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Canon Wireless File Transmitter WFT-E2 II A Instruction Manual

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Wireless File Transmitter
WFT-E2 II
Instruction Manual for Use With
EOS-1D Mark III or EOS-1Ds Mark III
Before using the WFT-E2 II with an EOS-1D Mark III or EOS-1Ds Mark III, make sure the
camera firmware is Ver. 1.3.0 or later for the EOS-1D Mark III and Ver. 1.2.0 or later for the
EOS-1Ds Mark III.
For details, contact a Canon Service Center.
This instruction manual describes the use of the transmitter when connected to the EOS-1D
Mark III or EOS-1Ds Mark III.
When using the transmitter with the EOS-1D Mark IV, refer to the PDF manual in the
EOS_1DIV folder.
To comply with local radio wave regulations, Canon offers four region-specific versions of
the transmitter (WFT-E2 IIA, E2 IIB, E2 IIC, and E2 IID) in various areas around the world
(p.6). For convenience, we refer to the product in this manual simply as "the transmitter,"
without reference to versions A, B, C, or D.
To EOS-1D Mark IV Users
INSTRUCTION MANUAL
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  • Page 1 When using the transmitter with the EOS-1D Mark IV, refer to the PDF manual in the EOS_1DIV folder. To comply with local radio wave regulations, Canon offers four region-specific versions of the transmitter (WFT-E2 IIA, E2 IIB, E2 IIC, and E2 IID) in various areas around the world (p.6).
  • Page 2: Introduction

    Introduction The Wireless File Transmitter WFT-E2 II is an accessory for EOS-1D Mark III and EOS-1Ds Mark III cameras (supporting wireless and wired LAN functions and equipped with a USB port). It enables the following operations. The WFT-E2 II is compatible with IEEE 802.11a/b/g wireless LANs as well as 100 Base-TX Ethernet wired LANs.
  • Page 3: Conventions Used In This Manual

    Note that Canon cannot be held liable for any loss or damage to the transmitter from erroneous network or FTP server settings. In addition, Canon cannot be held liable for any other loss or damage caused by use of the transmitter.
  • Page 4: Table Of Contents

    Contents Introduction Conventions Used in this Manual ...................... 3 Areas of Use and Restrictions ......................6 Safety Warnings..........................8 Nomenclature............................. 9 Attaching to the Camera ........................10 Subsequent Organization of This Manual..................11 Basic Network Settings Displaying the Connection Wizard ....................14 Following the Connection Wizard ....................
  • Page 5 Contents Using GPS Devices Connecting GPS Devices ........................ 68 Troubleshooting Responding to Error Messages ....................... 72 Wireless LAN Notes......................... 85 Checking Network Settings......................86 Reference Creating and Registering Captions ....................88 Specifications........................... 89 Index ..............................98...
  • Page 6: Areas Of Use And Restrictions

    Areas of Use and Restrictions To comply with local radio wave regulations in various areas around the world, Canon offers four region-specific versions of the transmitter (WFT-E2 IIA, E2 IIB, E2 IIC, and E2 IID) as described below. Please do not use your model (version) of transmitter in regions it was not designed for.
  • Page 7 Use the transmitter as a wireless or wired LAN device as described in this instruction manual. If you use the transmitter for any other purpose, Canon cannot be held liable for any loss or damage that may occur.
  • Page 8: Safety Warnings

    Do not wipe the transmitter using cleaners containing organic solvents. If the transmitter becomes difficult to clean, take it to the nearest Canon Service Center. To avoid corrosion, do not store the transmitter where there are strong chemicals, such as in...
  • Page 9: Nomenclature

    Nomenclature Locking lever Attachment pin USB port Ethernet RJ-45 port Port cover Tightening screw Terminal <USB> USB lamp <LAN> Network lamp Terminal cap receptacle Transmitter Case Waterproof/Dustproof USB Cap* External Media Case* *1: For storing portable hard disks or other devices. *2: Attach this cap before connecting the USB cable in rainy weather or under other adverse conditions.
  • Page 10: Attaching To The Camera

    Attaching to the Camera Turn off the camera before attaching the transmitter. Ensure the camera battery has sufficient charge. If the charge drops below 19%, you cannot transfer captured images or back them up to external media. Remove the terminal cap from the camera.
  • Page 11: Subsequent Organization Of This Manual

    Subsequent Organization of This Manual In addition to wireless and wired LAN functions, the WFT-E2 II can communicate with external media and GPS devices. For instructions on operations after you have attached the transmitter to the camera, click one of the following chapter titles to view the corresponding page. Using a Wireless or Wired LAN (Basic Network Settings) Chapters 1 to 5...
  • Page 13: Basic Network Settings

    Basic Network Settings Complete the basic network settings by following the instructions of the transmitter connection wizard on the camera menu screen, which provides guidance. Getting Ready The connection wizard helps you follow the steps to connect the transmitter to an existing wireless or wired LAN.
  • Page 14: Displaying The Connection Wizard

    Displaying the Connection Wizard This section describes the process of following the connection wizard instructions. If an error is displayed, refer to “Troubleshooting” in Chapter 8 (p.71) and check the settings. Pressing the shutter button or other camera controls during configuration by the connection wizard will close the connection wizard.
  • Page 15: Following The Connection Wizard

    Following the Connection Wizard Selecting the Communication Method Turn the <5> dial to select the communication method, and then press <0>. Select [OK] and press <0> to go to the next screen. • FTP trans. Choose this option to transfer captured images to an FTP server. Images can be automatically transferred as you shoot them, or you can select images for transfer later.
  • Page 16: Selecting The Lan Type

    Following the Connection Wizard Selecting the LAN Type Turn the <5> dial to select the type of LAN, and then press <0>. Select [OK] and press <0> to go to the next screen. Wireless LAN Active wireless LAN devices in your area are found and listed. Wired LAN The [Network] settings screen is displayed.
  • Page 17 Following the Connection Wizard [Enter connection] and [Search again] To configure settings for the wireless LAN device manually, select [Enter connection] and press <0>. Complete the settings for the items displayed, one after another. To search for wireless LAN devices again, select [Search again] and press <0>. Entering the Wireless LAN Encryption Key Next, enter the encryption key of the wireless LAN device.
  • Page 18: Configuring Network Settings

    Following the Connection Wizard Configuring Network Settings Turn the <5> dial to select how to configure the network settings, and then press <0>. Select [OK] and press <0> to go to the next screen. [Auto setting] Settings otherwise configured with [Manual setting] can be configured automatically. However, the IP address and similar settings must be automatically assigned and configured in environments using DHCP servers or wireless LAN devices or routers supporting DHCP server functions.
  • Page 19 Before performing the operations from page 35, perform the operations below. If these operations are not performed, the WFT Pairing Software described on page 36 may not start. Open the [C Drive] [Program Files] [Canon] [EOS Utility] [WFTPairing] folder (in this order), and then double-click the [WFT FirewallSettings] icon.
  • Page 20: Entering Text

    Following the Connection Wizard Virtual Keyboard Operation The virtual keyboard is displayed during entry of the encryption key, server name, and other information. Switching to other input areas To switch between input areas, press the <H> button. Moving the cursor To move the cursor, turn the <5>...
  • Page 21: Transferring Images To An Ftp Server

    Transferring Images to an FTP Server With FTP transfer, you can automatically transfer each image to the FTP server as you shoot or transfer a set of shots together.
  • Page 22: Configuring Ftp Communication Settings

    Configuring FTP Communication Settings These instructions are continued from Chapter 1. Turn the <5> dial to select [Address setting], and then press <0>. If you have set the DNS server setting to [Disable], the screen at left is displayed. Press <0> to select the input position, and then turn the <5>...
  • Page 23 Configuring FTP Communication Settings Complete the [Login method] settings. Turn the <5> dial to select [OK], and then press <0> to go to the next screen. Complete the [Target folder] settings. Select [Root folder] to have images saved in the root folder as specified in FTP server settings.
  • Page 24: Automatic Image Transfer After Each Shot

    Automatic Image Transfer After Each Shot An image can be automatically transferred to the FTP server immediately after shooting. You can also continue shooting even while images are being transferred. Before shooting, be sure to insert a memory card in the camera or connect external media (p.55).
  • Page 25 Automatic Image Transfer After Each Shot Selecting Particular Sizes or Types of Images to Transfer With automatic transfer, you can choose which images to transfer if images are stored on different memory cards depending on size, or if images of various types are recorded during RAW+JPEG shooting.
  • Page 26: Transferring Images Individually

    Transferring Images Individually Simply press <0> to transfer the currently displayed image. You can also add a caption before transferring images. You can also continue shooting even while images are being transferred. Transferring the Current Image In [WFT settings], select [Set up]. Select [Transfer with SET].
  • Page 27 Transferring Images Individually Adding a Caption Before Transfer You can add a registered caption to each image before transfer. This is effective if you want to inform the recipient the printing quantity, for example. The caption is also added to images stored on the camera.
  • Page 28: Batch Transfer

    Batch Transfer After shooting, you can select multiple images as desired and transfer them all at once. You can also transfer unsent images or images that could not be sent previously. If both a CF card and SD card are in the camera, or if external media is connected, images are transferred from the source specified on the menu [5] tab, in [Record func+media/folder sel.] [Record/play].
  • Page 29 Batch Transfer Transfer the images. Select [Transfer]. Select [OK] on the confirmation screen displayed next. A transfer progress screen is displayed. During image transfer, the <LAN> lamp blinks.
  • Page 30 Batch Transfer Batch Transfer of Images in a Folder In [WFT settings], select [Image sel./ transfer]. Select [Sel.n]. Select [Folder images not transfer’d]. To transfer images that could not previously be transferred, select [Folder images failed transf.]. Select a folder. Transfer the images.
  • Page 31 Batch Transfer Batch Transfer of Images on Memory Cards In [WFT settings], select [Image sel./ transfer]. Select [All image]. Select [Card images not transferred]. To transfer images that could not previously be transferred, select [Card images failed transfer]. Transfer the images. Select [Transfer].
  • Page 32 Batch Transfer Menu Operation During Image Transfer You can use the menu even during image transfer. However, to prevent transfer problems, some menu items are unavailable during transfer, including [WFT settings], [Protect images], [Erase images], and [Format].
  • Page 33: Checking Image Transfer History

    Checking Image Transfer History Checking the Transfer History of Individual Images To check the transfer history, in [Image sel./transfer], select [Sel.Image]. Image not selected for transfer (no icon) Image selected for transfer Image could not be transferred Image transferred Checking the Transfer History of Folders or Memory Cards On the [Image sel./transfer] screen, you can check the number of images for transfer as well as the transfer history of images in the selected folder or...
  • Page 34: Viewing Transferred Images

    Viewing Transferred Images Images transferred to the FTP server are stored in the following folder as specified in the FTP server settings. Windows Under the default settings of the FTP server, images are stored in [C drive] [Inetpub] folder [ftproot] folder, or in a subfolder of this folder. If the root folder of the transfer destination has been changed in the FTP server settings, ask the FTP server administrator where images are transferred.
  • Page 35: Remote Capture Using Eos Utility

    Remote Capture Using EOS Utility You can use EOS Utility to shoot remotely over a wireless or wired LAN. In addition to remote capture, all camera operations in EOS Utility are supported because a wireless or wired network is used with this option instead of the USB cable.
  • Page 36: Configuring Eos Utility Communication Settings

    Configuring EOS Utility Communication Settings These instructions are continued from Chapter 1. With EOS Utility, you can use the included WFT Pairing Software to establish a connection between the transmitter and a computer. WFT Pairing Software is installed automatically during easy installation of the software provided with the camera.
  • Page 37 Configuring EOS Utility Communication Settings Double-click the pairing software icon. Detected cameras are listed. Cameras that have already been connected are not included in the list. Click [Connect]. If multiple cameras are displayed, identify the camera to connect to by its [MAC address] or [IP address].
  • Page 38 Configuring EOS Utility Communication Settings There is no need to complete pairing again if you will continue using a particular camera, transmitter, and computer together after pairing without changing the settings. Before your next PTP session, simply turn on the camera to which the transmitter is attached and start the pairing software.
  • Page 39: Using Eos Utility

    Using EOS Utility For EOS Utility instructions, refer to the Software Instruction Manual (PDF). You can take full advantage of EOS Utility via the transmitter just as via a USB connection, without restrictions. In Remote Live View shooting, the rate of image transmission is slower than via USB. The motion of moving subjects cannot be displayed smoothly.
  • Page 41: Remote Capture Using Wft Server

    Remote Capture Using WFT Server You can use a web browser to shoot remotely over a wireless or wired LAN. In addition, images on a memory card in the camera can be viewed and downloaded to a computer.
  • Page 42: Configuring Wft Server Communication Settings

    Configuring WFT Server Communication Settings These instructions are continued from Chapter 1. Press <0>. Turn the <5> dial to select the set number, and then press <0>. Press <0> again. After the connection wizard is closed, the display reverts to the menu screen. The <LAN>...
  • Page 43 Configuring WFT Server Communication Settings After you select [Login name] and [Password], the following input screen is displayed. For instructions on input screen operations, refer to “Virtual Keyboard Operation” (p.20). The WFT Server network settings are now complete.
  • Page 44: Displaying Wft Server

    Displaying WFT Server In the web browser, display WFT Server, a screen for transmitter operations. Make sure you have already established a connection between the camera and computer. Start the web browser. First, start Internet Explorer or another web browser. Enter the URL.
  • Page 45: Shooting Remotely

    Shooting Remotely Click [Capture]. The capture screen is displayed. Take the picture. Set the lens focus mode switch to <g> and adjust the focus. In the browser, click the release button of the simulated remote control. The camera will shoot when the button is released.
  • Page 46 Shooting Remotely Download images to the computer. Click the image. The image is displayed at a larger size. Follow the web browser instructions to download the image to the computer. To return to the remote capture screen, click [Return]. RAW images are not displayed, but they can be downloaded to the computer the same way as JPEGs.
  • Page 47: Viewing Images

    Viewing Images Browse images on the camera’s memory card as follows. Click [Viewer]. The Viewer screen is displayed. Select the memory card. If the camera is connected to external media, the corresponding icon is also displayed. Click the [DCIM] folder and select the folder where images are stored.
  • Page 48 Viewing Images Download images to the computer. Click a thumbnail. The image is displayed at a larger size. Follow the web browser instructions to download the image to the computer. Click [Return] to return to the image viewing screen. RAW images are not displayed, but they can be downloaded to the computer the same way as JPEGs.
  • Page 49: Managing Settings Information

    Managing Settings Information...
  • Page 50: Checking Settings

    Checking Settings Check the network settings as follows. In [WFT settings], select [Set up]. Select [Confirm settings]. The settings are displayed. Example of FTP transfer and wired LAN settings Example of FTP transfer and wireless LAN settings...
  • Page 51: Changing Settings

    Changing Settings Settings originally completed using the connection wizard can be changed as follows. You can also change IP security settings (IPsec) not completed using the connection wizard, as well as other settings, such as the setting that determines what happens if an image of the same file name as an existing file is sent to the FTP server.
  • Page 52 Changing Settings IP Security (IPsec) Configured in [TCP/IP] [Security]. IPsec is a set of standards for encrypted communication over the Internet. It provides effective security for both wireless and wired LANs. To use this function, you must enable IPsec in the network settings of your computer.
  • Page 53: Saving And Loading Settings

    Saving and Loading Settings Network settings can be saved on a memory card for use with other cameras. Saving Settings In [WFT settings], select [Set up]. Select [LAN settings]. Select the settings number. Here, select the settings number that identifies the LAN settings.
  • Page 54 Saving and Loading Settings Select [Save]. The settings are now saved as a file on the memory card. The file name is determined automatically by the camera: WFTNPF, followed by a number (01 to 99) and the extension NIF. You can rename the file as desired by selecting [Change file name].
  • Page 55: Using External Media

    Using External Media Commercially available external media, connected via USB, can be used the same way as CF and SD cards. You can also backup images from CF and SD cards onto external media. Note that external media must meet the following requirements. Use media conforming to the USB Mass Storage Class Specification.
  • Page 56: Connecting External Media

    Connecting External Media Before connecting external media to the transmitter, switch the camera power switch to <2>. Also turn off external media that has its own power supply. When connecting external media, be sure to use the USB cable provided with the camera. The transmitter USB port is not hot-pluggable.
  • Page 57 Connecting External Media Select [OK]. Camera operations such as shooting, menu display, or image playback are not possible until the connection is established. When the transmitter is connected to the external media, the transmitter’s <USB> lamp is lit in green and a message is displayed indicating that a connection has been established.
  • Page 58: Power Management

    Connecting External Media Unplugging External Media from the USB Port Before unplugging external media from the USB port, always select [Disconnect] as shown in step 5. Follow the instructions displayed to terminate the connection. The connection will not be terminated if you simply turn off the camera and external media. If you unplug external media while the connection is still active, plug the external media into the USB port again and follow the preceding steps to terminate the connection.
  • Page 59: Choosing Recording Media When Shooting

    Choosing Recording Media When Shooting Images can be stored on external media connected via USB just as on CF and SD cards. You can also configure [Record func.], [Record/play], and [Folder] settings (described below) to use the external media. For details, refer to the Camera Instruction Manual (page 73). On the [5] tab, select [Record func+media/folder sel.].
  • Page 60 Choosing Recording Media When Shooting [Record/play] Setting When you select external media in [Record/play], the [Select location for DCIM folder] screen is displayed. The DCIM folder contains the EOS1D folder, where images are stored. To create the DCIM folder in the first folder displayed when the external media is opened (that is, the root directory), select the default setting of [/].
  • Page 61: Copying Images

    Copying Images Images can be copied to external media connected via USB just as to CF and SD cards. On the [5] tab, select [Record func+media/folder sel.]. The icon for external media is displayed next to icons for the CF and SD cards. Select the source media in [Record/ play].
  • Page 62: Backing Up On External Media

    Backing Up on External Media Images stored on CF or SD cards can be backed up on external media. Initially, captured images are stored in the DCIM folder on CF or SD cards. Selecting [External media backup] backs up this DCIM folder to external media. On the [3] tab, select [External media backup].
  • Page 63 Backing Up on External Media Quick Backup A simple method of backup is available, as follows. Select [Quick backup]. Select the source memory card. Select [Start]. Select [OK]. The backup process now begins. When the message indicating completion is displayed, select [OK].
  • Page 64 Backing Up on External Media Where the DCIM Folder is Stored The DCIM folder is stored in a directory indicated by a file path such as [u/09103102/]. The target folder name comprises the current date (last two digits of the year, in addition to the month and day) and numbers representing the order the folder was created, in a range of 01 to 99.
  • Page 65 Backing Up on External Media Select [Create folder]. Enter the [Folder name]. Always use 8 characters for the folder name. For instructions on entering the folder name, refer to “Virtual Keyboard Operation” (p.20). Select [Start]. Select [OK]. The backup process now begins. When the message indicating completion is displayed, select [OK].
  • Page 66 Backing Up on External Media External Media Case The provided external media case can hold portable hard disks up to 120 x 75 x 15 mm/ 4.72 x 2.95 x 0.59 in.
  • Page 67: Using Gps Devices

    NMEA 0183 Ver. 3.0.1, as well as some devices that produce Garmin protocol data (as of November 2009). For a list of specific GPS devices supported, contact the Canon Service Center. For GPS device instructions, refer to the device’s instruction manual or contact the...
  • Page 68: Connecting Gps Devices

    Connecting GPS Devices Turn off the GPS device and camera before connecting them. When connecting GPS devices, be sure to use the USB cable provided with the camera. The transmitter USB port is not hot-pluggable. USB cables cannot be connected or disconnected at any time.
  • Page 69 Connecting GPS Devices Select [OK]. After selecting [OK], turn the GPS device on. It may take a few minutes to establish a connection with the GPS device. Camera operations such as shooting, menu display, or image playback are not possible until the connection is established. When the transmitter is connected to the GPS device, the transmitter’s <USB>...
  • Page 70 Connecting GPS Devices Unplugging GPS Devices from the USB Port Before unplugging GPS devices from the USB port, always select [Disconnect] as shown in step 5. Follow the instructions displayed to terminate the connection. The connection will not be terminated if you simply turn off the camera and GPS device. If you unplug GPS device while the connection is still active, plug the GPS device into the USB port again and follow the preceding steps to terminate the connection.
  • Page 71: Troubleshooting

    Troubleshooting...
  • Page 72: Responding To Error Messages

    Responding to Error Messages If transmitter errors are displayed on the camera LCD monitor, refer to the examples of corrective actions in this section to eliminate the cause of the error. Click the error number in the following chart to jump to the corresponding page. 11 (p.73) 12 (p.73) 21 (p.73)
  • Page 73 Responding to Error Messages 11: Connection target not found Is the pairing software running? Start the pairing software and follow the instructions to re-establish the connection. (p.36) Are the transmitter and wireless LAN device configured with the same encryption key for authentication? This error occurs if the encryption keys do not match when the authentication method for encryption is [Open system].
  • Page 74 Responding to Error Messages 22: No response from DNS server What to check on the transmitter On the transmitter, the DNS address setting is [Auto assign] or [Manual setting]. Does the error occur under these settings? If no DNS server is used, set the transmitter’s DNS address setting to [Disable]. (p.18) On the transmitter, does the DNS server’s IP address setting match the server’s actual address? Configure the IP address on the transmitter to match the actual DNS server address.
  • Page 75 Responding to Error Messages 24: No response from proxy server What to check on the transmitter The transmitter’s proxy server setting is [Enable]. Does the error occur under this setting? If no proxy server is used, set the transmitter’s proxy server setting to [Disable]. (p.22) Do the transmitter’s [Address setting] and [Port No.] settings match those of the proxy server? Configure the transmitter’s proxy server address and port number to match those of the proxy...
  • Page 76 Responding to Error Messages 25: Another terminal has set the same IP address Is another device on the transmitter network using the same IP address as the transmitter? This error occurs if the transmitter is connected to a network where another device subsequently connects with the same IP address.
  • Page 77 Format the external media with a FAT16 or FAT32 file system using the computer. The GPS device is incompatible with the transmitter. Among GPS devices, we recommend devices for which operation has been verified by Canon. 33: USB device error There is a problem with the external media.
  • Page 78 Responding to Error Messages 41: Cannot connect to FTP server What to check on the transmitter On the transmitter, does the FTP server’s IP address setting match the server’s actual address? Configure the IP address on the transmitter to match the actual FTP server address. (p.22) Are the transmitter and wireless LAN device configured with the same encryption key for authentication?
  • Page 79 Responding to Error Messages Are you connecting to the FTP server via a broadband router? Some broadband routers use a firewall to restrict access to the FTP server. Change the firewall settings to allow access to the FTP server. You may be able to access the FTP server by setting [Passive mode] to [Enable] on the transmitter.
  • Page 80 Responding to Error Messages 45: Cannot login to FTP server. Error code received from server. What to check on the transmitter On the transmitter, is the [Login name] entered correctly? Check the logon name for accessing the FTP server. The setting is case-sensitive, so check upper- and lower-case characters.
  • Page 81 Responding to Error Messages 47: Image file transfer completion not confirmed by FTP server This error occurs if, for some reason, the transmitter fails to receive confirmation from the FTP server that image file transfer is complete. Restart the FTP server and camera and send the images again. 61: Same SSID wireless LAN terminal not found Are any obstacles blocking the line of sight between the transmitter and the antenna of the wireless LAN device?
  • Page 82 Responding to Error Messages 62: No response from wireless LAN terminal What to check on the transmitter Is the transmitter configured for communication in infrastructure mode? Configure the transmitter for communication in ad hoc mode. What to check on the wireless LAN device Is there a nearby wireless LAN device for ad hoc communication? Prepare a wireless LAN device for ad hoc communication near the transmitter.
  • Page 83 Responding to Error Messages 65: Wireless LAN connection lost Are any obstacles blocking the line of sight between the transmitter and the antenna of the wireless LAN device? Move the antenna to a position clearly visible from the point of view of the transmitter. (p.85) The wireless LAN connection was lost, for some reason, and the connection cannot be restored.
  • Page 84 Responding to Error Messages 81: Wired LAN connection lost Is the LAN cable securely connected? Reconnect the LAN cable between the transmitter and server. Because the cable may be severed, try using another cable to connect the devices. Is the hub or router on? Turn on the hub or router.
  • Page 85: Wireless Lan Notes

    Wireless LAN Notes When using the transmitter with a wireless LAN, try the following corrective actions if the transmission rate drops, the connection is lost, or other problems occur. Wireless LAN Device Installation and Antenna Position When using the transmitter indoors, install the wireless LAN device in the same room where you are shooting.
  • Page 86: Checking Network Settings

    Checking Network Settings Windows Click the Windows [Start] button [All Programs] [Accessories] [Command Prompt]. Type ipconfig/all and press the <Enter> key. The IP address assigned to the computer is displayed, as well as the subnet mask, gateway, and DNS server information. To avoid using the same IP address for the computer and other devices on the network when configuring the IP address assigned to the camera (page 18), change the rightmost numbers here.
  • Page 87: Reference

    Reference...
  • Page 88: Creating And Registering Captions

    Creating and Registering Captions Follow these steps to create captions and register them on the camera, as introduced in “Adding a Caption Before Transfer” (p.27). When creating and registering captions, use a computer on which EOS Utility is installed. Before you begin, attach the transmitter to the camera and use the USB cable provided with the camera to connect the camera to the computer.
  • Page 89: Specifications

    Specifications Type Type: Image transfer accessory that can be used in wireless LANs and over Ethernet in wired LANs (IPsec-compatible). Can be connected via USB to external media and GPS devices. Wireless LAN Standards compliance: IEEE 802.11a (WFT-E2 IIA/B/C) and ARIB STD-T71 IEEE 802.11b and ARIB STD-T66 IEEE 802.11g and ARIB STD-T66 Transmission method:...
  • Page 90: Operating Environment

    Operating Environment Temperature: 0°C - +45°C / 32°F - +113°F Humidity: 85% or less All preceding specifications are based on Canon testing standards. Transmitter specifications and appearance are subject to change without notice. Model Number WFT-E2 IIA : DS585802 WFT-E2 IIB...
  • Page 94 Con la presente Canon Inc. dichiara che questo CH9-1161 è conforme ai requisiti essenziali ed alle altre disposizioni pertinenti stabilite dalla direttiva 1999/5/CE. Ar šo Canon Inc. deklar , ka CH9-1161 atbilst Direkt vas 1999/5/EK b tiskaj m pras b m un citiem ar to saist tajiem noteikumiem.
  • Page 95 For body worn operation, this model has been tested and meets the FCC RF exposure guidelines when used with the CANON INC. Cameras supplied or designated for this product. Use of other Cameras may not ensure compliance with FCC RF exposure guidelines.
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  • Page 98: Index

    Index Wireless and Wired IEEE 802.11a..........6 LAN Functions IEEE 802.11b/g........... 6 Image sel./transfer ........28 Infrastructure......... 6, 16 IP address........18, 22, 37 Account ............. 42 IPsec ............52 Ad hoc ........... 6, 16 AES ............16 Area of use ..........6 Key format..........
  • Page 99 Index Target folder ..........23 Error message .......... 72 TKIP ............16 External media ........ 2, 55, 59 Transfer destination........34 Transfer history ......... 33 Transfer with SET........26 GPS ............2, 68 Transferring images, automatic....24 GPS data ..........69 Transferring images, individual images..
  • Page 100 JAPAN 16-6, Kohnan 2-chome, Minato-ku, Tokyo 108-8011, Japan This instruction manual is current as of November 2009. For information on using the transmitter with accessories introduced after this date, contact your nearest Canon Service Center. CT1-7835bE-001 © CANON INC. 2010...

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