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    Basic Functions Things to Mastering More Advanced Contents Appendices & Features Remember the Basics Techniques Click a tab to jump to that chapter. Software User Guide for Macintosh • ImageBrowser • PhotoStitch How to Use This Manual New Features in This Version...

  • Page 2: About This Manual

    & Features Remember the Basics Techniques About this Manual Notation Conventions The contents of this manual are classified according to the following symbols. IMPORTANT • The “Important” sections contain operating precautions or important topics. Ensure that you read them. HINT • The “Hint” sections contain procedural suggestions and tips for your convenience. Read them as necessary. Operating Environment • This manual uses Mac OS X v10.4 screen shots and procedures in the explanations. The screen shots and procedures may appear slightly different if you are using another version of Mac OS. • The displayed screens and procedures may also differ slightly from the examples depending upon the camera or printer model in use. • The explanations in this guide are based on the premise that a Canon compact camera will be used with the software. Word Searches This document is provided as an Adobe Reader document. Use Adobe Reader’s Search functions to find specific words or phrases that you recall but cannot find. To access this function, in Adobe Reader click the [Edit] menu and select the [Search] option. If you are using Adobe Reader 8 or later, you can also perform searches with the [Find] function right on the toolbar. Input search text here...

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    Basic Functions Things to Mastering More Advanced Contents Appendices & Features Remember the Basics Techniques This page and the next present the basic functions of ImageBrowser as well as some of its special features. To Download Downloading Download images (p. 10) with a single click. To Print Print with the layouts you want. Printing (p. 13) To View Displaying Shooting Magnifying Information the Display (p. 21) (p.

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    Basic Functions Things to Mastering More Advanced Contents Appendices & Features Remember the Basics Techniques To Edit Adjusting Red-Eye Color and Correction Brightness (p. 23) (p. 22) Inserting Trimming TEXT Text (p. 22) (p. 23) Converting Merging Images RAW Images into Panoramas (p.

  • Page 5: Table Of Contents

    Basic Functions Things to Mastering More Advanced Contents Appendices & Features Remember the Basics Techniques Table of Contents About this Manual ......................2 Basic Functions & Features ................3 Things to Remember ..................7 The Two ImageBrowser Windows ................7 Download Window/Organizing Window ...............

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    Basic Functions Things to Mastering More Advanced Contents Appendices & Features Remember the Basics Techniques Exporting ........................30 Changing Image (Stills) Sizes and Types ..............30 Exporting Shooting Information ................30 Creating Computer Screen Saver Images .............. 31 Creating Computer Wallpaper Images ..............31 Extracting Stills from Movies ................. 32 Email ..........................33 Attaching Images to Email ..................33 Slide Shows ........................34 Viewing Images in Slide Shows .

  • Page 7: The Two Imagebrowser Windows

    Basic Functions Things to Mastering More Advanced Contents Appendices & Features Remember the Basics Techniques The Two ImageBrowser Windows Download Window/Organizing Window The following two windows are the main ones used for ImageBrowser procedures. Download window, which opens when a camera is connected. CameraWindow View of camera images You can download all or a selection of images from the connected camera. CameraWindow closes and the screen changes after the images are downloaded from the camera. Organizing window for downloaded images. Main Window Click this icon in the Dock.

  • Page 8: Browser Window

    Basics Techniques Browser Window How to Display the Browser Window The Browser Window will display after camera images are downloaded and CameraWindow closes. You can also display it by clicking the ImageBrowser icon in the Dock (the bar at the bottom of the desktop). • If the ImageBrowser icon is not displayed in the Dock, double-click the Applications] folder, followed by the [Canon Utilities] folder, [ImageBrowser] folder and the [ImageBrowser] icon. Names of the Browser Window Parts Browser Area Icons that indicate image properties display around thumbnail images, as Display Modes shown on the bottom left. Menu Bar Last Acquired Images Displays the last images downloaded.

  • Page 9: How To Perform Tasks

    Basic Functions Things to Mastering More Advanced Contents Appendices & Features Remember the Basics Techniques How to Perform Tasks Selecting and Using Functions You can use many ImageBrowser functions by selecting them from the Control Panel or a menu and then following the instructions in the window that opens. Select a function from the Control Panel or a menu. Follow the instructions to perform the task.

  • Page 10: Downloading Images

    Basic Functions Things to Mastering More Advanced Contents Appendices & Features Remember the Basics Techniques Downloading Images Downloading Images by Connecting the Camera to a Computer Download the camera images to the computer. IMPORTANT • The instructions in this software manual assume that you have correctly installed the software. See the guides supplied with your product package for software installation procedures.

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    Basic Functions Things to Mastering More Advanced Contents Appendices & Features Remember the Basics Techniques When you click [OK] in the dialog that indicates the transfer is complete, the downloaded images will display in the Main Window. You can select the newly downloaded images by their shooting dates or My Category (select models only) classification. (These are virtual folders.) : Folders containing newly acquired images • Images from memory cards with large numbers of images (more than 1,000) may not download correctly. If this happens, please use a memory card reader to download. HINT Changing the Download Destination Folder The default settings save downloaded images into the [Pictures] folder. To change the destination folder, select [Operate using this computer] in CameraWindow, then click the button shown on the right, and select a folder.

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    Basic Functions Things to Mastering More Advanced Contents Appendices & Features Remember the Basics Techniques HINT Selecting Images to Download To download only a selection of images from the camera, select [Operate using this computer] in CameraWindow that first appears and then perform the following procedures. 1 Select images to download. 2 Start the download. Downloading Using Camera Commands You can use the camera’s (Print/Share) button to download the images to the computer (Direct Transfer). See the Camera User Guide for Direct Transfer settings and procedures. Downloading from a Memory Card Reader ImageBrowser will start when you insert a memory card into the memory card reader, and display the following window. Use this window to perform the downloading procedures.

  • Page 13: Printing

    Basic Functions Things to Mastering More Advanced Contents Appendices & Features Remember the Basics Techniques Printing Printing a Single Image on a Single Page Prints one image per page. Select images for printing. Click [Print & Email], and [Photo Print].

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    Basic Functions Things to Mastering More Advanced Contents Appendices & Features Remember the Basics Techniques Set the categories as desired. Sets the printer, paper size and borderless printing settings. Sets the shooting date/time imprint settings. Click here to Click here to insert crop and print text onto an image a portion of an and print. image. Click [Print]. Print window will display. Click [Print]. Printing will start. HINT Laying Out and Printing You can also select multiple images, add captions and print freely composed layouts on a single page.

  • Page 15: Index Print

    Basic Functions Things to Mastering More Advanced Contents Appendices & Features Remember the Basics Techniques Index Print Prints an index of the images. Select images for printing. Click [Print & Email], and [Index Print].

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    Basic Functions Things to Mastering More Advanced Contents Appendices & Features Remember the Basics Techniques Set the categories as desired. Select an image to rotate or trim. Sets the printer, paper size and number of print copies settings. Sets the number of rows or columns. Configures the printing of the shooting information, comments, headers, footers or page numbers. Rotates selected images. Click here to crop a portion of the selected image and print it. Click [Print]. Print window will display. Click [Print]. Printing will start.

  • Page 17: How To Use Camerawindow

    Basic Functions Things to Mastering More Advanced Contents Appendices & Features Remember the Basics Techniques How to Use CameraWindow First Window to Open This is the first screen to appear in CameraWindow. Downloads all images that have not yet been downloaded. Closes this window and opens a camera image browser window that lets you select and download images.

  • Page 18: Screen Showing The Image Index List And Image View

    Basic Functions Things to Mastering More Advanced Contents Appendices & Features Remember the Basics Techniques Screen Showing the Image Index List and Image View The Thumbnail Window on the left of the screen displays the images on the memory card in the camera as “thumbnails” or small versions of the images in an index list. When you select an image from the Thumbnail Window, the image displays in the View Window on the right. Configures settings such as the Aligns the windows. thumbnail size and download folder. Switches between Configures the name window display modes. of the camera owner. Thumbnail Window View Window Uploads computer images to the camera.

  • Page 19: Mastering The Basics

    • Displays the images in Preview Mode: Displays information • You can register folders you use the selected folder. about the selected image. often as Favorite Folders ( Index List Mode: Displays image Register by clicking [Add]. information if you click the [File] menu and select [Get Info]. Display Control Panel Configures the settings for displaying images in the Browser Area. Canon Camera Send to Trash Displays CameraWindow. Deletes selected images or folders • Deleted images are placed in the Trash. View Image • If you mistakenly send an image to the Displays the selected image in Trash, click the [Trash] icon in the Dock the Viewer Window. and restore the image to its original Slide Show folder in the Finder. Displays the selected images in Print & Email succession in the window.

  • Page 20: Browser Area Tasks

    Basic Functions Things to Mastering More Advanced Contents Appendices & Features Remember the Basics Techniques Browser Area Tasks Display Mode Selects a display mode for the Browser Area. Preview Mode: allows the List Mode: allows image information to be read thumbnails to be viewed at a while viewing the image. size suited for easy viewing. Functions Used in the Browser Area Create New Folder To create a new folder in the Browser Area, click the [File] menu and select [New Folder].

  • Page 21: Viewer (view Image) Window

    Basic Functions Things to Mastering More Advanced Contents Appendices & Features Remember the Basics Techniques Viewer (View Image) Window Double-clicking an image in the Browser Window displays it in this window. Shooting information Change the display Set the Star Rating. magnification. Zooming in displays the Navigator window to show the relative position on the image. Saves an image. Display the shooting information. You can configure the Edit an image. information display by clicking the [ImageBrowser] menu and Display multiple selecting [Preferences]. images side by side. Display at full screen size. • The [Display Original Image] button will display beneath RAW images in the Viewer Window. Click this button to display the converted image in the Viewer Window.

  • Page 22: Editing Images

    Basic Functions Things to Mastering More Advanced Contents Appendices & Features Remember the Basics Techniques Editing Images IMPORTANT • The original image will be overwritten after an image is edited unless the file name is changed before saving it. To preserve the original image intact, change the file name when saving the edited image. • This section introduces the procedures for starting from the [Edit] button in the Viewer Window, but you can also start the same process by clicking the [Edit] menu and selecting [Edit still image].

  • Page 23: Red Eye Correction

    Basic Functions Things to Mastering More Advanced Contents Appendices & Features Remember the Basics Techniques Red Eye Correction Restores eye appearance to the original color when light reflected from the flash makes them appear red. Procedures Double-click an image. [Edit] and [Red Eye Correction]. Movies and RAW images cannot be edited. • Click [Start] when Auto Mode is selected. • Switch to Manual Mode if Auto Mode cannot correct the image and select the location of the eye to correct. Inserting Text Use this to insert text onto the image. Procedures You can freely adjust the font, Double-click an image. size, color and text attributes.

  • Page 24: Correcting Levels

    Basic Functions Things to Mastering More Advanced Contents Appendices & Features Remember the Basics Techniques Correcting Levels You can adjust the highlights (brightest portions), shadows (darkest portions) and mid- tone levels of an image while viewing its histogram. Procedures Double-click an image. Level Adjustment [Edit] and [Level Adjustment]. Movies and RAW images cannot be edited. Correcting Tone Curves You can adjust the color balance and brightness of an image using its tone curve (input/output conversion graph of image brightness). Procedures Double-click an image. Tone Curve Adjustment [Edit] and [Tone Curve Adjustment].

  • Page 25: Adjusting Sharpness–emphasizing Outlines

    Basic Functions Things to Mastering More Advanced Contents Appendices & Features Remember the Basics Techniques Adjusting Sharpness–Emphasizing Outlines Makes images appear sharper by emphasizing the outlines of subjects, such as people and objects. Procedures Double-click an image. Sharpen [Edit] and [Sharpness]. • Movies and RAW images cannot be edited. Auto Adjustment Automatically adjusts the image color balance and brightness. Procedures Double-click an image. [Edit] and [Auto Adjustment].

  • Page 26: Using Other Editing Software

    Basic Functions Things to Mastering More Advanced Contents Appendices & Features Remember the Basics Techniques Using Other Editing Software If you register another image editing program with ImageBrowser in advance, you can use that software to edit an image selected in ImageBrowser. Registering an Editing Program Procedures Register the program so it can be started from within ImageBrowser. [ImageBrowser] and [Preferences]. Other Image ImageBrowser [Register Application] Editing Program Editing Images with a Registered Editing Program Procedures Double-click an image.

  • Page 27: Attaching Sounds

    Basic Functions Things to Mastering More Advanced Contents Appendices & Features Remember the Basics Techniques Attaching Sounds You can add sound to images and play back the sounds. Adding Sound Procedures Select an image. [File], [Sound] and [Record]. • ImageBrowser’s Sound Recorder uses Symbol displayed on image the Mac OS X recording function. If thumbnails to which sound required, prepare such equipment as a files have been added. microphone, and check that recording is enabled in the [System Preferences], [Sound] window. • To delete a recorded sound, click the [File] menu and select [Sound], followed by [Send to Trash]. • To record a new sound for an image that already has one associated with it, click the [File] menu and select [Sound],...

  • Page 28: Creating Panoramic Images–photostitch

    Basic Functions Things to Mastering More Advanced Contents Appendices & Features Remember the Basics Techniques Creating Panoramic Images–PhotoStitch You can create wide panoramic images by moving the camera slightly when recording a series of images and merging them into one image. Procedures Select the images that you want to stitch together. [Edit] and [PhotoStitch]. • Movies and RAW images cannot be edited. Use the PhotoStitch program to create panoramic images. HINT Using the Stitch Assist Mode If you use the camera’s Stitch Assist mode to record the images, PhotoStitch can automatically detect the image order and merge direction, making it easier to merge the images. (Some camera models may not feature the Stitch Assist mode.)

  • Page 29: More Advanced Techniques

    Basic Functions Things to Mastering More Advanced Contents Appendices & Features Remember the Basics Techniques Converting RAW Images You can convert RAW images to JPEG and TIFF images. Image type suited for pasting Image type retaining Procedures into word processing documents the detailed image Select a RAW image. and general programs, and for data from the initial sending email.

  • Page 30: Exporting

    Basic Functions Things to Mastering More Advanced Contents Appendices & Features Remember the Basics Techniques Exporting Changing Image (Stills) Sizes and Types You can change an image’s size and format when exporting it so that it can be published on the Internet or attached to an email message. Procedures Select an image. [File] and [Export Image]. [Edit and Save Image] [Next >] • You will lose the shooting information if you save images as a type other than .bmp .jpg .tif JPEG.

  • Page 31: Creating Computer Screen Saver Images

    Basic Functions Things to Mastering More Advanced Contents Appendices & Features Remember the Basics Techniques Creating Computer Screen Saver Images You can export images to serve as computer screen savers. Procedures Select an image. [File] and [Export Image]. [Export as a Screensaver] [Next >] Creating Computer Wallpaper Images You can export images to serve as computer wallpaper images. Procedures Select an image.

  • Page 32: Extracting Stills From Movies

    Basic Functions Things to Mastering More Advanced Contents Appendices & Features Remember the Basics Techniques Extracting Stills from Movies You can extract and save stills from your favourite frames recorded in a movie. Procedures Select an image. [Edit] and [Extract frames from a movie]. Extract your best shots as stills...

  • Page 33: Email

    Basic Functions Things to Mastering More Advanced Contents Appendices & Features Remember the Basics Techniques Email Attaching Images to Email You can send images as email file attachments. Procedures You can configure [Print & Email] and the image size and [Create Image for quality settings. Email]. • You can configure how the email program automatically starts up after the image is created by opening the [Applications] folder, and double-clicking...

  • Page 34: Slide Shows

    Basic Functions Things to Mastering More Advanced Contents Appendices & Features Remember the Basics Techniques Slide Shows Viewing Images in Slide Shows A multiple selection of images can be shown at full size on the screen in succession as a slide show. You can freely configure the Procedures transition effects, information displayed and display time settings. [SlideShow] • You can configure the slide show display method by clicking the [View] menu and selecting [Slide Show Options].

  • Page 35: Image Management

    Basic Functions Things to Mastering More Advanced Contents Appendices & Features Remember the Basics Techniques Image Management Changing File Names in Batches You can change the file names of multiple images in one procedure. Procedures Select an image. Name + Number [File], [Organize Image] and [Rename]. Shooting Date + Number • You can change individual file and Name + Shooting Date + Number Change randomly folder names by clicking on the file...

  • Page 36: Classifying Images Into Star Ratings Folders

    Basic Functions Things to Mastering More Advanced Contents Appendices & Features Remember the Basics Techniques Classifying Images Into Star Ratings Folders You can classify images according to their Star Ratings into separate folders. Procedures Select an image. [File], [Organize Image] and [Sort Images]. [The files will be organized by Star Rating.] [Next >] You can organize the images you have recorded according...

  • Page 37: Images

    Basic Functions Things to Mastering More Advanced Contents Appendices & Features Remember the Basics Techniques...

  • Page 38: Assigning Keywords

    Basic Functions Things to Mastering More Advanced Contents Appendices & Features Remember the Basics Techniques Assigning Keywords You can set Keywords for use in image searches. Procedures Select an image. Switch to [Preview Mode]. Set [Keywords]. Select keywords • Keywords can also be managed from the [Edit] menu or File Information Window. • To add keywords, click the [Edit] menu and select [Manage] from the [Keyword] submenu. HINT About the Image Information This chart shows the information other than shooting information that can be added to images.

  • Page 39: Searching, Filtering And Sorting Images

    Basic Functions Things to Mastering More Advanced Contents Appendices & Features Remember the Basics Techniques Searching, Filtering and Sorting Images Searching Images You can search images using parameters extracted from the information associated with them. Procedures [File] and [Search]. • After a search, the correlated images display in the [Search Results] folder. Favorite photo Date Keyword Comment HINT Tasks Related to Search Results You can select images in the [Search Results] folder and perform operations on them, such as printing or copying them to other folders.

  • Page 40: Filtering Images

    Basic Functions Things to Mastering More Advanced Contents Appendices & Features Remember the Basics Techniques Filtering Images You can use filters to display only images meeting the selected parameters in the Browser Area. Procedures [Filter Tool] This section is used to specify the filter criteria. Star Ratings My Category Sorting Images You can sort images in the Browser Area based on the specified parameters. Procedures [View] and [Sort]. File Name Shooting Date/Time File Modification Type File Size Ascending/...

  • Page 41: Comparing Images

    Basic Functions Things to Mastering More Advanced Contents Appendices & Features Remember the Basics Techniques Comparing Images Comparing Multiple Images When a good photo opportunity arises, you can shoot the same subject using different shutter speeds and exposures. In ImageBrowser, it is easy to compare images so that minute differences can be detected. Procedures Select several images to compare. [View Image] Select a view method from [Number of Displays]. [Synchronize] • Selecting [Synchronize] causes actions such as increasing/reducing the magnification level or scrolling around...

  • Page 42: Remote Shooting

    Set the camera to the Playback mode and switch it If CameraWindow opens, click [Operate using this computer], followed by Open the [Applications] folder, [Canon Utilities] folder, [CameraWindow] folder, and double-click the [RemoteCapture DC] icon. IMPORTANT • Remote shooting is only available with certain camera models that list it as one of the features in the “Specifications” section of the Camera User Guide .

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    Basic Functions Things to Mastering More Advanced Contents Appendices & Features Remember the Basics Techniques Sets the rotation setting of the image being recorded. Remote Shooting Window This setting cannot be adjusted Selects the image’s recording if the [Auto Rotate] function of size and compression. your camera is set to [On]. Releases the camera shutter (you You can add a comment can also release it by pressing to an image. the camera’s shutter button or the space bar on the keyboard). Viewfinder Sets the camera’s zoom. Turns the viewfinder display on or off. Resets the exposure, focus and white balance settings. Sets the shooting settings. HINT Interval Timer Shooting This method captures a set number of frames recorded at set intervals of time. Click the [Shooting] menu and select [Interval Timer Shooting]. (Short intervals may be insufficient for image transmission and saving, resulting in the failure to capture images at the specified interval.)

  • Page 44: My Camera Settings

    Set the camera to the • Shutter Sound Playback mode and switch it If CameraWindow opens, click [Operate using this computer], followed by Open the [Applications] folder, [Canon Utilities] folder, [CameraWindow] folder, and double-click the [MyCamera DC] icon. IMPORTANT • My Camera Settings are only available with certain camera models that list them as features in the “Specifications” section of the Camera User Guide .

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    Basic Functions Things to Mastering More Advanced Contents Appendices & Features Remember the Basics Techniques You can register the start-up image, start-up sound, shutter sound, operation sound and self-timer sound collectively if you select [Theme]. My Camera Settings registered in the camera. My Camera Settings in the computer. After selecting a My Camera Settings file from the left-hand list, select a My Camera Settings file to replace in the right-hand list and click this button, then click [Set to Camera] to register it in the camera. HINT Creating My Camera Settings Comply with the following specifications if you create My Camera Settings in image editing or sound editing software. Start-up images: Compression Method: JPEG (Baseline JPEG) Data Sampling: 4:2:0 or 4:2:2 Type Duration in Seconds Pixels (w x h): 320 x 240 pixels 11.025 kHz...

  • Page 46: Uploading Images

    Procedures Connect the camera to the computer. Set the camera to the Playback mode and switch it on. Click [Operate using this computer]. Show favorite images to friends or connect a TV to show them on a large screen. Click (Send to Camera). • If the Browser Window is open when the camera is connected (directly after downloading for instance), open CameraWindow by clicking the [Canon Camera] icon in the Control Panel of the Browser Window. IMPORTANT • Only images compliant with Design rule for Camera File system standards can be uploaded to your camera’s memory card.

  • Page 47: Preference Settings

    Basic Functions Things to Mastering More Advanced Contents Appendices & Features Remember the Basics Techniques Preference Settings Customizing ImageBrowser You can configure ImageBrowser to operate according to your preferences. • Overall coloring, such as Procedures window appearances • Processing methods for images shot with the [ImageBrowser] and camera on end [Preferences]. • Categories of shooting information displayed • Show/hide messages • Print settings • Registering applications...

  • Page 48: Appendices

    Basic Functions Things to Mastering More Advanced Contents Appendices & Features Remember the Basics Techniques Supported Image Types The following is a list of image types supported by ImageBrowser. JPEG Most cameras use this image type. It compresses at very high ratios, taking advantage of the characteristics of the human eye. However, because it is an irreversible compression method (part of the data is lost during compression), if you process and save an image repeatedly using this method, the image may become rougher. Exif JPEG is an image type that adds information such as shooting data to a JPEG image. This is a proprietary image type provided by Canon. It allows the output of the image pixels from a digital camera without any deterioration in the quality of the image. Some cameras might not support this image type. PICT This is the standard image type for Macintosh. This image type is supported by most Macintosh software. TIFF This is a relatively popular image type. It is widely supported by non-Macintosh programs (such as Windows). Windows Bitmap This image type comes standard with Windows. Most Windows programs support it. QuickTime/AVI These are movies, which display as a movie icon in the Browser Area of ImageBrowser.

  • Page 49: New Features In This Version

    Contents Appendices & Features Remember the Basics Techniques New Features in This Version The following features were added or changed in this version of ImageBrowser. (ImageBrowser Ver. 5.8 to 6.0) CameraWindow Makeover CameraWindow has been completely revamped to make the linkage tighter between Canon brand cameras and ImageBrowser and to add convenience and functionality. It may not be possible to use the new CameraWindow with some camera models. Changes to Memory Card Downloading Methods The Camera Control Window was used in prior versions to download images from memory card readers. From this version onward, these downloads are performed as an ImageBrowser function in the Browser Window. The data reading speed has also been significantly accelerated. Text Insertion Feature Added to Printing Functions In addition to the ability to print such information as the shooting date with the image, you are now able to add text freely during the printing preparation. Greeting cards and photos bearing messages can now be made with ease.

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    Basic Functions Things to Mastering More Advanced Contents Appendices & Features Remember the Basics Techniques Software User Guide Macintosh (ImageBrowser, PhotoStitch) Disclaimer • While every effort has been made to ensure that the information contained in this guide is accurate and complete, no liability can be accepted for any errors or omissions. Canon reserves the right to change the specifications of the hardware and software described herein at any time without prior notice. • No part of this guide may be reproduced, transmitted, transcribed, stored in a retrieval system, or translated into any language in any form, by any means, without the prior written permission of Canon. • Canon makes no warranties for damages resulting from corrupted or lost data due to a mistaken operation or malfunction of the camera, the software, memory cards, personal computers, peripheral devices, or use of non-Canon memory cards. Trademark Acknowledgments • Macintosh, the Mac logo, QuickTime and the QuickTime logo are trademarks of Apple, Inc., registered in the U.S. and other countries. CDA-E014-010 © 2007 CANON INC.

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