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EOS 6D (WG)
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    EOS 6D (WG) Wi-Fi Function Instruction Manual INSTRUCTION MANUAL...

  • Page 2: Introduction

    (4) Operate the camera remotely using EOS Utility Remotely control the camera CANON iMAGE GATEWAY Web services are not supported in certain countries and areas. For information on countries and areas supporting CANON iMAGE GATEWAY services, refer to Canon Web site (http://canon.com/cig).

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    Send images to a Web service (p.103) Upload your images to CANON iMAGE GATEWAY, an online photo service for Canon users (free registration required), to share them with family and friends. View images using a media player (p.131)

  • Page 4: Wi-fi Function Flowchart

    Wi-Fi Function Flowchart Transfer images between cameras Connect to a smartphone • Install EOS Remote on a smartphone Connect the cameras • Connect the camera to the smartphone Connect the cameras directly via a • Camera access point mode* wireless LAN •...

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    The computer’s wireless LAN functions need to be set to ad hoc mode in advance. CANON iMAGE GATEWAY Web services are not supported in certain countries and areas. For information on countries and areas supporting CANON iMAGE GATEWAY services, refer to Canon Web site (http:// canon.com/cig).

  • Page 6: Conventions Used In This Manual

    All other corporate and product names and trademarks mentioned in this manual are the property of their respective owners. Note that Canon cannot be held liable for any loss or damage from erroneous wireless LAN settings for using the camera. In addition, Canon cannot be held...

  • Page 7: Chapters

    Chapters Introduction Basic Settings for Wireless LAN Functions Transferring Images Between Cameras Connecting to a Smartphone - 1 Printing Images Using a Wi-Fi Printer - 1 Using a Wi-Fi Wireless LAN Access Point Connecting to a Smartphone - 2 Printing Images Using a Wi-Fi Printer - 2 Remote Operation Using EOS Utility Sending Images to a Web Service Viewing Images Using a Media Player...

  • Page 8: Table Of Contents

    Contents Introduction What You Can Do Using the Wireless LAN Functions ..... 2 Wi-Fi Function Flowchart..............4 Conventions Used in This Manual............ 6 Chapters................... 7 Basic Settings for Wireless LAN Functions Registering a Nickname ..............12 Basic Operation and Settings ............15 Transferring Images Between Cameras Selecting the Connection Destination ..........

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    Contents Using a Wi-Fi Wireless LAN Access Point Checking the Type of Access Point ..........56 Easy Connection via WPS (PBC Mode) ......... 57 Easy Connection via WPS (PIN Mode)........... 62 Manual Connection by Searching Networks ........67 Connecting to a Smartphone - 2 Using Infrastructure Mode to Establish a Connection.....

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    Contents Manual Connection by Searching Networks ........ 115 Sending Images to a Web Service ..........120 Reconnecting ................126 Registering Multiple Connection Settings........127 Viewing Images Using a Media Player Configuring Media Player Communication Settings ..... 132 Displaying Images on a TV set............. 133 Reconnecting ................

  • Page 11: Basic Settings For Wireless Lan Functions

    Basic Settings for Wireless LAN Functions This chapter describes settings necessary for using the camera’s wireless LAN functions.

  • Page 12: Registering A Nickname

    Registering a Nickname First, set the camera’s nickname. When the camera is connected to another device via a wireless LAN, the nickname will be displayed on the device. Be sure to set a nickname for your camera. Select [Wi-Fi]. Under the [53] tab, select [Wi-Fi], then press <0>.

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    Registering a Nickname Enter a nickname. For instructions on entering characters, see “Virtual Keyboard Operation” on the next page. Up to 16 characters can be entered. Finish. When you are finished, press the <M> button. Select [OK] on the confirmation screen, then press <0>.

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    Registering a Nickname Virtual Keyboard Operation Switching to other input areas To switch between top and bottom input areas, press the <Q> button. Moving the cursor To move the cursor, press the <U> key in the top area. Entering text In the bottom input area, press the <V>...

  • Page 15: Basic Operation And Settings

    Basic Operation and Settings Using the Camera While Wireless LAN Functions Are Active When you want to prioritize wireless LAN functions, do not operate the shutter button, Mode Dial, or playback button. Otherwise, shooting or playback operation may be prioritized and wireless LAN functions may be ended during the process.

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    Basic Operation and Settings [Wi-Fi] Settings and Connection Status Settings and connection status for [Wi-Fi] under the [53] tab can be checked on the camera’s LCD panel and LCD monitor. Wi-Fi function When [53: Wi-Fi] is set to [Disable] When [53: Wi-Fi] is set to [Enable] but there is no connection Connected...

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    Basic Operation and Settings Connecting with an Interface Cable When [Wi-Fi] under the [53] tab is set to [Enable], interface cable connection is disabled. Set it to [Disable] to connect the interface cable. When the camera is connected to a computer, printer, GPS receiver, or any other devices via an interface cable, the settings for [Wi-Fi] cannot be changed.

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  • Page 19: Transferring Images Between Cameras

    Wireless connection is possible for Canon cameras with built-in wireless LAN functions marketed in 2012 or later. Note that the camera cannot be connected to Canon camcorders, even if they have built-in wireless LAN functions. The camera cannot be connected to Canon cameras without built-in wireless LAN functions, even if they support Eye-Fi cards.

  • Page 20: Selecting The Connection Destination

    Selecting the Connection Destination Register the target camera to connect to via a wireless LAN. The camera can be connected to only one camera at a time. Select [Wi-Fi function]. Under the [53] tab, set [Wi-Fi] to [Enable], then select [Wi-Fi function].

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    Selecting the Connection Destination Select the images to send. Select images on the camera sending the images (p.22). Do not operate the camera receiving the images. Note that GPS information is not displayed on the camera’s playback screen even if GPS information is appended to the received image. Shooting locations can be viewed on a virtual map, using the Map Utility software.

  • Page 22: Sending Images

    Sending Images Sending Images One by One Selected images are sent one by one. Select an image to send. Press the <U> key to select an image to send, then press <0>. Press the <u> button and turn the <6> dial to the left to select an image on the index display.

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    Sending Images Sending Selected Images Multiple images (up to 50 files) can be selected and sent. Press <0>. Select [Send selected]. To select the size of the image to send, press the <U> key and select [Resize image]. Press the <U> key to select [Send selected], then press <0>.

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    Sending Images Reduce the image size. Set it if necessary. For the setting procedures, see the next page. Send the images. Press the <V> key to select [Send], then press <0> to send the images. The transfer progress screen is displayed.

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    Sending Images Reducing the Size of the Image to Send When [Send selected] is selected, you can also select a size of the images to send in the confirmation screen for sending them. Select [Resize images to send]. On the confirmation screen for sending images, press the <V>...

  • Page 26: Reconnecting

    Reconnecting The camera can reconnect to another camera for which connection settings have been registered. Select [Wi-Fi function]. Under the [53] tab, set [Wi-Fi] to [Enable], then select [Wi-Fi function]. Select [z]. Select [z] (Transfer imgs between cameras) and press <0>. Establish a connection.

  • Page 27: Registering Multiple Connection Settings

    Registering Multiple Connection Settings You can register up to three connection settings between cameras. Select [Wi-Fi function]. Under the [53] tab, set [Wi-Fi] to [Enable], then select [Wi-Fi function]. Select [z]. Select [z] (Transfer imgs between cameras) and press <0>. Select [Choose set.].

  • Page 28: Changing Setting Names

    Changing Setting Names The names displayed for reconnection settings can be changed after the settings are completed. Select [Wi-Fi function]. Under the [53] tab, set [Wi-Fi] to [Enable], then select [Wi-Fi function]. Select [z]. Select [z] (Transfer imgs between cameras) and press <0>. Select [Review/change settings].

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    Changing Setting Names Change the setting name. Change the name of the setting using the virtual keyboard (p.14). Up to 30 characters can be entered. When you are finished, press the <M> button. Select [OK] on the confirmation screen and press <0> to complete the change.

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  • Page 31: Connecting To A Smartphone

    Connecting to a Smartphone - 1 Connecting the camera to a smartphone lets you use the smartphone to view, manage, and receive images stored in the camera. You can also use the smartphone to perform remote shooting.

  • Page 32: Preparation

    Preparation Supported Smartphone Operating Systems The following smartphone operating systems are supported (as of September 2012). For updated information on supported operating systems, refer to the download site of EOS Remote software. • iOS: Version 5.0 to 5.1 • Android: Version 2.3.3 to 4.0 EOS Remote Installation Required To communicate with a smartphone, the camera needs to be connected to the smartphone using the dedicated application EOS Remote.

  • Page 33: Using Camera Access Point Mode To Establish A Connection

    Using Camera Access Point Mode to Establish a Connection The camera and smartphone can be directly connected via a wireless LAN. Because the camera acts as an access point, no other access point is necessary, so you can establish communications easily even when you are out.

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    Using Camera Access Point Mode to Establish a Connection Connect the smartphone to the camera. On the Wi-Fi settings menu of the smartphone, select the SSID (network name) displayed on the camera’s LCD monitor. For the password, enter the encryption key displayed on the camera’s LCD monitor.

  • Page 35: Connect To The Camera

    Using Camera Access Point Mode to Establish a Connection Connect to the camera. When pairing is completed, the screen on the left is displayed. Press the <U> key to select [OK], then press <0>. To limit viewable images, press the <B>...

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    Using Camera Access Point Mode to Establish a Connection When [Manual connection] Is Selected Set [SSID], [Channel setting], and [Encryption settings] on each screen displayed. Enter an SSID. Enter any character using the virtual keyboard (p.14). When you are finished, press the <M>...

  • Page 37: Operating The Camera Using A Smartphone

    Operating the Camera Using a Smartphone You can use a smartphone with EOS Remote installed to view images stored in the camera and shoot remotely. EOS Remote Main Screen The main functions of EOS Remote are described below. Touch the screen to learn the operation procedures.

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    Operating the Camera Using a Smartphone Terminating the Connection Select [Exit]. If the screen on the left is not displayed, select [Wi-Fi function] under the [53] tab on the camera’s menu screen. Select [Exit] and press <0>. Select [OK]. Press the <U> key to select [OK], then press <0>...

  • Page 39: Reconnecting

    Reconnecting The camera can reconnect to a smartphone for which connection settings have been registered. Select [Wi-Fi function]. Under the [53] tab, set [Wi-Fi] to [Enable], then select [Wi-Fi function]. Select [q]. Select [q] (Connect to smartphone) and press <0>. Establish a connection.

  • Page 40: Specifying Viewable Images

    Specifying Viewable Images You can specify images viewable from a smartphone by operating the camera. Select [Wi-Fi function]. Under the [53] tab, set [Wi-Fi] to [Enable], then select [Wi-Fi function]. Select [q]. Select [q] (Connect to smartphone) and press <0>. Select [Review/change settings].

  • Page 41: All Images

    Specifying Viewable Images Select an item. Press the <V> key to select an item, then press <0>. Select [OK] and press <0> to display the setting screen. [All images] All images stored on the card become viewable. [Images from past days] Specify viewable images on the shooting-date basis.

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    Specifying Viewable Images [Select range] Select the first and last images from images arranged by the file number to specify the viewable images. 1 Press the <U> key to select the first image of the file. 2 Press <0> to display the image selection screen.

  • Page 43: Registering Multiple Connection Settings

    Registering Multiple Connection Settings You can register up to three connection settings for smartphones. Select [Wi-Fi function]. Under the [53] tab, set [Wi-Fi] to [Enable], then select [Wi-Fi function]. Select [q]. Select [q] (Connect to smartphone) and press <0>. Select [Choose set.]. Select [Choose set.] and press <0>.

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  • Page 45: Printing Images Using A Wi-fi Printer

    Printing Images Using a Wi-Fi Printer - 1 You can directly print images by connecting the camera with a wireless LAN compatible printer supporting PictBridge (DPS over IP) via a wireless LAN. For printing images via an access point, see page 55. Images can be printed by connecting this camera with a printer by PictBridge via a wireless LAN.

  • Page 46: Using A Wi-fi Wireless Lan Access Point

    Using Camera Access Point Mode to Establish a Connection The camera and a printer can be directly connected via a wireless LAN. Because the camera acts as an access point, no other access point is necessary, so you can print images easily no matter where you are. To print images via a Wi-Fi access point, see “Using a Wi-Fi Wireless LAN Access Point”...

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    Using Camera Access Point Mode to Establish a Connection Connect the printer. On the Wi-Fi settings menu of the printer to be used, select the SSID (network name) displayed on the camera’s LCD monitor. For the password, enter the encryption key displayed on the camera’s LCD monitor.

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    Using Camera Access Point Mode to Establish a Connection Perform further settings. To finish settings in this stage, press the <V> key to select [OK], then press <0> to go to step 8. To change the name of the settings, select [Settings name] and press <0>.

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    Using Camera Access Point Mode to Establish a Connection When [Manual connection] Is Selected Set [SSID], [Channel setting], and [Encryption settings] on each screen displayed. Enter an SSID. Enter any character using the virtual keyboard (p.14). When you are finished, press the <M>...

  • Page 50: Printing

    Printing Play back an image. Press the <x> button. An image is displayed and the <w> icon appears on the upper left of the screen indicating that the printer is connected. For further operations, refer to “Printing Images” in the Camera Instruction Manual.

  • Page 51: Reconnecting

    Reconnecting The camera can reconnect to a printer for which connection settings have been registered. Select [Wi-Fi function]. Under the [53] tab, set [Wi-Fi] to [Enable], then select [Wi-Fi function]. Select [l]. Select [l] (Print from Wi-Fi printer) and press <0>. Establish a connection.

  • Page 52: Registering Multiple Connection Settings

    Registering Multiple Connection Settings You can register up to three connection settings for printers. Select [Wi-Fi function]. Under the [53] tab, set [Wi-Fi] to [Enable], then select [Wi-Fi function]. Select [l]. Select [l] (Print from Wi-Fi printer) and press <0>. Select [Choose set.].

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  • Page 55: Using A Wi-fi Wireless Lan Access Point

    Using a Wi-Fi Wireless LAN Access Point Connecting to a Wi-Fi wireless LAN access point gives you access to the following functions: • Connecting to a smartphone • Printing images using a Wi-Fi printer • Remote operation using EOS Utility •...

  • Page 56: Checking The Type Of Access Point

    Checking the Type of Access Point When Wi-Fi Protected Setup (WPS) is supported • p.57: Easy Connection via WPS (PBC Mode) • p.62: Easy Connection via WPS (PIN Mode) When WPS is not supported • p.67: Manual Connection by Searching Networks If you do not know if the access point you use is WPS-compatible, refer to the access point instruction manual or other documents.

  • Page 57: Easy Connection Via Wps (pbc Mode)

    Easy Connection via WPS (PBC Mode) This is a connection mode available when using an access point compatible with Wi-Fi Protected Setup (WPS). In pushbutton connection mode (PBC mode), the camera and the access point can be connected simply by pressing the WPS button for the access point. Note that if multiple access points are active in the surrounding area, it may be more difficult to establish a connection.

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    Easy Connection via WPS (PBC Mode) Select [Infrastructure mode]. Displayed when [q] (Connect to smartphone) or [l] (Print from Wi-Fi printer) is selected. Press the <V> key to select [Infrastructure mode], then press <0>. Select [OK] and press <0> to go to the next screen.

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    Easy Connection via WPS (PBC Mode) [Auto setting] Configures the settings available in [Manual setting] automatically. However, this option can only be used in environments using DHCP servers or access points or routers with DHCP server functionality, such that IP addresses and related settings are assigned and configured automatically.

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    Easy Connection via WPS (PBC Mode) Specifying Settings for the Communication Method This section explains setting screens for the communication method of each device and service that the camera is connected to. Read the page that introduces the selected communication method. Connecting to a Smartphone: Chapter 6 (p.75) Printing Images Using a Wi-Fi Printer: Chapter 7 (p.87) Remote Operation Using EOS Utility: Chapter 8 (p.93)

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    94 and after. If these operations are not performed, the Pairing Software described on page 95 may not start. Open the [C Drive] 9 [Program Files] 9 [Canon] 9 [EOS Utility] 9 [WFTPairing] folder (in this order), and then double-click the [WFT FirewallSettings] icon.

  • Page 62: Easy Connection Via Wps (pin Mode)

    Easy Connection via WPS (PIN Mode) This is a connection mode available when using an access point compatible with Wi-Fi Protected Setup (WPS). In PIN code connection mode (PIN mode), an 8-digit identification number specified on the camera is set at the access point to establish a connection. Even if there are multiple access points active in the surrounding area, a relatively reliable connection can be established using this shared identification number.

  • Page 63: Access Point

    Easy Connection via WPS (PIN Mode) Select [WPS (PIN mode)]. Press the <V> key to select [WPS (PIN mode)], then press <0>. Select [OK] and press <0> to go to the next screen. Specify the PIN code at the access point. At the access point, specify the 8-digit PIN code displayed on the camera’s LCD monitor.

  • Page 64

    Easy Connection via WPS (PIN Mode) [Auto setting] Configures the settings available in [Manual setting] automatically. However, this option can only be used in environments using DHCP servers or access points or routers with DHCP server functionality, such that IP addresses and related settings are assigned and configured automatically.

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    Easy Connection via WPS (PIN Mode) Specifying Settings for the Communication Method This section explains setting screens for the communication method of each device and service that the camera is connected to. Read the page that introduces the selected communication method. Connecting to a Smartphone: Chapter 6 (p.75) Printing Images Using a Wi-Fi Printer: Chapter 7 (p.87) Remote Operation Using EOS Utility: Chapter 8 (p.93)

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    94 and after. If these operations are not performed, the Pairing Software described on page 95 may not start. Open the [C Drive] 9 [Program Files] 9 [Canon] 9 [EOS Utility] 9 [WFTPairing] folder (in this order), and then double-click the [WFT FirewallSettings] icon.

  • Page 67: Manual Connection By Searching Networks

    Manual Connection by Searching Networks Selecting the Wireless Network When [Find network] is selected, a list of active access points nearby is displayed, accompanied by information about them. Select the SSID (or ESS-ID) of the access point to connect to. Select [Wi-Fi function].

  • Page 68

    Manual Connection by Searching Networks Select an access point. (2) (3) Press <0> to enable the selection of an access point. Press the <V> key to select an access point, then press <0>. Select [OK] and press <0> to go to the next screen.

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    Manual Connection by Searching Networks Entering the Wireless LAN Encryption Key Set the encryption key specified for the access point. For details on the specified encryption key, refer to the access point’s instruction manual. Note that the screens displayed in steps 1 to 3 below vary depending on the authentication and encryption specified for the access point.

  • Page 70: Setting The Ip Address

    Manual Connection by Searching Networks Setting the IP Address Press the <V> key to select how the IP address should be set, then press <0>. Select [OK] and press <0> to go to the next screen. [Auto setting] Configures the settings available in [Manual setting] automatically. However, this option can only be used in environments using DHCP servers or access points or routers with DHCP server functionality, such that IP addresses and related settings are assigned and...

  • Page 71

    Manual Connection by Searching Networks Specifying Settings for the Communication Method This section explains setting screens for the communication method of each device and service that the camera is connected to. Read the page that introduces the selected communication method. Connecting to a Smartphone: Chapter 6 (p.75) Printing Images Using a Wi-Fi Printer: Chapter 7 (p.87) Remote Operation Using EOS Utility: Chapter 8 (p.93)

  • Page 72

    94 and after. If these operations are not performed, the Pairing Software described on page 95 may not start. Open the [C Drive] 9 [Program Files] 9 [Canon] 9 [EOS Utility] 9 [WFTPairing] folder (in this order), and then double-click the [WFT FirewallSettings] icon.

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  • Page 75: Connecting To A Smartphone

    Connecting to a Smartphone - 2 Connecting the camera to a smartphone lets you use the smartphone to view, manage, and receive images stored in the camera. You can also use the smartphone to perform remote shooting. These instructions should be followed only after the smartphone is connected to an access point.

  • Page 76: Using Infrastructure Mode To Establish A Connection

    Using Infrastructure Mode to Establish a Connection These instructions are continued from Chapter 5. To establish connection, operations on the smartphone is required. For details, refer to the smartphone’s instruction manual. To connect in the camera access point mode, see “Using Camera Access Point Mode to Establish a Connection”...

  • Page 77

    Using Infrastructure Mode to Establish a Connection Connect to the camera. When pairing is completed, the screen on the left is displayed. Press the <U> key to select [OK], then press <0>. To limit viewable images, press the <B> button. For details, see A character other than in ASCII “Specifying Viewable Images”...

  • Page 78: Operating The Camera Using A Smartphone

    Operating the Camera Using a Smartphone You can use a smartphone with EOS Remote installed to view images stored in the camera and shoot remotely. EOS Remote Main Screen The main functions of EOS Remote are described below. Touch the screen to learn the operation procedures.

  • Page 79

    Operating the Camera Using a Smartphone Terminating the Connection Select [Exit]. If the screen on the left is not displayed, select [Wi-Fi function] under the [53] tab on the camera’s menu screen. Select [Exit] and press <0>. Select [OK]. Press the <U> key to select [OK], and press <0>...

  • Page 80: Reconnecting

    Reconnecting The camera can reconnect to a smartphone for which connection settings have been registered. Select [Wi-Fi function]. Under the [53] tab, set [Wi-Fi] to [Enable], then select [Wi-Fi function]. Select [q]. Select [q] (Connect to smartphone) and press <0>. Establish a connection.

  • Page 81: Specifying Viewable Images

    Specifying Viewable Images You can specify images viewable from a smartphone by operating the camera. Select [Wi-Fi function]. Under the [53] tab, set [Wi-Fi] to [Enable], then select [Wi-Fi function]. Select [q]. Select [q] (Connect to smartphone) and press <0>. Select [Review/change settings].

  • Page 82

    Specifying Viewable Images Select an item. Press the <V> key to select an item, then press <0>. Select [OK] and press <0> to display the setting screen. [All images] All images stored on the card become viewable. [Images from past days] Specify viewable images on the shooting-date basis.

  • Page 83

    Specifying Viewable Images [Select range] Select the first and last images from images arranged by the file number to specify the viewable images. 1 Press the <U> key to select the first image of the file. 2 Press <0> to display the image selection screen.

  • Page 84: Registering Multiple Connection Settings

    Registering Multiple Connection Settings You can register up to three connection settings for smartphones. Select [Wi-Fi function]. Under the [53] tab, set [Wi-Fi] to [Enable], then select [Wi-Fi function]. Select [q]. Select [q] (Connect to smartphone) and press <0>. Select [Choose set.]. Select [Choose set.] and press <0>.

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  • Page 87: Printing Images Using A Wi-fi Printer

    Printing Images Using a Wi-Fi Printer - 2 You can directly print images by connecting the camera with a wireless LAN compatible printer supporting PictBridge (DPS over IP) via a wireless LAN. These instructions should be followed only after the printer is connected to an access point.

  • Page 88: Using Infrastructure Mode To Establish A Connection

    Using Infrastructure Mode to Establish a Connection These instructions are continued from Chapter 5. To connect in camera access point mode, see “Using Camera Access Point Mode to Establish a Connection” (p.46). Select the printer to connect to. When a list of detected printers is displayed, select the printer to connect to and press <0>.

  • Page 89

    Using Infrastructure Mode to Establish a Connection Save the settings. Select [OK] and press <0> to save the settings. The [lConnection] screen will be displayed. The settings for networking with the printer are now complete.

  • Page 90: Printing

    Printing Play back an image. Press the <x> button. An image is displayed and the <w> icon appears on the upper left of the screen indicating that the printer is connected. For further operations, refer to “Printing Images” in the Camera Instruction Manual.

  • Page 91: Reconnecting

    Reconnecting The camera can reconnect to a printer for which connection settings have been registered. Select [Wi-Fi function]. Under the [53] tab, set [Wi-Fi] to [Enable], then select [Wi-Fi function]. Select [l]. Select [l] (Print from Wi-Fi printer) and press <0>. Establish a connection.

  • Page 92: Registering Multiple Connection Settings

    Registering Multiple Connection Settings You can register up to three connection settings for printers. Select [Wi-Fi function]. Under the [53] tab, set [Wi-Fi] to [Enable], then select [Wi-Fi function]. Select [l]. Select [l] (Print from Wi-Fi printer) and press <0>. Select [Choose set.].

  • Page 93: Remote Operation Using Eos Utility

    Remote Operation Using EOS Utility You can perform remote operation using EOS Utility via a wireless LAN. In addition to remote capture, various camera operations available on EOS Utility are supported because a wireless LAN is used instead of an interface cable. Note that movie shooting is disabled. These instructions should be followed only after the computer with EOS Utility installed is connected to an access point.

  • Page 94: Configuring Eos Utility Communication Settings

    Configuring EOS Utility Communication Settings These instructions are continued from Chapter 5. With EOS Utility, you can use the provided Pairing Software to establish a connection between the camera and a computer. Pairing Software is installed automatically during “easy installation” of the software provided with the camera.

  • Page 95

    Configuring EOS Utility Communication Settings Start the pairing software. Normally, it is installed in the same location as EOS Utility. After the pairing software starts up, an icon is displayed on the task bar. When the camera is detected, a message is displayed.

  • Page 96

    Configuring EOS Utility Communication Settings Select [OK]. When the camera detects the computer on which you clicked [Connect] in step 3, the screen on the left is displayed. Press the <U> key to select [OK], then press <0>. Perform further settings. To finish settings in this stage, press the <V>...

  • Page 97

    Configuring EOS Utility Communication Settings There is no need to complete pairing again if you will continue using a particular camera and computer together after pairing without changing the settings. Before your next PTP session, simply turn on the camera and start the pairing software.

  • Page 98: Using Eos Utility

    Using EOS Utility For EOS Utility instructions, refer to the EOS Utility instruction manual (CD-ROM). You can use functions of EOS Utility just as when the camera and computer are connected via an interface cable. Terminating the Connection Select [Exit]. If the screen on the left is not displayed, select [Wi-Fi function] under the [53] tab on the camera’s...

  • Page 99: Reconnecting

    Reconnecting The camera can reconnect to a computer for which connection settings have been registered. Select [Wi-Fi function]. Under the [53] tab, set [Wi-Fi] to [Enable], then select [Wi-Fi function]. Select [D]. Select [D] (Remote control (EOS Utility)) and press <0>. Establish a connection.

  • Page 100: Registering Multiple Connection Settings

    Registering Multiple Connection Settings You can register up to three connection settings for EOS Utility. Select [Wi-Fi function]. Under the [53] tab, set [Wi-Fi] to [Enable], then select [Wi-Fi function]. Select [D]. Select [D] (Remote control (EOS Utility)) and press <0>. Select [Choose set.].

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  • Page 103: Sending Images To A Web Service

    You can register various Web services on the camera and send images stored in the camera to them. CANON iMAGE GATEWAY Web services are not supported in certain countries and areas. For information on countries and areas supporting CANON iMAGE GATEWAY services, refer to Canon Web site (http://canon.com/cig).

  • Page 104: Preparation

    Preparation Signing Up as a CANON iMAGE GATEWAY Member To send images to Web services, you need to sign up as a CANON iMAGE GATEWAY member (free of charge). Once you are a CANON iMAGE GATEWAY member, you can publish photos you took in online photo albums and use a range of services.

  • Page 105: Sending Images To A Web Service

    * You can also upload images directly to Facebook. Configuring Settings to Use Web Services Start EOS Utility on the computer, log in to CANON iMAGE GATEWAY, then configure the camera’s settings to enable access to Web services. For details, refer to the EOS Utility instruction manual (CD-ROM).

  • Page 106: Checking The Type Of Access Point

    Checking the Type of Access Point When Wi-Fi Protected Setup (WPS) is supported • p.107: Easy Connection via WPS (PBC Mode) • p.111: Easy Connection via WPS (PIN Mode) When WPS is not supported • p.115: Manual Connection by Searching Networks If you do not know if the access point you use is WPS-compatible, refer to the access point instruction manual or other documents.

  • Page 107: Easy Connection Via Wps (pbc Mode)

    Easy Connection via WPS (PBC Mode) This is a connection mode available when using an access point compatible with Wi-Fi Protected Setup (WPS). In pushbutton connection mode (PBC mode), the camera and access point can be connected simply by pressing the WPS button for the access point. Note that if multiple access points are active in the surrounding area, it may be more difficult to establish a connection.

  • Page 108

    Easy Connection via WPS (PBC Mode) Select a Web service. Select a Web service to connect to, then press <0>. The contents and ordering of the list of items displayed will vary depending on settings. The Web service to connect to can be changed later (p.126).

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    Easy Connection via WPS (PBC Mode) [Auto setting] Configures the settings available in [Manual setting] automatically. However, this option can only be used in environments using DHCP servers or access points or routers with DHCP server functionality, such that IP addresses and related settings are assigned and configured automatically.

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    Easy Connection via WPS (PBC Mode) Connecting to a Web Service Perform further settings. To finish settings in this stage, press the <V> key to select [OK], then press <0> to go to step 2. To change the name of the settings, select [Settings name] and press <0>.

  • Page 111: Easy Connection Via Wps (pin Mode)

    Easy Connection via WPS (PIN Mode) This is a connection mode available when using an access point compatible with Wi-Fi Protected Setup (WPS). In the PIN code connection mode (PIN mode), an 8-digit identification number specified on the camera is set at the access point to establish a connection. Even if there are multiple access points active in the surrounding area, a relatively reliable connection can be established using a shared identification number.

  • Page 112

    Easy Connection via WPS (PIN Mode) Select [WPS (PIN mode)]. Press the <V> key to select [WPS (PIN mode)], then press <0>. Select [OK] and press <0> to go to the next screen. Specify the PIN code at the access point. At the access point, specify the 8-digit PIN code displayed on the camera’s LCD monitor.

  • Page 113

    Easy Connection via WPS (PIN Mode) [Auto setting] Configures the settings available in [Manual setting] automatically. However, this option can only be used in environments using DHCP servers or access points or routers with DHCP server functionality, such that IP addresses and related settings are assigned and configured automatically.

  • Page 114

    Easy Connection via WPS (PIN Mode) Connecting to a Web Service Perform further settings. To finish settings in this stage, press the <V> key to select [OK], then press <0> to go to step 2. To change the name of the settings, select [Settings name] and press <0>.

  • Page 115: Manual Connection By Searching Networks

    Manual Connection by Searching Networks Selecting the Wireless Network When [Find network] is selected, a list of active access points nearby is displayed, accompanied by information about them. Select the SSID (or ESS-ID) of the access point to connect to. Select [Wi-Fi function].

  • Page 116

    Manual Connection by Searching Networks Select [Find network]. Press the <V> key to select [Find network], then press <0>. Select [OK] and press <0> to go to the next screen. Select an access point. (2) (3) Press <0> to enable the selection of an access point.

  • Page 117

    Manual Connection by Searching Networks Entering the Wireless LAN Encryption Key Set the encryption key specified for the access point. For details on the specified encryption key, refer to the access point’s instruction manual. Note that the screens displayed in steps 1 to 3 below vary depending on the authentication and encryption specified for the access point.

  • Page 118

    Manual Connection by Searching Networks Setting the IP Address Press the <V> key to select how the IP address should be set, then press <0>. Select [OK] and press <0> to go to the next screen. [Auto setting] Configures the settings available in [Manual setting] automatically. However, this option can only be used in environments using DHCP servers or access points or routers with DHCP server functionality, such that IP addresses and related settings are assigned and...

  • Page 119

    Manual Connection by Searching Networks Connecting to a Web Service Perform further settings. To finish settings in this stage, press the <V> key to select [OK], then press <0> to go to step 2. To change the name of the settings, select [Settings name] and press <0>.

  • Page 120: Sending Images To A Web Service

    Twitter and YouTube or email address. When the destination is a Web service other than YouTube still photos in JPEG format can be sent. Still photos are uploaded to CANON iMAGE GATEWAY and a link to the album is sent to Facebook* or Twitter and email addresses.

  • Page 121

    <V> key. If playback or shooting operation is started during the connection, the connection will be terminated. When accessing CANON iMAGE GATEWAY from a computer, you can check the uploading history to Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube, or email sending history.

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    Sending Images to a Web Service Sending Selected Images Multiple images can be selected and sent. Press <0>. Select [Send selected]. To select the size of the image to send, press the <U> key and select [Resize image]. Press the <U> key to select [Send selected], then press <0>.

  • Page 123

    Note that YouTube is not compatible with the movies recorded in ALL-I (I- only) compression method (as of September, 2012). You can send up to 50 files to CANON iMAGE GATEWAY at a time. You can send up to 10 movie files at a time. To confirm the limits for file...

  • Page 124

    Sending Images to a Web Service Reducing the Size of the Image to Send When [Send selected] is selected, the size of the images to send can be selected in the confirmation screen for sending them as well. Select [Resize images to send]. On the confirmation screen for sending images, press the <V>...

  • Page 125

    Sending Images to a Web Service Sending an Email You can send emails to registered destinations. Each email will contain a link to the album to which the images were uploaded. To register email destinations and specify the title and text of the emails to be sent, you must use a computer.

  • Page 126: Reconnecting

    Reconnecting The camera can reconnect to a Web service for which connection settings have been registered. The connection to the access point only has to be established once. You do not need to establish a new connection for each Web service. Select [Wi-Fi function].

  • Page 127: Registering Multiple Connection Settings

    Registering Multiple Connection Settings You can register up to three connection settings for Web services. Select [Wi-Fi function]. Under the [53] tab, set [Wi-Fi] to [Enable], then select [Wi-Fi function]. Select [w]. Select [w] (Upload to Web service) and press <0>. Select a Web service.

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    Registering Multiple Connection Settings Select [Unspecified]. Select [Unspecified] and press <0>. The connection settings screen is displayed. Follow the procedures displayed to complete the connection settings.

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  • Page 131: Viewing Images Using A Media Player

    Viewing Images Using a Media Player Images on a card in the camera can be viewed on a TV set via a wireless LAN. This function requires a DLNA*-compatible TV set, game machine, smartphone, or other media player. In this manual, the term “media player” is used to refer to any such device.

  • Page 132: Configuring Media Player Communication Settings

    Configuring Media Player Communication Settings These instructions are continued from Chapter 5. Perform further settings. To finish settings in this stage, press the <V> key to select [OK], then press <0> to go to step 2. To change the name of the settings, select [Settings name] and press <0>.

  • Page 133: Displaying Images On A Tv Set

    Displaying Images on a TV set Images on the card in the camera can be displayed on a TV set using a media player. Note that RAW images and movies cannot be displayed. The following operations must be performed on the media player. For details, refer to the media player’s instruction manual.

  • Page 134

    Note that depending on the media player, image information may not be displayed. Icons with labels such as “1-100” contain images grouped by file number in the selected folder (***CANON). Date information shown for images is based on Exif information added to the images.

  • Page 135: Reconnecting

    Reconnecting The camera can reconnect to a media player for which connection settings have been registered. Select [Wi-Fi function]. Under the [53] tab, set [Wi-Fi] to [Enable], then select [Wi-Fi function]. Select [ Select [ ] (View images on DLNA devices) and press <0>.

  • Page 136: Registering Multiple Connection Settings

    Registering Multiple Connection Settings You can register up to three connection settings for media players. Select [Wi-Fi function]. Under the [53] tab, set [Wi-Fi] to [Enable], then select [Wi-Fi function]. Select [ Select [ ] (View images on DLNA devices) and press <0>. Select [Choose set.].

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  • Page 139: Using Quick Control To Connect To A Wireless Lan

    Using Quick Control to Connect to a Wireless LAN Quick Control or Quick Control during playback lets you connect to a wireless LAN using registered connection destination settings. Connection destination settings cannot be set using Quick Control. Set connection destination settings from the menu screen.

  • Page 140: Connecting From Quick Control

    Connecting from Quick Control You can use Quick Control to access Wi-Fi functions for which connection destination settings have been registered. Three functions are available in Quick Control: [q] (Connect to smartphone), [D] (Remote control (EOS Utility)), and [ ] (View images on DLNA devices).

  • Page 141: Connecting From A Playback Screen

    Connecting from a Playback Screen You can also use Quick Control during playback to access Wi-Fi functions for which connection destination settings have been registered. From Quick Control during playback, two functions can be used: [z] (Transfer images between cameras) and [w] (Upload to Web service).

  • Page 142

    Connecting from a Playback Screen Select the item to connect to. Select the item to connect to and press <0>. Items for which connection destination settings have not been registered are grayed out. When you select [w] (Upload to Web service), a screen to select a Web service is displayed.

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  • Page 146: Checking/changing Settings

    Checking/Changing Settings Check the network settings as follows. Select [Wi-Fi function]. Under the [53] tab, set [Wi-Fi] to [Enable], then select [Wi-Fi function]. Select the item to check settings for. Press the <V> or <U> key to select an item, then press <0>. When you select [w], a screen to select a Web service is displayed.

  • Page 147

    Checking/Changing Settings When the connection has been terminated Select the connection destination, select [Review/change settings], then press <0>. Select [Confirm set.] and press <0> to display the settings.

  • Page 148: Changing Settings

    Checking/Changing Settings Changing Settings To change settings, select [Change set.] on the [Review/change settings] screen shown on page 147. A screen for setting connection is displayed. Configure connection settings again following the procedures. Changing Setting Names To change the name of the settings, select [Change settings name] on the [Review/change settings] screen shown on page 147.

  • Page 149: Clearing Wireless Lan Settings

    Clearing Wireless LAN Settings All wireless LAN settings can be deleted by the procedure described below. By deleting the wireless LAN settings, you can prevent them from being exposed when you lend or give your camera to other people. Select [Wi-Fi function]. Under the [53] tab, set [Wi-Fi] to [Enable], then select [Wi-Fi function].

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  • Page 151: Troubleshooting Guide

    Troubleshooting Guide Transfer speed in ad hoc mode may become extremely slow when the camera is used with certain types of computer. For more information, contact your dealer or nearest Canon Service Center.

  • Page 152: Responding To Error Messages

    Responding to Error Messages When <k> or <l> on the LCD panel blinks, display the error content following one of the procedures below. Then, eliminate the cause of the error referring to the examples shown in this chapter. Under the [53] tab, select [Wi-Fi] 9 [General sett.] 9 [Error details], then press <0>.

  • Page 153

    Responding to Error Messages 11: Connection target not found In the case of [q], is EOS Remote running? Establish a connection using EOS Remote (p.37, 78). In the case of [l], is the power of the printer on? Turn on the power of the printer. Is the pairing software running? Start the pairing software and follow the instructions to re-establish the connection (p.95).

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    Responding to Error Messages Is the DHCP server working correctly? Check the DHCP server settings to make sure it is working correctly as a DHCP server. If applicable, ask your network administrator to ensure the DHCP server is available. Responding to Error Messages 21 - 23 Also check the following points when responding to errors numbered 21 - 23.

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    Responding to Error Messages What to check on the network as a whole Does your network include a router or similar device that serves as a gateway? If applicable, ask your network administrator for the network gateway address and enter it on the camera (p.59, 64, 70, 109, 113, 118, 166).

  • Page 156

    Responding to Error Messages 61: Selected SSID wireless LAN network not found Are any obstacles blocking the line of sight between the camera and the antenna of the access point? Move the antenna of the access point to a position clearly visible from the point of view of the camera (p.164).

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    Responding to Error Messages 63: Wireless LAN authentication failed Are the camera and the access point set to use the same authentication method? The camera supports the following authentication methods: [Open system], [Shared key], [WPA-PSK], and [WPA2-PSK] (p.68, 116). When using an AirPort for communication in infrastructure mode, [Open system] is not supported.

  • Page 158

    Responding to Error Messages The wireless LAN connection was lost, for some reason, and the connection cannot be restored. The following are possible reasons: excessive access to the access point from other device, a microwave oven or similar appliance in use nearby (interfering with IEEE 802.11b/g/n (2.4 GHz band)), or influence of rain or high humidity (p.164).

  • Page 159

    Responding to Error Messages 69: Multiple wireless LAN terminals have been found. Cannot connect. Retry from the beginning. Connection is in progress by other access points in Pushbutton Connection mode (PBC mode) of Wi-Fi Protected Setup (WPS). Wait a while before trying to establish the connection, or try to establish a connection in PIN code connection mode (PIN mode) (p.62, 111).

  • Page 160

    Responding to Error Messages Check if the folder number of the camera to receive data is 999 and the file number 9999. Folder or file names cannot be created automatically. Replace the card in the camera to receive data, then try sending the data again. Is the card working properly? Replace the card in the camera to receive data, then try sending the data again.

  • Page 161

    122: Connect to a computer, and correct the settings for the Web service with the provided software Is the Web service registered on the camera deleted on CANON iMAGE GATEWAY? Connect the camera and computer using an interface cable and reconfigure Web service settings using EOS Utility (p.105).

  • Page 162

    Is the network connected? Check the connection status of the network. 126: Could not connect to server CANON iMAGE GATEWAY is under maintenance or load is concentrated temporarily. Try connecting to the Web service again later. 127: An error has occurred A problem other than error 121 to 126 occurred during the connection to the Web service.

  • Page 163: Troubleshooting Guide

    If a problem occurs with the camera, first refer to this Troubleshooting Guide. If this Troubleshooting Guide does not resolve the problem, contact your dealer or nearest Canon Service Center. A computer, printer, GPS receiver, or other device cannot be used with a cable connection.

  • Page 164: Wireless Lan Notes

    Wireless LAN Notes If the transmission rate drops, the connection is lost, or other problems occur when using the camera with a wireless LAN, try the following corrective actions. Access Point and Antenna Installation Location When using indoors, install the device in the same room that you are shooting.

  • Page 165: Movie Shooting

    Wireless LAN Notes Security Wireless LAN radio waves can be easily intercepted. For this reason, we recommend activating encrypted communication in the access point settings. Connecting with an Interface Cable When [Wi-Fi] under the [53] tab is set to [Enable], interface cable connection is disabled.

  • Page 166: Checking Network Settings

    Checking Network Settings Windows Click the Windows [Start] button 9 [All Programs] 9 [Accessories] 9 [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, change the rightmost number when configuring the IP address assigned to the camera in the processes described in pages...

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  • Page 170: Specifications

    Images to be printed can be sent to a printer supporting DPS over IP. Send images to Images in the camera can be sent to CANON iMAGE a Web service: GATEWAY. A link can be sent to Facebook*, Twitter, or email address.

  • Page 171: Index

    MAC address..56, 76, 94, 95, 106 Media player......... 131 Cable..........17 Camera access point mode ..33, 46 Nickname ........12 CANON iMAGE GATEWAY ..104 Notes (Wireless LAN)....164 Changing setting names ..28, 148 Changing settings ......148 PictBridge ......... 45, 87 Checking settings......146...

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    Index Sending images ......22, 120 Sending images to a Web service ........103 Stealth functions ..57, 62, 107, 111 Subnet mask....59, 64, 70, 109, 113, 118 Transferring images between cameras ..........19 Troubleshooting Guide ....151 Viewable images.......40, 81 Viewing images......131 Wi-Fi Protected Setup.....56, 106 Wireless LAN access point ..55, 106 WPS........56, 106 YouTube........120...

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