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EOS DIGITAL Software Instruction Manual
Canon Utilities
ZoomBrowser EX 5.5
CameraWindow 5.3
PhotoRecord 2.2
RAW Image Task 2.2
EOS Capture 1.5
PhotoStitch 3.1
PTP WIA Driver/PTP TWAIN Driver
WIA Driver/TWAIN Driver
Compatible Models
EOS-1D Mark II N
EOS 5D
EOS-1Ds Mark II
EOS DIGITAL REBEL XT/350D DIGITAL
EOS-1D Mark II
EOS 20D
EOS-1Ds
EOS DIGITAL REBEL/300D DIGITAL
EOS-1D
EOS 10D
EOS D60
EOS D30
Table of Contents
Introduction
Downloading Images from the
1
Camera, and Camera Settings
Working with Images in the
2
ZoomBrowser EX
3
Remote Shooting in the EOS Capture
Setting the EOS 5D and EOS-1D
4
Series Cameras
Troubleshooting and Uninstalling the
5
Software
Index
CT1-7133EDSWE-000
Cover/Table of
Contents
Introduction
Downloading Images
1
from the Camera,
and Camera Settings
2
Working with
Images in the
ZoomBrowser EX
3
Remote Shooting in
the EOS Capture
Setting the EOS 5D
4
and EOS-1D Series
Cameras
5
Troubleshooting
and Uninstalling
the Software
Index
CANON INC. 2005

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  • Page 1: Eos Capture

    EOS-1Ds Mark II EOS DIGITAL REBEL XT/350D DIGITAL Troubleshooting Troubleshooting and Uninstalling the and Uninstalling EOS-1D Mark II EOS 20D Software the Software EOS-1Ds EOS DIGITAL REBEL/300D DIGITAL EOS-1D EOS 10D Index Index EOS D60 EOS D30 CT1-7133EDSWE-000 CANON INC. 2005...

  • Page 2: Introduction

    Camera Settings and you must then promptly return the SOFTWARE. In addition, Canon may enforce its 1. LICENSE: Canon grants you the non-exclusive right to use the SOFTWARE only on a single other legal rights. computer. You may physically transfer the SOFTWARE from one computer to another provided that the SOFTWARE is used on only one computer at a time.

  • Page 3: 3 Remote Shooting In The Eos Capture

    Working with In this manual, the screens used in the examples are from Windows XP. Canon may change without notice the software specifications and contents of this Images in the This manual describes operating methods for the EOS-1D Mark II N or EOS 5D and uses Instruction Manual.

  • Page 4: Ptp Wia Driver/ptp Twain Driver

    Index JPEG images Exif 2.2 or 2.21-compatible JPEG or JFIF images .JPG, .JPEG With the high image quality processing and the camera-faithful algorithm of Canon’s EOS-1D Mark II N, EOS-1Ds Mark II, EOS-1D Mark II, .CR2 genuine software, you can process RAW images in the same colors as the camera.

  • Page 5: Series Cameras

    Software Configuration Cover/Table of The software on the EOS DIGITAL Solution Disk operates together with the software shown below, centering on ZoomBrowser EX. Contents : Shows the shot image flow. : Shows the camera control information from the software. Introduction CameraWindow (Software for Communication with the Camera) ZoomBrowser EX (Image Viewing and Editing Software) Download image...

  • Page 6: Software

    1D series camera settings, refer to Chapter 4. With the EOS 10D, you must change the firmware to version 2.0.0 or later. For details on changing, refer to the Canon web site. Downloading Images For more information on the restrictions of the CameraWindow, refer also to the...

  • Page 7: 5 Troubleshooting And Uninstalling The

    Proceed to “Downloading Images from Your Camera” (p.1-4) continuously. Start CameraWindow. If the dialog box on the right appears, select Click the [Start] button and select [All Programs] ([Programs] in versions other than Index [Canon CameraWindow] and then click the Windows XP) [Canon Utilities] [CameraWindow] [CameraWindow].

  • Page 8: Index

    LCD monitor. and Camera Settings IEEE1394 port, use the EOS-1D series dedicated Canon interface cable (optional) 4- While the camera and your computer are communicating, the camera’s LCD panel pin/4-pin type for the EOS-1D Mark II N, EOS-1Ds Mark II and EOS-1D Mark II, and a may blink.

  • Page 9: Introduction

    Downloading Images from Your Camera Cover/Table of You can select the folder of the Contents Downloading All the Images in a Single Operation image displayed in the window. You can select the size of the displayed image. You can show/hide the image frame. You can select images by condition.

  • Page 10: Introduction

    Camera, The [Camera Settings] dialog box and Camera Settings appears. Select [View/Download Images using Canon CameraWindow] and then click the [OK] button. [CameraWindow] appears and image Working with downloading preparation is complete. Images in the Download the images.

  • Page 11: Introduction

    With the EOS 10D, you must change the firmware to version 2.0.0 or later. For details This function is compatible with the EOS-1D Mark II N, EOS-1Ds Mark II, EOS-1D on changing, refer to the Canon web site. Mark II only.

  • Page 12: Introduction

    Cover/Table of Contents Due to Windows XP specifications, you may experience the following restrictions with the PTP function. We recommend downloading shot images using CameraWindow (p.1-4). • RAW images cannot be downloaded. (Even if RAW images are displayed, they cannot be downloaded.) Introduction •...

  • Page 13: Table Of Contents

    Camera Settings Exporting Function ..................2-14 Readme: Click the [Start] button select [All Programs] ([Programs] in versions other than Windows XP) [Canon Utilities] [ZoomBrowser EX] Exporting Still Images ..................2-14 [ZoomBrowser EX README]. Exporting Shooting Properties ............... 2-14 Working with Exporting an Image as a Screen Saver ............

  • Page 14: Starting The Zoombrowser Ex

    ([Programs] in versions other than Displays the selected image in the viewer window (p.2-7). and Camera Settings Windows XP) [Canon Utilities] Displays the selected image in the properties window (p.2-8). [ZoomBrowser EX] [ZoomBrowser EX]. Displays the selected images as a slide show (automatic playback) (p.2-8).

  • Page 15: Image Display And Folder Handling

    Image Display and Folder Handling Cover/Table of Contents Image Display Handling the Folders The images in the folder selected in the folder area are displayed in the image display area. You can handle the folder on the menu that appears by right-clicking the folder. Select the folder where the Right-click on the folder and select an option from the menu that Introduction...

  • Page 16: Selecting The Image Display Mode

    Selecting the Image Display Mode Cover/Table of You can select the image display mode from 3 types (Zoom Mode, Scroll Mode and Preview Contents Mode). Also, in the viewer window, you can display images individually, and in the properties window, you can check shooting information and enter comments, etc.

  • Page 17: Scroll Mode

    Cover/Table of Contents Scroll Mode You can display the images in multiple folders at the same time. Select the [Scroll Mode] tab. Introduction Returns to the display of the folder previously displayed. By clicking the [ ] or double-clicking Returns to the display of the folder before [ ] is clicked.

  • Page 18: Preview Mode

    Cover/Table of Contents Preview Mode You can select an image displayed as a thumbnail and display it individually. Select the [Preview Mode] tab. Introduction Returns to the display of the folder before [ ] is clicked. Displays the folder above. You can select or deselect all the images and folders.

  • Page 19: Eos Capture

    Cover/Table of Contents Viewer Window You can display images in individual windows. Double-click the image. Introduction The selected image displays in the viewer window. When the image is displayed as an enlargement, you can move the display position by dragging Displays the image reduced.

  • Page 20: Properties Window

    View & Classify Function Cover/Table of Contents Properties Window Viewing the Images as a Slide Show You can enter information and comments for the images. You can view the images as a slide show (automatic playback). Select the image in zoom mode or scroll mode Select the images.

  • Page 21: Renaming The Multiple Files

    Cover/Table of Click [Start Slide Show]. Contents Renaming the Multiple Files The slide show begins. You can rename the multiple files in a single operation. Select the images. Introduction Click [View & Classify]. The [View & Classify] menu appears. Downloading Images from the Camera, Click [Rename Multiple Files].

  • Page 22: Classifying The Images Into Folders

    Cover/Table of Contents Classifying the Images into Folders Searching Images You can classify images according to the date and time they were shot. You can search for images with set conditions. Select the images. Select in the folder area or in the image display area the folder or Introduction drive to be searched (p.2-2)

  • Page 23: Editing Function

    Editing Function Cover/Table of Contents Editing Images Merging Images You can edit your images with red-eye correction, brightness/color correction, sharpness, You can merge up to 4 JPEG images to create a panorama image. trimming, text insertion, automatic correction, etc. Also, you can transfer an image to other image editing software.

  • Page 24: Introduction

    RAW image, the type of computer, and the subject of and Camera Settings The [Edit] menu appears. the photo. • Processing times are based on Canon testing standards. Click [Process RAW Images]. (When using the following: OS: Windows XP, CPU: 2.2 GHz Pentium 4; RAM: 512MB) Working with...

  • Page 25: Introduction

    The processing parameters you have set can be applied to other images by copy/paste, save/download in the [Development Conditions] menu in the [Edit] menu. You can download Picture Style files (p.4-11) from the Canon web site. With the EOS-1Ds Mark II, EOS-1D Mark II, EOS-1Ds and EOS-1D, you can save an...

  • Page 26: Exporting Function

    Exporting Function Cover/Table of Contents Exporting Still Images Exporting Shooting Properties You can change the size of JPEG images as well as convert them to other image types and You can export as a text file the shooting properties recorded to the image when the shot was save them.

  • Page 27: Introduction

    Cover/Table of Contents Exporting an Image as a Screen Saver Exporting an Image as Wallpaper You can export a JPEG image as a file for a computer screen saver. You can export a JPEG image as a file for wallpaper for a computer. Select the image.

  • Page 28: Writing Images To A Cd

    The processing window appears and the image is printed. Remote Shooting in If Easy-PhotoPrint, the dedicated printing software for Canon BJ Printers is installed, it becomes the default software for printing. To cancel printing with Easy-PhotoPrint and the EOS Capture switch to printing with ZoomBrowser EX independently, select [Use the Print Function in ZoomBrowser EX] in the [Printing] tab sheet of the preferences (p.2-19).

  • Page 29: Photorecord

    Cover/Table of Contents Index Printing Layout Printing You can print the images in index format. You can layout images and print them. The settings displayed in the dialog box vary depending on the printer being used. Select the images. Introduction Select the images.

  • Page 30: Introduction

    Printing with Easy-PhotoPrint Remote Shooting in the EOS Capture Easy-PhotoPrint is software exclusively for use with Canon BJ printers. If Easy-PhotoPrint is installed on your computer, you can print with Easy-PhotoPrint. Setting the EOS 5D Select an image. and EOS-1D Series Cameras Click [Print].

  • Page 31: Internet Function

    Internet Function Modifying ZoomBrowser EX Settings Cover/Table of Contents Sending an Image by E-mail Task Button Display Settings You can attach an image to an e-mail and send it. You can specify which task buttons to show or hide. Select the image. Select the [Tools] menu [Customize].

  • Page 32: Introduction

    Readme: Click the [Start] button select [All Programs] ([Programs] in versions Camera Settings ....................3-3 and Camera Settings other than Windows XP) [Canon Utilities] [EOS Capture xx] (“xx” is the version) [EOS Capture Readme]. White Balance Adjustment................3-4 Specifying the Save Destination ..............3-4...

  • Page 33: Setting The Eos 5d And Eos-1d Series

    Index camera model used, the type of computer, and the subject of the photo. • Transfer times are based on Canon testing standards. (When using the following: OS: Windows XP, CPU: 2.2 GHz Pentium 4; RAM: 512MB) • The times for images shot in JPEG will be shorter than those shown above.

  • Page 34: Introduction

    Specifying the Camera Settings Cover/Table of You can check and change the settings in the camera from your computer remotely. Contents Timer Shooting Camera Settings You can automatically take a shot when the specified time elapses. You can check and specify the camera settings. With the EOS-1D, you can only check the content of the settings but you cannot Select the [Tool] menu [Timer Shooting]...

  • Page 35: Introduction

    Cover/Table of Click the icon to be set. Contents Specifying the Save Destination The icon displayed here shows exposure compensation as an example. You can specify save destination folders and file names. Select the [File] menu [Save setting]. Introduction The [Save settings] dialog box appears. Specify desired settings and click the [OK] button.

  • Page 36: 4 Setting The Eos 5d And Eos-1d

    Setting the EOS 5D and EOS-1D Series Cameras Cover/Table of Contents This chapter explains the functions that can be set in the EOS 5D and EOS- Click on the item to display its page. Camera Settings ....................4-2 1D series cameras. Introduction Basic Settings.....................

  • Page 37: Introduction

    Camera Settings Basic Settings Cover/Table of You can specify settings for the camera such as the camera owner’s name, the date and time, You can specify the camera owner’s name and the date and time on the camera, and confirm Contents Personal Functions and all shot settings.

  • Page 38: Introduction

    Personal Function Settings Cover/Table of You can set Personal Functions tailored to different types of photography and apply those Checkmark the box [ ] and specify any necessary settings Contents (p.4-4 function settings to the camera. You can also save the specified settings on your computer and to p.4-8) load the saved settings.

  • Page 39: Introduction

    Cover/Table of Sets the maximum and minimum shutter speeds to be used P.Fn-04 Contents Description of Personal Functions Select the maximum and minimum shutter speeds from the list box. For example, if you set 1/2000 sec. as the fastest shutter speed and 1/60 sec. as the shown in this section provides brief descriptions of the Custom Function Settings slowest, the shutter speed range will be 1/2000 to 1/60 sec.

  • Page 40: Downloading Images From The

    Cover/Table of Registers and switches the shooting mode and metering mode P.Fn-06 Contents Registering the Modes and Settings with the Camera ( P.Fn-06 Only while you press the < > button, you can switch to the preset shooting mode, exposure setting (such as the aperture for aperture-priority AE), metering mode, and Set the shooting mode and shooting mode settings (for exposure compensation amount.

  • Page 41: Introduction

    Cover/Table of Retains the shift amount for program shift Disables focus detection (search driving) by the lens drive P.Fn-10 P.Fn-14 Contents Normally, any program shift amount is canceled after you take the picture. This Personal Normally, when you press the shutter button halfway and focus cannot be achieved, the lens Function retains the program shift amount.

  • Page 42: Introduction

    Cover/Table of Disables automatic AF point selection Enables quiet operation when the shutter button is OFF after P.Fn-17 P.Fn-21 Contents picture-taking When you select beyond the peripheral AF point, the selection stops there. It makes selecting a peripheral AF point faster. When single shooting is selected, this function selects quiet camera operation when you release the shutter button from the fully pressed position to the half way position.

  • Page 43: Introduction

    Cover/Table of Sets the default settings when the <CLEAR> button is ON Enables Quick Control Dial switch to turn on/off Main Dial, too P.Fn-25 P.Fn-30 Contents You can use this function to select the default mode settings when you press the <CLEAR> Setting the Quick Control Dial switch to <OFF>...

  • Page 44: Introduction

    Cover/Table of Saving the Settings Contents Checking, Saving, and Loading Personal Function Settings Click the [Save as] button. You can check the specified Personal Functions and the status of whether or not the settings are applied to the camera. You can also save the settings on your computer and then load the The [Save As] dialog box appears.

  • Page 45: Introduction

    Shot Settings Cover/Table of You can specify various shot settings and then apply these settings to the camera. Contents Display the [Camera settings] dialog box (p.4-2) Introduction Select the [Shoot settings] tab. The [Shoot settings] tab sheet appears. With the EOS-1Ds and EOS-1D, select the [Detailed Settings] tab.

  • Page 46: Introduction

    You can set a Picture Style as well as register in your camera a Picture Style downloaded from Canon’s web site and saved on your computer, as a user setting. This function is compatible with the EOS-1D Mark II N and EOS 5D.

  • Page 47: Introduction

    Cover/Table of With the EOS-1Ds and EOS-1D, the following dialog box appears. Contents Specifying the Parameters You can select tone curves, specify the sharpness and contrast, and then register up to 3 sets of these settings on the camera. [Standard]: The standard tone curve is set.

  • Page 48: Introduction

    Cover/Table of Select a channel from the list and confirm. Contents Specifying the Tone Curve You can load saved tone curve files from a computer (p.2-13) and register up to 3 on the camera. You can also select the tone curve that has been loaded into the [TCD 1] through [TCD 3] tab sheets, from the list box shown in “Specifying the Parameters”...

  • Page 49: Introduction

    Cover/Table of Click the [Open] or [Browse] button. Contents Specifying the Personal White Balance The [Open] dialog box appears. You can load saved white balance file from a computer (p.2-13) and register up to 3 on the camera. When you upload a personal white balance setting to the camera, < >...

  • Page 50: Introduction

    Cover/Table of Contents Specifying the Color Matrix Specifying the JPEG Quality You can specify the color space, color saturation, and color tone, and then register up to 2 sets You can specify the JPEG quality for each of the sizes, L (Large), M1 (Middle 1), M2 (Middle 2), of these settings on the camera.

  • Page 51: Introduction

    5D and EOS DIGITAL REBEL XT/350D DIGITAL, and to [Normal] for the EOS 20D, double-click the icon on the right. EOS DIGITAL REBEL/300D DIGITAL and EOS 10D (p.1-1). With the EOS 10D, you must also change the firmware to version 2.0.0 or later. For details on changing, refer to the Canon web site.

  • Page 52: Introduction

    Cover/Table of Is there sufficient charge left in the camera battery? If the connected camera or [Canon Digital Camera] is displayed in [Other devices] or Contents [Unknown devices], the driver was not installed correctly. Use the following procedure to Your computer does not supply power to the camera. Connect the AC Adapter Kit re-install the driver.

  • Page 53: Introduction

    For Windows XP or Windows Me, click the [Start] button select [All Programs] Click the [Start] button select [All Programs] ([Programs] in ([Programs] in Windows Me) [Canon Utilities] [EOS XXX WIA Driver] [WIA versions other than Windows XP) [Canon Utilities] Working with Driver Uninstall].

  • Page 54: Main Features

    Index Cover/Table of Specifying the Personal White Contents Camera Settings (CameraWindow) Personal Function Settings ....... 4-3 Balance ..........4-14 Initializing the memory card ... 1-5, 4-2 Checking, Saving, and Loading Personal Specifying the Tone Curve ....4-13 Specifying the Date and Time ..1-5, 4-2 Function Settings ........

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