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Canon PowerShot G5 X Mark II User guide
Advanced User Guide
Contents
Camera Basics
Shooting
Playback
Wireless Features
Function Settings
Accessories
Appendix
Index
ENGLISH
CEL-SX5ZA210
© CANON INC. 2019
Preliminary Notes and Legal
Information
zz Take and review some test shots initially to make sure the images
were recorded correctly. Please note that Canon Inc., its subsidiaries
and affiliates, and its distributors are not liable for any consequential
damages arising from any malfunction of a camera or accessory,
including memory cards, that result in the failure of an image to be
recorded or to be recorded in a way that is machine readable.
zz The user’s unauthorized photographing or recording (video and/or
sound) of people or copyrighted materials may invade the privacy of
such people and/or may violate others’ legal rights, including copyright
and other intellectual property rights. Note that restrictions may apply
even when such photographing or recording is intended solely for
personal use.
zz For information on camera warranty or Customer Support, please refer
to the warranty information provided with your camera User Manual Kit.
zz Although the screen is produced under extremely high-precision
manufacturing conditions and more than 99.99% of the pixels meet
design specifications, in rare cases some pixels may be defective
or may appear as red or black dots. This does not indicate camera
damage or affect recorded images.
zz When the camera is used over an extended period, it may become
warm. This does not indicate damage.
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Introduction
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zz Instructions in this guide apply to the camera under default settings.
zz Tabs such as
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instructions. Some features are also available in other modes.
zz
: Important information, or tips for expert use
zz Text Conventions
zz In this guide, icons are used to represent the corresponding camera
buttons and dials on which they appear or which they resemble.
zz The following camera controls are represented by icons.
zz On-screen icons and text are indicated in brackets.
zz Numbers in some figures and illustrations correspond to numbers in the
steps.
zz = xx: Pages with related information (in this example, “xx” represents
a page number)
zz For convenience, all supported memory cards are simply referred to as
the “memory card”.
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Contents
Preliminary Notes and Legal Information...................................... 2
Introduction................................................................................... 3
Text Conventions..............................................................................3
Common Camera Operations..................................................... 13
Safety Instructions....................................................................... 16
Camera Basics.................................................................. 19
Getting Ready............................................................................. 20
Attaching the Strap.........................................................................20
Charging the Battery Pack..............................................................21
Preparing a Memory Card..............................................................22
Inserting/Removing the Battery Pack and Memory Card...............23
Setting the Date, Time, Time Zone, and Language........................25
Holding the Camera.................................................................... 27
Trying the Camera Out................................................................ 28
Shooting.........................................................................................28
Viewing...........................................................................................30
Part Names................................................................................. 31
Front...............................................................................................31
Back................................................................................................32
Viewfinder................................................................................... 33
Adjusting the Screen Angle......................................................... 34
Tilting the Screen Downward..........................................................34
Tilting the Screen Upward..............................................................34
Indicator Display.......................................................................... 35
Setting a Shooting Mode............................................................. 36
Configuring Camera Features..................................................... 37
Quick Control Screen.....................................................................37
Menu Screen..................................................................................39
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Features Available on the Quick Control Screen........................ 41
Menu Settings............................................................................. 42
Shooting Mode Screen................................................................ 44
Frames on the Shooting Screen................................................. 45
Shooting Display Options............................................................ 46
Playback Display Options........................................................... 47
Touch Operation.......................................................................... 48
Choosing Subjects..........................................................................48
Quick Control Screen.....................................................................49
Menu Screen..................................................................................50
Viewing...........................................................................................52
On-Screen Keyboard.................................................................. 54
Shooting............................................................................. 55
Shooting with Camera-Determined Settings
(Auto Mode/Hybrid Auto Mode)................................................... 56
Image Stabilization Icons................................................................59
Shooting in Hybrid Auto Mode........................................................60
Shooting Specific Scenes (Special Scene Mode)....................... 61
Shooting Yourself under Optimal Settings (Self Portrait Mode)......65
Shooting Panoramas (Panorama Mode)........................................66
Capturing Subjects Against Flowing Backgrounds
(Panning Mode)..............................................................................68
Shooting People against Starry Skies (Star Portrait Mode)............69
Shooting Night Scenes under Starry Skies
(Star Nightscape Mode)..................................................................72
Shooting Star Trails (Star Trails Mode)...........................................74
Recording Movies of Star Movement
(Star Time-Lapse Movie Mode)......................................................76
Shooting with Image Effects (Creative Filters Mode).................. 80
Shots Resembling Miniature Models (Miniature Effect)..................85
Recording a Variety of Movies (Movie Mode)............................. 86
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Recording Movies at Specific Shutter Speeds and
Aperture Values (Movie Manual Exposure)....................................87
Recording HDR Movies..................................................................88
Shooting in Program AE (P Mode).............................................. 89
Shooting at Specific Shutter Speeds (Tv Mode)......................... 90
Shooting at Specific Aperture Values (Av Mode)........................ 91
Shooting at Specific Shutter Speeds and Aperture Values
(M Mode)..................................................................................... 92
Shooting Long Exposures (Bulb)....................................................94
Zooming In Closer on Subjects (Digital Zoom)........................... 95
Locking Image Brightness / Exposure (AE Lock)........................ 96
Shooting Close-Ups (Macro)....................................................... 97
Shooting in Manual Focus Mode................................................. 98
Easily Identifying the Focus Area (MF Peaking)...........................100
Shooting with AF Lock............................................................... 101
Shooting at Preset Focal Lengths (Step Zoom)........................ 102
Changing Image Quality............................................................ 103
Capturing in RAW Format.............................................................103
Changing the Aspect Ratio........................................................ 105
Changing the Image Display Period after Shots....................... 106
Changing the Flash Mode......................................................... 107
Locking Brightness / Exposure in Flash Photography
(FE Lock)................................................................................... 108
Configuring Flash Settings.........................................................110
Adjusting Flash Exposure Compensation..................................... 110
Adjusting Flash Output................................................................. 111
Changing the Flash Timing........................................................... 112
Reducing Red-Eye....................................................................... 112
Configuring Safety FE.................................................................. 113
Continuous Shooting..................................................................114
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Using the Self-Timer..................................................................115
Shooting in RAW Burst Mode....................................................116
Adding a Date Stamp.................................................................118
Adjusting Image Brightness (Exposure Compensation)............119
Auto Exposure Bracketing (AEB Shooting)..................................120
Changing the ISO Speed for Stills............................................ 122
Changing the ISO Speed Range..................................................122
Adjusting ISO Auto Range............................................................123
Setting the Minimum Shutter Speed for ISO Auto........................123
Changing the ISO Speed for Movies......................................... 125
Changing the ISO Speed Range..................................................125
Adjusting the Maximum ISO Auto Setting.....................................126
Auto Correction of Brightness and Contrast
(Auto Lighting Optimizer).......................................................... 127
Shooting Bright Subjects (Highlight Tone Priority).................... 128
Adjusting ND Filter Settings...................................................... 129
Changing the Metering Method................................................. 130
Setting the Metering Timer........................................................ 131
Configuring Exposure Simulation.............................................. 132
Capturing Natural Colors (White Balance)................................ 133
Custom White Balance.................................................................135
Customizing Colors (Picture Style)........................................... 137
Customizing Picture Styles....................................................... 139
Saving Customized Picture Styles............................................ 142
Reducing Noise in High-ISO Shooting...................................... 143
Using Multi Shot Noise Reduction................................................143
Shooting by Touching the Screen (Touch Shutter).................... 145
Configuring Touch & Drag AF.................................................... 146
Shooting with the Electronic Shutter......................................... 147
Shooting with Servo AF............................................................. 148
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Choosing the AF Method........................................................... 149
Moving the AF Point.....................................................................150
Changing the Focus Setting...................................................... 151
Configuring the AF-Assist Beam............................................... 152
Continuous Shooting as the Focal Distance is Changed
(Focus Bracketing).................................................................... 153
Fine-Tuning the Focus.............................................................. 156
Changing the IS Mode Settings................................................ 157
Correcting Severe Camera Shake................................................158
Using Auto Level....................................................................... 159
Using Digital Tele-Converter..................................................... 160
Changing Movie Recording Size............................................... 161
Recording Movies for Slow-Motion Playback
(High Frame Rate)........................................................................162
Configuring Sound Recording Settings..................................... 163
Wind Filter....................................................................................163
Attenuator.....................................................................................163
Configuring Movie Servo AF..................................................... 164
Using Auto Slow Shutter........................................................... 165
Miniature Model Effect in Movies (Miniature Effect Movie)....... 166
Recording Video Snapshots...................................................... 168
Recording Time-Lapse Movies.................................................. 170
Configuring Information Display for HDMI Output..................... 172
Setting the Type of Digest Movie.............................................. 173
Playback........................................................................... 174
Viewing...................................................................................... 175
Magnifying Images.................................................................... 177
Viewing Digest Movies.............................................................. 178
Finding Images in an Index....................................................... 179
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Editing Movies........................................................................... 180
Removing the Beginning/End of Movies.......................................180
Extracting Frames of 4K Movies as Stills.....................................182
Editing Digest Movies...................................................................183
Extracting Stills from RAW Burst Images.................................. 185
Protecting Images..................................................................... 187
Protecting Multiple Images...........................................................188
Rotating Images........................................................................ 190
Erasing Images......................................................................... 191
Erasing Multiple Images at Once..................................................192
Adding Images to Print Orders (DPOF).................................... 194
Printing Images Added to the Print Order (DPOF).......................195
Adding Images to a Photobook................................................. 196
Applying Filter Effects to Images (Creative Filters)................... 197
Processing RAW Images.......................................................... 198
Correcting Red-Eye................................................................... 200
Combining Video Snapshots..................................................... 201
Cropping.................................................................................... 203
Resizing Images........................................................................ 205
Rating Images........................................................................... 206
Viewing Slideshows.................................................................. 207
Finding Images Matching Specified Conditions........................ 208
Using the Control Ring to Find Images..................................... 209
Customizing Playback Information Display............................... 210
Starting Playback from the Last Image Displayed.....................211
Wireless Features........................................................... 212
Available Wireless Features...................................................... 213
Saving Camera Images to a Smartphone................................. 215
Connecting to Smartphones via Wi-Fi with the Wi-Fi Button........220
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Restricting Image Viewing............................................................222
Features Used with Smartphones............................................. 223
Sending Images to a Smartphone Automatically as You Shoot....223
Shooting Remotely as You View a Live Image
on the Smartphone.......................................................................223
Controlling the Camera from a Smartphone.................................224
Geotagging Images as You Shoot................................................224
Connecting to Printers via Wi-Fi................................................ 226
Establishing a Connection via an Access Point............................228
Sending Images to a Computer Automatically.......................... 230
Uploading Images to Web Services.......................................... 234
Registering Web Services............................................................234
Uploading Images to Web Services.............................................238
Reconnecting via Wi-Fi............................................................. 239
Ending Wi-Fi Connections......................................................... 240
Clearing Information of Devices Paired via Bluetooth............... 241
Changing or Deleting Connection Settings............................... 242
Function Settings............................................................ 243
Selecting and Creating Folders................................................. 244
Changing File Numbering......................................................... 245
Configuring Auto Rotation of Vertical Images........................... 246
Formatting Memory Cards........................................................ 247
Setting Start-up Screen Display................................................ 249
Using Eco Mode........................................................................ 250
Adjusting Power-Saving Features............................................. 251
Adjusting Screen Brightness..................................................... 252
Switching the Color of Screen Information................................ 253
Adjusting the Date, Time, and Time Zone................................. 254
Changing the Language............................................................ 255
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Lens Retraction Timing............................................................. 256
Setting the Video System.......................................................... 257
Adjusting the Touch-Screen Panel............................................ 258
Adjusting Beeping..................................................................... 259
Adjusting the Volume................................................................ 260
Setting the HDMI Output Resolution......................................... 261
RAW Playback on an HDR TV.................................................. 262
Customizing Shooting Information Display............................... 263
Setting a Priority for Shooting Display Performance................. 264
Customizing the Viewfinder Shooting Screen........................... 265
Setting the Display Mode.......................................................... 266
Setting Reverse Display............................................................ 267
Metric / Non-Metric Display....................................................... 268
Configuring the Feature Guide.................................................. 269
Configuring Custom Functions.................................................. 270
Customizing Buttons.....................................................................271
Custom Shooting Modes (C Mode)........................................... 273
Restoring Default Camera Settings........................................... 275
Setting Copyright Information to Record in Images.................. 276
Downloading Manuals/Software from a QR Code.................... 277
Displaying Certification Logos................................................... 278
Saving Commonly Used Shooting Menu Items (My Menu)...... 279
Renaming My Menu Tabs.............................................................280
Deleting a My Menu Tab...............................................................280
Deleting All My Menu Tabs...........................................................281
Deleting All Added Items...............................................................281
Customizing My Menu Display.....................................................281
Accessories..................................................................... 282
Optional Accessories................................................................. 283
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Power Supplies.............................................................................283
Others...........................................................................................284
Printers.........................................................................................284
Using Optional Accessories...................................................... 285
Playback on a TV.........................................................................285
Using a USB Power Adapter to Charge/Power the Camera.........287
Shooting Remotely.......................................................................289
Saving Images to a Computer................................................... 291
Printing Images......................................................................... 292
Appendix.......................................................................... 294
Handling Precautions................................................................ 295
Troubleshooting........................................................................ 296
On-Screen Information.............................................................. 300
When Shooting.............................................................................300
During Playback...........................................................................302
Precautions for Wireless Features............................................ 304
Security Precautions.....................................................................305
Third-Party Software................................................................. 306
Personal Information and Security Precautions........................ 309
Trademarks and Licensing........................................................ 310
Disclaimer................................................................................. 312
Index......................................................................................... 313
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Common Camera Operations
Shoot
zz Use camera-determined settings (Auto Mode, Hybrid Auto Mode)
-- = 28, = 60
zz Shoot yourself under optimal settings (Self Portrait)
-- = 65
zz Shoot panoramas (Panoramic Shot)
-- = 66
Shooting people well
Portraits
(= 61)
Matching specific scenes
Handheld Night
Scene
(= 61)
Fireworks
(= 61)
HDR Backlight
Control
(= 61)
Food
(= 61)
Applying special effects
Smooth Skin
(= 61)
Monochrome
(= 80)
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Background Defocus
(= 80)
Soft Focus
(= 80)
Fish-Eye Effect
(= 80)
Toy Camera Effect
(= 80)
Miniature Effect
(= 85, = 166)
Like Watercolor Paintings
(= 80)
zz Focus on faces
-- = 28, = 61, = 149
zz Without using the flash (Flash Off)
-- = 107
zz Include yourself in the shot (Self-Timer)
-- = 115
zz Add a date stamp
-- = 118
zz Movie clips and photos together
-- = 60
zz Convey a sense of speed with a blurred background
-- = 68
zz Shoot starry skies
-- = 69, = 72, = 74, = 76
View
zz View images
-- = 30, = 174
zz Automatic playback (Slide Show)
-- = 207
zz On a TV
-- = 285
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zz Browse through images quickly
-- = 179
zz Erase images
-- = 191
Record/View Movies
zz Record movies
-- = 28, = 86
zz View movies
-- = 30
Print
zz Print pictures
-- = 292
Save
zz Save images to a computer
-- = 291
Use Wi-Fi Features
zz Send images to a smartphone
-- = 215, = 223
zz Print pictures
-- = 226
zz Share images online
-- = 234
zz Send images to a computer
-- = 230
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Safety Instructions
zz Be sure to read these instructions in order to operate the product safely.
zz Follow these instructions to prevent injury or harm to the operator of the product or
others.
WARNING
Denotes the risk of serious injury or death.
zz Keep the product out of the reach of young children.
A strap wrapped around a person’s neck may result in strangulation.
zz Use only power sources specified in this instruction manual for use with the product.
zz Do not disassemble or modify the product.
zz Do not expose the product to strong shocks or vibration.
zz Do not touch any exposed internal parts.
zz Stop using the product in any case of unusual circumstances such as the presence
of smoke or a strange smell.
zz Do not use organic solvents such as alcohol, benzine or paint thinner to clean the
product.
zz Do not get the product wet. Do not insert foreign objects or liquids into the product.
zz Do not use the product where flammable gases may be present.
This may cause electric shock, explosion or fire.
zz Observe the following instructions when using commercially available batteries or
provided battery packs.
-- Use batteries/battery packs only with their specified product.
-- Do not heat batteries/battery packs or expose them to fire.
-- Do not charge batteries/battery packs using non-authorized battery chargers.
-- Do not expose the terminals to dirt or let them come into contact with metallic pins
or other metal objects.
-- Do not use leaking batteries/battery packs.
-- When disposing of batteries/battery packs, insulate the terminals with tape or
other means.
This may cause electric shock, explosion or fire.
If a battery/battery pack leaks and the material contacts your skin or clothing, flush the
exposed area thoroughly with running water. In case of eye contact, flush thoroughly
with copious amounts of clean running water and seek immediate medical assistance.
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zz Observe the following instructions when using a battery charger or AC adapter.
-- Periodically remove any dust buildup from the power plug and power outlet using
a dry cloth.
-- Do not plug in or unplug the product with wet hands.
-- Do not use the product if the power plug is not fully inserted into the power outlet.
-- Do not expose the power plug and terminals to dirt or let them come into contact
with metallic pins or other metal objects.
-- Do not touch the battery charger or AC adapter connected to a power outlet
during lightning storms.
-- Do not place heavy objects on the power cord. Do not damage, break or modify
the power cord.
-- Do not wrap the product in cloth or other materials when in use or shortly after
use when the product is still warm in temperature.
-- Do not leave the product connected to a power source for long periods of time.
This may cause electric shock, explosion or fire.
zz Do not allow the product to maintain contact with the same area of skin for extended
periods of time during use.
This may result in low-temperature contact burns, including skin redness and blistering,
even if the product does not feel hot. The use of a tripod or similar equipment is
recommended when using the product in hot places and for people with circulation
problems or less sensitive skin.
zz Follow any indications to turn off the product in places where its use is forbidden.
Not doing so may cause other equipment to malfunction due to the effect of
electromagnetic waves and even result in accidents.
CAUTION
Denotes the risk of injury.
zz Do not fire the flash near the eyes.
It may hurt the eyes.
zz Strap is intended for use on the body only. Hanging the strap with any product
attached on a hook or other object may damage the product. Also, do not shake the
product or expose the product to strong impacts.
zz Do not apply strong pressure on the lens or allow an object to hit it.
This may cause injury or damage to the product.
zz Flash emits high temperatures when fired. Keep fingers, any other part of your body,
and objects away from the flash unit while taking pictures.
This may cause burns or malfunction of the flash.
zz Do not leave the product in places exposed to extremely high or low temperatures.
The product may become extremely hot/cold and cause burns or injury when touched.
zz If any abnormal skin reaction or irritation occurs during or following the use of this
product, refrain from further use and get medical advice/attention.
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CAUTION
Denotes the possibility of property damage.
zz Do not aim the camera at intense light sources, such as the sun on a clear day or an
intense artificial light source.
Doing so may damage the image sensor or other internal components.
zz When using the camera on a sandy beach or at a windy location, be careful not to
allow dust or sand to enter the camera.
zz Wipe off any dust, grime, or other foreign matter on the flash with a cotton swab or
cloth.
The heat emitted from the flash may cause foreign matter to smoke or the product to
malfunction.
zz Remove and store the battery pack/batteries when you are not using the product.
Any battery leakage that occurs may cause product damage.
zz Before you discard the battery pack/batteries, cover the terminals with tape or other
insulators.
Contacting other metal materials may lead to fire or explosions.
zz Unplug any battery charger used with the product when not in use. Do not cover with
a cloth or other objects when in use.
Leaving the unit plugged in for a long period of time may cause it to overheat and
distort, resulting in fire.
zz Do not leave any dedicated battery packs near pets.
Pets biting the battery pack could cause leakage, overheating, or explosion, resulting in
product damage or fire.
zz If your product uses multiple batteries, do not use batteries that have different levels
of charge together, and do not use old and new batteries together. Do not insert the
batteries with the + and – terminals reversed.
This may cause the product to malfunction.
zz When card reading/writing is in progress, do not turn the camera off, open the
memory card/battery cover, or shake or hit the camera.
Doing so may corrupt images or damage the camera or memory card.
zz Do not force the memory card into the camera facing the wrong way.
This could damage the camera.
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Camera Basics
Basic information and instructions, from initial preparations to shooting and
playback.
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Getting Ready
zz Attaching the Strap
1
Attach the included strap to the
strap mount.
(1)
(2)
zz The strap can also be attached to the left
side of the camera.
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zz Charging the Battery Pack
(1)
1
Insert the battery pack in the
charger.
2
Charge the battery pack.
(2)
(2)
(1)
zz Lamp colors
-- Charging: Orange
-- Fully charged: Green
3
(1)
Remove the battery pack.
(2)
zz To protect the battery pack and keep it in optimal condition, do not charge
it continuously for more than 24 hours.
zz The charger can be used in areas with 100 – 240 V AC power (50/60 Hz).
For power outlets in a different format, use a commercially available
adapter for the plug. Never use an electrical transformer designed for
traveling, which may damage the battery pack.
zz Charged battery packs gradually lose their charge, even when they are not
used. Charge the battery pack on (or immediately before) the day of use.
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zz Preparing a Memory Card
Use the following memory cards (sold separately), in any capacity.
zz SD memory cards*1
zz SDHC memory cards*1*2
zz SDXC memory cards*1*2
*1 Cards conforming to SD standards. However, not all memory cards
have been verified to work with the camera.
*2 UHS-I memory cards are also supported.
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zz Inserting/Removing the Battery Pack and
Memory Card
(2)
1
Open the cover.
2
Insert the battery pack.
(1)
(2)
(1)
To remove:
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(1)
3
Insert the memory card.
(2)
To remove:
4
(2)
Close the cover.
(1)
zz If you insert the battery pack facing the wrong way, it cannot be locked into
the correct position. Always confirm that the battery pack is facing the right
way and locks when inserted.
zz Before using a new memory card or a card formatted in another device,
you should format the card with this camera.
zz Recording is not possible on memory cards with a write-protect switch
when the switch is in the locked position. Slide the switch to unlock it.
zz If [Change the battery pack] is displayed, change the battery pack after the
camera turns off automatically.
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zz Setting the Date, Time, Time Zone, and
Language
1
Turn the camera on.
2
Set the time zone.
zz / buttons or
dial to choose a time
button
zone →
zz
zz
button
/ buttons or
dial to choose a time
button → / buttons or
zone →
button
dial to choose [OK] →
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3
Set the date and time.
zz / buttons or
dial to choose the date
button → / buttons or
or time →
dial to adjust →
button
zz Choose [OK] →
4
button
Set the display language.
zz
/
buttons to choose [Language
button
/
zz
→
]→
/ / buttons to choose a language
button
zz Set the current date, time, and zone correctly if the [Date/Time/Zone]
screen is displayed when you turn the camera on. Information you specify
this way is recorded in image properties when you shoot, and it is used
when you manage images by shooting date or print images showing the
date.
zz To set daylight saving time (1 hour ahead), set [ ] to [ ] on the [Date/
Time/Zone] screen.
zz If the date/time/zone settings have been cleared, set them again correctly.
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Holding the Camera
zz Place the strap around your wrist.
zz When shooting, keep your arms close to
your body and hold the camera securely
to prevent it from moving. If you have
raised the flash, do not rest your fingers
on it.
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Trying the Camera Out
Try out the camera by turning it on, shooting some stills or movies, and then
viewing them.
zz Shooting
1
Turn the camera on.
2
Enter
3
Zoom in or out, as needed.
zz To turn the camera off, press the ON/OFF
button again.
mode.
zz Move the zoom lever as you watch the
screen.
When using the flash:
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4
Focus (press halfway).
zz The camera beeps after focusing.
zz An AF point is displayed around positions
in focus.
5
Shoot (press fully).
When recording movies:
zz [
REC] is displayed during recording.
zz To stop movie recording, press the movie
recording button again.
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zz Viewing
1
Press the
2
Choose images.
button.
zz Movies are labeled with [
].
Playing movies:
zz
button (twice)
zz Press the
volume.
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/
buttons to adjust the
Part Names
zz Front
(5) (6) (7) (8)
(9)
(2) (10)
(11)
(1)
(2)
(3)
(12)
(13)
(4)
(1)
Zoom lever
Shooting:
Playback: (wide angle) /
(telephoto)
(index) /
(magnify)
(6)
Mode dial
(7)
Shutter button
(8)
Flash
(9)
Control ring (
ring)
(2)
Strap mount
(10) Viewfinder up lever
(3)
Lamp
(11) Serial number
(4)
Lens
(12) Tripod socket
(5)
Exposure compensation dial
(13) Memory card/battery cover
: Dial/ring assign position
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zz Back
(1) (2) (3)
(4)
(5) (6)
(7)(8)(9) (10) (11) (12)
(13)
(14)
(15)
(16)
(17)
(18)
(21) (20) (19)
(1)
Viewfinder
(2)
Dioptric adjustment lever
(3)
Screen
Opens upward about 180° and
downward about 45°.
(4)
Microphone
(5)
(Flash up) button
(6)
ON/OFF button
(7)
DIGITAL terminal
(8)
HDMITM terminal
(9)
Speaker
(10)
(Wi-Fi) button
(11) Control dial (
(12)
(13)
dial)
(AE lock) button
(14) Movie recording button
Movies can also be recorded in
modes other than Movie mode.
(15)
(16)
(17)
(Quick Control) button
Displays the Quick Control screen.
Also used to confirm selected
settings.
(Flash) /
/
Right button
Down button
(18) Indicator
(19)
button
Used to display menu screens.
(20)
(21)
(Drive mode) / (Single-image
Up button
erase) /
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(Playback) button
(Macro) /
Left button
(Manual focus) /
Viewfinder
Using the viewfinder helps you concentrate on keeping subjects in focus.
1
Raise the viewfinder.
2
Pull out the eyepiece toward you.
3
Adjust the diopter.
zz To use the viewfinder, activate it by
holding it near your eye.
zz The viewfinder display and camera screen cannot be activated at the
same time.
zz Some aspect ratio settings will cause black bars to be displayed on the
top and bottom or left and right edges of the screen. These areas are not
recorded.
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Adjusting the Screen Angle
zz Tilting the Screen Downward
zz Pull the top of the screen downward
toward you.
zz The screen opens to about 45°.
zz Tilting the Screen Upward
zz The screen lifts upward and opens to
about 180°.
zz View a mirror image of yourself when
shooting with the screen rotated around
toward the front.
zz When finished, return the screen to the
original position.
zz When the camera is not in use, keep the screen closed.
zz Do not force the screen open any wider, which may damage the camera.
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Indicator Display
Indicator display varies depending on the camera status.
Color
Green
Indicator Status
Camera Status
On
zz Recording stills to the memory card, or
reading stills from the card
Slow blinking
zz Display off
Blinking
zz Recording movies to the memory card,
or reading movies from the card
zz Transmitting via Wi-Fi
Orange
On
zz Charging via USB
Blinking
zz USB charging error
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Setting a Shooting Mode
Use the mode dial to access each shooting mode.
(1)
(6)
(2)
(3)
(7)
(4)
(8)
(9)
(5)
(10)
(1)
Tv Mode
Set the shutter speed before
shooting (= 90). Set with the
ring. The camera automatically
adjusts the aperture value to suit
your shutter speed.
(6)
Av Mode
Set the aperture value before
shooting (= 91). Set with the
ring. The camera automatically
adjusts the shutter speed to suit
your aperture value.
(2)
P Mode
Shutter speed and aperture value
are automatically adjusted to suit
subject brightness. Set a variety
of settings freely before shooting
(= 89).
(7)
(3)
Auto Mode
Fully automatic shooting, with
camera-determined settings
(= 56).
M Mode
Set the shutter speed and aperture
value before shooting to obtain the
desired exposure (= 92). Turn
dial to set the shutter speed,
the
ring to set the
and turn the
aperture value.
(8)
C Mode
Save commonly used shooting
modes and your configured function
settings for reuse (= 273).
(9)
Movie Mode
Record a variety of movies
(= 86).
(4)
(5)
Hybrid Auto Mode
Automatically record a clip of the
scene before each shot (= 60).
Special Scene Mode
Shoot with settings for specific
scenes (= 61).
(10) Creative Filters Mode
Add a variety of effects to images
when shooting (= 80).
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Configuring Camera Features
zz Quick Control Screen
1
(1)
(1)
Press the
button.
zz (1) Setting items
zz (2) Setting options
(2)
2
Choose a setting item.
3
Choose a setting option.
zz Configure items labeled with a [
]
button.
icon by pressing the
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4
Complete the setting.
zz You can also choose options by turning the
dial.
zz You can also configure Quick Control features from the Menu screen.
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zz Menu Screen
(1)
(2)
1
Press the
2
Choose a tab.
button.
zz (1) Main tab
zz (2) Sub-tab
zz (3) Setting items
(3)
(4)
zz (4) Setting options
zz Use the zoom lever to choose a main tab.
zz Use the / buttons or
a sub-tab.
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ring to choose
3
Choose a setting item.
4
Choose a setting option.
5
Complete the setting.
6
Return to the shooting screen.
zz Some items are selected with the /
dial on a different screen,
buttons or
button initially.
after you press the
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Features Available on the Quick
Control Screen
(1)
Press the
button on shooting or playback
screens to access the Quick Control screen,
where you can adjust settings. Choose a setting
item on the right or left to display setting options
for it on the bottom.
(1)
(2)
(1) Setting items
(2) Setting options
The following settings are available in
options vary by shooting mode.
mode. Available setting items and
AF method
Choose an auto focus (AF) mode for the scene
you are shooting.
AF operation
] to keep subjects in focus while
Choose [
you press the shutter button halfway.
Metering mode
Choose how brightness is measured.
Image quality*
Choose the size (number of pixels) and
compression (quality) of your shots.
Movie rec. size*
Choose the recording size and frame rate for
movies.
ND filter
Reduce light intensity to obtain suitable
brightness.
ISO speed
Choose the ISO speed.
White balance
Shoot with natural-looking colors under specific
types of lighting.
Picture Style
Choose color settings that express scenes or
subjects well.
Auto Lighting
Optimizer
Choose the level of auto correction for brightness
and contrast.
Creative filters
Add a variety of effects to images when shooting.
* Also available in
mode.
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Menu Settings
Use menu screens to configure a variety of camera features. To access
menu screens, press the
button. Setting items are organized into
four main groups and multiple tabs for each group.
You can configure the following setting items on menu screens. Available
setting items vary by shooting mode.
„„
Shooting settings
zz Shooting mode
zz WB Shift/Bkt.
zz Digest type
zz Image quality
zz HDMI info disp
zz Movie rec quality
zz Still img aspect ratio
zz Picture Style
zz Wind filter
zz Image review
zz High ISO speed NR
zz Attenuator
zz Flash settings
zz Touch Shutter
zz Movie Servo AF
zz Drive mode
zz Touch & drag AF
zz
settings
zz RAW burst mode
zz Date stamp
zz Shutter mode
zz Expo.comp./AEB
zz AF operation
zz
zz
Auto slow shutter
zz Star time-lapse movie
setting
zz Star emphasis
ISO speed settings
zz AF method
zz Star portrait settings
ISO speed settings
zz Continuous AF
zz Color adjustment
zz AF-assist beam firing
zz Video snapshot
zz Auto Lighting
Optimizer
zz Highlight tone priority
zz Focus bracketing
zz Time-lapse movie
zz AF+MF
zz Remote control
zz ND filter
zz MF peaking settings
zz Metering mode
zz Safety MF
zz Metering timer
zz MF-point zoom
zz Expo. simulation
zz IS settings
zz White balance
zz
zz Custom White Balance
zz Digital zoom
Auto level
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„„
Playback settings
zz Protect images
zz RAW image
processing
zz Rotate image
zz Slide show
zz Set image search
zz Erase images
zz Red-eye correction
zz Print order
zz Create album
zz Image jump w/
zz Photobook Set-up
zz Cropping
zz Playback information
zz Creative filters
zz Resize
display
zz View from last seen
zz Rating
„„
conditions
Function settings
zz Select folder
zz Date/Time/Zone
zz Reverse display
zz File numbering
zz Language
zz Units
zz Auto rotate
zz Lens retraction
zz Feature guide
zz Format card
zz Video system
zz Custom Functions
zz Start-up image
zz Touch control
zz Wireless
communication
settings
zz GPS settings
zz Eco mode
zz Power saving
zz Disp. brightness
zz Night display
„„
(C.Fn)
zz Custom shooting
zz Beep
zz Volume
zz HDMI resolution
zz HDMI HDR output
zz Shooting info. disp.
zz Disp. performance
zz VF display format
zz Display switching
mode (C mode)
zz Reset camera
zz Copyright information
zz Manual/software URL
zz Certification Logo
Display
zz Firmware
My Menu
zz Add My Menu tab
zz Delete all My Menu
tabs
zz Delete all items
zz Menu display
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Shooting Mode Screen
(1) (2)(3) (4) (5)
(1)
(2)
(3)
(4)
(5)
Shooting mode / Scene icon
Recordable shots
Maximum continuous shots
Movie recording time available
Battery level
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Frames on the Shooting Screen
Frames for focusing (AF points) are displayed on the shooting screen.
White
frame
Displayed around the subject or person’s face detected as the
main subject.
Green
frame
Displayed after the camera focuses when you press the shutter
button halfway.
Blue
frame
Displayed as the camera continues to focus on moving
subjects. Displayed as long as you press the shutter button
halfway.
Yellow
frame
Displayed if the camera cannot focus when you press the
shutter button halfway.
zz Try shooting in
mode if no frames are displayed, if frames are not
displayed around desired subjects, or if frames are displayed in the
background or similar areas.
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Shooting Display Options
You can switch shooting screen display to view other information.
1
Press the
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button.
Playback Display Options
You can switch playback screen display to view other information.
1
Press the
button.
zz Overexposed highlights blink over the information display image when you
access screens showing detailed information.
zz A graph called a brightness histogram on the top of screens with detailed
information shows the distribution of brightness in images. The horizontal
axis represents the degree of brightness, and the vertical axis, how much
of the image is at each level of brightness. Viewing this histogram enables
you to check exposure.
Switching Histograms
zz When switched to RGB display, an RGB histogram is displayed that
shows the red, green, and blue distribution in images. The horizontal axis
represents R, G, or B brightness, and the vertical axis, how much of the
image is at that level of brightness. Viewing this histogram enables you to
check image color characteristics.
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Touch Operation
zz Choosing Subjects
You can choose subjects by touching a person’s face or other things
displayed on the screen.
1
Choose a subject.
2
Shoot.
zz Tracking may not be possible when subjects are too small or move too
rapidly, or when there is inadequate contrast between subjects and the
background.
zz To choose subjects by touching the screen as you look through the
viewfinder, set [Touch & drag AF] to [Enable] (= 146).
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zz Quick Control Screen
Accessing the setting screen
zz Touch [
].
Setting up the camera
zz Touch a setting item → a setting option
Switching screens
zz Configure items labeled with a [
].
icon by touching [
Returning to the previous screen
zz Touch [
].
Adjusting amounts on bars
zz Touch or drag the bar.
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]
zz Menu Screen
Setting up the camera
zz Touch a main tab → sub-tab → setting
item → option
Returning to the previous screen
zz Touch [
].
Adding/removing check marks
zz Touch a check box.
Instead of pressing the
zz Touch [
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].
button
Instead of pressing the
zz Touch [
Instead of pressing the
zz Touch [
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button
].
].
button
zz Viewing
Viewing images individually
zz Next image: Drag left
zz Previous image: Drag right
Playing movies
zz Play: Touch [
]
Operations during movies
zz Stop: Touch the screen
zz Resume: Touch [ ]
zz Adjust volume: Touch [
]
Switching to index display
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Displaying fewer images
Magnifying images
zz Quickly touch twice.
Reducing magnified images
zz Restore original size: Touch [ ], or
quickly touch the screen twice
zz The movie playback panel can also be displayed by touching the screen
during movie playback.
zz During index display, drag up or down to scroll through images.
zz Drag to move the display position during magnified display.
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On-Screen Keyboard
Entering characters
zz Touch the characters to enter them.
Moving the cursor
zz [
]/[
] or
ring
Switching input modes
zz [ ]: Switch to uppercase
zz [ ]: Switch to numbers or symbols
Deleting characters
zz [
]
Entering line breaks
zz [
]
Returning to the previous screen
zz [
]
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Shooting
Easily shoot in simple modes, or take more sophisticated shots using a
variety of features.
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Shooting with Camera-Determined
Settings (Auto Mode/Hybrid Auto Mode)
Use Auto mode for fully automatic selection of the optimal settings for the
scene, based on the subject and shooting conditions determined by the
camera.
1
Enter
2
Zoom in or out, as needed.
mode.
zz Move the zoom lever as you watch the
screen.
When using the flash:
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3
Focus (press halfway).
zz The camera beeps after focusing.
zz An AF point is displayed around positions
in focus.
4
Shoot (press fully).
When recording movies:
zz [
REC] is displayed during recording.
zz To stop movie recording, press the movie
recording button again.
Still images
zz A blinking [ ] icon warns that images are more likely to be blurred by
camera shake. In this case, mount the camera on a tripod or take other
measures to keep it still.
zz If your shots are dark despite the flash firing, move closer to the subject.
zz To assist in focusing, the lamp may be activated when you press the
shutter button halfway in low-light conditions.
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Movies
zz The black bars on the top and bottom of the screen are not recorded.
zz When you recompose shots, the focus, brightness, and colors will be
automatically adjusted.
zz Recording stops automatically when the memory card becomes full or a
single recording reaches the maximum length.
zz The maximum recording time per movie is 29 min. 59 sec.
zz Although the camera may become warm when recording movies
repeatedly over an extended period, this does not indicate a problem.
zz Keep your fingers away from the microphone while recording movies.
Blocking the microphone may prevent audio from being recorded or may
cause the recording to sound muffled.
zz Audio is recorded by the built-in microphone in stereo.
zz Avoid touching camera controls other than the movie recording button
or screen when recording movies, because sounds made by the camera
will be recorded. To adjust settings or perform other operations during
recording, use the touch-screen panel if possible.
zz Sounds from Wi-Fi operations may be captured with built-in or external
microphones. During sound recording, using the wireless communication
function is not recommended.
zz Once movie recording begins, the image display area changes and
subjects are enlarged to allow for correction of significant camera shake.
To record subjects at the same size shown before recording, adjust the
image stabilization setting.
zz During movie recording, lens operating noises from auto focusing may also
be recorded.
zz Individual movies that exceed 4 GB may be divided into multiple files.
Automatic playback of divided movie files one after another is not
supported. Play each movie separately.
Scene Icons
zz In
/
modes, shooting scenes determined by the camera
are indicated by the icon displayed, and corresponding settings are
automatically selected for optimal focusing, subject brightness, and color.
mode if the scene icon does not match actual shooting
zz Try shooting in
conditions, or if it is not possible to shoot with your expected effect, color,
or brightness.
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zz Image Stabilization Icons
Optimal image stabilization for the shooting conditions (Intelligent IS) is
automatically applied, and the following icons are displayed.
Image stabilization for still images (Normal)
Image stabilization for still images when panning (Panning)*
Image stabilization for angular camera shake and shift-shake in
macro shots (Hybrid IS). For movies, [
] is displayed and [ ]
image stabilization is also applied.
Image stabilization for movies, reducing strong camera shake, as
when recording while walking (Dynamic)
Image stabilization for slow camera shake, as when recording
movies at telephoto (Powered)
No image stabilization, because the camera is mounted on a tripod
or held still by other means. However, during movie recording, [ ]
is displayed, and image stabilization to counteract wind or other
sources of vibration is used (Tripod IS).
* Displayed when you pan, following moving subjects with the camera.
When you follow subjects moving horizontally, image stabilization only
counteracts vertical camera shake, and horizontal stabilization stops.
Similarly, when you follow subjects moving vertically, image stabilization
only counteracts horizontal camera shake.
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zz Shooting in Hybrid Auto Mode
Also record 2 – 4 second clips of scenes before each shot automatically,
just by shooting stills. Each clip, which ends with the still image and a
shutter sound, forms an individual chapter. The camera creates a short
digest movie of the day by combining the clips.
1
Enter
2
Focus and shoot.
mode.
zz For more impressive digest movies, aim the camera at subjects about four
seconds before shooting still images.
mode, because digest
zz Battery life is shorter in this mode than in
movies are recorded for each shot.
zz A digest movie may not be recorded if you shoot a still image immediately
mode, or operating the camera
after turning the camera on, choosing
in other ways.
zz Any sounds and vibrations from your camera or lens operations will be
recorded in digest movies.
] for NTSC or [
] for PAL.
zz Digest movie image quality is [
This varies depending on the video system setting.
zz Sounds are not played when you press the shutter button halfway or
trigger the self-timer.
zz Digest movies are saved as separate movie files in the following cases
mode.
even if they were recorded on the same day in
-- The digest movie recording time reaches approx. 29 minutes and 59
seconds. (May also be saved as separate files if the size exceeds
approx. 4 GB.)
-- The digest movie is protected.
-- Daylight saving time, video system, or time zone settings are changed.
zz Recorded shutter sounds cannot be modified or erased.
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Shooting Specific Scenes (Special
Scene Mode)
Choose a mode matching the shooting scene, and the camera will
automatically configure the settings for optimal shots. Try taking some test
shots first to make sure you obtain the desired results.
1
2
3
Enter
mode.
button → [ ] → choose an option
Shoot.
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For self-portraits, customizable image
processing includes skin smoothing as well as
brightness and background adjustment to make
yourself stand out.
Self Portrait
Capture subjects that stand out against a
blurred background, with smooth skin tone and
soft-looking hair.
Portrait
Process images to make skin look smoother.
Smooth skin
zz Areas other than people’s skin may be modified, depending on the
shooting conditions.
zz Setting details in [ ] mode are not applied in [ ] mode.
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Adjust color tones to make food look fresh and
vibrant.
Food
zz These color tones may not look suitable when applied to people.
zz In flash photography, [Color tone] changes to the standard setting.
Take beautiful shots of evening scenes
or portraits with evening scenery in the
background.
Handheld Night Scene
zz Image noise is reduced by combining consecutive shots into a single
image.
zz Hold the camera steady as it shoots continuously.
zz There will be a delay before you can shoot again, as the camera
processes and combines the images.
zz Shots may look grainy because the ISO speed is increased to suit the
shooting conditions.
zz Excessive motion blur or certain shooting conditions may prevent you from
obtaining the desired results.
zz Try to keep the camera still when using the flash, because the shutter
speed may be slower.
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HDR Backlight Control
Three consecutive images are captured at
different brightness levels each time you shoot,
which are automatically combined to create a
single image. This mode can reduce the loss of
detail in highlights and shadows that tends to
occur in shots with mixed bright and dark image
areas.
zz Hold the camera steady as it shoots continuously.
zz Excessive motion blur or certain shooting conditions may prevent you from
obtaining the desired results.
zz If excessive camera shake interferes with shooting, mount the camera on
a tripod or take other measures to keep it still. In this case, also disable
image stabilization.
zz Any subject movement will cause images to look blurry.
zz There will be a delay before you can shoot again, as the camera
processes and combines the images.
Vivid shots of fireworks.
Fireworks
zz Mount the camera on a tripod or take other measures to keep it still and
prevent camera shake. Additionally, you should set [IS mode] to [Off] when
using a tripod or other means to secure the camera.
zz Although no frames are displayed when you press the shutter button
halfway, optimal focus is still determined.
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zz Shooting Yourself under Optimal Settings (Self
Portrait Mode)
1
2
Choose [
3
Configure the settings.
].
Open the screen.
zz On the screen, touch the icon of the item
to configure.
zz Choose an option.
zz To return to the previous screen, touch
[ ].
4
Shoot.
zz Areas other than people’s skin may be modified, depending on the
shooting conditions.
zz [Smooth skin effect] settings specified in [ ] mode are not applied in [ ]
mode.
zz [Background blur] is set to [Auto] when you set the flash mode to [ ] for
flash photography (because the flash will not fire in modes other than
[Auto]).
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zz Shooting Panoramas (Panorama Mode)
Create a panorama combining shots captured continuously as you move
the camera one direction while holding the shutter button all the way down.
1
2
Choose [
].
Choose a shooting direction.
zz Use the button to choose the direction
you will shoot.
zz An arrow is displayed showing the
direction to move the camera.
3
Press the shutter button halfway.
4
Shoot.
zz Keeping the shutter button halfway down,
focus on the subject.
(2)
zz Holding the shutter button all the way
down, move the camera at a constant
speed in the direction of the arrow.
(1)
zz The area displayed clearly (1) is
captured.
zz A shooting progress indicator (2) is
displayed.
zz Shooting stops when you release the
shutter button, or when the progress
indicator is completely white.
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zz In some scenes, expected images may not be saved, and images may not
look as expected.
zz Shooting may stop midway if you move the camera too slowly or quickly.
However, the panorama created up to that point will still be saved.
mode are large. Use a computer or
zz Images created from shots in
other device to reduce panorama images if you will print them by inserting
a memory card in a Canon printer. If panoramas are not compatible with
certain software or Web services, try resizing them on a computer.
zz The following subjects and scenes may not be stitched correctly.
-- Subjects that are moving
-- Subjects that are nearby
-- Scenes where the contrast varies greatly
-- Scenes with long stretches of the same color or pattern, such as the sea
or sky
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zz Capturing Subjects Against Flowing
Backgrounds (Panning Mode)
By panning, you can blur the background to
convey a sense of speed.
1
2
Choose [
].
Shoot.
zz Before shooting, press the shutter button
halfway as you move the camera so that
it follows the subject.
zz Keep the moving subject in the frame
displayed, and press the shutter button all
the way down.
zz Even after you have pressed the shutter
button fully, continue moving the camera
to follow the subject.
zz For best results, hold the camera securely in both hands, with your elbows
close to your body, and rotate your whole body to follow the subject.
zz This feature is more effective for subjects moving horizontally, such as cars
or trains.
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zz Shooting People against Starry Skies (Star
Portrait Mode)
Capture beautiful shots of people against starry skies. After initially firing the
flash to capture the person, the camera shoots twice without flash. These
three images are automatically combined to create a single image.
1
Choose [ ].
zz Zoom is set to maximum wide angle and
cannot be adjusted.
Adjusting colors
zz
button → [
] → / buttons
zz Fine-tuning:
button → /
button → [ ] →
/ / buttons
2
Raise the flash.
3
Secure the camera.
4
Shoot.
zz Press the
button to raise the flash.
zz Mount the camera on a tripod or take
other measures to keep it still.
zz Press the shutter button. The flash fires
as the camera takes the first shot.
zz The second and third shots are now
taken, without firing the flash.
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5
Have the person stay still until the
lamp blinks.
zz The person you are shooting should stay
still until the lamp blinks after the third
shot, which may take up to about two
seconds.
zz All the shots are combined to create a
single image.
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zz For better shots, have the person stand away from illumination such as
street lights, and make sure the flash is raised.
zz There will be a delay before you can shoot again, as the camera
processes the images.
zz To avoid blurry shots, make sure the person you shoot stays still.
zz B: blue; A: amber; M: magenta; G: green
zz Skin tones remain the same when you adjust colors.
zz Try setting [Night display] to [On] in this mode.
zz To adjust subject brightness, try changing the flash exposure
compensation.
zz To adjust background brightness, try changing the exposure
compensation. Note that images may not look as expected under some
shooting conditions, and the person should stay still in steps 4–5, because
shooting takes longer (up to about 15 seconds).
[Star portrait
zz To capture more stars and brighter starlight, choose
settings] → [Star visibility] → [Prominent]. Note that images may not look
as expected under some shooting conditions, and the person should stay
still in steps 4–5, because shooting takes longer (up to about 30 seconds).
[Star emphasis] → [Sharp]. To
zz To make stars brighter, choose
emphasize the bright stars in a starry sky, set to [Soft]. This setting can
produce eye-catching shots by enlarging bright stars while de-emphasizing
dimmer stars. To disable starlight processing, select [Off]. Note that in
bright scenes, images are not processed to emphasize stars, even when
set to [Sharp] or [Soft].
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zz Shooting Night Scenes under Starry Skies
(Star Nightscape Mode)
Capture impressive shots of starry skies above night scenes.
1
Choose [ ].
zz Zoom is set to maximum wide angle and
cannot be adjusted.
Adjusting colors
zz
button → [
] → / buttons
zz Fine-tuning:
button → /
button → [ ] →
/ / buttons
2
Secure the camera.
zz Mount the camera on a tripod or take
other measures to keep it still.
Adjusting the focus
zz
button → [
]→
button
zz Press the
button, and then tilt the
camera so that the stars to capture are
inside the frame displayed.
zz Press the
button to start adjustment.
zz Adjustment may take some time, so do
not move the camera until a message
indicates that adjustment is complete.
3
Shoot.
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zz There will be a delay before you can shoot again, as the camera
processes the images.
zz B: blue; A: amber; M: magenta; G: green
zz Try setting [Night display] to [On] in this mode.
[Star emphasis] → [Sharp]. To
zz To make stars brighter, choose
emphasize the bright stars in a starry sky, set to [Soft]. This setting can
produce eye-catching shots by enlarging bright stars while de-emphasizing
dimmer stars. To disable starlight processing, select [Off]. Note that in
bright scenes, images are not processed to emphasize stars, even when
set to [Sharp] or [Soft].
zz Try switching to manual focus mode to more accurately specify the focal
position before shooting.
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zz Shooting Star Trails (Star Trails Mode)
Streaks created by the movement of stars through the sky are recorded in a
single image. After determining the shutter speed and number of shots, the
camera shoots continuously. A shooting session can last up to about two
hours. Check the battery level in advance.
1
Choose [ ].
zz Zoom is set to maximum wide angle and
cannot be adjusted.
Adjusting colors
zz
button → [
] → / buttons
zz Fine-tuning:
button → /
button → [ ] →
/ / buttons
2
Specify the duration of the shooting
session.
zz Turn the
duration.
3
ring to choose the shooting
Secure the camera.
zz Mount the camera on a tripod or take
other measures to keep it still.
Adjusting the focus
zz
button → [
]→
button
zz Press the
button, and then tilt the
camera so that the stars to capture are
inside the frame displayed.
zz Press the
button to start adjustment.
zz Adjustment may take some time, so do
not move the camera until a message
indicates that adjustment is complete.
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4
Shoot.
zz Do not disturb the camera while shooting.
zz To cancel shooting, press the shutter
button all the way down again. Note that
cancellation may take up to about 30
seconds.
zz If the camera runs out of battery power, shooting stops and a composite
image created from the images up to that point is saved.
zz There will be a delay before you can shoot again, as the camera
processes the images.
zz B: blue; A: amber; M: magenta; G: green
zz Try setting [Night display] to [On] in this mode.
zz Try switching to manual focus mode to more accurately specify the focal
position before shooting.
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zz Recording Movies of Star Movement (Star
Time-Lapse Movie Mode)
By recording a time-lapse movie that combines images shot at a specified
interval, you can create movies with fast-moving stars. You can adjust the
shooting interval and recording duration as needed.
Note that each session takes time, and requires many shots. Check the
battery level and memory card space in advance.
1
Choose [
].
zz Zoom is set to maximum wide angle and
cannot be adjusted.
Adjusting colors
zz
button → [
] → / buttons
zz Fine-tuning:
button → /
button → [ ] →
/ / buttons
2
Configure movie settings.
3
Secure the camera.
zz
button → choose an item → choose
an option
zz Mount the camera on a tripod or take
other measures to keep it still.
Adjusting the focus
zz
button → [
]→
button
zz Press the
button, and then tilt the
camera so that the stars to capture are
inside the frame displayed.
zz Press the
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button to start adjustment.
zz Adjustment may take some time, so do
not move the camera until a message
indicates that adjustment is complete.
4
Check the brightness.
zz Press the shutter button all the way down
to capture a single image.
zz Switch to playback and check image
brightness.
zz To adjust brightness, on the shooting
screen, turn the exposure compensation
dial to change the exposure level, and
then shoot again.
5
Start recording.
zz Movie recording button → press the
shutter button all the way down
zz Do not disturb the camera while
recording.
zz No image is shown on the camera during
recording.
zz To cancel recording, press the shutter
button or the movie recording button
again. Note that cancellation may take up
to about 30 seconds.
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Items
Save source
imgs
Options
Details
You can choose to save each
shot collected before the movie
is created. Note that when
[Enable] is selected, [Effect] is
not available.
Disable/Enable
Choose movie effects, such as
star trails.
Effect
Interval
Movie rec. size
15 sec., 30 sec., 1 min.
(NTSC)
(PAL)
,
,
,
,
,
,
Choose the interval between
each shot.
Choose the movie recording
size.
Shooting time
60 min./90 min./120
min./Unlimited
Choose the length of the
recording session. To record
until the battery runs out,
choose [Unlimited].
Auto exposure
Fixed 1st frame/Each
frame
Choose whether exposure is
determined by the first shot or
updated for each shot.
Remote control
Disable/Enable
Choose whether to shoot with a
wireless remote control.
Beep as img
taken
Enable/Disable
Choose whether the camera
beeps for each shot.
zz You can also configure this setting by choosing
[Star time-lapse movie setting].
zz Using USB Power Adapter PD-E1 (sold separately) enables you to shoot
without worrying about the remaining battery level.
zz Even if you specify [Unlimited] in [Shooting time], recording stops after
about 8 hours, at most.
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Estimated playback time based on shooting interval and frame rate (for a
one-hour session)
Shot Interval
Movie Recording Size
NTSC
15 sec.
15 sec.
30 sec.
30 sec.
1 min.
1 min.
PAL
,
,
,
,
,
,
,
,
,
,
,
,
Playback Time
(Approx.)
NTSC
PAL
16 sec.
19.2 sec.
8 sec.
9.6 sec.
8 sec.
9.6 sec.
4 sec.
4.8 sec.
4 sec.
4.8 sec.
2 sec.
2.4 sec.
zz If the camera runs out of battery power or memory card space, shooting
stops and a movie created from the images up to that point is saved.
zz There will be a delay before you can shoot again, as the camera
processes the images.
zz A shooting interval of [1 min.] is not available with these effects: [ ], [ ],
[ ], or [ ].
zz B: blue; A: amber; M: magenta; G: green
zz Sound is not recorded.
zz Try setting [Night display] to [On] in this mode.
zz Try switching to manual focus mode to more accurately specify the focal
position before shooting.
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Shooting with Image Effects (Creative
Filters Mode)
Add a variety of effects to images when shooting. Try taking some test
shots first to make sure you obtain the desired results.
1
2
Enter
mode.
button → [
] → choose an option
3
Choose an effect level.
4
Shoot.
zz Turn the
80
ring to set the level.
Take black and white shots with a rough, gritty
feeling.
Grainy B/W
You can shoot subjects so that they stand out
from the background.
Background blur
zz Excessive motion blur or certain shooting conditions may prevent you from
obtaining the desired results.
zz For the best results with background defocusing, try shooting close to the
subject, and ensure ample distance between the subject and background.
zz There may be a delay after shooting before you can shoot again.
Shoot with a simulated soft focus filter effect, for
a gentle ambiance.
Soft focus
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Shoot with the distorting effect of a fish-eye lens.
Fish-eye effect
Soften colors, for photos resembling watercolor
paintings.
Water painting effect
Shoot images that resemble shots from a toy
camera, with vignetting and different color
overall.
Toy camera effect
Create the effect of a miniature model, by
blurring image areas outside a selected area.
Miniature effect
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Add an effect to make shots resemble lowcontrast paintings with flat tones.
HDR art standard
Add an effect to make shots resemble vivid
illustrations.
HDR art vivid
Add an effect to make shots resemble oil
paintings, with bold edges.
HDR art bold
Add an effect to make shots resemble faded old
photos, with bold edges and dark ambiance.
HDR art embossed
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HDR Art Standard, HDR Art Vivid, HDR Art Bold, and HDR
Art Embossed
zz This mode can reduce the washed-out highlights and loss of detail in
shadows that tend to occur in high-contrast shots.
zz When you press the shutter button all the way down, the camera will take
three shots and combine them. Hold the camera steady as you shoot.
zz Excessive motion blur or certain shooting conditions may prevent you from
obtaining the desired results.
zz If excessive camera shake interferes with shooting, mount the camera on
a tripod or take other measures to keep it still. In this case, also disable
image stabilization.
zz There will be a delay before you can shoot again, as the camera
processes and combines the images.
Art Bold Effect
zz [
] is not available in
mode (but available in
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mode).
zz Shots Resembling Miniature Models (Miniature
Effect)
1
2
zz
3
Choose [
Set the area to keep in focus (scene
frame).
button → / buttons to move the
button
frame →
Set the position in focus (AF point).
zz
/
→
4
].
/ / buttons to move the AF point
button
Shoot.
zz The frame in horizontal orientation displayed when you press the
button in step 2 can be changed to vertical orientation by pressing the
buttons.
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/
Recording a Variety of Movies (Movie
Mode)
Full-featured
mode offers miniature effect movies (= 166), video
snapshots (= 168), time-lapse movies (= 170), and more.
1
Enter
2
Start recording.
zz [
mode.
REC] is displayed during recording.
zz To stop movie recording, press the movie
recording button again.
zz Black bars are displayed on the top and bottom edges of the screen in
mode. The black bars indicate image areas not recorded.
mode, the image display area narrows and subjects are enlarged.
zz In
zz Exposure can be adjusted by turning the exposure compensation dial.
zz To switch between recording with auto focus and a fixed focus, touch
] on the screen or press the button before or during recording.
[
] icon.)
(Auto focus is indicated by a green [ ] in the upper left of the [
[Movie Servo AF] is set to
Note that this icon is not displayed when
[Disable].
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zz Recording Movies at Specific Shutter Speeds
and Aperture Values (Movie Manual Exposure)
Set the shutter speed, aperture value, and ISO speed before recording.
1
button → [
] → choose [
]
2
Set the ISO speed →
3
Set the shutter speed and aperture
value.
zz Shutter speed:
dial
zz Aperture value:
ring
4
Start recording.
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button
zz Some shutter speeds may cause flickering on the screen when recording
under fluorescent or LED lighting, which may be recorded.
zz When the ISO speed is fixed, you can compare your specified value
(where the exposure level indicator moves) to the standard exposure
level by pressing the shutter button halfway. The exposure level indicator
appears as [ ] or [ ] when the difference from standard exposure
exceeds 3 stops.
zz You can check the ISO speed in [AUTO] mode by pressing the shutter
button halfway. If standard exposure cannot be obtained with your
specified shutter speed and aperture value, the exposure level indicator
shows the difference from standard exposure. The exposure level indicator
appears as [ ] or [ ] when the difference from standard exposure
exceeds 3 stops.
zz Recording HDR Movies
You can record high dynamic range movies that retain detail in highlights of
high-contrast scenes.
1
button → [
2
Start recording.
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] → choose [ ]
Shooting in Program AE (P Mode)
Shutter speed and aperture value are automatically adjusted to suit subject
brightness.
mode offers flexibility in setting AF operation, metering modes, and
several other features.
1
Enter
2
3
Configure each feature as needed.
mode.
Shoot.
zz : Program AE; AE: Auto Exposure
zz If standard exposure cannot be obtained when you press the shutter
button halfway, the shutter speed and aperture value blink in white. In this
case, try adjusting the ISO speed or activating the flash (if subjects are
dark), which may enable standard exposure.
mode as well, by pressing the movie
zz Movies can be recorded in
recording button. However, some items on Quick Control and Menu
screens may be automatically adjusted for movie recording.
zz After you press the shutter button halfway, you can adjust the combination
ring (Program Shift).
of shutter speed and aperture value by turning the
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Shooting at Specific Shutter Speeds
(Tv Mode)
Set the shutter speed before shooting. The camera automatically adjusts
the aperture value to suit your shutter speed.
Slow
Fast
1
Enter
2
Set the shutter speed.
3
Shoot.
zz
mode.
ring
zz
: Time value
zz We recommend deactivating image stabilization when shooting at slow
shutter speeds on a tripod.
zz Blinking display of the aperture value when you press the shutter button
halfway indicates that the standard exposure has not been obtained.
Adjust the shutter speed until the aperture value stops blinking.
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Shooting at Specific Aperture Values
(Av Mode)
Set the aperture value before shooting. The camera automatically adjusts
the shutter speed to suit your aperture value.
Small value
Large value
1
Enter
2
Set the aperture value.
3
Shoot.
zz
mode.
ring
zz
: Aperture value (size of the opening made by the diaphragm in the
lens)
zz Blinking display of the shutter speed when you press the shutter button
halfway indicates that the standard exposure has not been obtained.
Adjust the aperture value until the shutter speed stops blinking.
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Shooting at Specific Shutter Speeds
and Aperture Values (M Mode)
Set the shutter speed and aperture value before shooting to obtain the
desired exposure.
1
Enter
2
button → [ ] → set the ISO
speed
3
Set the shutter speed and aperture
value.
mode.
zz Shutter speed:
dial
zz Aperture value:
ring
4
Shoot.
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zz
: Manual
zz When the ISO speed is fixed, you can compare your specified value
(where the exposure level indicator moves) to the standard exposure
level by pressing the shutter button halfway. The exposure level indicator
appears as [ ] or [ ] when the difference from standard exposure
exceeds 3 stops.
zz After you set the shutter speed and aperture value, the exposure level
indicator may change if you adjust the zoom or recompose the shot.
zz When the ISO speed is fixed, screen brightness may change depending
on your specified shutter speed and aperture value. However, screen
brightness remains the same when the flash is up and the mode is set to
[ ].
zz Exposure may not be as expected when the ISO speed is set to [AUTO],
because the ISO speed is adjusted to ensure standard exposure relative to
your specified shutter speed and aperture value.
zz Image brightness may be affected by Auto Lighting Optimizer. To keep the
mode, add a [ ] mark to [Disable
Auto Lighting Optimizer disabled in
during man expo] on the Auto Lighting Optimizer setting screen.
zz Calculation of standard exposure is based on the specified metering
method.
zz To adjust exposure when ISO speed is set to [AUTO], turn the exposure
compensation dial.
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zz Shooting Long Exposures (Bulb)
With bulb exposures, shots are exposed for as
long as you hold down the shutter button.
1
dial → [BULB]
zz Turn the
dial counterclockwise. [BULB]
is after 30 seconds of arc.
2
Shoot.
zz Shots are exposed for as long as you hold the shutter button all the way
down. The elapsed exposure time is displayed during exposure.
zz Mount the camera on a tripod or take other measures to keep it still and
prevent camera shake. In this case, also disable image stabilization.
zz When [Touch Shutter] is set to [Enable], shooting is started by touching the
screen once and stopped by touching it again. Be careful not to move the
camera when touching the screen.
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Zooming In Closer on Subjects
(Digital Zoom)
When distant subjects are too far away to enlarge using the optical zoom,
use digital zoom for up to about 20x enlargement.
1
Move the zoom lever toward
.
zz Press and hold the lever.
zz Zooming stops at the largest zoom factor
before the image becomes noticeably
grainy, which is then indicated on the
screen.
(1)
2
Press toward
again.
zz The camera zooms in even closer on the
subject.
zz (1) is the current zoom factor.
zz Using the zoom lever will show the current position on the zoom bar. The
zoom bar is color-coded to indicate the zoom range.
-- White range: optical zoom range where the image will not appear grainy.
-- Yellow range: digital zoom range where the image is not noticeably
grainy (ZoomPlus).
-- Blue range: digital zoom range where the image will appear grainy.
zz No blue range is displayed under certain pixel count settings, and you can
zoom in to the maximum level in one zoom operation.
[Digital zoom] → [Off].
zz To deactivate digital zoom, choose
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Locking Image Brightness / Exposure
(AE Lock)
Exposure can be locked when shooting stills and recording movies, or focus
and exposure can be set separately.
2
1
Without AE lock
AE lock
1
2
Aim at a subject for fixed exposure.
Press the
button.
zz [ ] is displayed, and the exposure is
locked.
zz To unlock it, press the button again.
3
Compose the shot and shoot.
zz AE: Auto Exposure
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Shooting Close-Ups (Macro)
To restrict the focus to subjects at close range, set the camera to [ ].
1
Press the
2
Shoot.
button to choose [ ].
zz If the flash fires, vignetting may occur.
zz To prevent camera shake, try mounting the camera on a tripod, pressing
button, and choosing [
] before shooting.
the
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Shooting in Manual Focus Mode
When focusing is not possible in AF mode, use manual focus. To make
focusing easier, magnify the display.
1
Set the camera to manual focus.
zz Press the
zz [
2
button and choose [
].
] and the MF indicator are displayed.
Focus.
zz Using the MF indicator (1, which shows
distance and focal position) as a guide,
press and hold the / buttons to
specify the general focal position.
(1)
zz Briefly press the / buttons to finetune the focal position as you watch
the magnified display. To adjust the
magnification, press the button.
zz You can move the magnified display area
by dragging it. To return it to the center,
button.
press the
3
Shoot.
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zz To focus more accurately, try attaching the camera to a tripod to stabilize it.
zz You can start manual focus with magnified display (MF-point zoom).
zz Press the shutter button halfway to have the camera fine-tune the focal
position (Safety MF).
zz Magnified display in step 2 is not available during RAW burst shooting.
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zz Easily Identifying the Focus Area (MF Peaking)
Edges of subjects in focus are displayed in color to make manual focusing
easier. You can adjust the color and display level.
1
[MF peaking settings] →
[Peaking] → [On]
2
Configure the settings.
zz Colors displayed for MF peaking are not recorded in your shots.
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Shooting with AF Lock
The focus can be locked. After you lock the focus, the focal position will not
change even when you release your finger from the shutter button.
1
Lock the focus.
zz With the shutter button pressed halfway,
press the button.
zz The focus is now locked, and [
the MF indicator are displayed.
2
] and
Compose the shot and shoot.
zz To unlock the focus, press the
again, and choose [ ] or [ ].
zz AF Lock is not available when set to Servo AF (= 148).
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button
Shooting at Preset Focal Lengths
(Step Zoom)
Shoot at common focal lengths in a range of 24 – 120 mm (35mm film
equivalent).
zz To zoom in, turn the ring
counterclockwise. To zoom out, turn the
ring clockwise.
zz Step zoom is not available when recording movies even if you turn the [ ]
ring.
zz When you are using digital zoom, you cannot adjust the zoom factor by
turning the [ ] ring counterclockwise. However, you can set the focal
length to 120 mm by turning it clockwise.
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Changing Image Quality
Choose from 7 combinations of size (number of pixels) and compression
(image quality). Also specify whether to capture images in RAW format.
1
button → [
option
] → choose an
zz [ ] and [ ] indicate different levels of image quality depending on the
extent of compression. At the same size (pixel count), [ ] offers higher
image quality. Although [ ] images have slightly lower image quality,
more fit on a memory card. Note that [ ]-size images are of [ ] quality.
zz Capturing in RAW Format
The camera can capture images in JPEG and RAW format.
RAW images are “raw” data, before processing to create JPEGs.
1
button → [
button
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] → press the
2
Choose the method of shooting in
RAW.
zz [
] produces RAW images with maximum image quality. [
]
produces RAW images with more compact file sizes.
zz RAW image data cannot be used as-is for viewing on a computer or
printing. You must first process it on this camera or use the Canon
application Digital Photo Professional to convert images to ordinary JPEG
or TIFF files.
zz Digital zoom is not available when capturing images in RAW format.
zz The file extension for JPEG images is .JPG, and the extension for RAW
images is .CR3. File names of JPEG and RAW images captured together
have the same image number.
[Image quality]. To capture
zz You can also configure this setting in
] or
images in both JPEG and RAW format simultaneously, choose [
] in [RAW].
[
zz Only JPEG images are captured when [RAW] is set to [−] on the
[Image quality] screen, and only RAW images are captured when
[JPEG] is set to [−].
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Changing the Aspect Ratio
The image aspect ratio (ratio of width to height) can be changed.
1
[Still img aspect ratio]
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Changing the Image Display Period
after Shots
How long images are shown after shots is adjustable.
1
Off
[Image review]
No image display after shots.
Images are displayed for the specified time. Even while
2 sec., 4 sec.,
the shot is displayed, you can prepare for the next shot by
8 sec.
pressing the shutter button halfway again.
Hold
Images are displayed until you press the shutter button
halfway.
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Changing the Flash Mode
You can change the flash mode to match the shooting scene.
1
Press the
mode.
button to choose a flash
Auto flash
Fires automatically in low-light conditions.
Flash on
Fires for each shot.
Slow synchro
Fires to illuminate the main subject (such as people)
while shooting at a slower shutter speed to illuminate
backgrounds out of flash range.
Flash off
For shooting without the flash.
zz If the flash fires, vignetting may occur.
zz In [ ] mode, mount the camera on a tripod or take other measures to
keep it still and prevent camera shake. Additionally, you should set [IS
mode] to [Off] when using a tripod or other means to secure the camera.
zz In [ ] mode, even after the flash fires, ensure that the main subject does
not move until the shutter sound is finished playing.
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Locking Brightness / Exposure in
Flash Photography (FE Lock)
Retain the flash output level.
FE lock
Without FE lock (overexposed)
1
Raise the flash and set it to [ ] or
[ ].
2
Aim at a subject for fixed exposure.
3
Press the
button.
zz The flash fires, a circle is displayed
showing the metering range, and [ ] is
displayed, indicating that the flash output
level has been retained.
4
Compose the shot and shoot.
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zz FE: Flash Exposure
zz [ ] blinks when standard exposure is not possible, even if you press the
button to fire the flash. Enable FE lock by pressing the
button when
subjects are within flash range.
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Configuring Flash Settings
Several flash settings are available.
1
[Flash settings]
zz You can also access the [Flash settings] screen by pressing the
button.
and immediately pressing the
zz Adjusting Flash Exposure Compensation
You can adjust the flash exposure from –2 to +2 stops, in 1/3-stop
increments.
Set toward −
Set toward +
1
[Flash exp. comp]
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button
2
Set the amount of compensation.
zz Adjusting Flash Output
Choose from three flash levels in
/
Flash output: Minimum
/
modes.
Flash output: Maximum
1
[Flash mode] → [Manual]
2
[Flash output]
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zz Changing the Flash Timing
The timing of flash firing relative to shutter release is adjustable.
1st curtain
2nd curtain
1
[Shutter sync.]
1st curtain
The flash fires immediately after the shutter opens.
2nd curtain
The flash fires immediately before the shutter closes.
zz [1st curtain] is used whenever the shutter speed is 1/100 or faster, even if
you select [2nd curtain].
zz Reducing Red-Eye
To help prevent red-eye, the camera can illuminate the red-eye reduction
lamp before firing the flash in low-light shots.
1
[Red-eye lamp]
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zz Configuring Safety FE
To ensure suitable exposure in flash photography under unfavorable
exposure conditions, the camera can automatically adjust the shutter
speed, aperture value, and ISO speed.
1
[Safety FE]
zz Shots may be captured using settings different from the values displayed
when you press the shutter button halfway.
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Continuous Shooting
Hold the shutter button all the way down to shoot continuously.
1
2
button → [
] or [
]
Shoot.
zz The camera shoots continuously as long
as you hold the shutter button all the way
down.
zz During continuous shooting in
mode, focus is locked at the position
determined for the first shot.
zz Shooting may stop momentarily or continuous shooting may slow down
depending on shooting conditions and camera settings.
zz As more shots are taken, shooting may slow down.
zz There may be a delay before you can shoot again, depending on shooting
conditions, the type of memory card, and how many shots you took
continuously.
zz Shooting may slow down if the flash fires.
zz Screen display in continuous shooting differs from the images actually
captured and may look out of focus.
zz Fewer continuous shots may be available under some shooting conditions
or camera settings.
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Using the Self-Timer
With the self-timer, you can include yourself in group photos or other timed
shots. The camera will shoot about 10 seconds after you press the shutter
button all the way down. By setting the timer to two seconds, you can also
avoid any camera shake from pressing the shutter button.
1
2
button → [
], [
], or [
]
Shoot.
zz Focus on the subject and press the
shutter button all the way down.
zz Once you start the self-timer, the lamp
will blink and the camera will play a selftimer sound.
zz Even when set, the self-timer has no effect if you press the movie
recording button to start recording.
zz More time is required between shots when the flash fires or when you
have specified to take many shots. Shooting will stop automatically when
the memory card becomes full.
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Shooting in RAW Burst Mode
This mode enables fast continuous shooting of RAW images. Useful when
you want to choose the best shot taken at exactly the right moment from
your captured images. Shots are captured as a single file (roll) with multiple
images. You can extract any image from the roll to save it separately
(= 185).
1
[RAW burst mode] → [RAW burst
mode] → [Enable]
2
[Pre-shooting]
Enable
Shooting begins slightly before (up to approx. 0.5 sec.
before) you press the shutter button all the way down,
after you initially hold it down halfway momentarily.
Disable
Shooting begins when you press the shutter button all
the way down.
3
Shoot.
zz An on-screen indicator shows buffer
status.
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zz Pressing the shutter button all the way
down shoots continuously until the buffer
becomes full, or until you release the
button.
zz Use memory cards with enough free space (4 GB or more).
zz SD Speed Class 10 or higher memory cards are recommended in RAW
burst shooting. Writing will finish faster on cards with a fast write speed.
zz RAW burst shooting is not available when the battery level indicator is
blinking.
zz Images may not be captured correctly if the battery runs out during image
processing while you are shooting in RAW burst mode with a slow-writing
card and low battery.
, or
mode, because ISO
zz ISO speed cannot be set manually in ,
Auto is used.
or
mode.
zz Shutter speeds slower than 1/30 sec. are not available in
zz The camera does not autofocus as you shoot, and focus is determined by
the first shot.
zz The exposure setting for the first shot will apply to subsequent shots.
zz Picture Style, white balance, and other settings configured for the first shot
also apply to the next shots.
zz The camera does not beep during continuous shooting, regardless of the
[Beep] setting.
zz File names of RAW burst images begin with CSI_ and end with the .CR3
file extension.
zz Images are captured using the electronic shutter. Before shooting in RAW
burst mode, read the notes and tips about the electronic shutter (= 147).
zz RAW burst image data cannot be used as-is for viewing on a computer.
You must first process it on this camera or use the Canon application
Digital Photo Professional.
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Adding a Date Stamp
The camera can add the shooting date to images, in the lower-right corner.
However, note that date stamps cannot be edited or removed, so confirm
beforehand that the date and time are correct (= 25).
1
[Date stamp
& time]
2
Shoot.
] → [Date] or [Date
zz As you take shots, the camera adds the
shooting date or time to the lower-right
corner of images.
zz Shots taken without adding a date stamp can be printed with one as
follows.
However, adding a date stamp this way to images that already have one
may cause it to be printed twice.
-- Print using printer functions
-- Use camera DPOF print settings to print
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Adjusting Image Brightness
(Exposure Compensation)
Standard exposure set by the camera for stills or movies can be adjusted in
1/3-stop increments in a range of ±3 stops.
Set toward −
Set toward +
1
Set the exposure compensation.
2
Compose the shot and shoot.
zz Turn the exposure compensation dial to
set the level.
zz For details on the [ ] (assign) position of the exposure compensation dial,
see = 272.
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zz Auto Exposure Bracketing (AEB Shooting)
Three images are captured at different exposure levels. Bracketing width
is adjustable in 1/3-stop increments in a range of ±2 stops, centered on the
exposure compensation level.
Underexposure
Overexposure
1
[Expo.comp./AEB]
2
Configure the setting →
button
zz Exposure compensation: Exposure
compensation dial
zz AEB:
3
ring
Shoot.
zz Over a series of three images captured
as you press the shutter button, exposure
is adjusted relative to the level set
in step 2, from standard exposure to
underexposure to overexposure.
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zz When the drive mode is set to [High
speed continuous] or [Low speed
continuous], three images are captured
each time you hold the shutter button all
the way down, before the camera stops
shooting.
zz To clear the AEB setting, set the AEB amount to 0, following the
configuration procedure.
/
/ / modes without using
zz AEB shooting is available only in /
the flash.
zz If exposure compensation is already in use, the value specified for that
function is treated as the standard exposure level for AEB.
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Changing the ISO Speed for Stills
Set the ISO speed to [AUTO] for automatic adjustment to suit the shooting
mode and conditions. Otherwise, set a higher ISO speed for higher
sensitivity, or a lower value for lower sensitivity.
1
button → [ ] → choose an option
zz Although choosing a lower ISO speed may reduce image graininess,
there may be a greater risk of subject and camera shake in some shooting
conditions.
zz Choosing a higher ISO speed will increase shutter speed, which may
reduce subject and camera shake and enable sufficient flash illumination
for subjects farther away. However, shots may look grainy.
zz ISO speed can be set to H (25600) when [Maximum] for [ISO speed range]
is set to [H (25600)].
zz Changing the ISO Speed Range
You can set the manually-settable ISO speed range (minimum and
maximum limits).
1
[ ISO speed settings] → [ISO
speed range]
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zz Because H (equivalent to ISO 25600) is an expanded ISO speed, image
noise (including graininess, dots of light, and banding), irregular colors,
and color shift will be more noticeable, and apparent resolution will be
lower than usual.
zz Adjusting ISO Auto Range
You can specify the range used for ISO Auto.
1
[Auto range]
zz Setting the Minimum Shutter Speed for ISO
Auto
You can specify the minimum shutter speed used for ISO Auto in
mode.
1
[Min. shutter spd.]
2
[Auto] or [Manual]
or
Auto
Turn the ring to set the difference (slower or faster) from
standard.
Manual
Turn the
ring to set the minimum shutter speed.
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zz If a correct exposure cannot be obtained with the maximum ISO speed
limit set with [Auto range], a shutter speed slower than the [Min. shutter
spd.] will be set to obtain the standard exposure.
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Changing the ISO Speed for Movies
In [ ] mode, you can set the ISO speed manually.
Set the ISO speed to [AUTO] for automatic adjustment to suit the shooting
conditions. Otherwise, set a higher ISO speed for higher sensitivity, or a
lower value for lower sensitivity.
1
button → [ ] → choose an option
zz Changing the ISO Speed Range
You can specify the range (minimum and maximum) used when ISO speed
is set manually for HD, Full HD, or 4K movies.
This setting applies to [ ] mode.
1
[ ISO speed settings] → [ISO
speed range] or [Range for
]
zz [ISO speed range] applies to HD and Full
HD movies.
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zz Adjusting the Maximum ISO Auto Setting
You can choose the maximum ISO speed set automatically for HD, Full HD,
4K, or time-lapse movies.
1
[ ISO speed settings] →
[Max for Auto]/[
Max for Auto]/
[ Max for Auto]
zz [Max for Auto] applies to HD and Full HD
movies.
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Auto Correction of Brightness and
Contrast (Auto Lighting Optimizer)
Correct brightness and contrast automatically to avoid images that are too
dark or have too little or too much contrast.
Low
High
1
button → [
] → choose an option
zz This feature may increase image noise under some shooting conditions.
zz When the effect of Auto Lighting Optimizer is too strong and images
] or [
].
become too bright, set it to [
zz Images may still be bright or the effect of exposure compensation may
] if you use a darker setting for
be weak under a setting other than [
exposure compensation or flash exposure compensation. For shots at your
].
specified brightness, set this feature to [
].
zz Fewer continuous shots may be available when this setting is set to [
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Shooting Bright Subjects (Highlight
Tone Priority)
Improve gradation in bright image areas to avoid loss of detail in subject
highlights.
1
[Highlight tone priority]
zz Setting highlight tone priority to [D+] or [D+2] will prevent you from setting
]
ISO speeds lower than [200]. Auto Lighting Optimizer is also set to [
and cannot be changed, in this case.
zz Under some shooting conditions, images may not look as expected even if
you choose [D+2].
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Adjusting ND Filter Settings
For optimal brightness in the scenes you shoot, Auto ND filter reduces light
intensity to 1/8 the actual level, by an amount equivalent to three stops.
Choosing [ ] enables you to reduce the shutter speed and aperture value.
1
button → [ ] → choose an option
zz When selecting [ ], mount the camera on a tripod or take other measures
to keep it still and prevent camera shake. Additionally, you should set [IS
mode] to [Off] when using a tripod or other means to secure the camera.
zz ND: Neutral Density
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Changing the Metering Method
Adjust the metering method (how brightness is measured) to suit shooting
conditions.
1
button → [
] → choose an option
Evaluative
metering
For typical shooting conditions, including backlit
shots. Automatically adjusts exposure to match the
shooting conditions.
Spot metering
Metering restricted to within the [ ] (Spot AE Point
frame), displayed in the center of the screen.
Centerweighted
average
Determines the average brightness of light across the
entire image area, calculated by treating brightness in
the central area as more important.
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Setting the Metering Timer
Adjust how long the exposure value is displayed after you press the shutter
button halfway.
1
[Metering timer]
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Configuring Exposure Simulation
With exposure simulation, image brightness more closely matches the
actual brightness (exposure) of your shots. Image brightness changes in
response to exposure compensation. Do not use this feature if you prefer
image display at standard brightness, which is usually easier to see.
1
[Expo. simulation]
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Capturing Natural Colors (White
Balance)
By adjusting white balance (WB), you can make image colors look more
natural for the scene you are shooting.
Daylight
Cloudy
1
Tungsten light
button → [
] → choose an option
Setting white balance
zz
button → / buttons
Adjusting white balance
zz
button →
/
/ / buttons
Setting white balance bracketing
zz
button →
dial
zz Three images are captured per shot,
each with different color tones.
Setting white balance color
temperature
zz [
]→
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button → / buttons
zz Any correction level you set is retained even if you change the white
balance option.
zz On the advanced settings screen for correction, B is for blue, A for amber,
M for magenta, and G for green.
zz One level of blue/amber correction is equivalent to about 5 mireds on
a color temperature conversion filter. (Mired: Color temperature unit
representing color temperature conversion filter density)
zz Color temperature can be set at 100 K increments in a range of 2,500 –
10,000 K.
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zz Custom White Balance
For image colors that look natural under the light in your shot, adjust white
balance to suit the light source where you are shooting. Set the white
balance under the same light source that will illuminate your shot.
1
Shoot a white object.
zz Focus and shoot with a plain white object
filling the screen.
button.
zz Press the
2
3
4
[
]→[
]
[Custom White Balance]
Load the white data.
zz Select your image from step 1 →
button → [OK]
button to return to the
zz Use the
shooting screen.
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zz Capturing a white subject that is too bright or dark may prevent you from
setting the white balance correctly.
zz Choose [Cancel] to choose a different image. Choose [OK] to use that
image for loading white data, but note that it may not produce a suitable
white balance.
zz Instead of a white object, a gray chart or 18% gray reflector (commercially
available) can produce a more accurate white balance.
zz The current white balance and related settings are disregarded when you
capture a white subject.
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Customizing Colors (Picture Style)
Choose color settings that express scenes or subjects well.
1
button → [
option
] → choose an
Auto
The color tone is adjusted automatically to suit the
scene. The colors look vivid, especially for blue
skies, greenery, and sunsets in nature, outdoor,
and sunset scenes.
Standard
The image looks vivid, sharp, and crisp. Suitable
for most scenes.
Portrait
For smooth skin tones, with slightly less
sharpness. Suited for close-up portraits. To modify
skin tones, adjust [Color tone].
Landscape
For vivid blues and greens, and very sharp and
crisp images. Effective for impressive landscapes.
Fine Detail
For detailed rendering of fine subject contours and
subtle textures. Makes images slightly more vivid.
Neutral
For retouching later on a computer. Makes images
subdued, with lower contrast and natural color
tones.
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Faithful
For retouching later on a computer. Faithfully
reproduces the actual colors of subjects as
measured under ambient light with a color
temperature of 5200K. Vivid colors are
suppressed for a subdued look.
Monochrome
Creates black and white images.
User Def.
Add a new style based on presets such as
[Portrait] or [Landscape] or a Picture Style file, and
then adjust it as needed.
zz Default [Auto] settings are used for [
add a Picture Style.
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], [
], and [
] until you
Customizing Picture Styles
Customize parameters of Picture Styles, such as contrast or saturation.
1
button → [
option →
2
Configure the settings.
zz Item:
/
] → choose an
button
buttons
zz Option: / buttons
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Strength
Sharpness
Adjust the level of edge enhancement.
Choose lower values to soften (blur)
subjects, or higher values to sharpen them.
Indicates the edge thinness that
Fineness enhancement applies to. Choose lower
values for more enhanced details.
Contrast threshold between edges and
surrounding image areas, which determines
edge enhancement. Choose lower values to
Threshold
enhance edges that do not stand out much
from surrounding areas. Note that with lower
values, noise may also be emphasized.
Contrast
Adjust the contrast. Choose lower values to
decrease the contrast, or higher values to
increase it.
Saturation*1
Adjust the intensity of colors. Choose lower
values to make colors faded, or higher values
to make them deeper.
Color tone*1
Adjust skin color tone. Choose lower values
to produce redder hues, or higher values to
produce yellower hues.
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Filter effect*2
Emphasize white clouds, the green of trees,
or other colors in monochrome images.
N: Normal black-and-white image with no
filter effects.
Ye: The blue sky will look more natural, and
the white clouds will look crisper.
Or: The blue sky will look slightly darker. The
sunset will look more brilliant.
R: The blue sky will look quite dark. Fall
leaves will look crisper and brighter.
G: S
kin tones and lips will appear muted.
Green tree leaves will look crisper and
brighter.
Toning effect*2
Choose from the following monochrome
hues: [N:None], [S:Sepia], [B:Blue],
[P:Purple], or [G:Green].
*1 Not available with [
*2 Only available with [
].
].
zz In [Sharpness], [Fineness] and [Threshold] settings are not applied to
movies.
zz [Filter effect] results are more noticeable with higher [Contrast] values.
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Saving Customized Picture Styles
Save presets (such as [
] or [
]) that you have customized as new
styles. You can create several Picture Styles with different settings for
parameters such as sharpness or contrast.
1
2
[
button → [
] → choose [
],
], or [
]→
button
Configure the settings.
zz Item:
/
buttons
zz Option: / buttons
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Reducing Noise in High-ISO Shooting
You can choose from 3 levels of noise reduction:
[Standard], [High], [Low]. This function is
especially effective when shooting at high ISO
speeds.
1
[High ISO speed NR]
zz Using Multi Shot Noise Reduction
Automatically combine four images captured at
once to reduce noise. Compared to setting [High
ISO speed NR] to [High], this feature minimizes
loss of image quality while reducing noise.
1
[High ISO speed NR] → [Multi
Shot Noise Reduction]
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zz Unexpected results may occur if images are quite misaligned (from camera
shake, for example). Mount the camera on a tripod or take other measures
to keep it still, if possible.
zz If you shoot a moving subject, the subject’s movement may leave
afterimages or the surrounding area of the subject may become dark.
zz Depending on shooting conditions, noise may appear on the image
periphery.
zz Flash shooting is not possible.
zz Recording the image to the card will take longer than with normal shooting.
You cannot take another shot until processing is finished.
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Shooting by Touching the Screen
(Touch Shutter)
With this option, instead of pressing the shutter button, you can touch the
screen and release your finger to shoot. The camera will focus on subjects
and adjust image brightness automatically.
1
Configure the setting.
2
Shoot.
zz Touch [
] and change it to [
].
zz Touch an area where you want to focus.
zz A yellow AF point indicates that the camera could not focus on subjects.
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Configuring Touch & Drag AF
With Touch & Drag AF, you can move the AF point by touching or dragging
the screen while looking through the viewfinder.
1
[Touch & drag AF
settings] → [Touch & drag
AF] → [Disable]
2
Configure the settings.
zz In [Positioning method], configure
touching and dragging.
Absolute
The AF point moves to the touched or dragged position on the
screen.
Relative
The AF point moves in the direction you drag, by an amount
corresponding to the amount you drag, no matter where you
touch the screen.
zz In [Active touch area], configure the area
of the screen available for touching and
dragging.
zz This feature is not available when
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[Touch control] is set to [Disable].
Shooting with the Electronic Shutter
A mechanical shutter is normally used for shooting, but switching to the
electronic shutter enables faster shutter speeds.
1
2
zz
zz
zz
zz
zz
zz
zz
zz
zz
[Shutter mode] → [Electronic]
Shoot.
Suitable for shooting under bright conditions with a fast shutter speed.
The fastest shutter speed is 1/25600 sec.
Camera shake or subject motion may cause image distortion.
Under fluorescent lighting or other flickering light sources, the screen may
flicker and images may be affected by horizontal stripes (noise) or irregular
exposure. If so, it may be helpful to reduce the shutter speed.
During exposure, a white frame is displayed around the screen as you
shoot. Note that it is not displayed at shutter speeds slower than 1 sec.
Lens aperture adjustment is still audible, even when set to [Electronic].
Other mechanical sounds may also be audible, depending on shooting
conditions.
The mechanical shutter may be activated for image processing after you
shoot, under some shooting conditions.
Bands of light may be displayed and captured images may be affected
by light and dark banding if you shoot with electronic shutter during flash
firing by other cameras or under fluorescent lighting or other flickering light
sources.
Continuous shooting and flash photography are not available.
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Shooting with Servo AF
Focus and exposure are maintained where the blue AF point is displayed
while you press the shutter button halfway. This helps you avoid missing
shots of subjects in motion.
1
button → [
]→[
]
2
Press the shutter button halfway to
focus.
3
Press all the way down to shoot.
zz The camera may not be able to shoot while focusing, even if you press the
shutter button all the way down. Keep holding down the shutter button as
you follow the subject.
zz Exposure is not locked in Servo AF mode when you press the shutter
button halfway but is determined the moment you shoot.
zz Continuous shooting with auto focus is possible by specifying Servo AF.
Note that continuous shooting is slower at this time.
zz Depending on the distance to the subject and the subject’s speed, the
camera may not be able to achieve correct focus.
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Choosing the AF Method
Choose a method of auto focusing (AF) for the subject and scene you are
shooting.
1
+Tracking
button → [
option
] → choose an
Shoot with the focus on the face of the main subject, as
determined by the camera. Subjects are tracked within
a certain range.
Spot AF
Autofocus with an AF point smaller than for 1-point AF.
1-point AF
The camera focuses using a single AF point. Effective
for reliable focusing.
zz Focusing may take longer or be incorrect when subjects are dark or lack
contrast, or in very bright conditions.
+Tracking
zz After you aim the camera at the subject, a white frame is displayed around
the face of the main subject as determined by the camera.
zz If no faces are detected when you aim the camera at people, pressing the
shutter button halfway displays green frames around other areas in focus.
zz With the following subjects, faces may not be detected.
-- Subjects that are distant or extremely close
-- Subjects that are dark or light
-- Faces in profile, at an angle, or partly hidden
zz The camera may misinterpret non-human subjects as faces.
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zz Moving the AF Point
The AF point can be moved when the AF method is [1-point AF] or [Spot
AF].
1
Touch the screen.
zz Touch a spot to perform focusing on the
spot (Touch AF).
zz Center (original position):
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button
Changing the Focus Setting
Continuous AF constantly focuses on subjects the camera is aimed at, even
when the shutter button is not pressed. This setting can be changed to limit
autofocusing to the moment you press the shutter button halfway.
1
[Continuous AF]
Enable
Helps avoid missing sudden photo opportunities,
because the camera constantly focuses on subjects
until you press the shutter button halfway.
Disable
Conserves battery power, because the camera does
not focus constantly. However, this may delay focusing.
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Configuring the AF-Assist Beam
The lamp lights up to help you focus when you press the shutter button
halfway in low-light conditions. You can configure whether the beam is
activated.
1
[AF-assist beam firing]
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Continuous Shooting as the Focal
Distance is Changed (Focus Bracketing)
Focus bracketing enables continuous shooting with the focal distance
changed automatically after a single shot.
From these images, you can create a single image in focus over a wide
area by using an application that supports depth compositing, such as the
Canon application Digital Photo Professional.
1
[Focus bracketing] → [Focus
bracketing] → [Enable]
2
Configure the settings.
Number of shots Specify the number of images captured per shot.
Specify how much to shift the focus. This amount is
Focus increment automatically adjusted to suit the aperture value at the
time of shooting.
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3
Shoot.
zz To create a new folder: touch [
] → [OK]
zz Focus at the nearer end of your preferred
focal range, then press the shutter button
completely.
zz Once shooting begins, release the shutter
button.
zz The camera shoots continuously, shifting
the focal position toward infinity.
zz Shooting ends after your specified
number of images, or at the far end of the
focal range.
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zz Mount the camera on a tripod or take other measures to keep it still.
zz Shooting with a wider angle of view is recommended.
zz Because larger aperture values increase the focus shift, focus bracketing
covers a wider range under the same [Focus increment] and [Number of
shots] settings in that case.
zz Suitable [Focus increment] settings vary by subject. An unsuitable [Focus
increment] setting may cause unevenness in composite images, or
shooting may take more time because more shots are taken. Take some
test shots to decide a suitable [Focus increment] setting.
zz Flash shooting is not possible.
zz Details such as shutter speed, aperture value, and ISO speed are
determined by conditions for the first shot.
zz To cancel shooting in progress, press the shutter button all the way down
again.
zz Canceling shooting in progress may cause exposure problems in the last
image. Avoid using the last image when combining the images in Digital
Photo Professional.
zz Images are captured using the electronic shutter. Before shooting with
focus bracketing, read the notes and tips about the electronic shutter
(= 147).
zz If [Picture Style] is set to [Auto], [Standard] will be applied for shooting.
zz [Focus bracketing] switches to [Disable] when the camera is turned off.
zz After depth compositing, you can crop the image if necessary.
zz Combining images may take some time when the [Number of shots]
setting is high.
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Fine-Tuning the Focus
You can fine-tune the focus after autofocusing by turning the control ring.
1
[AF+MF] → [Enable]
2
Focus.
3
Fine-tune the focus.
zz Press the shutter button halfway to focus
on the subject, and continue holding the
button halfway down.
zz Turn the ring. Referring to the onscreen MF indicator (which shows the
distance and focal position) and the
magnified display, turn the ring to
adjust the focus.
zz To enlarge or reduce the magnified
display, press the button.
4
Shoot.
zz Cannot be used with Servo AF.
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Changing the IS Mode Settings
Image stabilization is adjustable.
1
[IS settings] → [IS mode]
Off
Deactivates image stabilization.
On
Optimal image stabilization for the shooting conditions
is automatically applied.
Shoot only
Image stabilization is active only at the moment of
shooting.
zz The [IS mode] setting changes to [On] for movie recording, even if [Shoot
only] is set.
zz If image stabilization cannot prevent camera shake, mount the camera
on a tripod or take other measures to hold it still. Additionally, you should
set [IS mode] to [Off] when using a tripod or other means to secure the
camera.
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zz Correcting Severe Camera Shake
Counteract severe camera shake, such as when recording movies while
moving. The portion of images displayed changes more than for [Standard],
and subjects are further enlarged.
1
[Dynamic IS] → [High]
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Using Auto Level
Auto leveling helps keep movies straight as you record them. Once
recording begins, the display area may narrow, and subjects may be
enlarged.
1
[
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Auto level]
Using Digital Tele-Converter
The focal length of the lens can be increased by approximately 1.6x or 2.0x.
This can reduce camera shake because the shutter speed is faster than it
would be if you zoomed (including using digital zoom) in to the same zoom
factor.
1
[Digital zoom] → [1.6x] or [2.0x]
zz The view is enlarged and the zoom factor
is displayed.
zz The shutter speed at maximum telephoto (when you move the zoom lever
all the way toward ) may match the speed when zooming in to enlarge
subjects with digital zoom.
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Changing Movie Recording Size
Adjust the movie recording size. The frame rate indicates how many frames
are recorded per second, and available options depend on the NTSC or
PAL setting.
1
button → [
] → choose an option
zz [
] and [
] are only available in
mode.
zz Maximum recording time per movie is 9 min. 59 sec. for 4K movies and 29
min. 59 sec. for Full HD and HD movies.
zz Movie file names begin with MVI_ and end with the .MP4 file extension.
zz The camera may overheat after repeated movie recording, which may
temporarily disable shooting.
zz To avoid overheating, turn the camera off when you are not using it.
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zz Recording Movies for Slow-Motion Playback
(High Frame Rate)
Record Full HD movies at a high frame rate of 119.9 fps or 100.0 fps.
Because high frame rate movies are recorded as 29.97 fps/25.00 fps movie
files, they are played back in slow motion at 1/4 speed.
1
[Movie rec quality] → [High Frame
Rate]
zz Before recording, press the shutter button halfway to focus.
zz The maximum recording time per movie is 7 min. 29 sec.
zz Sound is not recorded.
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Configuring Sound Recording Settings
zz Wind Filter
Noise from windy recording sites can be reduced with the wind filter. If there
is no wind, recordings may sound unnatural when this option is used. In this
case, set [Wind filter] to [Disable].
1
[Wind filter]
zz Attenuator
The attenuator can prevent audio distortion at noisy recording sites.
Three options are available: [Auto], [Off], or [On] for automatic activation/
deactivation as needed.
1
[Attenuator]
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Configuring Movie Servo AF
Specify whether to keep subjects in focus when recording movies.
1
[Movie Servo AF]
Enable
Keeps subjects in focus, even when the shutter button is
not pressed halfway.
Disable
Focus remains constant as movies are recorded.
zz To keep the focus at a specific position, or if you prefer not to record
mechanical sounds from the lens, you can temporarily stop Movie Servo
] or pressing the button.
AF by touching [
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Using Auto Slow Shutter
Specify whether to reduce the shutter speed automatically under low light
when recording [
], [
], [
], or [
] movies.
1
[
Auto slow shutter]
Enable
Enables you to record movies that are brighter and less
affected by image noise by automatically reducing the
shutter speed to 1/30 sec. (or 1/25 sec.) under low light.
Disable
Enables you to record movies with smoother, more
natural movement, less affected by subject shake than
when set to [Enable]. Note that under low light, movies
may be darker than when set to [Enable].
zz Set to [Disable] when recording moving subjects under low light, or when
afterimages such as trails may occur.
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Miniature Model Effect in Movies
(Miniature Effect Movie)
Creates the effect of a miniature model in
movies, by blurring image areas outside a
selected area.
Miniature effect movie
1
button → [
option
2
Set the area to keep in focus (scene
frame).
zz
3
button → / buttons to move the
button
frame →
Set the position in focus (AF point).
zz
/
→
4
] → choose an
/ / buttons to move the AF point
button
Start recording.
zz Press the shutter button halfway to focus,
and then press the movie recording
button.
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Estimated playback speed and time for a movie recorded for one minute:
Speed
Playback Time
Approx. 12 sec.
Approx. 6 sec.
Approx. 3 sec.
zz Sound is not recorded.
zz To make people and objects in the scene move quickly during playback,
], [
], or [
] before recording the movie. The scene will
choose [
resemble a miniature model.
zz To change the miniature effect scene frame orientation, press the /
buttons in step 2.
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Recording Video Snapshots
Record a series of 4, 6, or 8 sec. video snapshots, and the camera will
combine them to create a video snapshot album that shows these highlights
of your trip or event.
1
[Video snapshot] → [Video
snapshot] → [Enable]
2
Configure the settings.
Playback time
Choose the video snapshot playback time.
Playback effect
Choose the video snapshot playback effect.
Show confirm msg
Choose whether to display a confirmation message
after each video snapshot is recorded.
zz The time required to record a video
snapshot ([Time required]) is displayed,
based on [Playback time] and [Playback
effect].
zz After your first video snapshot is
recorded, in [Album settings], you can
choose which album to save your next
video snapshot to.
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3
Start recording.
zz Press the
button to return to
the shooting screen, and then press the
movie recording button.
zz A bar showing the elapsed time
is displayed, and recording stops
automatically when finished.
4
Save to an album.
zz This message is not displayed if you set
[Show confirm msg] to [Disable] in step 2,
and the video snapshot is automatically
saved to the album you selected in
[Album settings] in step 2.
zz Repeat steps 3 – 4 as needed.
5
zz
Stop recording video snapshots.
button → [
]→[
]
zz Video snapshots are saved to a new album when the recording time of the
current album exceeds 5 min.
zz The indicated playback time per video snapshot is only a guideline.
] or [
].
zz Set the movie recording size to [
zz Any video snapshots that you manually stop recording are saved as
normal movies.
zz No sound is recorded when you set [Playback effect] to [2x speed] or [1/2x
speed].
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Recording Time-Lapse Movies
Time-lapse movies combine images that are shot automatically at a
specified interval. Any gradual changes of the subject (such as changes in a
landscape) are played back in fast motion.
1
[Time-lapse movie] → [Timelapse] → [Scene *] or [Custom]
2
Configure the settings.
3
Return to the shooting screen and
prepare for recording.
zz Set the shooting interval and other
settings.
zz Mount the camera on a tripod or take
other measures to keep it still.
zz Set the exposure.
zz To take a test shot: Press the shutter
button all the way down.
4
Start recording.
zz Movie recording button → press the
shutter button all the way down
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zz As you configure the items, the time required [ ] and movie playback
] are displayed.
time [
zz Set [Screen auto off] to [Disable] to keep the screen on for 30 minutes
after you start shooting. Set it to [Enable] to turn the screen off about 10
seconds after the first frame is captured.
zz Do not disturb the camera while recording.
zz To cancel recording, press the shutter button or the movie recording button
again.
zz Fast-moving subjects may look distorted in movies.
zz Sound is not recorded.
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Configuring Information Display for
HDMI Output
Specify whether to show on-screen information over images in HDMI
output.
1
[HDMI info disp]
With info
Information display is included in HDMI output as movies are
recorded. No image is shown on the camera. Movies can be
recorded on the camera.
Clean /
output
HDMI output consists only of 4K content, without information
display. On the camera, information display is shown over
images. Movies cannot be recorded on the camera.
Clean /
output
HDMI output consists only of Full HD content, without
information display. On the camera, information display
is shown over images. Movies cannot be recorded on the
camera.
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Setting the Type of Digest Movie
When shooting in
mode, both stills and digest movies are recorded.
Specify whether to include a still moment in digest movies.
1
[Digest type]
Include stills
Digest movies include a still moment.
No stills
Digest movies do not include a still moment.
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Playback
Enjoy browsing through your shots, and find and edit images in several
ways.
zz To prepare the camera for these operations, press the
switch to playback.
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button to
Viewing
After shooting stills or movies, you can view them on the screen as follows.
1
Press the
2
Choose images.
button.
zz Movies are labeled with [
].
Playing movies
zz
button (twice)
zz Press the
volume.
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/
buttons to adjust the
zz Pressing the
button when the camera is off starts playback, and
pressing it again turns the camera off.
zz The lens is retracted after about a minute during playback. You can turn
button.
the camera off when the lens is retracted by pressing the
zz To switch to a shooting mode during playback, press the shutter button
halfway, press the movie recording button, or turn the mode dial.
zz It may not be possible to play back or edit images that were renamed or
already edited on a computer.
button.
zz To pause or resume movies, press the
zz Lines indicating the aspect ratio are displayed when you view RAW
images. These lines are shown on the top and bottom of images shot at an
] and on the left and right of images shot at an aspect
aspect ratio of [
] or [
].
ratio of [
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Magnifying Images
Images you play back can be magnified.
1
2
Choose images.
Magnify or reduce images.
zz Magnify: Zoom lever toward
zz Reduce: Zoom lever toward
zz Move the display position:
buttons
/
/ /
zz When viewing a magnified image, you can switch to other images while
dial.
maintaining magnified display by turning the
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Viewing Digest Movies
A short movie of scenes when you shoot in
mode is created
automatically. Playing a digest movie shows the scenes captured that day.
1
2
Choose [
] images.
button → choose [
]
zz The digest movie recorded automatically
on the day of still shooting is played back
from the beginning.
zz After a moment, [
] will no longer be displayed when you are
using the camera with information display deactivated.
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Finding Images in an Index
By displaying multiple images in an index, you can quickly find the images
you are looking for.
1
Move the zoom lever toward
.
zz Display more images: Zoom lever toward
zz Display fewer images: Zoom lever toward
2
Find the images.
zz
/
zz
ring: Previous/next screen
3
zz
/ / buttons or
Choose an image.
button
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dial
Editing Movies
zz Removing the Beginning/End of Movies
You can remove unneeded portions from the beginning and end of movies.
1
2
3
Choose a [
] movie.
button → [ ]
Choose [ ].
zz During playback, press the
choose [ ].
button to
zz The movie editing panel and editing bar
are displayed.
4
Specify portions to cut.
zz Choose [
] or [
].
zz To view the portions you can cut
(identified by [ ] on the screen), press
the / buttons to move [ ] or [ ]. At the
button.
position to cut, press the
180
5
Review the edited movie.
zz Playback: [ ]
zz Cancel editing:
6
button
Save the movie.
zz [ ] → [New file]
zz Save a compressed version: [
] → [OK]
Image quality after compression when you choose [Save compressed
version]
Before Compression
,
,
,
,
After Compression
zz When you are specifying portions to cut, moving [ ] or [ ] to a position not
identified with a [ ] icon will cut from the beginning to the nearest [ ]
mark on the left (for [ ]) or from the nearest [ ] mark on the right to the
end (for [ ]).
zz For digest movies (= 60) and video snapshots (= 168), deletion is
performed on the basis of clips.
zz To erase and overwrite the original movie with the edited one, choose
[Overwrite] on the screen for saving edited movies.
zz If the memory card lacks sufficient space, only [Overwrite] will be available.
zz Movies may not be saved if the battery pack runs out while saving is in
progress.
zz When editing movies, you should use a fully charged battery pack.
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zz Extracting Frames of 4K Movies as Stills
Frames of your choice in [
stills.
] or [
] movies can be saved as
1
Choose a frame to extract.
2
Save the image.
zz During playback, press the
button, and
then use [ ] or [ ] to choose a frame.
zz [
] → [OK]
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zz Editing Digest Movies
Individual chapters (clips) (= 60) recorded in
mode can be erased.
Be careful when erasing clips, because they cannot be recovered.
1
2
Choose [
] images.
button → choose [
3
Choose a clip.
4
Erase the selected clip.
]
zz During playback, press the
button, and
then use [ ] or [ ] to choose a clip.
zz [ ] → [OK]
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zz After [Erase this clip?] is displayed, the chapter is erased and the digest
button.
movie is overwritten when you choose [OK] and press the
zz Albums created when recording video snapshots can also be edited.
[Create album] cannot be edited.
Albums created with
184
Extracting Stills from RAW Burst
Images
You can extract any image (as a JPEG or RAW image) from sets (rolls,
= 116) captured in RAW burst mode.
1
Choose the roll of images: [
2
3
button → [
]→
].
button
Choose an image.
zz Press the / buttons to choose an
image to extract.
zz To delete unneeded portions at the
beginning and end of the roll, press the
button.
4
Save the image.
zz
as
button → [Extract as JPEG] or [Extract
]
zz When extracting JPEGs, you can choose
[Edit and save] and apply RAW image
processing (= 198) before saving.
185
zz Images saved when [Extract as JPEG] is selected are in [
] quality.
zz Creative filters, cropping, and resizing are not available when processing
JPEGs extracted from RAW burst images or from RAW images extracted
from RAW burst images.
186
Protecting Images
Important images can be selected and protected to prevent accidental
erasure from the camera.
Protected images are labeled with a
icon.
1
2
Choose an image.
button → [
] → [Enable]
zz Protected images on a memory card will be erased if you format the card.
zz Protected images cannot be erased using the camera’s erasure function.
To erase them this way, first cancel protection.
zz You can choose [All found images] or [Unprotect all found] by using
[Protect images] or
button → [
]→
button when results are
displayed for your specified image search conditions.
-- Choose [All found images] to protect all found images.
-- Choose [Unprotect all found] to clear protection of all found images.
button again
zz To cancel protection and remove [ ] display, press the
[Protect
when [ ] is displayed on the screen after you have chosen
images] → [Select images].
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zz Protecting Multiple Images
You can choose multiple images to protect at once.
1
2
[Protect images]
Choose images.
Selecting images individually
zz [Select images] → choose an image →
button →
button
Selecting a range
zz [Select range] → choose the first image
button → choose the last image →
→
button →
button
Selecting all images in a folder
zz [All images in folder] → choose a folder
→ [OK]
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Selecting all images on a card
zz [All images on card] → [OK]
189
Rotating Images
Change the orientation of images and save
them.
1
2
Choose an image.
button → [ ] → choose an option
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Erasing Images
Unneeded images can be erased. Be careful when erasing images,
because they cannot be recovered.
1
2
Choose an image.
Press the
button.
zz Choose the erasure option →
button
zz Protected images cannot be erased.
zz During display of images captured in both RAW and JPEG format,
button displays [Erase
], [Erase JPEG], and [Erase
pressing the
+JPEG]. Choose an option to erase the image.
[Erase images] when
zz You can choose [All found images] by using
results are displayed for your specified image search conditions.
-- Choose [All found images] to erase all found images.
button again
zz To clear selection and remove [ ] display, press the
[Erase
when [ ] is displayed on the screen after you have chosen
images] → [Select and erase images].
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zz Erasing Multiple Images at Once
You can choose multiple images to erase at once.
1
2
[Erase images]
Choose images.
Choosing images individually
zz [Select and erase images] → choose an
button
image →
zz The image is labeled with [
zz
].
button → [OK]
Selecting a range
zz [Select range] → choose the first image
button → choose the last image →
→
button →
button → [OK]
Selecting all images in a folder
zz [All images in folder] → choose a folder
→ [OK]
192
Selecting all images on a card
zz [All images on card] → [OK]
zz Choosing an image captured in both RAW and JPEG format will erase
both versions.
193
Adding Images to Print Orders (DPOF)
Set up batch printing (up to 400 images) or ordering prints from a photo
development service (up to 998 images) by choosing the images on a
memory card and the number of copies. The printing information you
prepare this way will conform to DPOF (Digital Print Order Format)
standards.
1
2
[Print order]
Add images to the print list.
Choosing images
zz [Sel.Image] or [Multiple] → choose
images and the number of copies
zz Press the
printing screen.
button to return to the
Other settings
zz [Set up] → choose an item → choose an
option
zz Press the
printing screen.
button to return to the
zz RAW images and movies cannot be selected.
zz Not all of your DPOF settings may be applied in printing by the printer or
photo development service, in some cases.
zz Setting [Date] to [On] may cause some printers to print the date twice.
194
zz Printing Images Added to the Print Order
(DPOF)
1
Connect the camera to a PictBridgecompatible printer.
zz The playback screen is displayed.
zz
2
button → [Print order]
Print the images.
zz [Print] → [OK]
195
Adding Images to a Photobook
Photobooks can be set up by choosing up to 998 images on a memory
card.
1
2
[Photobook Set-up]
Choose images.
Choosing images individually
zz [Select images] → choose an image →
button →
button
Selecting a range
zz [Multiple] → [Select range] → choose the
button → choose the last
first image →
button →
button
image →
Selecting all images in a folder
zz [Multiple] → [All images in folder] →
choose a folder → [OK]
Selecting all images on a card
zz [Multiple] → [All images on card] → [OK]
zz RAW images and movies cannot be selected.
196
Applying Filter Effects to Images
(Creative Filters)
Apply effects equivalent to shooting in [ ], [ ], [ ], [ ], [
[ ] modes to images and save them as separate images.
1
2
], [
button → [ ] → choose an option
Adjust the effect as needed.
zz Set the level: / buttons →
zz Move the [
button
3
], and
] frame:
/
button
buttons →
Save the image.
zz For [
], you can also choose the type of filter effect.
zz For [ ], you can also move the frame by touching or dragging across the
screen.
zz For [ ], you can switch to vertical orientation by pressing [ ] and
restore horizontal orientation by pressing [ ] again.
197
Processing RAW Images
Process images captured in RAW format on the
camera. The original RAW image is retained,
and a copy is saved as a JPEG.
Available when the mode dial is set to /
/
/ / .
1
button → [
2
Save the image.
3
Select the image to display.
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]→[
]
zz Images produced by in-camera processing will not match those processed
with Digital Photo Professional exactly.
zz This method of image processing is not available for images in sets (rolls)
captured in RAW burst mode. Process the images after extracting them
from rolls as RAW images (= 185).
Customizing RAW Processing
zz By choosing [Customize RAW processing], you can manually adjust image
brightness, Picture Styles, and other details before processing.
zz On the processing conditions screen, you can also choose an effect for the
dial.
selected processing condition by turning the
zz For magnified display on the processing conditions screen, move the zoom
lever toward .
zz You can compare the current image (“After change”) to the original image
button and turning the
dial.
(“Shot settings”) by pressing the
Processing Multiple Images
zz Choose
[RAW image processing] → [Select images], press the
button, and then press the / buttons to choose an image. Press the
button to mark the item as selected ([ ]). Repeat this process to specify
other images. When finished, process the images.
button again. [ ] is no longer displayed.
zz To cancel selection, press the
Processing a Range of Images
zz Choose
[RAW image processing] → [Select range], press the
button, and then specify a range of images. When finished, process the
images.
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Correcting Red-Eye
Automatically corrects images affected by redeye. You can save the corrected image as a
separate file.
1
2
3
4
[Red-eye correction]
Choose an image.
Press the
button.
Save the image.
zz Once red-eye is corrected, frames are displayed around corrected image
areas.
zz Some images may not be corrected accurately.
200
Combining Video Snapshots
Combine video snapshots to create a new movie (album).
1
[Create album]
2
Specify video snapshots.
3
Edit the album.
zz Choose a movie (an existing album) →
button → [OK]
button →
zz Video snapshots in the movie selected in
step 2 are displayed.
zz Choose an item in the editing menu at the
button.
bottom and press the
zz Along the top of the screen, choose
video snapshots to edit, and edit them as
needed.
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Rearrange video
snapshots
Rearrange video snapshots. Choose a video
snapshot to move and press the
button. To
move it, use the / buttons.
Remove video
snapshot
Choose video snapshots to exclude from the
new album. Video snapshots labeled with a
[ ] icon are not included in the new album, but
they are not deleted from the original album.
Play video snapshot
Play the selected video snapshot.
Finish editing
Exit album editing.
4
Exit editing.
zz Press the
editing menu.
button to return to the
zz Choose [ ] to exit editing.
5
Save the album.
zz Choose [Save].
zz To add background music, choose
[Background music].
zz Choose [Preview] to preview the album
you edited.
zz Albums created with
[Create album] cannot be edited.
202
Cropping
You can specify a portion of an image to save as
a separate image file.
1
2
button → [ ]
Adjust the cropping area.
zz Reduce the frame: Zoom lever toward
Enlarge the frame: Zoom lever toward
zz Move the frame:
/
/ / buttons
zz Straighten the image:
button →
dial
dial → [
zz Change the aspect ratio:
button
→
zz Preview the image:
button
3
zz
Save the image.
dial → [ ] → [OK]
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]→
dial → [
dial → [
]→
]
zz
zz
zz
zz
zz
RAW images cannot be edited.
Cropped images cannot be cropped again.
Cropped images cannot be resized or have creative filters applied.
Cropped images will have a lower pixel count than uncropped images.
While previewing the cropped image, you can adjust the cropping frame
size, position, and aspect ratio.
zz You can also specify the cropping frame size, position, orientation, and
[Cropping], choosing an image, and pressing
aspect ratio by choosing
button.
the
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Resizing Images
Save a smaller version of an image, with fewer
pixels.
zz JPEG [
1
button → [
2
Save the image.
] → choose an option
] images and RAW images cannot be edited.
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Rating Images
Organize images by rating them on a scale of 1 – 5.
1
2
Choose an image.
button → [
] → choose an option
zz Choose multiple images:
choose an item
button →
zz [Select range]: Choose the first image →
button
choose the last image →
→ ring to set the rating → [OK]
zz [All images on card]:
rating → [OK]
ring to set the
zz By viewing only images with a specified rating, you can restrict the
following operations to all images with that rating.
-- Viewing, protecting, erasing, or adding images to a print list or
photobook, viewing slideshows
button, choose [ ] in the [ ] setting
zz To remove ratings, press the
button.
item, and then press the
[Rating], you can apply a rating to all
zz When rating images using
images in a folder.
206
Viewing Slideshows
Automatically play back images from a memory card.
1
[Slide show] → [Start]
zz After you start playback and [Loading image] is displayed, the slideshow
starts in a few seconds.
button to stop the slideshow.
zz Press the
zz The camera’s power-saving functions are deactivated during slideshows.
button.
zz To pause or resume slideshows, press the
zz During a slideshow, you can also pause playback by touching the screen.
zz You can switch to other images during playback by pressing the /
dial. For fast-forward or fast-rewind, hold the /
buttons or turning the
buttons down.
zz On the slideshow start screen, you can choose [Set up] to configure
slideshow repetition, display time per image, and the transition between
images.
207
Finding Images Matching Specified
Conditions
Find images quickly on a memory card full of images by filtering image
display according to your specified conditions.
1
2
button → [
]
Specify conditions.
zz Item:
/
buttons
zz Option: / buttons
3
Complete the setting.
zz
button → [OK]
zz Matching images are displayed in yellow
frames.
Canceling filtered display
zz
button → [
button → [OK]
]→
button →
zz You can apply protection or ratings exclusively to the found images in
button.
yellow frames by pressing the
zz If you edit images and save them as new images, a message is displayed,
and the images that were found are no longer shown.
208
Using the Control Ring to Find Images
Use the ring to find and jump between desired images quickly by filtering
image display according to your specified conditions.
1
2
zz
button → [ ] → choose an option
Find the images.
ring
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Customizing Playback Information
Display
The shooting information displayed changes each time you press the
button when display is set to playback. You can customize the information
displayed.
1
2
[Playback information display]
Press the
screens.
/
buttons and select
zz For screens to display, press the
button to add [ ].
zz For screens you prefer not to display,
button to clear [ ].
press the
zz To specify a histogram to display, press
button.
the
zz Choose [OK] to apply your settings.
210
Starting Playback from the Last Image
Displayed
You can specify how image display begins when you switch to the playback
screen after turning the camera off and on.
1
[View from last seen]
Enable
The last image displayed on the playback screen is
displayed.
Disable
The most recent image is displayed.
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Wireless Features
Send images wirelessly to a variety of compatible devices, or share them
via Web services.
Before using wireless features, be sure to read “Precautions for Wireless
Features” (= 304).
zz Note that Canon cannot be held liable for any loss or damage from
erroneous wireless communication settings when using the camera. In
addition, Canon cannot be held liable for any other loss or damage caused
by use of the camera.
zz When using wireless communication functions, establish appropriate
security at your own risk and discretion. Canon cannot be held liable for
any loss or damage caused by unauthorized access or other security
breaches.
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Available Wireless Features
(1)Connect to smartphones
(3)Print from Wi-Fi printers
(2)Send images to a computer
automatically
(4)Upload to Web services
(1)
Connect to smartphones (= 215, = 223)
Control the camera remotely and browse images on the camera
over a Wi-Fi connection by using the dedicated Camera Connect
app on smartphones or tablets.
You can also geotag images and use other features when connected
by Bluetooth®*.
For convenience in this guide, smartphones, tablets, and other
compatible devices are collectively referred to as “smartphones”.
* Bluetooth low energy technology (hereafter referred to as “Bluetooth”)
(2)
Send images to a computer automatically (= 230)
With Image Transfer Utility 2, camera images can be automatically
sent to a computer connected via Wi-Fi.
213
(3)
Print from Wi-Fi printers (= 226)
Print images over a Wi-Fi connection from printers compatible with
PictBridge (wireless LAN) technology.
(4)Upload to Web services (= 234)
Share images with friends or family on social media or the CANON
iMAGE GATEWAY online photo service for Canon customers after
you complete member registration (free of charge).
zz Other devices, such as computers, cannot be used with the camera by
connecting them with an interface cable while the camera is connected
to devices via Wi-Fi. Terminate the connection before connecting the
interface cable.
zz Wireless communication settings cannot be configured while the camera is
connected to a computer or other device via an interface cable. Disconnect
the interface cable before changing any settings.
zz The camera cannot be connected via Wi-Fi if there is no memory card in
]). Also, for [ ] and Web services, the camera
the camera (except for [
cannot be connected via Wi-Fi if there are no images saved on the card.
or
zz Wi-Fi connections are terminated if you set the camera’s power to
remove the memory card or battery pack.
214
Saving Camera Images to a
Smartphone
Images on the camera can be saved to a Bluetooth enabled smartphone
connected via Wi-Fi.
Prepare the smartphone as follows.
zz The free dedicated Camera Connect app must be installed on the
smartphone.
zz For details on this app (supported smartphones and included functions),
refer to the Canon website.
zz Camera Connect can be installed from Google Play or the App Store.
You can also access Google Play or the App Store from a QR code that
you can display on the camera when registering the smartphone on the
camera.
zz Use the latest version of the smartphone OS.
zz Activate Bluetooth and Wi-Fi on the smartphone. Note that pairing with
the camera is not possible from the smartphone’s Bluetooth settings
screen.
zz For the operating system versions supported by Camera Connect, refer to
the download site of Camera Connect.
zz Interface or functions of the camera and Camera Connect are subject to
change for firmware update of the camera or application update of Camera
Connect, Android, iOS, etc. In this case, features of the camera or Camera
Connect may differ from sample screens or operation instructions in this
manual.
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1
[Wireless communication
settings]
2
[Bluetooth function]
3
[Bluetooth function] →
[Smartphone]
4
Press the
5
Enter a nickname and press the
button.
button.
zz To use the nickname displayed, press the
button.
216
6
[OK]
7
[Pairing]
8
Choose an item.
zz If Camera Connect is already installed,
select [Do not display].
zz If Camera Connect is not installed, select
[Android] or [iOS], scan the displayed
QR code with the smartphone to access
Google Play or App Store and install
Camera Connect.
9
Start Camera Connect on the
smartphone.
10
Touch the nickname of the camera
for pairing.
11
Touch [Pair] (iOS only).
217
12
On the camera, choose [OK].
13
Press the
14
In Camera Connect, touch [Images
on camera].
button.
zz Pairing is now complete, and the camera
is connected to the smartphone via
Bluetooth.
zz A Wi-Fi connection is established
automatically.
zz In iOS, touch [Join] when a message is
displayed to confirm camera connection.
15
Confirm that the devices are
connected via Wi-Fi.
zz Images on the camera are listed on the
smartphone.
zz [Wi-Fi on] is displayed on the camera.
16
Save images on the camera to the
smartphone.
zz Choose listed camera images and save
them to the smartphone.
218
zz Any active Bluetooth connections will be lost if you remove the camera
battery pack. The connection will be reestablished when you insert the
battery pack and turn on the camera.
zz Battery life may be shorter when you use the camera after pairing with a
smartphone, because power is consumed even when the camera is off.
zz Before bringing the camera to places where the use of electronic devices
is restricted, disable active Bluetooth communication (which is used even
when the camera is off) by choosing [Wireless communication settings]
→ [Bluetooth function] (twice) → [Disable].
zz To turn off Wi-Fi signal transmission, choose [Wireless communication
settings] → [Wi-Fi settings] → [Wi-Fi] → [Disable].
zz You can change the camera nickname in [Wireless communication
settings] → [Nickname].
zz You can send images to a smartphone connected via Wi-Fi or paired
via Bluetooth (Android devices only) by choosing the images from the
button and choose [ ].
camera’s playback screen. Press the
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zz Connecting to Smartphones via Wi-Fi with the
Wi-Fi Button
You can also establish a Wi-Fi connection with smartphones from the
button.
1
Press the
2
Register a nickname.
3
[ Connect to smartphone]
4
[Register a device for connection]
5
[Do not display]
button.
zz If the [Nickname] screen is displayed,
register a nickname (= 215).
220
6
Check the SSID and password.
7
Connect the smartphone to the
camera.
zz In the smartphone’s Wi-Fi setting menu,
choose the SSID (network name)
displayed on the camera to establish a
connection.
zz In the password field on the smartphone,
enter the password displayed on the
camera.
8
Start Camera Connect on the
smartphone.
9
Select the camera to connect to.
zz In the [Cameras] list in Camera Connect,
touch the camera to connect to via Wi-Fi.
10
Establish a Wi-Fi connection.
zz [OK] →
button
zz [ Wi-Fi on] is displayed on the camera.
zz The main Camera Connect screen is
displayed on the smartphone.
zz The devices are now connected via
Wi-Fi.
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zz Restricting Image Viewing
Restrict the images that can be sent to the smartphone or browsed from the
smartphone.
1
Before connecting via Wi-Fi, press
the
button.
2
3
[ Connect to smartphone]
4
Choose [Viewable imgs], and
then specify which images can be
viewed.
Choose [Edit device information],
and then choose the smartphone.
zz Before reconnecting, check the setting for viewable images.
zz Remote live view shooting in Camera Connect is not possible unless
[Viewable imgs] is set to [All images].
222
Features Used with Smartphones
The features described below are available over a wireless connection with
smartphones.
Pair the camera with a smartphone via Bluetooth as described in steps 1 –
13 of “Saving Camera Images to a Smartphone” (= 215), and connect via
Wi-Fi as described in steps 1 – 15.
zz Sending Images to a Smartphone Automatically
as You Shoot
Your shots can be automatically sent to a smartphone connected via Wi-Fi.
Do the following with the main Camera Connect screen displayed.
1
[Wireless communication
settings] → [Wi-Fi settings] → [Send
to smartphone after shot]
2
[Auto send] → [Enable]
3
Shoot.
zz Choose a size in [Size to send].
zz Your shots are sent to the smartphone.
zz Shooting Remotely as You View a Live Image
on the Smartphone
As you view a live image on a smartphone connected via Wi-Fi, you can
shoot remotely.
1
Start Camera Connect.
2
Touch [Remote live view shooting].
223
zz Focusing may take longer when shooting remotely.
zz Depending on the communication status, image display or shutter release
timing may be delayed.
zz Controlling the Camera from a Smartphone
You can control the camera by using a smartphone paired via Bluetooth as
a remote control. (Not available when connected via Wi-Fi.)
1
Start Camera Connect.
2
Touch [Bluetooth remote controller].
zz If connected via Wi-Fi, end the
connection.
zz Auto power off is disabled while you are using the Bluetooth remote
controller feature.
zz Geotagging Images as You Shoot
Your shots can be geotagged using GPS information (such as latitude,
longitude, and elevation) from a smartphone paired via Bluetooth. On the
playback screen, you can check the location information added to your
shots.
On the smartphone, activate location services.
1
Start Camera Connect.
zz If connected via Wi-Fi, end the
connection.
2
3
[GPS settings]
[GPS via mobile] → [Enable]
224
4
Shoot.
zz Before shooting, confirm that [ ] and
] are shown on the camera.
[
zz Your shots are now geotagged.
zz From now on, shots you take with
Camera Connect running will be
geotagged.
zz The location information added to movies is acquired initially, when you
start recording.
zz Shots may not be geotagged immediately after the camera is turned on.
zz Others may be able to locate or identify you by using location data in your
geotagged still images or movies. Be careful when sharing these images
with others, as when posting images online where many others can view
them.
zz By accessing playback screens with detailed information, you can check
location information added to your shots. Latitude, longitude, elevation,
and UTC (shooting date and time) are listed from top to bottom.
zz UTC: Coordinated Universal Time, essentially the same as Greenwich
Mean Time
zz [---] is shown instead of numerical values for items not available on your
smartphone or items not recorded correctly.
225
Connecting to Printers via Wi-Fi
Images on the camera can be printed on a printer connected to the camera
via Wi-Fi.
1
2
Press the
3
[Register a device for connection]
4
Check the SSID and password.
[
button.
]
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5
Connect to the camera from the
printer.
zz In the printer’s Wi-Fi setting menu,
choose the SSID (network name)
displayed on the camera to establish a
connection.
zz In the password field on the printer, enter
the password displayed on the camera.
6
Choose the printer.
zz Choose the printer to connect to via Wi-Fi
button.
and press the
zz Images on the memory card are
displayed after the devices are connected
via Wi-Fi.
7
Choose an image to print.
zz Choose an image and press the
button.
zz Select or specify the items displayed, and
then print.
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zz Establishing a Connection via an Access Point
The camera can connect to an access point that a printer is connected to, to
print via the access point.
Connect the devices near the access point, because you will need to press
the WPS button.
1
In step 4 of “Connecting to Printers
via Wi-Fi” (= 226), choose [Switch
network].
2
[Connect with WPS]
3
[WPS (PBC mode)] → [OK]
4
Press the WPS button on the access
point.
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5
[Auto setting] → [OK]
6
Go to step 6 of “Connecting to
Printers via Wi-Fi” (= 226).
zz The camera will connect to the access
point.
zz The PIN code displayed when you choose [WPS (PIN mode)] in [Connect
with WPS] is entered on the access point. Choose a device on the [Select
a device for connection] screen. For further details, refer to the user
manual included with your access point.
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Sending Images to a Computer
Automatically
Images on the camera can be automatically sent to a computer connected
to an access point (also set up for camera Wi-Fi connections) when the
camera is within range, as when you bring the camera home after shooting.
Connecting via Wi-Fi
1
Connect the computer to the access
point.
zz Install Image Transfer Utility 2 on the
computer.
2
3
Start Image Transfer Utility 2.
In Image Transfer Utility 2, access
the pairing settings screen.
zz The screen to set up pairing is shown
when you follow the instructions
displayed the first time Image Transfer
Utility 2 starts up.
4
[Wireless communication
settings] → [Wi-Fi settings]
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5
[Auto send images to computer] →
[Auto send] → [Enable]
6
[OK]
7
[Connect with WPS] → [WPS (PBC
mode)] → [OK]
8
Press the WPS button.
9
[Auto setting] → [OK]
zz Press the WPS button on the access
point to allow the camera to connect.
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10
Choose a computer.
11
On the computer, choose the
camera for pairing.
zz Choose a computer for auto image
button.
transfer and press the
zz Camera nicknames are shown on the
pairing screen in Image Transfer Utility 2.
zz Choose the camera to connect to and
click [Pairing] to connect the computer
and camera.
Setting Up Auto Image Transfer
12
Specify the sending options.
13
Turn the camera off.
zz For [Auto send images to computer] in
step 5, choose [Image sending options]
and specify the transfer conditions.
Sending Images Automatically
zz Following the sending options in step 12,
images on the camera are automatically
sent to the computer you are logged in to
when you bring the camera within range
of the access point and turn the camera
on.
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zz When using auto image transfer, ensure that the battery pack has sufficient
charge. Power saving on the camera is deactivated during image transfer.
zz Any images captured after auto image transfer are not sent to the
computer then. They are sent automatically when the camera is restarted.
zz If auto image transfer to a computer does not begin automatically, try
restarting the camera.
zz To stop sending images automatically, choose [Auto send images to
computer] → [Auto send] → [Disable].
zz Images are not sent to a computer automatically while connected via USB
(including connection to PD-E1).
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Uploading Images to Web Services
zz Registering Web Services
Use a smartphone or computer to add your Web services to the camera.
zz A smartphone or computer with a browser and Internet connection is
required to complete camera settings for CANON iMAGE GATEWAY
and other Web services.
zz Visit the CANON iMAGE GATEWAY website for details on versions of
browsers (such as Internet Explorer) and settings required for CANON
iMAGE GATEWAY access.
zz For information on countries and regions where CANON iMAGE
GATEWAY is available, visit the Canon website (http://www.canon.com/
cig/).
zz For CANON iMAGE GATEWAY instructions and setting details, refer to
the help information for CANON iMAGE GATEWAY.
zz To use Web services other than CANON iMAGE GATEWAY, you must
have an account with them. For further details, check the websites for
each Web service you want to register.
zz Separate ISP connection and access point fees may be applicable.
zz Any changes to the services of your registered Web services may prevent
operation or require operation different from the instructions in this guide.
zz For details on Web services you can use via Wi-Fi from the camera, visit
the CANON iMAGE GATEWAY website.
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„„ Registering CANON iMAGE GATEWAY
Link the camera and CANON iMAGE GATEWAY by adding CANON iMAGE
GATEWAY as a destination Web service on the camera.
Connect the devices near the access point, because you will need to press
the WPS button.
Note that you will need to enter an email address used on your computer
or smartphone to receive a notification message for completing linkage
settings.
1
2
Press the
3
Accept the agreement to enter an
email address.
[
button.
]
zz Read the agreement displayed and
choose [I Agree].
4
Establish a connection with an
access point.
zz [Connect with WPS] → [WPS (PBC
mode)] → [OK]
zz Press the WPS button on the access
point.
zz Choose [Auto setting] on the camera’s [IP
address set.] screen.
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5
Enter your email address.
6
Enter a four-digit number of your
choice.
7
Check for the notification message.
zz [OK]
zz [
8
] now changes to [
].
Access the page in the notification
message and complete camera link
settings.
zz Follow the instructions to complete the
settings on the camera link settings page.
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9
Choose [
].
zz CANON iMAGE GATEWAY is now added
as a destination Web service.
zz Make sure initially that your computer or smartphone mail application is not
configured to block email from relevant domains, which may prevent you
from receiving the notification message.
„„ Registering Other Web Services
You can also add Web services besides CANON iMAGE GATEWAY to the
camera.
1
Log in to CANON iMAGE GATEWAY
and access the camera link settings
page.
zz http://www.canon.com/cig/
2
Follow the on-screen instructions to
complete settings for Web services
you want to use.
3
Press the
button to choose [
zz If any configured settings change, update camera settings by registering
affected Web services on the camera.
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].
zz Uploading Images to Web Services
1
2
Press the
button.
Choose the destination.
zz Choose a Web service icon.
zz If a Web service offers multiple recipients
or sharing options, choose an item on the
screen displayed for selecting recipients.
3
Send an image.
zz Choose sending options and upload the
image.
zz When uploading to YouTube, read the
terms of service and choose [I Agree].
zz After the image is sent, [OK] is displayed.
button to return to the
Press the
playback screen.
zz To view images uploaded to CANON iMAGE GATEWAY on a smartphone,
try the dedicated Canon Online Photo Album app. Download and install the
Canon Online Photo Album app for iPhones or iPads from the App Store or
for Android devices from Google Play.
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Reconnecting via Wi-Fi
Reconnecting to devices or Web services via Wi-Fi is possible once the
connection settings are registered.
1
2
Press the
button.
From the past connections, choose
a destination.
zz If your destination is not shown, press the
/ buttons to switch to other screens.
zz For Web services, the connection is now
complete.
3
Prepare the other device.
zz Prepare the other device by following the
instructions displayed.
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Ending Wi-Fi Connections
1
Press the
2
[Disconnect,exit] → [OK]
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button.
Clearing Information of Devices
Paired via Bluetooth
Before pairing with a different smartphone, clear the information about any
connected smartphones.
1
[Wireless communication
settings] → [Bluetooth function]
2
Choose [Check/clear connection
info], and then press the
button
→ [OK].
3
Prepare the smartphone.
zz In the Bluetooth system settings, clear
the registered camera information.
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Changing or Deleting Connection
Settings
Connection settings saved on the camera can be changed or deleted.
Before changing or deleting connection settings, end the Wi-Fi connection.
1
2
Press the
button.
Choose an item.
zz On the screen at left, you can switch
to other screens by pressing the /
buttons.
zz On the screen at left, choose an item with
connection settings to delete or change.
3
Choose [Edit device information].
zz On the screen displayed, choose a
device with connection settings to
change, and then change the nickname
or other information.
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Function Settings
Make the camera easier to use by customizing or adjusting basic functions.
zz These settings are configured on the and
menu tabs. Customize
commonly used functions, for greater convenience.
zz These instructions apply to the camera in
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mode.
Selecting and Creating Folders
You can select or create folders where images are saved. New folders can
be created by selecting [Create folder] on the folder selection screen.
1
2
[Select folder]
Configure the settings.
zz Select folders: simply select a folder
zz Create folders: [Create folder] → [OK]
zz Folders are named as in 100CANON, with a three-digit folder number
followed by five letters or numbers.
zz Folders with numbers in the range 100 – 999 can be created.
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Changing File Numbering
Your shots are automatically numbered in sequential order (0001 – 9999)
and saved in folders that store up to 9,999 images each. You can change
how the camera assigns file numbers.
1
[File numbering] → [Numbering]
or [Manual reset]
Continuous
Images are numbered consecutively (until the 9999th
shot is taken/saved) even if you switch memory cards
or folders.
Auto reset
Image numbering is reset to 0001 if you switch memory
cards, or when a new folder is created.
Manual reset
Creates a new folder and starts numbering images from
0001.
zz Regardless of the option selected in this setting, shots may be numbered
consecutively after the last number of existing images on newly inserted
memory cards. To start saving shots from 0001, use an empty (or
formatted) memory card.
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Configuring Auto Rotation of Vertical
Images
You can change the auto rotation setting that straightens images shot in
vertical orientation when they are displayed.
1
[Auto rotate]
On
Automatically rotate images during playback on both the
camera and computers.
On
Automatically rotate images during playback on
computers.
Off
Do not automatically rotate images.
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Formatting Memory Cards
Before using a new memory card or a card formatted in another device, you
should format the card with this camera.
Low-level formatting may be helpful if the camera is not working correctly,
reading/writing of images on the memory card is slower, continuous
shooting is slower, or movie recording suddenly stops.
Both regular and low-level formatting erase all data on a memory card,
which cannot be recovered.
1
[Format card]
zz Format: [OK]
zz Low-level format:
→ [OK]
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button to select [
]
zz Formatting or erasing data on a memory card only changes file
management information on the card and does not erase the data
completely. When disposing of or transferring ownership of memory cards,
take steps to protect personal information if necessary, as by physically
destroying cards.
zz The total card capacity indicated on the formatting screen may be less
than the advertised capacity.
zz Low-level formatting takes longer than initial formatting, because data is
erased from all storage regions of the memory card.
zz You can cancel low-level formatting in progress by choosing [Cancel].
In this case, all data will be erased, but the memory card can be used
normally.
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Setting Start-up Screen Display
Specify display of the start-up screen shown when you turn the camera on.
1
[Start-up image]
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Using Eco Mode
This function allows you to conserve battery power in shooting modes.
When the camera is not in use, the screen darkens to save battery life.
1
[Eco mode]
On
The screen darkens when the camera is not used for
approximately two seconds; approximately ten seconds after
darkening, the screen turns off. The camera turns off after
approximately three minutes of inactivity. To activate the
screen and prepare for shooting when the screen is off but
the lens is still out, press the shutter button halfway.
Off
Do not use Eco mode.
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Adjusting Power-Saving Features
The timing of automatic deactivation of the camera, screen, and viewfinder
can be adjusted in [Auto power off], [Display off], and [Viewfinder off].
1
[Power saving]
2
Configure the settings.
zz To conserve battery power, you should normally choose [Power saving]
→ [Display off] and [Auto power off] → [1 min.] or less.
zz The [Display off] setting is applied even if you set [Auto power off] to
[Disable].
zz [Display off] and [Auto power off] are not available when Eco mode is set
to [On].
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Adjusting Screen Brightness
Viewfinder and screen brightness can be adjusted. You can adjust
viewfinder brightness as you look through the viewfinder.
1
[Disp. brightness]
2
Configure the settings.
zz / buttons →
button
zz For maximum brightness (regardless of the [Disp. brightness] setting),
button for at least one second from the shooting
press and hold the
screen or during single-image display. To restore the original brightness,
button again for at least one second or restart the
press and hold the
camera.
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Switching the Color of Screen
Information
Information displayed on the screen and menus can be changed to a color
suitable for shooting under low-light conditions. Enabling this setting is
useful in modes such as [ ], [ ], [ ], and [
].
1
[Night display]
zz To return [Night display] to [Off], hold down the
button for at least
one second on the shooting screen or during playback with single-image
display.
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Adjusting the Date, Time, and Time
Zone
Adjust the date, time, and time zone.
1
2
[Date/Time/Zone]
Configure the settings.
zz Follow steps 2 – 3 in “Setting the Date,
Time, Time Zone, and Language”
(= 25) to adjust the settings.
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Changing the Language
The current display language can be changed.
1
2
[Language ]
Configure the settings.
zz
/
→
/ / buttons to choose a language
button
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Lens Retraction Timing
The lens is normally retracted for safety about one minute after you press
the
button in shooting modes. To have the lens retracted immediately
after you press the
button, set the retraction timing to [0 sec.].
1
[Lens retraction]
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Setting the Video System
Set the video system of any television used for display. This setting
determines the image quality (frame rate) available for movies.
1
[Video system]
For NTSC
For areas using the NTSC TV system, such as North
America, Japan, South Korea, and Mexico.
For PAL
For areas using the PAL TV system, such as Europe, Russia,
China, and Australia.
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Adjusting the Touch-Screen Panel
Sensitivity of the touch-screen panel can be increased to respond to a
lighter touch, or you can disable touch control.
1
[Touch control]
zz To increase panel sensitivity: [Sensitive]
zz To deactivate the panel: [Disable]
zz Increase the sensitivity of the touch-screen panel if gestures are not easily
detected.
zz Take the following precautions when using the touch-screen panel.
-- The screen is not pressure sensitive. Do not use sharp objects such as
fingernails or ballpoint pens for touch operations.
-- Do not perform touch-screen operations when your fingers are wet.
-- If you perform touch-screen operations when the screen or your fingers
are wet, the camera may not respond, or it may malfunction. In this case,
turn the camera off and dry the screen with a cloth.
-- Do not apply screen protectors or adhesive film purchased separately.
This may reduce the responsiveness of touch operations.
zz The camera may be less responsive if you perform touch operations
quickly when the setting is set to [Sensitive].
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Adjusting Beeping
Specify whether the camera plays sounds when you press the shutter
button halfway or use the self-timer.
1
[Beep]
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Adjusting the Volume
Adjust the volume of individual camera sounds.
1
2
zz
[Volume]
Configure the settings.
button → / buttons
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Setting the HDMI Output Resolution
Set the output resolution used for camera images when connected to a
television or external recording device with an HDMI cable.
1
[HDMI resolution]
Auto
Images are automatically displayed at optimal resolution for
connected televisions.
1080p
Output at 1080p resolution. Select if you prefer to avoid
display or delay issues when switching resolution.
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RAW Playback on an HDR TV
You can view RAW images in HDR by connecting the camera to an HDR
TV.
1
[HDMI HDR output]
zz For image color display matching HDR TV characteristics, choose
[HDMI HDR output] → [On].
zz Make sure the HDR TV is set up for HDR input. For details on how to
switch inputs on the TV, refer to the TV manual.
zz HDR output is not available for images in sets (rolls) captured in RAW
burst mode.
zz Depending on the TV used, images may not look as expected.
zz Some image effects and information may not be displayed on an HDR TV.
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Customizing Shooting Information
Display
You can customize the details and screens of information shown on the
camera or in the viewfinder when you shoot. Viewfinder display in vertical
shooting can also be configured, along with the grid and histogram.
1
[Shooting info. disp.] → [Screen
info. settings] or [VF info/toggle
settings]
2
Press the
screens.
/
buttons and select
zz For screens you prefer not to display,
button to clear [ ].
press the
zz To edit the screen, press the
3
button.
Edit the screen.
zz Use the
/
buttons to navigate items.
zz Use the
button to add a [
items to display.
] next to
zz Choose [OK] to apply your settings.
zz Grid display can be configured via [Shooting info. disp.] → [Grid
display].
zz To switch from a brightness histogram to an RGB histogram or adjust the
display size, choose [Shooting info. disp.] → [Histogram disp].
[AF method] is set to
zz The electronic level is not displayed when
].
[
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Setting a Priority for Shooting Display
Performance
You can select the performance option to prioritize in shooting screen
display for stills.
1
[Disp. performance]
Power saving
Screen display consumes less power.
Smooth
Even quick-moving subjects are displayed smoothly.
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Customizing the Viewfinder Shooting
Screen
Specify the size of shooting screen display in the viewfinder.
1
[VF display format]
Display 1
Display the shooting screen at full width.
Display 2
Smaller display of the shooting screen.
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Setting the Display Mode
You can select the display mode for shooting screens.
1
[Display switching]
Auto
Normally use the screen for display, but switch to the
viewfinder when you look through it.
Manual
Switch to viewfinder display when you pull out the viewfinder
eyepiece.
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Setting Reverse Display
Specify whether to display a mirror image when shooting with the screen
rotated around toward the front.
1
[Reverse display]
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Metric / Non-Metric Display
Change the unit of measurement shown in the zoom bar (= 95), the MF
indicator (= 98), and elsewhere from m/cm to ft/in as needed.
1
[Units]
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Configuring the Feature Guide
Specify whether to display feature guidance when items are selected on the
Quick Control screen.
1
[Feature guide]
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Configuring Custom Functions
Configure Custom Functions for advanced camera customization.
1
[Custom Functions(C.Fn)]
2
Choose an item.
3
Configure the settings.
zz / buttons →
button
C.Fn I:Exposure
Safety shift
Set to [1:Enabled] for automatic adjustment of
the shutter speed and aperture value to bring
the exposure level closer to standard exposure if
standard exposure would not be available otherwise
under your specified shutter speed or aperture value
in
or
mode.
C.Fn II:Others
Control ring
rotation
Change the direction of
ring rotation.
C.Fn II:Others
Control dial
rotation
Change the direction of
dial rotation.
C.Fn II:Others
Custom Controls
Customize functions of buttons, such as the shutter
button.
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zz When C.Fn-2 or C.Fn-3 is set to [1:Reverse direction], changing the
direction of rotation only applies to shutter speed, aperture value, or
ring or
dial.
Program Shift adjustment, as assigned to the
zz To restore [Custom Functions(C.Fn)] defaults (except [Custom Controls]
settings), choose [Reset camera] → [Other settings] → [Custom
Functions(C.Fn)] → [OK].
zz Customizing Buttons
Customize functions of buttons, such as the shutter button.
(AE lock) button, ring and
dial settings apply to
/ /
/
/ /
modes.
[
Shutter butt. half-press] and [
Movie button] settings apply to /
/
/ / modes.
1
[C.Fn II:Others Custom Controls]
2
Choose a button.
3
Choose a function.
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zz You can assign [Exposure compensation] functionality to the
ring. To
ring, select [ ] on the Custom
adjust exposure compensation with the
Controls setting screen, select [ ], return to the shooting screen, and set
the exposure compensation dial to the [ ] position.
mode with the exposure compensation dial set to [ ] and the
ring
zz In
dial set to [STD], exposure compensation can be adjusted with the
and
dial while the metering timer is running.
ring vary depending on the shooting mode
zz Options you can set with the
/
/
mode, or
/
mode).
(whether the camera is in /
zz To restore [Custom Controls] defaults, choose [Reset camera] → [Other
settings] → [Custom Controls] → [OK].
zz Some functions you configure may not apply (may be disabled) in Movie
mode.
Options you can set when [STD] is assigned
Items
Shooting Modes
Settings
ring
STD
Program shift
Shutter
speed
Aperture
value
dial
STD
-
-
-
* When the ring is not assigned to [STD] but the
dial is, you can use
the
dial to set Program Shift in mode, shutter speed in
mode, or
aperture value in
mode.
* When the
dial is assigned to [STD] in / mode, you can use it to set
shutter speed (or aperture value) when the ring is assigned to [
] (or
[
]).
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Custom Shooting Modes (C Mode)
Save commonly used shooting modes and your configured function settings
for reuse. To access saved settings later, simply turn the mode dial to .
Even settings that are usually cleared when you switch shooting modes or
turn the camera off can be retained this way.
Settings That Can Be Saved
zz Shooting modes ( /
zz Features set in
/
/
/
/
/
)
modes (with some exceptions)
zz Zoom positions
zz Manual focus positions (= 98)
1
Enter a shooting mode with settings
you want to save, and change the
settings as desired.
2
[Custom shooting mode (C
mode)]
3
[Register settings]
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zz To edit saved settings (other than shooting mode), choose , change
the settings, and then choose [Custom shooting mode (C mode)] →
[Register settings] again. These setting details are not applied in other
shooting modes.
zz To reset saved settings to their defaults, choose [Custom shooting mode
(C mode)] → [Clear settings].
zz To automatically update your saved settings with any changes to settings
mode, set [Custom shooting mode
that you make while shooting in
(C mode)] → [Auto update set.] → [Enable].
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Restoring Default Camera Settings
Restore default camera settings in
1
/
/
/
/
modes.
[Reset camera]
zz Clear basic settings: [Basic settings] →
[OK]
zz Clear other settings: [Other settings] →
choose an item → [OK]
zz Basic settings such as [Language
restored to defaults.
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] and [Date/Time/Zone] are not
Setting Copyright Information to
Record in Images
Your specified author’s name and copyright details can be recorded in your
shots.
1
[Copyright information] → [Enter
author’s name] or [Enter copyright
details]
zz Enter a name →
button → [OK]
zz To check the information entered, choose [Copyright information] →
[Display copyright info.].
zz You can delete both the registered author’s name and copyright details at
the same time by choosing [Copyright information] → [Delete copyright
information], but copyright information already recorded in images is not
deleted.
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Downloading Manuals/Software from
a QR Code
A QR code can be displayed on the camera screen to access a webpage
for downloading instruction manuals and software.
1
[Manual/software URL]
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Displaying Certification Logos
Some logos for certification requirements met by the camera can be viewed
on the screen.
1
[Certification Logo Display]
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Saving Commonly Used Shooting
Menu Items (My Menu)
You can save up to six commonly used shooting menu items on the
tab.
By customizing the
tab, you can access these items quickly from a single
screen.
1
[Add My Menu tab] → [OK]
2
[Configure]
3
[Select items to register]
zz Choose an item → [OK]
zz Your selected items are added to the My
Menu tab.
Rearranging the items
zz [Sort registered items] → choose an item
to move → / buttons to move →
button
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zz You can add up to [ 5] My Menu tabs.
zz Choosing [Configure] → [Delete all items on tab] → [OK] on your added
My Menu tab will delete all items added to the tab.
zz Renaming My Menu Tabs
1
[Rename tab]
2
Change the tab name.
zz Enter a tab name →
[OK]
zz Deleting a My Menu Tab
1
[Delete tab]
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button →
zz Deleting All My Menu Tabs
1
[Delete all My Menu tabs]
zz Deleting All Added Items
1
[Delete all items]
zz Customizing My Menu Display
Specify which screen is displayed when the
shooting modes.
1
button is pressed in
[Menu display]
Normal display
Display the most recent menu, as shown for
your previous operation.
Display from My Menu tab
Start display from
tab screens.
Display only My Menu tab
Restrict display to
tab screens.
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Accessories
Enjoy the camera in more ways with optional Canon accessories and other
compatible accessories sold separately.
„„ Use of genuine Canon accessories is recommended.
This product is designed to achieve excellent performance when used with
genuine Canon accessories.
Canon shall not be liable for any damage to this product and/or accidents
such as fire, etc., caused by the malfunction of non-genuine Canon
accessories (e.g., a leakage and/or explosion of a battery pack). Please
note that any repairs your Canon product may require as a result of such
malfunction are not covered under warranty and will incur a fee.
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Optional Accessories
The following camera accessories are sold separately. Note that availability
varies by area, and some accessories may no longer be available.
zz Power Supplies
Battery Pack NB-13L
zz Rechargeable lithium-ion battery
Battery Charger CB-2LH Series
zz Charger for Battery Pack NB-13L
USB Power Adapter PD-E1
zz Adapter for using the camera with
household power
zz The battery charger and USB power adapter can be used in areas with
100 – 240 V AC power (50/60 Hz).
zz For power outlets in a different format, use a commercially available
adapter for the plug. Never use an electrical transformer designed for
traveling, which may damage the battery pack.
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zz Others
Interface Cable IFC-100U
zz For connecting the camera to a computer
Wireless Remote Control BR-E1
zz Bluetooth enabled wireless remote
control
zz Printers
Canon PictBridge-Compatible Printers
zz Even without using a computer, you can
print images by connecting the camera
directly to a printer.
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Using Optional Accessories
zz Playback on a TV
You can view your shots on a TV by connecting the camera to an HDTV
with a commercially available HDMI cable (not exceeding 2.5 m / 8.2 ft.,
with a Type D terminal on the camera end). You can also shoot while
previewing shots on the larger screen of the TV.
For details on connection or how to switch inputs, refer to the TV manual.
1
Make sure the camera and TV are
off.
2
Connect the camera to the TV.
3
Turn the TV on and switch TV input
to the connected terminal.
4
Switch to playback.
zz Images from the camera are now
displayed on the TV. (Nothing is
displayed on the camera screen.)
285
zz Some information may not be displayed when viewing images on a TV.
zz During HDMI output, display of the next image may take some time if you
switch between 4K and HD movies, or movies of different frame rates.
286
zz Using a USB Power Adapter to Charge/Power
the Camera
With USB Power Adapter PD-E1 (sold separately), you can use the camera
while charging the battery without removing it.
1
2
Make sure the camera is off.
3
Connect the power cord.
Connect the USB power adapter.
zz Insert the adapter plug as shown.
zz Connect the power cord to the USB
power adapter and plug the other end
into a power outlet.
zz The charging lamp (1) turns orange, and
charging begins.
(1)
zz Turn the camera on to use it while
charging the battery (except when
shooting or standing by to shoot).
zz The lamp turns off when charging
finishes.
287
zz Icon meanings are as follows.
: charging/powering the camera,
: powering the camera only,
: fully charged
zz To protect the battery pack and keep it in optimal condition, do not charge
it continuously for more than 24 hours.
zz If the charging lamp fails to light up or a problem occurs during charging
(shown by the indicator on the back of the camera blinking in orange),
unplug the power cord, reattach the battery, and wait a few minutes before
plugging it in again. If the problem persists, contact a Customer Support
Help Desk.
zz The charging time required and the amount charged vary depending on
ambient temperature and remaining capacity.
zz For safety reasons, recharging in low temperatures will take longer.
288
zz Shooting Remotely
Wireless Remote Control BR-E1 (sold separately) can be used to shoot.
Also refer to the wireless remote control instruction manual for additional
information.
1
Pair the devices.
2
Hold down both the W and T
buttons on the BR-E1 for at least
three seconds.
zz
[Wireless communication settings] →
[Bluetooth function] (twice) → [Remote]
→ [Pairing]
zz The devices are now paired.
3
Set up the camera for remote
shooting.
zz Stills:
button → [
]
zz For movie recording, make sure
[Remote control] is set to [Enable].
4
Shoot.
zz For movie recording, set the remote
control’s release timing/movie shooting
and press the release
switch to
button.
289
zz Auto power off is triggered in about two minutes, even if you have set it for
one minute or less.
zz To clear pairing information, choose [Wireless communication settings]
→ [Bluetooth function] → [Check/clear connection info] and then press the
button.
290
Saving Images to a Computer
You can save images you have captured to a computer by connecting the
camera to the computer with Interface Cable IFC-100U (sold separately;
camera end: Type-C). For details on computer connections, refer to the
computer user manual.
1
2
Make sure the camera is off.
3
4
Turn the camera on.
Connect the camera to the
computer.
Save the images to the computer.
zz To open images, use preinstalled or
commonly available software.
zz You can also use a card reader to transfer images.
291
Printing Images
Print your shots by connecting the camera to a PictBridge-compatible
printer with a USB cable (sold separately; camera end: Type-C).
A Canon SELPHY CP series compact photo printer is used here for the
sake of illustration. Screens displayed and available functions vary by
printer. Also refer to the printer manual for additional information.
1
Make sure the camera and printer
are off.
2
Connect the camera to the printer.
3
4
Turn the printer on.
Switch to playback and choose an
image.
292
5
Access the printing screen.
6
[Print]
zz
button → [Print image]
293
Appendix
294
Handling Precautions
zz The camera is a high-precision electronic device. Avoid dropping it or
subjecting it to strong impact.
zz Never bring the camera near magnets, motors, or other devices that
generate strong electromagnetic fields. Strong electromagnetic fields
may cause malfunction or erase image data.
zz If water droplets or dirt adheres to the camera or screen, wipe with
a dry soft cloth, such as an eyeglass cloth. Do not rub hard or apply
force.
zz Never use cleaners containing organic solvents to clean the camera or
screen.
zz Use a blower brush to remove dust from the lens. If cleaning is difficult,
contact a Customer Support Help Desk.
zz Store unused battery packs in a plastic bag or other container. To
maintain battery performance if you will not use the battery pack for
some time, about once a year charge it and then use the camera until it
runs out of power before storing the battery pack.
295
Troubleshooting
If you think there is a problem with the camera, first check the following. If
the issue persists, contact a Customer Support Help Desk.
„„ Power
Nothing happens when the ON/OFF button is pressed.
zz Dirty battery terminals reduce battery performance. Try cleaning the
terminals with a cotton swab and reinserting the battery pack a few
times.
The battery pack runs out of power quickly.
zz Battery performance decreases at low temperatures. Try warming the
battery pack a little by putting it in your pocket, for example, ensuring
that the terminals do not touch any metal objects.
zz Dirty battery terminals reduce battery performance. Try cleaning the
terminals with a cotton swab and reinserting the battery pack a few
times.
zz If these measures do not help and the battery pack still runs out of
power soon after charging, it has reached the end of its useful life.
Purchase a new battery pack.
The battery pack is swollen.
zz Battery swelling is normal and does not pose any safety concerns.
However, if battery swelling prevents the battery pack from fitting in the
camera, contact a Customer Support Help Desk.
„„ Shooting
Cannot shoot.
zz During playback, press the shutter button halfway.
296
Strange display on the screen when shooting.
zz Note that the following display problems are not recorded in still images
but are recorded in movies.
-- The screen may flicker and horizontal banding may appear under
fluorescent or LED lighting.
Movie recording or playback suddenly stops.
zz For [
] or [
], use a UHS-I memory card with a UHS
Speed Class 3 or higher.
zz For High Frame Rate movies, use a UHS-I memory card with a UHS
Speed Class 3 or higher.
zz For playback of 4K time-lapse movies (1), Full HD time-lapse movies
(2), or Hybrid Auto movies (3), use a memory card with a read speed
of approx. (1) 300 Mbps or (2)/(3) 90 Mbps or faster. Using a slow
memory card may cause movie playback in progress to stop.
[
] is displayed and the camera turns off automatically.
zz After extended shooting, or shooting in hot weather, [ ] is displayed
to indicate that the camera will soon turn off automatically. In this case,
turn off the camera and allow it to cool down.
Continuous shooting is much slower.
zz Under high temperatures, continuous shooting may be much slower. In
this case, turn off the camera and allow it to cool down.
[
] is displayed.
zz [ ] may be displayed after repeated movie recording under the
following settings, or if you keep the camera standing by for movie
recording over extended periods.
-- 4K movie recording
-- High frame rate movie recording
-- Movie recording while connected via Wi-Fi
The camera turns off automatically in approx. 3 min. if you continue
recording while [ ] is displayed. The camera may also turn off
automatically while standing by for movie recording when [ ] is displayed.
When [ ] is displayed, turn off the camera and allow it to cool down.
297
Image quality is poor.
zz Image quality may decline if you shoot while the camera’s internal
temperature is high.
Shots are out of focus.
zz Confirm that unneeded functions such as macro are deactivated.
zz Try shooting with AF lock.
No AF points are displayed and the camera does not focus when the shutter
button is pressed halfway.
zz To have AF points displayed and the camera focus correctly, try
composing the shot with higher-contrast subject areas centered before
pressing the shutter button halfway (or pressing it halfway repeatedly).
Subjects in shots look too dark.
zz Adjust brightness by using exposure compensation.
zz Use AE lock or spot metering.
Subjects look too bright, highlights are washed-out.
zz Adjust brightness by using exposure compensation.
zz Use AE lock or spot metering.
zz Reduce the lighting on subjects.
Shots look too dark despite the flash firing.
zz Adjust brightness by using flash exposure compensation or changing
the flash output level.
zz Increase the ISO speed.
Subjects in flash shots look too bright, highlights are washed-out.
zz Adjust brightness by using flash exposure compensation or changing
the flash output level.
„„ Recording Movies
Subjects look distorted.
zz Subjects that pass in front of the camera quickly may look distorted.
298
„„ Wi-Fi
Cannot access the Wi-Fi menu by pressing the
button.
zz The Wi-Fi menu cannot be accessed while the camera is connected to
a printer or computer via a cable. Disconnect the cable.
Cannot connect to the access point.
zz Confirm that the access point channel is set to a channel supported
by the camera. Note that instead of auto channel assignment, it is
advisable to specify a supported channel manually. For details on
supported channels, check the Canon website.
Images take a long time to send. / The wireless connection is disrupted.
zz Do not use the camera near sources of Wi-Fi signal interference such
as microwave ovens or other equipment operating on the 2.4 GHz
band.
zz Bring the camera closer to the other device you are trying to connect
to (such as the access point), and make sure there are no objects
between the devices.
Cannot pair with a smartphone via Bluetooth.
zz Pairing with a smartphone via Bluetooth is not possible if you are using
Wireless Remote Control BR-E1 after choosing [Bluetooth function] →
[Bluetooth function] → [Remote].
„„ Error Codes
Error codes (Errxx) and recommended responses are displayed.
zz Error codes are displayed if camera problems occur. If the problem
persists, write down the error code (Errxx) and contact a Customer
Support Help Desk.
zz Error numbers for wireless communication errors (Errxx) are displayed
in the upper right of the screen accessed by choosing [Wireless
communication settings] → [Wi-Fi function]. Press the
button to view
error details on information display screens.
299
On-Screen Information
zz When Shooting
(47)
(48)
(49) (50) (51)
(54)
(52)
(53)
(14) (15)
(16)
(17)(18)(19)(20)(21)
(1)
(3)
(5)
(44)
(10)
(12)
(45)
(55)
(22)
(2)
(23)
(24)
(4)
(25)
(6)
(7)
(26)
(27)
(8)
(28)
(29) (30)
(9)
(11)
(32)
(13)
(56)
(57)
(31)
(33)
(39) (40) (41) (42)(43)
(34) (35) (36)(37)(38)
(46)
(59) (60) (61)
(63) (64) (65)
(62)
(58)
(66)
(1)
Shooting mode, Scene icon
(9)
(2)
AF method
(10) Camera shake warning
(3)
Focus bracketing / Number of shots
(11) Touch Shutter
(4)
AF operation
(12) Drive mode / Self-timer
(5)
Grid lines
(13) AE lock
(6)
Metering mode
(7)
Image quality
(14) Recordable shots /
rolls
Recordable
(8)
Movie recording quality
300
ND filter
(15) Maximum continuous shots /
rolls (fixed
Maximum continuous
at 1)
(16) Movie recording time available
(17) Battery level
(18) Zoom magnification, Digital teleconverter
(19) AF point
(20) Spot AE point frame
(21) Electronic level
(22) Quick Control
(23) Histogram
(24) Focus range
(25) White balance
(26) Picture Style
(27) Auto Lighting Optimizer
(28) Creative filters
(29) Create folder
(30) Exposure simulation
(31) Bluetooth smartphone connection,
GPS acquisition status
(42) Highlight tone priority
(43) ISO speed
(44) Video snapshot
(45)
Indicator
(46) Movie Servo AF
(47) Intelligent IS
(48) Hybrid Auto mode / Digest type
(49) RAW burst mode
(50)
Pre-shooting
(51) Multi Shot Noise Reduction
(52)
Number of shots
(53) Zoom bar
(54)
Time required
(55)
Interval
(56) White balance correction
(57) Miniature effect movie
(58) MF indicator
(59) Display performance
(60) Eco mode
(61) Image stabilization
(32) Date stamp
(62) Exposure compensation
(33) Bluetooth connection status
(63) Wind filter
(34) Shutter speed
(64) Attenuator
(35) Electronic shutter
(65)
Auto slow shutter
(36) Flash mode / FE lock
(66)
Auto level
(37) Aperture value
(38) Flash exposure compensation /
Flash output level
(39) Exposure level indicator
(40) AEB
(41) Wi-Fi signal strength
301
zz During Playback
(1)
(2)
(8)
(9) (10)
(3) (4)
(6)
(5)
(11)
(12)
(1)
Current image / Total images
(8)
Shutter speed
(2)
Battery level
(9)
Aperture value
(3)
Wi-Fi signal strength
(10) Exposure compensation level
(4)
Bluetooth connection status
(11) ISO speed
(5)
Rating
(12) Highlight tone priority
(6)
Protection
(13) Image quality*
(7)
Folder number - File number
(7)
(13)
*Images captured with a creative filter, RAW image processing, resizing, cropping, or
]. Cropped images are labeled with
red-eye correction applied are labeled with [
[ ].
302
(1)
(2)
(3)
(4)
(9)
(10)
(5)
(6)
(11)
(15)(16)
(17)
Auto level
(18)
(7)
(8)
(12) (13)
(14)
(19)
(20)
(1)
Shooting date/time
(12)
(2)
Histogram
(3)
Shooting mode / RAW burst mode
(13) Flash exposure compensation / Multi
Shot Noise Reduction
(4)
Shutter speed
(14) Metering mode
(5)
Aperture value
(15) Auto Lighting Optimizer
(6)
Exposure compensation level
(16) ND filter
(7)
ISO speed
(17) Movie recording size
(8)
Highlight tone priority
(18) Image quality*
(9)
White balance
(19) Movie recording time / RAW burst
mode
(10) White balance correction
(11) Picture Style setting details
(20) File size
*Images captured with a creative filter, RAW image processing, resizing, cropping, or
]. Cropped images are labeled with
red-eye correction applied are labeled with [
[ ].
303
Precautions for Wireless Features
zz Before goods or technologies in the camera regulated by the Foreign
Exchange and Foreign Trade Act are exported (which includes bringing
them outside Japan or showing them to non-residents in Japan), export
or service transaction permission may be required from the Japanese
government.
zz Because this product includes American encryption items, it falls under
U.S. Export Administration Regulations, and cannot be exported to or
brought into a country under U.S. trade embargo.
zz Be sure to make notes of the Wi-Fi settings you use. The wireless
settings saved to this product may change or be erased due to incorrect
operation of the product, the effects of radio waves or static electricity,
or accident or malfunction. Please note that Canon accepts no
responsibility for direct or indirect damages or loss of earnings resulting
from a degradation or disappearance of content.
zz When transferring ownership, disposing of the product, or sending it for
repair, restore the default wireless settings by erasing any settings you
have entered.
zz Canon will not make compensation for damages resulting from loss or
theft of the product.
Canon accepts no responsibility for damages or loss resulting from
unauthorized access or use of target devices registered on this product
due to loss or theft of the product.
zz Be sure to use the product as directed in this guide.
Be sure to use the wireless function of this product within the guidelines
noted in this guide. Canon accepts no responsibility for damages
or loss if the function and product are used in ways other than as
described in this guide.
304
zz Security Precautions
Because Wi-Fi uses radio waves to transmit signals, security precautions
more stringent than when using a LAN cable are required.
Keep the following points in mind when using Wi-Fi.
zz Only use networks you are authorized to use.
This product searches for Wi-Fi networks in the vicinity and displays
the results on the screen. Networks you are not authorized to use
(unknown networks) may also be displayed. However, attempting to
connect to or using such networks could be regarded as unauthorized
access. Be sure to use only networks you are authorized to use, and do
not attempt to connect to other unknown networks.
If security settings have not been properly set, the following problems may
occur.
zz Transmission monitoring
Third parties with malicious intent may monitor Wi-Fi transmissions and
attempt to acquire the data you are sending.
zz Unauthorized network access
Third parties with malicious intent may gain unauthorized access to
the network you are using to steal, modify, or destroy information.
Additionally, you could fall victim to other types of unauthorized access
such as impersonation (where someone assumes an identity to gain
access to unauthorized information) or springboard attacks (where
someone gains unauthorized access to your network as a springboard
to cover their tracks when infiltrating other systems).
To prevent these types of problems from occurring, be sure to thoroughly
secure your Wi-Fi network.
Only use this camera’s Wi-Fi function with a proper understanding of
Wi-Fi security, and balance risk and convenience when adjusting security
settings.
305
Third-Party Software
zz AES-128 Library
Copyright (c) 1998-2008, Brian Gladman, Worcester, UK. All rights
reserved.
LICENSE TERMS
The redistribution and use of this software (with or without changes) is
allowed without the payment of fees or royalties provided that:
1. ‌source code distributions include the above copyright notice, this list
of conditions and the following disclaimer;
2. ‌binary distributions include the above copyright notice, this list of
conditions and the following disclaimer in their documentation;
3. ‌the name of the copyright holder is not used to endorse products
built using this software without specific written permission.
DISCLAIMER
This software is provided 'as is' with no explicit or implied warranties in
respect of its properties, including, but not limited to, correctness and/or
fitness for purpose.
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zz CMSIS Core header files
Copyright (C) 2009-2015 ARM Limited.
All rights reserved.
Redistribution and use in source and binary forms, with or without
modification, are permitted provided that the following conditions are
met:
-- Redistributions of source code must retain the above copyright
notice, this list of conditions and the following disclaimer.
-- Redistributions in binary form must reproduce the above copyright
notice, this list of conditions and the following disclaimer in the
documentation and/or other materials provided with the distribution.
-- Neither the name of ARM nor the names of its contributors may be
used to endorse or promote products derived from this software
without specific prior written permission.
THIS SOFTWARE IS PROVIDED BY THE COPYRIGHT HOLDERS
AND CONTRIBUTORS “AS IS” AND ANY EXPRESS OR IMPLIED
WARRANTIES, INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, THE IMPLIED
WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A
PARTICULAR PURPOSE ARE DISCLAIMED. IN NO EVENT SHALL
COPYRIGHT HOLDERS AND CONTRIBUTORS BE LIABLE FOR
ANY DIRECT, INDIRECT, INCIDENTAL, SPECIAL, EXEMPLARY,
OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES (INCLUDING, BUT NOT
LIMITED TO, PROCUREMENT OF SUBSTITUTE GOODS OR
SERVICES; LOSS OF USE, DATA, OR PROFITS; OR BUSINESS
INTERRUPTION) HOWEVER CAUSED AND ON ANY THEORY OF
LIABILITY, WHETHER IN CONTRACT, STRICT LIABILITY, OR TORT
(INCLUDING NEGLIGENCE OR OTHERWISE) ARISING IN ANY WAY
OUT OF THE USE OF THIS SOFTWARE, EVEN IF ADVISED OF THE
POSSIBILITY OF SUCH DAMAGE.
307
zz KSDK Peripheral Drivers, Flash / NVM, KSDK H/W Abstraction Layer
(HAL)
(c) Copyright 2010-2015 Freescale Semiconductor, Inc.
ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.
Redistribution and use in source and binary forms, with or without
modification, are permitted provided that the following conditions are
met:
* Redistributions of source code must retain the above copyright
notice, this list of conditions and the following disclaimer.
* Redistributions in binary form must reproduce the above copyright
notice, this list of conditions and the following disclaimer in the
documentation and/or other materials provided with the distribution.
* Neither the name of the <organization> nor the names of its
contributors may be used to endorse or promote products derived
from this software without specific prior written permission.
THIS SOFTWARE IS PROVIDED BY THE COPYRIGHT HOLDERS
AND CONTRIBUTORS “AS IS” AND ANY EXPRESS OR IMPLIED
WARRANTIES, INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, THE IMPLIED
WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A
PARTICULAR PURPOSE ARE DISCLAIMED. IN NO EVENT SHALL
<COPYRIGHT HOLDER> BE LIABLE FOR ANY DIRECT, INDIRECT,
INCIDENTAL, SPECIAL, EXEMPLARY, OR CONSEQUENTIAL
DAMAGES (INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, PROCUREMENT
OF SUBSTITUTE GOODS OR SERVICES; LOSS OF USE, DATA, OR
PROFITS; OR BUSINESS INTERRUPTION) HOWEVER CAUSED
AND ON ANY THEORY OF LIABILITY, WHETHER IN CONTRACT,
STRICT LIABILITY, OR TORT (INCLUDING NEGLIGENCE OR
OTHERWISE) ARISING IN ANY WAY OUT OF THE USE OF THIS
SOFTWARE, EVEN IF ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH
DAMAGE.
308
Personal Information and Security
Precautions
If personal information and/or Wi-Fi security settings, such as passwords,
etc., are saved on the camera, please be aware that such information and
settings may still remain in the camera.
When transferring the camera to another person, disposing of it, or sending
it for repair, be sure to take the following measures to prevent the leakage
of such information and settings.
zz Erase registered Wi-Fi security information by choosing [Clear settings]
in the Wi-Fi settings.
309
Trademarks and Licensing
zz Microsoft and Windows are trademarks or registered trademarks of
Microsoft Corporation in the United States and/or other countries.
zz Macintosh and Mac OS are trademarks of Apple Inc., registered in the
U.S. and other countries.
zz App Store, iPhone, and iPad are trademarks of Apple Inc.
zz The SDXC logo is a trademark of SD-3C, LLC.
zz HDMI, the HDMI logo and High-Definition Multimedia Interface are
trademarks or registered trademarks of HDMI Licensing LLC.
zz Wi-Fi®, Wi-Fi Alliance®, WPA™, WPA2™ and Wi-Fi Protected Setup™
are trademarks or registered trademarks of the Wi-Fi Alliance.
zz The Bluetooth® word mark and logos are registered trademarks owned
by Bluetooth SIG, Inc. and any use of such marks by Canon Inc. is
under license. Other trademarks and trade names are those of their
respective owners.
zz All other trademarks are the property of their respective owners.
zz This device incorporates exFAT technology licensed from Microsoft.
zz This product is licensed under AT&T patents for the MPEG-4 standard
and may be used for encoding MPEG-4 compliant video and/or
decoding MPEG-4 compliant video that was encoded only (1) for
a personal and non-commercial purpose or (2) by a video provider
licensed under the AT&T patents to provide MPEG-4 compliant video.
No license is granted or implied for any other use for MPEG-4 standard.
310
zz THIS PRODUCT IS LICENSED UNDER THE AVC PATENT
PORTFOLIO LICENSE FOR THE PERSONAL USE OF A
CONSUMER OR OTHER USES IN WHICH IT DOES NOT RECEIVE
REMUNERATION TO (i) ENCODE VIDEO IN COMPLIANCE WITH
THE AVC STANDARD (“AVC VIDEO”) AND/OR (ii) DECODE AVC
VIDEO THAT WAS ENCODED BY A CONSUMER ENGAGED IN A
PERSONAL ACTIVITY AND/OR WAS OBTAINED FROM A VIDEO
PROVIDER LICENSED TO PROVIDE AVC VIDEO. NO LICENSE
IS GRANTED OR SHALL BE IMPLIED FOR ANY OTHER USE.
ADDITIONAL INFORMATION MAY BE OBTAINED FROM MPEG LA,
L.L.C. SEE HTTP://WWW.MPEGLA.COM
311
Disclaimer
zz Unauthorized reproduction of this guide is prohibited.
zz All measurements based on Canon testing standards.
zz Information subject to change without notice, as are product
specifications and appearance.
zz Illustrations and screenshots in this guide may differ slightly from the
actual equipment.
zz The above items notwithstanding, Canon cannot be held liable for any
loss arising from the use of this product.
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Index
Numbers
C
1-point AF 149
Camera
Resetting 275
Camera Connect 213
CANON iMAGE GATEWAY 234
Changing or deleting connection
information 242
Charging 21, 287
Color temperature 133
Color (white balance) 133
Compression 103
Continuous AF 151
Continuous shooting 114
Cropping 203
C (shooting mode) 273
Custom Functions 270
Custom white balance 135
A
Accessories 283
AEB shooting 120
AE lock 96
AF-assist beam 152
AF lock 101
AF method 149
AF points 45, 150
AF-point zoom 98
Aspect ratio 105
Attenuator 163
Auto level 159
Auto Lighting Optimizer 127
Auto mode (shooting mode) 56
Av (shooting mode) 91
D
B
Date/time/zone
Changing 254
Settings 25
Digital tele-converter 160
Digital zoom 95
Display language
Changing 255
Settings 25
DPOF 194
Background defocus
(shooting mode) 81
Battery charger 283
Battery pack
Charging 21, 287
Eco mode 250
Power saving 251
Beep 259
Bluetooth 213, 241
Bulb exposure 94
E
Eco mode 250
Editing
Cropping 203
Red-eye correction 200
313
H
Resizing images 205
Electronic shutter 147
Erasing 191
Error messages 299
Exposure
AE lock 96
Compensation 119
FE lock 108
Handheld night scene
(shooting mode) 63
HDMI cable 285
HDR art bold (shooting mode) 83
HDR art embossed
(shooting mode) 83
HDR art standard (shooting mode) 83
HDR art vivid (shooting mode) 83
HDR Backlight Control
(shooting mode) 64
HDR movie 88
High Frame Rate 162
High ISO speed noise reduction 143
Hybrid Auto (shooting mode) 60
F
Face+Tracking 149
FE lock 108
File numbering 245
Fireworks (shooting mode) 64
Fish-eye effect (shooting mode) 82
Flash
Flash exposure compensation 110
Flash off 107
Flash timing 112
Slow synchro 107
Flash exposure compensation 110
Flash off 107
Focus bracketing 153
Focusing
AF lock 101
AF point 149
MF peaking 100
Servo AF 148
Focus range
Macro 97
Manual focus 98
Food (shooting mode) 63
I
Icons 300, 302
Image quality 103
Images
Display period 106
Erasing 191
Protecting 187
Image stabilization 157
Index display 179
ISO speed 122, 125
J
Jump display 209
L
Lamp 152
Long exposure 94
G
M
Geotagging images 224
Grainy B/W (shooting mode) 81
Grid lines 263
Macro (focus range) 97
Magnified display 177
Manual focus (focus range) 98
314
Protecting 187
P (shooting mode) 89
Memory cards 22
Menu
Basic operations 39
Table 42
Touch operation 50
Metering method 130
MF (Manual focusing) 98
MF peaking 100
Miniature effect movie
(shooting mode) 166
Miniature effect
(shooting mode) 82, 85
Movie manual exposure
(shooting mode) 87
Movies
Create album 201
Editing 180
Recording size 161
Servo AF 164
M (shooting mode) 92
My Menu 279
Q
Quick Control screen 41
Basic operations 37
Touch operation 49
R
Rating 206
RAW 103
RAW burst mode 116
RAW image processing 198
Red-eye correction 200
Resetting 275
Resizing images 205
Rotating 190
S
Saturation 139
Saving images to a computer 291
Screen
Display language 25, 255
Icons 300
Searching 208
Self portrait (shooting mode) 62, 65
Self-timer 115
Sending images 234
Sending images to
a smartphone 215, 223
Sending images to Web services 234
Servo AF 148
Shooting
Shooting information 300
Slideshow 207
Smooth skin (shooting mode) 62
Soft focus (shooting mode) 81
N
ND filter 129
P
Panning (shooting mode) 68
Panoramic shot (shooting mode) 66
Photobook set-up 196
PictBridge 226, 284, 292
Picture Style 137, 139, 142
Pixel count (image size) 103
Portrait (shooting mode) 62
Power 283
Power saving 251
Printing 194, 226, 292
Program AE 89
Protect images 187
315
Software
Sending images to a computer
automatically 230
Spot AF 149
Star nightscape (shooting mode) 72
Star time-lapse movie
(shooting mode) 76
Star trails (shooting mode) 74
Strap 20
W
T
Zoom 28, 56, 95, 102
Water painting effect
(shooting mode) 82
White balance (color) 133
Wi-Fi features 212
Wind filter 163
Wireless features 212, 304
Z
Terminal 285, 291, 292
Time-lapse movie
(shooting mode) 170
Tone priority 128
Touch & drag AF 146
Touch Shutter 145
Toy camera effect
(shooting mode) 82
Troubleshooting 296
TV display 285
Tv (shooting mode) 90
V
Video snapshot 168, 201
Video system 257
Viewing 30, 175
Digest movies 178
Image search 208
Index display 179
Jump display 209
Magnified display 177
Single-image display 175
Slideshow 207
Touch operation 52
TV display 285
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