Canon PowerShot SX730 HS Owner's Manual

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Before Use
Basic Guide
Advanced Guide
Index
Camera Basics
Auto Mode / 
Hybrid Auto Mode
Other Shooting Modes
P Mode
Tv, Av, and M Mode
Playback Mode
Wireless Features
Setting Menu
Accessories
Appendix
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Summary of Contents of owner's manual for Canon PowerShot SX730 HS

  • Page 1: Camera User Guide Before Use Basic Guide Advanced Guide Camera Basics Auto Mode / Hybrid Auto Mode Camera User Guide Other Shooting...
  • Page 2 Before Use Compatible Memory Cards Before Use Basic Guide The following memory cards (sold separately) can be used, regardless...
  • Page 3 Before Use Preliminary Notes and Legal Conventions in This Guide Information Basic Guide ●● In this guide, icons are...
  • Page 4 Before Use Part Names Basic Guide (4) (5) (6) (7) (8) (9) (10) (11) Advanced Guide (1) (2) (3)...
  • Page 5 Table of Contents Advanced Guide Before Use Camera Basics................................................................. 25 Basic Guide On/Off...................................................................................... 25 Before Use Power-Saving Features (Auto...
  • Page 6 Easily Reacquiring Subjects after Manual Zooming Recording Movies with Subjects at the Same Size Shown Before Use (Framing Assist...
  • Page 7 Auto Shooting after Detecting New Person Changing the AF Frame Mode...................................................77 Before Use (Face Self-Timer)....................................................................66 Center.....................................................................................77 Face AiAF...............................................................................77 Basic...
  • Page 8 Viewing Short Movies Recorded in Creative Shot Mode Rotating Images.................................................................... 100 Before Use (Creative Shot Movies)...............................................................89 Using the Menu........................................................................100...
  • Page 9 Previous Access Points............................................................120 Using a Smartphone to View Camera Images and Control Before Use Saving Images to a Computer..................................................
  • Page 10 Display Language.....................................................................148 Adding Images to the Print List (DPOF)...................................161 Before Use Adjusting Other Settings...........................................................149 Configuring Print Settings.....................................................161 Restoring Default...
  • Page 11 Lens......................................................................................181 Before Use Shutter..................................................................................181 Aperture................................................................................181 Basic Guide Flash.....................................................................................181 Advanced Guide Monitor.................................................................................182 Shooting...............................................................................182 Camera Basics Recording.............................................................................182 Power...................................................................................183 Auto Mode /...
  • Page 12 Applying special effects Before Use Common Camera Operations Basic Guide Shoot Vivid Colors Poster Effect Smooth Skin Advanced Guide...
  • Page 13 View Save Before Use ●● View images (Playback Mode) ●● Save images to a computer Basic Guide -- = 87...
  • Page 14 ●● Observe the following instructions when using commercially available Before Use Safety Instructions batteries or provided battery packs. --...
  • Page 15●● Do not allow the product to maintain contact with the same area of skin for extended periods of time...
  • Page 16●● When putting the camera in your bag, ensure that hard objects do not Before Use come into contact with...
  • Page 17 Before Use Initial Preparations Basic Guide Basic Guide Prepare for shooting as follows. Advanced Guide Attaching the Strap Camera...
  • Page 18 Before Use Charging the Battery Pack ●● For details on charging time and the number of shots and recording...
  • Page 19 2 Insert the battery pack. Removing the Battery Pack and Memory Card Before Use ●● Holding the battery pack...
  • Page 20 2 Set the date and time. Changing the Date and Time Before Use ●● Press the [ ][ ]...
  • Page 21 Before Use Display Language Trying the Camera Out Basic Guide Change the display language as needed.  Still Images   Movies...
  • Page 224 Shoot. Recording Movies Before Use Shooting Still Images 1) Start recording. 1) Focus. Basic Guide ●● Press the movie...
  • Page 23Viewing 3 Play movies. Before Use ●● Press the [ ] button, choose [ ] (either press the [ ][...
  • Page 24 Erasing Images Before Use You can choose and erase unneeded images one by one. Be careful when erasing images,...
  • Page 25 Before Use On/Off Advanced Guide Basic Guide Shooting Mode Advanced Guide ●● Press the power button to turn the...
  • Page 26 Before Use Power-Saving Features (Auto Power Down) Shutter Button Basic Guide As a way to conserve battery power, the...
  • Page 27 Before Use Shooting Modes Shooting Display Options Basic Guide Use the mode dial to access each shooting mode. Press...
  • Page 28 Before Use Adjusting the Screen Angle Using the FUNC. Menu Basic Guide You can adjust the screen angle and...
  • Page 29 4 Confirm your choice and exit. Before Use ●● Press the [ ] button. Using the Menu Screen Basic...
  • Page 30 4 Choose an option. Before Use ●● Press the [ ][ ] buttons to choose an On-Screen Keyboard option....
  • Page 31Deleting Characters Before Use ●● Choose [ ] and press the [ ] button. Indicator Display Basic Guide The previous...
  • Page 32 Before Use Clock Basic Guide You can check the current time. ●● Press and hold the [ ] button....
  • Page 33 Before Use Shooting with Camera-Determined Settings Basic Guide Advanced Guide For fully automatic selection of the optimal settings for...
  • Page 34 3 Compose the shot. 2) Shoot. Before Use ●● To zoom in and enlarge the subject, move ●● Press...
  • Page 35 3) Finish recording. 3 Shoot. Before Use ●● Press the movie button again to stop ●● Follow step 4...
  • Page 36 Digest Movie Playback Before Use ●● You can change how long images are displayed after shots Display a still...
  • Page 37 ●● In [ ] mode, icons are only displayed for People, Shadows on Face, Before Use Scene Icons Other...
  • Page 38 Continuous Shooting Scenes Before Use Image Stabilization Icons If the icon for one of the following scenes (in table’s...
  • Page 39 Before Use On-Screen Frames Common, Convenient Features Basic Guide  Still Images   Movies In [ ] mode, a variety of...
  • Page 40 Before Use ●● To deactivate digital zoom, choose MENU (= 29) > [ ] tab > ●● If you prefer...
  • Page 41 2 Shoot. Adjusting the Constant Face Display Size Before Use ●● Auto zooming continues even after you ●● When...
  • Page 42 Before Use Easily Reacquiring Subjects with Auto Zooming ●● The camera does not zoom out automatically while [ ]...
  • Page 43 Before Use 2 Shoot. Using the Self-Timer ●● As you take shots, the camera adds the Basic Guide  Still...
  • Page 44 Using the Self-Timer to Avoid Camera Shake Before Use ●● For movies recorded using the self-timer, recording begins after...
  • Page 45 Before Use ●● During continuous shooting, the focus, exposure, and colors are locked at the position/level determined when you...
  • Page 46 ●● After [Register?] is displayed, press Before Use Registering Face ID Information the [ ][ ] buttons or turn...
  • Page 47 5 Continue registering face ●● People other than those registered may be mistakenly detected Before Use information. as the...
  • Page 48 2 Choose a person to check or edit Overwriting and Adding Face Information Before Use their information. You can...
  • Page 49 4 Register face information. Erasing Registered Information Before Use ●● Follow step 2 in “Registering Face ID You can...
  • Page 50 Before Use Image Customization Features Changing the Number of Recording Pixels (Image Size) Basic Guide  Still Images   Movies Advanced...
  • Page 51 Before Use Correcting Greenish Image Areas from Mercury Changing Movie Image Quality Lamps Basic Guide  Still Images   Movies  Still...
  • Page 52 Before Use Helpful Shooting Features Deactivating Auto Level Basic Guide  Still Images   Movies Auto leveling keeps movies straight. To...
  • Page 53 Before Use Changing the IS Mode Settings Recording Movies with Subjects at the Same Size Shown before Shooting Basic...
  • Page 54 Preventing the Red-Eye Reduction Lamp from Before Use Customizing Camera Operation Lighting Up Basic Guide Customize shooting functions on...
  • Page 55 Changing the Screen Displayed after Shots Before Use Changing the Image Display Style after Shots Change the way images...
  • Page 56 Before Use Applying Effects Automatically (Creative Shot) Basic Guide Advanced Guide  Still Images   Movies Camera Basics Other Shooting Modes...
  • Page 57 Before Use ●● Shooting will take some time when the flash fires, but hold the Recording Movies with a...
  • Page 58 Before Use Shooting Yourself under Optimal 4 Shoot. Settings (Self Portrait) ●● Hold the camera steady as you shoot....
  • Page 59 Before Use Moving Subjects (Sports) Specific Scenes Basic Guide  Still Images   Movies Choose a mode matching the shooting scene,...
  • Page 60 S  hooting under Low Light (Low Before Use Light) Applying Special Effects Basic Guide  Still Images   Movies Add...
  • Page 61 Before Use Shooting with a Skin Smoothing Effect (Smooth Shooting with a Fish-Eye Lens Effect (Fish-Eye Skin) Effect) Basic...
  • Page 62 Playback Speed and Estimated Playback Time (for Before Use Shots Resembling Miniature Models (Miniature One-Minute Clips) Effect) Basic Guide...
  • Page 63 Before Use Shooting with a Toy Camera Effect (Toy Camera Shooting with a Soft Focus Effect Effect) Basic Guide...
  • Page 64 Before Use Shooting in Monochrome Special Modes for Other Purposes Basic Guide  Still Images   Movies Shoot images in black...
  • Page 65 ●● Switch to another mode when you finish shooting, or the camera 3 Press the shutter button all the...
  • Page 66 Auto Shooting after Detecting New Person (Face Self- 4 Join the subjects in the shooting Before Use Timer) area...
  • Page 67 Shooting Movies with Smoother Motion Before Use Recording Various Movies Shoot movies with smoother motion, at nearly double the...
  • Page 68 Disabling Auto Slow Shutter Before Use  Still Images   Movies ●● [Dynamic IS] is not available when [IS Mode] is...
  • Page 69 Playback Effects Before Use Recording Movies in Short Clip Mode 2x Playback in fast motion Basic Guide  Still Images ...
  • Page 70 Before Use Shooting in Program AE ([P] Mode) Basic Guide  Still Images   Movies You can customize many function settings...
  • Page 71 2 Compose the shot and shoot. Before Use Image Brightness (Exposure) ●● After one shot, AE is unlocked and...
  • Page 72 Before Use Changing the ISO Speed Correcting Image Brightness (i-Contrast) Basic Guide  Still Images   Movies  Still Images   Movies Set...
  • Page 73 Custom White Balance Before Use Image Colors  Still Images   Movies Basic Guide For image colors that look natural under...
  • Page 74 Before Use Changing Image Color Tones (My Colors) ●● White balance (= 73) cannot be set in [ ] or...
  • Page 75 Before Use Shooting Range and Focusing Shooting in Manual Focus Mode Basic Guide  Still Images   Movies When focusing is...
  • Page 76 Easily Identifying the Focus Area (MF Peaking) Before Use ●● When you focus manually, the AF frame mode (= 77)...
  • Page 77 Center Before Use Digital Tele-Converter  Still Images   Movies Basic Guide  Still Images   Movies One AF frame is displayed in...
  • Page 78 ●● When the subject is detected, the camera Before Use ●● If faces are not detected, or when only...
  • Page 79 Shooting with Servo AF Before Use Changing the Focus Setting  Still Images   Movies Basic Guide This mode helps avoid...
  • Page 80 Before Use Shooting with the AF Lock Shooting Continuously as the Camera Keeps the Subject in Focus Basic Guide...
  • Page 81 Slow Synchro Before Use Flash Fires to illuminate the main subject (such as people) while shooting at a slower...
  • Page 82 Before Use Adjusting the Flash Exposure Compensation Shooting with the FE Lock Basic Guide  Still Images   Movies  Still Images ...
  • Page 83 Before Use Other Settings ●● If image stabilization cannot prevent camera shake, mount the camera on a tripod or...
  • Page 84 Before Use Specific Shutter Speeds ([Tv] Mode) Basic Guide  Still Images   Movies Set your preferred shutter speed before shooting...
  • Page 85 Before Use Specific Aperture Values ([Av] Mode) Specific Shutter Speeds and  Still Images   Movies Aperture Values ([M] Mode) Basic...
  • Page 86 Before Use ●● After you set the shutter speed and aperture value, the exposure Adjusting the Flash Output level...
  • Page 87 Before Use Viewing Basic Guide  Still Images   Movies After shooting images or movies, you can view them on the...
  • Page 88 ●● Movies are identified by a [ ] icon. Before Use Switching Display Modes To play movies, go to...
  • Page 89 Overexposure Warning (for Image Highlights) Before Use Viewing Short Movies Recorded in Creative Shot  Still Images   Movies Mode (Creative...
  • Page 90 Viewing by Date Before Use Viewing Short Movies Created When Shooting Digest movies can be viewed by date. Still...
  • Page 91 Before Use Browsing and Filtering Images Finding Images Matching Specified Conditions Basic Guide  Still Images   Movies Find desired images...
  • Page 92 ●● To show or hide information, press the [ ] button in step 2. 3 View images in the...
  • Page 93 3 Choose the editing option. Before Use Editing Face ID Information ●● Press the [ ][ ][ ][ ]...
  • Page 94 Before Use Image Viewing Options Viewing Slideshows Basic Guide  Still Images   Movies Automatically play back images from a memory...
  • Page 95 Changing Slideshow Settings Before Use Auto Playback of Related Images (Smart Shuffle) You can set up slideshows to repeat,...
  • Page 96 2 Choose a selection method. Before Use Protecting Images ●● Choose an option as desired (= 29). Basic Guide ●●...
  • Page 97Selecting a Range 4 Protect the images. Before Use ●● Press the [ ] button to choose [Protect], and then...
  • Page 98 Before Use Erasing Images Erasing Multiple Images at Once Basic Guide  Still Images   Movies You can choose multiple images...
  • Page 99Choosing Images Individually Selecting a Range Before Use 1 Choose [Select]. 1 Choose [Select Range]. Basic Guide ●● Following step...
  • Page 100 2 Rotate the image. Before Use Rotating Images ●● Press the [ ][ ] buttons or turn the [...
  • Page 101 Before Use Tagging Images as Favorites Using the Menu Basic Guide  Still Images   Movies You can organize images by...
  • Page 102 4 Save the new image. Before Use Editing Still Images ●● Press the [ ][ ] buttons or turn...
  • Page 103 2 Choose an image. ●● Images supported for cropping will have the same aspect ratio Before Use ●● Press...
  • Page 104 ●● Image quality of pictures you repeatedly edit this way will be 3 Choose an option. Before Use a...
  • Page 105 2 Choose an image. Before Use ●● Press the [ ][ ] buttons or turn the [ ] Editing...
  • Page 106 3 Review the edited movie. Reducing File Sizes Before Use ●● Press the [ ][ ] buttons to choose...
  • Page 107 Before Use Erasing Movie Chapters ●● Albums with background music (= 109) cannot be edited. ●● [ ] is not...
  • Page 108 1 Choose an image. Before Use Viewing Albums (Story Highlights) ●● Choose an image in single-image display. Basic Guide...
  • Page 109 ●● The screen at left is displayed when you Before Use ●● Albums can include following images captured by...
  • Page 110 ●● Press the [ ][ ] buttons or turn the [ ] Before Use ●● If you prefer not...
  • Page 111 3 Preview the movie. Before Use Combining Short Clips ●● Choose [Preview] and press the [ ] button. Basic...
  • Page 112 Before Use Available Wireless Features Basic Guide Advanced Guide Using Wi-Fi Features Camera Basics You can send and receive...
  • Page 113 Before Use Sending Images to a Smartphone Transferring Images to a Bluetooth Enabled Smartphone Basic Guide There are several...
  • Page 114 ●● Press the [ ] button when the screen at Before Use 3 Prepare for pairing. left is displayed....
  • Page 115 Connecting via NFC When Camera Is Off or in Before Use ●● Bluetooth connection status is indicated by one...
  • Page 1163 Adjust the privacy setting. ●● When using NFC, keep the following points in mind. Before Use ●● When this...
  • Page 117Connecting via NFC When Camera Is in Playback Before Use Mode Adding a Smartphone Using the Wi-Fi Menu Basic Guide...
  • Page 118 ●● The camera SSID and password are 9 Send an image. Before Use displayed. ●● Press the [ ][ ][...
  • Page 119 Before Use ●● All images in the camera can be viewed from the connected Using Another Access Point smartphone...
  • Page 120 5 Select the camera to connect to. Before Use ●● On the camera selection screen Saving Images to a...
  • Page 121 2 Follow the instructions displayed. Configuring the Computer for a Wi-Fi Connection Before Use ●● Double-click the downloaded file...
  • Page 122 Before Use Saving Images to a Connected Computer ●● For information on WPS compatibility and for instructions on checking...
  • Page 1233 Choose [ ]. ●● On the camera, press the [ ] button to Before Use ●● Press the [...
  • Page 12410 Display CameraWindow. ●● Once you have connected to devices via the Wi-Fi menu, recent Before Use ●● Windows: Access...
  • Page 125 3 Enter the access point password. Previous Access Points Before Use ●● Press the [ ] button to access...
  • Page 126 Registering CANON iMAGE GATEWAY Before Use Sending Images to a Registered Link the camera and CANON iMAGE GATEWAY by...
  • Page 1274 Establish a connection with an 7 Check for the notification message. Before Use access point. ●● Once information has...
  • Page 128 ●● Make sure initially that your computer or smartphone mail 3 Choose [ ]. Before Use application is not...
  • Page 129 3 Send an image. Before Use ●● Press the [ ][ ][ ][ ] buttons to choose Printing Images...
  • Page 1304 Connect the printer to the network. ●● Connections require that a memory card with saved images be in Before...
  • Page 131 4 Send an image. Before Use Sending Images to Another Camera ●● Press the [ ][ ][ ][ ]...
  • Page 132 Before Use ●● Connections require that a memory card be in the camera. ●● Once you have connected to...
  • Page 133 Selecting a Range ●● Press the [ ][ ] buttons or turn the [ ] Before Use dial to...
  • Page 134 Before Use Choosing the Number of Recording Pixels (Image Sending Images Automatically Size) (Image Sync) Basic Guide On the...
  • Page 135 2 Choose the type of images to send Sending Images Before Use (only when sending movies with images). Basic...
  • Page 136 Viewing Images Sent via Image Sync on a Before Use Smartphone Using a Smartphone to View Camera By installing...
  • Page 137 Before Use 3 Configure the setting. ●● To check the GPS information acquired from the smartphone, choose MENU (= 29)...
  • Page 138 Before Use Controlling the Camera Remotely from a ●● Movie shooting is not available. Smartphone ●● Focusing may take...
  • Page 139 4 Shoot and switch images. Before Use ●● Use the smartphone to shoot in Shooting Editing or Erasing Wi-Fi...
  • Page 140 Specifying Images Viewable from Smartphones Before Use Connection Configurable Items Web Specify whether all images on the camera’s memory...
  • Page 141 Before Use Changing the Camera Nickname Returning the Wi-Fi Settings to Default Basic Guide Change the camera nickname (displayed...
  • Page 142 Before Use Clearing Information of Devices Paired via Bluetooth Basic Guide Advanced Guide Before pairing with a different smartphone,...
  • Page 143 Before Use Adjusting Basic Camera Functions Basic Guide Basic camera functions are configured on the [ ] tab of...
  • Page 144 Before Use Hiding Hints and Tips World Clock Basic Guide Hints and tips are normally shown when you choose...
  • Page 145 Before Use Lens Retraction Timing Power-Saving Adjustment Basic Guide The lens is normally retracted for safety about one minute...
  • Page 146 Before Use ●● For maximum brightness, press and hold the [ ] button for at Formatting Memory Cards least...
  • Page 147 Before Use ●● The total card capacity indicated on the formatting screen may be File Numbering less than the...
  • Page 148 Before Use Date-Based Image Storage Checking Certification Logos Basic Guide Instead of saving images in folders created each month,...
  • Page 149 Before Use Adjusting Other Settings ●● The following functions are not restored to default settings. -- Information registered using...
  • Page 150 Before Use System Map Basic Guide Included Accessories Advanced Guide Battery Pack Battery Charger Camera Basics Accessories Wrist Strap...
  • Page 151 Use of genuine Canon accessories is recommended. Before Use Optional Accessories This product is designed to achieve excellent performance when...
  • Page 152 Compact Power Adapter Before Use CA-DC30/CA-DC30E Using Optional Accessories Basic Guide ●● Insert the included battery pack into the...
  • Page 153 ●● On the camera, open the terminal cover Before Use and insert the cable plug fully into the Inserting...
  • Page 154 3 Charge the battery pack. ●● For details on charging time and the number of shots and Before Use...
  • Page 155 Using a Computer to Charge the Battery Before Use You can also charge the battery pack by inserting the...
  • Page 156 ●● Connect the larger cable plug to the Before Use Computer Connections via a Cable computer. For details on...
  • Page 157 3 Save the images to the computer. Before Use ●● Click [Import Images from Camera], and Printing Images then...
  • Page 158 4 Turn the camera on. Configuring Print Settings Before Use ●● Press the [ ] button to turn the...
  • Page 159 Cropping Images before Printing Choosing Paper Size and Layout before Printing Before Use  Still Images   Movies  Still Images   Movies...
  • Page 160 Available Layout Options Before Use Printing Movie Scenes Default Matches current printer settings. Basic Guide  Still Images   Movies Bordered...
  • Page 161 Before Use Adding Images to the Print List (DPOF) ●● Not all of your DPOF settings may be applied...
  • Page 162 3 Specify the number of prints. Clearing All Images from the Print List Before Use ●● Press the [...
  • Page 163Adding Images to a Photobook 2 Choose an image. Before Use ●● Press the [ ][ ] buttons or turn...
  • Page 164 Before Use Troubleshooting Basic Guide If you think there is a problem with the camera, first check the following....
  • Page 165 Shooting No AF frames are displayed and the camera does not focus when the Before Use shutter button is...
  • Page 166Recording to the memory card takes too long, or continuous shooting is Playback stops, or audio skips. Before Use slower....
  • Page 167 Wi-Fi Cannot resize images for sending. Before Use ●● Images cannot be resized to be bigger than the recording pixel...
  • Page 168 Cannot magnify!/Cannot play back this content in Smart Shuffle/Cannot Before Use On-Screen Messages rotate/Cannot modify image/Cannot modify/Unselectable image./No identification...
  • Page 169File Error Sending failed Before Use ●● Correct printing (= 157) may not be possible for photos from other cameras or...
  • Page 170 (22) AF frame (= 77), Spot AE point (31) Hybrid Auto mode (= 35) Before Use On-Screen Information frame (= 71) (32)...
  • Page 171 (28) Compression (image quality) (29) Still images: Recording pixel Before Use Playback (Detailed Information Display) (= 83) / Recording pixel...
  • Page 172 Before Use Functions and Menu Tables Basic Guide Advanced Guide Functions Available in Each Shooting Mode Camera Basics Shooting...
  • Page 173 Before Use FUNC. Menu Basic Guide Shooting Mode Function Advanced Guide Light Metering (= 71) O O O O O...
  • Page 174 Shooting Mode Before Use Function Drive Mode (= 80) Basic Guide O O O O O O O O O...
  • Page 175 Before Use Shooting Tab Basic Guide Shooting Mode Function Advanced Guide AF Frame (= 77) Face AiAF*1 O O O...
  • Page 176 Shooting Mode Before Use Function AF-assist Beam (= 54) Basic Guide On O O O O O O O O...
  • Page 177 Shooting Mode Before Use Function Safety shift (= 85) Basic Guide On – O O – – – – –...
  • Page 178 Shooting Mode Before Use Function Auto level (= 52) Basic Guide Enable O O O O O O – O...
  • Page 179 Before Use Set Up Tab Playback Tab Basic Guide Item Reference Page Item Reference Page Mute = 143 Play Creative...
  • Page 180 Before Use Print Tab Handling Precautions Basic Guide Item Reference Page ●● The camera is a high-precision electronic device....
  • Page 181 Shutter Before Use Specifications Shutter Speed Basic Guide Auto Mode (automatic settings) Image Sensor Max. Tv..........................................1 sec. Advanced Guide...
  • Page 182 Monitor Recording Before Use Type.......................................................TFT color liquid crystal File Format.............................................DCF-compliant DPOF compatible Basic Guide (Version1.1) Screen size............................................3.0 type Data...
  • Page 183 Movie Interface Before Use Single Clip Recording time Recording file Wired Size Recording Time per a memory card Basic...
  • Page 184 Weight (CIPA compliant) Battery Pack NB-13L Before Use Type: Rechargeable lithium-ion battery Including Battery Pack, Basic Guide Nominal Voltage:...
  • Page 185 Fireworks (shooting mode) 60 Playback → Viewing Before Use Index Fish-eye effect (shooting mode) 61 Protecting 96 Flash Image stabilization...
  • Page 186Power 151 → Battery charger, Shooting TV display 152 Before Use → Battery pack Shooting date/time → Date/time Power saving 26 Shooting information...
  • Page 187 Precautions for Wireless Features (Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, ●● Be sure to use the product as directed in this guide. Before...
  • Page 188If security settings have not been properly set, the following problems may Third-Party Software Before Use occur. ●● expat.h ●●...
  • Page 189 Personal Information and Security Precautions ●● This product is licensed under AT&T patents for the MPEG-4 standard Before Use...
  • Page 190: Getting Started Canon HwerShot SX730 HS Getting Started Guia de inicio Guide de mise en route • Download the electronic manual...
  • Page 191 English • Make sure you read this guide, including the "Safety Instructions" (QJ5) section, before using the camera. •...
  • Page 192 Pac kag e Co nte nts Before use, make sure the following items are included in the package. If...
  • Page 193 Elect ronic Manu al and Softw are You can download the electronic manual and software from the following URL....
  • Page 194 Tabl e of Cont ents Package Contents ......................... 2 Applying Special Effects .............. 53 tlectroni c Manua l and...
  • Page 195 Safety lnstru_c tions Be sure to read these instructions in order to operate the product safely. • Follow these...
  • Page 196 Safety Instructions Observe the following instructions when using commercially available batteries or provided battery packs. -Use batteries/battery packs only...
  • Page 197 Safety Instructions I • Do not allow the product to maintain contact with the same area of skin for...
  • Page 198 Safety Instructions Caution Denotes the possibility of property damage. ----~~----~- Do not aim the camera at intense light sources, such...
  • Page 199 Conve ntions in This Guide In this guide, icons are used to represent the corresponding camera buttons and dials...
  • Page 200 Part Nam es (1) Microph one (7) Shutter button (2) Lamp (8) Power button (3) Lens (9) Flash (4)...
  • Page 201 Part Names I ( 1) (3) (4) (6)--@ e--(11 ) (7) 1i ~' (12) ~-=--~ (8) ~~ ~~~~ (13)...
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  • Page 203Ba sic Gu ide Basic information and instructions, from initial preparations to shooting and playback I 13
  • Page 204 ' . Initial Prepa ration s ". - - ing the St-rap Attach ____________ ...______, I ..: Thread the...
  • Page 205 Initial Preparations Inserting the Battery Pack and Your Memory Card 1 Open the cover. Slide the switch (1) and...
  • Page 206Initial Preparations 4 Close the cover. Lower the cover ( 1) and hold it down as you slide the switch,...
  • Page 207 Initial Preparations I 3 Specify your home time zone. Press the [~ ][ ~] buttons to choose your home...
  • Page 208 Initial Preparations 2 Access the setting screen. Press and hold the [@] button, and then immediately press the lMENUJ button....
  • Page 209 Trying the Camera Out For fully automatic selection of the optimal settings for specific scenes, simply let the camera...
  • Page 210 Trying the Camera Out ~ Vievving ------------------------------------~ 1 Enter Playback mode. Press the [[E)] button. 2 ~~' Choose images. ,,~...
  • Page 211Au to Mo de I Hy bri d Au to Mo de Convenient mode for easy shots with greater control...
  • Page 212 . . . Shoot ing with Came ra-Det ermin ed .;.- Se~tings ; ··:j For fully automatic selection of...
  • Page 213 Shooting with Camera-Determined Settings I 4 Shoot. Shootin g Still Images (j)Focus . Press the shutter button halfway. The...
  • Page 214Shooting with Camera-Determined Settings Record ing Movies G)Start recording. Press the movie button. The camera beeps once as recording begins,...
  • Page 215 Shooting with Camera-Determined Settings I ~ Shooting in Hybrid Auto Mode - . You can make a short movie...
  • Page 216 Shooting with Camera-Determined Settings Digest movie quality is {l['jii)imJ and cannot be changed . Sounds are not played when you...
  • Page 217 Shooting with Camera-Determined Settings • To reduce red-eye and to assist in focusing, the lamp may be lit when...
  • Page 218 Shooting with Camera-De termined Settings ~~~-~--------.J:;;;;L= Still = I ~ =!:.:;;=~= ===~ =Movies ~, Sc_ene lc::ons J In ~'Ill] and...
  • Page 219 Shooting with Camera-Determined Settings • The background color of~. M. ll!J], 0 . and MJ is dark blue, and...
  • Page 220 Shooting with Camera-Determined Settings CD In some scenes, expected images may not be saved, and images may not look as...
  • Page 221 Shooting with Camera-Determined Settings I StiUf~ ~ On-S~reen Fram es. _ _ _ _ _ In rAUT01 mode, a...
  • Page 222>::""'"?~ .•• ~ ...f·~ .. '~·~>(;-;~~ '~f'!'-..~c .·f'w~f't...,, ~ ~,-v._·~ ... , ';-s .. ~'i);,'•, ~7s-.:"'' ... _ *' ....
  • Page 223 Common, Convenient Features Easi ly Reac quiri ng Subj ects after Manu al · Zoom ing (Fram ing Assi...
  • Page 224Common, Convenient Features , If you prefer to shoot at the zoom factor of the screen in step 1 ,...
  • Page 225 Common , Convenie nt Features I 2 Shoot. Auto zooming continues even after you shoot, and the frames are...
  • Page 226Common , Convenient Features Adjust ing the Consta nt Face Displa y Size When :o:Auto is on, press the [~...
  • Page 227 Common. Convenient Features I Still I~ Easily Reacq uiring Subje cts with Auto Zoom ing (Seek Assis t) '~------...
  • Page 228Common , Convenient Features The cam era does n o t zoom out a uto matically while (: J is...
  • Page 229 Common , Convenie nt Features I The camera can add the shooting date to images, in the lower-right corner....
  • Page 230 Common , Convenient Features Using the Self-T imer With the self-timer, you can include yourself in group photos or other...
  • Page 231 Common, Convenient Features Stilllmages Movies Using the Self-Timer to Avoid Camera Shake This option delays shutter release until about...
  • Page 232 Common , Convenient Features CD f=or movies recorded using the self-time r, recordin g begin s a fte r your...
  • Page 233 Commo n, Convenient Features I Q) During continuous shooting, the focus, exposure, and colors are locked at the position/level...
  • Page 234 Common, Convenient Features S~ ---------------------==== llmeges til_ Cha ngin g t-h e-As pect ~atio ~ Change the image aspec t...
  • Page 235 Common, Convenient Features I Chang ing the Numbe r of Record ing Pixels (Image Size) Choose the image's number...
  • Page 236 Common, Convenient Features - Chang ing Movie Image Quali ty -- - - - Three image quality settings are available....
  • Page 237 Featu res Avai lable in Auto Mode I Hybr id Auto Mode The following features are available in lAUTOl...
  • Page 238 Features Available in Auto Mode I Hybrid Auto Mode Function Description Automatically correct red-eye in flash photography, or Flash settings...
  • Page 239Other Shoo ting Mode s Shoot more effectively in various scenes, and take shots enhanced with unique image effects or...
  • Page 240 Other Shootin g Modes Turn the mode dial to choose from a variety of shooting modes. OJJ Applying Effects...
  • Page 241 Speci fic Scene s After turning the mode dial to [SCNL press the[@] button and choose a shooting mode...
  • Page 242 Specific Scenes • ~~~ Shooting under Low Light (Low Light) Shoot with minimal camera and subject shake even in low-light...
  • Page 243 Applyin g Special Effects • After turning the mode dial to [5( NL press the [@] button and choose...
  • Page 244 Applying Special Effects StiDfmages '-c- • lm Shooting with a Toy Camera Effect (Toy Camera Effect) • This effect makes...
  • Page 245 Applying Special Effects • ca Shooting in Vivid Colors (Super Vivid) Shots in rich, vivid colors. • • Posterized...
  • Page 246 Movies After turning the mode dial to~~ . press the [@] button and choose a shooting mode in the...
  • Page 247 Advanc ed Shootin g Modes These modes are also available on the mode dial. Stin Image§ Movies P Shooting...
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  • Page 249Pla yba ck Mo de Review your shots, and browse shots in many ways I 59
  • Page 250~~";'l(.., ·; · ":'#":<::<;:~~~\:~1~:''" '"'.-;~ ':1~»->(,.-"~.-. '-; U'"<~J'•"t"'"'"'<'-'•v:.,x~ .~,v~ :u~P '"· )-;,-.\""':':/'.~~~~-;;-.:,,'"":..:'•N~iJ:.,,,~~~if-"~~,:- :--~X":"'~_,_,.., ,•;' "{ •'" ~~· ' "> "...
  • Page 251 Feature s Availab le in Playbac k Mode The following features are available in Playback mode. • FUNC. Press...
  • Page 252 Features Available in Playback Mode . MENU Press the lMENUl button to configure these settings. Function Description --------------~--·---- Play Creative...
  • Page 253 Features Available in Playback Mode I Function Description Deactivate auto image rotation based on the camera Auto Rotate orientation....
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  • Page 255Wir eles s Fea ture s I Send images wirelessly from the camera to a variety of compatible devices, and...
  • Page 256 Availa ble Wirele ss Featu res ,_, Using Wi-Fi Featur es You can send and receive images and control...
  • Page 257 Available Wireless Features r U~ing Blueto oth® Featur es_ - - - You can easily pair the camera with...
  • Page 258 ' 'es t:a···a··~s·n.c~·rtphone ,.· . :>.: ..\·. sending-ln1a"9 \,'A{'':f:"' ' - ,... ~~ • ..., ' ' ;0 ~0...
  • Page 259 Sending Images to a Smartphone I 3 Prepare for pairing. Choose [Biuetooth settings], press the [.&.]["Y] buttons or turn...
  • Page 260Sending Images to a Smartphone 5 Select the camera to connect to. Choose the camera nickname. Complete the pairing process...
  • Page 261 ... Sending Images to a Smartphone I CD Battery life may be shorter when you use the camera after...
  • Page 262I Sending Images to a Smartphone Transf erring Images to an NFC-C ompati ble Smartp hone -- .. Use an...
  • Page 263 Sending Images to a Smartphone 2 Establish the connection. Make sure the camera is off or in Shooting mode....
  • Page 264Sending Images to a Smartphone 4 Send an image. Press the [..&.][...,.][~ ][ ~] buttons to choose [Send this image],...
  • Page 265 Saving Image s to a Comp uter Connect the camera and a computer via Wi-Fi using an existing access...
  • Page 266 Saving Images to a Computer ~ ~ving_lmages to a Conne cte.!!_ Comp uter ~ Connect the camera and a compute...
  • Page 267 Saving Images to a Computer 5 Choose [Connect with WPS]. • Press the [A.]['Y] buttons or turn the [.]...
  • Page 268Saving Images to a Computer 9 Instal l a drive r (first Wind ows connection only). When the screen at...
  • Page 269 Saving Images to a Computer 11 Import images. Click [Import Images from Camera], and then click [Import Untransferred Images]....
  • Page 270Use a smartphone or computer to add to the camera Web services that you want to use. :;t' Regis tering...
  • Page 271 Uploading Images to Web Services 4 Establish a connection with an access point. Connect to the access point as...
  • Page 272Uploading Images to Web Serv1ces 7 Check for the notification message. Once information has been sent to CANON iMAGE GATEWAY,...
  • Page 273 Uploadi ng Images to Web Service s I CD Make sure initially that your computer or smartphone mail application...
  • Page 274 Uploading Images to Web Services Uplo adin g Imag e!! to Web Serv_i_c_e_s_ _ _ _ ___. ___ Connect to...
  • Page 275 Use of genuin e Canon accessories is recommended. This product is designed to achieve excellent performance when used with...
  • Page 276• Be sure to make notes of the Wi-Fr settings you use. The wireless settings saved to this product may...
  • Page 277~ Radi o Wave Inter feren ce Prec autio ns This product may receive interference from other devices that emit...
  • Page 278To prevent these types of problems from occurring, be sure to thoroughly secure your Wi-Fi network. Only use this camera's...
  • Page 279 FCC/IC Notice Model: PC2329 (including Wireless Module Models ES200, FCC ID:AZD2 30 I IC:498J-230 and Model WM500 , FCC ID:AZD500...
  • Page 280FCC Notice (Digital Camera, Model PC2329 systems) This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject...
  • Page 281 Pers onal Infor mati on and Secu rity Prec autio ns If personal information and/or Wi-Fi security settings, such...
  • Page 282 This product is licensed under AT&T patents for the MPEG-4 standard and may be used for encoding MPEG-4 compliant...
  • Page 283 Inde x A M Aspect ratio.......................................... 44 Memory card .......................................... 2 AUTO mode {shooting mode) ........ 19, 22 Menu.........................................
  • Page 284I Index v Viewing ........................ ........................ 20 Index display ................................. 60 w Widescreen (recording pixel setting) ... 45 Wi-Fi functions...
  • Page 285Canon Customer Support Canon U.S.A., Inc. Canon Canada Inc. Canon Customer Care Center Phone (Canada): 1-800-0K-CANON Phone (US): 1-800-0K-CANON (1-800-652-2666)...
  • Page 286 Canon CANON iMAGE GATEWAY Visitez le site CANON iMAGE GATEWAY pour commencer: canon.com/ cig En vous inscrivant avec CANON...
  • Page 287 @IFi] CERTIFIED Wireless Help I~ ----- 0 - .. ~ • ..: , .. ) ) ./_ _ _...
  • Page 288: WarrantyCan .n.n U CANON PowerShot D1g1tal Camera'" L1m1ted Warranty- For U S.A & Canada Only The limited wananty set fonh...
  • Page 289CanOn Garant1e hm1tee des appare11s photo numenques PowerShot D1g1tal Camera'" de CANON'- Pour les Etats-Ums et le Canada seulement La...