Canon EOS M50 user manual

Brand: Canon
Product: Canon EOS M50
Category: Camera
Language: English

zTake and review some test shots initially to make sure the images were recorded correctly. Please note that Canon Inc., its subsidiaries and affiliates, and its distributors are not liable for any consequential damages arising from any malfunction of a camera or accessory, including memory cards, that result in the failure of an image to be recorded or to be recorded in a way that is machine readable. zThe user’s unauthorized photographing or recording (video and/or sound) of people or copyrighted materials may invade the privacy of such people and/or may violate others’ legal rights, including copyright and other intellectual property rights. Note that restrictions may apply even when such photographing or recording is intended solely for personal use. zFor information on camera warranty or Customer Support, please refer to the warranty information provided with your camera User Manual Kit. zAlthough the screen is produced under extremely high-precision manufacturing conditions and more than 99.99% of the pixels meet design specifications, in rare cases some pixels may be defective or may appear as red or black dots. This does not indicate camera damage or affect recorded images. zWhen the camera is used over an extended period, it may become warm. This does not indicate damage.Preliminary Notes and Legal Information
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IntroductionManual Conventions zInstructions in this manual may include icons representing camera buttons and dials. zThe following camera controls are represented by icons. zOn-screen icons and text are indicated in brackets. zInstructions in this manual apply to the camera under default settings. zFor convenience, all lenses and mount adapters are simply referred to as “lenses” and “mount adapters,” whether they are included or sold separately. zIllustrations in this manual show the camera with the EF-M15-45mm f/3.5-6.3 IS STM lens attached as an example. zFor convenience, all supported memory cards are simply referred to as the “memory card.”
Safety InstructionsBe sure to read these instructions in order to operate the product safely.Follow these instructions to prevent injury or harm to the operator of the product or others. WARNINGDenotes the risk of serious injury or death. zKeep the product out of the reach of young children.A strap wrapped around a person’s neck may result in strangulation.The hot shoe cap is dangerous if swallowed. If swallowed, seek immediate medical assistance. zUse only power sources specified in this instruction manual for use with the product. zDo not disassemble or modify the product. zDo not expose the product to strong shocks or vibration. zDo not touch any exposed internal parts. zStop using the product in any case of unusual circumstances such as the presence of smoke or a strange smell. zDo not use organic solvents such as alcohol, benzine or paint thinner to clean the product. zDo not get the product wet. zDo not insert foreign objects or liquids into the product. zDo not use the product where flammable gases may be present.This may cause electric shock, explosion or fire.
zFor products featuring a viewfinder, do not look through the viewfinder at strong light sources such as the sun on a bright day or lasers and other strong artificial light sources.This may harm your vision. zObserve the following instructions when using commercially available batteries or provided battery packs. - Use batteries/battery packs only with their specified product. - Do not heat batteries/battery packs or expose them to fire. - Do not charge batteries/battery packs using non-authorized battery chargers. - Do not expose the terminals to dirt or let them come into contact with metallic pins or other metal objects. - Do not use leaking batteries/battery packs. - When disposing of batteries/battery packs, insulate the terminals with tape or other means.Failure to do so may cause electric shock, explosion or fire.If a battery/battery pack leaks and the material contacts your skin or clothing, flush the exposed area thoroughly with running water. In case of eye contact, flush thoroughly with copious amounts of clean running water and seek immediate medical assistance.Safety Instructions
zObserve the following instructions when using a battery charger or AC adapter. - Periodically remove any dust buildup from the power plug and power outlet using a dry cloth. - Do not plug in or unplug the product with wet hands. - Do not use the product if the power plug is not fully inserted into the power outlet. - Do not expose the power plug and terminals to dirt or let them come into contact with metallic pins or other metal objects. zDo not touch the battery charger or AC adapter connected to a power outlet during lightning storms. zDo not place heavy objects on the power cord. Do not damage, break or modify the power cord. zDo not wrap the product in cloth or other materials when in use or shortly after use when the product is still warm in temperature. zDo not leave the product connected to a power source for long periods of time.This may cause electric shock, explosion or fire. zDo not allow the product to maintain contact with the same area of skin for extended periods of time during use.This may result in low-temperature contact burns, including skin redness and blistering, even if the product does not feel hot. The use of a tripod or similar equipment is recommended when using the product in hot places and for people with circulation problems or less sensitive skin.Safety Instructions
zFollow any indications to turn off the product in places where its use is forbidden.Not doing so may cause other equipment to malfunction due to the effect of electromagnetic waves and even result in accidents. CAUTIONDenotes the risk of injury. zDo not fire the flash near the eyes.It may hurt the eyes. zStrap is intended for use on the body only. Hanging the strap with any product attached on a hook or other object may damage the product. Also, do not shake the product or expose the product to strong impacts. zDo not apply strong pressure on the lens or allow an object to hit it.This may cause injury or damage to the product. zFlash emits high temperatures when fired. Keep fingers, any other part of your body, and objects away from the flash unit while taking pictures.This may cause burns or malfunction of the flash. zDo not leave the product in places exposed to extremely high or low temperatures.The product may become extremely hot/cold and cause burns or injury when touched.Safety Instructions
CAUTIONDenotes the possibility of property damage. zDo not aim the camera at intense light sources, such as the sun on a clear day or an intense artificial light source.Doing so may damage the image sensor or other internal components. zWhen using the camera on a sandy beach or at a windy location, be careful not to allow dust or sand to enter the camera. zWipe off any dust, grime, or other foreign matter on the flash with a cotton swab or cloth.The heat emitted from the flash may cause foreign matter to smoke or the product to malfunction. zRemove and store the battery pack/batteries when you are not using the product.Any battery leakage that occurs may cause product damage. zBefore you discard the battery pack/batteries, cover the terminals with tape or other insulators.Contacting other metal materials may lead to fire or explosions. zUnplug any battery charger used with the product when not in use. Do not cover with a cloth or other objects when in use.Leaving the unit plugged in for a long period of time may cause it to overheat and distort, resulting in fire.Safety Instructions
zDo not leave any dedicated battery packs near pets.Pets biting the battery pack could cause leakage, overheating, or explosion, resulting in product damage or fire. zIf your product uses multiple batteries, do not use batteries that have different levels of charge together, and do not use old and new batteries together. Do not insert the batteries with the + and – terminals reversed.This may cause the product to malfunction.Safety Instructions
Attaching the Strap(1)(2)(3)(4)
1Remove the battery cover2Insert the battery pack(2)(3)(1)3Charge the battery pack(1)(2) zCharging: Orange zFully charged: GreenCharging the Battery Pack
Charging the Battery Pack4Remove the battery pack(1)(2)
Preparing a Memory CardUse the following memory cards (sold separately), in any capacity. zSD memory cards*1 zSDHC memory cards*1*2 zSDXC memory cards*1*2 *1 Cards conforming to SD standards. However, not all memory cards have been verified to work with the camera.*2 UHS-I memory cards are also supported.
1Open the memory card/battery cover(1)(2)2When inserting the battery pack:(2)(1)TerminalsWhen removing the battery pack:3When inserting the memory card:(1)(2)Inserting/Removing the Battery Pack and Memory Card
Inserting/Removing the Battery Pack and Memory CardWhen removing the memory card:4Close the memory card/battery cover(1)(2)
1Turn the camera on2Access the menu screen z button z/ buttons → [ ] → button z[ 2] → / buttons → [Date/Time/Zone] → buttonSetting the Date, Time, and Time Zone
3Set the time zone z/ buttons to choose an option → button z button z/ buttons to navigate → button → / buttons to choose [OK] → button4Set the date and time z/ buttons to navigate → button → / buttons to adjust → buttonSetting the Date, Time, and Time Zone
z/ buttons to choose [OK] → buttonSetting the Date, Time, and Time Zone
Setting the Display Language1Access the menu screen z button z/ buttons → [ ] → button z[ 2] → / buttons → [Language ]2Set the display language z/ / / buttons to choose an option
Attaching a Lens1Make sure the camera is off2Remove the lens cap and body cap3Attach the lens(1)(2)4Remove the front lens cap(1)(2)(1)
Attaching a Lens5Prepare to shoot(1)(2) zPress (1) as you turn (2) slightly, and then release (1). zTurn (2) a little more until it clicks. zZoom in or out before focusing.
Detaching a Lens1Make sure the camera is off2Detach the lens(1)(2)(3) zPress (1) as you turn the lens toward (2) until it stops. zRemove it in the direction shown (3).3Attach the lens cap and body cap
Attaching EF and EF-S Lenses1Make sure the camera is off2Remove the lens cap and body cap3Attach an optional adapter to the lens(1)(2)EFlenses(1)(2)EF-S lenses4Attach the adapter to the camera(1)(2)
Detaching EF and EF-S Lenses1Make sure the camera is off2Detach the adapter(3)(1)(2) zPress (1) as you turn the adapter toward (2) until it stops. zRemove it in the direction shown (3).3Detach the lens(3)(2)(1) zSlide (1) as you turn the lens toward (2) until it stops. zRemove it in the direction shown (3).4Attach the lens cap and body cap
Using a Tripod with EF or EF-S Lenses1Attach the tripod mount to the adapter(1)(2)2Attach the tripod to the tripod mount socket
Using EF or EF-S Lens Image Stabilization
Holding the Camera
1Turn the camera on2Set the mode zSet the shooting mode → button(1)(3)(2) z(1) Scene icon z(2) Remaining number of shots z(3) Remaining recording timeTrying the Camera OutShooting Stills (Scene Intelligent Auto) zFor fully automatic selection of the optimal settings for specific scenes, simply let the camera determine the subject and shooting conditions. zFrames are displayed around faces and subjects that have been detected, indicating that they are in focus.
3Zoom in or out, as needed4Focus zPress the shutter button lightly. zThe camera beeps twice after focusing. zAn AF point is displayed around positions in focus.Trying the Camera OutShooting Stills (Scene Intelligent Auto) zFor fully automatic selection of the optimal settings for specific scenes, simply let the camera determine the subject and shooting conditions. zFrames are displayed around faces and subjects that have been detected, indicating that they are in focus.
5Raise the flash as needed6Shoot zAfter you shoot, the image is displayed for about two seconds. zEven while the shot is displayed, you can take another shot by pressing the shutter button again.Trying the Camera OutShooting Stills (Scene Intelligent Auto) zFor fully automatic selection of the optimal settings for specific scenes, simply let the camera determine the subject and shooting conditions. zFrames are displayed around faces and subjects that have been detected, indicating that they are in focus.
1Turn the camera on2Set the mode zSet the shooting mode → button(1)(3)(2) z(1) Scene icon z(2) Remaining number of shots z(3) Remaining recording timeTrying the Camera OutRecording Movies (Scene Intelligent Auto) zFor fully automatic selection of the optimal settings for specific scenes, simply let the camera determine the subject and shooting conditions. zFrames are displayed around faces and subjects that have been detected, indicating that they are in focus.
3Zoom in or out, as needed4Start recording zFrames are displayed around any detected faces that are in focus.Trying the Camera OutRecording Movies (Scene Intelligent Auto) zFor fully automatic selection of the optimal settings for specific scenes, simply let the camera determine the subject and shooting conditions. zFrames are displayed around faces and subjects that have been detected, indicating that they are in focus.
5Stop recordingTrying the Camera OutRecording Movies (Scene Intelligent Auto) zFor fully automatic selection of the optimal settings for specific scenes, simply let the camera determine the subject and shooting conditions. zFrames are displayed around faces and subjects that have been detected, indicating that they are in focus.
1Set display to playback2Browse your images z button: Previous image z button: Next imageTrying the Camera OutViewing Stills
Trying the Camera OutViewing Movies1Set display to playback2Browse your images z button: Previous image z button: Next image zMovies are labeled with [].3Play the movie z button: Display movie playback panel
z/ buttons → [ ]4Adjust the volumeTrying the Camera OutViewing Movies
1Set display to playback2Browse your images z button: Previous image z button: Next image3Erase z/ buttons → [Erase]Trying the Camera OutErasing Images
Part NamesFront(7) (8) (10)(11)(12)(14)(16)(18)(19)(20)(23)(22)(21)(26)(24) (25)(1)(2)(5)(4)(15)(9)(13)(6)(3)(17)No.NameSymbol in This Manual(1) Shutter button(2) Main dial(3) EF-M lens mount index(4) Grip(5) Contacts(6) Lens mount(7) Movie button(8) ON/OFF switch(9) Mode dial
(7) (8) (10)(11)(12)(14)(16)(18)(19)(20)(23)(22)(21)(26)(24) (25)(1)(2)(5)(4)(15)(9)(13)(6)(3)(17)No.NameSymbol in This Manual(10) Multi-function button(11) Flash(12) Microphone(13) Focal plane mark(14) Strap mount(15) Lamp(16) External microphone IN terminal(17) Terminal cover(18) N-MarkPart NamesFront
(7) (8) (10)(11)(12)(14)(16)(18)(19)(20)(23)(22)(21)(26)(24) (25)(1)(2)(5)(4)(15)(9)(13)(6)(3)(17)No.NameSymbol in This Manual(19) Lens release button(20) Lens lock pin(21) Dioptric adjustment knob(22) Speaker(23) DC coupler terminal cover(24) Serial number (Body number)(25) Tripod socket(26) Memory card/battery coverPart NamesFront
No.NameSymbol in This Manual(1) Screen / Touch-screen panel(2) Viewfinder(3) Hot shoe(4) Flash-sync contacts(5) Indicator(6) Strap mount(7) Digital terminal(8) HDMITM terminal(9) Wi-Fi buttonPart NamesBack(11)(4)(2)(19)(18)(17)(16)(15)(14)(13)(8)(9)(7)(6)(5)(10)(12)(1)(3)
No.NameSymbol in This Manual(10) Quick Control / Set button(11) Auto focus / Manual focus / Left button(12) Playback button(13) AE lock buttonPlayback: Magnify(14) AF point selection buttonPlayback: Index(15) Information button(16) Exposure compensation / Up button(11)(4)(2)(19)(18)(17)(16)(15)(14)(13)(8)(9)(7)(6)(5)(10)(12)(1)(3)Part NamesBack
No.NameSymbol in This Manual(17) Flash / Right button(18) Single-image erase / Down button(19) Menu button(11)(4)(2)(19)(18)(17)(16)(15)(14)(13)(8)(9)(7)(6)(5)(10)(12)(1)(3)Part NamesBack
No.Name(1) Focusing ring(2) Hood mount(3) Filter-mounting thread(4) Lens retraction switch(5) Lens mount index(6) Zoom ring(7) Lens retraction index(8) Zoom position index(9) ContactsPart NamesLens(1)(2)(3)(4)(5)(6)(7)(8)(9)
On/Off zTurn on: [ON] zTurn off: [OFF]
Shutter Button1Press halfway (Press lightly to focus) zThe camera beeps twice.2Press all the way down (From the halfway position, press fully to shoot) zThe camera shoots.
Viewfinder1Switch display modes zTo use the viewfinder, activate it by holding it near your eye.2Adjust the diopter zAdjust it with the screen open.
Shooting ModesUse the mode dial to access each shooting mode.No.ModeFunctionSymbol in This Manual(1) Scene Intelligent Auto Mode / Hybrid Auto ModeFully automatic shooting, with camera-determined settings./(2) Special Scene ModeShooting with optimal settings for specific scenes.(3) Creative Filters ModeShooting with a variety of added effects.(5)(4)(3)(1)(2)
Use the mode dial to access each shooting mode.No.ModeFunctionSymbol in This Manual(4) Movie Recording Mode For movie recording.(5) P, Tv, Av, and M ModesShooting a variety of ways, with your preferred settings.// /Shooting Modes(5)(4)(3)(1)(2)
Adjusting the Screen Angle(2)(3)(1)(1) zToward (1): The screen opens to about 180°. zToward (2): The screen swivels about 180°. z(3): Tilt the screen toward the front to close it.
Frames on the Shooting ScreenWhite frame zDisplayed around the subject or person’s face detected as the main subject.Green frame zDisplayed after the camera focuses when you press the shutter button halfway.Blue frame zDisplayed as the camera continues to focus on moving subjects. Displayed as long as you press the shutter button halfway.Orange frame zDisplayed if the camera cannot focus when you press the shutter button halfway.
Shooting Display Options1Switch display modesShooting information 1Shooting information 2HistogramNo information displayINFO. Quick Control screen
Playback Display Options1Switch the display modesNo information displayInformation display 1(summary)Information display 2(details)Information display 3(details)
Using the Quick Control Screen1Access the setting screen(1)(1)(2) z(1) Setting items z(2) Setting options2Choose the setting item3Choose the setting option
zTo set items labeled [], press the button. zTo set items labeled [], press the button. zTo set items labeled [], turn the dial.4Confirm your choice and exitUsing the Quick Control Screen
Using the Menu Screen(When set to [ ] → [Menu display] → [Guided])1Access the menu screen2Choose a main tab
(1)(3)(4)(2) z(1) Main tab z(2) Sub-tab z(3) Setting items z(4) Setting options3Choose a sub-tab4Choose the setting item zSome items are selected with the / buttons on a different screen, after you press the button initially.Using the Menu Screen(When set to [ ] → [Menu display] → [Guided])
5Choose the setting option6Confirm your choice and exit7Return to the shooting screen zPress the button to return to the screen in step 2, and press it again to return to the shooting screen.Using the Menu Screen(When set to [ ] → [Menu display] → [Guided])
Entering CharactersEntering characters zTouch a character to enter it.Moving the cursor zTouch [ ]/[ ].Switching input modes z[ ]: Switch to uppercase z[ ]: Switch to numbers or symbolsDeleting characters zTouch [].
Entering line breaks zTouch [].Confirming input zTouch [], and then touch [OK].Returning to the previous screenEntering Characters
ColorStatusCamera StatusGreenOn zRecording stills to the memory card, or reading stills from the cardSlow blinking zConnected to a computer zDisplay offBlinking zRecording movies to the memory card, or reading movies from the card zTransmitting via Wi-FiIndicator DisplayIndicator display varies depending on the camera status.
Quick Control ScreenMENUPlaybackCamera BasicsTouch Operations
Touch OperationsQuick Control ScreenAccessing the setting screen zTouch [ ].Setting up the camera(1)(1)(2) zTouch a setting item (1) → option (2).Switching screens zFor items labeled [], touch []. zFor items labeled [], touch []. zFor items labeled [], touch [].Returning to the previous screen zTouch [ ].
Adjusting amounts on bars zTouch or drag the bar.Touch OperationsQuick Control Screen
Touch OperationsMENUSetting up the camera(1)(3)(4)(2) zTouch a main tab (1) → sub tab (2) → setting item (3) → option (4).Returning to the previous screen zTouch [].Adding/removing check marks zTouch a check box.Instead of pressing the button zTouch [].
Touch OperationsMENUInstead of pressing the button zTouch [].Instead of pressing the button zTouch [].
Touch OperationsPlaybackViewing images individually zNext image: Drag left zPrevious image: Drag rightPlaying movies zPlay: Touch [ ]Operations during movies zStop: Touch the screen zResume: Touch [ ] zAdjust volume: Touch []Switching to index display
Displaying fewer imagesMagnifying images zQuickly touch twice.Reducing magnified images zRestore original size: Touch [ ]Touch OperationsPlayback
1Set the shooting mode z mode → button2Compose the shot and shootHybrid Auto ModeYou can make a short movie of the day just by shooting stills. The camera records 2 – 4-second clips of scenes before each shot, which are later combined in a digest movie.
PortraitCapture subjects that stand out against a blurred background, with smooth skin tone and soft-looking hair.1Set the shooting mode z mode → button z/ buttons → [ ] → button2ShootSpecific Scenes (Special Scene)
Specific Scenes (Special Scene) Self PortraitFor self-portraits, customizable image processing includes skin smoothing as well as brightness and background adjustment to make yourself stand out. Smooth skinProcesses images to make skin look smoother. LandscapeCapture wide-open landscapes or similar scenery in sharp focus from near to far, with blue skies and greenery reproduced vividly.
Specific Scenes (Special Scene) SportsShoot continuously as the camera keeps moving subjects in focus. Close-upTake close-ups of flowers or other small objects to show them enlarged in your shots. FoodAdjust color tones to make food look fresh and vibrant.
Handheld Night SceneTake beautiful shots of evening scenes or portraits with evening scenery in the background. HDR Backlight ControlThree consecutive images are captured at different brightness levels each time you shoot, and the camera combines image areas with optimal brightness to create a single image. This mode can reduce the washed-out highlights and loss of detail in shadows that tend to occur in shots with mixed bright and dark image areas. Silent ModeShoot quiet scenes without making shutter sounds or other operating sounds.Specific Scenes (Special Scene)
PanningBy panning, you can blur the background to convey a sense of speed.Attach a lens compatible with [ ] mode to reduce subject blurring and keep subjects clear and sharp.1Set the shooting mode z mode → button z/ buttons → [] → button2Shoot zBefore shooting, press the shutter button halfway as you move the camera so that it follows the subject.Capturing Subjects Against Flowing Backgrounds
PanningBy panning, you can blur the background to convey a sense of speed.Attach a lens compatible with [ ] mode to reduce subject blurring and keep subjects clear and sharp. zKeep the moving subject in the frame displayed, and press the shutter button all the way down. zEven after you have pressed the shutter button fully, continue moving the camera to follow the subject.Capturing Subjects Against Flowing Backgrounds
Shoot with your preferred effects in mode by adjusting background blur, brightness, or other options.Easy to set up, by choosing from presets saved on the camera.1Set the shooting mode z mode → button2Access the setting screen z/ buttons → button3Choose the setting item z/ buttons → buttonShooting with Your Favorite Effects
4ShootShoot with your preferred effects in mode by adjusting background blur, brightness, or other options.Easy to set up, by choosing from presets saved on the camera.Shooting with Your Favorite Effects
1Set the shooting mode z mode → button z/ buttons → [ ] → button2Adjust the effect levelImage Effects (Creative Filters) Grainy B/WTake monochrome pictures with a gritty, rough feeling.
z/ buttons → [Filter effect level] → / buttons → button3ShootImage Effects (Creative Filters) Grainy B/WTake monochrome pictures with a gritty, rough feeling.
Image Effects (Creative Filters) Soft focusShoot images as if a soft focus filter were attached to the camera. Fish-eye effectShoot with the distorting effect of a fish-eye lens. Water painting effectSoften colors, for photos resembling watercolor paintings.
Toy camera effectShoot images resemble shots from a toy camera, with vignetting (darker, blurred image corners) and modified color overall. HDR art standardAdd an effect to make shots resemble low-contrast paintings with flat tones. HDR art vividAdd an effect to make shots resemble vivid illustrations.Image Effects (Creative Filters)
HDR art boldAdd an effect to make shots resemble oil paintings, with bold edges. HDR art embossedAdd an effect to make shots resemble old, faded photos with bold edges and dark ambiance.Image Effects (Creative Filters)
1Set the shooting mode z mode → button z/ buttons → [] → buttonCreative Filters (Miniature Effect) Miniature effectCreates the effect of a miniature model, by blurring image areas outside a selected area.
2Choose the position to keep in focus and the area not to blur zMove the frame: button → / buttonsCreative Filters (Miniature Effect) Miniature effectCreates the effect of a miniature model, by blurring image areas outside a selected area.
zMove the AF point: button → / / / buttons3Return to the shooting screen4ShootCreative Filters (Miniature Effect) Miniature effectCreates the effect of a miniature model, by blurring image areas outside a selected area.
Setting Up Shooting from a Single Screen1Set the shooting mode z mode → button2Access the INFO. Quick Control screen zPress the button a few times. z button3Choose a functionThe INFO. Quick Control screen provides convenient, single-screen access to a variety of shooting settings.
Setting Up Shooting from a Single ScreenThe INFO. Quick Control screen provides convenient, single-screen access to a variety of shooting settings.4Set up the camera z/ buttons or dial to adjust z/ buttons or button to adjust z/ buttons or button to adjust
Setting Up Shooting from a Single ScreenThe INFO. Quick Control screen provides convenient, single-screen access to a variety of shooting settings. z/ / / buttons or dial to adjust
Adjusting Image Brightness (Exposure Compensation)Set toward −±0Set toward +Standard exposure is adjustable in 1/3-stop increments, in a range of −3 to +3.1Set the shooting mode z mode → button2Set up the camera z dial3Compose the shot and shoot
1Set the shooting mode z mode → button2Access the menu screen z button → [] → button3Set up the camera z[2] → [Expo.comp./AEB] zExposure compensation: / buttons AEB: dialAuto Exposure Bracketing (AEB Shooting)UnderexposureOverexposureThree images are captured at different exposure levels each time you shoot. Bracketing width is adjustable in 1/3-stop increments in a range of ±2 stops, centered on the exposure compensation level.
Locking Image Brightness / Exposure (AE Lock)1Set the shooting mode z mode → button2Lock the exposure z[ ] is displayed, and the exposure is locked.3Compose the shot and shootWithout AE lock21AE lockBefore shooting, you can lock the exposure, or you can specify focus and exposure separately.
1Set the shooting mode z mode → button2Access the ISO speed bar zTouch [].3Set up the camera z/ buttonsChanging the ISO SpeedLowHighChoose [AUTO] to have the ISO speed set automatically to match the shooting mode and scene, or adjust the ISO speed manually to suit how you are shooting. Higher values increase ISO speed while lower values decrease it.
Adjusting ISO Auto SettingsMaximum set low Maximum set highYou can limit the maximum ISO speed set automatically.1Set the shooting mode z mode → button2Access the menu screen z button → [] → button3Set up the camera z[2] → [ ISO speed settings] → [ISO Auto] → choose an option
1Set the shooting mode z mode → button2Access the setting screen3Set up the camera(1)(2) z[] → choose an option Changing the Metering MethodChoose how the camera determines brightness.
1Set the shooting mode z mode → button2Access the setting screen3Set up the camera(1)(2) z[] → choose an optionAuto Correction of Brightness and Contrast (Auto Lighting Optimizer)DisableLowStandardHigh
1Set the shooting mode z mode → button2Access the menu screen z button → [] → button3Set up the camera z[2] → [Highlight tone priority] → choose an optionShooting Bright Subjects (Highlight Tone Priority)Improve gradation in bright image areas to avoid loss of detail in subject highlights.
Deactivating Exposure Simulation1Set the shooting mode z mode → button2Access the menu screen z button → [] → button3Set up the camera z[3] → [Expo. simulation] → [Disable]Images are displayed at a brightness simulating the actual brightness as captured. For this reason, screen brightness is also adjusted in response to changes in exposure compensation. This feature can be disabled to keep the screen at a brightness convenient for shooting, unaffected by exposure compensation.
Choosing Color Tones (Picture Style) Standard LandscapeChoose color settings that express scenes or subjects well.1Set the shooting mode z mode → button2Access the setting screen3Set up the camera(1)(2) z[] → choose an option
Customizing Picture StylesCustomize parameters of Picture Styles, such as contrast or saturation.1Set the shooting mode z mode → button2Access the setting screen3Set up the camera(1)(2)(3) z[] → choose an option → button
Customizing Picture StylesCustomize parameters of Picture Styles, such as contrast or saturation. zChoose an item: / buttons zCustomize: / buttons
Saving Customized Picture StylesSave presets (such as [] or []) that you have customized as new styles. You can create several Picture Styles with different settings for parameters such as sharpness or contrast.1Set the shooting mode z mode → button2Access the setting screen3Set up the camera(1)(2)(3) z[] → choose a user-defined style no. button
Saving Customized Picture StylesSave presets (such as [] or []) that you have customized as new styles. You can create several Picture Styles with different settings for parameters such as sharpness or contrast. zChoose an item: / buttons zCustomize: / buttons
1Set the shooting mode z mode → button2Access the setting screen3Set up the camera(1)(2) z[ ] → choose an optionCapturing Natural Colors (White Balance)DaylightCloudyTungsten lightBy adjusting white balance (WB), you can make image colors look more natural for the scene you are shooting.
1Set the shooting mode z mode → button2Shoot a white object zUse a plain white object that fills the screen. zFocus and shoot.3Access the menu screen z button → [] → buttonCustom White BalanceLoading whiteFor image colors that look natural under the light in your shot, adjust white balance to suit the light source where you are shooting. Set the white balance under the same light source that will illuminate your shot.
4Load the white data z[4] → [Custom White Balance] zSelect your image from step 2 → button → [OK] → button5Return to the shooting screenCustom White BalanceLoading whiteFor image colors that look natural under the light in your shot, adjust white balance to suit the light source where you are shooting. Set the white balance under the same light source that will illuminate your shot.
6Access the setting screen7Set up the camera(1)(2) z[ ] → []Custom White BalanceLoading whiteFor image colors that look natural under the light in your shot, adjust white balance to suit the light source where you are shooting. Set the white balance under the same light source that will illuminate your shot.
1Set the shooting mode z mode → button2Access the setting screen3Set up the camera(1)(3)(2) z[ ] → choose an option → button zAdjust: / / / buttons buttonManually Correcting White BalanceDaylight shotCorrectedYou can manually correct white balance. This adjustment can match the effect of using a commercially available color temperature conversion filter or color-compensating filter.
1Set the shooting mode z mode → button2Access the setting screen3Set up the camera(1)(2)(3) z[ ] → [ 5200] → buttonManually Setting White Balance Color TemperatureA value can be set representing the white balance color temperature.
Manually Setting White Balance Color TemperatureA value can be set representing the white balance color temperature. zChoose a color temperature: / buttons → button
1Set the shooting mode z mode → button2Access the menu screen z button → [] → button3Set up the camera z[1] → [Lens aberration correction] zChoose an item without [ ]Correcting Lens AberrationsExample: Peripheral illumination correction → DisableExample: Peripheral illumination correction → EnableCorrect a variety of image issues from lens characteristics.
Correcting Lens AberrationsExample: Peripheral illumination correction → DisableExample: Peripheral illumination correction → EnableCorrect a variety of image issues from lens characteristics.
Reducing Noise in High-ISO Shooting1Set the shooting mode z mode → button2Access the menu screen z button → [] → button3Set up the camera z[5] → [High ISO speed NR] → choose an optionYou can choose from 3 levels of noise reduction: [Standard], [High], [Low]. This function is especially effective when shooting at high ISO speeds.
Using Multi Shot Noise Reduction1Set the shooting mode z mode → button2Access the menu screen z button → [] → button3Set up the camera z[5] → [High ISO speed NR] → []Automatically combine four images captured at once to reduce noise. Compared to setting [High ISO speed NR] to [High], this feature minimizes loss of image quality while reducing noise.
Reducing Noise at Slow Shutter Speeds1Set the shooting mode z mode → button2Access the menu screen z button → [] → button3Set up the camera z[5] → [Long exp. noise reduction] → choose an optionReduce noise from long exposures at shutter speeds of one second or slower.
Shooting in Manual Focus Mode1Set the shooting mode z mode → button2Choose [] zEF-M lenses: button → [Manual focus] zOther lenses: set switch to MF3Activate magnification z button → dialWhen focusing is not possible in AF mode, use manual focus. To make focusing easier, magnify the display.
Shooting in Manual Focus Mode4Display an area to focus on z/ / / buttons zCenter display again: button5Focus6ShootWhen focusing is not possible in AF mode, use manual focus. To make focusing easier, magnify the display.
Fine-Tuning the Focus1Set the shooting mode z mode → button2Access the menu screen z button → [] → button3Set up the camera z[7] → [Lens electronic MF] → [Enable after One-Shot AF]AutofocusFocusing ringAfter autofocusing when using a lens compatible with this feature, you can fine-tune the focus by turning the focusing ring.
4Focus zHold the shutter button halfway down.5ShootFine-Tuning the FocusAutofocusFocusing ringAfter autofocusing when using a lens compatible with this feature, you can fine-tune the focus by turning the focusing ring.
Easily Identifying the Focus Area (MF Peaking)1Set the shooting mode z mode → button2Access the menu screen z button → [] → button3Set up the camera z[7] → [MF peaking settings] → [Peaking] → [On] zChoose an item.MF peaking offMF peaking onEdges of subjects in focus are displayed in color to make manual focusing easier. You can adjust the colors and the sensitivity (level) of edge detection as needed.
1Set the shooting mode z mode → button2Access the setting screen3Set up the camera(1)(2) z[ ] → choose an optionChoosing the AF Method+TrackingZone AF1-point AFChange the auto focus (AF) mode to suit shooting conditions.
1Set the shooting mode z mode → button2Activate magnification3Zoom in or out, as neededMagnifying Display to Check the FocusDisplay can be magnified to check the focus when the AF method is set to [ ] or [ ].
4Choose an area to focus on zPress the / / / buttons to display an area to focus on. zTo center the display again, press the button.Magnifying Display to Check the FocusDisplay can be magnified to check the focus when the AF method is set to [ ] or [ ].
1Set the shooting mode z mode → button2Access the menu screen z button → [] → button3Set up the camera(1)(2) z[6] → [Eye Detection AF] → [Enable]4Aim the camera at the subjectShooting with Subject Eyes in FocusIn close-ups of people’s faces, you can shoot with the subject’s eyes in focus.
5ShootShooting with Subject Eyes in FocusIn close-ups of people’s faces, you can shoot with the subject’s eyes in focus.
1Set the shooting mode z mode → button2Access the setting screen3Set up the camera(1)(2) z[] → []4FocusShooting with Servo AFThis mode helps avoid missing shots of subjects in motion, because the camera continues to focus on the subject and adjust the exposure as long as you press the shutter button halfway.
5ShootShooting with Servo AFThis mode helps avoid missing shots of subjects in motion, because the camera continues to focus on the subject and adjust the exposure as long as you press the shutter button halfway.
1Set the shooting mode z mode → button2Access the menu screen z button → [] → button3Set up the camera(1)(2) z[6] → [Continuous AF] → [Disable]Changing the Focus SettingEnable: Focus on moving subjectsDisable: Focus on stationary subjectsYou can change default camera operation of constantly focusing on subjects it is aimed at, even when the shutter button is not pressed. Instead, you can limit camera focusing to the moment you press the shutter button halfway.
1Choose a subject2ShootChoosing Subjects by Touch You can choose subjects by touching a person’s face or other things displayed on the screen.
1Set the shooting mode z mode → button2Access the menu screen z button → [] → button3Set up the camera(1)(2) z[7] → [IS settings] → [IS mode] → choose an optionChanging the IS Mode SettingsOnOffConfigure image stabilization via the camera menu when using an EF-M lens with image stabilization.
1Choose the flash mode z button → choose an optionChanging the Flash ModeYou can change the flash mode to match the shooting scene.
Adjusting the Flash Exposure CompensationSet toward −Set toward +Just as with regular exposure compensation, you can adjust the flash exposure from –2 to +2 stops, in 1/3-stop increments.1Set the shooting mode z mode → button2Raise the flash3Set up the camera z button → [ ] → button z[ exp. comp.]
Adjusting the Flash Exposure Compensation zAdjust as needed.Set toward −Set toward +Just as with regular exposure compensation, you can adjust the flash exposure from –2 to +2 stops, in 1/3-stop increments.
1Set the shooting mode z mode → button2Raise the flash3Choose the flash mode z button → [ ]4Lock the flash exposure z[ ] is displayed, and the exposure is locked.Shooting with the FE LockFE lockWithout FE lock(overexposed)Just as with the AE lock, you can lock the exposure for flash shots.
Shooting with the FE Lock5Compose the shot and shootFE lockWithout FE lock(overexposed)Just as with the AE lock, you can lock the exposure for flash shots.
1Set the shooting mode z mode → button2Access the menu screen z button → [] → button3Set up the camera z[1] → [Flash control] z[Built-in flash settings]Changing the Flash Timing1st-curtain flash2nd-curtain flashChange the timing of the flash and shutter release.
z[Shutter sync.] → choose an optionChanging the Flash Timing1st-curtain flash2nd-curtain flashChange the timing of the flash and shutter release.
1Set the shooting mode z mode → button2Access the menu screen z button → [] → button3Set up the camera z[1] → [Flash control](1)(2) z[E-TTL II meter.] → [Average]Changing the Flash Metering ModeEvaluativeAverage[Evaluative] flash metering, which enables standard flash exposure, can be changed to average flash metering across the metering area, as when using an externally metered flash.
Adjusting the Flash OutputFlash output: MinimumFlash output: MaximumChoose from the three flash levels in // modes.1Set the shooting mode z// modes → button2Access the menu screen z button → [] → button3Set up the camera z[1] → [Flash control] z[Built-in flash settings]
z[Flash mode] → [Manual flash] z[ flash output] → choose an optionAdjusting the Flash OutputFlash output: MinimumFlash output: MaximumChoose from the three flash levels in // modes.
1Set the shooting mode z mode → button2Set the shutter speed z dial3ShootSpecific Shutter Speeds (Tv Mode)SlowFastSet the shutter speed before shooting. The camera automatically adjusts the aperture value to suit your shutter speed.
1Set the shooting mode z mode → button2Set the aperture value z dial3ShootSpecific Aperture Values (Av Mode)SmallLargeSet the aperture value before shooting. The camera automatically adjusts the shutter speed to suit your aperture value.
1Set the shooting mode z mode → button2Set the ISO speed zTouch [] → / buttons3Set the shutter speed and aperture value zSet the shutter speed: dial zSet the aperture value: button → dialSpecific Shutter Speeds and Aperture Values (M Mode)Set the shutter speed, aperture value, and ISO speed before shooting to obtain the desired exposure.
Specific Shutter Speeds and Aperture Values (M Mode)4ShootSet the shutter speed, aperture value, and ISO speed before shooting to obtain the desired exposure.
1Set the shooting mode z mode → button2Set up the camera z dial → [BULB]3ShootShooting Long Exposures (Bulb)With bulb exposures, shots are exposed for as long as you hold down the shutter button all the way down.
1Set the shooting mode z mode → button → [ ] → button2Set the ISO speed zTouch []3Set the shutter speed and aperture valueRecording Movies at Specific Shutter Speeds and Aperture ValuesManual movieSet the shutter speed, aperture value, and ISO speed before recording.
zSet the shutter speed: dial zSet the aperture value: button → dial4Start recordingRecording Movies at Specific Shutter Speeds and Aperture ValuesManual movieSet the shutter speed, aperture value, and ISO speed before recording.
Configuring Touch & Drag AFWith Touch & Drag AF, you can move the AF point by touching or dragging the screen while looking through the viewfinder.1Set the shooting mode z mode → button2Access the menu screen z button → [] → button z[5] → [Touch & drag AF settings] z[Touch & drag AF] → [Enable]
Configuring Custom FunctionsConfigure custom functions on the [ 5] tab of the menu to customize how the camera works to suit your shooting preferences.You can also assign commonly used functions to specific buttons.1Set the shooting mode z mode → button2Access the menu screen z button → [ ] → button3Set up the camera z[ 5] → [Custom Functions(C.Fn)] → choose an item zChoose a function.
Configuring Custom FunctionsConfigure custom functions on the [ 5] tab of the menu to customize how the camera works to suit your shooting preferences.You can also assign commonly used functions to specific buttons. zChoose an option.
Assigning Functions to ButtonsReassign functions of buttons, such as the shutter button, or assign common functions to the button.1Set the shooting mode z mode → button2Access the menu screen z button → [ ] → button z[ 5] → [Custom Functions(C.Fn)] → [Custom Controls]3Choose the control to assign zChoose a button or dial to assign.
Assigning Functions to ButtonsReassign functions of buttons, such as the shutter button, or assign common functions to the button.4Choose the function to assign
Recording MoviesRecord movies in mode using a variety of effects and features.1Set the shooting mode z mode → button → choose a mode → button2Start recording3Stop recording
1Set the shooting mode z mode → button → [ ] → button2Lock the exposure z[ ] is displayed, and the exposure is locked.3Start recordingLocking Movie BrightnessYou can lock the exposure while recording.
Adjusting Movie BrightnessSet toward −Set toward +With auto exposure, you can adjust exposure within a range of −3 to +3 stops.1Set the shooting mode z mode → button → choose a mode → button2Adjust the exposure zSet the exposure: button → dial3Start recording
1Set the shooting mode z mode → button → choose a mode → button2Access the menu screen z button → [] → button3Set up the camera z[5] → [ Auto slow shutter] z[A-SLOW OFF]Disabling Auto Slow ShutterAuto slow shutter can be disabled if movement in movies is rough. However, under low light, movies may look dark.
1Set the shooting mode z mode → button → choose a mode → button2Access the menu screen z button → [] → button3Set up the camera z[1] → [Time-lapse movie] z[Time-lapse] → choose a scene → adjust as neededRecording Time-Lapse MoviesTime-lapse movies combine images that are shot automatically at a specified interval. Any gradual changes of the subject (such as changes in a landscape) are played back in fast motion.
4Return to the shooting screen5Secure the camera and start recordingRecording Time-Lapse MoviesTime-lapse movies combine images that are shot automatically at a specified interval. Any gradual changes of the subject (such as changes in a landscape) are played back in fast motion.
1Set the shooting mode z mode → button → choose a mode → button2Access the setting screen3Set up the camera(1)(2) z[] → choose an optionMiniature Model Effect in Movies (Miniature Effect Movie)Miniature effect movieCreates the effect of a miniature model in movies, by blurring image areas outside a selected area.
Miniature Model Effect in Movies (Miniature Effect Movie)Miniature effect movieCreates the effect of a miniature model in movies, by blurring image areas outside a selected area. zMove the frame: button → / buttons zMove the AF point: button → / / / buttons4Return to the shooting screen5Start recording
1Set the shooting mode z mode → button → choose a mode → button2Access the menu screen z button → [] → button3Set up the camera z[1] → [Sound recording](1)(2) z[Sound rec.] → [Manual]Adjusting the Recording VolumeAdjusting the recording volumeWhen set to [Auto], the recording level (volume) is automatically adjusted during recording. If you prefer to adjust the level manually to suit the scene, change it to [Manual].
z[Rec. level] → / buttonsAdjusting the Recording VolumeAdjusting the recording volumeWhen set to [Auto], the recording level (volume) is automatically adjusted during recording. If you prefer to adjust the level manually to suit the scene, change it to [Manual].
1Set the shooting mode z mode → button → choose a mode → button2Access the menu screen z button → [] → button3Set up the camera z[1] → [Sound recording] z[Wind filter/Attenuator]Deactivating the Wind FilterNoise from windy recording sites can be reduced with the wind filter. If there is no wind, recordings may sound unnatural when this option is used. In this case, set [Wind filter] to [Disable].
(1)(2) z[Wind filter] → [Disable]Deactivating the Wind FilterNoise from windy recording sites can be reduced with the wind filter. If there is no wind, recordings may sound unnatural when this option is used. In this case, set [Wind filter] to [Disable].
1Set the shooting mode z mode → button → choose a mode → button2Access the menu screen z button → [] → button3Set up the camera z[1] → [Sound recording] z[Wind filter/Attenuator]Using the AttenuatorRecording in noisy placesThe attenuator can prevent audio distortion at noisy recording sites. Three options are available: [Enable], [Disable], or [Auto] for automatic activation/deactivation as needed.
(1)(2) z[Attenuator] → [Enable]Using the AttenuatorRecording in noisy placesThe attenuator can prevent audio distortion at noisy recording sites. Three options are available: [Enable], [Disable], or [Auto] for automatic activation/deactivation as needed.
1Set the shooting mode z mode → button → choose a mode → button2Access the menu screen z button → [] → button3Set up the camera z[5] → [IS settings] z[ Digital IS] → choose an optionCorrecting Camera Shake when Recording MoviesEnableDisableIn-camera image stabilization corrects camera shake when you record movies. Camera shake can be corrected even without a lens that is equipped with image stabilization.
1Set the shooting mode z mode → button2Access the setting screen3Set up the camera(1)(2) z[ ] → []/[]4Shoot zKeep holding the shutter button all the way down.Continuous ShootingHold the shutter button all the way down to shoot continuously.
1Set the shooting mode z mode → button2Access the setting screen3Set up the camera(2)(1) z[ ] → [ ]4ShootUsing the Self-TimerWith the self-timer, you can include yourself in group photos or other timed shots. The camera will shoot about 10 seconds after you press the shutter button all the way down.
1Set up the camera zTouch [] and change it to [ ].2ShootShooting by Touching the Screen (Touch Shutter)With this option, instead of pressing the shutter button, you can simply touch the screen and release your finger to shoot.The camera focuses on subjects and adjusts image brightness automatically.
1Set the shooting mode z mode → button2Access the setting screen3Set up the camera(1)(2) z[ ] → choose an optionChanging Image Quality24.0 megapixels/high qualityApprox. 10.6 megapixels/high qualityApprox. 5.9 megapixels/high qualityApprox. 3.8 megapixels/normal quality24.0 megapixels/normal qualityApprox. 10.6 megapixels/normal qualityApprox. 5.9 megapixels/normal quality
1Set the shooting mode z mode → button2Access the setting screen3Set up the camera(3) (2)(1) z[ ] → choose JPEG image quality button zChoose the method of shooting in RAW.Capturing in RAW FormatThe camera can capture images in JPEG and RAW format.RAW images are “raw” data, before processing to create JPEGs.
1Set the shooting mode z mode → button2Access the menu screen z button → [] → button3Set up the camera z[7] → [AF-assist beam firing] z[Disable]Preventing the AF-Assist Beam from FiringThe lamp lights up to help you focus when you press the shutter button halfway in low-light conditions. This lamp can be deactivated.
1Set the shooting mode z mode → button2Access the setting screen3Choose the setting item(1)(2) z[] → choose an optionChanging the Aspect Ratio
1Set the shooting mode z mode → button → choose a mode → button2Access the setting screen3Set up the camera(2)(1) z[ ] → choose an optionChanging Movie Recording SizeAdjust the movie recording size. The frame rate indicates how many frames are recorded per second, and your options depend on the NTSC or PAL setting.
Using Auto LevelAuto leveling helps keep movies straight as you record them.1Set the shooting mode z mode → button → choose a mode → button2Access the menu screen z button → [] → button3Set up the camera z[5] → [IS settings] → [IS mode] → [Off] z[5] → [ Auto level]
Using Auto Level z[Enable]Auto leveling helps keep movies straight as you record them.
1Set display to playback2Browse your imagesViewing StillsAfter shooting images, you can view them on the screen.
Magnifying Images1Set display to playback2Browse your images3Magnify or reduce the image displayed zMagnify: button zMagnify further: keep holding the button zSingle-image display: buttonImages you play back can be magnified.
zReduce: button zReduce further: keep holding the button4Move the area shown, as needed zMove: / / / buttons zSingle-image display: buttonMagnifying ImagesImages you play back can be magnified.
Viewing Slideshows1Set display to playback2Access the menu screen z button → [] → button3Set up the camera z[3] → [Slide show] z[Start]Automatically play back images from a memory card.
Viewing Movies1Set display to playback2Browse your images zMovies are labeled with [].3Play the movie z button: Display movie playback panelAfter recording movies, you can view them on the screen.
z/ buttons → [ ]4Adjust the volume zIncrease the volume: button zDecrease the volume: buttonViewing MoviesAfter recording movies, you can view them on the screen.
Viewing Digest Movies1Set display to playback2Browse your images zDigest movies are labeled with [].3Play the movieA short movie of scenes that include your shots in mode is created automatically. Playing a digest movie shows the scenes captured that day.
z[]4Adjust the volume zIncrease the volume: button zDecrease the volume: buttonViewing Digest MoviesA short movie of scenes that include your shots in mode is created automatically. Playing a digest movie shows the scenes captured that day.
Finding Images in an Index1Set display to playback2Display images in an index zDisplay multiple images: button zIncrease the images per screen: press the button repeatedly3Find the images z/ / / buttonsBy displaying multiple images in an index, you can quickly find the images you are looking for.
Finding Images Matching Specified ConditionsFind desired images quickly on a memory card full of images by filtering image display according to your specified conditions.1Set display to playback2Access the setting screen3Find the images z[] z/ buttons to navigate → / buttons to adjust
zMatching images are displayed in yellow frames.Find desired images quickly on a memory card full of images by filtering image display according to your specified conditions.Finding Images Matching Specified Conditions
Finding Images with the Main Dial1Access the menu screen z button → [] → button2Specify a search condition z[3] → [Image jump w/] zChoose an option.3Set display to playbackUse the main dial to find and jump between desired images quickly according to your specified conditions.
Finding Images with the Main Dial4Find the imagesUse the main dial to find and jump between desired images quickly according to your specified conditions.
Protecting Individual Images1Set display to playback2Browse your images3Access the setting screen4Protect(1)(2) z[] → [Enable]Individual images can be protected to prevent accidental erasure of important images.
Protecting Multiple Images1Access the menu screen z button → [] → button2Set up the camera z[1] → [Protect images] zChoose a selection method. zSelect images: Choose an image → buttonImages can be protected either with [] on the setting screen or with [Protect images] in the [ ] menu.[Protect images] can be used for individual images, ranges of images, or entire folders or memory cards.
Protecting Multiple Images zSelect range: Choose the first image → choose the last image(1)(2) zAll images in folder: Choose a folder → [OK] zAll images on card: [OK]Images can be protected either with [] on the setting screen or with [Protect images] in the [ ] menu.[Protect images] can be used for individual images, ranges of images, or entire folders or memory cards.
Rating Images1Set display to playback2Browse your images3Access the setting screen4Set up the camera(2)(1) z[ ] → choose an optionOrganize images by rating them on a scale of 1 – 6.
Erasing Individual Images1Set display to playback2Browse your images3Erase z[Erase]You can choose and erase unneeded images one by one. Be careful when erasing images, because they cannot be recovered.
Erasing Multiple Images at Once1Access the menu screen z button → [] → button2Set up the camera z[1] → [Erase images] zChoose a selection method.You can choose multiple images to erase at once. Be careful when erasing images, because they cannot be recovered.
Erasing Multiple Images at Once zSelect and erase images: Choose an image → button → [OK] zSelect range: Choose the first image → choose the last image button → [OK](1)(2) zAll images in folder: Choose a folder → [OK]You can choose multiple images to erase at once. Be careful when erasing images, because they cannot be recovered.
Erasing Multiple Images at Once zAll images on card: [OK]You can choose multiple images to erase at once. Be careful when erasing images, because they cannot be recovered.
Applying Filter Effects (Creative Filters)1Set display to playback2Browse your images3Access the setting screen4Set up the camera(1)(2) z[ ] → choose an optionApply effects equivalent to shooting in [ / / / // ] modes to images and save them as separate images.
zAdjust the effect level: / buttons5Save z button → [OK]Applying Filter Effects (Creative Filters)Apply effects equivalent to shooting in [ / / / // ] modes to images and save them as separate images.
Rotating Images1Set display to playback2Browse your images3Access the setting screen4Rotate the image(1)(2) z[ ] → choose an optionChange the orientation of images and save them.
Correcting Red-Eye1Access the menu screen z button → [] → button2Correct red-eye z[2] → [Red-eye correction] zChoose an image: / buttons zCorrect: button3Save z[OK]Automatically corrects images affected by red-eye. You can save the corrected image as a separate file.
Cropping1Set display to playback2Browse your images3Access the setting screen4Crop the image z[ ]You can specify a portion of an image to save as a separate image file.
CroppingYou can specify a portion of an image to save as a separate image file. zMove to another setting item: dial zResize or move the cropping frame, straighten the image, or change the aspect ratio. zResizing the frame Reduce: button Enlarge: button zMove the frame: / / / buttons zStraighten the image: [] → dial
CroppingYou can specify a portion of an image to save as a separate image file. zChange the aspect ratio: [] → button zPreview the image: [] → button zSave as a new image: [ ] → button → [OK]
Resizing Images1Set display to playback2Browse your images3Access the setting screen4Resize(1)(2) z[] → choose an option → button → [OK]Save a smaller version of an image, with fewer pixels.
Applying Your Favorite Effects (Creative Assist)1Set display to playback2Choose a RAW image3Access the setting screen4Choose the setting item z[]Apply effects that you like to RAW images and save as new JPEGs.
Applying Your Favorite Effects (Creative Assist)5Set up the camera z/ buttons to choose an item z/ buttons to set6Save z button → [OK]Apply effects that you like to RAW images and save as new JPEGs.
Processing RAW Images1Access the menu screen z button → [] → button2Set up the camera z[2] → [RAW image processing] zChoose a selection method. zChoose an image → [ ] → buttonProcess images captured in RAW format on the camera. The original RAW image is retained, and a copy is saved as a JPEG.Available when the mode dial is set to /// / .
z[Use shot settings] → [OK]3Check z[Processed img.]Processing RAW ImagesProcess images captured in RAW format on the camera. The original RAW image is retained, and a copy is saved as a JPEG.Available when the mode dial is set to /// / .
Removing the Beginning/End of Movies1Set display to playback2Browse your movies zChoose a movie → button3Edit the movie zMovie playback panel → [ ]4Specify a portion to remove zCut beginning: [ ] zCut end: [ ]You can remove unneeded portions from the beginning and end of movies. Note that digest movies cannot be removed.
z/ buttons → decide the part to remove → button5Check z[ ]6Save z[ ] → choose an option zChoose an option.Removing the Beginning/End of MoviesYou can remove unneeded portions from the beginning and end of movies. Note that digest movies cannot be removed.
Reducing File Sizes1Set display to playback2Browse your movies zChoose a movie → button3Edit the movie zMovie playback panel → [ ] → [ ]4Save z[New file]Movie file sizes can be reduced by compressing movies.
z[Compress & sav.]Reducing File SizesMovie file sizes can be reduced by compressing movies.
Editing Digest Movies1Set display to playback2Browse your images zDigest movies are labeled with [].3Access the setting screenIndividual chapters (clips) recorded in mode can be erased, as needed. Be careful when erasing clips, because they cannot be recovered.
4Start and then pause playback z[] → button → button during playback5Select the clip to erase z[ ]/[ ]6Choose [ ] z[ ]7Erase z[OK]Editing Digest MoviesIndividual chapters (clips) recorded in mode can be erased, as needed. Be careful when erasing clips, because they cannot be recovered.
Available Wireless FeaturesConnecting to smartphonesControl the camera remotely and browse images on the camera over a Wi-Fi connection by using the dedicated Camera Connect app on smartphones or tablets.You can also geotag images and use other features when connected by Bluetooth®* and Wi-Fi. * Bluetooth low energy technology (hereafter referred to as “Bluetooth”)Connecting to computersControl the camera remotely from a computer connected via Wi-Fi by using EOS Utility, software used with EOS cameras. With Image Transfer Utility 2, images on the camera can also be sent to a computer automatically.Connecting to printersPrint images over a Wi-Fi connection from printers compatible with PictBridge (wireless LAN) technology.Connecting to Web servicesShare images with friends or family on social media or the CANON iMAGE GATEWAY online photo service for Canon customers after you complete member registration (free of charge).
Preparing to Use Wireless Features1Turn the camera on2Set up a Wi-Fi connection z button z[Wi-Fi] → [Enable] z button
z button → [OK]3Exit the Wi-Fi settings zPress the button to dismiss this screen.4Install Camera Connect zDownload and install Camera Connect from the App Store/Google Play.Preparing to Use Wireless Features
Connecting to Bluetooth Enabled Smartphones via Wi-Fi1Get ready zSee “Preparing to Use Wireless Features” (or when finished, go to the next step).2Pair with the smartphone z button → [ ] → [ 1] → [Wireless communication settings] z[Bluetooth function] → [Bluetooth function] again → [Smartphone] → button z[Pairing] → [Do not display]
zOn the smartphone, turn on Bluetooth and start Camera Connect. zTouch the nickname of the camera for pairing. zIn iOS, also touch [Pair].3Use the camera to complete pairing zOn the pairing confirmation screen, choose [OK]. zOn the pairing notification screen, press the button.4Connect via Wi-Fi and use Camera ConnectConnecting to Bluetooth Enabled Smartphones via Wi-Fi
In Android zChoose a function other than [Bluetooth remote controller]. zAfter the devices are connected via Wi-Fi, a screen for the selected function is