
• Compact Power Adapter CA-560
• AC Cable
1
Click the “Flash” button.
2
When the message on the right appears, go to 3.
3
Attach “Speedlite 420EX” on the camera, and turn
it on.
Set 18% Gray Chart 98cm from the finder front.
Make the room as dark as a darkroom.
Click the “ADJUST” button.
• INTERFACE CABLE IFC-300PCU
• 18% Gray Chart
• Tripod
• DIGITAL CAMERA SolutionDisk
18% Gray Chart
98cm Ext.Flash
Power
Sorce
CAMERA
BODY
Personal
Computer
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Tripod
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4
When the message on the right appears, click the
“FINISH” button.
(This ends the “Flash” Adjustment.)
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3.5.8 Checking of sound recording/output
It is not required to adjust the recording/output (volume, etc.) of sound.
Check the camera if the sound is recorded/play-backed properly.
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CHAPTER 4. PARTS CATALOG
CONTENTS
PowerShot G5
CASING PARTS SECTION --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------INTERNAL PARTS SECTION-1 --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------INTERNAL PARTS SECTION-2 --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------TOP COVER SECTION -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------EVF UNIT SECTION ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------BATTERY BOX UNIT SECTION --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Pg1
Pg2
Pg3
Pg4
Pg5
Pg6
Fuse ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Pg7
Accessories-1 ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Pg8
Accessories-2 ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Pg9
Accessories-3 ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Pg10
Service Tools-1 ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Pg11
Service Tools-2 ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Pg12
Category of CLASS
A: Frequency of use: High
B: Frequency of use: Middle
C: Frequency of use: Low
D: Safety-related critical parts
E: Consumable parts
F: Standard screws and washers
S: Supply of the parts is limited
Y: Service Tools
PowerShot G5
Pg1
CASING PARTS SECTION
8
See Pg4
23
24
16
9
7
22
10
b
11
See Pg2
a
16
21
b
6
15
19
20
5
4
2
18
12
3
13
a
25
1
17
25
16
14
PowerShot G5
Pg1
PARTS LIST
SYMBOL
PARTS NO.
CLASS QTY
DESCRIPTION
REMARKS
1
2
CM1-1618-000
CM1-1607-000
B
B
1
1
FRONT CAP UNIT
FRONT COVER UNIT
3
4
CM1-1617-000
CD1-3264-000
B
B
1
1
BATTERY LID UNIT
HOLDER, DATE BATTERY
5
CD1-4778-000
C
1
HOLDER, BATTERY SHAFT
6
7
CD1-4782-000
CD1-5010-000
C
B
1
1
SPRING, CF CLIPPING 2
COVER, CF
8
9
CD1-4837-000
CM1-1604-000
B
B
1
1
BASE, STRAP RIGHT
REAR COVER UNIT
10
CD1-5004-000
B
2
BUSH, LCD
11
12
CS8-5211-000
CD1-4995-000
C
B
1
1
SPRING, SELECTOR
COVER, SIDE
13
14
CS8-3256-000
CD1-5007-000
C
B
1
1
SHAFT, JACK COVER
COVER, JACK
15
CY1-6290-000
B
1
PLATE, BODY NUMBER (J)
(FOR JAPAN) #13111xxxxx
CY1-6291-000
CY1-6292-000
B
B
1
1
PLATE, BODY NUMBER (N)
PLATE, BODY NUMBER (E)
(FOR USA, CANADA) #13211xxxxx
(FOR EUROPE, ASIA) #13311xxxxx
CY1-6296-000
CD1-5030-000
B
C
1
5
PLATE, BODY NUMBER (CH)
SCREW
(FOR CHINA) #13651 xxxxx
16
17
CD1-5028-000
C
1
SCREW
18
19
CD1-5032-000
CD1-5033-000
C
C
1
1
SCREW
SCREW
20
21
XA4-9170-359
XA4-5170-307
F
F
1
1
SCREW
SCREW
22
XA4-9170-407
F
2
SCREW
23
24
XA1-7170-357
XA1-7170-307
F
F
1
2
SCREW
SCREW
25
CD1-5031-000
C
2
SCREW
PowerShot G5
Pg2
INTERNAL PARTS SECTION-1
5
6
11
See Pg3
8
8
10
See Pg5
7
7
1
8
2
3
N.S
4
9
PowerShot G5
Pg2
PARTS LIST
SYMBOL
PARTS NO.
CLASS QTY
DESCRIPTION
1
2
CM1-1615-000
CD1-3213-000
C
C
1
1
MAIN BARREL UNIT
HOLDER, MICROPHONE
3
4
CM1-1564-010
CD1-4850-000
C
C
1
1
MICROPHONE UNIT
FRAME, SIDE COVER
5
CM1-1619-000
C
1
PCB ASS’Y, MAIN
6
7
CD1-4911-000
XA4-9170-359
C
F
1
2
SHEET, MAIN
SCREW
8
9
XA1-7170-307
CD1-3108-000
F
C
3
1
SCREW
SCREW
10
CD1-3798-000
C
2
SCREW
11
CD1-4987-000
C
2
SCREW
REMARKS
PowerShot G5
Pg3
INTERNAL PARTS SECTION-2
21
1
3
d
4
24
25
2
21
17
16
20
21
15
25
c
21
18
c
19
21
24
a
See Pg6
24
14
7
8
21
23
21
24
21
9
21
b
a
23
10
d
24
12
13
b
22
22
11
5
6
PowerShot G5
Pg3
PARTS LIST
SYMBOL
PARTS NO.
CLASS QTY
DESCRIPTION
1
2
CM1-1463-000
CM1-1602-000
B
B
1
1
FINDER UNIT
OPTICAL UNIT
3
4
CD1-3869-000
CS8-5209-000
C
C
1
1
HOLDER, LED
SPRING, CCD
5
CK1-0670-000
C
1
FPC, MAIN/FLASH
6
7
CM1-1632-000
CD1-4433-000
C
C
1
1
PCB ASS’Y, DC/DC CONVERTER
PLATE, ZOOM GND
8
9
CD1-4838-000
CD1-4844-010
C
C
1
1
FRAME, SUB
BASE, TRIPOD
10
CD1-4748-000
C
1
FRAME, MAIN
11
12
CM1-1473-010
CM1-1631-000
C
C
1
1
FLASH/JACK UNIT
SPEAKER UNIT
13
14
CD1-4848-000
CM1-1641-000
C
C
1
1
BUSH, SPEAKER
CF UNIT
15
CD1-4765-000
C
1
FRAME, REAR
16
17
CM1-1638-000
CD1-4762-000
C
C
1
1
PCB ASS’Y, BUTTON
BASE, SEL. BUTTON
18
19
CD1-4812-000
CM1-1614-000
C
C
1
1
HOLDER, EF SENSOR
BAT BOX UNIT
20
CM1-1642-000
B
1
FRONT LENS UNIT
21
22
XA4-9170-359
CB1-1998-000
F
C
12
6
SCREW
SCREW
23
24
CD1-3798-000
XA1-7170-307
C
F
2
6
SCREW
SCREW
25
XA1-7170-147
F
4
SCREW
REMARKS
PowerShot G5
Pg4
TOP COVER SECTION
7
6
3
21
4
5
1
15
14
18
19
16
8
17
11
24
20
12
9
10
13
2
23
22
24
PowerShot G5
Pg4
PARTS LIST
SYMBOL
PARTS NO.
CLASS QTY
DESCRIPTION
1
2
CD1-4836-000
CM1-1608-000
B
C
1
1
BASE, STRAP LEFT
B/W LCD UNIT
3
4
CD1-5019-000
XG8-1500-591
B
C
1
1
DIAL, MODE
BALL, MODE DIAL
5
CS8-5292-000
C
1
SPRING, MODE DIAL
6
7
CM1-1610-000
CD1-5018-000
B
B
1
1
TOP COVER UNIT
CAP, MODE DIAL
8
9
CL1-1106-000
CD1-5027-000
C
B
1
1
MODE DIAL BASE UNIT
BUTTON, TOP3
10
CD1-5024-000
B
1
BUTTON, TOP1
11
12
CD1-5025-000
CD1-4826-000
B
B
1
1
BUTTON, TOP2
WINDOW, B/W LCD
13
14
CD1-4824-000
CA1-9328-000
C
C
1
1
SEAL, DUST COVER
SPRING, ACCESSORY SHOE
15
CM1-1611-000
B
1
ZOOM LEVER UNIT
16
17
CD1-4846-000
CS8-5293-000
C
C
1
1
BRUSH, ZOOM
SPRING, ZOOM
18
19
CB1-6258-000
CA1-6504-000
B
C
1
1
ACCESSORY CONTACT UNIT
SHOE, ACCESSORY
20
CD1-3108-000
C
2
SCREW
21
22
XA1-3170-407
XA1-7170-167
F
F
4
2
SCREW
SCREW
23
24
XA4-5170-409
XA4-9170-359
F
F
2
2
SCREW
SCREW
REMARKS
PowerShot G5
Pg5
EVF UNIT SECTION
6
12
11
7
a
c
5
4
12
d
3
2
13
b
b
c
a
d
1
8
10
9
PowerShot G5
Pg5
PARTS LIST
SYMBOL
PARTS NO.
CLASS QTY
DESCRIPTION
1
2
CD1-5001-000
WG2-5219-000
B
C
1
1
COVER, LCD FRAME
PANEL, LCD
3
WG2-5219-001
CM1-1572-000
C
C
1
1
PANEL, LCD (SELECTION)
BACK LIGHT UNIT
4
CD1-4751-000
C
1
PLATE, NUT
5
6
CM1-1490-010
CD1-4752-000
C
C
1
1
PCB ASS’Y, LCD
SHEET, LCD
7
8
CD1-5002-000
CM1-1621-000
B
C
1
1
COVER, LCD TOP
HINGE UNIT
9
CD1-5003-000
B
1
COVER, HINGE
10
11
XA1-7170-307
XA4-9170-359
F
F
1
2
SCREW
SCREW
12
13
CD1-5028-000
CD1-4983-000
C
C
4
2
SCREW
SCREW
REMARKS
PowerShot G5
Pg6
BATTERY BOX UNIT SECTION
7
1
3
2
8
4
8
8
5
8
6
8
PowerShot G5
Pg6
PARTS LIST
SYMBOL
PARTS NO.
CLASS QTY
DESCRIPTION
1
2
CD1-4781-000
CD1-4795-000
C
C
1
1
SPRING, CF CLIPPING 1
COVER, LEAF SW
3
4
CL1-1107-000
CD1-4796-000
C
C
1
1
LEAF SW UNIT
HOLDER, R/C
5
CD1-4299-000
C
1
HOLDER, SLT
6
7
CM1-1639-000
XA4-5170-307
C
F
1
1
HV MODULE UNIT
SCREW
8
XA4-9170-359
F
5
SCREW
REMARKS
PowerShot G5
Pg7
Fuse
2
1
DC/DC CONVERTER PCB ASS’Y
PowerShot G5
Pg7
PARTS LIST
SYMBOL
1
2
PARTS NO.
CY4-6073-000
CY4-6074-000
CLASS QTY
D
D
2
1
DESCRIPTION
FUSE, DAITO KMC20
FUSE, MATSU. DENKI UNHS206
REMARKS
F11, F12
F13
PowerShot G5
Pg8
Accessories-1
Neck Strap
NS-DC2
USB Interface Cable
IFC-300PCU
1
N.S
Lens Cap
AV Cable AVC-DC100
2
N.S
CF Card FC-32M
FC
-3
2M
Wireless Controller WL-DC100
4
N.S
N.S
N.S
Canon Digital Camera
Solution Disk,
ArcSoft camera Suite Disk
3
CF CASE
5
N.S
N.Sl : N.S Stand for No Stock (Product available)
PowerShot G5
Pg8
PARTS LIST
SYMBOL
PARTS NO.
CLASS QTY
DESCRIPTION
REMARKS
1
2
C84-1157-000
C84-1156-000
B
B
1
1
STRAP, NECK
LENS CAP UNIT
3
C84-1168-000
C84-1169-000
S
S
1
1
CD-ROM, SOLUTION VER.13.0 (J/E)
FOR JAPAN
CD-ROM, SOLUTION VER.13.0 (E/F/S) FOR USA, CANADA
C84-1170-000
S
1
CD-ROM, SOLUTION VER.13.0 (J/E/C)
CY1-6074-000
FC2-9610-000
B
B
1
1
HOLDER, BATTERY
CASE, CF
4
5
FOR ASIA, AUSTRALIA
PowerShot G5
Pg9
Accessories-2
Compact Power Adapter CA-560
Wide Converter WC-DC58N
1
7
2
N.S
3
N.S
8
J
N
PLUG TYPE
E
B
A
Tele Converter TC-DC58N
Battery Pack BP-511
9
N.S
4
N.S
8
Charger Adapter/Car Battery Cable Kit
CR-560
N.S
5
DC CABLE
6
CB-560
N.Sl : N.S Stand for No Stock (Product available)
PowerShot G5
Pg9
PARTS LIST
SYMBOL
PARTS NO.
CLASS QTY
DESCRIPTION
REMARKS
1
2
D89-0900-000
DY4-4763-000
C
C
1
1
CORE, FERRITE
CORD, DC
3
D82-0641-000
D82-0642-000
C
C
1
1
CABLE, AC (J)
CABLE, AC (N)
FOR JAPAN
FOR USA, CANADA
D82-0643-000
C
1
CABLE, AC (E)
FOR EUROPE, ASIA
D82-0644-000
D82-0645-000
C
C
1
1
CABLE, AC (B)
CABLE, AC (A)
FOR ASIA
FOR AUSTRALIA
4
5
DY1-8242-000
DY1-8244-000
C
C
1
1
COVER, TERMINAL BP-511/BP522
DC CABLE
6
DY1-8243-000
C
1
CAR BATTERY CABLE CB-560
7
8
CD1-4929-000
CD1-4931-000
B
B
1
1
CAP, FRONT
CAP, REAR
9
CD1-4933-000
B
1
CAP, FRONT
PowerShot G5
Pg10
Accessories-3
Camera User Guide
1
Software Starter Guide
2
System Map
3
Quick Start Guide
4
PowerShot G5
Pg10
PARTS LIST
SYMBOL
1
2
3
4
PARTS NO.
CLASS QTY
DESCRIPTION
REMARKS
CDI-E075-000
S
1
I.BOOK (E) PS G5
FOR USA, CANADA,
ASIA, AUSTRALIA
CDI-F064-000
CDI-J066-000
S
S
1
1
I.BOOK (F) PS G5
I.BOOK (J) PS G5
FOR CANADA
FOR JAPAN
CDI-S065-000
S
1
I.BOOK (S) PS G5
FOR USA
CDI-E089-000
S
1
SOFTWARE GUIDE (E) VER.13.0
FOR USA, CANADA,
ASIA, AUSTRALIA
CDI-F078-000
CDI-J080-000
S
S
1
1
SOFTWARE GUIDE (F) VER.13.0
SOFTWARE GUIDE (J) VER.13.0
FOR CANADA
FOR JAPAN
CDI-S078-000
S
1
SOFTWARE GUIDE (S) VER.13.0
FOR USA
CDI-E076-000
S
1
SYSTEM MAP (E) PS G5
FOR USA, CANADA,
ASIA, AUSTRALIA
CDI-F066-000
CDI-J067-000
S
S
1
1
SYSTEM MAP (F) PS G5
SYSTEM MAP (J) PS G5
FOR CANADA
FOR JAPAN
CDI-S066-000
S
1
SYSTEM MAP (S) PS G5
FOR USA
CDI-E077-000
S
1
QUICK START GUIDE (E)
FOR USA, CANADA,
ASIA, AUSTRALIA
CDI-F066-000
CDI-J068-000
S
S
1
1
QUICK START GUIDE (F)
QUICK START GUIDE (J)
FOR CANADA
FOR JAPAN
CDI-S067-000
S
1
QUICK START GUIDE (S)
FOR USA
PowerShot G5
Pg11
Service Tools-1
DIA BOND NO.1663G BLACK
Three Bond 1401C
5
1
LOGENEST RAMBDA A-74
2
Adhesive Tape SONY T4000
3
Adhesive Tape 3M NO.56
4
PowerShot G5
Pg11
PARTS LIST
SYMBOL
PARTS NO.
CLASS QTY
DESCRIPTION
REMARKS
1
2
CY9-8129-000
CY9-8102-000
Y
Y
1
1
BOND, DIA BOND NO.1663G BLACK
LUBE, LOGENEST RAMBDA A-74
200ml
80g
3
4
CY4-6012-000
CY4-6018-000
Y
Y
1
1
ADHESIVE TAPE, SONY T4000
ADHESIVE TAPE, 3M NO.56
6mm x 50m Roll
5
CY9-8011-000
Y
1
BOND, THREE BOND 1401C
200g
PowerShot G5
Pg12
Service Tools-2
Service Manual CD-ROM
C-12 Filter
ND-2 Filter
5
8
W-10 Filter
ND-4 Filter
6
9
FL-W Filter
ND-8 Filter
7
10
1
Color Viewer (5600° K)
2
Standard Color Bar Chart
3
18% Gray Chart
4
PowerShot G5
Pg12
PARTS LIST
SYMBOL
PARTS NO.
CLASS QTY
DESCRIPTION
1
2
CY8-4386-031
DY9-2039-100
Y
Y
1
1
CD-ROM, SERVICE MANUAL (J/E)
COLOR VIEWER 5600K
3
4
DY9-2002-000
CY4-6016-000
Y
Y
1
1
COLOR BAR CHART
CHART, 18% GRAY
5
DY9-2029-000
Y
1
FILTER, C-12
6
7
CY9-1543-000
CY9-1550-000
Y
Y
1
1
FILTER, W-10
FILTER, FL-W
8
9
CY9-1552-000
CY9-1553-000
Y
Y
1
1
FILTER, ND-2
FILTER, ND-4
10
CY9-1554-000
Y
1
FILTER, ND-8
REMARKS
CHAPTER 5. DIAGRAMS
CONTENTS
1. INTERCONNECTION DIAGRAM
2. BLOCK DIAGRAMS
2.1 OVERALL
2.2 MAIN PCB ASS’Y (1/4)
2.3 MAIN PCB ASS’Y (2/4)
2.4 MAIN PCB ASS’Y (3/4)
2.5 MAIN PCB ASS’Y (4/4)
2.6 DC/DC ONVERTER PCB ASS’Y
2.7 LCD PCB ASS’Y
2.8 Abbreviation in Block Diagrams
3. P.C.B. DIAGRAMS
3.1 MAIN PCB ASS’Y
3.2 DC/DC ONVERTER PCB ASS’Y
3.3 STJ PCB ASS’Y
3.4 HV MODULE UNIT
3.5 TOP MODULE UNIT
3.6 LCD PCB ASS’Y
3.7 OPTICAL FLX
3.8 EF FLX
3.9 R_EN FLX
3.10 CCD FLX
1. INTERCONNECTION DIAGRAM
TOP FPC
SW8
CF UNIT
ACC SHOE FPC
SW9 SW7
SW4 SW10
(MODE DIAL)
SW3
SW1
SW6
SW2
CN2
B/W LCD
PANEL
1
26
SW5
BUTTON BATTERY
15
30
1
16
25
50
CN1
Board to Board
Board to Board
RED
BLK
CN1
LCD PANEL
MAIN PCB ASS'Y
BACK LIGHT UNIT
B25
CN804
B2
A15
A25
2
47
CN4
OPTICAL UNIT
B15
OPT FPC
A1
Battery Cover
Open/Close Detect
B1
A1
CN800
B20
B1
HV FPC
CN4
SW13
1 2
1
CN805
A20
A1
46
CN802
8
CN600
1
4
20
CN803
1
LCD Rotation
Detect SW
(HINGE UNIT)
CN3
1
CN1
8
24
1
6
CN806
12
1
CN401
20
1
CN402
CN2
1
1
1
8
CCD FPC
12
SW10
CN801
CF Cover
Open/Close
Detect SW
1
IG FPC
CN2
8
MAIN/FLASH FPC
1
FLASH
PIK
DC/DC CONVERTER PCB ASS'Y
LCD PCB ASS'Y
5
BLK
5
EF FPC
1
1
1
CN1
1
SW12
SW4
SW8
R-EN FPC
SW2
1
2
DIGITAL
10
1
SW7
1
CN5
F12
SW1
2
12
CN4
BATTERY BOX
2
5
1
CN3
1
1
CN1
DC IN
9.5V
CN3
CN2
2
MICROPHONE
40
3
STJ PCB ASS'Y
7
2
39
1
WHT
CN5
CN1
1
CN5
SW6
BRN
CN4
GRY
J1
A/V
OUT
1
2
CN2
SW5
SW9
SW2
SW1
F11
SW3
SPEAKER UNIT
01 JUNE, 2003
C CANON INC., 2003
CONNECTORS
DC/DC CONVERTER
PCB ASS’Y
MAIN PCB ASS’Y
CN4
CN401
CN800
CN801
CN805
A1
GND
1
PI_ZM_LED0
1
MATSW7
1
LCD_20V
A1
A2
/CD2
2
PI_ZM_RST0
2
MATCOM1
2
LCD_12.3V
A3
D10
3
COMZ
3
MATSW8
3
VDD0
A4
/IOIS16
4
PI_ZM_LED1
4
MATCOM3
4
A5
D09
5
PI_ZM_RST1
5
MATSW6
A6
D02
6
W_LEDK
6
A7
D08
7
W_LEDA
A8
D01
8
A9
/STSCHG
CF UNIT
CN1
EF FLEX BOARD
CN1
CN2
TOP FLEX
LCD BOARD
CN1
CN1
CN1
VBAT
1
VBAT
1
/REG
1
GND
1
EF_XGND
1
AFLED[01]
1
LCD_20V
A2
VBAT
2
VBAT
2
A01
2
D03
2
AVEF
2
MATSW[8]
2
LCD_12.3V
A3
DC_J_DET
3
DC_J_DET
3
/INPACK
3
D04
3
EF_STSP
3
MATSW[5]
3
VDD0
GND
A4
H2CHG
4
H2CHG
4
A02
4
D05
4
EF_ID
4
MATSW[6]
4
GND
5
GND
A5
VDD0-3.3
5
VDD0-3.3
5
/WAIT
5
D06
5
EF_CCC
5
PWR_OFF
5
GND
MATSW1
6
Serial_CLK
A6
VDD0-3.3
6
VDD0-3.3
6
A03
6
D07
6
EF_X
6
Not connected
6
Serial_CLK
7
MATSW4
7
Serial_D2I
A7
GND
7
GND
7
RESET
7
/CE1
7
STRB_SW
7
MATCOM[1]
7
Serial_D2L
PI_FOC_RST
8
MATSW3
8
LCD_CONT_CS
A8
GND
8
GND
8
A04
8
A10
CN5
8
MATSW[1]
8
LCD_CONT_CS
9
PI_FOC_LED
9
MATSW2
CN802
A9
VDD2-15.3
9
VDD2-15.3
9
Not connected
9
/OE
1
MATCOM_1
9
MATSW[2]
A10 D00
10
COMF
10
MATSW5
1
BASE_P_DET
A10 VDD2-5.5
10
VDD2-5.5
10
A05
10
A09
2
MARSW_6
10
MATSW[7]
1
ADDALAT
A11 GND
11
FOCA+
11
ROT_ENC[0]
2
MATCOM4
A11 VDD2-5.5
11
VDD2-5.5
11
VCC(/CSEL)
11
A08
3
MATSW_5
11
MATSW[4]
2
P_DET02
A12 A00
12
FOCA-
12
ROT_ENC[1]
3
ROT_DET
A12 GND
12
GND
12
A06
12
A07
4
ROT_ENC[0]
12
MATSW[3]
3
CSYNC
A13 /CE1
13
FOCB+
13
REMOTE
4
MATCOM4
A13 GND
13
GND
13
VCC
13
VCC
5
ROT_ENC[1]
13
PB_ON
4
GND
A14 D15
14
FOCB-
14
REG5.0V(by vbat)
CN803
A14 BAT_SENSE
14
BAT_SENSE
14
VCC
14
A06
6
REMOTE
14
REC_ON
5
Y+S
A15 D07
15
CCD-THM0
15
CFOPEN
1
ADDALAT(EX[23])
A15 GND
15
GND
15
IREQ
15
A05
7
REG5.0V(by vbat)
15
MATCOM[2]
6
GND
A16 D14
16
CCDTHM1
16
SLANT_OUT[0]
2
P_DET02
A16 /E0LAT
16
/E0LAT
16
A07
16
A04
8
CFOPEN
16
AFLED[21]
7
R-Y
A17 D06
17
ZMA+
17
SLANT_OUT[1]
3
CSYNC
A17 E12LAT
17
E1LAT
17
/WE
17
A03
9
GND
17
AFLED[22]
8
B-Y
A18 D13
18
ZMB+
18
SLANT_REF
4
GND
A18 OSC(EF2STJ)
18
OSC
18
A08
18
A02
10
GND
18
PWR_LED01
A19 D05
19
ZMA-
19
VDD10-3.3
5
Y+S
A19 IGBT(EF2STJ)
19
IGBT
19
/IOWR
19
A01
11
A_SLT_2
19
PWR_LED02
1
Not connected
A20 D12
20
ZMB-
20
VDD10-3.3
6
GND
A20 GND
20
GND
20
A09
20
A00
12
A_SLT_1
20
Not connected
2
RGT
CN402
21
SLANT_EN
7
R-Y
B1
VBAT
21
VBAT
21
/IORD
21
D00
13
B_SLT_1
21
Not connected
3
BLUE
8
B-Y
B2
SENSE(STJ2EF)
22
SENSE
22
/OE
22
D01
14
B_SLT_2
22
OLC_VDD
4
RED
CN804
B3
CHG
23
CHG
23
Not connected
23
D02
15
VDD10-3.3V
23
/OLC_RST
5
GREEN
A21 D04
CN2
CN3
A22 D11
1
MECH_THM0
22
Vlitium
A23 D03
2
MECH_THM1
23
GND
A24 /CD1
3
IRISB+
24
BATOPEN
B1
AFLED01
B4
I_SENSE
24
I_SENSE
24
A10
24
/IOIS16
16
VDD10-3.3V
24
SCK
6
PSIG
A25 GND
4
IRISA-
25
BAT_THRM
B2
MATSW8
B5
VDD0-3.3
25
VDD0-3.3
25
/CE2
25
/CD2
17
GND
25
SDAT
7
HCK1
B1
/REG
5
IRISA+
26
STROBO_STP
B3
MATSW5
B6
GND
26
GND
26
GND
26
/CD1
18
GND
26
/OLC_CS
8
HCK2
B2
A01
6
IRISB-
27
Not Connected
B4
MATSW6
B7
VDD12-1.5
27
VDD12-1.5
27
/CD2
27
D11
19
Vlitium
27
OLC_C/D
9
CEXT/REXT
B3
/INPACK
7
ND+
28
STRB_DET_SW
B5
PWR_OFF
B8
VDD12-1.5
28
VDD12-1.5
28
D10
28
D12
20
BATOPEN
28
GND
10
Not connected
B4
A02
8
ND-
29
XTRIG
B6
Not Connected
B9
GND
29
GND
29
/IOIS16
29
D13
21
BATT_THRM
29
GND
11
REF
B5
/WAIT
9
SHT+
30
GND
B7
MATCOM1
B10 Not Connected
30
Not connected
30
D09
30
D14
30
GND
12
HST
B6
A03
10
SHT+
31
GND
B8
MATSW1
B11 Not Connected
31
Not connected
31
D02
31
D15
13
WIDE
B7
RESET
11
SHT-
32
REG5.0V(E2)
B9
MATSW2
B12 VDD2-N7.9
32
VDD2-7.9
32
D08
32
/CE2
B8
A04
12
SHT-
33
REG5.0V(E2)
B10 MATSW7
B13 VDD3-12.3
33
VDD3-12.3
33
D01
33
Not connected
B9
/VS2
CN600
34
CSEFO
B11 MATSW4
B14 VDD3-20.0
34
VDD3-20
34
Not connected
34
/IORD
1
ROT_ENC[0]
1
B10 A05
1
VOUT
35
EFAD
B12 MATSW3
B15 GND
35
GND
35
D00
35
/IOWR
2
GND
2
B11 VCC
2
GND
36
CSEF1
B13 PB_ON
B16 E2LAT
36
E2LAT
36
/SPKR(GND)
36
/WE
3
ROT_ENC[1]
B12 A06
3
VDD
37
GND
B14 REC_ON
B17 E3LAT
37
E3LAT
37
A00
37
IREQ
4
GND
1
B13 VCC
4
RG
38
MOSI
B15 MATCOM2
B18 GND
38
GND
38
/CE1
38
VCC
5
PONG_SW_COM
2
B14 VCC
5
H2B
39
MISO
A1
AFLED21
B19 SP+
39
SP+
39
D15
39
VCC(/CSEL)
6
PONG_SW_SW
B15 IREQ
6
H1B
40
DAC1
A2
AMLED22
B20 SP-
40
SP-
40
D07
40
Not connected
B16 A07
7
GND
41
DAC2
A3
PWR_LED01
GND
B17 /WE
8
SUB
42
/SPCR
A4
PWR_LED02
1
MIC_GND
1
Vlitium
B18 A08
9
CSUB
43
SDAC_VCC
A5
OLC_BKLT[0]
2
MIC_IN
2
CN806
HV FLEX BOARD
STJ PCB ASS’Y
14
VDD
15
VSSG
MIC_IN
16
VDDG
MIC_GND
17
VSS
CN1
CN2
CN4
CN2
18
VDD
V_IN
19
DWN
GND
20
EN
21
VCK
VST
CN3
1
GND
22
2
V_IN
23
COM
24
Not connected
41
D14
41
RESET
1
ACADPT_IN
42
D06
42
/WAIT
2
GND
43
D13
43
/INPACK
1
VBUS
DD+
CN2
CN4
B19 /IOWR
10
VL
44
OSC
A6
OLC_BKLT[1]
3
AUDIO_GND
CN3
44
D05
44
/REG
2
B20 A09
11
H1A
45
BCLK
A7
OLC_VDD
4
Line_out
1
BATT_IN
45
D12
45
GND(/SPKR)
3
B21 /IORD
12
H2A
46
SCLK
A8
/OLC_RST
5
Video_GND
2
GND
46
D04
46
Not connected
4
GND
B22 /OE
13
V1
47
SENSE
A9
OLC_SCK
6
Video_OUT
47
D11
47
D08
5
AV_J_DET
B23 /VS1
14
V2
A10 OLC_SDAT
7
Not Connected
1
GMD
48
D03
48
D09
6
Not connected
B24 A10
15
V3A
A11 /OLC_CS
8
AV_J_DET
2
OSC
49
/CD1
49
D10
7
VIDEO_OUT
B25 /CE2
16
V3B
A12 OLC_C/D
9
GND
3
SENSE
50
GND
50
GND
8
Video_GND
17
V4
A13 GND
10
D+
4
VBAT
9
LINE_OUT
18
V5A
A14 GND
11
D-
5
IGBT
10
AUDIO_GND
19
V5B
A15 GND
12
VBUS
20
V6
1
SP+
2
SP-
01 JUNE, 2003
CN4
CN5
11
MIC_IN
12
MIC_GND
1
V_BUS
2
D-
3
D+
CN5
4
Not connected
5
UV_GND
C CANON INC., 2003
2. BLOCK DIAGRAMS
2.1 OVERALL
DATA COMMUNICATION
ANALOG IMAGE SIGNAL
ANALOG AUDIO SIGNAL
BUTTON BATTERY
BAT OPEN CF OPEN
R-EN
FPC
HV
FPC
A-SLANT
DET
OPTICAL UNIT
MAIN PCB ASS'Y
TH1
B-SLANT
DET
LCD BASE POSITION DETECT SW
CCD FPC
REMOTE
VDD2-15
T.G.
VDD2-N7.9
LCD ROTATION DETECT SW
CCD
SENSOR
LCD PCB ASS'Y
OPT FPC
KEY
Sens
ROTARY
ENCODER
Vcc
TH1
AF
Support
LIGHT
EMITTER
LCD
CONTROL
ADC
LCD
PANEL
M Zoom MOTOR
KEY
EF FPC
ACC. SHOE
FPC
EF IC
MOTOR
DRIVER
VBAT
CPU
M Focus MOTOR
BATTERY
LOAD TEST
SW
Digital Signal
Processing IC
M Iris MOTOR
M ND MOTOR
VDD0-3.3
BACK LIGHT
UNIT
M Shutier MOTOR
TH1
ACC. SHOE
DAC
VDD0-3.3
OLC
DRIVE
RESET
VDD3-20
REG 5V(BAT)
DIAL/
KEY
FLASH MEMORY
AUDIO Amp.
USB
VDD3-12.3
RTC
REG5V
VDD0-3.3
COMP. VIDEO
+3.0V REG
SHT FPC
TOP MODULE
UNIT
OLC
VIDEO
SD RAM
FINDER LED
VDD
MIC IN
VDD2-1 5
VDD2-N7.5
REG
VDD2-15.3
VDD2-N7.9
OSC
VDD12-1.5
VIDEO Amp.
REG5V
+5V REG
REG5V(BAT)
+5V REG
CF UNIT
VDDC
VBAT
CF CARD
VBAT
VDD0-3.3
STJ PCB ASS'Y
VDD0-3.3
VBAT
VBAT
USB
CN5
REG
SPEAKER
UNIT
VDD0-3.3
MIC
DC/DC
CONVERTER
AV OUT
HV/OSC/XE_DRIVE
DC IN
(9.5V)
01 JUNE, 2003
BATTERY BOX
UNIT
VDD2-5.5
VDD2-15.3
VDD2-N7.5
VDD3-12.3
VDD3-20
VDD12-1.5
CHARGE
CONTROL
CN2
DC/DC CONVERTER PCB ASS'Y
C CANON INC., 2003
2.2 MAIN PCB ASS’Y (1/4)
DATA COMMUNICATION
ANALOG IMAGE SIGNAL
ANALOG AUDIO SIGNAL
IC107 Digital Signal
Processing IC (1/2)
T8F80XB-0002
MAIN PCB ASS'Y (1/4)
IC108
VPVD,
APVD[0]-[2]
OPTICAL UNIT
(1/2)
Q600
BUFFER
2SC3938
CCD FPC
IC1
CCD SENSOR
+15V
IC600 CDS,AD
HD49338F
C609
VOUT
V1
V2
V3A
V3B
V4
V5A
V5B
V6
SUB
CSUB
H1-1
H1-2
H2-1
H2-2
RG
VDD
VL
11
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
16
17
19
15
20
14
13
12
18
1
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
8
9
11
6
12
5
4
3
10
CN600
VOUT
V1
V2
V3A
V3B
V4
V5A
V5B
V6
SUB
CSUB
H1A
H1B
H2A
H2B
RG
VDD
VL
30
C630
43
39
44
46
38
40
42
47
48
C637
10
12
C624
8
41
45
Q601
VSUB CONT
PDTC144EE
V1
V2
V3A
V3B
V4
V5A
V5B
V6
SUB
H1A
H1B
H2A
H2B
RG
VH
VL
VDD2,3
D0
ı
D11
CKI
OSCO
OSCI
XSHP
XSHD
PBLK
ADCLK
MCKO
VR
HR
SSI
SCK
SEN
VDD1,4,5
CCD[0]
ı
CCD[11]
12
27
AOUTP[0]
30
AOUTP[1]
X600
45MHz
21
22
19
16
AOUTP[2]
SPBLK
SPSIG
PBLK
ADCLK
HD
VD
CLOBP
CCD_CLK
CCD_CLK
CLOBP
34
17
OBP
VD
HD
35
31 SSG_SDATA
32 SSG_SCLK
TG.CS
33
47
48
CDSAD_CS 46
SDATA
SCK
CS
LCD_BY/COMP
Y+S
R-Y
B-Y
Q106
2SC4617
TO LCD PCB
ASS'Y
Q107
2SC4617
LCD_RY
SSGOUT[0]
SSGOUT[1]
SSGOUT[5]
CCD_CLK
EX[23]
P4[2]
P4[6]
AVDD1-2,
DVDD1,6,
DRDVDD
EX[9]
EX[10]
EX[53]
P2[7]
5
+5V REG
TAR5S33
FROM
DC/DC CONVERTER PCB ASS'Y
A14
A1
A2
B1
A5
A6
B5
B7
B8
A10
A11
5
BAT_SENSE
TG, CDS_AD
X101
27MHz
Serial_1
4
IC100 MAIN POWER SW
BD6520F
1,2
VDD0-3.3
VDD12-1.5
VDD2N7.5
VDD2-15
6-8
3 1
VDD1_EI0
B12 VDD2-N7.9
A9 VDD2-15.3
E2LAT
E3LAT
VDD3-12.3
VDD3-20
SENSE
OSC
IGBT
B19 SP+
B20 SP-
L103
VDD12-1.5
VCPU
AD_VCC
VDDC-0
ı
VDDC-5
VDD1_ECORE
4 2
E3LAT
IC808
E2LAT
E3LAT
VBAT
CN801
Serial_D2L
Serial_CLK
7
6
LCD_CONT_CS 8
7
TO LCD PCB
ASS'Y
5
1
+5V REG
TK11150CS
E2LAT
4
P3[2]
P3[1]
P3[0]
P2[0]
P2[2]
P2[3]
P2[4]
P2[5]
P2[6]
P3[3]
P3[4]
P3[5]
P4[4]
P4[7]
SCCLK
LCD_20V
LCD_12.3V
VDD0
1
2
3
CN802
BASE_P_DET
MATCOM4
ROT_DET
MATCOM4
1
2
3
4
P2,P3,P4
EX[40]
EX[41]
EX[19]
LCD BASE
POSITION DETECT
LCD ROTATION
DETECT
VDD3-12.3
5
a
b
3 c
VDD3-20
3
IC809(2/2) INV
TC7W04FU
A
3
SP
VIDEO
4
VCC
IC812
VIDEO AMP
NJM2574RB1
01 JUNE, 2003
VDD_SDO-0
ı
VDD_SDO-5
VDD_DSCI
VDD1_DRAM
EX[20]
L101
L100
IC650
VDD3-0
ı
VDD3-10
L102
VDD10-3.3
VDD2-5.5
VDD2-5.5
2
LCD
VDD3-20
VDD3-12.3
VDD0-3.3
P4_5
VDD0-3.3
L104
VDD12-1.5
1
3
VXOUT
AD_VDET
V BAT
REG
B16
B17
B13
B14
B2
A18
A19
+3.3V REG
TAR5S33
ADDALAT
CSYNC
P_DET 02
VXIN
4
IC603
CN805 (1/2)
5
7
8
4
IC602
BAT_SENSE
VDD1_EI0
CN803
Q105
2SC4617
LCD YS
+15V
V BAT
5
Q105-Q107 : BUFFER
AD[0]
ı
AD[11]
26
28
18
19
20
23
+2.5V REG
TK11125CS
1.5VDC
VREF[0]-[2]
CDSIN
IC601 TG
CXD3619R
4
5
Q800 BUFFER
2PA1774
C CANON INC., 2003
2.3 MAIN PCB ASS’Y (2/4)
DATA COMMUNICATION
ANALOG IMAGE SIGNAL
ANALOG AUDIO SIGNAL
IC7 COMPARATOR
NJM12903R
4
2
MATSW_5
SW8
Macro
MATSW_6
SW6
Remocon
SW7
Strobo
MATSW_7
MATSW_8
OLC VDD
AFLED[21]
AFLED[22]
AE_LOCK
MF
FOCUS
SET
MENU
DISP
WR
SW12
SW4
SW7
SW6
SW8
SW5
SW9
SW3
SW2
CN2
ROT_ENC[0]
ROT_ENC[1]
PONG_SW_COM
PONG_SW_SW
EX[43]
2
5
2
4
EX[28]
EX[29]
EX[30]
2
6
6
1
4
2
EX[23]
EX[41]
Q109 INV XP6213
P2[4]
3
5
1
VDD0-3.3
Q113
SW
PDTA114EE
EX[19]
EX[40]
8
LCD
P2[3]
7
Q110 INV
XP6213
EX[23]
EX[53]
EX[28]
EX[29]
EX[30]
EX[23]
P2[6]
3
P2[2]
4
3
AIN[1]
AIN[5]
LINE_OUT
MIC-IN
MIC_GND
VIDEO_OUT
8
4
2
1
6
D+
D-
10
11
VBUS
12
TO
STJ PCB ASS'Y
1
IC104 CPU (1/2)
UPD82518F1-021-EN6
3
VCPU
EX20
CN806
AV_J_DET
VCPU
2
EX[9]
EX[10]
4
EX[20]
Q103 SW
XP03312
USB_PWON 2
EX7
1
X100
24MHz
VCPU
1
IC105
P2,P3,P4
2
1
RESET
S-80927CNMC-G8X
EX[9]
VDD
VCPU
SSG_SDATA
6
SSG_SCLK
Serial 1
2
RTC
PWR_LED01
3
5
P3[3]
11
PONG
Serial 0
EX[10]
5
ROTARY
ENCODER
1
VIDEO
D_P
D_N
USB_VBUS
EX[16]
EX[17]
EX[18]
EX[19]
EX[40]-[47]
1
3
5
6
7
P4[7]
Q104 SW
XP03312
Q111 INV PDTC114EE
P2[5]
BATTERY COVER
OPEN DET. SW
EX[19]
P2[0]
DA[3]
EX[34]
EX[35]
EX[26]
EX[27]
ADIN[1]
EX[48]
6
IC811 BUFFER
TC7WH126FU
EX[9]
EX[10]
B
BUTTON
BATTERY
2
1
CF LID
OPEN DET. SW
SW13
24
15
25
22
11
12
SLANT_OUT[0] 16
SLANT_OUT[1] 17
SLANT_REF 18
SLANT_EN 21
VDD10-3.3V 19
VDD10-3.3V 20
EX[16]
EX[18]
EX[40]
EX[41]
EX[42]
EX[43]
EX[44]
EX[45]
EX[46]
EX[47]
P3[5]
IC801
IC805
+5V REG
TKIII50CS
+5V REG
TKIII50CS
ADIN[5]
EX[63]
SW10
BATOPEN
CFOPEN
BAT_THRM
V-litium
ROT_ENC[0]
ROT_ENC[1]
39
34
36
MISO
CSEF0
CSEF1
6
9
8
7
10
5
1
3
46
38
SCLK
MOSI
MATSW1
MATSW2
MATSW3
MATSW4
MATSW5
MATSW6
MATSW7
MATSW8
42
47
44
45
/SPCR
SENSE
OSC
BCLK
32
33
14
35
29
STRB_DET_SW 28
XTRIG
EX[49]
EX[50]
B
DA,DACD1
13
2
1
THERMISTOR
R-EN FPC
4
EX[40]
EX[41]
EX[42]
EX[43]
EX[44]
EX[45]
EX[46]
EX[47]
V-litium
GND
13
LED1 SML521
PWR_LED02
CN4
NF100
OLC VDD
Q114
SW
PDTC114TE
5
REMOTE
TH1
AUDIO
EX[16]
EX[17]
AFLED[01]
LED3
SML310
5
VBAT
1
CLK32KIN
EX54
EX58
EX59
CS2
LIVDD
SW9
Sokkyo
17
18
19
5
13
14
22
5
7
RU1 REMOTE CONTROL
RS-181
2
3
B-SLANT
DET
VDD0-3.3
3
IC103 RTC4574JE
7
IC111 BUFFER
TC7WH126FK
FOUT
CE0
DATA
CLK
CE1
Relase
MATSW_4
1
IC803 SW
TC7W66FU
2
3
7
6
8
SW1
Zoom-
1
HV FPC
A-SLANT
DET
14
B-SLT-2
VDD10-3.3V 15
VDD10-3.3V 16
REG5.0V(BAT) 7
6
REMOTE
BATT_THRM 21
Vlitium
19
CF_ OPEN
8
ROT_ENC[0] 4
ROT_ENC[1] 5
1
MATCOM1
3
MATSW5
MATSW6
2
BATOPEN
20
4
RESETB
MATSW_3
3
VDD 2
IRESET
SW2
Zoom+
B8 MATSW1
B9 MATSW2
B12 MATSW3
B11 MATSW4
B3 MATSW5
B4 MATSW6
B10 MATSW7
B2 MATSW8
B1 AFLED01
A1 AFLED21
A2 AFLED22
A3 PWR_LED01
A4 PWR_LED02
B5 PWR_OFF
B13 PB_ON
B14 REC_ON
A7 OLC_VDD
A
13
OSC1-X2
MATSW_2
8
9
12
11
3
4
10
2
1
16
1
12
11
13
VDD10-3.3
4
20
OSC1-X1
MATSW_1
MATSW[1]
MATSW[2]
MATSW[3]
MATSW[4]
MATSW[5]
MATSW[6]
MATSW[7]
MATSW[8]
AFLED[01]
AFLED[21]
AFLED[22]
PWR_LED01
PWR_LED02
PWR_OFF
PB_ON
REC_ON
OLC_VDD
2
3
VCC
18 17 TC74VHCT245AFT
15 16
6 3
G1
G2
OLC_VDD
7
VDD1-22
Upper Dial
B7 MATCOM1
B15 MATCOM2
6
CN5
A-SLT-1
A-SLT-2
B-SLT-1
5
6
REG 5.0V
(E2)
EX[39]
EX[11]
EX[38]
EX[24]
EX[49]
EX[50]
EX[63]
EX[48]
EX[26]
EX[27]
EX[34]
EX[35]
MATCOM[1] 7
MATCOM[2] 15
7
3
IC806
3.3/5V BUFFER
14
VDAC
Q108
INV
PDTC144E
OLC VDD
REG5.0V
5
1
3
2
1
3
G
12 11
DACD[0]
VDD
7
2
EX[5]
EX[9]
EX[10]
EX[39]
5 4
EX[9]
EX[10]
A9 OLC_SCK
A10 OLC_SDAT
A11 /OLC_CS
A12 OLC_C/D
A8 /OLC_RST
6
9
SCCLK
CN804
24
25
26
27
23
19
CLK
Q
5
CLR
6
8
c
a
b
CN1
SCK
SDAT
/OLC_CS
OLC_C/D
OLC_RST
5
25
E1,E2
DIR
P3[4]
8
9
10
11
16
1
P4[4]
SEG0 SCK
ı
SD
SEG3
CS
SEG0
ı
C/D
SEG31
RESET
CN800
SDAC-VCC
DAC2
DAC1
43
41
40
17
ı
20
25
28 ı
48
EFAD
IC1 EF
LC4090L
DA[12]
DA[11]
OLC
1
NSPCR
4 2
6
VDD2-EF5.0
IC810 FF
TC7W74FK
7
6
11
STORBO_STP 26
7
7SH32
19 MISO
18
CSEF0
17
CSEF1
CCC
EFID
STSP
AVEF
SYNC
4
SENSE
10
OSC
12
BCLK
2
5
6
3
EX[24]
COM0
ı
COM3
SEG0
ı
SEG3
SEG0
ı
SEG31
IC809(1/2)
INV
TC74W04FU 1
12
ı
15 COM0
ı
4 COM3
REG5.0V
Q1 BUFFER
XP4601
28
DAC1
DAC2
27
1
Q3
XP6501
SW1
13
9
14
SCLK
16
MOSI
7
VDD2-EF5.0
IC1 OLC DRIVER
BU9728AKV
4
IC4 OR
2
4
1
3
14
2
CN1
EF_XGND
STRB_SW
EF_CCC
EF_ID
EF_STOP
AVEF
EF_X
Q4 SW
2SC3631
TOP MODULE UNIT
IC6(2/2)
12
8
MATCOM_1 2
MATCOM_3 4
REMOTE
13
10 IC6(1/2)
5
6
ACC. SHOE
REG 5.0V
REG 5.0V
REG 5V
EFAD
ACC. SHOE FPC
1
7
5
4
3
2
6
5
3
EX[42]
EF FPC
Q2
XP6501
IC6 AMP
BA10324AFVP
REG5.0V
1
VCPU
MAIN PCB ASS'Y (2/4)
LED2 SML521
SW10
SW4
SW3
01 JUNE, 2003
PWR_OFF
PWR_ON
REC_ON
C CANON INC., 2003
2.4 MAIN PCB ASS’Y (3/4)
DATA COMMUNICATION
ANALOG AUDIO SIGNAL
MAIN PCB ASS'Y (3/4)
DA,DACD1
4
VBAT
5
+3.3V REG 4
TK11133CS
14
13
EX[23]
1
DA[6]
DA[7]
DA[8]
DA[9]
DA[10]
EX[9]
EX[10]
EX[12]
Serial_0
VCC
VDD
A6
A7
A8
A9
A10
20
19
22
SI
CLK
/EN
A1
A2
A3
A5
A11
A12
IC104 CPU (2/3)
UPD82518F1-021-EN6
DA[1]
DA[2]
DA[3]
DA[5]
DA[11]
DA[12]
1
2
3
5
11
12
C814
C818
SP
TO
DC/DC CONVERTER PCB ASS'Y
EX[23]
EX[12]
IC807 AUDIO Amp.
AN12905A
A1-A21
A1
ı
A21
21
D0
ı
D15
16
A0
ı
A20
VDD0_3.3
IC102 BUFFER
TC755W51FK
8
C834
3
1
7
5
AIN0
D0-D15
AD_VCC
5
4
+3.0V REG
TK11130CS
1
BAT_SENSE
EX[23]
Q102 SW XP4312
4
3
2
c
d
e
f
g
INTP1
WAITB
CSENGB
UBEB
ALE
EX6
ECLK
ESDT
ESREQ
INTP2
EX31
AIN2
VDDI_DRAM
k
INTP2
CD
2
TG.CDS,AD
Q101
XP03311
10
a
b c
d e
f
g h
i j
k
2
CPUADR_0
ı
CPUADR_3
CPUAD_0
ı
CPUAD_15
1
CPURDWR
CPUMEMIO
INTR
NWAIT
NCSE
UBEB
ALE
NRESET
BUSCLK
ESDT
ESREQ
UDZS 2.0B
A0
ı
A11
12
2
SDADR_0
ı
SDADR_11
SDBS_0
SDBS_1
CKE
SDWE
SDCAS
SDRAS
SDCKE_0
CLK
SDCLK
DQ0
ı
DQ31
32
SDDT_0
ı
SDDT_31
SDM0
ı
SDM3
4
SDDQM_0
ı
SDDQM_3
/CS
4
3
A16-A19
4
VDD1-3,
VCCQ1-10
/CS
16
BATTERY LOAD TEST
11
D0-D15
Q100
2SD1664
EX14
EX8
INTP0
IC107 Digital Signal
Processing IC (2/2)
T8F80XB-0002
/WE
/CAS
/RAS
1
VBAT
CF UNIT
BA0
BA1
h
i
j
TG_CS
EX51
TGSAD_CS
EX52
EX13
VDD1_EI0
IC109 SDRAM
IC110 SDRAM
K4S283233F-MN1L
AVDD
AVREF
AVERFP
AIN5-7
VCC
C5
/WE
H2
/CE
J2
/OE
D5
/RESET
b
MRDB
EX22
SP+
SP–
DQ0
ı
DQ15
a
MWRB
CSMEMB
AOUT
IC101
SDCS_0
SDCS_1
0
1
2
0
1
2
PCADR_0
PCADR_1
PCADR_2
P1_0
ı
P1_7
A00
A01
A02
A03
CFAD_0
-10
8
A10
D00
PCDT_0
ı
PCDT_15
CN1
CN4
16
CFDT_0-15
INTP2
D15
NPCRD
NPCWR
PCCE 1
PCCE 2
PCRDY
PCIRQ
PCIOIS
P0_5
P0_1
P4U_0
P0_0
P0_4
/IORD
/IOWR
/CE1
/CE2
/WAIT
IREQ
/IOIS16
/WE
RESET
/INPACK
/REG
/OE
/CD1
/CD2
CD
VCC
VDDIO-3.3
L105
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A3
A4
A16
A17
B3
B4
IC106 FLASH MEMORY
MBM29LV320BE90PBT
EVR_CTL
43
STBY
VCC_SP
SP_PWRS
LINE_MUTE
38
MIC_PWRS
VCC
35
MIC_BIAS
34
MIC_IN
19
REC_O
42 LINE_OUT
17
PB_AMP_I
41
LMUTE_TR
1
3
DC_J_DET
H2CHG
/E0LAT
/E12LAT
CHG
I_SENSE
DACD[0]
DACD[1]
DACD[2]
DACD[3]
18
D0
17
D1
16
D2
15
D3
16
AUDIO
2
12
22
44
32
33
CN805(2/2)
EX[25]
EX[57]
EX[3]
EX[21]
EX[15]
ADIN[4]
EX[25]
EX[57]
EX[3]
EX[21]
EX[15]
ADIN[4]
2
DA[6]
DA[7]
DA[8]
DA[9]
DA[10]
VDD0-3.3
Q801 INV
PDTC114TE
4
IC804
DA,DACD
6
IC802 DAC
M62376GP
A12
B2
B4
37
2
4
B6
B8
B10 8
B12
B16
B18
B20
B24
A10
A8
A6
A23
A21
A19
A17
A15 16
A7
A5
A3
A22
A20
A18
A16
A14
6
8
10
12
16
18
20
24
35
33
31
48
46
44
42
40
32
30
28
47
45
43
41
39
B21
21
B19
A13
B25
B5
B15
A4
B17
B7
B3
B1
B22
A24
A2
B13
B14
19
38
25
5
15
29
17
7
3
1
22
49
27
13
14
CN2
A00
20
14
12
11
A10
D00
10
8
21
23
2
6
47
49
27
16
14
D15
31
/IORD
/IOWR
/CE1
/CE2
/WAIT
IREQ
/IOIS16
/WE
RESET
/INPACK
/REG
/OE
/CD1
/CD2
34
35
7
32
42
37
24
36
VCC
CF CARD
41
43
44
9
26
25
13
38
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DATA COMMUNICATION
MAIN PCB ASS'Y (4/4)
DACD[1]
DA, DACD
VDD0-3.3
Q402
MECH PI POWER SAVE
XPO3390
2
3
6
IC401 COMPARATOR
NJM12903R
IC104 CPU(3/3)
UPD82518F-021-EN6
VDD
EX[0]
EX[1]
1
ZOOM1
1
3
2
ZPI0
ZOOM2
7
5
6
ZPI1
OPTICAL UNIT (2/2)
IC403 INVERTER
TC7W04FK
DA[2]
DA[5]
EX[32]
EX[33]
EX[61]
1
7
3
5
VCC
8
ZM_CTLR1
ZM_CTLR2
ZM_PWM
REDCONT
17
2
18
1
AIN2
BIN2
AIN1
BIN1
APWM
BPWM
BSTBY
ASTBY
VM
FU403
22
6
5
3
2
1
4
Q404
PWM SW
XP4312
ADIN[3]
ADIN[6]
ADIN[7]
FU402
EX[60]
EX[55]
EX[56]
EX[62]
DACD[2]
MECH_CS
MECH_CLK
MECH_DATA
DA[1]
ZPI1
VBAT
13
AO1
11
AO2
5
BO1
BO2 8
ZM1
ZM2
ZM3
ZM4
IC402 Focus, Iris, ND, Shutter MOTOR DRIVE
BD8753KV
VM2-1,2
VCC
VM3,4
VM1-1,2
VBAT
EX[38]
EX[36]
EX[37]
VCC
ZPI0
ADIN[3]
ZM1
ZM2
ZM3
ZM4
ADIN[6]
L402
VDD0-3.3
EX[60]
EX[55]
EX[56]
EX[62]
Q401
2SC4617
IC404 Zoom MOTOR DRIVE
TB6552FL
16
3
4
15
DACD[3]
FU401
2
3
10
11
1
28
31
32
33
35
PWM1
PWM2
PWM3
PWM4
PWM6
PS
STROBE
CLK
DATA
VLIM6
43
OUT1A
41
OUT1B
48
OUT2A
46
OUT2B
FOC1
FOC2
FOC3
FOC4
13
OUT3A
15
OUT3B
18
OUT4A
20
OUT4B
IRIS1
IRIS2
IRIS3
IRIS4
21
OUT5A
24
OUT5B
ND1
ND2
40
OUT6A
37
OUT6B
SHT1
SHT2
FOC1
FOC2
FOC3
FOC4
IRIS1
IRIS3
IRIS4
IRIS2
ND1
ND2
SHT1
SHT2
ADIN[7]
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CN401
PI_ZM_LED0 1
PI_ZM_RST0 2
COMZ
3
PI_ZM_LED1 4
PI_ZM_RST1 5
6
W_LEDK
W_LEDA
7
PI_FOC_RST 8
PI_FOC_LED 9
COMF
10
ZMA+
17
ZMB+
18
ZMA19
ZMB20
OPT FPC
Zoom
PI
LED1
AF LED
AF
PI
Zoom
MOTOR
TH1 CCD
THERMISTER
CCD_THMO
CCD_THMO
FOCA+
FOCAFOCB+
FOCB-
15
16
11
12
13
14
Focus
MOTOR
SHT FPC
CN402
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
IRISB+
IRISAIRISA+
IRISBND+
NDSHT+
SHT+
SHTSHT12
MECH_THMO 1
MECH_THM1 2
Iris
MOTOR
ND
MOTOR
Shutter
MOTOR
TH1 MECH
THERMISTER
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DATA COMMUNICATION
ANALOG IMAGE SIGNAL
ANALOG AUDIO SIGNAL
DC/DC CONVERTER PCB ASS'Y
BATTERY BOX UNIT
F12
IC14 REG
S-817B33AMC
VBAT
D14
2
CN3
2
1
2 BATT_IN
GND
1
C23
Q19
(2/2)
DC_J_DET
1
2
Q14
PWM SW
F11
ACADPT_IN
GND
Q59
RSNS CHARGE SW
L11
D12
D15
T51
Q19,Q20Q22
TRICLE CHARGE
D61
Q19(1/2)
V_SENSE SW
VIN
IC15
R1223N332H
Q18
V_SENSE SW
EXT
4
3
IC51
AN8049S
SW REG CONTROL
VCC
T52
6
5
VDD
DRIVE
I_SENSE
IC13
M62211FP
CHARGE
CONTROL
V_SENSE
2
3
1
I_SENSE
7
Q11(1/2)
I_SENSE
4
6
6
2
Q51
SW
5
3
VREF
IC11(2/2)
TA74W01FU
I_SENSE
1
9
Q14 SW
5
CTL1
IN-1
OUT2
CTL2
IN-2
OUT3
1
8
IN-3
OFF
D50
D57
+12.3V
Q56
PWM SW
13
21
15
18
2
Q58
PWM SW
L51
5
VREF
8
E1LAT
E3LAT
E2LAT
DC_J_DET
1
9
H2CHG
Q57
SW DRIVE
VREF
9
VDD2-N7.9
10
11
32
VDD3-20
VDD3-12.3
34
33
VDD12-1.5
27
28
E2LAT
E3LAT
36
37
SPSP+
40
39
IGBT
OSC
SENSE
19
18
22
E1LAT
DC_J_DET
17
3
H2CHG
/E0LAT
CHG
I_SENSE
4
16
23
24
TO
MAIN PCB ASS'Y
+1.5V
3
Q15
BUFFER
VDD2-15.3
+20V
16
23
5
6
25
VDD2-5.5
D59
SW REG
CONTROL
Q17
CHG OFF
+5.5V
-7.9V
Q23
/EOLAT SW
1
OUT1 12
10
+15.3V
Q55
PWM SW
/EOLAT
D60
D58
D55
VOUT
Q11
C25
VDD0-3.3
F13
+3.3V
Q20
CE
Q13
L12
5
C18,
C26
Q12
SW DRIVE
Q11,Q13
SW
D16
3
1
Q24
PWM SW
Q22
CN2
VIN VOUT
GND
CN1
BAT_SENSE 14
1
2
VBAT
21
CHG
CN5
1
2
SPEAKER
UNIT
1
2
SP+
SP-
STJ PCB ASS'Y
CN3
3
V IN
GND
CN2
2 V IN
1 GND
2
1
DC_IN
(9.5V)
CN4
L1
D105
Q102
POWER SW
D103 T101
C105
VBAT
SENSE
OSC
IGBT
VBAT
Q103
OSC
T102
AVOUT
4
3
2
5
44
Q105
CURRENT LIMIT
VIDEO_OUT
OSC
AUDIO_OUT
Q101
POWER SW
DRIVE
AV_J_DET
J1
SENSE
IGBT
3
CN1
1
2
MIC
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MIC_IN
MIC_GND
Q104
XE DRIVE
3
CN4
1
VBUS
2
DD+
3
AV_V_JET
5
VIDEO_OUT 7
9
LINE_OUT
11
MIC_IN
MIC_GND
12
CN5
3
D+
2
DVBUS
1
FROM
MAIN PCB ASS'Y
USB
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2.7 LCD PCB ASS’Y
DATA COMMUNICATION
ANALOG IMAGE SIGNAL
LCD PCB ASS'Y
IC3 LCD CONTROL
CXA3572AR
Q3,Q4,Q7 : 2PA1774
C11
FROM
MAIN PCB ASS'Y
5
CN2
Y+S
7
R-Y
8
B-Y
22
Q3
C12
23
C13
24
Q9
4
Q7
4
G/Y
R/R-Y
B/B-Y
6
IC1 +3.0V REG
TK11130CS
2
1
3
PDET02
ADDALAT
CSYNC
5 VIN VOUT 4
CONT
1
VCC1
VDD1,2
25
CN1
7 Serial_D2L
6 Serial_CLK
8 LCD_CONT_CS
33
32
31
Q1 LCD V DET.
XP6210
6
FROM
MAIN PCB ASS'Y
5
SYNC_IN
SDAT
SCK
SEN
4
3
1
2
IC7 +12V REG
NJM2370U12
2
3
1
LCD_12.3V
VDD0
5
VIN
VOUT
VST
VCK
EN
DWN
WIDE
HST
HCK1
HCK2
RGT
PSIGOUT
4
12
CN3
10
ROUT
12
GOUT
8
BOUT
6
COM
27
REF
VCC2
DAOUT
3
2
1
47
46
44
42
43
40
14
RED
GREEN
BLUE
COM
REF
4
5
3
23
11
VST
VCK
EN
DWN
WIDE
HST
HCK1
HCK2
RGT
22
21
20
19
13
12
7
8
2
PSIG
6
VDD
14
18
VDDG
16
LCD PANEL
26
LCD_20V
ZD2
BACKLIGHT UNIT
Q2 LCD BRIGHT CONT
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2.8 Abbreviation in Block Diagrams
Abbreviation
Nominal name
ADC
Analog-to-Digital (A/D) Converter
AE
Automatic Exposure control
AF
Automatic Focussing control
AND
Logic AND circuit
R-Y/B-Y
Description
Color difference signals of TV system
BPF
Band-Pass Filter
BUFFER
Buffer circuit
C
Chrominance signal
Color component signal of TV system
CCD
Charge-Coupled Device
CCD imager
CDS
Correlated Double Sampling system
COMP.VIDEO
Composite video signal
COMPARATOR
Voltage comparator
CPU
Central Processing Unit
DAC
Digital-to-Analog (D/A) Converter
DRAM
Dynamic Random Access Memory
Memory with which read and write are freely possible.
DSP
Digital Signal Processing
Typically DSP device
EEPROM
Electrically Erasable PROM
PROM that is electrically erasable.
EVF
Electronic View Finder
FET
Field Effect Transistor
FLASH MEMORY
Non-volatile memory with which write and read are freely
possible.
HPF
High-Pass Filter
I/F
InterFace
The circuit that interconnects 2 devices or circuits.
IGBT
Insulated Gate Bipolar Transistor
Conductivity-modulation type FET transistor
INV.
Logic Inverter circuit
IR
InfraRed ray
IRIS
Iris
LCD
Liquid Crystal Device
Typically LCD display
LED
Light Emitting Diode
Typically LED display
LPF
Low-Pass Filter
NTSC
National Television System Committees
OP Amp
OPerational Amplifier
OR
Logic OR circuit
OSC
OSCillator
PAL
Phase Alternating by Line
PLL
Phase Locked Loop
PROM
Programmable Read Only Memory
PWM
Pulse Width Modulation
REG.
REGulated power supply
NTSC color TV system developed in USA
PAL color TV system developed in Germany
Non-volatile memory in which program can be written.
RTC
Real Time Clock
Reference clock oscillator
SDRAM
Synchronous Dynamic RAM
DRAM whose bus interface is synchronous.
SECAM
SEquential Colour À Mémoire
SECAM color TV system developed in France
SW REG
SWitching REGulator
Switching type regulated power supply device
TG
Timing Generator
USB
Universal Serial Bus
VCO
Voltage Controlled Oscillator
VCXO
Voltage Controlled X’tal Oscillator
XE
Xenon Tube
Y
Y-signal
USB type serial data communication system
Luminance component signal of TV system
3. P.C.B. DIAGRAMS
3.1 MAIN PCB ASS’Y
MAIN PCB ASS’Y (SOLDERING SIDE)
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DC/DC CONVERTER PCB ASS’Y (SOLDERING SIDE)
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3.3 STJ PCB ASS’Y
STJ PCB ASS’Y (SOLDERING SIDE)
STJ PCB ASS’Y (COMPONENT SIDE)
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How to print out the Auto Focus Chart
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2. Remove clicking from “Shrink oversized pages to paper size” and “Expand small pages
to paper size”, and then print on A4 or legal. (A3 can be used.)
< Auto Focus Chart (1) >
< Auto Focus Chart (2) >
PowerShot G5 Auto Focus Chart (1)
PowerShot G5 Auto Focus Chart (1)
AF Chart Dimensions (1)
Dimensions (1)
65mm
88mm
PowerShot G5 Auto Focus Chart (2)
PowerShot G5 Auto Focus Chart (2)
AF Chart Dimensions (2)
170mm
228.5mm
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