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Canon EOS M50 User manual
User Manual
Introduction
Contents
Index
Getting Ready
Camera Basics
Shooting
Playback
Wireless Features
Other Settings
Preliminary Notes and Legal Information
zz Take and review some test shots initially to make sure the images were recorded correctly.
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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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Manual Conventions
zz Instructions in this manual may include icons representing camera buttons and dials.
zz The following camera controls are represented by icons.
zz On-screen icons and text are indicated in brackets.
zz Instructions in this manual apply to the camera under default settings.
zz For convenience, all lenses and mount adapters are simply referred to as “lenses” and “mount
adapters,” whether they are included or sold separately.
zz Illustrations in this manual show the camera with the EF-M15-45mm f/3.5-6.3 IS STM lens
attached as an example.
zz For convenience, all supported memory cards are simply referred to as the “memory card.”
Contents
Preliminary Notes and Legal Information
Introduction
Contents
Safety Instructions
Getting Ready
Attaching the Strap
Charging the Battery Pack
Preparing a Memory Card
Inserting/Removing the Battery Pack and Memory Card
Setting the Date, Time, and Time Zone
Setting the Display Language
Attaching a Lens
Detaching a Lens
Attaching EF and EF-S Lenses
Detaching EF and EF-S Lenses
Using a Tripod with EF or EF-S Lenses
Using EF or EF-S Lens Image Stabilization
Holding the Camera
Contents
Camera Basics
Trying the Camera Out
Part Names
On/Off
Shutter Button
Viewfinder
Shooting Modes
Adjusting the Screen Angle
Frames on the Shooting Screen
Shooting Display Options
Playback Display Options
Using the Quick Control Screen
Using the Menu Screen
Entering Characters
Indicator Display
Touch Operations
Shooting
Auto Mode
Specific Scenes (Special Scene)
Contents
Image Effects (Creative Assist)
Image Effects (Creative Filters)
Manual Mode
Recording Movies in Movie Mode
Convenient Features
Playback
Viewing
Finding
Managing
Erasing Images
Editing Stills
Applying Your Favorite Effects (Creative Assist)
Processing RAW Images with the Camera
Editing Movies
Wireless Features
Available Wireless Features
Preparing to Use Wireless Features
Connecting to Bluetooth Enabled Smartphones via Wi-Fi
Connecting to NFC-Compatible Android Smartphones via Wi-Fi
Connecting to Smartphones via Wi-Fi with the Wi-Fi Button
Contents
Other Settings
Adjusting Screens/Messages to Match Your Skill Level
Selecting and Creating Folders
Changing File Numbering
Auto Rotation of Vertical Images
Formatting Memory Cards
Low-Level Formatting
Using Eco Mode
Adjusting Power-Saving Features
Changing the Display Language
Adjusting Screen Brightness
Reducing Red-Eye
Changing the Image Display Period after Shots
Changing the Video System
Customizing Shooting Information Display
Customizing Playback Information Display
Muting Camera Sounds
Muting Audio Feedback
Adjusting the Touch-Screen Panel
Contents
Index
Activating Sensor Cleaning
Cleaning the Sensor Manually
Restoring Default Camera Settings
Setting Copyright Information to Record in Images
Deleting All Copyright Information
Checking Certification Logos
Precautions for Wireless Features
Trademarks and Licensing
Disclaimer
Safety Instructions
Be sure to read these instructions in order to operate the product safely.
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.
The hot shoe cap is dangerous if swallowed. If swallowed, seek immediate medical assistance.
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.
zz 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.
Safety Instructions
zz For products featuring a viewfinder, do not look through the viewfinder at strong light
sources such as the sun on a bright day or lasers and other strong artificial light
sources.
This may harm your vision.
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.
Failure to do so 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.
Safety Instructions
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.
zz Do not touch the battery charger or AC adapter connected to a power outlet during
lightning storms.
zz Do not place heavy objects on the power cord. Do not damage, break or modify the
power cord.
zz 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.
zz 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.
Safety Instructions
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.
Safety Instructions
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.
Safety Instructions
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.
Getting Ready
(2)
(1)
(2)
(4)
(1)
(3)
Attaching the Strap
Charging the Battery Pack
Preparing a Memory Card
Inserting/Removing the Battery
Pack and Memory Card
Setting the Date, Time, and
Time Zone
Setting the Display Language
(1)
(1)
(3)
(2)
(2)
(1)
Attaching a Lens
Detaching a Lens
1 2
(2)
Attaching EF and EF-S Lenses
Getting Ready
(2)
(3)
(1)
Detaching EF and EF-S Lenses Using a Tripod with EF or EF-S
Lenses
Holding the Camera
1 2
Using EF or EF-S Lens Image
Stabilization
Attaching the Strap
(1)
(2)
(4)
(3)
Charging the Battery Pack
1
Remove the
battery cover
2
Insert the battery
pack
(1)
3
Charge the battery
pack
zzCharging: Orange
zzFully charged: Green
(2)
(2)
(1)
(3)
Charging the Battery Pack
4
Remove the
battery pack
(1)
(2)
Preparing a Memory Card
Use the following memory cards (sold separately), in any capacity.
1
zz SD memory cards*
1 2
zz SDHC memory cards* *
1 2
zz SDXC memory cards* *
*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.
Inserting/Removing the Battery Pack and
Memory Card
1
Open the memory
card/battery cover
2
When inserting the
battery pack:
3
When inserting the
memory card:
(1)
Terminals
(2)
(1)
When removing the
battery pack:
(2)
(1)
(2)
Inserting/Removing the Battery Pack and
Memory Card
When removing
the memory card:
4
Close the memory
card/battery cover
(1)
(2)
Setting the Date, Time, and Time Zone
1
Turn the camera
on
2
Access the menu
screen
zz
button
zz / buttons → [ ]
button
→
zz[ 2] → /
buttons → [Date/
Time/Zone] →
button
Setting the Date, Time, and Time Zone
3
4
Set the time zone
zz
zz / buttons to
choose an option →
button
Set the date and
time
button
zz / buttons to
navigate →
button → /
buttons to choose
[OK] →
button
zz / buttons to
navigate →
button → /
buttons to adjust →
button
Setting the Date, Time, and Time Zone
zz / buttons to
choose [OK] →
button
Setting the Display Language
1
2
Access the menu
screen
zz
button
Set the display
language
zz / buttons → [ ]
button
→
zz[ 2] →
/ buttons →
[Language ]
zz / / / buttons
to choose an option
Attaching a Lens
1
Make sure the
camera is off
2
Remove the lens
cap and body cap
3
Attach the lens
(1)
4
Remove the front
lens cap
(1)
(2)
(2)
(1)
Attaching a Lens
5
Prepare to shoot
(2)
(1)
zzPress (1) as you turn zzZoom in or out before
(2) slightly, and then
focusing.
release (1).
zzTurn (2) a little more
until it clicks.
Detaching a Lens
1
Make sure the
camera is off
2
Detach the lens
(3)
(2)
(1)
zzPress (1) as you turn
the lens toward (2)
until it stops.
zzRemove it in the
direction shown (3).
3
Attach the lens
cap and body cap
Attaching EF and EF-S Lenses
1
Make sure the
camera is off
2
Remove the lens
cap and body cap
3
Attach an optional
adapter to the lens
EF
lenses
(1)
(2)
EF-S
lenses
(1)
(2)
4
Attach the adapter
to the camera
(1)
(2)
Detaching EF and EF-S Lenses
1
Make sure the
camera is off
2
Detach the adapter
4
Detach the lens
Attach the lens
cap and body cap
(3)
(2)
(3)
3
(1)
(2)
(1)
zzPress (1) as you turn zzSlide (1) as you turn
the adapter toward (2) the lens toward (2)
until it stops.
until it stops.
zzRemove it in the
zzRemove it in the
direction shown (3).
direction shown (3).
Using a Tripod with EF or EF-S Lenses
1
Attach the tripod
mount to the
adapter
(2)
(1)
2
Attach the tripod to
the tripod mount
socket
Using EF or EF-S Lens Image
Stabilization
Holding the Camera
Camera Basics
Part Names
On/Off
Shutter Button
Viewfinder
Shooting Modes
Adjusting the Screen Angle
Frames on the Shooting
Screen
Shooting Display Options
Trying the Camera Out
1 2
Camera Basics
Playback Display Options
Using the Quick Control
Screen
Entering Characters
Indicator Display
1 2
Using the Menu Screen
Touch Operations
Camera Basics
Trying the Camera Out
Shooting Stills (Scene
Intelligent Auto)
Recording Movies (Scene
Intelligent Auto)
Viewing Movies
Erasing Images
Viewing Stills
Trying the Camera Out
Shooting Stills (Scene Intelligent Auto)
zzFor fully automatic selection of the optimal settings for
specific scenes, simply let the camera determine the subject
and shooting conditions.
zzFrames are displayed around faces and subjects that have
been detected, indicating that they are in focus.
1
Turn the camera
on
2
Set the mode
(1) (2) (3)
zzSet the shooting
mode →
button
zz(1) Scene icon
zz(2) Remaining
number of shots
zz(3) Remaining
recording time
Trying the Camera Out
Shooting Stills (Scene Intelligent Auto)
zzFor fully automatic selection of the optimal settings for
specific scenes, simply let the camera determine the subject
and shooting conditions.
zzFrames are displayed around faces and subjects that have
been detected, indicating that they are in focus.
3
Zoom in or out, as
needed
4
Focus
zzPress the shutter
button lightly.
zzThe camera beeps
twice after focusing.
zzAn AF point is
displayed around
positions in focus.
Trying the Camera Out
Shooting Stills (Scene Intelligent Auto)
zzFor fully automatic selection of the optimal settings for
specific scenes, simply let the camera determine the subject
and shooting conditions.
zzFrames are displayed around faces and subjects that have
been detected, indicating that they are in focus.
5
Raise the flash as
needed
6
Shoot
zzEven while the shot
is displayed, you can
take another shot by
pressing the shutter
button again.
zzAfter you shoot, the
image is displayed for
about two seconds.
Trying the Camera Out
Recording Movies (Scene Intelligent Auto)
zzFor fully automatic selection of the optimal settings for
specific scenes, simply let the camera determine the subject
and shooting conditions.
zzFrames are displayed around faces and subjects that have
been detected, indicating that they are in focus.
1
Turn the camera
on
2
Set the mode
(1) (2) (3)
zzSet the shooting
mode →
button
zz(1) Scene icon
zz(2) Remaining
number of shots
zz(3) Remaining
recording time
Trying the Camera Out
Recording Movies (Scene Intelligent Auto)
zzFor fully automatic selection of the optimal settings for
specific scenes, simply let the camera determine the subject
and shooting conditions.
zzFrames are displayed around faces and subjects that have
been detected, indicating that they are in focus.
3
Zoom in or out, as
needed
4
Start recording
zzFrames are displayed
around any detected
faces that are in
focus.
Trying the Camera Out
Recording Movies (Scene Intelligent Auto)
zzFor fully automatic selection of the optimal settings for
specific scenes, simply let the camera determine the subject
and shooting conditions.
zzFrames are displayed around faces and subjects that have
been detected, indicating that they are in focus.
5
Stop recording
Trying the Camera Out
Viewing Stills
1
Set display to
playback
2
Browse your
images
zz button: Previous
image
zz button: Next image
Trying the Camera Out
Viewing Movies
1
Set display to
playback
2
Browse your
images
zzMovies are labeled
zz button: Previous
image
with [
].
zz button: Next image
3
Play the movie
zz button: Display
movie playback panel
Trying the Camera Out
Viewing Movies
4
Adjust the volume
zz / buttons → [ ]
Trying the Camera Out
Erasing Images
1
Set display to
playback
2
Browse your
images
zz button: Previous
image
zz button: Next image
3
Erase
zz / buttons →
[Erase]
Part Names
Front
(7)
(8)(9)(10) (11) (12)
(13)
No.
Name
(1) Shutter button
(1)
(2)
(3)
(4)
(14)
(15)
(16)
(17)
(18)
(19)
(20)
(5)
(6)
(21)
(22)
(2) Main dial
(3) EF-M lens mount index
(4) Grip
(5) Contacts
(6) Lens mount
(7) Movie button
(8) ON/OFF switch
(23)
(24) (25) (26)
(9) Mode dial
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Part Names
Front
(7)
(8)(9)(10) (11) (12)
(13)
No.
Name
(10) Multi-function button
(1)
(2)
(3)
(4)
(14)
(15)
(16)
(17)
(18)
(19)
(20)
(5)
(6)
(21)
(22)
(23)
(24) (25) (26)
(11) Flash
(12) Microphone
(13) Focal plane mark
(14) Strap mount
(15) Lamp
(16)
External microphone IN
terminal
(17) Terminal cover
(18) N-Mark
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Part Names
Front
(7)
(8)(9)(10) (11) (12)
(13)
No.
Name
(19) Lens release button
(1)
(2)
(3)
(4)
(14)
(15)
(16)
(17)
(18)
(19)
(20)
(5)
(6)
(21)
(22)
(20) Lens lock pin
(21) Dioptric adjustment knob
(22) Speaker
(23) DC coupler terminal cover
(24) Serial number (Body number)
(25) Tripod socket
(26) Memory card/battery cover
(23)
(24) (25) (26)
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Part Names
Back
(2)
(3) (4)
(5)
No.
Name
(1) Screen / Touch-screen panel
(1)
(6)
(2) Viewfinder
(7)
(8)
(3) Hot shoe
(9)
(10)
(11)
(12)
(4) Flash-sync contacts
(13)
(5) Indicator
(14)
(6) Strap mount
(15)
(16)
(17)
(18)
(19)
(7) Digital terminal
(8) HDMITM terminal
(9) Wi-Fi button
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Part Names
Back
(2)
(3) (4)
(5)
No.
Name
(10) Quick Control / Set button
(6)
(1)
(7)
(8)
(9)
(13)
(14)
(10)
(11)
(12)
(15)
(16)
(17)
(18)
(19)
(11)
Auto focus / Manual focus /
Left button
(12) Playback button
AE lock button
Playback: Magnify
AF point selection button
(14)
Playback: Index
(13)
(15) Information button
(16)
Exposure compensation /
Up button
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Part Names
Back
(2)
(3) (4)
(5)
No.
Name
(17) Flash / Right button
(6)
(1)
(7)
(8)
(9)
(13)
(14)
(10)
(11)
(12)
(15)
(16)
(17)
(18)
(19)
(18)
Single-image erase /
Down button
(19) Menu button
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Part Names
Lens
(1)
(6)
(7)
(2)
No.
(8)
(3)
(4)
(5)
(9)
Name
(1)
Focusing ring
(2)
Hood mount
(3)
Filter-mounting thread
(4)
Lens retraction switch
(5)
Lens mount index
(6)
Zoom ring
(7)
Lens retraction index
(8)
Zoom position index
(9)
Contacts
On/Off
zzTurn on: [ON]
zzTurn off: [OFF]
Shutter Button
1
Press halfway
(Press lightly to
focus)
zzThe camera beeps
twice.
2
Press all the way
down
(From the halfway
position, press fully
to shoot)
zzThe camera shoots.
Viewfinder
1
Switch display
modes
2
Adjust the diopter
zzTo use the viewfinder,
activate it by holding
it near your eye.
zzAdjust it with the
screen open.
Shooting Modes
Use the mode dial to access each shooting mode.
No.
(5 )
(1)
(4)
(2) (3)
Mode
Function
(1)
Fully automatic shooting,
Scene Intelligent Auto
with camera-determined
Mode / Hybrid Auto Mode
settings.
(2)
Special Scene Mode
Shooting with optimal
settings for specific
scenes.
(3)
Creative Filters Mode
Shooting with a variety of
added effects.
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/
Shooting Modes
Use the mode dial to access each shooting mode.
No.
(5 )
(1)
(4)
(2) (3)
Mode
Function
(4)
Movie Recording Mode
For movie recording.
(5)
P, Tv, Av, and M Modes
Shooting a variety of
ways, with your preferred
settings.
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/
/
/
Adjusting the Screen Angle
(2)
(1)
(3)
zzToward (1): The screen opens to about 180°.
zzToward (2): The screen swivels about 180°.
zz(3): Tilt the screen toward the front to close it.
Frames on the Shooting Screen
White frame
Green frame
Blue frame
Orange frame
zzDisplayed around the zzDisplayed after the
zzDisplayed as the
zzDisplayed if the
subject or person’s
camera focuses when camera continues
camera cannot focus
face detected as the
you press the shutter
to focus on moving
when you press
main subject.
button halfway.
subjects. Displayed
the shutter button
as long as you press
halfway.
the shutter button
halfway.
Shooting Display Options
Shooting
information 1
1
Switch display
modes
Shooting
information 2
Histogram
No information
display
INFO. Quick
Control screen
Playback Display Options
No information
display
1
Switch the display
modes
Information display 1
(summary)
Information display 2
(details)
Information display 3
(details)
Using the Quick Control Screen
1
2
Access the setting
screen
Choose the setting
item
(1)
(1)
(2)
zz(1) Setting items
zz(2) Setting options
3
Choose the setting
option
Using the Quick Control Screen
4
Confirm your
choice and exit
zzTo set items labeled
[
], turn the
dial.
zzTo set items labeled
[
], press the
button.
zzTo set items labeled
[
], press the
button.
Using the Menu Screen
(When set to [
1
Access the menu
screen
2
] → [Menu display] → [Guided])
Choose a main tab
Using the Menu Screen
(When set to [
3
] → [Menu display] → [Guided])
Choose a sub-tab
(2)
4
Choose the setting
item
(1)
(4)
(3)
zz(1) Main tab
zz(2) Sub-tab
zz(3) Setting items
zz(4) Setting options
zzSome items are
selected with the
/ buttons on a
different screen, after
you press the
button initially.
Using the Menu Screen
(When set to [
5
Choose the setting
option
6
Confirm your
choice and exit
] → [Menu display] → [Guided])
7
Return to the
shooting screen
zzPress the
button to return to
the screen in step 2,
and press it again to
return to the shooting
screen.
Entering Characters
Entering
characters
zzTouch a character to
enter it.
Moving the cursor
zzTouch [
]/[
].
Switching input
modes
zz[ ]: Switch to
uppercase
zz[ ]: Switch to
numbers or symbols
Deleting
characters
zzTouch [
].
Entering Characters
Entering line
breaks
zzTouch [
].
Confirming input
], and
zzTouch [
then touch [OK].
Returning to the
previous screen
Indicator Display
Indicator display varies depending on the camera status.
Color
Status
On
Green
Slow
blinking
Blinking
Camera Status
zz Recording stills to the memory
card, or reading stills from
the card
zz Connected to a computer
zz Display off
zz Recording movies to the
memory card, or reading
movies from the card
zz Transmitting via Wi-Fi
Camera Basics
Touch Operations
Quick Control Screen
MENU
Playback
Touch Operations
Quick Control Screen
Accessing the
setting screen
Setting up the
camera
(1)
Switching screens
Returning to the
previous screen
(1)
(2)
zzTouch [
].
zzTouch a setting item (1) zzFor items labeled
→ option (2).
[
], touch
].
[
zzFor items labeled
[
], touch
].
[
zzFor items labeled
[
], touch [
].
zzTouch [
].
Touch Operations
Quick Control Screen
Adjusting amounts
on bars
zzTouch or drag the bar.
Touch Operations
MENU
Setting up the
camera
(2)
Returning to the
previous screen
Adding/removing
check marks
Instead of pressing
the
button
(1)
(4)
(3)
zzTouch a main tab (1) zzTouch [
→ sub tab (2) →
setting item (3) →
option (4).
].
zzTouch a check box.
zzTouch [
].
Touch Operations
MENU
Instead of pressing
the
button
zzTouch [
].
Instead of pressing
the button
zzTouch [
].
Touch Operations
Playback
Viewing images
individually
Playing movies
zzNext image: Drag left zzPlay: Touch [
zzPrevious image:
Drag right
]
Operations during
movies
zzStop: Touch the
screen
zzResume: Touch [
zzAdjust volume:
Touch [ ]
Switching to index
display
]
Touch Operations
Playback
Displaying fewer
images
Magnifying images
zzQuickly touch twice.
Reducing
magnified images
zzRestore original size:
Touch [ ]
Shooting
Auto Mode
Image Effects (Creative Filters)
Specific Scenes (Special Scene) Image Effects (Creative Assist)
Manual Mode
Recording Movies in Movie Mode
Recording Movies (Scene
Intelligent Auto)
Hybrid Auto Mode
Convenient Features
Shooting Stills (Scene
Intelligent Auto)
Hybrid Auto Mode
You can make a short movie of the day just by shooting stills.
The camera records 2 – 4-second clips of scenes before each
shot, which are later combined in a digest movie.
1
Set the shooting
mode
zz
mode →
button
2
Compose the shot
and shoot
Shooting
Auto Mode
Image Effects (Creative Filters)
Specific Scenes (Special Scene) Image Effects (Creative Assist)
Manual Mode
Recording Movies in Movie Mode
Convenient Features
Self Portrait
Portrait
Smooth skin
Landscape
Sports
Close-up
1 2
Shooting
Auto Mode
Image Effects (Creative Filters)
Specific Scenes (Special Scene) Image Effects (Creative Assist)
Manual Mode
Recording Movies in Movie Mode
Convenient Features
Food
Panning
HDR Backlight Control
Silent Mode
1 2
Handheld Night Scene
Specific Scenes (Special Scene)
Capture subjects that stand out against a blurred background,
with smooth skin tone and soft-looking hair.
Portrait
1
2
Set the shooting
mode
zz
mode →
button
Shoot
zz / buttons →
[ ]→
button
Specific Scenes (Special Scene)
For self-portraits, customizable image processing includes skin
smoothing as well as brightness and background adjustment to
make yourself stand out.
Self Portrait
Processes images to make skin look smoother.
Smooth skin
Capture wide-open landscapes or similar scenery in sharp focus
from near to far, with blue skies and greenery reproduced vividly.
Landscape
Specific Scenes (Special Scene)
Shoot continuously as the camera keeps moving subjects in
focus.
Sports
Take close-ups of flowers or other small objects to show them
enlarged in your shots.
Close-up
Adjust color tones to make food look fresh and vibrant.
Food
Specific Scenes (Special Scene)
Take beautiful shots of evening scenes or portraits with evening
scenery in the background.
Handheld Night
Scene
HDR Backlight
Control
Three consecutive images are captured at different brightness
levels each time you shoot, and the camera combines image
areas with optimal brightness to create a single image. This mode
can reduce the washed-out highlights and loss of detail in
shadows that tend to occur in shots with mixed bright and dark
image areas.
Shoot quiet scenes without making shutter sounds or other
operating sounds.
Silent Mode
Capturing Subjects Against Flowing
Backgrounds
Panning
By panning, you can blur the background to convey a sense of
speed.
Attach a lens compatible with [ ] mode to reduce subject
blurring and keep subjects clear and sharp.
1
2
Set the shooting
mode
zz
mode →
button
Shoot
zz / buttons →
[ ]→
button
zzBefore shooting,
press the shutter
button halfway as
you move the camera
so that it follows the
subject.
Capturing Subjects Against Flowing
Backgrounds
Panning
By panning, you can blur the background to convey a sense of
speed.
Attach a lens compatible with [ ] mode to reduce subject
blurring and keep subjects clear and sharp.
zzKeep the moving
zzEven after you have
subject in the frame
pressed the shutter
displayed, and press
button fully, continue
the shutter button all
moving the camera to
the way down.
follow the subject.
Shooting
Auto Mode
Image Effects (Creative Filters)
Convenient Features
Shooting with Your Favorite
Effects
Specific Scenes (Special Scene) Image Effects (Creative Assist)
Manual Mode
Recording Movies in Movie Mode
Shooting with Your Favorite Effects
Shoot with your preferred effects in
mode by adjusting
background blur, brightness, or other options.
Easy to set up, by choosing from presets saved on the camera.
1
Set the shooting
mode
zz
mode →
button
2
3
Access the setting
screen
Choose the setting
item
zz / buttons →
button
zz / buttons →
button
Shooting with Your Favorite Effects
Shoot with your preferred effects in
mode by adjusting
background blur, brightness, or other options.
Easy to set up, by choosing from presets saved on the camera.
4
Shoot
Shooting
Auto Mode
Image Effects (Creative Filters)
Specific Scenes (Special Scene) Image Effects (Creative Assist)
Manual Mode
Recording Movies in Movie Mode
Convenient Features
Grainy B/W
Water painting effect
Soft focus
Toy camera effect
1 2
Fish-eye effect
Miniature effect
Shooting
Auto Mode
Image Effects (Creative Filters)
Specific Scenes (Special Scene) Image Effects (Creative Assist)
Manual Mode
Recording Movies in Movie Mode
Convenient Features
HDR art standard
HDR art vivid
HDR art embossed
1 2
HDR art bold
Image Effects (Creative Filters)
Take monochrome pictures with a gritty, rough feeling.
Grainy B/W
1
2
Set the shooting
mode
zz
mode →
button
Adjust the effect
level
zz / buttons →
[ ]→
button
Image Effects (Creative Filters)
Take monochrome pictures with a gritty, rough feeling.
Grainy B/W
3
Shoot
zz / buttons →
[Filter effect level] →
/ buttons →
button
Image Effects (Creative Filters)
Shoot images as if a soft focus filter were attached to the camera.
Soft focus
Shoot with the distorting effect of a fish-eye lens.
Fish-eye effect
Soften colors, for photos resembling watercolor paintings.
Water painting
effect
Image Effects (Creative Filters)
Shoot images resemble shots from a toy camera, with vignetting
(darker, blurred image corners) and modified color overall.
Toy camera effect
Add an effect to make shots resemble low-contrast paintings with
flat tones.
HDR art standard
Add an effect to make shots resemble vivid illustrations.
HDR art vivid
Image Effects (Creative Filters)
Add an effect to make shots resemble oil paintings, with bold
edges.
HDR art bold
Add an effect to make shots resemble old, faded photos with bold
edges and dark ambiance.
HDR art
embossed
Creative Filters (Miniature Effect)
Creates the effect of a miniature model, by blurring image areas
outside a selected area.
Miniature effect
1
Set the shooting
mode
zz
mode →
button
zz / buttons →
[ ]→
button
Creative Filters (Miniature Effect)
Creates the effect of a miniature model, by blurring image areas
outside a selected area.
Miniature effect
2
Choose the
position to keep in
focus and the area
not to blur
zzMove the frame:
button →
/ buttons
Creative Filters (Miniature Effect)
Creates the effect of a miniature model, by blurring image areas
outside a selected area.
Miniature effect
3
Return to the
shooting screen
zzMove the AF point:
button →
/ / / buttons
4
Shoot
Shooting
Auto Mode
Image Effects (Creative Filters)
Specific Scenes (Special Scene) Image Effects (Creative Assist)
Manual Mode
Recording Movies in Movie Mode
Convenient Features
Setting Up Shooting from a
Single Screen
Focusing
Image Brightness
Changing the IS Mode Settings
1 2
Image Features
Flash
Shooting
Auto Mode
Image Effects (Creative Filters)
Specific Scenes (Special Scene) Image Effects (Creative Assist)
Manual Mode
Convenient Features
Specific Shutter Speeds and
Apertures
Customizing the Camera
1 2
Recording Movies in Movie Mode
Setting Up Shooting from a Single
Screen
The INFO. Quick Control screen provides convenient,
single-screen access to a variety of shooting settings.
1
Set the shooting
mode
zz
mode →
button
2
3
Access the INFO.
Quick Control
screen
zzPress the
button a few times.
Choose a function
zz
button
Setting Up Shooting from a Single
Screen
The INFO. Quick Control screen provides convenient,
single-screen access to a variety of shooting settings.
4
Set up the camera
zz / buttons or
button to
adjust
zz / buttons or
dial to adjust
zz / buttons or
button to adjust
Setting Up Shooting from a Single
Screen
The INFO. Quick Control screen provides convenient,
single-screen access to a variety of shooting settings.
zz / / / buttons
dial to
or
adjust
Shooting
Image Brightness
Auto Mode
Image Effects (Creative Filters)
Specific Scenes (Special Scene) Image Effects (Creative Assist)
Manual Mode
Recording Movies in Movie Mode
Adjusting Image Brightness
(Exposure Compensation)
Auto Exposure Bracketing
(AEB Shooting)
Locking Image Brightness /
Exposure (AE Lock)
Changing the ISO Speed
Adjusting ISO Auto Settings
Changing the Metering Method
Convenient Features
1 2
Shooting
Image Brightness
Auto Mode
Image Effects (Creative Filters)
Specific Scenes (Special Scene) Image Effects (Creative Assist)
Manual Mode
Recording Movies in Movie Mode
Shooting Bright Subjects
(Highlight Tone Priority)
Deactivating Exposure
Simulation
Convenient Features
Auto Correction of Brightness and
Contrast (Auto Lighting Optimizer)
1 2
Adjusting Image Brightness (Exposure
Compensation)
Set toward −
1
Set the shooting
mode
zz
mode →
button
±0
Standard exposure is
adjustable in 1/3-stop
increments, in a range of −3
to +3.
Set toward +
2
3
Set up the camera
Compose the shot
and shoot
zz
dial
Auto Exposure Bracketing
(AEB Shooting)
Underexposure
1
Set the shooting
mode
zz
mode →
button
Overexposure
Three images are captured at different exposure
levels each time you shoot. Bracketing width is
adjustable in 1/3-stop increments in a range of ±2
stops, centered on the exposure compensation
level.
2
Access the menu
screen
zz
[
]→
button →
button
3
Set up the camera
zz[ 2] → [Expo.
comp./AEB]
zzExposure
compensation: /
buttons
AEB:
dial
Locking Image Brightness / Exposure
(AE Lock)
Before shooting, you can lock the exposure, or
you can specify focus and exposure separately.
2
1
Without AE lock
1
Set the shooting
mode
zz
mode →
button
AE lock
2
Lock the exposure
zz[ ] is displayed,
and the exposure is
locked.
3
Compose the shot
and shoot
Changing the ISO Speed
Low
1
Set the shooting
mode
zz mode →
button
High
Choose [AUTO] to have the ISO speed set
automatically to match the shooting mode and
scene, or adjust the ISO speed manually to suit
how you are shooting. Higher values increase
ISO speed while lower values decrease it.
2
3
Access the ISO
speed bar
zzTouch [
Set up the camera
].
zz / buttons
Adjusting ISO Auto Settings
You can limit the maximum ISO speed set
automatically.
Maximum set low
1
Set the shooting
mode
zz
mode →
button
Maximum set high
2
Access the menu
screen
zz
[
]→
button →
button
3
Set up the camera
ISO
zz[ 2] → [
speed settings] →
[ISO Auto] → choose
an option
Changing the Metering Method
Choose how the camera determines brightness.
1
Set the shooting
mode
2
Access the setting
screen
3
Set up the camera
(1)
(2)
zz
mode →
button
zz[ ] → choose an
option
Auto Correction of Brightness and
Contrast (Auto Lighting Optimizer)
Disable
1
Set the shooting
mode
Low
2
Access the setting
screen
Standard
High
3
Set up the camera
(1)
(2)
zz
mode →
button
] → choose an
zz[
option
Shooting Bright Subjects (Highlight Tone
Priority)
Improve gradation in bright image areas to avoid loss of detail in
subject highlights.
1
Set the shooting
mode
zz
mode →
button
2
Access the menu
screen
zz
[
]→
button →
button
3
Set up the camera
zz[ 2] → [Highlight
tone priority] →
choose an option
Deactivating Exposure Simulation
Images are displayed at a brightness simulating the actual
brightness as captured. For this reason, screen brightness is also
adjusted in response to changes in exposure compensation. This
feature can be disabled to keep the screen at a brightness
convenient for shooting, unaffected by exposure compensation.
1
Set the shooting
mode
zz
mode →
button
2
Access the menu
screen
zz
[
]→
button →
button
3
Set up the camera
zz[ 3] →
[Expo. simulation] →
[Disable]
Shooting
Image Features
Auto Mode
Image Effects (Creative Filters)
Specific Scenes (Special Scene) Image Effects (Creative Assist)
Manual Mode
Recording Movies in Movie Mode
Choosing Color Tones
(Picture Style)
Customizing Picture Styles
Saving Customized Picture
Styles
Capturing Natural Colors
(White Balance)
Custom White Balance
Manually Correcting White
Balance
Convenient Features
1 2
Shooting
Image Features
Auto Mode
Image Effects (Creative Filters)
Specific Scenes (Special Scene) Image Effects (Creative Assist)
Manual Mode
Recording Movies in Movie Mode
Manually Setting White Balance
Color Temperature
Correcting Lens Aberrations
Reducing Noise in High-ISO
Shooting
Using Multi Shot Noise
Reduction
Reducing Noise at Slow Shutter
Speeds
Convenient Features
1 2
Choosing Color Tones (Picture Style)
Choose color settings that express scenes or
subjects well.
Standard
1
Set the shooting
mode
Landscape
2
Access the setting
screen
3
Set up the camera
(1)
(2)
zz
mode →
button
] → choose
zz[
an option
Customizing Picture Styles
Customize parameters of Picture Styles, such as contrast or saturation.
1
Set the shooting
mode
2
Access the setting
screen
3
Set up the camera
(1)
(2)
zz
mode →
button
(3)
]→
zz[
choose an option →
button
Customizing Picture Styles
Customize parameters of Picture Styles, such as contrast or saturation.
zzChoose an item:
/ buttons
zzCustomize:
/ buttons
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
Set the shooting
mode
2
Access the setting
screen
3
Set up the camera
(1)
(2)
zz
mode →
button
(3)
] → choose a
zz[
user-defined style no.
→
button
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.
zzChoose an item:
/ buttons
zzCustomize:
/ buttons
Capturing Natural Colors
(White Balance)
Daylight
1
Set the shooting
mode
Cloudy
2
Tungsten light
Access the setting
screen
By adjusting white balance
(WB), you can make image
colors look more natural for
the scene you are shooting.
3
Set up the camera
(1)
(2)
zz
mode →
button
zz[ ] → choose an
option
Custom White Balance
Loading white
1
Set the shooting
mode
zz
mode →
button
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.
2
3
Shoot a white
object
zzUse a plain white
object that fills the
screen.
Access the menu
screen
zzFocus and shoot.
zz
[
]→
button →
button
Custom White Balance
Loading white
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.
4
Load the white
data
zz[ 4] → [Custom
White Balance]
5
zzSelect your image
from step 2 →
button → [OK] →
button
Return to the
shooting screen
Custom White Balance
Loading white
6
Access the setting
screen
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.
7
Set up the camera
(1)
(2)
zz[
]→[
]
Manually Correcting White Balance
Daylight shot
1
Set the shooting
mode
Corrected
2
You can manually correct white balance.
This adjustment can match the effect of using a
commercially available color temperature
conversion filter or color-compensating filter.
Access the setting
screen
3
Set up the camera
(1)
(3)
(2)
zz
mode →
button
zz[ ] → choose an
option →
button
zzAdjust:
/ / / buttons
→
button
Manually Setting White Balance Color
Temperature
A value can be set representing the white balance color
temperature.
1
Set the shooting
mode
2
Access the setting
screen
3
Set up the camera
(1)
(3)
(2)
zz
mode →
button
zz[
[
]→
5200] →
button
Manually Setting White Balance Color
Temperature
A value can be set representing the white balance color
temperature.
zzChoose a color
temperature:
/ buttons →
button
Correcting Lens Aberrations
Correct a variety of image issues from lens
characteristics.
Example: Peripheral Example: Peripheral
illumination correction illumination correction
→ Disable
→ Enable
1
Set the shooting
mode
zz
mode →
button
2
Access the menu
screen
zz
[
]→
button →
button
3
Set up the camera
zzChoose an item
zz[ 1] → [Lens
aberration correction]
without [ ]
Correcting Lens Aberrations
Correct a variety of image issues from lens
characteristics.
Example: Peripheral Example: Peripheral
illumination correction illumination correction
→ Disable
→ Enable
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
Set the shooting
mode
zz
mode →
button
2
Access the menu
screen
zz
[
]→
button →
button
3
Set up the camera
zz[ 5] → [High ISO
speed NR] → choose
an option
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
Set the shooting
mode
zz
mode →
button
2
Access the menu
screen
zz
[
]→
button →
button
3
Set up the camera
zz[ 5] → [High ISO
speed NR] → [ ]
Reducing Noise at Slow Shutter Speeds
Reduce noise from long exposures at shutter speeds of one
second or slower.
1
Set the shooting
mode
zz
mode →
button
2
Access the menu
screen
zz
[
]→
button →
button
3
Set up the camera
zz[ 5] → [Long exp.
noise reduction] →
choose an option
Shooting
Focusing
Auto Mode
Image Effects (Creative Filters)
Specific Scenes (Special Scene) Image Effects (Creative Assist)
Manual Mode
Recording Movies in Movie Mode
Shooting in Manual Focus
Mode
Fine-Tuning the Focus
Easily Identifying the Focus
Area (MF Peaking)
Choosing the AF Method
Magnifying Display to Check
the Focus
Shooting with Subject Eyes
in Focus
Convenient Features
1 2
Shooting
Focusing
Auto Mode
Image Effects (Creative Filters)
Specific Scenes (Special Scene) Image Effects (Creative Assist)
Manual Mode
Recording Movies in Movie Mode
Changing the Focus Setting
Choosing Subjects by Touch
Convenient Features
Shooting with Servo AF
1 2
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 shooting
mode
zz
mode →
button
2
Choose [
]
zzEF-M lenses:
zzOther lenses: set
switch to MF
button → [Manual
focus]
3
Activate
magnification
zz
button →
dial
Shooting in Manual Focus Mode
When focusing is not possible in AF mode, use manual focus.
To make focusing easier, magnify the display.
4
Display an area to
focus on
zz / / / buttons
zzCenter display again:
button
5
Focus
6
Shoot
Fine-Tuning the Focus
After autofocusing when using a lens compatible
with this feature, you can fine-tune the focus by
turning the focusing ring.
Autofocus
1
Set the shooting
mode
zz
mode →
button
Focusing ring
2
Access the menu
screen
zz
[
]→
button →
button
3
Set up the camera
zz[ 7] → [Lens
electronic MF] →
[Enable after
One-Shot AF]
Fine-Tuning the Focus
After autofocusing when using a lens compatible
with this feature, you can fine-tune the focus by
turning the focusing ring.
Autofocus
4
Focus
zzHold the shutter
button halfway down.
Focusing ring
5
Shoot
Easily Identifying the Focus Area
(MF Peaking)
MF peaking off
1
Set the shooting
mode
zz
mode →
button
MF peaking on
Edges of subjects in focus are displayed in color
to make manual focusing easier. You can adjust
the colors and the sensitivity (level) of edge
detection as needed.
2
Access the menu
screen
zz
[
]→
button →
button
3
Set up the camera
zz[ 7] → [MF
peaking settings] →
[Peaking] → [On]
zzChoose an item.
Choosing the AF Method
Change the auto focus (AF)
mode to suit shooting
conditions.
+Tracking
1
Set the shooting
mode
Zone AF
2
Access the setting
screen
1-point AF
3
Set up the camera
(1)
(2)
zz
mode →
button
] → choose
zz[
an option
Magnifying Display to Check the Focus
Display can be magnified to check the focus when the AF method
is set to [
] or [
].
1
Set the shooting
mode
zz
mode →
button
2
Activate
magnification
3
Zoom in or out,
as needed
Magnifying Display to Check the Focus
Display can be magnified to check the focus when the AF method
is set to [
] or [
].
4
Choose an area to
focus on
zzPress the / / /
buttons to display an
area to focus on.
zzTo center the display
again, press the
button.
Shooting with Subject Eyes in Focus
In close-ups of people’s faces, you can shoot with the subject’s
eyes in focus.
1
Set the shooting
mode
2
Access the menu
screen
3
Set up the camera
(1)
zz
mode →
button
zz
[
]→
button →
button
(2)
zz[ 6] →
[Eye Detection AF]
→ [Enable]
4
Aim the camera at
the subject
Shooting with Subject Eyes in Focus
In close-ups of people’s faces, you can shoot with the subject’s
eyes in focus.
5
Shoot
Shooting with Servo AF
This mode helps avoid missing shots of subjects in motion,
because the camera continues to focus on the subject and adjust
the exposure as long as you press the shutter button halfway.
1
Set the shooting
mode
2
Access the setting
screen
3
Set up the camera
(1)
(2)
zz
mode →
button
zz[
[
]
]→
4
Focus
Shooting with Servo AF
This mode helps avoid missing shots of subjects in motion,
because the camera continues to focus on the subject and adjust
the exposure as long as you press the shutter button halfway.
5
Shoot
Changing the Focus Setting
Enable: Focus on
moving subjects
1
Set the shooting
mode
Disable: Focus on
stationary subjects
You can change default camera operation of
constantly focusing on subjects it is aimed at,
even when the shutter button is not pressed.
Instead, you can limit camera focusing to the
moment you press the shutter button halfway.
2
Access the menu
screen
3
Set up the camera
(1)
zz
mode →
button
zz
[
]→
button →
button
(2)
zz[ 6] →
[Continuous AF] →
[Disable]
Choosing Subjects by Touch
You can choose subjects by touching a person’s
face or other things displayed on the screen.
1
Choose a subject
2
Shoot
Changing the IS Mode Settings
Configure image stabilization via the camera
menu when using an EF-M lens with image
stabilization.
On
1
Set the shooting
mode
Off
2
Access the menu
screen
3
Set up the camera
(1)
zz
mode →
button
zz
[
]→
button →
button
zz[ 7] →
[IS settings] →
[IS mode] → choose
(2)
an option
Shooting
Flash
Auto Mode
Image Effects (Creative Filters)
Specific Scenes (Special Scene) Image Effects (Creative Assist)
Manual Mode
Recording Movies in Movie Mode
Changing the Flash Mode
Adjusting the Flash Exposure
Compensation
Shooting with the FE Lock
Changing the Flash Timing
Changing the Flash Metering
Mode
Adjusting the Flash Output
Convenient Features
Changing the Flash Mode
You can change the flash mode to match the shooting scene.
1
Choose the flash
mode
zz button → choose
an option
Adjusting the Flash Exposure
Compensation
Just as with regular exposure compensation, you
can adjust the flash exposure from –2 to +2
stops, in 1/3-stop increments.
Set toward −
1
Set the shooting
mode
zz
mode →
button
Set toward +
2
Raise the flash
3
Set up the camera
zz button → [ ] →
button
zz[
exp. comp.]
Adjusting the Flash Exposure
Compensation
Just as with regular exposure compensation, you
can adjust the flash exposure from –2 to +2
stops, in 1/3-stop increments.
Set toward −
zzAdjust as needed.
Set toward +
Shooting with the FE Lock
Just as with the AE lock, you can lock the
exposure for flash shots.
FE lock
1
Set the shooting
mode
zz
mode →
button
Without FE lock
(overexposed)
2
Raise the flash
3
Choose the flash
mode
zz button → [ ]
4
Lock the flash
exposure
zz[ ] is displayed,
and the exposure is
locked.
Shooting with the FE Lock
Just as with the AE lock, you can lock the
exposure for flash shots.
FE lock
5
Compose the shot
and shoot
Without FE lock
(overexposed)
Changing the Flash Timing
Change the timing of the flash and shutter
release.
1st-curtain flash
1
Set the shooting
mode
zz
mode →
button
2nd-curtain flash
2
Access the menu
screen
zz
[
]→
button →
button
3
Set up the camera
zz[ 1] →
[Flash control]
zz[Built-in flash settings]
Changing the Flash Timing
Change the timing of the flash and shutter
release.
1st-curtain flash
zz[Shutter sync.]
→ choose an option
2nd-curtain flash
Changing the Flash Metering Mode
Evaluative
1
Set the shooting
mode
Average
[Evaluative] flash metering, which enables
standard flash exposure, can be changed to
average flash metering across the metering
area, as when using an externally metered flash.
2
Access the menu
screen
3
Set up the camera
(1)
zz
mode →
button
zz
[
]→
button →
button
zz[ 1] →
[Flash control]
(2)
zz[E-TTL II meter.] →
[Average]
Adjusting the Flash Output
Choose from the three flash levels in
/
/
modes.
Flash output:
Minimum
1
Set the shooting
mode
Flash output:
Maximum
2
Access the menu
screen
zz
/
/
zz
[
button
modes →
]→
button →
button
3
Set up the camera
zz[ 1] →
[Flash control]
zz[Built-in flash settings]
Adjusting the Flash Output
Choose from the three flash levels in
/
/
modes.
Flash output:
Minimum
zz[Flash mode] →
[Manual flash]
Flash output:
Maximum
zz[ flash output] →
choose an option
Shooting
Specific Shutter Speeds and Apertures
Auto Mode
Image Effects (Creative Filters)
Specific Scenes (Special Scene) Image Effects (Creative Assist)
Manual Mode
Recording Movies in Movie Mode
Specific Shutter Speeds
(Tv Mode)
Specific Aperture Values
(Av Mode)
Specific Shutter Speeds and
Aperture Values (M Mode)
Shooting Long Exposures
(Bulb)
Recording Movies at Specific
Shutter Speeds and Aperture Values
Convenient Features
Specific Shutter Speeds (Tv Mode)
Set the shutter speed before shooting.
The camera automatically adjusts the aperture
value to suit your shutter speed.
Slow
1
Set the shooting
mode
zz
mode →
button
Fast
2
Set the shutter
speed
zz
dial
3
Shoot
Specific Aperture Values (Av Mode)
Set the aperture value before shooting.
The camera automatically adjusts the shutter
speed to suit your aperture value.
Small
1
Set the shooting
mode
zz
mode →
button
Large
2
Set the aperture
value
zz
dial
3
Shoot
Specific Shutter Speeds and Aperture
Values (M Mode)
Set the shutter speed, aperture value, and ISO speed before
shooting to obtain the desired exposure.
1
Set the shooting
mode
zz
mode →
button
2
Set the ISO speed
zzTouch [
/ buttons
]→
3
Set the shutter
speed and aperture
value
zzSet the shutter speed:
dial
zzSet the aperture
button →
value:
dial
Specific Shutter Speeds and Aperture
Values (M Mode)
Set the shutter speed, aperture value, and ISO speed before
shooting to obtain the desired exposure.
4
Shoot
Shooting Long Exposures (Bulb)
With bulb exposures, shots are exposed for as long as you hold
down the shutter button all the way down.
1
Set the shooting
mode
zz
mode →
button
2
Set up the camera
zz
dial → [BULB]
3
Shoot
Recording Movies at Specific Shutter
Speeds and Aperture Values
Set the shutter speed, aperture value, and ISO speed before
recording.
Manual movie
1
2
Set the shooting
mode
Set the ISO speed
zz
mode →
button → [
button
→
]
zzTouch [
]
3
Set the shutter
speed and aperture
value
Recording Movies at Specific Shutter
Speeds and Aperture Values
Set the shutter speed, aperture value, and ISO speed before
recording.
Manual movie
4
Start recording
zzSet the shutter speed:
dial
zzSet the aperture
button →
value:
dial
Shooting
Customizing the Camera
Auto Mode
Image Effects (Creative Filters)
Specific Scenes (Special Scene) Image Effects (Creative Assist)
Manual Mode
Recording Movies in Movie Mode
Configuring Custom Functions
Assigning Functions to Buttons
Convenient Features
Configuring Touch & Drag AF
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
Set the shooting
mode
zz
mode →
button
2
Access the menu
screen
zz
[
]→
button →
button
zz[ 5] → [Touch &
drag AF settings]
zz[Touch & drag AF] →
[Enable]
Configuring Custom Functions
Configure custom functions on the [ 5] tab of the menu to customize how the camera
works to suit your shooting preferences.
You can also assign commonly used functions to specific buttons.
1
Set the shooting
mode
zz
mode →
button
2
Access the menu
screen
zz
[ ]→
button →
button
3
Set up the camera
zz[ 5] → [Custom
Functions(C.Fn)] →
choose an item
zzChoose a function.
Configuring Custom Functions
Configure custom functions on the [ 5] tab of the menu to customize how the camera
works to suit your shooting preferences.
You can also assign commonly used functions to specific buttons.
zzChoose an option.
Assigning Functions to Buttons
Reassign functions of buttons, such as the shutter button, or assign common functions
to the
button.
1
Set the shooting
mode
zz
mode →
button
2
3
Access the menu
screen
zz
[ ]→
button →
button
Choose the control
to assign
zz[ 5] → [Custom
Functions(C.Fn)] →
[Custom Controls]
zzChoose a button or
dial to assign.
Assigning Functions to Buttons
Reassign functions of buttons, such as the shutter button, or assign common functions
to the
button.
4
Choose the
function to assign
Shooting
Auto Mode
Image Effects (Creative Filters)
Specific Scenes (Special Scene) Image Effects (Creative Assist)
Manual Mode
Recording Movies in Movie Mode
Recording Movies
Locking Movie Brightness
Adjusting Movie Brightness
Disabling Auto Slow Shutter
Recording Time-Lapse Movies
Miniature Model Effect in
Movies (Miniature Effect Movie)
Convenient Features
1 2
Shooting
Auto Mode
Image Effects (Creative Filters)
Specific Scenes (Special Scene) Image Effects (Creative Assist)
Manual Mode
Recording Movies in Movie Mode
Deactivating the Wind Filter
Using the Attenuator
Convenient Features
Adjusting the Recording
Volume
Correcting Camera Shake
when Recording Movies
1 2
Recording Movies
1
Set the shooting
mode
zz
mode →
button → choose
button
a mode →
Record movies in
features.
mode using a variety of effects and
2
3
Start recording
Stop recording
Locking Movie Brightness
You can lock the exposure while recording.
1
2
Set the shooting
mode
zz
mode →
button → [
button
→
Lock the exposure
]
zz[ ] is displayed,
and the exposure is
locked.
3
Start recording
Adjusting Movie Brightness
With auto exposure, you can adjust exposure
within a range of −3 to +3 stops.
Set toward −
1
Set the shooting
mode
Set toward +
2
Adjust the
exposure
zzSet the exposure:
mode →
button →
button → choose
dial
button
a mode →
zz
3
Start recording
Disabling Auto Slow Shutter
Auto slow shutter can be disabled if movement in movies is
rough. However, under low light, movies may look dark.
1
Set the shooting
mode
2
Access the menu
screen
zz
mode →
button → choose [
button
a mode →
zz
]→
button →
button
3
Set up the camera
zz[ 5] → [
slow shutter]
Auto
zz[A-SLOW OFF]
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
Set the shooting
mode
2
Access the menu
screen
zz
mode →
button → choose [
button
a mode →
zz
]→
button →
button
3
Set up the camera
zz[ 1] →
[Time-lapse movie]
zz[Time-lapse] →
choose a scene
→ adjust as needed
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.
4
Return to the
shooting screen
5
Secure the camera
and start recording
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
Set the shooting
mode
2
Access the setting
screen
3
Set up the camera
(2)
mode →
zz
button → choose a
mode →
button
(1)
] → choose an
zz[
option
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
4
Return to the
shooting screen
zzMove the frame:
button →
/ buttons
zzMove the AF point:
button →
/ / / buttons
5
Start recording
Adjusting the Recording Volume
Adjusting the recording
volume
1
Set the shooting
mode
When set to [Auto], the recording level (volume) is automatically
adjusted during recording. If you prefer to adjust the level
manually to suit the scene, change it to [Manual].
2
Access the menu
screen
3
Set up the camera
(2)
(1)
zz
mode →
button → choose [
button
a mode →
zz
]→
button →
button
zz[ 1] → [Sound
recording]
zz[Sound rec.] →
[Manual]
Adjusting the Recording Volume
Adjusting the recording
volume
zz[Rec. level] → /
buttons
When set to [Auto], the recording level (volume) is automatically
adjusted during recording. If you prefer to adjust the level
manually to suit the scene, change it to [Manual].
Deactivating the 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
Set the shooting
mode
2
Access the menu
screen
zz
mode →
button → choose [
button
a mode →
zz
]→
button →
button
3
Set up the camera
zz[ 1] →
[Sound recording]
zz[Wind filter/
Attenuator]
Deactivating the 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].
(2)
(1)
zz[Wind filter] →
[Disable]
Using the Attenuator
Recording in noisy
places
1
Set the shooting
mode
The attenuator can prevent audio distortion at noisy recording
sites. Three options are available: [Enable], [Disable], or [Auto]
for automatic activation/deactivation as needed.
2
Access the menu
screen
zz
mode →
button → choose [
button
a mode →
zz
]→
button →
button
3
Set up the camera
zz[ 1] → [Sound
recording]
zz[Wind filter/
Attenuator]
Using the Attenuator
The attenuator can prevent audio distortion at noisy recording
sites. Three options are available: [Enable], [Disable], or [Auto]
for automatic activation/deactivation as needed.
Recording in noisy
places
(2)
(1)
zz[Attenuator] →
[Enable]
Correcting Camera Shake when
Recording Movies
Enable
1
Set the shooting
mode
mode →
zz
button → choose a
mode →
button
Disable
In-camera image stabilization corrects camera
shake when you record movies. Camera shake
can be corrected even without a lens that is
equipped with image stabilization.
2
Access the menu
screen
zz
[
]→
button →
button
3
Set up the camera
zz[ 5] →
[IS settings]
Digital IS] →
zz[
choose an option
Shooting
Auto Mode
Image Effects (Creative Filters)
Specific Scenes (Special Scene) Image Effects (Creative Assist)
Manual Mode
Recording Movies in Movie Mode
Continuous Shooting
Using the Self-Timer
Shooting by Touching the
Screen (Touch Shutter)
Changing Image Quality
Capturing in RAW Format
Preventing the AF-Assist
Beam from Firing
Convenient Features
1 2
Shooting
Auto Mode
Image Effects (Creative Filters)
Specific Scenes (Special Scene) Image Effects (Creative Assist)
Manual Mode
Recording Movies in Movie Mode
Changing Movie Recording
Size
Using Auto Level
Convenient Features
Changing the Aspect Ratio
1 2
Continuous Shooting
Hold the shutter button all the way down to shoot continuously.
1
Set the shooting
mode
2
Access the setting
screen
3
Set up the camera
4
Shoot
(1)
(2)
zz
mode →
button
zz[
[
]/[
]→
]
zzKeep holding the
shutter button all the
way down.
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.
1
Set the shooting
mode
2
Access the setting
screen
3
Set up the camera
(1)
(2)
zz
mode →
button
zz[
]→[
]
4
Shoot
Shooting by Touching the Screen
(Touch Shutter)
With this option, instead of pressing the shutter button, you can
simply touch the screen and release your finger to shoot.
The camera focuses on subjects and adjusts image brightness
automatically.
1
Set up the camera
zzTouch [ ] and
change it to [ ].
2
Shoot
Changing Image Quality
24.0 megapixels/
high quality
Approx. 10.6
megapixels/high
quality
Approx. 5.9
megapixels/high
quality
24.0 megapixels/
normal quality
Approx. 10.6
megapixels/
normal quality
Approx. 5.9
megapixels/
normal quality
1
Set the shooting
mode
2
Access the setting
screen
3
Set up the camera
(1)
(2)
zz
mode →
button
zz[ ] → choose an
option
Approx. 3.8
megapixels/
normal quality
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
Set the shooting
mode
2
Access the setting
screen
3
Set up the camera
(1)
zz
mode →
button
(3)
(2)
zz[ ] → choose
JPEG image quality
button
→
zzChoose the method
of shooting in RAW.
Preventing the AF-Assist Beam from
Firing
The lamp lights up to help you focus when you press the shutter button halfway in
low-light conditions. This lamp can be deactivated.
1
Set the shooting
mode
zz
mode →
button
2
Access the menu
screen
zz
[
]→
button →
button
3
Set up the camera
zz[ 7] → [AF-assist zz[Disable]
beam firing]
Changing the Aspect Ratio
1
Set the shooting
mode
2
Access the setting
screen
3
Choose the setting
item
(2)
zz
mode →
button
(1)
] → choose an
zz[
option
Changing Movie Recording Size
Adjust the movie recording size. The frame rate indicates how
many frames are recorded per second, and your options depend
on the NTSC or PAL setting.
1
Set the shooting
mode
2
Access the setting
screen
3
Set up the camera
(1)
(2)
zz
mode →
button → choose
button
a mode →
zz[ ] → choose an
option
Using Auto Level
Auto leveling helps keep movies straight as you record them.
1
Set the shooting
mode
2
Access the menu
screen
zz
mode →
button → choose [
button
a mode →
zz
]→
button →
button
3
Set up the camera
zz[ 5] →
[IS settings] →
[IS mode] → [Off]
zz[
[
5] →
Auto level]
Using Auto Level
Auto leveling helps keep movies straight as you record them.
zz[Enable]
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Erasing Images
Editing Stills
Applying Your Favorite Effects
(Creative Assist)
Processing RAW Images with
the Camera
Editing Movies
Viewing Stills
Magnifying Images
Viewing Movies
Viewing Digest Movies
Viewing Slideshows
Viewing Stills
After shooting images, you can view them on the screen.
1
Set display to
playback
2
Browse your
images
Magnifying Images
Images you play back can be magnified.
1
Set display to
playback
2
Browse your
images
3
Magnify or reduce
the image
displayed
button
zzMagnify:
zzMagnify further: keep
holding the
button
zzSingle-image display:
button
Magnifying Images
Images you play back can be magnified.
4
Move the area
shown, as needed
button
zzReduce:
zzReduce further: keep
holding the
button
zzMove:
/ / / buttons
zzSingle-image display:
button
Viewing Slideshows
Automatically play back images from a memory card.
1
Set display to
playback
2
Access the menu
screen
zz
[
]→
button →
button
3
Set up the camera
zz[ 3] →
[Slide show]
zz[Start]
Viewing Movies
After recording movies, you can view them on
the screen.
1
Set display to
playback
2
3
Browse your
images
Play the movie
zzMovies are labeled
with [
].
zz button: Display
movie playback panel
Viewing Movies
After recording movies, you can view them on
the screen.
4
Adjust the volume
zzIncrease the volume:
button
zzDecrease the volume:
button
zz / buttons → [ ]
Viewing Digest Movies
A short movie of scenes that include your shots in
mode is
created automatically. Playing a digest movie shows the scenes
captured that day.
1
Set display to
playback
2
3
Browse your
images
Play the movie
zzDigest movies
are labeled with
[
].
Viewing Digest Movies
A short movie of scenes that include your shots in
mode is
created automatically. Playing a digest movie shows the scenes
captured that day.
4
Adjust the volume
zzIncrease the volume:
button
zzDecrease the volume:
button
zz[
]
Playback
Viewing
Finding
Managing
Erasing Images
Editing Stills
Applying Your Favorite Effects
(Creative Assist)
Processing RAW Images with
the Camera
Editing Movies
Finding Images in an Index
Finding Images Matching
Specified Conditions
Finding Images with the
Main Dial
Finding Images in an Index
By displaying multiple images in an index, you can quickly find
the images you are looking for.
1
Set display to
playback
2
Display images in
an index
3
Find the images
zzDisplay multiple
images:
button
zzIncrease the images
per screen: press
the
button
repeatedly
zz
/
/ / buttons
Finding Images Matching Specified
Conditions
Find desired images quickly on a memory card full of images by
filtering image display according to your specified conditions.
1
Set display to
playback
2
Access the setting
screen
3
Find the images
zz[
]
zz / buttons to
navigate → /
buttons to adjust
Finding Images Matching Specified
Conditions
Find desired images quickly on a memory card full of images by
filtering image display according to your specified conditions.
zzMatching images are
displayed in yellow
frames.
Finding Images with the Main Dial
Use the main dial to find and jump between desired images
quickly according to your specified conditions.
1
Access the menu
screen
zz
[
]→
button →
button
2
3
Specify a search
condition
zz[ 3] → [Image
]
jump w/
Set display to
playback
zzChoose an option.
Finding Images with the Main Dial
Use the main dial to find and jump between desired images
quickly according to your specified conditions.
4
Find the images
Playback
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Finding
Managing
Erasing Images
Editing Stills
Applying Your Favorite Effects
(Creative Assist)
Processing RAW Images with
the Camera
Editing Movies
Protecting Individual Images
Protecting Multiple Images
Rating Images
Protecting Individual Images
Individual images can be protected to prevent accidental erasure
of important images.
1
Set display to
playback
2
Browse your
images
3
Access the setting
screen
4
Protect
(1)
(2)
zz[
] → [Enable]
Protecting Multiple Images
Images can be protected either with [
] on the setting screen
or with [Protect images] in the [ ] menu.
[Protect images] can be used for individual images, ranges of
images, or entire folders or memory cards.
1
Access the menu
screen
zz
[
]→
button →
button
2
Set up the camera
zz[ 1] →
[Protect images]
zzChoose a selection
method.
zzSelect images:
Choose an image →
button
Protecting Multiple Images
Images can be protected either with [
] on the setting screen
or with [Protect images] in the [ ] menu.
[Protect images] can be used for individual images, ranges of
images, or entire folders or memory cards.
zzSelect range: Choose
the first image →
choose the last image
(1)
(2)
zzAll images in folder:
Choose a folder →
[OK]
zzAll images on card:
[OK]
Rating Images
Organize images by rating them on a scale of 1 – 6.
1
Set display to
playback
2
Browse your
images
3
Access the setting
screen
4
Set up the camera
(1)
(2)
zz[ ] → choose an
option
Playback
Viewing
Finding
Managing
Erasing Images
Editing Stills
Applying Your Favorite Effects
(Creative Assist)
Processing RAW Images with
the Camera
Editing Movies
Erasing Individual Images
Erasing Multiple Images
at Once
Erasing Individual Images
You can choose and erase unneeded images one by one. Be
careful when erasing images, because they cannot be recovered.
1
Set display to
playback
2
Browse your
images
3
Erase
zz[Erase]
Erasing Multiple Images at Once
You can choose multiple images to erase at once. Be careful
when erasing images, because they cannot be recovered.
1
Access the menu
screen
zz
[
]→
button →
button
2
Set up the camera
zz[ 1] → [Erase
images]
zzChoose a selection
method.
Erasing Multiple Images at Once
You can choose multiple images to erase at once. Be careful
when erasing images, because they cannot be recovered.
zzSelect and erase
images: Choose an
image →
button → [OK]
zzSelect range: Choose
the first image →
choose the last image
button
→
→ [OK]
(1)
(2)
zzAll images in folder:
Choose a folder →
[OK]
Erasing Multiple Images at Once
You can choose multiple images to erase at once. Be careful
when erasing images, because they cannot be recovered.
zzAll images on card:
[OK]
Playback
Viewing
Finding
Managing
Erasing Images
Editing Stills
Applying Your Favorite Effects
(Creative Assist)
Processing RAW Images with
the Camera
Editing Movies
Applying Filter Effects
(Creative Filters)
Rotating Images
Cropping
Resizing Images
Correcting Red-Eye
Applying Filter Effects (Creative Filters)
Apply effects equivalent to shooting in [ / /
/ /
/ ] modes to images and save
them as separate images.
1
Set display to
playback
2
Browse your
images
3
Access the setting
screen
4
Set up the camera
(1)
(2)
zz[ ] → choose an
option
Applying Filter Effects (Creative Filters)
Apply effects equivalent to shooting in [ / /
/ /
/ ] modes to images and save
them as separate images.
5
Save
zzAdjust the effect level: zz
/ buttons
button → [OK]
Rotating Images
Change the orientation of images and save them.
1
Set display to
playback
2
Browse your
images
3
Access the setting
screen
4
Rotate the image
(1)
(2)
zz[ ] → choose an
option
Correcting Red-Eye
Automatically corrects images affected by red-eye. You can save
the corrected image as a separate file.
1
Access the menu
screen
zz
[
]→
button →
button
2
3
Correct red-eye
zz[ 2] → [Red-eye
correction]
Save
zzChoose an image:
/ buttons
button
zzCorrect:
zz[OK]
Cropping
You can specify a portion of an image to save as a separate
image file.
1
Set display to
playback
2
Browse your
images
3
Access the setting
screen
4
Crop the image
zz[
]
Cropping
You can specify a portion of an image to save as a separate
image file.
zzMove to another
setting item:
dial
zzResize or move the zzMove the frame:
cropping frame,
/ / / buttons
straighten the image,
or change the aspect
ratio.
zzResizing the frame
button
Reduce:
button
Enlarge:
zzStraighten the image:
[ ]→
dial
Cropping
You can specify a portion of an image to save as a separate
image file.
zzChange the aspect
ratio: [
]→
button
zzPreview the image:
[ ]→
button
zzSave as a new image:
[ ]→
button →
[OK]
Resizing Images
Save a smaller version of an image, with fewer pixels.
1
Set display to
playback
2
Browse your
images
3
Access the setting
screen
4
Resize
(1)
(2)
zz[ ] → choose an
button
option →
→ [OK]
Playback
Viewing
Finding
Managing
Erasing Images
Editing Stills
Applying Your Favorite Effects
(Creative Assist)
Processing RAW Images with
the Camera
Editing Movies
Applying Your Favorite Effects
(Creative Assist)
Applying Your Favorite Effects
(Creative Assist)
Apply effects that you like to RAW images and save as new
JPEGs.
1
Set display to
playback
2
Choose a RAW
image
3
Access the setting
screen
4
Choose the setting
item
zz[
]
Applying Your Favorite Effects
(Creative Assist)
Apply effects that you like to RAW images and save as new
JPEGs.
5
6
Set up the camera
zz / buttons to
choose an item
Save
zz / buttons to set
zz
button → [OK]
Playback
Viewing
Finding
Managing
Erasing Images
Editing Stills
Applying Your Favorite Effects
(Creative Assist)
Processing RAW Images
with the Camera
Editing Movies
Processing RAW Images
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
Access the menu
screen
zz
[
]→
button →
button
2
Set up the camera
zz[ 2] → [RAW
image processing]
zzChoose a selection
method.
zzChoose an image →
[ ]→
button
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 /
/
/ / .
3
Check
zz[Use shot settings] →
[OK]
zz[Processed img.]
Playback
Viewing
Finding
Managing
Erasing Images
Editing Stills
Applying Your Favorite Effects
(Creative Assist)
Processing RAW Images with
the Camera
Editing Movies
Removing the Beginning/End
of Movies
Reducing File Sizes
Editing Digest Movies
Removing the Beginning/End of Movies
You can remove unneeded portions from the beginning and end
of movies. Note that digest movies cannot be removed.
1
Set display to
playback
2
Browse your
movies
zzChoose a movie →
button
3
Edit the movie
4
Specify a portion
to remove
zzMovie playback panel zzCut beginning: [
→[ ]
zzCut end: [ ]
]
Removing the Beginning/End of Movies
You can remove unneeded portions from the beginning and end
of movies. Note that digest movies cannot be removed.
5
Check
zz / buttons →
zz[ ]
decide the part to
remove →
button
6
Save
zz[ ] → choose an
option
zzChoose an option.
Reducing File Sizes
Movie file sizes can be reduced by compressing movies.
1
Set display to
playback
2
Browse your
movies
zzChoose a movie →
button
3
Edit the movie
4
Save
zzMovie playback panel zz[New file]
→[ ]→[ ]
Reducing File Sizes
Movie file sizes can be reduced by compressing movies.
zz[Compress & sav.]
Editing Digest Movies
Individual chapters (clips) recorded in
mode can be erased,
as needed. Be careful when erasing clips, because they cannot be
recovered.
1
Set display to
playback
2
3
Browse your
images
Access the setting
screen
zzDigest movies
are labeled with
[
].
Editing Digest Movies
Individual chapters (clips) recorded in
mode can be erased,
as needed. Be careful when erasing clips, because they cannot be
recovered.
4
Start and then
pause playback
5
Select the clip to
erase
]→
button zz[
zz[
button during
→
playback
]/[
]
6
7
zz[ ]
zz[OK]
Choose [ ]
Erase
Wireless Features
Available Wireless Features
Preparing to Use Wireless
Features
Connecting to NFC-Compatible
Android Smartphones via Wi-Fi
Connecting to Smartphones
via Wi-Fi with the Wi-Fi Button
Connecting to Bluetooth
Enabled Smartphones via Wi-Fi
Available Wireless Features
Connecting to smartphones
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®* and Wi-Fi.
* Bluetooth low energy technology (hereafter referred to as “Bluetooth”)
Connecting to computers
Control the camera remotely from a computer connected via Wi-Fi by using EOS Utility, software used
with EOS cameras. With Image Transfer Utility 2, images on the camera can also be sent to a
computer automatically.
Connecting to printers
Print images over a Wi-Fi connection from printers compatible with PictBridge (wireless LAN)
technology.
Connecting to Web services
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).
Preparing to Use Wireless Features
1
Turn the camera on
2
Set up a Wi-Fi
connection
zz
button
zz[Wi-Fi] → [Enable]
zz
button
Preparing to Use Wireless Features
3
Exit the Wi-Fi
settings
zz
[OK]
button →
4
Install Camera
Connect
button zzDownload and install
zzPress the
to dismiss this screen. Camera Connect
from the App Store/
Google Play.
Connecting to Bluetooth Enabled
Smartphones via Wi-Fi
1
Get ready
2
Pair with the
smartphone
button →
zzSee “Preparing to Use zz
Wireless Features”
[ ] → [ 1] →
[Wireless
(or when finished, go
communication
to the next step).
settings]
zz[Bluetooth function]
→ [Bluetooth
function] again →
[Smartphone] →
button
zz[Pairing] → [Do not
display]
Connecting to Bluetooth Enabled
Smartphones via Wi-Fi
3
Use the camera to
complete pairing
zzIn iOS, also touch
[Pair].
zzOn the smartphone,
turn on Bluetooth
and start Camera
Connect.
zzTouch the nickname
of the camera for
pairing.
zzOn the pairing
confirmation screen,
choose [OK].
zzOn the pairing
notification screen,
button.
press the
4
Connect via Wi-Fi
and use Camera
Connect
Connecting to Bluetooth Enabled
Smartphones via Wi-Fi
In Android
In iOS
zzIn the Wi-Fi settings zzIn a moment, a
displayed, choose the Wi-Fi connection
SSID of the camera
is established, and
to connect to.
a screen for the
selected function
zzTouch the password
field and paste the
is displayed on the
zzChoose a function
zzChoose a function
password to establish smartphone.
other than [Bluetooth
other than [Bluetooth
a connection.
remote controller].
remote controller].
zzDisplay the Camera
zzAfter the devices are zzTouch the button
Connect screen.
connected via Wi-Fi,
displayed on the
a screen for the
smartphone to copy
selected function is
the password, as
displayed.
instructed.
Connecting to Bluetooth Enabled
Smartphones via Wi-Fi
5
End the
connection
zz button →
[Disconnect,exit] →
[OK]
To reconnect
To send images
from the camera to
a smartphone
zzTo reconnect, simply zzDuring image
touch the desired
playback, press the
operation in Camera
button.
Connect.
button →
zz[ ] →
button
Connecting to Bluetooth Enabled
Smartphones via Wi-Fi
zzOn the screen
displayed, choose
images and how to
send them.
Connecting to NFC-Compatible Android
Smartphones via Wi-Fi
1
Get ready
2
Establish the
connection
3
Establish a Wi-Fi
connection
4
Use Camera
Connect
zzSee “Preparing to Use
Wireless Features”
(or when finished, go
to the next step).
button
zzUse Camera Connect
marks zz[OK] →
zzTouch the
zz[Wi-Fi on] is displayed to shoot remotely,
together.
on the camera.
browse images on the
zzCamera Connect
starts up on the
camera, or save them
smartphone,
to the smartphone.
and the devices
are connected
automatically.
Connecting to NFC-Compatible Android
Smartphones via Wi-Fi
5
End the
connection
zzWhen the [Wi-Fi
on] screen is not
displayed on the
button
camera,
→ [Disconnect,exit]
→ [OK]
To reconnect
To send images
from the camera to
a smartphone
zzTurn on the camera zzDuring image
and smartphone and
playback, press the
touch the
button.
marks
together.
zzOnce the devices are
connected, you can
use Camera Connect.
zzTouch the
together.
marks
Connecting to NFC-Compatible Android
Smartphones via Wi-Fi
zzOnce the devices are
connected, press the
button, and on
the screen displayed,
choose images and
how to send them.
Connecting to Smartphones via Wi-Fi
with the Wi-Fi Button
1
Get ready
2
Connect via Wi-Fi
zzSee “Preparing to Use
Wireless Features”
(or when finished, go
to the next step).
zz
button
zz[ ] →
button
zz[Register a device for
connection] →
[Do not display] →
button
Connecting to Smartphones via Wi-Fi
with the Wi-Fi Button
zzCheck the SSID and zzOn the smartphone,
password.
find Wi-Fi networks
and choose the one
with the camera’s
SSID.
zzOn the smartphone,
enter the password
displayed on the
camera.
zzAfter confirming the
Wi-Fi connection,
zzOn the camera: [OK]
start Camera Connect
→
button
and choose the
camera to connect to.
Connecting to Smartphones via Wi-Fi
with the Wi-Fi Button
3
End the
connection
To reconnect
zzTo connect, follow the
instructions shown in
the guide.
zz button →
[Disconnect,exit] →
[OK]
zzStart Camera
Connect.
zzTouch [Easy
Connection Guide]
and choose a camera
to connect to.
To send images
from the camera to
a smartphone
zzDuring image
playback, press the
button.
Connecting to Smartphones via Wi-Fi
with the Wi-Fi Button
button → zzOn the screen
zz[ ] →
displayed, choose
button
images and how to
send them.
Other Settings
Adjusting Screens/Messages
to Match Your Skill Level
Selecting and Creating
Folders
Changing File Numbering
Auto Rotation of Vertical
Images
Formatting Memory Cards
Low-Level Formatting
Using Eco Mode
Adjusting Power-Saving
Features
Changing the Display
Language
1 2 3
Other Settings
Adjusting Screen Brightness
Reducing Red-Eye
Changing the Image Display
Period after Shots
Changing the Video System
Customizing Shooting
Information Display
Customizing Playback
Information Display
Muting Camera Sounds
Muting Audio Feedback
Adjusting the Touch-Screen
Panel
1 2 3
Other Settings
Activating Sensor Cleaning
Cleaning the Sensor
Manually
Restoring Default Camera
Settings
Setting Copyright Information
to Record in Images
Deleting All Copyright
Information
Checking Certification Logos
1 2 3
Adjusting Screens/Messages to Match
Your Skill Level
You can adjust how information is presented to suit your ability or preference. You can
also hide the guidance normally displayed when you switch shooting modes or choose
setting items.
1
2
Access the menu
screen
zz
button
Set up the camera
zz[
]→
button
zzChoose an item →
choose an option
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
Access the menu
screen
zz
[ ]→
button →
button
2
Access the folder
selection screen
zz[ 1] → [Select
folder]
3
Set up the camera
zzSelect folders: simply
select a folder
zzCreate folders:
[Create folder] →
[OK]
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
Access the menu
screen
zz
[ ]→
button →
button
2
Set up the camera
zz[ 1] → [File
numbering]
zz[Auto reset]
Auto Rotation of Vertical Images
Specify whether images shot in vertical orientation are rotated automatically for larger
display on the camera or a computer.
1
Access the menu
screen
zz
[ ]→
button →
button
2
Set up the camera
zz[ 1] → [Auto rotate] zzChoose an option.
Formatting Memory Cards
Before using a new memory card or a card formatted in another device, you should
format the card with this camera.
Formatting erases all data on a memory card, which cannot be recovered.
1
Access the menu
screen
zz
[ ]→
button →
button
2
Set up the camera
zz[ 1] → [Format
card]
zz[OK]
Low-Level Formatting
Perform low-level formatting 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.
Low-level formatting erases all data on a memory card, which cannot be recovered.
1
Access the menu
screen
2
Set up the camera
(1)
(2)
zz
[ ]→
button →
button
zz[ 1] →
[Format card]
button to
zz
select ( ) → [OK]
Using Eco Mode
This function allows you to conserve battery power in shooting mode. When the camera
is not in use, the screen darkens to save battery life.
1
Access the menu
screen
zz
[ ]→
button →
button
2
Choose the setting
item
zz[ 2] → [Eco mode]
zz[On]
Adjusting Power-Saving Features
Adjust the timing of automatic deactivation of the camera, screen, and viewfinder (Auto
power off, Display off, and Viewfinder off).
1
Access the menu
screen
zz
[ ]→
button →
button
2
Set up the camera
zz[ 2] → [Power
saving]
zzChoose an item.
zzChoose an option.
Changing the Display Language
Change the display language as needed.
1
Access the menu
screen
zz
[ ]→
button →
button
2
Choose the setting
item
zz[ 2] →
[Language
]
3
Set up the camera
zzChoose a language
→
button
Adjusting Screen Brightness
Viewfinder and screen brightness can be adjusted separately.
Viewfinder brightness can be set when the viewfinder is active.
1
Access the menu
screen
zz
[ ]→
button →
button
2
Set up the camera
zz[ 2] → [Disp.
brightness]
zzBrighter: button
zzDarker: button
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
Access the menu
screen
zz
[
]→
button →
button
2
Set up the camera
zz[ 1] → [Flash
control]
zz[Red-eye reduc.]
zz[Enable]
Changing the Image Display Period after
Shots
1
Access the menu
screen
zz
[
]→
button →
button
2
Set up the camera
zz[ 1] → [Image
review]
zzChoose an option.
Changing 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
Access the menu
screen
zz
[ ]→
button →
button
2
Set up the camera
zz[ 3] →
[Video system]
zzChoose an option.
Customizing Shooting Information
Display
A grid can be shown on the shooting screen. You can also choose the type of histogram
shown when the
button is pressed.
1
Access the menu
screen
zz
[ ]→
button →
button
2
Set up the camera
zzChoose an item.
zz[ 4] →
[Shooting info. disp.]
zzChoose an option →
[OK]
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
Access the menu
screen
zz
[
]→
button →
button
2
Set up the camera
4] → [Playback zzChoose an option →
zz[
[OK]
information display]
Muting Camera Sounds
Prevent the camera from playing sounds when you press the shutter button halfway or
activate the self-timer.
1
Access the menu
screen
zz
[ ]→
button →
button
2
Set up the camera
zz[ 3] → [Beep]
zz[Disable]
Muting Audio Feedback
Prevent the camera from playing sounds as feedback after camera operations, such as
pressing buttons or touching the screen.
1
Access the menu
screen
zz
[ ]→
button →
button
2
Set up the camera
zz[ 3] → [Beep]
zz[Touch
]
Adjusting the Touch-Screen Panel
Sensitivity of the touch-screen panel can be increased, so that the camera responds to a
lighter touch.
1
Access the menu
screen
zz
[ ]→
button →
button
2
Set up the camera
zz[ 3] →
[Touch control]
zz[Sensitive]
Activating Sensor Cleaning
The image sensor is automatically cleaned to remove dust whenever you turn the
camera on or off, or when the camera shuts off in Power saving mode. You can activate
cleaning as needed.
1
Access the menu
screen
zz
[ ]→
button →
button
2
Set up the camera
zz[ 3] → [Sensor
cleaning]
zz[Clean now
]
zz[OK]
Cleaning the Sensor Manually
Any dust that remains after automatic cleaning can also be removed by using an optional
blower or other specialized tool.
The surface of the image sensor is extremely delicate. If the sensor must be cleaned
manually, we recommend requesting service from a Customer Support Help Desk.
1
Make sure the
camera is off
2
Detach the lens
(3)
(2)
(1)
3
Clean the sensor
Restoring Default Camera Settings
Restore default camera settings in /
/
/ / modes.
You can also clear custom functions (except [Custom Controls] settings) by using
[Clear all Custom Func. (C.Fn)].
1
Access the menu
screen
zz
[ ]→
button →
button
2
Set up the camera
zz[ 5] → [Clear
settings]
zz[Clear all camera
settings]
zz[OK]
Setting Copyright Information to Record
in Images
To record the author’s name and copyright details in images, set this information
beforehand.
1
Access the menu
screen
zz
[ ]→
button →
button
2
Set up the camera
zz[ 5] → [Copyright
information]
zzChoose an item.
zzEnter a name →
button →
[OK]
Deleting All Copyright Information
You can delete both the author’s name and copyright details at the same time.
1
Access the menu
screen
zz
[ ]→
button →
button
2
Set up the camera
zz[ 5] → [Copyright
information]
zz[Delete copyright
information] → [OK]
Checking Certification Logos
Some logos for certification requirements met by the camera can be viewed on the
screen. Other certification logos appear in this manual, on the camera packaging, or on
the camera body.
1
Access the menu
screen
zz
[ ]→
button →
button
2
Check
zz[ 5] → [Certification
Logo Display]
Index
Numbers
1-point AF 148
Black and white images 98
Bulb exposure 174
A
C
AEB shooting 114
AE lock 115
AF points 148
AF-point zoom 143
Aspect ratio 208
Auto Lighting Optimizer 119
Auto mode (shooting mode) 42
Av (shooting mode) 171
B
Battery pack
Charging 22
Eco mode 284
Camera
Resetting 298
Camera Connect 261
CANON iMAGE GATEWAY 260
Charging 22
Chromatic aberration correction 136
Cleaning (image sensor) 296, 297
Close-up (shooting mode) 87, 89
Color temperature 133, 134
Color (white balance) 129
Compression 205
Creative Assist (shooting mode) 94
Creative filters 238
Index
Cropping 242
Custom white balance 130
D
Date/time/zone
Settings 27
Display language 30
Display period 289
E
Eco mode 284
Editing
Cropping 242
Red-eye correction 241
Resizing images 245
Erasing 233, 234
Exposure
AE lock 115
Compensation 113
FE lock 162
Eye Detection AF 151
F
Face+Tracking 148
Favorites 231
FE lock 162
File numbering 280
Fish-eye effect (shooting mode) 98, 100
Flash
FE lock 162
Flash exposure compensation 160
Flash metering 166
Flash output 167
Index
Flash timing 164
Mode 159
Flash exposure compensation 160
Focusing
AF points 148
MF peaking 147
Servo AF 153
Focus range
Manual focus 143
Food (shooting mode) 87, 89
G
Grainy B/W (shooting mode) 98
Grid lines 291
H
Handheld night scene
(shooting mode) 87, 90
HDR art bold (shooting mode) 98, 102
HDR art embossed (shooting mode) 98, 102
HDR art standard (shooting mode) 98, 101
HDR art vivid (shooting mode) 98, 101
HDR Backlight Control
(shooting mode) 87, 90
High ISO speed noise reduction 138
Hybrid Auto (shooting mode) 84
I
Image dust prevention 296, 297
Images
Display period 289
Erasing 233, 234
Index
Image stabilization 157
Index display 222
Indicator 75
ISO speed 116
J
Jump display 225
L
Lamp 207, 288
Landscape (shooting mode) 87, 88
Lens
Attaching 31, 34
Detaching 33, 35
Lock release 33, 35
Long exposure 174
Long exposure noise reduction 140
M
Macro photography 89
Magnified display 214
Manual focus 143
Memory cards 24
Menu
Basic operations 70
Touch operations 79
Metering method 118
MF (Manual focusing) 143
M-Fn button 53, 181
MF peaking 147
Miniature effect movie (shooting mode) 191
Miniature effect (shooting mode) 103
Index
Movies
Editing 253, 255, 257
Image quality
(pixel count/frame rate) 209
M (shooting mode) 172
Multi-function button 53, 181
Multi Shot Noise Reduction 139
N
Noise reduction
High ISO speed 138, 139
Long exposure 140
P
Panning 91
Part names 52
Peripheral illumination correction 136
Picture Style 124, 125, 127
Pixel count (image size) 205
Playback
Digest movies 219
Image search 223
Index display 222
Jump display 225
Magnified display 214
Movies 217
Slideshows 216
Stills 213
Touch operations 81
Portrait (shooting mode) 87
Protect images 228, 229
Protecting 228, 229
P (shooting mode) 113
Index
Q
Quick Control screen
Basic operations 68
Touch operations 77
R
Rating 231
RAW 206
RAW image processing 250
Red-eye correction 241
Resetting 298
Resizing images 245
Rotating 240
S
Saturation 125
Screen
Display language 30
Searching 223
Self portrait (shooting mode) 87, 88
Self-timer
Using the self-timer 203
Sending images to
a smartphone 263, 268, 271
Sensor cleaning 296
Servo AF 153
Silent Mode (shooting mode) 87, 90
Slideshows 216
Smooth skin (shooting mode) 87, 88
Soft focus (shooting mode) 98, 100
Sounds 293, 294
Sports (shooting mode) 87, 89
Strap 21
Index
T
Time-lapse movie (shooting mode) 189
Tone priority 120
Touch Shutter 204
Toy camera effect (shooting mode) 98, 101
Tv (shooting mode) 170
W
Water painting effect
(shooting mode) 98, 100
White balance (color) 129
Wind filter 195
Wireless features 260
Z
Zone AF 148
Zoom 43, 46
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.
zz 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.
zz 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.
zz 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 manual.
Precautions for Wireless Features
zz Be sure to use the wireless function of this product within the guidelines noted in this manual.
Canon accepts no responsibility for damages or loss if the function and product are used in
ways other than as described in this manual.
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.
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zz The N-Mark is a trademark or registered trademark of NFC Forum, Inc. in the United States and
in other countries.
zz All other trademarks are the property of their respective owners.
zz This device incorporates exFAT technology licensed from Microsoft.
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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.
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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
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