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Remote Shooting In The Eos Capture; Timer Shooting; Interval Timer Shooting - Canon EOS 10D Instruction Manual

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Timer Shooting

You can automatically take a shot when the specified time elapses.
Select the [Tool] menu
[Timer Shooting].
1
The [Timer shooting setting] dialog box appears.
Enter a delay time and click the [Start] button.
2
Enter a value between 0 seconds and 99 minutes 59 seconds in 1-second
increments.
The shot is taken when the specified time elapses.

Interval Timer Shooting

You can automatically take shots by setting the interval between shots and the number of shots
to be taken.
Select the [Tool] menu
[Timer Shooting].
1
The [Timer shooting setting] dialog box appears.
Checkmark the [Interval timer shooting] checkbox.
2
Enter the shooting interval and the number of shots. Then click
3
the [Start] button.
Enter a value between 5 seconds and 99 minutes 59 seconds in 1-second
increments.
You can shoot up to 9999 photos with EOS-1D series cameras, and up to 999 photos
with cameras other than EOS-1D series cameras.
Shooting is performed at the specified interval and for the specified number of shots.
On some types of computers, if you set a short interval between shots and there is
insufficient time to download and save the images, it may not be possible to take shots at
the specified interval. In this case, set a longer interval between shots and take the shots
again.
Specifying the Camera Settings
You can check and change the settings in the camera from your computer remotely.
Camera Settings
You can check and specify the camera settings.
With the EOS-1D, you can only check the content of the settings but you cannot
specify settings.
1
Check the camera settings.
Shutter speed
Displays/specifies Tv (shutter speed).
(Not displayed when Aperture-priority AE or Program
AE is specified for the shooting mode.)
Shooting mode
Displays the shooting mode.
(You can change the settings for the EOS-
1D series cameras, excluding the EOS-1D.)
White Balance
Displays/specifies the
white balance.
Metering mode
Displays/specifies the
settings of the metering
mode.
Exposure compensation
Displays/specifies the exposure
compensation value.
Drive mode
Displays the drive mode.
Bracket shots*
Displays when AEB, FEB, white
balance bracketing or ISO
bracketing is set.
Battery status
When you are using a battery,
Warning display
[
] is displayed. When you are
Displayed when the remote shooting is impossible due
using the AC Adapter Kit (optional) or
to inappropriate settings.
DC Coupler Kit, [
] is displayed.
* is not displayed with the EOS-1Ds and EOS-1D.
The ISO bracketing of * is not displayed with EOS 5D, EOS DIGITAL REBEL XT/350D
DIGITAL and EOS 20D.
The FEB of * is not displayed with the EOS DIGITAL REBEL XT/350D DIGITAL and EOS
20D.
The above window shows information displayable when the EOS 5D is connected. The
displayed information varies depending on the camera model connected.
Aperture value
Displays/specifies Av (aperture value).
(Not displayed when Shutter-priority AE or
Program AE is specified for the shooting mode.)
ISO Speed
Displays/specifies the ISO speed.
Image recording quality
Displays/specifies the image
recording quality.
Save destination display (p.3-4)
Displays the destination folder to
which images will be saved.
(When you select the [Save also on
the camera's memory card], the
camera/computer icon is displayed,
and when you deselect the checkbox,
the computer icon is displayed.)
AF mode
Displays the AF mode.
Shots to Go
Displays the number of available
shots.
3-3
Cover/Table of
Contents
Introduction
Downloading Images
1
from the Camera,
and Camera Settings
2
Working with
Images in the
ImageBrowser
3
Remote Shooting in
the EOS Capture
Setting the EOS 5D
4
and EOS-1D Series
Cameras
5
Troubleshooting
and Uninstalling
the Software
Index

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