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Canon EOS 5D - Focusing Screen Ee-A Instruction Manual

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Communication Software for the Camera
1D Mk II N
REBELXTi
Content of this Instruction Manual
EU is used for EOS Utility.
Each camera model is displayed as an icon.
Example: EOS DIGITAL REBEL XTi/400D DIGITAL
REBELXTi
400D
displays the relevant camera model.
In this manual, the windows used in the examples
are from Windows XP.
The
or
1D Mk II N
30D
REBELXTi
an example for windows and parts displayed when
the camera is connected.
The selection sequence of menus is displayed in
procedures.
(Example: Select the [Window] menu
Square brackets are used to indicate items such as
menu names, button names and window names
that appear on the computer screen.
Text inside < > indicates a camera switch name or
icon, or a keyboard key name.
**
indicates a reference page.
Click to move to the relevant page.
: Marks information that should be read before use.
: Marks additional information you may find helpful.
EOS Utility
Ver. 2.4
1Ds Mk II
1D Mk II
1Ds
1D
400D
REBELXT
350D
REBEL
Instruction Manual
is used as
400D
[Main Window].)
5D
30D
20D
10D
300D
D60
D30
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© CANON INC. 2008
CT1-7155EUbWE-000
Introduction
Contents at
a Glance
1
Downloading
Images
2
Camera
Settings
3
Remote
Shooting
4
Preferences
Reference
Index

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  • Page 1: Instruction Manual

    Text inside < > indicates a camera switch name or icon, or a keyboard key name. indicates a reference page. Click to move to the relevant page. : Marks information that should be read before use. : Marks additional information you may find helpful. © CANON INC. 2008 CT1-7155EUbWE-000...

  • Page 2

    6. U.S. GOVERNMENT RESTRICTED RIGHTS NOTICE: The SOFTWARE is provided with 1. LICENSE: Canon grants you the non-exclusive right to use the SOFTWARE only on a single restricted rights. Use, duplication or disclosure is subject to restrictions as set forth in either Camera computer.

  • Page 3

    Introduction Introduction EOS Utility (hereinafter EU) is software for communication with your EOS System Requirements DIGITAL camera. By connecting the camera and computer with the cable Contents at provided with the camera, you can download to your computer images Windows Vista* a Glance Windows XP Professional/Home...

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    Introduction Contents at a Glance Contents at Downloading images from your camera to a Remote shooting a Glance computer To shoot by controlling the camera from a computer p.42 To batch download all the images to a computer p.12 To shoot by operating the camera p.44 Downloading Images...

  • Page 5: Table Of Contents

    Batch Downloading Images to Your Computer ..Index Downloading Selected Images to Your Computer..Downloading Images with a Card Reader ....Downloading Images Using Digital Photo Professional ... Downloading Images Using ZoomBrowser EX ..Downloading Images without Using Canon Software... Exiting EU..............

  • Page 6: Preparing To Download Images

    Preparing to Download Images Introduction To download to your computer images shot with your camera, you will Connecting the REBEL XTi/400D and a Computer need to connect your camera and computer using the interface cable Connect the camera and computer using the interface cable provided provided with your camera.

  • Page 7: Connecting A Camera With The [communication] Settings And A Computer

    Introduction Connecting the Camera and Computer Connecting a Camera with the [Communication] Settings and a Computer Connect the camera and computer using the interface cable provided REBELXT 350D with your camera. Contents at a Glance REBEL 300D Connect the large plug of the cable into the USB port Set the [Communication] settings on the camera’s menu first, and then of your computer.

  • Page 8: Connecting The 1d Mk Ii N, 1ds Mk Ii, 1d Mk Ii And A Computer

    Images interface cable (IFC-200D4). If your computer has a 4-pin type IEEE1394 port, you will need to Camera use a 4-pin – 4-pin type Canon interface cable (sold separately). Settings Remote Shooting For the location and direction of the IEEE1394 port, refer to the Preferences computer User’s Manual.

  • Page 9: Connecting The 1ds, 1d And A Computer

    Connect the cable’s plug to the IEEE1394 port on the If your computer has a 4-pin type IEEE1394 port, you will need to computer. Downloading use a 4-pin – 6-pin type Canon interface cable (sold separately). Images Camera Settings Remote Shooting Both plugs of the cable are the same, so connect either plug.

  • Page 10: Connecting The D60, D30 And A Computer

    Starting up EU Introduction When the camera’s power switch is set to < ON >, EU will start up, and Connecting the D60, D30 and a Computer the camera and computer will be able to communicate. Connect the camera and computer with the interface cable provided The start up process will vary depending on your camera model, so Contents at with your camera.

  • Page 11: Starting Up Eu With Cameras Other Than The 1d Series

    With Windows 2000, the [Event on device] dialog box appears. Select and the above dialog box appears before the dialog box in step 2 [Canon EOS Utility] and then click the [OK] button to start up EU. is displayed. This procedure is only necessary when connecting your camera With Windows 2000, a dialog box with a message such as and computer for the first time.

  • Page 12: Starting Up Eu With The 1d Series Cameras

    Index Computer” (p.12). With Windows 2000, the [Event on device] dialog box appears. Select [Canon EOS Utility] and then click the [OK] button to start up EU. This procedure is only necessary when connecting your camera and computer for the first time. From the next time you connect, EU will start up when you set your camera’s power switch to...

  • Page 13: Batch Downloading Images To Your Computer

    Batch Downloading Images to Your Computer Introduction You can batch download to your computer all the images saved in your Check the downloaded images. camera’s memory card. DPP Main window The downloaded images are sorted by date into folders and are then Contents at displayed in the main window of Digital Photo Professional (RAW image a Glance...

  • Page 14: Downloading Selected Images To Your Computer

    Introduction View and click to select the images to download. Downloading Selected Images to Your Computer Viewer window From the images saved in your camera’s memory card, you can select Contents at the ones you want and download them to your computer. a Glance Click [Lets you select and download images].

  • Page 15: Downloading Images With A Card Reader

    Window]. Downloading Images without Using Canon Software To download images with a card reader without using Canon software such as DPP or ZoomBrowser EX, copy to your computer the [DCIM] folder in the memory card. For more details about folder structures and files in the memory card, refer to p.54.

  • Page 16: Exiting Eu

    Exiting EU Introduction Click the [Quit] button. Contents at a Glance Downloading Images Camera Settings Remote Shooting The window closes and EU exits. Preferences Turn the camera’s power switch to < OFF >. Disconnect the cable from the camera and computer. Reference Do not pull on the cable;...

  • Page 17

    Setting the Camera from Your Computer Introduction This section explains how to set the camera’s functions from EU. Contents at Setting the Camera Owner’s Name and Date/Time ... a Glance Available Settings by Camera Model......Setting up Camera Functions ........Downloading Images Available Settings by Camera Model......

  • Page 18: Setting The Camera Owner's Name And Date/time

    Setting the Camera Owner’s Name and Date/Time Introduction You can set and apply to the camera, the camera owner’s name and Click the [ ] button. date/time, and record these as shooting information of shot images. Camera settings/remote shooting window Contents at Connect your camera and computer, and then start a Glance...

  • Page 19: Available Settings By Camera Model

    Introduction Click the required setting and specify each one. Available Settings by Camera Model Basic settings window Contents at a Glance 1D Mk II N Setting 1Ds Mk II REBELXTi REBELXT 350D 1D Mk II 400D REBEL 300D Downloading Images Owner’s name Camera Date/time...

  • Page 20: Setting Up Camera Functions

    Setting up Camera Functions Introduction You can set and apply to the camera Picture Styles, personal white Click the [ ] button. balance, JPEG quality, white balance adjustment, parameters and color matrices. Contents at a Glance Connect your camera and computer, and then start up EU (p.5, p.9) Downloading...

  • Page 21: Available Settings By Camera Model

    Introduction Click the required setting and specify each one. Available Settings by Camera Model Shot settings window Contents at a Glance 1Ds Mk II Setting 1D Mk II N REBELXT 1D Mk II REBELXTi 350D 400D Downloading Images Picture Style –...

  • Page 22: Setting Picture Styles And Applying To The Camera

    Picture Styles in the camera as user- Images defined settings. You can also register Picture Style files in the camera as user-defined settings you have downloaded from the Canon’s website or created with Camera Picture Style Editor (Picture Style file creating software) (hereinafter Settings PSE) and saved to your computer.

  • Page 23: Changing Picture Style Settings And Applying To The Camera

    Introduction Changing Picture Style Settings and Applying Drag the slider for each item left or right. to the Camera Contents at You can set your own Picture Style [Sharpness], [Contrast], [Saturation] a Glance and [Color tone] and apply them to the camera, in the same way as operating from the camera.

  • Page 24: Customizing Picture Styles And Applying To The Camera

    Introduction Customizing Picture Styles and Applying to Select a Picture Style from the [User defined Picture Style] list box. the Camera Contents at You can set your own Picture Style item, [Sharpness], [Contrast], a Glance [Saturation] and [Color tone] values and register up to three of these as user-defined settings in your camera, in the same way as operating from the camera.

  • Page 25: Applying Picture Style Files To The Camera

    Applying Picture Style Files to the Camera Click the [Open] button. You can register up to three Picture Style files downloaded from the Canon’s website or created with PSE and saved to your computer, as Contents at user-defined settings in your camera.

  • Page 26: Registering Personal White Balance In The Camera

    Introduction Registering Personal White Balance in the Camera A Picture Style file is an extended function of Picture Style. For more details on Picture Style files, refer to the Canon’s website. 1D Mk II N 1Ds Mk II 1D Mk II...

  • Page 27: Setting Jpeg Quality And Applying To The Camera

    Introduction Select the personal white balance to be registered Setting JPEG Quality and Applying to the Camera and click the [Open] button. 1D Mk II N 1Ds Mk II 1D Mk II Contents at a Glance You can set the JPEG image quality and apply it to the camera, in the same way as operating from the camera.

  • Page 28: Adjusting White Balance And Applying To The Camera

    Introduction Click the [ ] button. Adjusting White Balance and Applying to the Camera The display returns to the shot settings window. 1D Mk II N 1Ds Mk II 1D Mk II Contents at To revert the corrected values to the original values, follow the a Glance REBELXTi 400D...

  • Page 29: Setting Parameters And Applying To The Camera

    Introduction Select a tab to be set and specify the settings for Setting Parameters and Applying to the Camera each item. 1Ds Mk II 1D Mk II Contents at a Glance With RAW Image Task (RAW image processing software), you can adjust the tone curve of a shot RAW image, and you can save the result as a tone curve file.

  • Page 30: Setting A Color Matrix And Applying To The Camera

    Introduction Click the color matrix to be set in the camera. Setting a Color Matrix and Applying to the Camera 1Ds Mk II 1D Mk II Contents at a Glance You can select a color matrix and apply to the camera, in the same way as operating from the camera.

  • Page 31: Customizing A Color Matrix And Applying To The Camera

    Introduction Customizing a Color Matrix and Applying to Select the setting to be set from each list box. the Camera Contents at You can customize [Color tone], [Saturation] and [Color space] and a Glance register up to two in the camera as color matrices [6CM set1] and [7CM set2].

  • Page 32: Customizing Camera Functions (personal Functions)

    Customizing Camera Functions (Personal Functions) Introduction Checkmark the box [ ] and specify the required 1D Mk II N 1Ds Mk II 1D Mk II settings (p.32 to p.38) You can customize the camera to your needs by selecting detailed settings for each function.

  • Page 33: Description Of Personal Functions

    Introduction Specifies the metering mode for manual P.Fn-03 Description of Personal Functions exposure A description of the content of each Personal Function is given below in Select the metering mode to be specified. Contents at the order of their function numbers. a Glance You can specify the metering mode to be used in the manual shown in this section provides a brief description of the...

  • Page 34

    Introduction Sets the maximum and minimum apertures to be Registering the Modes and Settings with the P.Fn-05 P.Fn-06 used Camera Select the maximum and minimum apertures from the list box. Contents at a Glance Set the shooting mode and shooting mode settings For example, if you set 1.4 for the largest aperture (minimum f/ number) and 8.0 for the smallest aperture (maximum f/number), the (for example, aperture setting for aperture-priority...

  • Page 35

    Introduction Repeats bracketing during continuous shooting P.Fn-07 To register the modes and settings, first press the < > button before the < > button. If you press the < > button first, While you hold down the shutter button, bracketing repeats the camera will only select the registered modes and settings continuously in the currently selected drive mode.

  • Page 36

    Introduction Retains the shift amount for program shift Executes AI Servo AF continuous shooting P.Fn-10 P.Fn-13 giving priority to the drive speed Normally, any program shift amount is canceled after you take the picture. This Personal Function retains the program shift amount. Contents at a Glance This function is useful when you want to shift the standard program...

  • Page 37

    Introduction Enables automatic shooting when focus is Disables automatic AF point selection P.Fn-16 P.Fn-17 achieved at the fixed point of focus while the When you select beyond the peripheral AF point, the selection stops shutter button is pressed fully there. It makes selecting a peripheral AF point faster. Contents at a Glance This takes the picture automatically when the subject comes to the...

  • Page 38

    Introduction Limits the number of shots during continuous P.Fn-20 Note that if you set a longer activation time, the battery become shooting exhausted more quickly and the number of possible shots will be reduced. This enables you to enter the maximum number of shots to be Contents at a Glance exposed during continuous shooting while the shutter button is...

  • Page 39

    Introduction Enables the electronic dial’s function to be used Add original decision data P.Fn-27 P.Fn-31 in the reverse direction 1D Mk II N 1Ds Mk II 1D Mk II The electronic dial’s rotational function can be reversed for selecting Contents at The data that shows whether or not the image is the original one can a Glance the AF point and setting the shutter speed and aperture.

  • Page 40: Checking Settings And Application To Camera

    Introduction Checking Settings and Application to Camera Saving and Loading Settings You can check the content of the specified Personal Functions and You can save specified Personal Functions to your computer as a Contents at whether they have been applied to the camera. Personal Function settings file, as well as load and apply them to the a Glance camera.

  • Page 41: Loading Settings And Applying To The Camera

    Introduction Loading Settings and Applying to the Camera Click the [Open] button. Contents at The [Open] dialog box appears. a Glance Open the folder where the settings are saved, select a file and click the [Open] button. Downloading Images The saved Personal Function settings file is loaded. Click the [OK] button.

  • Page 42

    Remote Shooting by Controlling the Camera from Your Computer Introduction You can change the camera settings and shoot photos by remotely controlling the camera from EU. You can also shoot by directly operating Contents at your camera even during remote shooting, or preset a time allowing the a Glance camera to shoot automatically with timer shooting.

  • Page 43: Remote Shooting By Controlling The Camera From Your Computer

    Remote Shooting by Controlling the Camera from Your Computer Introduction You can remote control your camera and shoot from your computer. Set the camera. Shot images are saved to your computer, and you can check them immediately in the Digital Photo Professional (hereinafter DPP), which is Contents at linked to start up automatically.

  • Page 44: Displays And Settings By Camera Model

    Introduction Click the [ ] button and take a shot. Displays and Settings by Camera Model The shot images are transferred to the computer, DPP starts up automatically, and the shot images are displayed. Contents at a Glance To switch to the main window, select the [Window] menu [Main 1D Mk II N 1Ds Mk II...

  • Page 45: Shooting By Operating The Camera

    Shooting by Operating the Camera Timer-controlled Shooting Introduction Even when remote shooting is set, you can still operate the camera and Two types of timer shooting are available where the camera shoot – as when shooting with only the camera. Also, since the shot automatically takes shots at a specified time or a specified number.

  • Page 46

    Preferences Introduction You can change each of the EU functions in the preferences window to make them easier to use. Contents at a Glance Preferences ............. Basic Settings............. Downloading Images Destination Folder ............File Names ..............Camera Download Images............Settings Remote Shooting............

  • Page 47: Preferences

    Preferences Introduction Connect the camera and your computer. Basic Settings You can specify the operation when EU starts up and whether the Auto Contents at On the main window, click the [Preferences] button, power off function is enabled or disabled. a Glance or in another window, select the [File] menu [Preferences].

  • Page 48: Images

    Introduction Destination Folder File Names You can specify the save destination folder of images downloaded from You can specify the file name of images downloaded from your camera Contents at your camera or of images shot remotely. or of images shot remotely. a Glance Downloading Images...

  • Page 49: Camera Settings

    Introduction Download Images Linked Software You can set the images from the list box that are downloaded when You can select the linked software that starts up when images are Contents at [Starts to download images] in the main window is clicked. downloaded from the camera or when images are shot remotely.

  • Page 50: Remote Shooting

    Reference Introduction This reference section has been provided to enhance your experience using EU. Contents at It contains various troubleshooting solutions, how to delete EU from your a Glance computer and explanations of the various windows. An index is provided at the end of the chapter for you to easily find Downloading information you are looking for.

  • Page 51: Troubleshooting

    Install the software on your computer. Connect the camera and your computer. EU and the camera may not communicate normally with a cable other than the EOS DIGITAL camera-dedicated Canon interface cable (p.5 Reference If you have connected the camera and your computer with the p.9).

  • Page 52

    Introduction If there is insufficient charge left in the camera battery, the camera Communication between EU and the camera disconnected cannot communicate with EU. Either replace with a fully charged Operation of the Auto power off function will automatically switch the battery or use the DC coupler kit provided with the 1D series, Contents at or an AC adaptor kit (sold separately) for other...

  • Page 53: Monitor Folder Function (function For Use With The Wft-e1/e1a)

    Monitor Folder Function (Function for Use with the WFT-E1/E1A) Introduction This is a function for checking your images with Digital Photo Click the [Browse] button and specify the save Professional (hereinafter DPP) in real time using the Wireless File destination folder for shot images. Transmitter WFT-E1/E1A (sold separately).

  • Page 54: Function For Use With The Accessories

    Function for Use with the Accessories Introduction If you have the Wireless File Transmitter WFT-E1/E1A (sold separately) Click the software you want to start up. or the Original Data Security Kit OSK-E3 (sold separately), you can start up the previously mentioned accessory software from EU. And you can Contents at also start up the Picture Style Editor (Picture Style file creating a Glance...

  • Page 55: Folder Structure And File Names In The Memory Card

    Folder Structure and File Names in the Memory Card Introduction Images shot with the camera are saved in the memory card’s [DCIM] The “xxx” in the folder names represents a number between 100 folder with the following folder structure and file names. Refer to the and 999.

  • Page 56: Uninstalling The Software

    , refer to the Software Instruction Manual provided with the Click the [Start] button, select [All Programs] camera. Camera ([Programs] in Windows 2000) [Canon Utilities] Log in under the Computer administrator/Administrator privileges Settings [EOS Utility] [EOS Utility Uninstall]. when deleting the driver.

  • Page 57: List Of Main Window Functions

    List of Main Window Functions Introduction Control camera tab sheet Accessories tab sheet Contents at a Glance Downloading (p.12) (p.53) Images (p.13, p.57) Camera Settings (p.42, p.58) (p.52) Remote Shooting Preferences (p.46) Exits EU (p.15) Reference Index...

  • Page 58: List Of Viewer Window Functions

    List of Viewer Window Functions Introduction Downloads the images to the computer Shows/hides the image frame Image display size Shows/hides the image information display area Selects the folder of the image Starts up the linked software Contents at a Glance displayed in the window Deletes the image Selects the condition of...

  • Page 59: List Of Camera Settings/remote Shooting Window Functions

    List of Camera Settings/Remote Shooting Window Functions Introduction Image recording quality Shutter speed Contents at a Glance Downloading Shooting mode Aperture Images ISO speed White balance Color temperature Camera Metering mode Save destination of shot images (p.48) Settings Exposure compensation Panel 1 Remote Shooting...

  • Page 60: Index

    Index Introduction Remote Shooting Settings (Preferences) ..........Adjusting the White Balance ............... Applying Picture Style Files ..............Contents at Setting a Color Matrix ................a Glance Setting JPEG Quality................Basic Settings (Preferences) .............. Setting Parameters................Setting Picture Styles ................Downloading Images Setting the Camera Owner’s Name.............

  • Page 61: About This Instruction Manual

    It is prohibited to reproduce, in whole or part, the contents of this Instruction Manual without permission. Contents at a Glance Canon may change without notice the software specifications and contents of this Instruction Manual. The software screens and displays printed in this Instruction Manual Downloading may differ slightly from the actual software.

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