Download Table of Contents Print this page

Canon EOS REBEL T7i Instruction Manual

Advertisement

Quick Links

Table of Contents
Instruction Manual
Instruction manuals (PDF files) and software can be downloaded
from the Canon Web site (p.4, 475).
www.canon.com/icpd
E
J E

Advertisement

Table of Contents
loading

Summary of Contents for Canon EOS REBEL T7i

  • Page 1 Instruction Manual Instruction manuals (PDF files) and software can be downloaded from the Canon Web site (p.4, 475). www.canon.com/icpd...
  • Page 2: Introduction

    Introduction The EOS REBEL T7i or EOS 800D is a digital single-lens reflex camera featuring a fine-detail CMOS sensor with approx. 24.2 effective megapixels, DIGIC 7, high-precision and high-speed 45-point AF (up to 45 cross-type AF points), maximum continuous shooting speed of approx.
  • Page 3: Item Check List

    The Lens Instruction Manuals (PDF) are for lenses sold individually. Note that when purchasing the Lens Kit, some of the accessories included with the lens may not match those listed in the Lens Instruction Manual. Software can be downloaded from the Canon Web site (p.475) for your use.
  • Page 4: Instruction Manuals

    Canon Web site. Downloading and Viewing the Instruction Manuals (PDF Files) Download the Instruction Manuals (PDF files). Connect to the Internet and access the following Canon Web site.  www.canon.com/icpd Select your country or region of residence and download the ...
  • Page 5 Instruction Manuals The Instruction Manuals (PDF files) can also be downloaded using the QR code. www.canon.com/icpd A software application is required to read out the QR code.  Select your country or region of residence, then download the Instruction ...
  • Page 6: Quick Start Guide

    Quick Start Guide Insert the battery (p.38) Upon purchase, charge the battery to start using (p.36). Insert the card (p.39) With the card’s label facing toward the back of the camera, insert it into the card slot. Attach the lens (p.49) White index Red index...
  • Page 7 Quick Start Guide Flip out the LCD monitor (p.42) When the LCD monitor displays the date/time/zone setting screen, see page 45. Focus on the subject (p.52) Look through the viewfinder and aim the viewfinder center over the subject. Press the shutter button halfway, and the camera will focus on the subject.
  • Page 8: Compatible Cards

    Compatible Cards The following cards can be used with the camera regardless of capacity. If the card is new or was previously formatted (initialized) by another camera or computer, format the card with this camera (p.69). SD/SDHC*/SDXC* memory cards  * UHS-I cards supported.
  • Page 9: Table Of Contents

    Chapters Introduction Getting Started and Basic Camera Operations Basic Shooting and Image Playback Setting the AF and Drive Modes Image Settings Advanced Operations for Photographic Effects Flash Photography Shooting with the LCD Monitor (Live View Shooting) Shooting Movies Handy Features Image Playback Post-Processing Images Customizing the Camera...
  • Page 10: Contents By Purpose

    Contents by Purpose Shooting Shoot automatically  p.77-114  (Basic Zone modes) Shoot continuously  p.141  (i Continuous shooting) Take a picture of yourself in a group  p.143  (j Self-timer) Freeze the action p.186   (s Shutter-priority AE) Blur the action ...
  • Page 11 Take many pictures  p.146  (7a, 8a, b) AF (Focusing) Change the AF area selection mode  p.123  (S AF area selection mode) Shoot a moving subject  p.94, 97, 120  (AI Servo AF) Playback View the images on the camera ...
  • Page 12: Index To Features

    Index to Features Power Recording Images Battery Creating/Selecting a folder p.315  • Charging  p.36 • Installing/Removing  p.38 File numbering  p.317 • Battery level  p.44 • Checking battery information  p.407 AF operation  p.118 Household power outlet ...
  • Page 13 Index to Features Shooting Movie Shooting Shooting mode  p.30 Movie shooting  p.263 ISO speed  p.152 AF method  p.247 Aspect ratio  p.150 Movie recording size  p.275 p.193 Movie Servo AF p.303   Bulb Metering mode ...
  • Page 14 Index to Features Image Editing Creative filters  p.380 p.383  Resizing  p.385 Cropping Customization Custom Functions (C.Fn)  p.388 My Menu p.399  Software Software Start Guide  p.474 Software Instruction Manual  p.476 Wi-Fi Function  Wi-Fi (Wireless Communication) Function Instruction Manual...
  • Page 15: Conventions Used In This Manual

    Conventions Used in this Manual Icons in this Manual <6> : Indicates the Main Dial. <W><X><Y><Z> : Indicate up, down, left, and right on the <V> cross keys respectively. <0> : Indicates the Setting button. : Indicates that each function remains active 0/9/7/8 for approx.
  • Page 16 Contents Introduction Item Check List................. 3 Instruction Manuals ................4 Quick Start Guide ................6 Compatible Cards................8 Chapters................... 9 Contents by Purpose ..............10 Index to Features ................12 Conventions Used in this Manual........... 15 Safety Precautions ................. 22 Handling Precautions ..............
  • Page 17 Contents Basic Shooting and Image Playback A Fully Automatic Shooting (Scene Intelligent Auto) ....78 A Full Auto Techniques (Scene Intelligent Auto)......81 7 Shooting When You Cannot Use Flash ........83 C Creative Auto Shooting.............84 2 Shooting Portraits ..............91 3 Shooting Landscapes ............... 92 4 Shooting Close-ups..............93 5 Shooting Moving Subjects ............
  • Page 18 Contents Image Settings Setting the Image-Recording Quality ........... 146 Changing the Image’s Aspect Ratio ..........150 g: Setting the ISO Speed for Still Photos ......... 152 A Selecting a Picture Style ............155 A Customizing a Picture Style ..........158 A Registering a Picture Style ...........
  • Page 19 Contents Easy Wireless Flash Photography ..........220 Custom Wireless Flash Photography..........223 Shooting with the LCD Monitor (Live View Shooting) 229 A Shooting with the LCD Monitor ..........230 Shooting Function Settings ............237 U Shooting with Creative Filter Effects ........239 Menu Function Settings ..............
  • Page 20 Contents File Numbering Methods............317 Setting the Copyright Information ..........320 Auto Rotation of Vertical Images ..........322 Reverting the Camera to the Default Settings ......323 Turning the LCD Monitor Off/On ..........326 f Automatic Sensor Cleaning ..........327 Appending Dust Delete Data ............
  • Page 21 Contents Customizing the Camera Setting Custom Functions............. 388 Custom Function Setting Items............. 390 C.Fn I: Exposure ................ 390 C.Fn II: Image ................391 C.Fn III: Autofocus/Drive ............392 C.Fn IV: Operation/Others............395 Registering My Menu ..............399 Reference B Button Functions ..............406 Checking the Battery Information..........
  • Page 22: Safety Precautions

    Make sure to thoroughly understand and follow these precautions before using the product. If you experience any malfunctions, problems, or damage to the product, contact the nearest Canon Service Center or the dealer from whom you purchased the product. Follow the warnings below. Otherwise, death or Warnings: serious injuries may result.
  • Page 23 Safety Precautions When the camera or accessories are not in use, make sure to remove the battery, and  disconnect the power plug and connecting cables from the equipment before storing. This is to prevent electrical shock, excessive heat, fire, and corrosion. Do not use the equipment where there is flammable gas.
  • Page 24 Safety Precautions Follow the cautions below. Otherwise, physical injury Cautions: or property damage may result. Do not use or store the product in a high-temperature location such as inside a car  under the hot sun. The product may become hot and cause burns. Doing so may also cause battery leakage or explosion, which will degrade the performance or shorten the life of the product.
  • Page 25: Handling Precautions

    The camera is not waterproof and cannot be used underwater. If you  accidentally drop the camera into water, promptly consult the nearest Canon Service Center. Wipe off any water droplets with a dry and clean cloth. If the camera has been exposed to salty air, wipe it with a clean, well-wrung wet cloth.
  • Page 26 If you have not used the camera for some time or if there is an important shoot such as a foreign trip coming up, have the camera checked by your nearest Canon Service Center or check the camera yourself and make sure it is working properly.
  • Page 27 Besides dust entering the camera from outside, in rare cases, lubricant from the camera’s internal parts may adhere to the front of the sensor. If smudges are visible on the images, having the sensor cleaned by a Canon Service Center is recommended.
  • Page 28: Nomenclature

    Nomenclature Built-in flash/AF-assist beam emitter EF lens mount index (p.49) (p.204/121) Flash sync contacts Mode Dial (p.30) Hot shoe (p.209) <B> AF area selection EF-S lens mount index button (p.124) (p.49) Power switch (p.43) <D> Flash button <g> ISO speed (p.204) setting button (p.152) <V>...
  • Page 29 Nomenclature <A> Live View shooting/Movie shooting button (p.230/264) Dioptric adjustment knob (p.51) <g> Aperture/ Viewfinder eyepiece Exposure compensation button <A/I> AE lock/ Eyecup (p.413) FE lock button/ Index/Reduce button <B> Info button (p.199/207/334, 337) (p.71, 115, 233, 270, 406) <S/u> <M>...
  • Page 30 Nomenclature Mode Dial The Mode Dial includes the Basic Zone modes and Creative Zone modes. Basic Zone All you do is press the shutter button. The camera sets everything to suit the subject or scene for shooting. A : Scene Intelligent Auto 2 : Portrait (p.91) (p.78) 3 : Landscape (p.92)
  • Page 31 Nomenclature Creative Zone These modes give you more control for shooting various subjects as desired. : Program AE (p.184) s : Shutter-priority AE (p.186) f : Aperture-priority AE (p.188) a : Manual exposure (p.191)
  • Page 32 Nomenclature Quick Control Screen (Example in the < > mode with [ ] set (p.59)) s: Shooting screen: Standard Shutter speed Aperture Exposure level indicator z Main Dial pointer Exposure compensation amount Auto Lighting Optimizer (p.169) (p.196) AEB range (p.197) ISO speed (p.152) Highlight tone priority Shooting mode...
  • Page 33 Nomenclature Viewfinder Information Spot metering circle (p.194) Large Zone AF frame (p.123) Focusing screen AF point (p.123) Grid (p.74) Area AF frame (p.123) Aspect ratio line (p.150) Flicker detection (p.75, 179) Electronic level (p.73) <g> ISO speed <i> Warning icon indicator (p.152) (p.395) <o>...
  • Page 34 Nomenclature Battery Charger LC-E17 Charger for Battery Pack LP-E17 (p.36). Power plug Charge lamp Full-charge lamp Battery pack slot IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS-SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS. DANGER-TO REDUCE THE RISK OF FIRE OR ELECTRIC SHOCK, CAREFULLY FOLLOW THESE INSTRUCTIONS. For connection to a supply not in the U.S.A., use an attachment plug adapter of the proper configuration for the power outlet, if needed.
  • Page 35: Getting Started And Basic Camera Operations

    Getting Started and Basic Camera Operations This chapter describes preparatory steps before you start shooting and the basic camera operations. Attaching the Provided Strap Pass the end of the strap through the camera’s strap mount eyelet from the bottom. Then pass it through the strap’s buckle as shown in the illustration.
  • Page 36: Charging The Battery

    Charging the Battery Remove the protective cover. Detach the protective cover provided  with the battery. Attach the battery. As shown in the illustration, attach the  battery securely to the charger. To detach the battery, follow the  above procedure in reverse. LC-E17 Recharge the battery.
  • Page 37 5 sec. Do not charge any battery other than a Battery Pack LP-E17.  Battery Pack LP-E17 is dedicated to Canon products only. Using it with  an incompatible battery charger or product may result in malfunction or accidents for which Canon cannot be held liable.
  • Page 38: Installing And Removing The Battery

    Installing and Removing the Battery Load a fully charged Battery Pack LP-E17 into the camera. The camera’s viewfinder becomes bright when a battery is installed, and darkens when the battery is removed. If the battery is not installed, the image in the viewfinder becomes blurred and you cannot perform focusing.
  • Page 39: Installing And Removing The Card

    Installing and Removing the Card You can use an SD, SDHC, or SDXC memory card (sold separately) with the camera. SDHC and SDXC memory cards with UHS-I can also be used. The captured images are recorded onto the card. Make sure the card’s write-protect switch is set upward to enable writing and erasing.
  • Page 40 Installing and Removing the Card The number of possible shots varies depending on the remaining  capacity of the card, image-recording quality, ISO speed, etc. Setting [z1: Release shutter without card] to [Disable] will prevent  you from shooting without a card, forgetting to install it (p.312). Removing the Card Open the cover.
  • Page 41 Installing and Removing the Card When the access lamp is lit or blinking, it indicates that images are  being written to, read from, or erased from the card, or data is being transferred. Do not open the card slot cover during this time. Also, never do any of the following while the access lamp is lit or blinking.
  • Page 42: Using The Lcd Monitor

    Using the LCD Monitor After you flip out the LCD monitor, you can set menu functions, use Live View shooting, shoot movies, or play back photos and movies. You can change the direction and angle of the LCD monitor. Flip out the LCD monitor. Rotate the LCD monitor.
  • Page 43: Turning On The Power

    Turning on the Power If you turn on the power switch and the date/time/zone setting screen appears, see page 45 to set the date/time/zone. <k> : The camera turns on. You can shoot movies (p.264). <1> : The camera turns on. You can shoot still photos.
  • Page 44 Turning on the Power z Battery Level Indicator When the power is turned on, the battery level will be indicated in one of the four levels. z : Battery level is sufficient. x : Battery level is low, but the camera can still be used.
  • Page 45: Setting The Date, Time, And Zone

    Setting the Date, Time, and Zone When you turn on the power for the first time or if the date/time/zone have been reset, the date/time/zone setting screen will appear. Follow the steps below to set the time zone first. Set the camera to the time zone in which you currently live so that, when you travel, you can simply change the setting to the correct time zone for your destination, and the camera will automatically adjust the date/time.
  • Page 46 3 Setting the Date, Time, and Zone Press <0> again.  Press the <W> <X> keys to select  the time zone, then press <0>. If your desired time zone is not listed,  press the <M> button, then proceed to the next step to set it (with the time difference from the Coordinated Universal Time, UTC).
  • Page 47 3 Setting the Date, Time, and Zone Set the daylight saving time. Set it if necessary.  Press the <Y> <Z> keys to select  [Y]. Press <0> so <r> is displayed.  Press the <W> <X> keys to select ...
  • Page 48: Selecting The Interface Language

    Selecting the Interface Language Display the main tabs. Press the <M> button to display  the main tabs. Under the [52] tab, select [LanguageK]. Press the <Q> button to select the  [5] tab, then press <0>. Press the <Y> <Z> keys to select ...
  • Page 49: Attaching And Detaching A Lens

    Attaching and Detaching a Lens The camera is compatible with all Canon EF and EF-S lenses. Note that you cannot use the EF-M lenses. Attaching a Lens Remove the caps. Remove the rear lens cap and the  body cap by turning them as shown by the arrows.
  • Page 50 Attaching and Detaching a Lens Zooming Turn the zoom ring on the lens with your fingers. If you want to zoom, do it before  focusing. Turning the zoom ring after achieving focus may throw off the focus. Detaching the Lens While pressing the lens release button, turn the lens as shown by the arrow.
  • Page 51: Basic Shooting Operations

    Basic Shooting Operations Adjusting the Viewfinder Clarity Turn the dioptric adjustment knob. Turn the knob left or right so that the  AF points in the viewfinder look sharp. If the knob is difficult to turn, remove  the eyecup (p.413). If the camera’s dioptric adjustment still cannot provide a sharp viewfinder image, using E-series Dioptric Adjustment Lenses (sold separately) is recommended.
  • Page 52 Basic Shooting Operations Shutter Button The shutter button has two steps. You can press the shutter button halfway. Then you can further press the shutter button completely. Pressing Halfway This activates autofocusing and the automatic exposure system that sets the shutter speed and aperture.
  • Page 53: Setting The Screen Display Level

    Setting the Screen Display Level You can set how information is displayed on the screen according to your preference. Change the settings as necessary. Display the main tabs. Press the <M> button to display  the main tabs. Select the [s] tab. Press the <Y>...
  • Page 54 3 Setting the Screen Display Level Sample Screens  <C>: Guided <C>: Standard <f>: Guided <f>: Standard In Creative Zone modes, when [Guided] is set, only the functions particular to the set shooting mode are displayed on the Quick Control screen. Note that items that cannot be set from the Quick Control screen when [Guided] is selected can be set via the menu screen (p.62).
  • Page 55 3 Setting the Screen Display Level Menu Display You can select the display method from [Standard] or [Guided]. If you set [Guided], main tab descriptions are provided when you press the <M> button. If you set [Standard], you proceed directly to the menu screen when you press the <M>...
  • Page 56 3 Setting the Screen Display Level Shooting Mode Guide You can display the description of the shooting mode (mode guide) when switching the shooting mode during viewfinder shooting. By default, it is set to [Enable]. Select [Mode guide]. Select [Enable]. Turn the Mode Dial.
  • Page 57 3 Setting the Screen Display Level Feature Guide When using Quick Control or setting menu items, you can display a brief description of functions and options (feature guide). By default, it is set to [Enable]. Select [Feature guide]. Select [Enable]. Sample Screens ...
  • Page 58 3 Setting the Screen Display Level Shooting Tips Shooting tips appear when [Shooting screen] is set to [Guided] (p.53) and the camera setting is in any of the following cases. In Basic Zone modes, shooting tips appear regardless of the [Shooting screen] setting.
  • Page 59: Q Quick Control For Shooting Functions

    Q Quick Control for Shooting Functions You can directly select and set the shooting functions displayed on the LCD monitor with intuitive operations. This is called Quick Control. Press the <Q> button  The Quick Control screen will appear. Set the desired functions. Press the <V>...
  • Page 60 Q Quick Control for Shooting Functions Sample Quick Control Screen When [s: Shooting screen: Guided] is Set  Aperture (p.188) Exposure compensation (p.196) AF operation (p.118) Return Drive mode (p.141) AF area selection mode (p.124) When [s: Shooting screen: Standard] is Set ...
  • Page 61: Menu Operations And Configurations

    Menu Operations and Configurations You can configure various settings with the menus such as the image- recording quality, date/time, etc. <M> button <0> button <V> cross keys LCD monitor Menu Screen The menu tabs and items displayed vary depending on the shooting mode.
  • Page 62 3 Menu Operations and Configurations Menu Setting Procedure When [s: Menu display: Guided] is Set  Display the main tabs. Main tabs When you press the <M> button,  the main tabs and a description of the selected tab will appear. Select a main tab.
  • Page 63 3 Menu Operations and Configurations Select the setting. Press the <W> <X> or <Y> <Z>  keys of the cross keys to select the desired setting. (Some settings are selected with the <W> and <X> keys, and others are selected with the <Y> and <Z>...
  • Page 64 3 Menu Operations and Configurations When [s: Menu display: Standard] is Set  Display the menu screen. Main tabs Press the <M> button to display  the menu screen. Select a tab. Each time you press the <Q> button,  the main tab (group of functions) will switch.
  • Page 65 3 Menu Operations and Configurations Dimmed Menu Items Example: When [Multi Shot Noise Reduction] is set Dimmed menu items cannot be set. The menu item is dimmed if another function setting is overriding it. You can see the overriding function by selecting the dimmed menu item and pressing <0>.
  • Page 66: Operating The Camera With Touch Screen

    d Operating the Camera with Touch Screen You can operate the camera by tapping on the LCD monitor (touch- sensitive panel) with your fingers. Sample Screen (Quick Control) Use your finger to tap on (touch  briefly and then remove your finger from) the LCD monitor.
  • Page 67 d Operating the Camera with Touch Screen Drag Sample Screen (Menu screen) Slide your finger while touching the  LCD monitor. Sample Screen (Scale display) Operations possible by dragging your finger on the screen Selecting a menu tab or item after pressing the <M> button ...
  • Page 68 d Operating the Camera with Touch Screen 3 Setting the Touch Control Response Select [Touch control]. Under the [53] tab, select [Touch  control], then press <0>. Set the touch control response setting. Select the desired setting, then press  <0>.
  • Page 69: Formatting The Card

    Formatting the Card If the card is new or was previously formatted by another camera or computer, format the card with this camera. When the card is formatted, all images and data on the card will be erased. Even protected images will be erased, so make sure there is nothing you need to keep.
  • Page 70 3 Formatting the Card Execute [Format card] in the following cases: The card is new.  The card was formatted by a different camera or a computer.  The card is full of images or data.  A card-related error is displayed (p.453). ...
  • Page 71: Switching The Lcd Monitor Display

    Switching the LCD Monitor Display The LCD monitor can display the Quick Control screen, menu screen, captured images, etc. When you turn on the power, the  Quick Control screen will appear. You can then check the current shooting function settings. When you press the shutter button ...
  • Page 72: Displaying The Electronic Level

    Displaying the Electronic Level You can display the electronic level on the LCD monitor and in the viewfinder to help you correct the camera tilt. Note that you can check only the horizontal tilt and not the forward/backward tilt. Displaying the Electronic Level on the LCD Monitor Press the <B>...
  • Page 73 Displaying the Electronic Level 3 Displaying the Electronic Level in the Viewfinder A simple electronic level using a camera icon can be displayed in the viewfinder. Since this indicator is displayed during shooting, you can take the picture while checking the camera tilt. Select [Viewfinder display].
  • Page 74: Displaying The Grid

    Displaying the Grid You can display a grid in the viewfinder to help you check the camera tilt or compose the shot. Select [Viewfinder display]. Under the [52] tab, select  [Viewfinder display], then press <0>. Select [Grid display]. Select [Show]. ...
  • Page 75: Displaying The Flicker Detection

    Displaying the Flicker DetectionN If you set this function, <G> will appear in the viewfinder when the camera detects flicker caused by the blinking of the light source. By default, flicker detection is set to [Show]. Select [Viewfinder display]. Under the [52] tab, select ...
  • Page 77: Basic Shooting And Image Playback

    Basic Shooting and Image Playback This chapter describes how to use the Basic Zone modes on the Mode Dial for best results and how to play back images. With Basic Zone modes, all you do is point and shoot, and the camera sets everything automatically (p.112, 416).
  • Page 78: A Fully Automatic Shooting (Scene Intelligent Auto)

    A Fully Automatic Shooting (Scene Intelligent Auto) <A> is a fully automatic mode. The camera analyzes the scene and sets the optimum settings automatically. It can also adjust focus automatically on either the still or moving subject by detecting the motion of the subject (p.81).
  • Page 79 A Fully Automatic Shooting (Scene Intelligent Auto) Take the picture. Press the shutter button completely to  take the picture.  The captured image will be displayed for approx. 2 sec. on the LCD monitor. When you finish shooting, push down ...
  • Page 80 A Fully Automatic Shooting (Scene Intelligent Auto) The beeper continues to beep softly. (The focus indicator <o>  does not light up.) It indicates that the camera is focusing continuously on a moving subject. (The focus indicator <o> does not light up.) You can take sharp pictures of a moving subject.
  • Page 81: A Full Auto Techniques (Scene Intelligent Auto)

    A Full Auto Techniques (Scene Intelligent Auto) Recomposing the Shot Depending on the scene, positioning the subject toward the left or right to include a balanced background will result in a picture with better perspective. In the <A> mode, pressing the shutter button halfway to focus on a still subject will lock the focus on that subject.
  • Page 82 A Full Auto Techniques (Scene Intelligent Auto) A Live View Shooting You can shoot while viewing the image on the LCD monitor. This is called “Live View shooting”. For details, see page 229. Display the Live View image on the LCD monitor. Press the <A>...
  • Page 83: Shooting When You Cannot Use Flash

    7 Shooting When You Cannot Use Flash The camera analyzes the scene and sets the optimum settings automatically. In places where flash photography is prohibited such as in a museum or an aquarium, use the <7> (Flash Off) mode. Shooting Tips Prevent camera shake if the numeric display (shutter speed) in ...
  • Page 84: C Creative Auto Shooting

    C Creative Auto Shooting In the <C> mode, you can set the following functions for shooting: (1) Ambience-based shots, (2) Background blur, (3) Drive mode, and (4) Built-in flash firing. The default settings are the same as the <A> mode. * CA stands for Creative Auto.
  • Page 85 C Creative Auto Shooting Shutter speed Aperture ISO speed Battery level Possible shots Image-recording quality If you set (1) or (2) when the camera is set for Live View shooting, you can see the effect on the screen before you start shooting. (1) Ambience-based shots You can select and shoot with the ambience you want to convey in your images.
  • Page 86 C Creative Auto Shooting (2) Background blur • If [OFF] is set, the degree of background blur will change depending on the brightness. • If it is set to any setting other than [OFF], you can adjust the background blur regardless of the brightness. •...
  • Page 87 C Creative Auto Shooting (3) Drive mode: Use the <6> dial to make the selection. You can also select it from a list by pressing <0>. <u> Single shooting: Shoot one image at a time. <o> High-speed continuous shooting: While you hold down the shutter button completely, shots will be taken continuously.
  • Page 88 C Creative Auto Shooting Shooting with Ambience Selection Ambience Ambience Effect 1 Ambience: Standard No setting 2 Vivid Low / Standard / Strong 3 Soft Low / Standard / Strong 4 Warm Low / Standard / Strong 5 Intense Low / Standard / Strong 6 Cool Low / Standard / Strong 7 Brighter...
  • Page 89 C Creative Auto Shooting Set the ambience effect. Press the <W> <X> keys to select  the effect so that [Effect] appears at the bottom of the screen. Press the <Y> <Z> keys to select  the desired effect. Take the picture. Press the shutter button completely to ...
  • Page 90 C Creative Auto Shooting Ambience Settings 1Ambience: Standard This provides standard image characteristics. 2 Vivid The subject looks crisp, sharp and vivid. Effective to make the picture look more impressive than with [1 Ambience: Standard]. 3 Soft The subject is less defined, giving the picture a softer and daintier look.
  • Page 91: Shooting Portraits

    2 Shooting Portraits The <2> (Portrait) mode blurs the background to make the human subject stand out. It also makes skin tones and hair look softer. Shooting Tips Select the location where the distance between the subject and  the background is the farthest. The further the distance between the subject and background, the more blurred the background will look.
  • Page 92: Shooting Landscapes

    3 Shooting Landscapes Use the <3> (Landscape) mode for wide scenery or to have everything in focus from near to far. For vivid blues and greens, and very sharp and crisp images. Shooting Tips With a zoom lens, use the wide-angle end. ...
  • Page 93: Shooting Close-Ups

    4 Shooting Close-ups When you want to shoot flowers or small things up close, use the <4> (Close-up) mode. To make small things appear much larger, use a macro lens (sold separately). Shooting Tips Use a simple background.  A simple background makes small objects such as flowers stand out better.
  • Page 94: Shooting Moving Subjects

    5 Shooting Moving Subjects Use the <5> (Sports) mode to shoot a moving subject, such as a running person or a moving vehicle. Shooting Tips Use a telephoto lens.  Use of a telephoto lens is recommended for shooting from a distance.
  • Page 95: 8: Special Scene Mode

    8: Special Scene Mode The camera will automatically choose the appropriate settings when you select a shooting mode for your subject or scene. Set the Mode Dial to <8>. Press the <Q> button  The Quick Control screen will appear. Select a shooting mode.
  • Page 96: Shooting Group Photos

    q Shooting Group Photos Use the <q> (Group Photo) mode to shoot group photos. You can take a picture in which both the people in the front and people in the back are all in focus. Shooting Tips Use a wide-angle lens. ...
  • Page 97: C Photographing Children

    C Photographing Children When you want to continuously focus on and photograph children running around, use <C> (Kids). Skin tones will look healthy. Shooting Tips Track the subject with the Area AF frame.  Press the shutter button halfway to start autofocusing in Area AF frame.
  • Page 98: P Shooting Food

    P Shooting Food When shooting food, use <P> (Food). The photo will look bright and appetizing. Also, depending on the light source, the reddish tinge will be suppressed in the pictures taken under tungsten lights, etc. Shooting Tips Change the color tone. ...
  • Page 99: Shooting Candlelight Portraits

    x Shooting Candlelight Portraits When photographing a human subject lit in candlelight, use <x> (Candlelight). The atmosphere of candlelight is reflected in the color tones of the picture. Shooting Tips Use the center AF point to focus.  Aim the center AF point in the viewfinder over the subject, then shoot.
  • Page 100: Shooting Night Portraits (With A Tripod)

    6 Shooting Night Portraits (With a Tripod) To photograph people at night and obtain a natural-looking night scene in the background, use the <6> (Night Portrait) mode. Using a tripod is recommended. Shooting Tips Use a wide-angle lens and a tripod. ...
  • Page 101: F Shooting Night Scenes (Handheld)

    F Shooting Night Scenes (Handheld) Using a tripod when shooting a night scene gives the best results. However, the <F> (Handheld Night Scene) mode enables you to shoot night scenes even while handholding the camera. In this shooting mode, four shots are taken consecutively for each picture, and the resulting one image with reduced camera shake is recorded.
  • Page 102: G Shooting Backlit Scenes

    G Shooting Backlit Scenes When shooting a scene having both the bright and dark areas, use the <G> (HDR Backlight Control) mode. When you take one picture in this mode, three consecutive shots are taken at different exposures. This results in one image, with a wide tonal range, that has minimized the clipped shadows caused by backlighting.
  • Page 103 Cautions for <q> Group Photo Since distortion correction is applied, the camera records an image  range narrower than the one seen through the viewfinder. (The image periphery is slightly trimmed and the resolution looks slightly lowered.) Also, during Live View shooting, the angle of view changes slightly. Cautions for <C>...
  • Page 104 Cautions for <F> Handheld Night Scene and <G> HDR Backlight Control You cannot select 1+73 or 1. If 1+73 or 1 is set, the image  will be recorded in 73 quality. If you shoot a moving subject, the subject’s movement may leave ...
  • Page 105: Shooting With Creative Filter Effects

    v Shooting with Creative Filter Effects In the <v> (Creative filter) mode, you can apply one of ten filter effects (Grainy B/W*, Soft focus*, Fish-eye effect*, Water painting effect*, Toy camera effect*, Miniature effect*, HDR art standard, HDR art vivid, HDR art bold, and HDR art embossed) for shooting.
  • Page 106 v Shooting with Creative Filter Effects Select a shooting mode. Press the <W> <X> keys to select a  shooting mode, then press <0>.  The image will be displayed with the effects of the filter applied. Available Shooting Modes in the v Mode Shooting Mode Page Shooting Mode...
  • Page 107 v Shooting with Creative Filter Effects You cannot select 1+73 or 1. If 1+73 or 1 is set, the image  will be recorded in 73 quality. When <G>, <W>, <X>, <Z>, <H>, or <c> is set, continuous  shooting cannot be set. Dust Delete Data (p.329) will not be appended to images shot with Fish- ...
  • Page 108 v Shooting with Creative Filter Effects Z Water painting effect  Makes the photo look like a watercolor painting with soft colors. You can control the color density by adjusting the filter effect. Note that night scenes or dark scenes may not be rendered with a smooth gradation and may look irregular or have significant noise.
  • Page 109 v Shooting with Creative Filter Effects C HDR art bold  The colors are the most saturated, making the subject pop out, and the picture looks like an oil painting. D HDR art embossed  The color saturation, brightness, contrast and gradation are decreased to make the picture look flat.
  • Page 110 v Shooting with Creative Filter Effects Adjusting Miniature Effect Move the AF point. Move the AF point to where you want  to focus on.  If the AF point is not fully covered by the miniature effect frame, the [r] icon on the bottom right of the screen will blink.
  • Page 111: Q Quick Control

    Q Quick Control In Basic Zone modes, press the <Q> button to display the Quick Control screen. You can set the items shown in the tables on pages 112-113. Set the Mode Dial to a Basic Zone mode. Press the <Q> button Example: <C>...
  • Page 112 Q Quick Control Settable Functions in Basic Zone Modes o: Default setting k: User selectable : Not selectable Function u: Single shooting o: High-speed continuous shooting Drive i: Low-speed continuous shooting mode Q: 10sec. (p.141) l: 2sec. q: Continuous shooting a: Automatic firing Built-in D: Flash on (Fires at all times)
  • Page 113 Q Quick Control o: Default setting k: User selectable : Not selectable Function u: Single shooting o: High-speed continuous shooting Drive i: Low-speed continuous shooting mode Q: 10sec. (p.141) l: 2sec. q: Continuous shooting a: Automatic firing Built-in D: Flash on (Fires at all times) flash firing b: Flash off Adjustment of effects (p.105)
  • Page 114: Adjusting The Brightness

    Adjusting the Brightness In Basic Zone modes, when a mode other than <A>, <7>, <C>, <8: G>, or <v> is set, you can adjust the brightness for shooting. You can adjust both the brightness and darkness across 3-step ranges with 0 being the standard. Set the Mode Dial to <2>, <3>, <4>, <5>, or <8>.
  • Page 115: Image Playback

    x Image Playback The easiest way to play back images is described below. For more details on the playback procedure, see page 333. Play back the image. Press the <x> button.   The last image captured or played back will appear. Select an image.
  • Page 116 x Image Playback Exit the image playback. Press the <x> button to exit the  image playback and return to shooting-ready state. Shooting Information Display With the shooting information screen displayed (p.115), you can press the <W> <X> keys to change the shooting information displayed at the screen bottom as follows.
  • Page 117: Setting The Af And Drive Modes

    Setting the AF and Drive Modes The AF points in the viewfinder are arranged to make AF shooting suitable for a wide variety of subjects and scenes. You can also select the AF operation and drive mode that best match the shooting conditions and subject. The O icon at the upper right of the page title indicates that ...
  • Page 118: F: Changing The Autofocus Operation (Af Operation)

    f: Changing the Autofocus OperationN You can select the AF (autofocus) operation characteristics to suit the shooting conditions or subject. In Basic Zone modes, the optimum AF operation is set automatically for the respective shooting mode. Set the lens’s focus mode switch to <AF>.
  • Page 119 f: Changing the Autofocus OperationN One-Shot AF for Still Subjects Suited for still subjects. When you press the shutter button halfway, the camera will focus only once. The AF point that achieves focus is  displayed, and the focus indicator <o>...
  • Page 120 f: Changing the Autofocus OperationN AI Servo AF for Moving Subjects This AF operation is suited for moving subjects when the focusing distance keeps changing. While you hold down the shutter button halfway, the camera will keep focusing on the subject continuously.
  • Page 121 f: Changing the Autofocus OperationN AF Points Lighting Up in Red By default, the AF points light up in red when focus is achieved in low- light conditions or on a dark subject. In Creative Zone modes, you can set whether to have the AF points light up in red when focus is achieved (p.394).
  • Page 122 f: Changing the Autofocus OperationN 3 Setting Lens Electronic MF With the following USM and STM lenses equipped with electronic manual focusing function, you can set whether to use electronic manual focusing in One-Shot AF mode. The default setting is [Disable after One-Shot AF].
  • Page 123: S Selecting The Af Area And Af Point

    S Selecting the AF Area and AF Point The camera has 45 AF points for autofocusing. You can select the AF area selection mode and AF point(s) suiting the scene or subject. Depending on the lens used, the number of usable AF points, AF point patterns, Area AF frame shape, etc.
  • Page 124 S Selecting the AF Area and AF Point Selecting the AF Area Selection Mode Press the <S> or <B> button Look through the viewfinder and  press the <S> or <B> button. Press the <B> button. Each time you press the <B> ...
  • Page 125 S Selecting the AF Area and AF Point Selecting the AF Point Manually You can manually select the AF point or zone. Press the <S> or <B> button  The AF points will be displayed in the viewfinder. In the Zone AF mode or Large Zone ...
  • Page 126 S Selecting the AF Area and AF Point AF Point Display Indications Pressing the <S> or <B> button lights up the AF points that are cross-type AF points for high-precision autofocusing. The blinking AF points are horizontal-line or vertical-line sensitive. For details, see pages 130-134.
  • Page 127: Af Area Selection Modes

    AF Area Selection Modes S Single-point AF (Manual selection) Select one AF point <S> to be used for focusing. m Zone AF (Manual selection of zone) The AF area is divided into nine focusing zones for focusing. Since all the AF points in the selected zone are used for Automatic selection AF, it is superior to Single-point AF in tracking the subject, and it is also effective for moving subjects.
  • Page 128 AF Area Selection Modes o Automatic selection AF The Area AF frame (entire AF area) is used to focus. The AF point(s) achieving focus is displayed as <S>. With One-Shot AF, pressing the shutter button halfway will display the AF point(s) <S> that achieved focus.
  • Page 129 AF Area Selection Modes AF Using Color Tracking By default, AF will be performed based on color tracking. However, in the <3>, <4>, <8: Px6F> and <v: Xc> modes, AF will not be performed based on color tracking. When the AF area selection mode is set to Zone AF, Large Zone AF, or Automatic selection AF, focus is achieved as follows: In One-Shot AF Mode...
  • Page 130: Af Sensor

    AF Sensor The camera’s AF sensor has 45 AF points. The illustration below shows the AF sensor pattern corresponding to each AF point. When using lenses with a maximum aperture of f/2.8 or faster, high-precision AF is possible at the viewfinder center. Depending on the lens used, the number of usable AF points, AF point patterns, Area AF frame shape, etc.
  • Page 131: Lenses And Usable Af Points

    Regarding lighting up or blinking of the AF points, see page 126. For the latest “Lens Group Designations” information, check with the  Canon Web site, etc. Some lenses may not be available in certain countries or regions.  Group A Autofocusing with 45 points is possible.
  • Page 132 Lenses and Usable AF Points Group B Autofocusing with 45 points is possible. All the AF area selection modes are selectable. : Cross-type AF point. Subject tracking performance is superior and high-precision focusing is achieved. Group C Autofocusing with 45 points is possible. All the AF area selection modes are selectable.
  • Page 133 Lenses and Usable AF Points Group E Autofocusing with the 35 points is possible. (Not possible with all 45 AF points.) All the AF area selection modes are selectable. During automatic AF point selection, the outer frame marking the AF area (Area AF frame) will be different from 45-point Automatic selection AF.
  • Page 134 Lenses and Usable AF Points Group G Autofocusing with 27 points is possible. (Not possible with all 45 AF points.) Large Zone AF (manual selection of zone) cannot be selected in AF area selection mode. During automatic AF point selection, the outer frame marking the AF area (Area AF frame) will be different from 45-point Automatic selection AF.
  • Page 135 Lenses and Usable AF Points Lens Group Designations (As of the product’s release date) EF-S24mm f/2.8 STM EF40mm f/2.8 STM EF-S60mm f/2.8 Macro USM EF50mm f/1.0L USM EF-S10-18mm f/4.5-5.6 IS STM EF50mm f/1.2L USM EF-S10-22mm f/3.5-4.5 USM EF50mm f/1.4 USM EF-S15-85mm f/3.5-5.6 IS USM EF50mm f/1.8 EF-S17-55mm f/2.8 IS USM...
  • Page 136 Lenses and Usable AF Points EF200mm f/2.8L USM EF400mm f/2.8L IS USM + Extender EF2x I/II/III + Extender EF2x I/II/III EF200mm f/2.8L II USM EF400mm f/2.8L IS II USM EF200mm f/2.8L II USM EF400mm f/2.8L IS II USM + Extender EF1.4x I/II/III + Extender EF1.4x I/II/III EF200mm f/2.8L II USM EF400mm f/2.8L IS II USM...
  • Page 137 Lenses and Usable AF Points EF600mm f/4L IS II USM EF28-105mm f/3.5-4.5 USM + Extender EF2x I/II/III H (f/8) EF28-105mm f/3.5-4.5 II USM EF800mm f/5.6L IS USM EF28-105mm f/4-5.6 EF800mm f/5.6L IS USM EF28-105mm f/4-5.6 USM + Extender EF1.4x I/II/III H (f/8) EF28-135mm f/3.5-5.6 IS USM EF1200mm f/5.6L USM...
  • Page 138 Lenses and Usable AF Points EF70-200mm f/4L USM EF100-200mm f/4.5A + Extender EF1.4x I/II/III EF100-300mm f/4.5-5.6 USM EF70-200mm f/4L USM EF100-300mm f/5.6 + Extender EF2x I/II/III H (f/8) EF100-300mm f/5.6L EF70-200mm f/4L IS USM EF100-400mm f/4.5-5.6L IS USM EF70-200mm f/4L IS USM EF100-400mm f/4.5-5.6L IS USM + Extender EF1.4x I/II/III + Extender EF1.4x I/II/III...
  • Page 139: Subjects Difficult To Focus On

    Subjects Difficult to Focus on Autofocus may fail to achieve focus (focus indicator <o> in the viewfinder blinks) with special subjects such as the following: Subjects with very low contrast  (Example: Blue skies, solid-color flat surfaces, etc.) Subjects in very low light ...
  • Page 140: Mf: Manual Focus

    Subjects Difficult to Focus on MF: Manual Focus Set the lens’s focus mode switch to <MF>. Focus on the subject. Focus by turning the lens focusing  ring until the subject looks sharp in the viewfinder. Focusing ring If you press the shutter button halfway during manual focusing, the AF ...
  • Page 141: Selecting The Drive Mode

    i Selecting the Drive Mode Single and continuous drive modes are provided. Press the <YQi> button.  [Drive mode] will appear. Select the drive mode. Press the <Y> <Z> keys to select  the desired drive mode, then press <0>. u : Single shooting When you press the shutter button completely, only one shot will be taken.
  • Page 142 i Selecting the Drive Mode o: The approx. 6.0 shots/sec. maximum high-speed continuous  shooting speed is achieved under the following conditions*: 1/500 sec. or faster shutter speed, maximum aperture (varies depending on the lens), flicker reduction disabled, fully charged battery pack, and at room temperature (23°C / 73°F).
  • Page 143: Using The Self-Timer

    j Using the Self-timer Press the <YQi> button.  [Drive mode] will appear. Select the self-timer. Press the <Y> <Z> keys to select  the self-timer, then press <0>. Q: 10-sec. self-timer The remote controller can also be used (p.409). l: 2-sec.
  • Page 145: Image Settings

    Image Settings This chapter describes image-related function settings: Image-recording quality, aspect ratio, ISO speed, Picture Style, white balance, Auto Lighting Optimizer, noise reduction, lens aberration correction, anti-flicker shooting, and other functions. The O icon at the upper right of the page title indicates that ...
  • Page 146: Setting The Image-Recording Quality

    Setting the Image-Recording Quality You can select the pixel count and its image quality. Nine image- recording quality settings are provided: 73, 83, 74, 84, 7a, 8a, b, 1+73, 1. Select the image-recording quality. Under the [z1] tab, select [Image ...
  • Page 147 29.4 21 (27) * The file size, possible shots, and maximum burst are based on Canon’s testing standards (3:2 aspect ratio, ISO 100 and Standard Picture Style) using an 8 GB card. These figures will vary depending on the subject, card brand, aspect ratio, ISO speed, Picture Style, Custom Functions, and other settings.
  • Page 148 3 Setting the Image-Recording Quality I want to select the image-recording quality matching the paper  size for printing. Refer to the diagram on the left when Paper size choosing the image-recording quality. If A2(59.4x42cm/23.4x16.5in.) you want to crop the image, selecting a higher quality (more pixels) such as 73, A3(42x29.7cm/ 83, 1+73, or 1 is recommended.
  • Page 149  with this camera. If a previous version of DPP Ver.4.x is installed on your computer, obtain and install the latest version of DPP from the Canon Web site to update it. (The previous version will be overwritten.) Note that DPP Ver.3.x or earlier cannot process RAW images taken with this camera.
  • Page 150: Changing The Image's Aspect Ratio

    Changing the Image’s Aspect RatioN You can change the image’s aspect ratio. [3:2] is set by default. When [4:3], [16:9], or [1:1] is set, frame lines indicating the image area will be displayed in the viewfinder. During Live View shooting, the image appears with the surrounding area masked in black on the LCD monitor.
  • Page 151 3 Changing the Image’s Aspect RatioN The table below shows the aspect ratio and the number of recorded pixels for each image-recording quality. Aspect Ratio and Pixel Count (Approx.) Image Quality 16:9 6000x4000 5328x4000* 6000x3368* 4000x4000 (24.0 megapixels) (21.3 megapixels) (20.2 megapixels) (16.0 megapixels) 3984x2656...
  • Page 152: G: Setting The Iso Speed For Still Photos

    g: Setting the ISO Speed for Still PhotosN Set the ISO speed (image sensor’s sensitivity to light) to suit the ambient light level. In Basic Zone modes, the ISO speed is set automatically. Regarding the ISO speed during movie shooting, see pages 266 and 269.
  • Page 153 g: Setting the ISO Speed for Still PhotosN Under [54: Custom Functions (C.Fn)], if [4: Highlight tone priority] is  set to [1:Enable], ISO 100 and “H” (equivalent to ISO 51200) cannot be selected (p.391). Shooting in high temperatures may result in images that look grainier. ...
  • Page 154 g: Setting the ISO Speed for Still PhotosN 3 Setting the Maximum ISO Speed for [AUTO]N For ISO Auto, you can set the maximum ISO speed limit within ISO 400 - ISO 25600. Under the [z2] tab, select [zISO Auto], then press <0>. Select the ISO speed, then press <0>.
  • Page 155: A Selecting A Picture Style

    A Selecting a Picture StyleN Just by selecting a preset Picture Style, you can obtain image characteristics effectively matching your photographic expression or the subject. Press the <XA> button.  The Picture Style selection screen will appear. Select a Picture Style. Select a Picture Style, then press ...
  • Page 156 A Selecting a Picture StyleN Q Portrait For nice skin tones. The image looks softer. Suited for close-up portraits. By changing the [Color tone] (p.159), you can adjust the skin tone. R Landscape For vivid blues and greens, and very sharp and crisp images. Effective for impressive landscapes.
  • Page 157 A Selecting a Picture StyleN Symbols The Picture Style selection screen has icons for [Strength], [Fineness], or [Threshold] for [Sharpness] as well as [Contrast], and other parameters. The numerals indicate the values for these parameters set for the respective Picture Style. Symbols Sharpness Strength...
  • Page 158: A Customizing A Picture Style

    A Customizing a Picture StyleN You can customize the Picture Styles. You can change or adjust the parameter settings of Picture Styles such as [Strength], [Fineness], or [Threshold] for [Sharpness] as well as [Contrast] and other parameters from the default settings. To see the resulting effects, take test shots.
  • Page 159 A Customizing a Picture StyleN Parameter Settings and Effects Sharpness J Strength 0: Weak outline emphasis 7: Strong outline emphasis K Fineness 1: Fine 5: Grainy L Threshold 1: Low 5: High h Contrast -4: Low contrast +4: High contrast i Saturation -4: Low saturation +4: High saturation...
  • Page 160 A Customizing a Picture StyleN V Monochrome Adjustment Besides the effects described on the preceding page such as [Contrast], or [Strength], [Fineness] and [Threshold] for [Sharpness], you can also set [Filter effect] and [Toning effect]. kFilter effect With a filter effect applied to a monochrome image, you can make white clouds or green trees stand out more.
  • Page 161: A Registering A Picture Style

    A Registering a Picture StyleN You can select a base Picture Style such as [Portrait] or [Landscape], adjust its parameters as desired and register it under [User Def. 1], [User Def. 2], or [User Def. 3]. Useful when you want to preset multiple Picture Styles with different settings.
  • Page 162 A Registering a Picture StyleN Select a parameter. Select the parameter (such as  [Strength] of [Sharpness]) to be set, then press <0>. Set the parameter. Press the <Y> <Z> keys to adjust  the effect of the parameter, then press <0>.
  • Page 163: B: Matching The Light Source (White Balance)

    B: Matching the Light SourceN White balance (WB) is for making the white areas look white. Normally, the Auto [Q] (Ambience priority) or [Qw] (White priority) setting will obtain the correct white balance. If natural-looking colors cannot be obtained with Auto, you can select the white balance to match the light source or set it manually by shooting a white object.
  • Page 164 B: Matching the Light SourceN Q Auto White Balance With [Q] (Ambience priority), you can increase the intensity of the image’s warm color cast when shooting a tungsten-light scene. If you select [Qw] (White priority), you can reduce the intensity of the image’s warm color cast.
  • Page 165 B: Matching the Light SourceN O Custom White Balance With custom white balance, you can set the white balance for the specific light source of the shooting location. Make sure to perform this procedure under the light source at the actual location of the shoot. Shoot a white object.
  • Page 166 B: Matching the Light SourceN Select [O (Custom)]. Press the <WB> button.  Select [O (Custom)], then press  <0>. If the exposure obtained in step 1 differs greatly from the standard  exposure, a correct white balance may not be obtained. In step 3, the following images cannot be selected: Images captured with ...
  • Page 167: Adjusting The Color Tone For The Light Source

    u Adjusting the Color Tone for the Light SourceN You can correct the white balance that is set. This adjustment will have the same effect as using a commercially-available color temperature conversion filter or color compensating filter. Each color can be corrected to one of nine levels.
  • Page 168 u Adjusting the Color Tone for the Light SourceN White Balance Auto Bracketing With just one shot, three images with different color tones can be recorded simultaneously. Based on the color temperature of the current white balance setting, the image will be bracketed with a blue/amber bias and magenta/green bias.
  • Page 169: Auto Correction Of Brightness And Contrast (Auto Lighting Optimizer)

    Auto Correction of Brightness and ContrastN If the image comes out dark or the contrast is low, the brightness and contrast can be corrected automatically. This function is called Auto Lighting Optimizer. The default setting is [Standard]. With JPEG images, the correction is applied when the image is captured. In Basic Zone modes, [Standard] is set automatically.
  • Page 170: Setting Noise Reduction

    Setting Noise ReductionN High ISO Speed Noise Reduction This function reduces the noise generated in the image. Although noise reduction is applied at all ISO speeds, it is particularly effective at high ISO speeds. When shooting at low ISO speeds, the noise in the darker parts of the image (shadow areas) can further be reduced.
  • Page 171 3 Setting Noise ReductionN When [Multi Shot Noise Reduction] is Set If there is significant misalignment in the image due to camera shake, the  noise reduction effect may become smaller. If you are handholding the camera, keep it steady to prevent camera ...
  • Page 172 3 Setting Noise ReductionN Set the desired setting. Select the desired setting, then press  <0>. [Auto]  For exposures of 1 sec. or longer, noise reduction is performed automatically if noise typical of long exposures is detected. This [Auto] setting is effective enough in most cases. [Enable] ...
  • Page 173: Correction Of Lens Aberrations Due To Optical Characteristics

    Correction of Lens Aberrations due to Optical CharacteristicsN Peripheral light fall-off is a phenomenon that makes the image corners look darker due to the optical characteristics of the lens. Color fringing along subject outlines is called chromatic aberration. Image distortion due to optical characteristics of the lens is called distortion.
  • Page 174 3 Correction of Lens Aberrations due to Optical CharacteristicsN Select [Enable]. Check that [Correction data  available] is displayed for the attached lens. Select [Enable], then press <0>.  Take the picture. The image will be recorded with the  peripheral illumination corrected.
  • Page 175 3 Correction of Lens Aberrations due to Optical CharacteristicsN Chromatic Aberration Correction Select [Chromatic aberr corr]. Select [Enable]. Check that [Correction data  available] is displayed for the attached lens. Select [Enable], then press <0>.  Take the picture. The image will be recorded with the ...
  • Page 176 3 Correction of Lens Aberrations due to Optical CharacteristicsN Since distortion correction is applied, the camera records an image  range narrower than the one seen through the viewfinder. (The image periphery is slightly trimmed and the resolution looks slightly lowered.) Distortion correction will be reflected in the captured image, but it cannot ...
  • Page 177 3 Correction of Lens Aberrations due to Optical CharacteristicsN Lens Correction Data The lens correction data for lens aberration corrections is registered (stored) in the camera. With [Enable] selected, the peripheral illumination correction, chromatic aberration correction, distortion correction, and diffraction correction will be applied automatically. With EOS Utility (EOS software, p.474), you can check which lenses have their correction data registered in the camera.
  • Page 178  distortion correction, and diffraction correction cannot be applied to JPEG images already taken. When using a non-Canon lens, setting the corrections to [Disable] is  recommended, even if [Correction data available] is displayed. The correction amount will be less (except for diffraction correction) if the ...
  • Page 179: Reducing Flicker

    Reducing FlickerN If you shoot an image with a fast shutter speed under a light source such as fluorescent light, the blinking of the light source causes flicker and the image may be vertically unevenly exposed. If continuous shooting is used under these conditions, uneven exposures or colors across the images may result.
  • Page 180 3 Reducing FlickerN Under [54: Custom Functions (C.Fn)], if you set [10: Mirror lockup] to  [1:Enable], the [Anti-flicker shoot.] setting will automatically switch to [Disable]. If the subject is against a dark background or if there is a bright light in ...
  • Page 181: Setting The Color Reproduction Range (Color Space)

    Setting the Color Reproduction RangeN The range of reproducible colors is called “color space”. With this camera, you can set the color space for captured images to sRGB or Adobe RGB. For normal shooting, sRGB is recommended. In Basic Zone modes, [sRGB] is set automatically. Select [Color space].
  • Page 183: Advanced Operations For Photographic Effects

    Advanced Operations for Photographic Effects In Creative Zone modes, you can change various settings of the camera as you desire to obtain a wide variety of shooting results, by selecting the shutter speed and/or aperture, adjusting the exposure as you prefer, etc. The O icon at the upper right of the page title indicates that ...
  • Page 184: D: Program Ae

    d: Program AE The camera automatically sets the shutter speed and aperture to suit the subject’s brightness. This is called Program AE. * <d> stands for Program. * AE stands for Auto Exposure. Set the Mode Dial to <d>. Focus on the subject. Look through the viewfinder and aim ...
  • Page 185 d: Program AE Shooting Tips Change the ISO speed. Use the built-in flash.  To match the subject and ambient lighting level, you can change the ISO speed (p.152) or use the built-in flash (p.204). In the <d> mode, the built-in flash will not fire automatically. Therefore, press the <D>...
  • Page 186: S: Conveying The Subject's Movement (Shutter Priority Ae)

    s: Conveying the Subject’s Movement You can either freeze the action or create motion blur with the <s> (Shutter-priority AE) mode on the Mode Dial. * <s> stands for Time value. Blurred motion Frozen motion (Slow shutter speed: 1/30 sec.) (Fast shutter speed: 1/2000 sec.) Set the Mode Dial to <s>.
  • Page 187 s: Conveying the Subject’s Movement Shooting Tips To freeze the motion of a fast-moving subject  Use a fast shutter speed such as 1/4000 sec. to 1/500 sec. according to the speed of the moving subject. To blur a running child or animal and convey an impression of ...
  • Page 188: F: Changing The Depth Of Field (Aperture Priority Ae)

    f: Changing the Depth of Field To blur the background or to make everything near and far look sharp, set the Mode Dial to <f> (Aperture-priority AE) to adjust the depth of field (range of acceptable focus). * <f> stands for Aperture value (the size of the lens diaphragm opening). Blurred background Sharp foreground and background (With a low aperture f/number: f/5.6)
  • Page 189 f: Changing the Depth of Field Shooting Tips When using an aperture with a high f/number or shooting in low  light scenes, note that camera shake can occur. A higher aperture f/number will make the shutter speed slower. Under low light, the shutter speed can be as long as 30 sec. In such cases, increase the ISO speed and hold the camera steady or use a tripod.
  • Page 190: Depth-Of-Field Preview

    f: Changing the Depth of Field D Using the Built-in Flash To obtain a correct flash exposure, the flash output will be automatically controlled (autoflash) to match the set aperture. The shutter speed will be set automatically within the range of 1/200 sec. - 30 sec. to match the brightness of the scene.
  • Page 191: A: Manual Exposure

    a: Manual Exposure You can set both the shutter speed and aperture manually as desired. While referring to the exposure level indicator in the viewfinder, you can set the exposure as desired. This method is called manual exposure. * <a> stands for Manual. Set the Mode Dial to <a>.
  • Page 192 a: Manual Exposure Exposure Compensation with ISO Auto If the ISO speed is set to [AUTO] for manual exposure shooting, you can set exposure compensation (p.196) as follows:  [z2: Expo.comp./AEB]  [5:Expo comp (hold btn, turn S)] with [13: Assign SET button] under [54: Custom Functions(C.Fn)] (p.397) ...
  • Page 193 a: Manual Exposure BULB: Long (Bulb) Exposures A bulb exposure keeps the shutter open for as long as you hold down the shutter button. It can be used to shoot fireworks and other subjects requiring long exposures. In step 3 on page 191, turn the <6> dial to the left to set <BULB>.
  • Page 194: Changing The Metering Mode

    q Changing the Metering ModeN Four methods (metering modes) to measure the subject’s brightness are provided. Normally, evaluative metering is recommended. In Basic Zone modes, evaluative metering is set automatically. (In the <8: x> and <v: X> modes, center-weighted average metering is set.) Select [Metering mode].
  • Page 195 q Changing the Metering ModeN e Center-weighted average metering The metering is averaged for the entire scene with the screen center weighted more heavily. This metering mode is for advanced experts. With q (Evaluative metering), the exposure setting will be locked when you press the shutter button halfway and focus is achieved.
  • Page 196: Setting The Desired Exposure Compensation

    Setting the Desired Exposure CompensationN Set exposure compensation if the exposure (without flash) does not come out as desired. This feature can be used in Creative Zone modes (except <a>). You can set the exposure compensation up to ±5 stops* in 1/3-stop increments. If the <a>...
  • Page 197: Auto Exposure Bracketing (Aeb)

    Auto Exposure BracketingN This feature takes exposure compensation a step further by varying the exposure automatically in the range of ±2 stops in 1/3-stop increments with three shots as shown below. You can then choose the best exposure. This is called AEB (Auto Exposure Bracketing). Darker exposure Brighter exposure Standard exposure...
  • Page 198 3 Auto Exposure BracketingN Canceling AEB Follow steps 1 and 2 to turn off the AEB range display (set to 0).  The AEB setting will also be canceled automatically if the power  switch is set to <2>, flash recharging is complete, etc. Shooting Tips Using AEB with continuous shooting ...
  • Page 199: A Locking The Exposure (Ae Lock)

    A Locking the ExposureN You can lock the exposure when you want to set the focus and exposure separately or when you are to take multiple shots at the same exposure setting. Press the <A> button to lock the exposure, then recompose and take the picture.
  • Page 200: Mirror Lockup To Reduce Camera Vibration Blur

    Mirror Lockup to Reduce Camera Vibration BlurN You can use the mirror lockup function to prevent the disturbing mechanical vibrations (mirror shock) when shooting with super telephoto lenses or shooting close-ups (macro photography). Mirror lockup is enabled by setting [10: Mirror lockup] to [1:Enable] in [54: Custom Functions (C.Fn)] (p.395).
  • Page 201 Mirror Lockup to Reduce Camera Vibration BlurN Do not point the camera toward an intense light source, such as the sun  or an intense artificial light source. Doing so may damage the image sensor or the camera’s internal components. In very bright light, such as at the beach or a ski slope on a sunny day, ...
  • Page 203: Flash Photography

    Flash Photography This chapter describes how to shoot with built-in flash and external Speedlites (EX-series, sold separately), how to set flash settings on the camera’s menu screen, and how to use the built-in flash for wireless flash photography. Flash cannot be used in movie shooting. (It will not fire.) ...
  • Page 204: D Using The Built-In Flash

    D Using the Built-in Flash In indoor, low light, or backlit conditions in daylight, just raise the built-in flash and press the shutter button to easily take beautiful pictures. In the <d> mode, the shutter speed (1/60 sec. - 1/200 sec.) will be set automatically to prevent camera shake.
  • Page 205 D Using the Built-in Flash Shooting Tips In bright light, decrease the ISO speed.  If the exposure setting in the viewfinder blinks, decrease the ISO speed. Detach the lens hood. Do not get too close to the subject.  If the lens has a hood attached or you are too close to the subject, the bottom of the picture may look dark due to the obstructed flash light.
  • Page 206 D Using the Built-in Flash 3 Flash Exposure CompensationN Set the flash exposure compensation if the brightness of the subject does not come out as desired (so you want to adjust the flash output) in flash photography. You can set the flash exposure compensation up to ±2 stops in 1/3-stop increments.
  • Page 207 Use FE lock in such a case. After setting the flash output for the appropriate subject brightness, you can recompose (put the subject toward the side) and shoot. This feature can also be used with a Canon EX-series Speedlite. * FE stands for Flash Exposure.
  • Page 208 D Using the Built-in Flash Take the picture. Compose the shot and press the  shutter button completely.  The flash is fired, and the picture is taken. If the subject is too far away and the captured image comes out dark, the ...
  • Page 209: D Using An External Speedlite

    D Using an External Speedlite EOS-dedicated, EX-series Speedlites Using an EX-series Speedlite (sold separately) makes flash photography easy. For operation procedures, refer to the EX-series Speedlite’s Instruction Manual. This camera is a Type-A camera that can use all the features of EX-series Speedlites. To set the flash functions and flash Custom Functions on the camera’s menu screen, see pages 211-216.
  • Page 210 Using Non-Canon Flash Units Sync Speed The camera can synchronize with compact, non-Canon flash units at 1/200 sec. or slower shutter speeds. Use a sync speed slower than 1/200 sec. Be sure to test the flash unit beforehand to make sure it synchronizes properly with the camera.
  • Page 211: Setting The Flash Function

    Setting the Flash FunctionN With the built-in flash or an EX-series, external Speedlite compatible with the flash function settings, you can use the camera’s menu screen to set flash functions and the external Speedlite’s Custom Functions. If you use an external Speedlite, attach the Speedlite to the camera and turn on the Speedlite before setting the flash functions.
  • Page 212 3 Setting the Flash FunctionN Flash Sync. Speed in Av Mode You can set the flash-sync speed for flash photography in the aperture-priority AE <f> mode. 4 : Auto  The flash sync speed is set automatically within a range of 1/200 sec.
  • Page 213 3 Setting the Flash FunctionN Displaying the Flash Function Setting Screen Directly When you use the built-in flash or an external, EX-series Speedlite compatible with the flash function settings, you can press the <D> button to directly display the [Built-in flash settings] or [External flash func.
  • Page 214 3 Setting the Flash FunctionN [Built-in flash settings] and [External flash func. setting] You can set the functions in the table below. The functions displayed under [External flash func. setting] vary depending on the Speedlite model. Select [Built-in flash settings] or ...
  • Page 215 3 Setting the Flash FunctionN Flash mode  When using an external Speedlite, you can select the flash mode to suit your desired photographic effects. [E-TTL II] is the standard mode of  EX-series Speedlites for automatic flash photography. [Manual flash] is the mode for ...
  • Page 216 3 Setting the Flash FunctionN Setting the External Speedlite Custom Functions The Custom Functions displayed under [External flash C.Fn setting] vary depending on the Speedlite model. Display the Custom Function. With the camera ready to shoot with  an external Speedlite, select [External flash C.Fn setting], then press <0>.
  • Page 217: Wireless Flash Photography

    Wireless Flash PhotographyN The camera’s built-in flash can work as a master unit for Canon EX- series, external Speedlites equipped with a wireless slave feature. It can wirelessly trigger the Speedlite(s) to fire via optical transmission. Be sure to read the instructions and cautions about wireless flash photography (optical transmission) in the Speedlite’s instruction...
  • Page 218 Wireless Flash PhotographyN *1: If the slave Speedlite does not have a transmission channel setting function, the flash can work regardless of the camera’s channel setting. *2: In small rooms, the slave unit may work even if its wireless sensor does not face the camera.
  • Page 219 Wireless Flash PhotographyN Wireless Flash Photography Configurations The tables below show the possible configurations for wireless flash photography. Select the configuration suiting the subject, shooting conditions, the number of external Speedlites you use, etc. External Speedlite Setting Built-in Page A:B Flash Wireless Flash Quantity...
  • Page 220: Easy Wireless Flash Photography

    Easy Wireless Flash PhotographyN The basics of easy, fully automatic wireless flash photography are described below. Fully Automatic Shooting with One External Speedlite Steps 1 to 4 and 6 apply to all wireless flash photography. Therefore, these steps are omitted in other wireless flash setups described on the pages hereafter.
  • Page 221 Easy Wireless Flash PhotographyN Select [Built-in flash settings]. Select [Built-in flash settings], then  press <0>. Select [EasyWireless]. For [Built-in flash], select  [EasyWireless], then press <0>. Set [Channel]. Set the transmission channel (1-4) to  the same one as the slave unit. Take the picture.
  • Page 222 Easy Wireless Flash PhotographyN Fully Automatic Shooting with Multiple External Speedlites You can have multiple slave units fire as if they were a single Speedlite. This is convenient when you need a large flash output. Basic settings: Flash mode : E-TTL II E-TTL II meter.
  • Page 223: Custom Wireless Flash Photography

    Custom Wireless Flash PhotographyN Fully Automatic Shooting with One External Speedlite and Built-in Flash This is fully automatic wireless flash photography with one external Speedlite and the built-in flash. You can change the flash ratio between the external Speedlite and built-in flash to adjust how the shadows cast on the subject.
  • Page 224 Custom Wireless Flash PhotographyN Fully Automatic Shooting with Multiple External Speedlites Multiple Speedlite slave units can be fired as one flash unit or separated into slave groups for shooting with flash ratio control. The basic settings are shown below. By changing the [Firing group] setting, you can shoot with various wireless flash setups with multiple Speedlites.
  • Page 225 Custom Wireless Flash PhotographyN [1(A:B)] Firing multiple slave units in multiple groups You can divide the slave units into groups A and B, and can change the flash ratio to obtain the desired lighting effect. Refer to the Speedlite’s instruction manual and set one slave unit to firing group A and the other to firing group B.
  • Page 226 Custom Wireless Flash PhotographyN Fully Automatic Shooting with the Built-in Flash and Multiple External Speedlites The built-in flash can also be added to the wireless flash photography described on pages 224-225. The basic settings are shown below. By changing the [Firing group] setting, you can shoot with various wireless flash setups of multiple Speedlites complemented with the built-in flash.
  • Page 227 Custom Wireless Flash PhotographyN Flash Exposure Compensation When [Flash mode] is set to [E-TTL II], flash exposure compensation can be set. The flash exposure compensation settings (see below) that can be set vary depending on the [Wireless func.] and [Firing group] settings.
  • Page 228 Custom Wireless Flash PhotographyN Setting the Flash Output Manually for Wireless Flash Photography When [Flash mode] is set to [Manual flash], flash exposure can be set manually. The flash output settings that can be set ([1flash output], [Group A output], etc.) vary depending on the [Wireless func.] setting (see below).
  • Page 229: Shooting With The Lcd Monitor

    Shooting with the LCD Monitor (Live View Shooting) You can shoot while viewing the image on the camera’s LCD monitor. This is called “Live View shooting”. If you handhold the camera and shoot while viewing the  LCD monitor, camera shake may cause blurred images. Using a tripod is recommended in such cases.
  • Page 230: A Shooting With The Lcd Monitor

    A Shooting with the LCD Monitor Display the Live View image. Press the <A> button.   The Live View image will appear on the LCD monitor. In the <A> mode, the scene icon for the scene detected by the camera is displayed on the upper left of the screen (p.235).
  • Page 231 A Shooting with the LCD Monitor 3 Enabling Live View Shooting Set [z5: Live View shoot.] (the [z1] tab in Basic Zone modes) to [Enable]. Number of Possible Shots with Live View Shooting (Approx. number of shots) Room Temperature Low Temperatures Temperature (23°C / 73°F) (0°C / 32°F)
  • Page 232 A Shooting with the LCD Monitor In the <8: x> mode, Live View shooting is not possible.  In the <8: q> mode, the angle of view changes slightly in Live View  shooting because distortion correction is applied. In the <8: FG> and <v: ABCD> modes, the image area ...
  • Page 233 A Shooting with the LCD Monitor Information Display Each time you press the <B> button, the information display will  change. Battery level Electronic level Maximum burst* AF point (Live 1-point AF) Possible shots Histogram display Shooting mode Quick Control White balance/ AF method White balance...
  • Page 234 A Shooting with the LCD Monitor You can display the electronic level by pressing the <B> button  (p.72). Note that if the AF method is set to [u+Tracking] or the camera is connected to a TV set with an HDMI cable, the electronic level cannot be displayed.
  • Page 235 A Shooting with the LCD Monitor Scene Icons In the <A> shooting mode, the camera detects the scene type and sets everything automatically to suit the scene. The detected scene type is indicated on the upper left of the screen. Subject Portrait Non-Portrait...
  • Page 236 A Shooting with the LCD Monitor *4: Displayed when all the following conditions apply: The shooting scene is dark, it is a night scene, and the camera is mounted on a tripod. *5: Displayed with any of the lenses below: •...
  • Page 237: Shooting Function Settings

    Shooting Function Settings Function settings particular to Live View shooting are described here. Q Quick Control In Creative Zone modes, if you press the <Q> button with the image displayed on the LCD monitor, you can set AF method, AF operation, Drive mode, Metering mode, Image quality, White balance, Picture Style, Auto Lighting Optimizer, and Creative filters.
  • Page 238 Shooting Function Settings Exit the setting. Press <0> or the <Q> button to  finalize the setting and return to Live View shooting. You can also select [2] to return to  Live View shooting. In Creative Zone modes, you can set the ISO speed by pressing the ...
  • Page 239: U Shooting With Creative Filter Effects

    U Shooting with Creative Filter EffectsN While viewing the Live View image, you can apply one of seven filter effects (Grainy B/W, Soft focus, Fish-eye effect, Art bold effect, Water painting effect, Toy camera effect, and Miniature effect) for shooting. The camera saves only the image with the Creative filter applied.
  • Page 240 U Shooting with Creative Filter EffectsN Adjust the filter effect. Press the <B> button (except for  Press the <Y> <Z> keys to adjust  the filter effect, then press <0>. Take the picture.  The image is shot with the filter effect applied.
  • Page 241 U Shooting with Creative Filter EffectsN Creative Filter Characteristics G Grainy B/W  Creates a grainy black-and-white photo. You can change the black- and-white effect by adjusting the contrast. W Soft focus  Gives the image a soft look. You can change the degree of softness by adjusting the blur.
  • Page 242 U Shooting with Creative Filter EffectsN H Toy camera effect  Darkens the photo’s corners and applies a unique color tone that makes it look as if it was shot by a toy camera. You can change the color cast by adjusting the color tone. c Miniature effect ...
  • Page 243: Menu Function Settings

    Menu Function Settings When the camera is set for Live View shooting, menu options exclusive to Live View shooting will appear under the [z5] tab (the [z2] tab in Basic Zone modes). AF method  You can select [u+Tracking], [Smooth zone], or [Live 1-point AF]. See pages 247-256 for the AF method.
  • Page 244: Changing The Autofocus Operation (Af Operation)

    Changing the Autofocus OperationN You can select the AF (autofocus) operation characteristics to suit the shooting conditions or subject. In Basic Zone modes, the optimum AF operation is set automatically for the respective shooting mode. Press the <Q> button.  The Quick Control screen will appear.
  • Page 245 Changing the Autofocus OperationN One-Shot AF for Still Subjects Suited for still subjects. When you press the shutter button halfway, the camera will focus only once. When focus is achieved, the AF point will turn green and the beeper  will sound.
  • Page 246 Changing the Autofocus OperationN Servo AF for Moving Subjects This AF operation is suited for moving subjects. While you hold down the shutter button halfway, the camera keeps focusing on the subject continuously. When the drive mode is set to <o> for high-speed continuous ...
  • Page 247: Focusing With Af (Af Method)

    Focusing with AF Selecting the AF Method You can select an AF method to suit the shooting conditions and your subject. The following AF methods are provided: [u(face)+Tracking] (p.248), [Smooth zone] (p.250), and [Live 1-point AF] (p.252). If you want to achieve precise focus, set the lens’s focus mode switch to <MF>, magnify the image, and focus manually (p.259).
  • Page 248 3 Focusing with AF u(face)+Tracking: c The camera detects and focuses on human faces. If a face moves, the AF point <p> also moves to track the face. Display the Live View image. Press the <A> button.   The Live View image will appear on the LCD monitor.
  • Page 249 3 Focusing with AF Take the picture. Check the focus and exposure, then  press the shutter button completely to take the picture (p.230). Focusing on a subject other than a human face  If you press <0> or the <L> button, the AF point <z> will appear at the center and you can use the <V>...
  • Page 250 3 Focusing with AF Smooth Zone: o The selected Zone AF frame is used to focus. The AF area is larger than with [Live 1-point AF]. Display the Live View image. Press the <A> button.   The Live View image will appear on the LCD monitor.
  • Page 251 3 Focusing with AF Take the picture. Check the focus and exposure, then  press the shutter button completely to take the picture (p.230).
  • Page 252 3 Focusing with AF Live 1-point AF: d The camera focuses with a single AF point. This is effective when you want to focus on a particular subject. Display the Live View image. Press the <A> button.   The Live View image will appear on the LCD monitor.
  • Page 253 3 Focusing with AF Notes for AF AF Operation Even when focus is achieved, pressing the shutter button halfway  will focus again. The image brightness may change during and after the AF  operation. Depending on the subject and shooting conditions, it may take ...
  • Page 254 3 Focusing with AF Shooting Conditions that Make Focusing Difficult Subject with low-contrast such as the blue sky, solid-color flat  surfaces or when highlight or shadow details are clipped. Subjects in low light.  Stripes and other patterns where there is contrast only in the ...
  • Page 255 3 Focusing with AF Magnified View In the [Smooth zone] and [Live 1-point AF] modes, either press the <u> button or tap on [Y] displayed on the bottom right of the screen. You can magnify the image by approx. 5x or 10x and check the focus.
  • Page 256 3 Focusing with AF If focusing is difficult in the magnified view, return to the normal view and  perform AF. If you perform AF in the normal view and then use the magnified view,  accurate focus may not be achieved. AF speed differs between normal view and magnified view.
  • Page 257: Shooting With The Touch Shutter

    x Shooting with the Touch Shutter Just by tapping on the LCD monitor screen, you can focus and take the picture automatically. Display the Live View image. Press the <A> button.   The Live View image will appear on the LCD monitor.
  • Page 258 x Shooting with the Touch Shutter Even if you set the drive mode to <o> or <i>, the camera will still  shoot in the single shooting mode. Even if [AF operation] is set to [Servo AF], tapping on the screen will ...
  • Page 259: Mf: Focusing Manually

    MF: Focusing Manually You can magnify the image and focus precisely with MF (manual focus). Set the lens’s focus mode switch to <MF>. Turn the lens focusing ring to focus  roughly. Display the magnifying frame. Press the <u> button. ...
  • Page 260 MF: Focusing Manually Focus manually. While looking at the magnified image,  turn the lens focusing ring to focus. After achieving focus, press the <u>  button to return to the normal view. Take the picture. Check the focus and exposure, then ...
  • Page 261 General Live View Shooting Cautions Image Quality When you shoot at high ISO speeds, noise (such as dots of light and  banding) may become noticeable. Shooting in high temperatures may cause noise and irregular colors in  the image. If Live View shooting is used continuously for a prolonged period, the ...
  • Page 262 General Live View Shooting Cautions Live View Image Under low- or bright-light conditions, the Live View image may not reflect  the brightness of the captured image. Even if a low ISO speed is set, noise may be noticeable in the displayed ...
  • Page 263: Shooting Movies

    Shooting Movies Movie shooting is enabled by setting the power switch to <k>. For cards that can record movies, see page 8.  If you handhold the camera and shoot movies, camera  shake can cause blurred movies. In such a case, using a tripod is recommended.
  • Page 264: Shooting Movies

    k Shooting Movies Connecting the camera to a TV set is recommended to play back the shot movies (p.357-359). Autoexposure Shooting When the shooting mode is set to any mode other than <a>, autoexposure control will take effect to suit the scene’s current brightness. Set the power switch to <k>.
  • Page 265 k Shooting Movies General Movie Shooting Cautions are on pages 309-310.  If necessary, also read “General Live View Shooting Cautions” on  pages 261-262. In Basic Zone modes (except the <8> and <v> modes), the  shooting result will be the same as with <A>. Also, the scene icon for the scene detected by the camera is displayed on the upper left (p.267).
  • Page 266 k Shooting Movies ISO Speed in Basic Zone Modes The ISO speed will be set automatically within ISO 100 - ISO 12800.  ISO Speed in the <d>, <s>, and <f> Modes The ISO speed will be set automatically within ISO 100 - ISO 12800. ...
  • Page 267 k Shooting Movies Scene Icons During movie shooting in Basic Zone modes (except the <8> and <v> modes), an icon representing the scene detected by the camera will be displayed, and the shooting will be performed to suit the scene. For certain scenes or shooting conditions, the icon displayed may not match the actual scene.
  • Page 268: Manual Exposure Shooting

    k Shooting Movies Manual Exposure Shooting In the <a> mode, you can manually set the shutter speed, aperture, and ISO speed for movie shooting. Using manual exposure to shoot movies is for advanced users. Set the power switch to <k>. ...
  • Page 269 k Shooting Movies Focus and shoot the movie. The procedure is the same as steps 3  and 4 for “Autoexposure Shooting” (p.264). ISO Speed During Manual Exposure Shooting With [AUTO], the ISO speed will be set automatically within  ISO 100 - ISO 12800.
  • Page 270 k Shooting Movies Information Display Each time you press the <B> button, the information display will  change. Movie shooting mode/ AF method Scene icon • c : u+Tracking • o : Smooth zone y : Autoexposure • d : Live 1-point AF (Basic Zone modes) Movie shooting remaining time*/Elapsed time...
  • Page 271 k Shooting Movies You can display the electronic level by pressing the <B> button  (p.72). If the AF method is set to [u+Tracking] or the camera is connected to a  TV set with an HDMI cable (p.357), the electronic level cannot be displayed.
  • Page 272 k Shooting Movies Still Photo Shooting Still photos cannot be taken during movie shooting. To take still photos, stop the movie shooting and take still photos using viewfinder shooting or Live View shooting. Cautions for Movie Shooting Do not point the camera toward an intense light source, such as the sun ...
  • Page 273 k Shooting Movies Notes for Movie Shooting Each time you shoot a movie, a new movie file is created on the card.  The movie image’s field of view is approx. 100% (with movie recording  size set to [1920x1080]). Stereo sound is recorded by the camera’s built-in microphones.
  • Page 274: Shooting Function Settings

    Shooting Function Settings Function settings particular to movie shooting are described here. Q Quick Control If you press the <Q> button when the image is displayed on the LCD monitor, you can set AF method, Movie rec. size, Digital zoom, Movie digital IS, Video snapshot, White balance, Picture Style, Auto Lighting Optimizer, and Creative filters.
  • Page 275: Setting The Movie Recording Size

    Setting the Movie Recording Size With [z1: Movie rec. size], you can set the movie recording size (image size, frame rate, and compression method) and other functions. Movies will be recorded in the MP4 format. Image Size  L 1920x1080 Full High-Definition (Full HD) recording quality.
  • Page 276 3 Setting the Movie Recording Size Compression method  X IPB (Standard) Compresses multiple frames at a time efficiently for recording. Xv IPB (Light) Since the movie is recorded at a low bit rate for playback on various devices, the file size will be smaller than with IPB (Standard). Therefore, you can shoot longer than with IPB (Standard).
  • Page 277 3 Setting the Movie Recording Size Movie Files Exceeding 4 GB Even if you shoot a movie exceeding 4 GB, you can keep shooting without interruption. Using SD/SDHC cards formatted with the camera  If you use the camera to format an SD/SDHC card, the camera will format it in FAT32.
  • Page 278: Using Movie Digital Zoom

    Using Movie Digital Zoom When the recording size is L6/4 (NTSC) or L5 (PAL), you can shoot with an approx. 3x to 10x digital zoom. Set the Mode Dial to a mode other than <8> or <v>. Select [Digital zoom]. Under the [z1] tab, select [Digital ...
  • Page 279: Shooting Hdr Movies

    u Shooting HDR Movies You can shoot movies by reducing the clipped highlight details of bright areas even in high-contrast scenes. The recording size is L6X (NTSC) or L5X (PAL). Set the Mode Dial to <8>. Shoot an HDR movie. Since multiple frames are merged to create an HDR movie, certain parts ...
  • Page 280: Shooting Movies With Creative Filter Effects

    v Shooting Movies with Creative Filter Effects In the <v> (Creative filters) mode, you can shoot movies with one of five filter effects (Dream, Old Movies, Memory, Dramatic B&W, and Miniature effect movie). The recording size can be set to L6/4 (NTSC) or L5 (PAL).
  • Page 281 v Shooting Movies with Creative Filter Effects Adjust the filter effect level. Press the <Q> button and select the  icon below [Creative filters]. Press the <Y> <Z> keys to adjust  the filter effect, then press <0>. When the Miniature effect movie is ...
  • Page 282 v Shooting Movies with Creative Filter Effects k Memory  Creates the atmosphere of a distant memory. Gives the movie a soft look overall, reducing brightness of the periphery of the screen. You can modify the overall saturation and the dark areas along the screen edges by adjusting the filter effect.
  • Page 283 v Shooting Movies with Creative Filter Effects <o> (Miniature Effect Movies) Sound will not be recorded.  Movie Servo AF will not function.  Miniature effect movies whose playback time is shorter than 1 sec.  cannot be edited (p.352).
  • Page 284: N Shooting Time-Lapse Movies

    N Shooting Time-lapse Movies Images shot at a set interval can be stitched together automatically to create a movie file. A time-lapse movie shows how a subject changes in a much shorter period of time than the actual time it took. It is effective for a fixed-point observation of changing scenery, growing plants, etc.
  • Page 285 N Shooting Time-lapse Movies Set the shooting interval and number of shots. Check the [k: Time required] and  [3: Playback time] displayed at the bottom of the screen to set the shooting interval and number of shots. Set the shooting interval ...
  • Page 286 N Shooting Time-lapse Movies Set whether to turn off the LCD monitor automatically. Select [LCD auto off] and set.  Disable  The Live View image will remain displayed during shooting. Note that the LCD monitor will turn off when approx. 30 min. elapse after the shooting started.
  • Page 287 N Shooting Time-lapse Movies Time required  Indicates the time required to shoot the set number of shots with the set interval. If it exceeds 24 hours, “*** days” will be displayed. Playback time  Indicates the recording time (time required to play back the movie) when shooting with the set intervals to create the movie in “L 6 W (NTSC)”...
  • Page 288 N Shooting Time-lapse Movies Using a tripod is recommended.  To cancel the time-lapse movie shooting, press the <A> button. (The  setting will be switched to [Disable].) The time-lapse movie shot so far will be recorded on the card. You can play back the shot time-lapse movie with this camera the same ...
  • Page 289 N Shooting Time-lapse Movies During time-lapse movie shooting, auto power off will not take effect.  Also, you cannot adjust the shooting function and menu function settings, play back images, etc. Sound is not recorded for time-lapse movies.  If the next scheduled shot is not possible, it will be skipped. This may ...
  • Page 290 N Shooting Time-lapse Movies You can shoot time-lapse movies with a fully-charged Battery Pack LP-E17 as shown in the table below (approx. time from start of shooting until the battery becomes exhausted). The possible shooting time will vary depending on the shooting conditions. Total Possible Time for Time-lapse Movie Shooting (Approx.) LCD Monitor...
  • Page 291: Shooting Video Snapshots

    Shooting Video Snapshots You can shoot a series of short movie clips lasting approx. 2 sec., 4 sec., or 8 sec. called video snapshots. The video snapshots can be joined together into a single movie called a video snapshot album. You can thereby show short and quick highlights of a trip or event.
  • Page 292 3 Shooting Video Snapshots Select [Album settings]. Select [Create a new album]. Select the snapshot length. Press <0> and use the <W> <X>  keys to select the snapshot’s length, then press <0>. Select [OK]. Press the <M> button to exit the ...
  • Page 293 3 Shooting Video Snapshots Creating a Video Snapshot Album Shoot the first video snapshot. Press the <A> button, then shoot.   The blue bar indicating the shooting duration will gradually decrease. After the set shooting duration elapses, the shooting stops automatically. ...
  • Page 294 3 Shooting Video Snapshots Options in Steps 9 and 10 Function Description The movie clip will be saved as the video J Save as album (Step 9) snapshot album’s first video snapshot. The video snapshot just recorded will be J Add to album (Step 10) added to the album recorded immediately before.
  • Page 295 3 Shooting Video Snapshots [Playback video snapshot] Operations in Steps 9 and 10 Function Playback Description By pressing <0>, you can play back or pause the video Play snapshot recorded immediately before. First frame Displays the first scene of the album’s first video snapshot. Each time you press <0>, the video snapshot skips back Skip backward* by a few seconds.
  • Page 296 3 Shooting Video Snapshots Adding to an Existing Album Select [Add to existing album]. Follow step 5 on page 292 to select  [Add to existing album], then press <0>. Select an existing album. Press the <Y> <Z> keys to select ...
  • Page 297 3 Shooting Video Snapshots Cautions for Shooting Video Snapshots You can add to an album only the video snapshots with the same  duration (approx. 2 sec., 4 sec., or 8 sec. each). Note that if you do any of the following while shooting video snapshots, a ...
  • Page 298 3 Shooting Video Snapshots Playing Back an Album You can play back a video snapshot album in the same way as a normal movie (p.350). Play back the movie. Press the <x> button to display an  image. Select the album. In the single-image display, the ...
  • Page 299 3 Shooting Video Snapshots Editing an Album After shooting, you can rearrange, delete, or play back the video snapshots in the album. Select [X]. On the movie playback panel  displayed, select [X] (Edit), then press <0>.  The editing screen will be displayed. Select an editing operation.
  • Page 300 3 Shooting Video Snapshots Save the edited album. Press the <M> button to return to  the Editing panel at the screen bottom. Select [W] (Save), then press <0>.   The save screen will appear. To save it as a new album, select ...
  • Page 301: Menu Function Settings

    Menu Function Settings When the power switch is set to <k>, the [z1], [z4], and [z5] tabs will be displayed as the menu options exclusive to movie shooting (the [z1], [z2], and [z3] tabs in Basic Zone modes). Movie recording size ...
  • Page 302 3 Menu Function Settings [Sound rec./Rec. level] options [Auto] : The sound-recording level is adjusted automatically. Auto level control will operate automatically in response to the sound level. [Manual] : For advanced users. You can adjust the sound- recording level to one of 64 levels. Select [Rec.
  • Page 303 3 Menu Function Settings Lens aberration correctionN  You can set peripheral illumination correction and chromatic aberration correction. For details, see page 173. Lens electronic MFN  When a lens equipped with an electronic manual focusing function is used, see page 122. Movie Servo AF ...
  • Page 304 3 Menu Function Settings Cautions When [Movie Servo AF] is Set to [Enable] Shooting Conditions that Make Focusing Difficult  • A fast-moving subject approaching or moving away from the camera. • A subject moving at a close distance in front of the camera. •...
  • Page 305 3 Menu Function Settings Grid display  With [3x3 l] or [6x4 m], you can display grid lines to help you level the camera vertically or horizontally. Also, with [3x3+diag n], the grid is displayed together with diagonal lines to help you compose with better balance by aligning the intersections over the subject.
  • Page 306 3 Menu Function Settings Video snapshot  You can shoot video snapshots. For details, see page 291. Time-lapse movie  You can shoot time-lapse movies. For details, see page 284. Remote control shooting  When [Enable] is set, you can start or stop movie shooting using Wireless Remote Control BR-E1 (sold separately, p.409) or Remote Controller RC-6 (sold separately, p.412).
  • Page 307 When Movie digital IS is set, the size of AF points will also change.  When using a tripod, setting Movie digital IS to [Disable] is recommended.  Certain lenses do not support this function. For details, refer to the Canon  Web site.
  • Page 308 3 Menu Function Settings ISO Speed During Movie ShootingN You can set the ISO speed separately for still photo shooting and movie shooting. Set under the [z2] tab. [kISO speed]  In manual exposure, you can set the ISO speed (p.269). [kISO Auto] ...
  • Page 309 General Movie Shooting Cautions Red <E> Internal Temperature Warning Icon If the camera’s internal temperature increases due to prolonged movie  shooting or under a high ambient temperature, a red <E> icon will appear. The red <E> icon indicates that movie shooting will soon be terminated ...
  • Page 310 General Movie Shooting Cautions Recording and Image Quality If you use a card with a slow writing speed, a five-level  indicator may appear on the right of the screen during movie shooting. It indicates how much data has not yet been written to the card (remaining capacity of the internal buffer memory).
  • Page 311: Handy Features

    Handy Features Disabling the Beeper (p.312)  Card Reminder (p.312)  Setting the Image Review Time (p.313)  Setting the Auto Power Off Time (p.313)  Adjusting the LCD Monitor Brightness (p.314)  Creating and Selecting a Folder (p.315)  File Numbering Methods (p.317) ...
  • Page 312: Handy Features

    Handy Features 3 Disabling the Beeper You can prevent the beeper from sounding when focus is achieved, during self-timer shooting, and during touch operations. Under the [53] tab, select [Beep], then press <0>. Select [Disable], then press <0>. To silence the beeper only for touch operations, select [Touch n].
  • Page 313: Setting The Image Review Time

    Handy Features 3 Setting the Image Review Time You can change how long the image is displayed on the LCD monitor immediately after shooting. If [Off] is set, the image will not be displayed immediately after shooting. If [Hold] is set, the image review will be displayed up until the [Auto power off] time has elapsed.
  • Page 314: Adjusting The Lcd Monitor Brightness

    Handy Features 3 Adjusting the LCD Monitor Brightness You can adjust the brightness of the LCD monitor to make it easier to view. Under the [52] tab, select [LCD brightness], then press <0>. Press the <Y> <Z> keys to adjust the brightness on the adjustment screen, then press <0>.
  • Page 315: Creating And Selecting A Folder

    Handy Features 3 Creating and Selecting a Folder You can freely create and select the folder where the captured images are to be saved. This operation is optional since a folder will be created automatically for saving captured images. Creating a Folder Select [Select folder].
  • Page 316 Handy Features Selecting a Folder With the folder selection screen  Lowest file number displayed, select a folder and press Number of images in folder <0>.  The folder where the captured images will be saved is selected. Subsequently captured images will ...
  • Page 317: File Numbering Methods

    Handy Features 3 File Numbering Methods The image files will be numbered from 0001 to 9999 in the order the images are taken, then saved in a folder. You can change how the file number is assigned. The file number will appear on your computer in this format: IMG_0001.JPG.
  • Page 318 Handy Features [Auto reset]: When you wish to restart the file numbering from  0001 each time the card is replaced or a new folder is created. When you replace the card or create a folder, the file numbering restarts from 0001 for the new images saved. This is useful if you want to organize images by cards or folders.
  • Page 319 Handy Features [Manual reset]: When you wish to reset the file numbering to  0001 or to start from file number 0001 in a new folder. In [File numbering] under the [51] tab, select [Manual reset], then select [OK] on the confirmation dialog. When you reset the file numbering manually, a new folder is created automatically and the file numbering of images saved to that folder starts from 0001.
  • Page 320: Setting The Copyright Information

    Handy Features 3 Setting the Copyright InformationN When you set the copyright information, it will be appended to the image as Exif information. Select [Copyright information]. Under the [54] tab, select [Copyright  information], then press <0>. Select the item to be set. Select [Enter author’s name] or ...
  • Page 321 Handy Features Checking the Copyright Information When you select [Display copyright info.] in step 2, you can check the [Author] and [Copyright] information that you entered. Deleting the Copyright Information When you select [Delete copyright information] in step 2, you can delete the [Author] and [Copyright] information.
  • Page 322: Auto Rotation Of Vertical Images

    Handy Features 3 Auto Rotation of Vertical Images Images shot in vertical orientation are rotated automatically to the proper orientation for viewing, so they will not be displayed in horizontal orientation when played back on the camera’s LCD monitor or viewed on a computer screen. You can change the setting of this feature.
  • Page 323: Reverting The Camera To The Default Settings

    Handy Features 3 Reverting the Camera to the Default SettingsN The camera’s shooting function settings and menu settings can be reverted to their defaults. This option is available in Creative Zone modes. Select [Clear settings]. Under the [54] tab, select [Clear ...
  • Page 324 Handy Features Shooting Function Settings Image Recording Settings <8> mode q (Group Photo) Image quality <v> mode G (Grainy B/W) Aspect ratio 3 : 2 AF operation One-Shot AF Picture Style Auto AF area selection mode Auto selection AF Auto Lighting Standard Optimizer Drive mode...
  • Page 325 Handy Features Camera Settings Live View Shooting Settings Auto power off 10 sec/30 sec Live View shooting Enable Beep Enable AF method u+Tracking AF operation Release shutter Enable without card Touch Shutter Disable Image review time 2 sec. Metering timer 8 sec.
  • Page 326: Turning The Lcd Monitor Off/On

    Handy Features 3 Turning the LCD Monitor Off/On You can set the camera so that the LCD monitor does not turn off and on as you press the shutter button halfway (or press the <A> button/ depth-of-field preview button). Under the [52] tab, select [LCD off/on btn], then press <0>.
  • Page 327: Automatic Sensor Cleaning

    f Automatic Sensor Cleaning Whenever you set the power switch to <1> or <2>, the Self Cleaning Sensor Unit is activated to automatically shake off any dust on the front of the sensor. Normally, you need not pay attention to this operation.
  • Page 328 f Automatic Sensor Cleaning Disabling Automatic Sensor Cleaning In step 2, select [Auto cleaningf] and set it to [Disable].   The sensor will no longer be cleaned when you set the power switch to <1> or <2>.
  • Page 329: Appending Dust Delete Data

    Appending Dust Delete DataN Normally, the Self Cleaning Sensor Unit will eliminate most of the dust that may be visible on captured images. However, for the case where visible dust still remains, you can append the Dust Delete Data to the image for erasing the dust spots later.
  • Page 330 3 Appending Dust Delete DataN Shoot a solid-white object. At a distance of 20 cm - 30 cm  (0.7 ft. - 1.0 ft.), fill the viewfinder with a patternless, solid-white object and take a picture.  The picture will be taken in aperture- priority AE mode at an aperture of f/22.
  • Page 331: Manual Sensor Cleaning

    Before cleaning the sensor, detach the lens from the camera. The image sensor is extremely delicate. If the sensor needs to be cleaned directly, having it done by a Canon Service Center is recommended. Select [Sensor cleaning].
  • Page 332 If the battery level becomes low while cleaning the sensor, the beeper  will sound as a warning. Stop cleaning the sensor. If a smudge that cannot be removed with a blower remains, having the  sensor cleaned by a Canon Service Center is recommended.
  • Page 333: Image Playback

    Image Playback This chapter describes advanced usage of the playback methods described in Chapter 2 “Basic Shooting and Image Playback,” how to play back and erase the captured images (still photos/movies), how to view them on a TV screen, and other playback-related functions. Images shot and saved with another device The camera may not be able to properly display images captured with a different camera, edited with a computer, or that have had their...
  • Page 334: Searching For Images Quickly

    x Searching for Images Quickly H Display Multiple Images on One Screen (Index Display) Search for images quickly with the index display showing 4, 9, 36, or 100 images on one screen. Play back the image. When you press the <x> button, ...
  • Page 335 x Searching for Images Quickly Jumping through Images (Jump Display) In the single-image display, you can turn the <6> dial to jump through the images forward or backward according to the jump method set. Select [Image jump w/6]. Under the [x2] tab, select [Image ...
  • Page 336 x Searching for Images Quickly Browse by jumping. Press the <x> button to play back  images. In the single-image display, turn the  <6> dial.  You can browse by the set method. Jump method Playback position...
  • Page 337: U/Y Magnifying Images

    u/y Magnifying Images You can magnify a captured image by approx. 1.5x to 10x on the LCD monitor. Magnify the image. Press the <u> button during image  playback.  The image will be magnified. If you hold down the <u> button, the ...
  • Page 338: Playing Back With The Touch Screen

    d Playing Back with the Touch Screen The LCD monitor is a touch-sensitive panel that you can touch with your fingers for various playback operations. First, press the <x> button to play back images. Browsing Images Swipe with one finger. With single-image display, touch the ...
  • Page 339 d Playing Back with the Touch Screen Reducing Image (Index Display) Pinch two fingers. Touch the screen with two fingers spread apart, and pinch your fingers together on the screen. Each time you pinch your fingers, the  single-image display will change to the index display.
  • Page 340: Rotating The Image

    b Rotating the Image You can rotate the displayed image to the desired orientation. Select [Rotate image]. Under the [x1] tab, select [Rotate  image], then press <0>. Select an image. Press the <Y> <Z> keys to select  the image to be rotated. You can also select an image in the ...
  • Page 341: Setting Ratings

    Setting Ratings You can rate images (still photos and movies) with one of the five rating marks: l/m/n/o/p. This function is called rating. Rating a Single Image Select [Rating]. Under the [x2] tab, select [Rating],  then press <0>. Select [Select images]. ...
  • Page 342 3 Setting Ratings Specifying the Range You can specify the range of images to rate all the images in the range at once. Select [Select range]. Select [Select range] in [x2:  Rating], then press <0>. Specify the range of images. Select the first image, then press ...
  • Page 343 3 Setting Ratings Specifying All Images in a Folder or on a Card You can rate all the images in a folder or on a card at once. When you select [All images in folder] or [All images on card] in [x2: Rating], all the images in the folder or on the card will be specified.
  • Page 344: Setting Image Search Conditions

    Setting Image Search Conditions You can search for images by specifying the conditions and display the filtered images. You can also play back in a slide show, protect, or erase all the found images at once. Select [Set image search conditions].
  • Page 345 3 Setting Image Search Conditions Implement the search conditions. Press <0>.   Read the message that appears and select [OK]. Display the found images. Press the <x> button to play back  images.  Images that match the set conditions will appear in a yellow frame.
  • Page 346: Q Quick Control For Playback

    Q Quick Control for Playback During playback, you can press the <Q> button to set the following: [J: Protect images], [b: Rotate image], [9: Rating], [U: Creative filters], [S: Resize (JPEG images only)], [N: Cropping], [T: AF point display], [e: Image jump w/6], [t: Image search], and [q: Send images to smartphone*].
  • Page 347 Q Quick Control for Playback To rotate an image, set [51: Auto rotate] to [OnzD]. If [51: Auto rotate] is set to [OnD] or [Off], the [b Rotate image] setting will be recorded to the image, but the camera will not rotate the image for display. Pressing the <Q>...
  • Page 348: Enjoying Movies

    k Enjoying Movies The three main ways to play back and enjoy movies are as follows: Playback on a TV Set (p.357) By connecting the camera to a TV set with an HDMI cable, you can play back the camera’s movies and still photos on the TV set.
  • Page 349 k Enjoying Movies Playback and Editing with a Computer The movie files recorded on the card can be transferred to a computer and played back or edited with pre-installed or general-purpose software compatible with the movie’s recording format. To play back or edit a movie with commercially-available software, use software compatible with MOV-format and MP4-format movies.
  • Page 350: Playing Back Movies

    k Playing Back Movies Play back the image. Press the <x> button to display an  image. Select a movie. Press the <Y> <Z> keys to select  the movie to be played back. In the single-image display, the  <s1>...
  • Page 351 k Playing Back Movies Movie Playback Panel Operation Playback Description 7 Play Pressing <0> toggles between play and stop. Adjust the slow motion speed by pressing the <Y> <Z> 8 Slow motion keys. The slow motion speed is indicated on the upper right of the screen.
  • Page 352: Editing A Movie's First And Last Scenes

    X Editing a Movie’s First and Last Scenes Playback with the Touch Screen Tap [7] at the center of the screen.  The movie will start playing back. To display the movie playback panel,  tap <s1> on the upper left of the screen.
  • Page 353 X Editing a Movie’s First and Last Scenes Check the edited movie. Select [7] and press <0> to play  back the edited movie. To change the edited part, go back to  step 2. To cancel the editing, press the ...
  • Page 354: Slide Show (Auto Playback)

    Slide Show (Auto Playback) You can automatically play back all the images on the card one after another. Select [Slide show]. Under the [x2] tab, select [Slide  show], then press <0>. Configure [Set up] as desired. Number of images to be played back Press the <W>...
  • Page 355 3 Slide Show (Auto Playback) Start the slide show. Press the <W> <X> keys to select  [Start], then press <0>.  After [Loading image...] is displayed, the slide show will start. Exit the slide show. To exit the slide show and return to ...
  • Page 356 3 Slide Show (Auto Playback) Selecting the Background Music After you use EOS Utility (EOS software) to copy background music to the card, you can play background music together with the slide show. Select [Background music]. Set [Background music] to [On], ...
  • Page 357: Viewing Images On A Tv Set

    Viewing Images on a TV Set By connecting the camera to a TV set with an HDMI cable, you can play the camera’s still photos and movies on the TV set. For the HDMI cable, HDMI Cable HTC-100 (sold separately) is recommended. If the picture does not appear on the TV screen, check if the [53: Video system] is correctly set to [For NTSC] or [For PAL] (depending on the video system of your TV set).
  • Page 358 Viewing Images on a TV Set Adjust movie sound volume with the TV set. The sound volume cannot  be adjusted with the camera. Before connecting or disconnecting the cable between the camera and  TV set, turn off the camera and TV set. Depending on the TV set, part of the image displayed may be cut off.
  • Page 359 Viewing Images on a TV Set Select an image. Point the remote control toward the  TV set and press the / button to select an image. Press the remote control’s Enter Still photo playback menu button.  The menu appears and you can perform the playback operations Movie playback menu shown on the left.
  • Page 360: K Protecting Images

    K Protecting Images You can protect important images from being accidentally erased by the camera’s erase function. 3 Protecting a Single Image Select [Protect images]. Under the [31] tab, select [Protect  images], then press <0>. Select [Select images].  An image is displayed.
  • Page 361 K Protecting Images 3 Specifying the Range of Images to be Protected You can specify the range of images to protect all the images in the range at once. Select [Select range]. Select [Select range] in [x1:  Protect images], then press <0>. Specify the range of images.
  • Page 362 K Protecting Images 3 Protecting All Images in a Folder or on a Card You can protect all the images in a folder or on a card at once. When you select [All images in folder] or [All images on card] in [31: Protect images], all the images in the folder or on the card will be protected.
  • Page 363: L Erasing Images

    L Erasing Images You can either select and erase unnecessary images one by one or erase them in one batch. Protected images (p.360) will not be erased. Once an image is erased, it cannot be recovered. Make sure you no longer need the image before erasing it.
  • Page 364 L Erasing Images Select [Select and erase images].  An image is displayed. Select the images to be erased. Press the <Y> <Z> keys to select  the image to be erased, then press <0>.  A checkmark <X> will be displayed on the upper left of the screen.
  • Page 365 L Erasing Images 3 Specifying the Range of Images to be Erased You can specify the range of images to erase all the images in the range at once. Select [Select range]. Select [Select range] in [31: Erase  images], then press <0>. Specify the range of images.
  • Page 366: W Digital Print Order Format (Dpof)

    W Digital Print Order Format (DPOF) DPOF (Digital Print Order Format) enables you to print images recorded on the card according to your printing instructions such as the image selection, quantity to print, etc. You can print multiple images in one batch or create a print order for a photofinisher.
  • Page 367 W Digital Print Order Format (DPOF) [Print type] [Date] [File No.] K Standard Prints one image on one sheet. Multiple thumbnail images are printed on L Index Print type one sheet. Both Prints both the standard and index prints. [On] imprints the recorded date of the captured Date image.
  • Page 368 W Digital Print Order Format (DPOF) 3 Specifying Images for Printing Selecting Images  Select and specify the images one by one. By pressing the <I> button, you can select images from a three-image display. To return to the single-image display, press the <u>...
  • Page 369 W Digital Print Order Format (DPOF) Specify the range of images. Select the first image, then press  <0>. Select the last image, then press  <0>.  The [X] icon will appear on the selected images. One copy of all the specified images will be set for printing.
  • Page 370: Specifying Images For A Photobook

    p Specifying Images for a Photobook You can specify up to 998 images to be printed in a photobook. When you use EOS Utility (EOS software) to transfer images to a computer, the specified images will be copied to a dedicated folder. This function is useful for ordering photobooks online.
  • Page 371 p Specifying Images for a Photobook 3 Specifying the Range You can specify the range of images to select all the images in the range at once. Select [Select range]. In [Multiple] under [x1: Photobook  Set-up], select [Select range], then press <0>.
  • Page 372 p Specifying Images for a Photobook 3 Specifying All Images in a Folder or on a Card You can also specify all the images in a folder or on a card at once. When [Multiple] under [x1: Photobook Set-up] is set to [All images in folder] or [All images on card], all the images in the folder or on the card will be specified.
  • Page 373: B: Shooting Information Display

    B: Shooting Information Display The information displayed varies depending on the shooting mode and settings. Sample Information for Still Photos Basic information display  Bluetooth function Wi-Fi function Eye-Fi transfer completed Wi-Fi signal strength/ Rating Eye-Fi transmission status Protect images Battery level Playback number/ Folder number -...
  • Page 374 B: Shooting Information Display Shooting information display  • Detailed information Exposure compensation amount Histogram (Brightness/RGB) Shooting date and time Aperture ISO speed Shutter speed Scroll bar Shooting mode Highlight tone priority Metering mode White balance File size Auto Lighting Flash exposure compensation Optimizer amount / Multi Shot Noise...
  • Page 375 B: Shooting Information Display • Lens / Histogram information Histogram display (Brightness) Lens name Histogram display (RGB) Focal length • White balance information • Picture Style information 1 • Picture Style information 2 • Color space / Noise reduction information •...
  • Page 376 B: Shooting Information Display Sample Movie Information Display Playback Aperture Shutter speed Movie shooting mode/ Creative filters/ Time-lapse movie Movie digital IS Recording format Movie file size Movie recording size Shooting time, Playback time Frame rate Compression method * If manual exposure is used, the shutter speed, aperture, and ISO speed (when set manually) will be displayed.
  • Page 377 B: Shooting Information Display Highlight Alert  When the shooting information is displayed, overexposed and clipped highlights will blink. To obtain a better result for the blinking areas where you want the gradation to be faithfully reproduced, set the exposure compensation to a negative amount and shoot again. Histogram ...
  • Page 379: Post-Processing Images

    Post-Processing Images After taking a picture, you can apply a filter effect, resize the JPEG image (reduce the pixel count), or crop the JPEG image. The camera may not be able to process images taken with  another camera. Post-processing of images as described in this chapter cannot ...
  • Page 380: U Applying Creative Filter Effects

    U Applying Creative Filter Effects You can apply the following Creative filters to an image and save it as a new image: Grainy B/W, Soft focus, Fish-eye effect, Art bold effect, Water painting effect, Toy camera effect, and Miniature effect. Select [Creative filters].
  • Page 381 U Applying Creative Filter Effects Save the image. Select [OK] to save the image.  Check the destination folder and  image file number, then select [OK]. To apply a filter to another image,  repeat steps 2 to 5. When shooting 1+73 or 1 image, the Creative filter will be applied ...
  • Page 382 U Applying Creative Filter Effects Y Art bold effect  Makes the photo look like an oil painting and the subject look more three-dimensional. You can adjust the contrast and saturation. Note that subjects such as the sky or white walls may not be rendered with a smooth gradation and may look irregular or have significant noise.
  • Page 383: S Resizing Jpeg Images

    S Resizing JPEG Images You can resize a JPEG image to make the pixel count lower and save it as a new image. Resizing an image is possible only with JPEG 3, 4, and a images. JPEG b and RAW images cannot be resized. Select [Resize].
  • Page 384 S Resizing JPEG Images Resize Options by Original Image Quality Available Resize Settings Original Image Quality Image Sizes The image sizes by aspect ratios are shown in the table below. Aspect Ratio and Pixel Count (Approx.) Image Quality 16:9 3984x2656 3552x2664 3984x2240* 2656x2656...
  • Page 385: N Cropping Jpeg Images

    N Cropping JPEG Images You can crop a captured JPEG image and save it as another image. Images shot in RAW cannot be cropped. JPEG images shot with 1+73 can be cropped. Select [Cropping]. Under the [x2] tab, select  [Cropping], then press <0>.
  • Page 386 N Cropping JPEG Images Moving the Cropping Frame Press the <W> <X> or <Y> <Z> keys.   The cropping frame will move up, down, left, or right. You can also touch the cropping frame and drag it to the desired ...
  • Page 387: Customizing The Camera

    Customizing the Camera You can make fine adjustments to various camera functions to suit your picture-taking preferences with Custom Functions. Custom Functions can be set and work only in Creative Zone modes.
  • Page 388: Setting Custom Functions

    Setting Custom FunctionsN Select [Custom Functions(C.Fn)]. Under the [54] tab, select [Custom  Functions(C.Fn)], then press <0>. Select the Custom Function Custom Function number number. Press the <Y> <Z> keys to select  the Custom Function number, then press <0>. Change the setting as desired.
  • Page 389 3 Setting Custom FunctionsN Custom Functions A LV k Movie Shooting Shooting C.Fn I: Exposure 1 Exposure level increments 2 ISO expansion p.390 3 Exposure compensation auto cancel C.Fn II: Image 4 Highlight tone priority p.391 C.Fn III: Autofocus/Drive 5 AF-assist beam firing p.392 6 AF area selection method p.393...
  • Page 390: Custom Function Setting Items

    Custom Function Setting ItemsN Custom Functions are organized into four groups based on the function type: C.Fn I: Exposure, C.Fn II: Image, C.Fn III: Autofocus/Drive, C.Fn IV: Operation/Others. C.Fn I: Exposure C.Fn-1 Exposure level increments 0: 1/3-stop 1: 1/2-stop Sets 1/2-stop increments for the shutter speed, aperture, exposure compensation, AEB, flash exposure compensation, etc.
  • Page 391: C.fn Ii: Image

    3 Custom Function Setting ItemsN C.Fn II: Image C.Fn-4 Highlight tone priority 0: Disable 1: Enable Highlight details are improved. The dynamic range is expanded from the standard 18% gray to bright highlights. The gradation between the grays and highlights becomes smoother. With setting 1, the Auto Lighting Optimizer (p.169) is automatically set to ...
  • Page 392: C.fn Iii: Autofocus/Drive

    3 Custom Function Setting ItemsN C.Fn III: Autofocus/Drive C.Fn-5 AF-assist beam firing Enables or disables the built-in flash’s AF-assist beam or the EOS- dedicated external Speedlite’s AF-assist beam. 0: Enable The AF-assist beam will be emitted when necessary. 1: Disable The AF-assist beam will not be emitted.
  • Page 393 3 Custom Function Setting ItemsN C.Fn-6 AF area selection method You can set the method for changing the AF area selection mode. 0: S 9 AF area selection button After you press the <S> or <B> button, each time you press the <B>...
  • Page 394 3 Custom Function Setting ItemsN C.Fn-8 AF point display during focus You can set whether or not to display the AF point(s) in the following cases: 1. when selecting the AF point(s), 2. when the camera is ready to shoot (before AF operation), 3. during AF operation, and 4. when focus is achieved.
  • Page 395: C.fn Iv: Operation/Others

    3 Custom Function Setting ItemsN C.Fn-10 Mirror lockup 0: Disable 1: Enable You can prevent the camera vibration blur due to the mechanical vibrations (mirror shock) inside the camera during shooting with super telephoto lenses or shooting close-ups (macro photography). See page 200 for the mirror lockup procedure. C.Fn IV: Operation/Others C.Fn-11 Warnings z in viewfinder...
  • Page 396 3 Custom Function Setting ItemsN C.Fn-12 Shutter/AE lock button 0: AF/AE lock 1: AE lock/AF This is convenient when you want to focus and meter separately. Press the <A> button to autofocus, and press the shutter button halfway to apply AE lock. 2: AF/AF lock, no AE lock During AI Servo AF (or Servo AF for Live View shooting), you can press the <A>...
  • Page 397 3 Custom Function Setting ItemsN C.Fn-13 Assign SET button You can assign a frequently-used function to <0>. When the camera is ready to shoot, pressing the <0> button will display the respective function setting screen. 0: Normal (disabled) 1: Image quality The image quality setting screen will appear.
  • Page 398 3 Custom Function Setting ItemsN C.Fn-15 Retract lens on power off This is the setting for the lens retraction mechanism when a gear- driven STM lens (such as EF40mm f/2.8 STM) is attached to the camera. You can set it to retract the extended lens automatically when the camera’s power switch is set to <2>.
  • Page 399: Registering My Menu

    Registering My MenuN Under My Menu tab, you can register menu items and Custom Functions whose settings you change frequently. You can also name the registered menu tabs, and press the <M> button to display the My Menu tab first. When [s: Menu display] is set to [Guided], the [9] tab will not be displayed.
  • Page 400 3 Registering My MenuN Select [Select items to register]. Register the desired items. Select the desired item, then press  <0>. Select [OK] on the confirmation  dialog. You can register up to six items.  To return to the screen in step 2, ...
  • Page 401 3 Registering My MenuN Delete tab  You can delete the My Menu tab currently displayed. Select [Delete tab] to delete the [MY MENU*] tab. Rename tab  You can rename the My Menu tab from [MY MENU*]. Select [Rename tab]. Enter text.
  • Page 402 3 Registering My MenuN Deleting All My Menu Tabs / Deleting All Items You can delete all the created My Menu tabs or My Menu items registered under them. Delete all My Menu tabs  You can delete all My Menu tabs you created. When you select [Delete all My Menu tabs], all the tabs from [MY MENU1] to [MY MENU5] will be deleted and the [9] tab will revert to its default.
  • Page 403 3 Registering My MenuN Menu Display Settings You can select [Menu display] to set the menu screen that is to appear first when you press the <M> button. Normal display  Displays the last displayed menu screen. Display from My Menu tab ...
  • Page 405: Reference

    Reference This chapter provides reference information for camera features, system accessories, etc. Certification Logo Select [54: Certification Logo Display] and press <0> to display some of the logos of the camera’s certifications. Other certification logos can be found in this Instruction Manual, on the camera body, and on the camera’s package.
  • Page 406: B Button Functions

    B Button Functions When you press the <B> button with the camera being ready to shoot, you can toggle the display between the electronic level and Quick Control screen. Electronic level Quick Control screen...
  • Page 407: Checking The Battery Information

    (Red) : Purchasing a new battery is recommended. Using a genuine Canon Battery Pack LP-E17 is recommended. If you use batteries that are not genuine Canon products, the camera’s full performance may not be attained or malfunction may result. If a battery communication error message is displayed, follow the...
  • Page 408: Using A Household Power Outlet

    Using a Household Power Outlet You can power the camera with a household power outlet by using the DC Coupler DR-E18 and AC Adapter AC-E6N (each sold separately). Connect the DC coupler’s plug. Connect the DC coupler’s plug to the ...
  • Page 409: Remote Control Shooting

    Remote Control Shooting Wireless Remote Control BR-E1 (Sold Separately)  You can use a Bluetooth connection with Bluetooth low energy technology-compatible Wireless Remote Control BR-E1 for remote control operations. In order to use the BR-E1, you first need to pair the camera and remote controller (registering the device to the camera).
  • Page 410 Remote Control Shooting Select [Pairing]. Select [Pairing], then press <0>.  Press and hold the <W> button and  <T> button simultaneously for 3 sec. or more.  Pairing starts. After the pairing is complete, the remote controller is registered to the camera. For operations after the pairing is ...
  • Page 411 Remote Control Shooting Select [Bluetooth function]. Select [Check/clear connection info]. Press the <B> button. Bluetooth address of the remote controller [Connecting...] is displayed when the remote controller is not being operated. Clear the connection information. Select [OK], then press <0>. ...
  • Page 412 Remote Control Shooting Remote Controller RC-6 (Sold Separately) This remote controller enables you to take pictures wirelessly up to approx. 5 meters/16.4 feet away from the camera. You can either shoot immediately or with a 2-sec. delay. Remote control sensor Set the drive mode to <Q>...
  • Page 413 Remote Control Shooting F Remote Switch RS-60E3 (Sold Separately) Remote Switch RS-60E3 comes with an approx. 60 cm/2.0 ft cord. When connected to the camera’s remote control terminal, it can be pressed halfway and completely, just like the shutter button. Using the Eyepiece Cover When you take a picture without looking through the viewfinder, such as when you use the self-timer, bulb exposure, or a remote switch, stray...
  • Page 414: H Using Eye-Fi Cards

    H Using Eye-Fi Cards With a commercially-available Eye-Fi card already set up, you can automatically transfer captured images to a computer or upload them to an online service via a wireless LAN. The image transfer is a function of the Eye-Fi card. For instructions on how to set up and use the Eye-Fi card or to troubleshoot any image transfer problems, refer to the Eye-Fi card’s instruction manual or contact the card manufacturer.
  • Page 415 H Using Eye-Fi Cards Check the [Access point SSID:]. Check that an access point is  displayed for [Access point SSID:]. You can also check the Eye-Fi card’s  MAC address and firmware version. Press the <M> button to exit the ...
  • Page 416: Function Availability Table By Shooting Mode

    Function Availability Table by Shooting Mode Still Photo Shooting in Basic Zone Modes: A 7 C 2 3 4 5 o: Set automatically k: User selectable : Not selectable/Disabled Function Image quality settings selectable Aspect ratio Automatically set/Auto ISO speed Manually set Automatically set D D D D D D D...
  • Page 417 Function Availability Table by Shooting Mode Function One-Shot AF AF operation (Viewfinder AI Servo AF shooting) AI Focus AF One-Shot AF AF operation (Live View shooting) Servo AF AF area selection mode AF point selection AF-assist beam Program shift Exposure compensation Exposure AE lock Depth-of-field preview...
  • Page 418 Function Availability Table by Shooting Mode Still Photo Shooting in Basic Zone Modes: 8 o: Set automatically k: User selectable : Not selectable/Disabled Function Image quality settings selectable Aspect ratio Automatically set/Auto ISO speed Manually set Automatically set D D D D D D D Picture Style Manual selection Ambience-based shots...
  • Page 419 Function Availability Table by Shooting Mode Function One-Shot AF AF operation (Viewfinder AI Servo AF shooting) AI Focus AF One-Shot AF AF operation (Live View shooting) Servo AF AF area selection mode AF point selection AF-assist beam Program shift Exposure compensation Exposure AE lock Depth-of-field preview...
  • Page 420 Function Availability Table by Shooting Mode Still Photo Shooting in Basic Zone Modes: v o: Set automatically k: User selectable : Not selectable/Disabled Function c A B C D Image quality settings selectable Aspect ratio Automatically set/Auto ISO speed Manually set Automatically set PPDPPPDPPP Picture Style...
  • Page 421 Function Availability Table by Shooting Mode Function c A B C D One-Shot AF AF operation (Viewfinder AI Servo AF shooting) AI Focus AF One-Shot AF AF operation (Live View shooting) Servo AF AF area selection mode AF point selection AF-assist beam Program shift Exposure compensation...
  • Page 422 Function Availability Table by Shooting Mode Still Photo Shooting in Creative Zone Modes o: Set automatically k: User selectable : Not selectable/Disabled Function Image quality settings selectable Aspect ratio Automatically set/Auto ISO speed Manually set Automatically set Picture Style Manual selection Creative filters *1*2 Auto...
  • Page 423 Function Availability Table by Shooting Mode Function One-Shot AF AF operation (Viewfinder AI Servo AF shooting) AI Focus AF One-Shot AF AF operation (Live View shooting) Servo AF AF area selection mode AF point selection AF-assist beam Program shift Exposure compensation Exposure AE lock Depth-of-field preview...
  • Page 424 Function Availability Table by Shooting Mode Movie Shooting o: Set automatically k: User selectable : Not selectable/Disabled A 7 C 5 8 v d s f a Function Select movie recording k k k k k k k o k k k k k size k k k k k k k...
  • Page 425 Function Availability Table by Shooting Mode A 7 C 5 8 v d s f a Function o o o o o o o o o o o o o Metering k k k k k k k k k k k k k Face+Tracking k k k k k k k k k k k k k Smooth zone...
  • Page 426: System Map

    System Map ST-E2 ST-E3-RT 270EX II 430EX III-RT/ 600EX II-RT Macro Ring Lite Macro Twin Lite 430EX III MR-14EX II MT-24EX Bundled Eyepiece Extender Accessories EP-EX15II Magnifier Eyecup Ef MG-Ef Rubber Frame Ef Strap E-series Dioptric Adjustment Lenses Angle Finder C Semi Hard Case EH26-L/EH27-L Battery Charger...
  • Page 427 System Map Wireless Remote Remote Remote Timer Remote GPS Receiver Control Controller Switch Controller GP-E2 BR-E1 RC-6 RS-60E3 TC-80N3 EF lenses EF-S lenses Remote Controller Adapter RA-E3 HDMI Cable HTC-100 (2.9 m/9.5 ft.) TV/Video Directional Stereo Microphone DM-E1 Interface Cable IFC-400PCU (1.3 m/4.3 ft.) Connect Station CS100...
  • Page 428: Menu Settings

    Menu Settings Viewfinder Shooting (Basic Zone Modes) z: Shooting 1 (Red) Page 73/83/74/84/7a/8a/b/ Image quality 1+73 Image review time Off / 2 sec. / 4 sec. / 8 sec. / Hold Release shutter Enable / Disable without card Red-eye reduction Disable / Enable Live View shooting Enable / Disable...
  • Page 429 3 Menu Settings Viewfinder Shooting and Live View Shooting (Creative Zone Modes) z: Shooting 1 (Red) Page Image quality 73/83/74/84/7a/8a/b/1+73/1 Image review time Off / 2 sec. / 4 sec. / 8 sec. / Hold Release shutter Enable / Disable without card Peripheral illumination correction: Enable / Disable...
  • Page 430 3 Menu Settings z: Shooting 3 (Red) Page q Evaluative metering / w Partial metering / Metering mode r Spot metering / e Center-weighted average metering Color space sRGB / Adobe RGB DAuto / PStandard / QPortrait / RLandscape / uFine Detail / Picture Style SNeutral / UFaithful / VMonochrome / WUser Defined 1-3...
  • Page 431 3 Menu Settings z: Shooting 4* (Red) Page Long exposure noise Disable / Auto / Enable reduction High ISO speed noise Disable / Low / Standard / High / Multi Shot reduction Noise Reduction Obtain data to be used with Digital Photo Dust Delete Data Professional (EOS software) to delete dust spots...
  • Page 432 3 Menu Settings x: Playback 2 (Blue) Page Cropping Crop part of the image Resize Downsize JPEG image’s pixel count Rating Rate images Display time / Repeat / Transition effect / Slide show Background music Set image search Rating / Date / Folder / Protect / Type of file conditions 1 image / 10 images / Jump images by the Image jump w/6...
  • Page 433 3 Menu Settings 5: Set-up 1 (Yellow) Page Select folder Create and select a folder Numbering: Continuous / Auto reset File numbering Manual reset Auto rotate OnzD / OnD / Off Format card Erase data on the card by formatting Displayed when a commercially-available Eye-Fi settings Eye-Fi card is inserted...
  • Page 434 2.0.0.) When updating the firmware, an interface cable (sold separately, p.427) must be used. For how to update the GP-E2’s firmware, refer to the Canon Web site. Note that the digital compass cannot be used with this camera. (Shooting ...
  • Page 435 3 Menu Settings 5: Set-up 4 (Yellow) Page Custom Functions Customize camera functions as desired (C.Fn) Clear all camera settings / Clear all Custom Clear settings Functions (C.Fn) Display copyright information / Enter author’s Copyright information name / Enter copyright details / Delete copyright information Manual/software URL QR code for the download site...
  • Page 436 3 Menu Settings k Movie Shooting z: Shooting 1 (Red) Page • 1920x1080 / 1280x720 / 640x480 • NTSC: 59.94p / 29.97p / 23.98p Movie recording size PAL: 50.00p / 25.00p • Standard / Light Digital zoom Disable / Approx. 3-10x zoom Sound recording: Auto / Manual / Disable Recording level Sound recording*...
  • Page 437 3 Menu Settings z: Shooting 3 (Red) Page DAuto / PStandard / QPortrait / RLandscape / uFine Detail / SNeutral / Picture Style UFaithful / VMonochrome / WUser Defined 1-3 Q (Ambience priority) / Qw (White priority) / White balance W/E/R/Y/U/D/O Custom White Manual setting of white balance...
  • Page 438: Troubleshooting Guide

    Guide. If this Troubleshooting Guide does not resolve the problem, contact your dealer or nearest Canon Service Center. Power-Related Problems The battery does not recharge. Do not use any battery other than genuine Canon Battery Pack  LP-E17. The battery charger’s lamp blinks.
  • Page 439 Troubleshooting Guide [Battery communication error. Does this battery/do these batteries display the Canon logo?] is displayed. Do not use any battery other than genuine Canon Battery Pack  LP-E17. Remove and install the battery again (p.38).  If the electrical contacts are dirty, use a soft cloth to clean them.
  • Page 440 Troubleshooting Guide Shooting-Related Problems The lens cannot be attached. The camera cannot be used with EF-M lenses (p.49).  The viewfinder is dark. Install a recharged battery in the camera (p.36).  No images can be shot or recorded. Make sure the card is properly inserted (p.39). ...
  • Page 441 Troubleshooting Guide The image is out of focus or blurred. Set the lens’s focus mode switch to <AF> (p.49).  Press the shutter button gently to prevent camera shake (p.51-52).  If the lens has an Image Stabilizer, set the IS switch to <1>. ...
  • Page 442 Troubleshooting Guide I cannot lock the focus and recompose the shot. Set the AF operation to One-Shot AF. Focus lock is not possible in the  AI Servo AF mode or when servo takes effect in AI Focus AF mode (p.118).
  • Page 443 Troubleshooting Guide ISO 100 cannot be set. Under [54: Custom Functions(C.Fn)], if [4: Highlight tone priority]  is set to [1:Enable], ISO 100 cannot be set. If [0:Disable] is set, ISO 100 can be set (p.391). This also applies to movie shooting (p.308). Expanded ISO speeds cannot be selected.
  • Page 444 Troubleshooting Guide The built-in flash rises by itself. In shooting modes (<A> <C> <2> <4> <8: qC6>  <v: GWXZH>) whose default setting is <a> (Built-in autoflash), the built-in flash will be raised automatically when necessary. In the <8: xG> and <v: ABCD> modes, when you ...
  • Page 445 Troubleshooting Guide The camera makes a noise when it is shaken. A small noise may be heard when the camera’s internal mechanism  moves slightly. The shutter makes two release sounds during Live View shooting. If you use flash, the shutter will make two release sounds each time ...
  • Page 446 Troubleshooting Guide The ISO speed cannot be set for movie shooting. In shooting modes other than <a>, the ISO speed is set  automatically. In the <a> mode, you can manually set the ISO speed (p.269). The exposure changes during movie shooting. If you change the shutter speed or aperture during movie shooting, the ...
  • Page 447 Troubleshooting Guide Wi-Fi Wi-Fi cannot be set. If the camera is connected to a computer, GPS receiver, or other  device with an interface cable, Wi-Fi functions cannot be set. ([51: Wireless communication settings] will be grayed out.) Disconnect the interface cable before setting any functions. Refer to the Wi-Fi (Wireless Communication) Function Instruction ...
  • Page 448 Troubleshooting Guide Display Problems The menu screen shows fewer tabs and options. In Basic Zone modes, certain tabs and menu options are not  displayed. Set the shooting mode to a Creative Zone mode (p.61). Under the [9] tab, [Menu display] is set to [Display only My Menu ...
  • Page 449 Troubleshooting Guide [###] is displayed. If the number of images recorded on the card exceeds the number the  camera can display, [###] will be displayed (p.343). In the viewfinder, the AF point display speed is slow. In low temperatures, the display speed of the AF points may become ...
  • Page 450 Troubleshooting Guide Playback Problems Part of the image blinks in black. It is the highlight alert (p.377). Overexposed areas with clipped  highlight will blink. The image cannot be erased. If the image is protected, it cannot be erased (p.360). ...
  • Page 451 Troubleshooting Guide There are multiple movie files for a single movie shoot. If the movie file size reaches 4 GB, another movie file will be created  automatically (p.277). However, if you use an SDXC card formatted with the camera, you can record a movie in a single file even if it exceeds 4 GB.
  • Page 452 Troubleshooting Guide Dots of light appear on the image. White, red, blue, or other colored dots of light may appear on images if  the sensor is affected by cosmic rays, etc. Their appearance may be suppressed if you perform [Clean nowf] under [53: Sensor cleaning] (p.327).
  • Page 453: Error Codes

    Communications between the camera and lens is faulty. Clean the lens contacts.  Clean the electrical contacts on the camera and lens, use a Canon lens, or remove and install the battery again (p.27, 28, 38). Card cannot be accessed. Reinsert/change card or format card with the camera.
  • Page 454: Specifications

    * UHS-I cards supported Image sensor size: Approx. 22.3 x 14.9 mm Compatible lenses: Canon EF lenses (including EF-S lenses) * Excluding EF-M lenses (35mm-equivalent angle of view is that of a lens with approx. 1.6x the focal length indicated.)
  • Page 455 Specifications Noise reduction: Applicable to long exposures and high ISO speed shots Automatic image Auto Lighting Optimizer provided brightness correction: Highlight tone priority: Provided Lens aberration Peripheral illumination correction, Chromatic aberration correction: correction, Distortion correction, Diffraction correction • Viewfinder Type: Eye-level pentamirror Field of view coverage: Vertical/Horizontal approx.
  • Page 456 Specifications • Exposure Control Metering mode: 63-zone TTL open-aperture metering using 7560-pixel RGB plus IR metering sensor • Evaluative metering (linked to all AF points) • Partial metering (approx. 6.0% of viewfinder at center) • Spot metering (approx. 3.5% of viewfinder at center) •...
  • Page 457 RAW: Approx. 21 shots (approx. 27 shots) RAW+JPEG Large/Fine: Approx. 19 shots (approx. 23 shots) * Figures are based on Canon’s testing standards (3:2 aspect ratio, ISO 100 and Standard Picture Style) using an 8 GB card. * Figures in parentheses apply to an UHS-I compatible 16 GB card based on Canon’s testing standards.
  • Page 458 Specifications • Flash Built-in flash: Retractable, auto pop-up flash Guide No.: Approx. 12/39.4 (ISO 100, in meters/feet) Flash coverage: Approx. 17mm lens angle of view Recharge time: Approx. 3 sec. External Speedlite: Compatible with EX-series Speedlites Flash metering: E-TTL II autoflash Flash exposure ±2 stops in 1/3- or 1/2-stop increments compensation:...
  • Page 459 Specifications • Movie Shooting Recording format: * Time-lapse movie shooting: MOV Movie: MPEG-4 AVC / H.264 Variable (average) bit rate Audio: Recording size and frame rate: Full HD (1920x1080): 59.94p/50.00p/29.97p/25.00p/ 23.98p HD (1280x720) : 59.94p/50.00p/29.97p/25.00p VGA (640x480) : 29.97p/25.00p Compression method: IPB (Standard), IPB (Light) * Time-lapse movie shooting: ALL-I Bit rate:...
  • Page 460 Specifications Metering mode: Center-weighted average and Evaluative metering with the image sensor * Automatically set by the AF method Metering brightness EV 0 - 20 (at room temperature, ISO 100, with center- range: weighted average metering) Exposure control: Autoexposure shooting (Program AE for movie shooting) and manual exposure Exposure ±3 stops in 1/3- or 1/2-stop increments...
  • Page 461 Specifications • Playback Image display format: Single-image display (without shooting information), Single-image display (with basic information), Single- image display (Shooting information displayed: Detailed information, Lens/histogram, White balance, Picture Style 1, Picture Style 2, Color space/noise reduction, Lens aberration correction), Index display (4/9/36/100 images) Highlight alert: Overexposed highlights blink...
  • Page 462 Specifications • Interface DIGITAL terminal: Computer communication (Hi-Speed USB equivalent), GPS Receiver GP-E2, Connect Station CS100 connection HDMI mini OUT Type C (Auto switching of resolution), CEC-compatible terminal: External microphone IN 3.5 mm diameter stereo mini-jack terminal: Directional Stereo Microphone DM-E1 connection Remote control terminal:For Remote Switch RS-60E3 Wireless remote control: Compatible with Wireless Remote Control BR-E1 (Bluetooth connection) and Remote Controller RC-6...
  • Page 463 (excluding power cord) Weight: Approx. 80 g / 2.82 oz. (excluding power cord) All the data above is based on Canon’s testing standards and CIPA (Camera &  Imaging Products Association) testing standards and guidelines. Dimensions and weight listed above are based on CIPA Guidelines (except ...
  • Page 465  Bluetooth SIG, Inc. and any use of such marks by Canon Inc. is under license. Other trademarks and trade names are those of their respective owners. All other trademarks are the property of their respective owners.
  • Page 466 Third party software This product includes third party software.  expat.h Copyright (c) 1998, 1999, 2000 Thai Open Source Software Center Ltd Permission is hereby granted, free of charge, to any person obtaining a copy of this software and associated documentation files (the "Software"), to deal in the Software without restriction, including without limitation the rights to use, copy, modify, merge, publish, distribute, sublicense, and/or sell copies of the Software, and to permit persons to...
  • Page 467 Canon accessories. Therefore, using this product with genuine accessories is highly recommended. Canon shall not be liable for any damage to this product and/or accidents such as malfunction, fire, etc., caused by the failure of non-genuine Canon accessories (e.g., a leakage and/or explosion of a battery pack). Please note...
  • Page 468 If such changes or modifications should be made, you could be required to stop operation of the equipment. Canon U.S.A. Inc. One Canon Park, Melville, NY 11747, U.S.A. Tel No. 1-800-OK-CANON (1-800-652-2666) CAN ICES-3 (B) / NMB-3 (B)
  • Page 469 USA and Canada only: The Lithium ion/polymer battery that powers the product is recyclable. Please call 1-800-8-BATTERY for information on how to recycle this battery. For CA, USA only Included lithium battery contains Perchlorate Material – special handling may apply. See www.dtsc.ca.gov/hazardouswaste/perchlorate/ for details.
  • Page 473: Software Start Guide

    Software Start Guide / Downloading Images to a Computer This chapter describes the following: Overview of the software for EOS DIGITAL cameras  How to download and install the software on a computer  How to download and view the Software Instruction ...
  • Page 474: Software Start Guide

    Software Start Guide Software Overview This section describes an overview of various software applications for EOS DIGITAL cameras. An Internet connection is required to download and install the software. Download and installation are not possible in environments with no Internet connection. EOS Utility With the camera connected to a computer, EOS Utility enables you to transfer still photos and movies shot with the camera to the computer.
  • Page 475 (The previous version will be overwritten.) Download the software. Connect to the Internet from a computer and access the following  Canon Web site. www.canon.com/icpd Select your country or region of residence and download the  software.
  • Page 476: Downloading And Viewing The Software Instruction Manuals (Pdf Files)

    Manuals (PDF files). Download is not possible in environments with no Internet connection. Download the Software Instruction Manuals (PDF files). Connect to the Internet and access the following Canon Web site.  www.canon.com/icpd View the Software Instruction Manuals (PDF files).
  • Page 477: Downloading Images To A Computer

    Downloading Images to a Computer You can use EOS software to download images from the camera to a computer. There are two ways to do this. Downloading by Connecting the Camera to the Computer Install the software (p.475) Use an interface cable (sold separately) to connect the camera to the computer.
  • Page 478 Downloading Images to a Computer Downloading Images with a Card Reader You can use a card reader to download images to a computer. Install the software (p.475) Insert the card into the card reader. Use Digital Photo Professional to download the images. Refer to the Digital Photo ...
  • Page 479: Index

    Index Numerics Ambience-based shots....88 Angle of view ........50 10- or 2-sec. self-timer ....143 Anti-flicker shooting ...... 179 1280x720 (movie) ......275 Aperture-priority AE...... 188 1920x1080 (movie) .......275 Area AF frame ....123, 128, 248 640x480 (movie) ......275 Art bold effect ....... 241, 382 Aspect ratio ........
  • Page 480 Index Cards ......8, 27, 39, 69 Card reminder ......40 Date/time........45 Formatting ........69 Daylight saving time ....... 47 Low-level formatting ....70 DC Coupler ........408 Troubleshooting....41, 70 Write-protect switch....39 Default settings ......323 Center-weighted average Depth-of-field preview ....190 metering........195 Dial .........
  • Page 481 Index Food ..........98 Formatting (card initialization) ..69 FE lock ..........207 Frame rate........275 Feature guide........57 Full High-Definition FEB (Flash exposure bracketing) ...214 (Full HD) (movie) ....263, 275 File extension........319 Functions available by File name ........317 shooting mode......416 File size......147, 276, 374 Filter effects ......157, 160 GPS..........
  • Page 482 Index ICC profile........181 Kids ..........97 Image dust prevention ....327 Image review time......313 Landscape......92, 156 Image-recording quality ....146 Language ........48 Images Large AF point display......376 (image-recording quality) ..32, 383 Auto playback......354 Large Zone AF ......123 Auto rotation ......322 LCD monitor ......
  • Page 483 Noise reduction Movies...........263 High ISO speed......170 AE lock ........199 Long exposures ....... 171 AF method ......274, 304 Nomenclature ......... 28 Attenuator .........302 Autoexposure ......264 Non-Canon flash units....210 Compression method ....276 Normal (Image-recording quality)... 32 Creative filters......280 NTSC........275, 434...
  • Page 484 Index ONE SHOT (One-Shot AF)...119, 245 Rating........... 341 Rating mark........341 RAW ....... 32, 146, 147, 149 P (Program AE) ......184 RAW+JPEG ....146, 147, 149 PAL ........275, 434 Recharging........36 Partial metering......194 Red-eye reduction......205 Peripheral illumination Reduced display......334 correction ........173 Release shutter without card..
  • Page 485 Index A (Scene Intelligent Auto) ..78 Soft focus ..... 107, 241, 381 7 (Flash Off)......83 Software ........474 C (Creative Auto) .....84 Sound-recording level ....302 2(Portrait) .........91 Speaker ........350 3(Landscape) ......92 Special scene mode (SCN) .... 95 4 (Close-up)......93 5 (Sports).........94 Sports ..........
  • Page 486 Index Viewfinder ........33 Dioptric adjustment.....51 Electronic level ......72 Flicker detection ......75 Grid..........74 Viewing on a TV set....348, 357 Volume (movie playback)....351 Warning icon .........395 Water painting effect ..108, 241, 382 White balance (WB)......163 Ambience priority (Q) ....164 Bracketing ........168 Correction.........167 Custom ........165 Personal ........166 White priority (Qw) ....164...
  • Page 488 The descriptions in this Instruction Manual are current as of December 2016. For information on the compatibility with any products introduced after this date, contact any Canon Service Center. For the latest version Instruction Manual, refer to the Canon Web site.

This manual is also suitable for:

Eos 800d

Table of Contents