Canon PowerShot G5 Quick start guide

Canon PowerShot G5 Quick start guide
Step 2 Shooting
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1.
Handling precautions
Camera's detailed operations
➜ Camera User Guide
Software operations
➜ Software Starter Guide
Detailed software operations
➜ ZoomBrowser EX Software User Guide (Windows®)
➜ ImageBrowser Software User Guide (Macintosh)
(These PDF format manuals are available on the
Canon website. Please download them from the
following URL: http://web.canon.jp/Imaging/
information-e.html)
Open the LCD monitor, turn the mode lever to (shooting)
while pressing the release button and turn the mode dial
to
.
The Power/Mode indicator lights orange.
2.
Set the date and time. (first time the camera is powered on)
Use the or arrow on the omni selector to select the items you wish to set,
and use the or arrow on the omni selector to change the value.
To put the settings into effect, press the
button.
3.
Focus.
Point the camera in the direction of the subject you wish to shoot and press the
shutter button halfway. The camera beeps twice when the subject is in focus.
4.
Press the shutter button fully. The shutter sound will sound once when the shot
has been taken. The recorded image is displayed on the LCD monitor for
approximately 2 seconds.
This guide explains the required operations the first time the camera is used, how to download images
to a computer, as well as connecting to a printer for direct printing. For more information about
handling precautions and detailed instructions, please refer to the manuals listed above.
Please refer to the Troubleshooting section of the Software Starter Guide if you have trouble installing the software or downloading
images.
Shoot.
Shutter Button
The shutter
button features a
two-stage action.
Turn off the power.
Press the
button. Even if you do not press the
button, the power will
automatically shut down 3 minutes after the last control is accessed.
Do not connect the camera to the computer before the software is installed.
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Step 1 Preparing the Camera
1.
Step 3 Reviewing an Image
Install the battery pack.
1.
Slide the battery cover in the direction the
arrows to open it. Press the battery lock
while inserting the battery pack all the way in
and close the battery cover.
Charge the battery pack.
To Power Outlet
To Delete an Unwanted Image
1.
Select the unwanted image using the or
arrow on the omni selector and press the
button.
2.
When the confirmation screen appears, check
that [Erase] is selected and press the
button.
Compact Power Adapter
Install the CF card.
Slide the CF card slot cover in the direction of
the arrow and lift it open.
Insert the CF card with its label facing up
until the CF card eject button fully extends
and close the CF card slot cover.
View the images.
Use the or arrow on the omni selector to display
the image you wish to see.
Connect the Compact Power Adapter to the
camera as shown on the illustration.
The indicator beside the viewfinder will blink
orange while the battery pack is charging
and will light steady once charging is
complete.
• It takes approximately 80 minutes to
charge the battery pack.
• Once charging is complete, disconnect the
compact power adapter from the camera.
3.
while pressing the release button.
The power/mode indicator lights green.
The last recorded image appears in the LCD monitor.
2.
2.
Turn the mode lever to
2
1
Select [Cancel] using the
cancel without erasing.
or
arrow on the omni selector to
CF Card Eject Button
Continued on the reverse side.
List of Things to Prepare
• Camera and computer
• Canon Digital Camera Solution Disk provided with the camera
• USB cable (use the cable provided with the camera)
Steps to Follow
1.
Set the Canon Digital Camera Solution Disk in
the CD-ROM drive.
2.
Install the software from the disk.
For details on software installation, see the Software
Starter Guide included in your package.
3.
After your computer restarts, eject the Solution
Disk from the CD-ROM drive.
4.
5.
Connect the camera to the computer using the
USB cable.
Start the program.
• Windows*: The Events dialog will automatically display.
Select [Canon ZoomBrowser EX] and click [OK].
* If the above dialog (Events dialog) does not appear automatically, double-click
the [ZoomBrowser EX] icon on the desktop.
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Do not connect the camera to the computer before the software is installed.
Follow each step below in order.
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Downloading Images to a Computer
• Mac OS X (v10.1/v10.2):
1.If Image Capture or iPhoto are running, click on
in the upper left corner of the
window to close the application.
2.Double-click the [Canon ImageBrowser] icon on the desktop.
• Mac OS 9.0-9.2: ImageBrowser will start and open the ImageBrowser Automation
wizard.
Confirm that [Display Images] is selected and click the [OK] button.
6.
Download images to the computer using the program you started.
For details on downloading images, see the Software Starter Guide included in your
package.
You can also print with a separately sold, direct print compatible Bubble Jet printer. For
details, please see the user guide included with the Bubble Jet printer.
1.
Load the ink cassette and the paper cassette into the printer.
Ink Cassette
Paper Cassette
2.
Connect the power cord to the printer.
With the printers that do not have an ON/OFF button, the printer‘s power turns on
automatically.
3.
Connect the camera to the printer and press the printer’s ON/OFF
button to turn on the power.
• appears on the camera’s LCD monitor and the power/mode indicator lights green.
• If you cannot use the camera’s compact power adapter, please use a fully charged
battery pack.
Camera’s Compact Power
Adapter
To DIGITAL
Terminal
To Power
Outlet
Connection Cable
• Interface Cable IFC-300PCU
(included with the camera)
• CP-100/CP-10 : Direct Interface Cable DIF-100
(included with the printer)
To Power
Outlet
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It is easy to print out crisp prints of the images you shoot by connecting your camera
directly to a separately sold, direct print compatible printer (CP series) with a cable. For
details, please see the user guide for the printer.
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Printing with a Direct Print Compatible Printer (CP Series)
4.
Choose an image using the
press the
button.
or
5.
Choose [Print] using the
press the
button.
,
,
arrow on the omni selector and
or
arrow on the omni selector and
The image will start to print and, when it is completely finished, the display will revert
to standard replay mode.
For details on printing images, see the Camera User Guide included in your package.
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