Canon PowerShot G7 X Mark II Owner's Manual

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  • Page 1: Camera User Guide Before Use Basic Guide Advanced Guide Camera Basics Auto Mode / Hybrid Auto Mode Other Shooting Modes P Mode...
  • Page 2 Compatible Memory Cards Before Use Before Use The following memory cards (sold separately) can be used, regardless of capacity....
  • Page 3Preliminary Notes and Legal Information Conventions in This Guide Before Use ●● Take and review some test shots initially to...
  • Page 4Part Names Before Use Basic Guide (5) (6) (7) (8) (9) (10) (11)(2) (12) (13) (1) (2) (3) (4) (5)...
  • Page 5Table of Contents Advanced Guide Before Use Camera Basics................................................................. 26 Basic Guide On/Off...................................................................................... 26 Before Use Power-Saving Features (Auto Power...
  • Page 6Common, Convenient Features.............................................. 41 Preventing the AF-Assist Beam from Firing................................53 Before Use Zooming In Closer on Subjects (Digital Zoom)...........................41 Preventing...
  • Page 7 Adjusting Colors.....................................................................70 Custom White Balance...........................................................83 Before Use Adjusting the Focus................................................................71 Manually Correcting White Balance.......................................83 Recording Various Movies....................................................... 72 Configuring...
  • Page 8 Changing Image Quality.............................................................97 Overexposure Warning (for Image Highlights)..................... 112 Before Use Capturing in RAW Format......................................................98 Histogram............................................................................. 113 Using the...
  • Page 9 Specifying All Images at Once..............................................125 Sending Images to a Smartphone......................................... 142 Before Use Rotating Images.................................................................... 125 Sending Images to...
  • Page 10 Adding Comments....................................................................161 World Clock..............................................................................172 Before Use Sending Images Automatically (Image Sync)........................ 162 Date and Time..........................................................................172 Initial Preparations....................................................................162 Lens Retraction...
  • Page 11 Installing the Software..........................................................182 Functions and Menu Tables.................................................. 200 Before Use Saving Images to a Computer..................................................182 Functions Available in Each...
  • Page 12 Applying special effects Common Camera Operations Before Use Basic Guide Shoot Fish-Eye Effect Miniature Effect Toy Camera Effect (= 60)...
  • Page 13 View Save Before Use ●● View images (Playback Mode) ●● Save images to a computer Basic Guide -- = 110...
  • Page 14 ●● Avoid contact with liquid, and do not allow liquid or foreign objects Safety Precautions inside. Before Use This...
  • Page 15 ●● Turn the camera off in places where camera use is prohibited. ●● When using optional lenses, lens filters, or...
  • Page 16●● Do not leave any dedicated battery packs near pets. Before Use Pets biting the battery pack could cause leakage,...
  • Page 17 Touch-Screen Operations Before Use The camera’s touch-screen panel enables intuitive operation simply by Basic Guide touching or tapping the...
  • Page 18Initial Preparations Charging the Battery Pack Before Use Prepare for shooting as follows. Before use, charge the battery pack with...
  • Page 19 ●● For details on charging time and the number of shots and 2 Insert the battery pack. Before Use...
  • Page 20 ●● For guidelines on how many shots or hours of recording can be Setting the Date and Time Before...
  • Page 21 Changing the Date and Time Before Use ●● Unless you set the date, time, and home time zone, the...
  • Page 22Display Language Trying the Camera Out Before Use Change the display language as needed.  Still Images   Movies Basic Guide 1...
  • Page 234 Shoot. Recording Movies Before Use Shooting Still Images 1) Start recording. 1) Focus. zzPress the movie button. The camera...
  • Page 24Viewing 3 Play movies. Before Use zzPress the [ ] button, press the [ ][ ] After shooting images or...
  • Page 25Erasing Images Before Use You can choose and erase unneeded images one by one. Erased images cannot be recovered. Be...
  • Page 26 On/Off Before Use Shooting Mode Basic Guide zzPress the power button to turn the camera on and prepare for...
  • Page 27 Power-Saving Features (Auto Power Down) Shutter Button Before Use As a way to conserve battery power, the camera automatically deactivates...
  • Page 28Shooting Modes Adjusting the Screen (Monitor) Angle and Before Use Orientation Use the mode dial to access each shooting mode....
  • Page 29Shooting Display Options Using the Quick Set Menu Before Use Press the [ ] button to show or hide the...
  • Page 30 4 Confirm your choice and exit. Using the Menu Screen Before Use zzPress the [ ] button. zzThe screen...
  • Page 31 4 Choose an option. Touch-Screen Operations Before Use zzWhen options are listed vertically, press the [ ][ ] buttons...
  • Page 32 Deleting Characters On-Screen Keyboard Before Use zzTo delete the previous character, either Use the on-screen keyboard to enter information...
  • Page 33Indicator Display Clock Before Use The indicator on the back of the camera (= 4) lights up or blinks You can...
  • Page 34 Shooting with Camera-Determined Before Use Settings Basic Guide For fully automatic selection of the optimal settings for specific scenes,...
  • Page 35 3 Compose the shot. 2) Shoot. Before Use zzTo zoom in and enlarge the subject, move zzPress the shutter...
  • Page 362) Resize the subject and recompose Shooting in Hybrid Auto Mode Before Use the shot as needed. zzTo resize the...
  • Page 37 Still Images/Movies Before Use ●● Battery life is shorter in this mode than in [ ] mode, because digest...
  • Page 38Movies Scene Icons Before Use  Still Images   Movies Basic Guide ●● Before movie recording, lower the flash with your finger....
  • Page 39●● For self-timer shots, icons are not displayed for the following subjects: Continuous Shooting Scenes Before Use moving, smiling, or...
  • Page 40 Image Stabilization Icons On-Screen Frames Before Use  Still Images   Movies  Still Images   Movies Basic Guide Optimal image stabilization for the...
  • Page 41Common, Convenient Features ●● To deactivate digital zoom, choose MENU (= 30) ► [ 3] tab Before Use ► [Digital Zoom]...
  • Page 42Resizing the Subject with the Control Ring Using the Self-Timer Before Use  Still Images   Movies  Still Images   Movies Basic Guide...
  • Page 43Using the Self-Timer to Avoid Camera Shake Before Use ●● For movies recorded using the self-timer, recording begins after  Still...
  • Page 44Shooting by Touching the Screen (Touch Continuous Shooting Before Use Shutter)  Still Images   Movies Basic Guide  Still Images   Movies In...
  • Page 45Using Face ID Registering Face ID Information Before Use If you register a person ahead of time, the camera will...
  • Page 46 zzAfter [Register?] is displayed, press the 5 Continue registering face Before Use [ ][ ] buttons or turn the [...
  • Page 47●● People other than those registered may be mistakenly detected Checking and Editing Registered Information Before Use as the registered...
  • Page 48 ●● Even if you change names in [Edit Profile], the names recorded in 3 Choose the face info to...
  • Page 49Erasing Registered Information Image Customization Features Before Use You can erase information (face info, names, and birthdays) registered to Face...
  • Page 50Changing Image Quality Changing Movie Image Quality Before Use  Still Images   Movies  Still Images   Movies Basic Guide Choose from 4...
  • Page 51For PAL Video Helpful Shooting Features Before Use Image Number of Basic Guide Frame Rate Details Quality Recording Pixels Using...
  • Page 52Deactivating Auto Level Changing the IS Mode Settings Before Use  Still Images   Movies Basic Guide Normally, auto leveling keeps movies...
  • Page 53Recording Movies with Subjects at the Same Customizing Camera Operation Before Use Size Shown before Shooting Customize shooting functions on...
  • Page 54Preventing the Red-Eye Reduction Lamp from Changing the Image Display Style after Shots Before Use Lighting Up  Still Images   Movies...
  • Page 55 Specific Scenes Before Use Choose a mode matching the shooting scene, and the camera will Basic Guide automatically configure...
  • Page 56 Shooting Portraits (Portrait) Before Use ●● Subjects appear larger in [ ] mode compared to other modes.  Still Images ...
  • Page 57 Using Functions for Underwater Shots ●● In [ ] mode, optical zoom is set to maximum wide angle. Before Use...
  • Page 58●● B represents blue, and A represents amber. Applying Special Effects Before Use ●● White balance can also be manually...
  • Page 59Item Details Shooting Images with the Background Blurred Before Use Choose from [ ] or one of six levels of...
  • Page 60Shooting High-Contrast Scenes Adding Artistic Effects Before Use (High Dynamic Range) zzFollow steps 1 – 2 in “Specific Scenes” Basic...
  • Page 61 ●● Try taking some test shots first, to make sure you obtain the Shots Resembling Watercolors Before Use desired...
  • Page 62Shots Resembling Miniature Models Playback Speed and Estimated Playback Time Before Use (Miniature Effect) (for One-Minute Clips) Basic Guide  Still...
  • Page 63Shooting with a Toy Camera Effect Making Subjects Stand Out Before Use (Toy Camera Effect) (Background Defocus) Basic Guide  Still...
  • Page 64Shooting with a Soft Focus Effect Shooting in Monochrome (Grainy B/W) Before Use  Still Images   Movies  Still Images   Movies Basic...
  • Page 65 Special Modes for Other Purposes 4 Shoot. Before Use zzPress the shutter button. The flash fires as the camera takes...
  • Page 66 Shooting Night Scenes under Starry Skies (Star Nightscape) Before Use ●● For easier viewing, try choosing MENU ► [...
  • Page 67 ●● For easier viewing, try choosing MENU ► [ 2] tab ► [Night 3 Secure the camera. Before Use...
  • Page 68Shooting Movies of Star Movement (Star Time-Lapse Movie) 4 Check the brightness. Before Use zzPress the shutter button all the...
  • Page 69 Estimated playback time based on shooting interval and frame rate (for a Before Use Item Options Details one-hour session)...
  • Page 70 Adjusting Colors Before Use ●● Sound is not recorded. ●● For easier viewing, try choosing MENU ► [ 2]...
  • Page 71Adjusting the Focus Before Use ●● The focus may not be adjusted under the following conditions. In  Still Images   Movies...
  • Page 72Recording Various Movies Locking or Changing Image Brightness before recording Before Use  Still Images   Movies Basic Guide You can lock...
  • Page 73Disabling Auto Slow Shutter Correcting Severe Camera Shake Before Use  Still Images   Movies  Still Images   Movies Basic Guide Auto slow...
  • Page 74Using the Attenuator Playback Effects Before Use The attenuator can reduce audio distortion in noisy environments. 2x Playback in fast...
  • Page 752 Configure movie settings. Item Details Before Use zzPress the [ ] button. Shooting scene Choose from three types of...
  • Page 76Recording iFrame Movies Before Use  Still Images   Movies Basic Guide Record movies that can be edited with iFrame-compatible software or...
  • Page 77 Shooting in Program AE ([P] Mode) Before Use  Still Images   Movies Basic Guide You can customize many function settings...
  • Page 78 Image Brightness (Exposure) Locking Image Brightness / Exposure (AE Before Use Lock) Basic Guide  Still Images   Movies Adjusting Image Brightness (Exposure...
  • Page 79Changing the Metering Method Linking the Spot AE Point Frame to the AF Frame Before Use  Still Images   Movies  Still...
  • Page 80Changing the ISO Speed Adjusting ISO Auto Settings Before Use  Still Images   Movies  Still Images   Movies Basic Guide Set the...
  • Page 81Auto Exposure Bracketing (AEB Shooting) Adjusting Auto ND Filter Settings Before Use  Still Images   Movies For optimal brightness in the...
  • Page 82 ●● This feature may increase noise under some shooting conditions. Image Colors Before Use ●● When the effect of...
  • Page 83Custom White Balance Before Use ●● Shots in step 1 that are too bright or dark may prevent you from...
  • Page 84 2 Configure advanced settings. Configuring White Balance Color Temperature Before Use zzTo configure more advanced settings,  Still Images   Movies...
  • Page 85 Automatically adjusts colors to suit the shooting Customizing Picture Styles Before Use conditions. Makes pictures of blue skies, Auto...
  • Page 86 Emphasizes white clouds and green Before Use trees in monochrome images. ●● If you set higher [Contrast], [Filter effect]...
  • Page 87Shooting Range and Focusing Shooting in Manual Focus Mode Before Use  Still Images   Movies Basic Guide Shooting Close-Ups (Macro) When...
  • Page 88 Easily Identifying the Focus Area (MF Peaking) Before Use ●● When you focus manually, the AF method (= 89) is...
  • Page 89 2 Configure the setting. Digital Tele-Converter Before Use zzPress the [ ] button, and then adjust the setting by...
  • Page 901-point AF Moving and Resizing AF Frames (1-point AF) Before Use  Still Images   Movies  Still Images   Movies Basic Guide The...
  • Page 91+Tracking Shooting with Servo AF Before Use  Still Images   Movies  Still Images   Movies Basic Guide ●● Detects people’s faces, and...
  • Page 92Changing the Focus Setting Fine-Tuning the Focus Before Use  Still Images   Movies  Still Images   Movies Basic Guide You can change...
  • Page 93Choosing a Person to Focus On (Face Select) 5 Shoot. Before Use zzPress the shutter button halfway. After the  Still...
  • Page 94 3 Shoot. Shooting with the AF Lock Before Use zzPress the shutter button halfway. After the camera focuses, [...
  • Page 95Flash Auto Before Use Fires automatically in low-light conditions. Basic Guide Changing the Flash Mode On Advanced Guide  Still Images ...
  • Page 96Adjusting the Flash Exposure Compensation Shooting with the FE Lock Before Use  Still Images   Movies  Still Images   Movies Basic Guide...
  • Page 97Changing the Flash Timing Other Settings Before Use  Still Images   Movies Basic Guide Change the timing of the flash and...
  • Page 98Capturing in RAW Format Before Use ●● For details on the relationship between the number of recording The camera can...
  • Page 99Changing the IS Mode Settings Before Use  Still Images   Movies Basic Guide You can keep image stabilization off until the...
  • Page 100 Specific Shutter Speeds ([Tv] Mode) Before Use  Still Images   Movies Basic Guide Set your preferred shutter speed before shooting...
  • Page 101Specific Aperture Values ([Av] Mode) Specific Shutter Speeds and Aperture Before Use  Still Images   Movies Values ([M] Mode) Basic Guide...
  • Page 102Shutter Speed (Sec.) Available ISO Speed (= 80) Shooting Long Exposures (Bulb) Before Use [BULB], 30 – 1.3 [AUTO], [125] –...
  • Page 103Adjusting the Flash Output Recording Movies at Specific Shutter Before Use  Still Images   Movies Speeds and Aperture Values Basic Guide...
  • Page 104●● With the ISO speed in [AUTO] mode, you can also adjust the Customization for Shooting Styles Before Use exposure...
  • Page 105Functions Assignable to the Control Ring Assigning Functions to the Control Ring Before Use Functions you can assign to the...
  • Page 106Customizing Display Information Customizing the Information Displayed Before Use Customize what screen is displayed when you press the [ ]...
  • Page 107 3 Use the assigned function as Customizing the Quick Set Menu Before Use needed. zzTo activate an assigned function,...
  • Page 108 ●● You can also choose an icon by touching it on the screen in Saving Shooting Settings Before Use...
  • Page 109 ●● To edit saved settings (except their shooting mode), choose [ ], 3 Rearrange menu items, as needed. Before...
  • Page 110 Viewing Before Use  Still Images   Movies Basic Guide After shooting images or movies, you can view them on the...
  • Page 111 3 Play movies. Touch-Screen Operations Before Use zzTo start playback, press the [ ] button to zzTo view the...
  • Page 112Switching Display Modes Customizing the Shooting Information Displayed Before Use  Still Images   Movies Customize the information shown on each screen....
  • Page 113Histogram Before Use ●● [---] is shown instead of numerical values for items not available  Still Images   Movies on your...
  • Page 114 Viewing Short Movies Created When Shooting Checking People Detected in Face ID Before Use Still Images (Digest Movies)  Still Images ...
  • Page 115Browsing and Filtering Images Touch-Screen Operations Before Use zzPinch in to switch from single-image Basic Guide display to index display....
  • Page 116 1 Choose the first condition. ●● To hide or view other information, press the [ ] button in step...
  • Page 117Using the Control Ring to Jump between Touch-Screen Operations Before Use Images zzYou can also jump to the previous or...
  • Page 118●● During group playback (step 3), you can browse through images Editing Face ID Information Before Use quickly “Navigating through...
  • Page 119 4 Choose the name of the person to Image Viewing Options Before Use overwrite with. zzFollow step 2 in...
  • Page 120Touch-Screen Operations Before Use ●● To pause or resume slideshows, press the [ ] button. ●● You can switch to...
  • Page 121Protecting Images Choosing Images Individually Before Use  Still Images   Movies Protect important images to prevent accidental erasure (= 123). 1 Choose...
  • Page 122Selecting a Range 4 Protect the images. Before Use zzPress the [ ] button to choose [Protect], and then press...
  • Page 123Clearing All Protection at Once Erasing Images Before Use You can clear protection from all images at once. To clear...
  • Page 124 Erasing Multiple Images at Once Choosing Images Individually Before Use You can choose multiple images to erase at once. Be...
  • Page 125Selecting a Range Rotating Images Before Use 1 Choose [Select Range].  Still Images   Movies Basic Guide zzFollowing the procedure in...
  • Page 126 2 Rotate the image. Tagging Images as Favorites Before Use zzPress the [ ][ ] buttons or turn the...
  • Page 127 3 Complete the setting. Convenient Control: Touch Actions Before Use zzPress the [ ] button. A confirmation message is...
  • Page 128 2 Assign a function to a Touch Action. Editing Still Images Before Use zzPress the [ ][ ] buttons...
  • Page 129 3 Review the new image. 4 Save as a new image and review. Before Use zzPress the [ ][...
  • Page 130 3 Preview the cropped image. Applying Filter Effects Before Use zzTurn the [ ] dial to choose [ ]....
  • Page 131 ●● [ ]: To switch the orientation of the frame to vertical, press 3 Correct the image. Before Use...
  • Page 132Processing RAW Images on the Camera 5 Save the settings. Before Use zzIf you chose [ ], press the [...
  • Page 133 Using the Menu 3 Process the images. Before Use zzFollow steps 2 – 5 in “Processing RAW Images on the...
  • Page 134Editing Movies 3 Review the edited movie. Before Use zzPress the [ ][ ] buttons to choose  Still Images   Movies...
  • Page 135 Reducing File Sizes Editing Short Movies Before Use Movie file sizes can be reduced by compressing movies as follows.  Still...
  • Page 136 Viewing Albums (Story Highlights) 1 Choose an image. Before Use zzChoose an image in single-image display.  Still Images   Movies zzThemes...
  • Page 137●● Albums can include following images captured by the camera. Adding Background Music to Albums Before Use -- Still Images...
  • Page 138●● Once albums are saved, background music cannot be added Creating Your Own Albums Before Use later. Background music in...
  • Page 139 4 Choose background music. Combining Short Clips Before Use zzWhen the screen at left is displayed, choose [Music Settings]....
  • Page 140 4 Save the movie. Before Use zzChoose [Save], and then press the [ ] button. Basic Guide zzOnce the...
  • Page 141 Available Wi-Fi Features Before Use You can send and receive images and control the camera remotely by Basic Guide...
  • Page 142Sending Images to a Smartphone Sending Images to an NFC-Compatible Before Use Smartphone There are several ways to connect the...
  • Page 1432 Establish the connection. 4 Send an image. Before Use zzMake sure the camera is off or in zzTurn the...
  • Page 144 Before Use ●● Connections require that a memory card be in the camera. ●● If during connection a message...
  • Page 1454 Choose [Add a Device]. 8 Adjust the privacy setting. Before Use zzPress the [ ][ ] buttons or turn...
  • Page 146●● Connections require that a memory card be in the camera. Using Another Access Point Before Use ●● Once you...
  • Page 147 6 Configure the privacy settings and Saving Images to a Computer Before Use send images. zzFollow steps 8 –...
  • Page 148 2 Begin the installation. Configure the computer for a Wi-Fi connection (Windows Before Use zzDouble-click the downloaded file, and...
  • Page 149 Saving Images to a Connected Computer ●● For information on WPS compatibility and for instructions on Before Use checking settings,...
  • Page 150 zzIf the [Device Nickname] screen is 7 Establish the connection. Before Use displayed, press the [ ][ ] buttons or...
  • Page 15110 Display CameraWindow. ●● Once you have connected to devices via the Wi-Fi menu, recent Before Use zzWindows: Access CameraWindow...
  • Page 152 3 Enter the access point password. Previous Access Points Before Use zzPress the [ ] button to access the...
  • Page 153Sending Images to a Registered Web Registering CANON iMAGE GATEWAY Before Use Service Link the camera and CANON iMAGE GATEWAY...
  • Page 1544 Establish a connection with an 7 Check for the notification message. Before Use access point. zzOnce information has been...
  • Page 155 ●● Make sure initially that your computer or smartphone mail 3 Choose [ ]. Before Use application is not...
  • Page 156Uploading Images to Web Services ●● Connections require that a memory card with saved images be in Before Use the...
  • Page 157Printing Images Wirelessly from a 4 Connect the printer to the network. Before Use zzIn the printer’s Wi-Fi setting menu,...
  • Page 158●● Connections require that a memory card with saved images be in Sending Images to Another Camera Before Use the...
  • Page 159 4 Send an image. Image Sending Options Before Use zzTurn the [ ] dial to choose an image to...
  • Page 160 2 Choose an image. 2 Choose images. Before Use zzPress the [ ][ ][ ][ ] buttons to choose...
  • Page 161 ●● In step 1, [Favorite Images] is not available unless you have Choosing the Number of Recording Pixels Before...
  • Page 162 Sending Images Automatically (Image Preparing the Computer Before Use Sync) Install and configure the software on the destination computer. Basic...
  • Page 163Sending Images Viewing Images Sent via Image Sync on a Smartphone Before Use Images sent from the camera are automatically...
  • Page 164Using a Smartphone to View Camera Shooting Remotely Before Use Images and Control the Camera As you check a shooting...
  • Page 165●● [ ] mode is used for shooting in modes other than [ ], [ ], Editing or Erasing Wi-Fi...
  • Page 166 Connection Changing the Camera Nickname Before Use Configurable Items Web Change the camera nickname (displayed on connected devices) as...
  • Page 167Returning the Wi-Fi Settings to Default Before Use Return the Wi-Fi settings to default if you transfer ownership of the...
  • Page 168 Adjusting Basic Camera Functions Before Use MENU (= 30) settings on the [ 1], [ 2], [ 3], and [...
  • Page 169 Before Use ●● Regardless of the option selected in this setting, shots may be ●● Formatting or erasing data...
  • Page 170Changing the Video System Resetting the Electronic Level Before Use Set the video system of any television used for display....
  • Page 171Using Eco Mode ●● To conserve battery power, you should normally choose [On] for Before Use [Auto Power Down] and...
  • Page 172Switching the Color of Screen Information zzTo set daylight saving time (1 hour Before Use ahead), choose [ ] by...
  • Page 173Lens Retraction Timing Silencing Camera Operations Before Use The lens is normally retracted for safety about one minute after you...
  • Page 174Customizing Sounds Listing Shooting Modes by Icon Before Use Customize camera operating sounds as follows. List shooting modes on the...
  • Page 175Metric / Non-Metric Display Setting Copyright Information to Record in Before Use Images Change the unit of measurement shown in the...
  • Page 176Adjusting Other Settings Before Use The following settings can also be adjusted. Basic Guide ●● [Wireless settings] on the [...
  • Page 177 System Map Before Use Included Accessories Basic Guide Advanced Guide Battery Pack Battery Charger Wrist Strap NB-13L*1 CB-2LH/CB-2LHE*1 Camera...
  • Page 178 Compact Power Adapter CA-DC30/ Optional Accessories CA-DC30E Before Use The following camera accessories are sold separately. Note that some...
  • Page 179Printers Using Optional Accessories Before Use Basic Guide Canon-Brand PictBridge-Compatible Playback on a TV Printers Advanced Guide zzEven without using...
  • Page 180 3 Turn the TV on and switch to Inserting and Charging the Battery Pack Before Use external input. zzSwitch...
  • Page 181 3 Charge the battery pack. ●● For details on charging time and the number of shots and Before Use...
  • Page 182Using the Software Computer Connections via a Cable Before Use To utilize the features of the following software, download the...
  • Page 1832 Turn the camera on to access ●● Windows 7: If the screen in step 2 is not displayed, click...
  • Page 184Printing Images 5 Access the printing screen. Before Use zzPress the [ ] button, choose [ ], and  Still Images ...
  • Page 185Configuring Print Settings Cropping Images before Printing Before Use  Still Images   Movies  Still Images   Movies Basic Guide By cropping images...
  • Page 186Choosing Paper Size and Layout before Printing Available Layout Options Before Use  Still Images   Movies Default Matches current printer settings....
  • Page 187 3 Choose the printing area. ●● To cancel printing in progress, press the [ ] button, choose [OK], Before...
  • Page 188Configuring Print Settings Before Use ●● Specifying [Index] will prevent you from choosing [On] for both  Still Images   Movies [Date]...
  • Page 189 3 Specify the number of prints. Clearing All Images from the Print List Before Use zzPress the [ ][...
  • Page 190 Adding Images to a Photobook 2 Choose an image. Before Use zzPress the [ ][ ] buttons or turn the...
  • Page 191 Troubleshooting Before Use If you think there is a problem with the camera, first check the following. Basic Guide...
  • Page 192 Shooting No AF frames are displayed and the camera does not focus when the Before Use shutter button is...
  • Page 193Recording to the memory card takes too long, or continuous shooting is Linear noise is recorded. Before Use slower. ●●...
  • Page 194 Computer Cannot send images. Before Use ●● The destination device has insufficient storage space. Increase the storage space on the...
  • Page 195 Unidentified Image/Incompatible JPEG/Image too large./Cannot play back On-Screen Messages MOV/Cannot play back MP4 Before Use ●● Unsupported or corrupt...
  • Page 196A camera error was detected (error number) Disconnected/Receiving failed/Sending failed Before Use ●● If this error message is displayed immediately...
  • Page 197 (21) Remaining time (= 220) (32) ISO speed (= 80) On-Screen Information Before Use (22) Histogram (= 113) (33) Zoom bar (= 34)...
  • Page 198 Playback (Detailed Information Display) (28) Image quality / Frame rate (30) Still images: Recording pixel Before Use (movies) (= 50), Group setting...
  • Page 199Summary of Movie Control Panel Before Use The following operations are available on the movie control panel, accessed as described...
  • Page 200Functions and Menu Tables Before Use Basic Guide Functions Available in Each Shooting Mode Advanced Guide Shooting Mode Function Camera...
  • Page 201 Before Use Shooting Mode Function Basic Guide Aperture Value *1 O O – – – – – – –...
  • Page 202 Before Use Shooting Mode Function Basic Guide Manual Focus Switching When Recording *1 O O O O – –...
  • Page 203 Quick Set Menu Before Use Basic Guide Shooting Mode Function Advanced Guide +Tracking *1 O O O O O O...
  • Page 204 Before Use Shooting Mode Function Basic Guide *1 O O O O – O – O O O O...
  • Page 205 Before Use Shooting Mode Function Basic Guide *1 O O O O O O – O O – –...
  • Page 206Shooting Tab Before Use Basic Guide Shooting Mode Function Advanced Guide Rec. Mode (= 55, = 58, = 72) – – – –...
  • Page 207 Before Use Shooting Mode Function Basic Guide Enable *1 O O O O O O O O O –...
  • Page 208 Before Use Shooting Mode Function Basic Guide AF+MF (= 92) On/Off *1 O O O O – – – O...
  • Page 209 Before Use Shooting Mode Function Basic Guide BKT-Off *1 O O O O O O O O O O...
  • Page 210 Before Use Shooting Mode Function Basic Guide Auto *1 O O O O O O O O – O...
  • Page 211 Before Use Shooting Mode Function Basic Guide White Balance (= 82) See “Quick Set Menu” (= 203). Custom WB (= 83) O...
  • Page 212 Before Use Shooting Mode Function Basic Guide Self-Timer (= 42) See “Quick Set Menu” (= 203). Save Enable/ Advanced Guide –...
  • Page 213 Before Use Shooting Mode Function Basic Guide Sharp/Soft – – – – – – – – – – O...
  • Page 214 Before Use Shooting Mode Function Basic Guide Include Stills/ Digest Type (= 36) – – – – – O –...
  • Page 215Set Up Tab Tab Item Reference Before Use Page Language = 173 Reference Basic Guide Tab Item Page Mute = 173 Create...
  • Page 216Playback Tab Tab Item Reference Before Use Page Transition Effect = 110 Reference Basic Guide Tab Item Page Index Effect = 115...
  • Page 217Handling Precautions Specifications Before Use ●● The camera is a high-precision electronic device. Avoid dropping it or Basic Guide subjecting...
  • Page 218Built-In Flash Data Type (Still Images) Before Use Flash Range (Wide angle end)..........50 cm – 7.0 m (1.6 – 23 ft.) Image File...
  • Page 219Number of Shots/Recording Time, Playback Time Shooting Range Before Use Number of Shots (CIPA compliant) Approx. 265 shots Shooting Focus Maximum...
  • Page 220Number of Shots per Memory Card Recording Time per Memory Card Before Use The number of shots at an aspect...
  • Page 221Battery Pack NB-13L Before Use Type: Rechargeable lithium-ion battery Nominal Voltage: 3.6 V DC Basic Guide Nominal Capacity: 1250 mAh...
  • Page 222 Index Compensation 78 FE lock 96 H Before Use Handheld nightscene (shooting mode) 56 Basic Guide F HDMI cable 179...
  • Page 223Miniature effect (shooting mode) 62 Resizing images 128 Star time-lapse movie (shooting Wi-Fi functions 141 Before Use Movies Rotating 125...
  • Page 224 ●● Be sure to use the product as directed in this guide. Wi-Fi (Wireless LAN) Precautions Be sure to...
  • Page 225If security settings have not been properly set, the following problems may Trademarks and Licensing Before Use occur. ●● Transmission...
  • Page 226: Getting StartedCanon r?:,werShot G7X Mark II Getting Started Guia de inicio Guide de mise en route - ·_D_o_w_nl-oa_d-th_e_e_le_c_tro_n_ic_m_a_n_ua_I_( • Register your...
  • Page 227 English • Make sure you read this guide, including the "Safety Precautions" ([lJ 5) section, before using the camera....
  • Page 228IPackage Contents Before use, make sure the following items are included in the package. If anything is missing, contact your...
  • Page 229IElectronic Manual and Software You can download the electronic manual and software from the following URL. http://www.canon.com/icpd/ The electronic manual...
  • Page 230ITable of Contents Package Contents ....... ............. 2 Specific Aperture Values Electronic Manual and ([Av] Mode) ......................... .... 94 Software...
  • Page 231ISafety Precautions <'II Before using the product, ensure that you read the safety precautions described below. Always ensure that the...
  • Page 232a. Safety Precautions ·' Do not touch the product during thunderstorms if it is plugged in. This could result in...
  • Page 233 Safety Precautions • ~:Caution · Denotes the possibility of injury. • When carrying the product by the strap, be...
  • Page 234a. Safety Precautions When using the camera on a sandy beach or at a windy location, be careful not to...
  • Page 235IConventions in This Guide •• In this guide, icons are used to represent the corresponding camera buttons and dials on...
  • Page 236IPart Names ( 1) Zoom lever (9) Speaker Shooting:[tJ (telephoto)] I (1 0) Flash n•ul(wide angle)] ( 11) Control ring...
  • Page 237 Part Names _ . (3)(4) (5) (6) (7) :..-.....;.;...-(8) ~~~-(9) ~-:-:-=---( 10) ~~(11) ~~71111(12) ""'=~=.-~~( 13) ( 1) Screen...
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  • Page 239 Basic Guide Basic information and instructions, from initial preparations to shooting and playback I 13
  • Page 240ITouch-Screen Operations The camera's touch-screen panel enables intuitive operation simply by touching or tapping the screen. Touching Touch the screen...
  • Page 241IInitial Preparations Attaching the Strap Attach the strap. 11l Thread the end of the strap through the strap mount (1...
  • Page 242• Initial Preparations Char ging the Batte ry Pack 1 Insert the battery pack. , After aligning the • marks...
  • Page 243 Initial Preparations . . . 2 Insert the battery pack. · Holding the battery pack with the terminals in...
  • Page 244~ Initial Preparations Setting the Date and Time 1 Turn the camera on. 'i<~ Press the power button . •)'j;...
  • Page 245 Initial Preparations ~ Changing the Date and Time To adjust the date and time once you have set it,...
  • Page 246ITrying the Camera Out Shooting For fully automatic selection of the optimal settings for specific scenes, simply let the camera...
  • Page 247 Trying the Camera Out , . - Recording Movies Press the movie button to start recording, and press it...
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  • Page 249 Advanced Guide Camera Basics Other basic operations and more ways to enjoy your camera, including shooting and playback options...
  • Page 250 Adjusting the Screen (Monitor) Angle and Orientation You can adjust the screen angle and orientation to suit the scene or...
  • Page 251I Using the Quick Set Menu Configure commonly used functions in the [Q) (Quick Set) menu. Note that menu items...
  • Page 252a. Using the Quick Set Menu 4 Confirm your choice and exit. -.: Press the [~] button. • The screen...
  • Page 253IUsing the Menu Screen Configure a variety of camera functions through the menu screen as follows. 1 Access the menu...
  • Page 254. . Using the Menu Screen 4 Choose an option. When options are listed vertically, press the [..&.][T] buttons or...
  • Page 255 Using the Menu Screen ~ The following features are available in rAUT01 and [dl~ modes. Tab Function Description Choose...
  • Page 256• Using the Menu Screen Tab Function Description Assign a commonly used function to the Set ~0~~- button ~0~~J button....
  • Page 257Auto Mode I Hybrid Auto Mode Convenient mode for easy shots with greater control over shooting 31
  • Page 258Shooting with Camera-Determined Settings For fully automatic selection of the optimal settings for specific scenes, simply let the camera determine...
  • Page 259 Shootin g with Camera -Determ ined Settings ~ 4 Shoot. Shooting Still Images 1) Focus. ;£·, Press the shutter...
  • Page 260a. Shooting with Camera-Determined Settings Reco rding Movi es 1) Start reco rding . • Press the movie button ....
  • Page 261 Shootin g with Camera -Determ ined Settings ...- Shooting in Hybrid Auto Mode ~ Still Images ~ Movies You...
  • Page 262~ Shooting with Camera-Determined Settings Digest movie image quality is automatically set to fKHDBJ for NTSC or rGIDml for PAL...
  • Page 263 Shooting with Camera-Determined Settings ~ Still Images ( ] ) ,_ A blinking [fl] icon warns that images are...
  • Page 264a. Shooting with Camera-Determined Settings Movies CD Keep your fingers away from the microphone (1) while recording movies. Blocking the...
  • Page 265 Shooting with Camera-Determined Settings . . . Scene Icons ...... Still Images ...... Movies In ~~ and [AUTOl modes,...
  • Page 266• Shooting with Camera-Determined Settings The background color of~. {M, [!)], 0. and M is dark blue, and the background...
  • Page 267 Shooting with Camera-Determined Settings ~ Continuous Shooting Scenes If the icon for one of the following scenes (in table's...
  • Page 268a Shooting with Camera-Determined Settings Image Stabilization Icons ~ Still Images ~ Movies Optimal image stabilization for the shooting conditions...
  • Page 269 Shooting with Camera-Determined Settings .-I On-Screen Frames ...... Still Images ...... Movies In [AUTOJ mode, a variety of frames...
  • Page 270I·Common, Convenient Features Zooming In Closer on Subjects (Digital Zoom) ~Still Images ~Movies When distant subjects are too far away...
  • Page 271 Common , Convenient Features ~ Shooting at Preset Focal Lengths (Step Zoom} ...... Still Images ...... Movies Shoot at...
  • Page 272a. Common, Convenient Features Resizing the Subject with the Control Ring ...... Still Images ...... Movies By assigning seamless zoom...
  • Page 273 Common, Convenient Features ....- Using the Self-Timer ...... Still Images ...... Movies With the self-timer, you can include yourself...
  • Page 274lt.. Common, Convenient Features Using the Self-Timer to Avoid Camera Shake ...... Still Images ...... Movies This option delays shutter...
  • Page 275 Common, Convenient Features ~ For movies recorded using the self-timer, recording begins after your specified delay time, but specifying...
  • Page 276. . Common, Convenient Features Continuous Shooting ~ Still Images In rAUTOJ mode, hold the shutter button all the way...
  • Page 277 Common , Convenient Features ~ Changing the Aspect Ratio ...... Still Images Change the image aspect ratio (ratio of...
  • Page 278a.. Common , Convenient Features Changing Image Quality ~ Still Images Choose the image's number of recording pixels (size) from...
  • Page 279 Common, Convenient Features ~ Changing Movie Image Quality ...... Movies Adjust movie image quality (image size and frame rate)....
  • Page 280a. Common, Convenient Features For PAL Video Image Number of Details Frame Rate Quality Recording Pixels 50.00 fps ~- 1920...
  • Page 281Other Shooting Modes Shoot more effectively in various scenes, and take shots enhanced with unique image effects or captured using...
  • Page 282ISpecific Scenes Choose a mode matching the shooting scene, and the camera will automatically configure the settings for optimal shots....
  • Page 283 Specific Scenes _.- :~((lc Shooting Underwater (Underwate r) ...... Still Images ...... Movies Natural-colored shots of sea life and...
  • Page 284a. Specific Scenes Using Funct ions for Unde rwate r Shots Shooti ng with an Under water Focus Range ........
  • Page 285 Specific Scenes . . . 'I -~ ~ You can also configure this setting by pressing the [~] button,...
  • Page 286IApplying Special Effects Shooti ng Yourse lf under Optima l Setting s (Self Portrait) For self-portraits, customizable image processing includes...
  • Page 287 Applying Special Effects ~ Item Details • . {) :. Choose from defocusing. [AUTOJ or one of six levels...
  • Page 288• Applying Special Effects Shooting Images with the Background Blurred to Con vey a Sen se of Spe ed (Panning)...
  • Page 289 Applying Special Effects _ . - Shooting High-Contrast Scenes (High Dynamic Range) ~ Still Images Three consecutive images are...
  • Page 290a. Applying Special Effects Adding Artistic Effects '-~ After choosing lHDRl mode, turn the [{)] ring to choose an effect....
  • Page 291 Applying Special Effects ~ Shots Resem bling Waterc olors (Water Paintin g Effect) ..... Still Images Soften colors, for...
  • Page 292a. Applying Special Effects Shots Resem bling Minia ture Mode ls (Minia ture Effect ) ...... Still Images ...... Movies...
  • Page 293 Applying Special Effects ~ Playback Speed and Estimated Playback Time (for One-Minute Clips) Speed Playback Time 5x Approx. 12...
  • Page 294a. Applying Special Effects Shooting with a Toy Camera Effect (Toy Camera Effect) ...... Still Images This effect makes images...
  • Page 295 Applying Special Effects ~ Making Subjects Stand Out (Background Defocus) ~Still Images You can shoot subjects so that they...
  • Page 296a. Applying Special Effects Shooting with a Soft Focus Effect ..... Still Images This function allows you to shoot images...
  • Page 297ISpecial Modes for Other Purposes Shooting Starry Skies (Star) Shooting People against Starry Skies (Star Portrait) ...... Still Images Capture...
  • Page 298a. Special Modes for Other Purposes 5 Have the person stay still until the ------ - -, lamp blinks. The...
  • Page 299 Special Modes for Other Purposes . . . For easier viewing, try choosing MENU ..,. [~2] tab ..,. [Night...
  • Page 300Ia. Special Modes for Other Purposes Shoo ting Nigh t Scen es unde r Starr y Skie s {Star Nigh...
  • Page 301 Special Modes for Other Purposes ~ • For easier viewing, try choosing MENU ..,. [~2] tab ..,. [Night Display]...
  • Page 302Ia Special Modes for Other Purposes 4 Shoot. Press the shutter button all the way down. [Busy] is displayed briefly,...
  • Page 303 Special Modes for Other Purposes ~ Zoom is set to maximum wide angle and cannot be adjusted. Star Tmw...
  • Page 304a Special Modes for Other Purposes Item Options Details You can choose to save each shot collected before Save /'I"...
  • Page 305 Special Modes for Other Purpose s ~ (D ~ There will be a delay before you can shoot again,...
  • Page 306a. Special Modes for Other Purposes Adjusting Colors ..... Still Images ..... Movies Colors can be manually adjusted in ~...
  • Page 307 Special Modes for Other Purposes ..... Adjusting the Focus ..... Still Images ..... Movies Automatically adjust the focus to...
  • Page 308& Special Modes for Other Purposes The focus may not be adjusted under the following conditions. In this case, try...
  • Page 309IRecording Various Movies ...... Movies Recording Movies in [·~] Mode ...... Movies 1 Enter r~ mode. ti' Set the mode...
  • Page 310• Recording Various Movies Locking or Changin g Image Brightne ss before Shootin g ~Movies Before shooting, you can lock...
  • Page 311 Recording Various Movies ~ Correcting Severe Camera Shake ...... Movies Counteract severe camera shake, such as when recording while...
  • Page 312a Recording Various Movies Using the Attenuator The attenuator can reduce audio distortion in noisy environments. However, in quiet environments,...
  • Page 313 Recording Various Movies ~ Playbac k Effects ~2x Playback in fast motion (E) 1x Playback at normal speed [81/2x...
  • Page 314a Recording Various Movies 3 Shoot. You can also adjust settings while recording, as described in step 2. Some shutter...
  • Page 315 Recording Various Movies ~ Shootin g Time-L apse Movies (Time-L apse Movie) ...... Movies By recording a time-lapse movie...
  • Page 316~ Recording Various Movies Item Details Shooting scene Choose from three types of scenes. Interval/ Shots Choose the number of...
  • Page 317 Recording Various Movies _..- ··>' Recording iFrame Movies ...... Movies Record movies that can be edited with iFrame-compatible software...
  • Page 318IShooting in Program AE ([P] Mode) ~ Still Images ~ Movies You can customize many function settings to suit your...
  • Page 319ISpecific Shutter Speeds ([Tv] Mode) ...... Still Images Set your preferred shutter speed before shooting as follows. The camera automatically...
  • Page 320ISpecific Aperture Values ([Av] Mode) ...... Still Images Set your preferred aperture value before shooting as follows. The camera automatically...
  • Page 321Spec ific Shut ter Spee ds and Aper ture Values ([M] Mode) ..... Still Images Follow these steps before shooting...
  • Page 322a. Specific Shutter Speeds and Aperture Values ([M] Mode) CD After you set the shutter speed and aperture value, the...
  • Page 323IShooting Long Exposures (Bulb) With bulb exposures, shots are exposed for as long as you hold down the shutter button....
  • Page 324ISaving Shooting Settings ...... Still Images Save commo nly used shootin g modes and your configu red functio n settings...
  • Page 325Playback Mode Review your shots, and browse shots in many ways I 99
  • Page 326ISwitching Display Modes Press the [...,] button to view other information on the screen, or to hide the information. For...
  • Page 327IUsing the Touch-Screen Panel ...... Still Images ...... Movies To view the next image, drag left across the screen, and...
  • Page 328~ Using the Touch-Screen Panel Navigating through Images in an Index By displaying multiple images in an index, you can...
  • Page 329IFeatures Available in Playback Mode The following features are available in Playback mode. Quick Set Menu Press the [~] button...
  • Page 330a. Features Available in Playback Mode MENU Press the lM EN U1 button to configure these settings. Tab Function Description...
  • Page 331 Features Available in Playback. Mode ~ Tab Function Description Save a copy of images at a lower number Resize...
  • Page 332. . Features Available in Playback Mode Tab Function Description Change the transition shown between Transition Effect images. Disable the...
  • Page 333Wi-Fi Functions Use Wi-Fi functions to send images to a variety of compatible devices or share them via Web services...
  • Page 334IAvailable Wi-Fi Features You can send and receive images and control the camera remotely by connecting it to these devices...
  • Page 335ISending Images to a Smartphone Sending Images to an NFC-Com patible Smartpho ne Use an Android (OS version 4.0 or...
  • Page 336a. Sending Images to a Smartphone .·' If the [Device Nickname] screen is displaye d , press the [....._][,.. ]buttons...
  • Page 337 Sending Images to a Smartphone . . CD • When using NFC, keep the following points in mind. Avoid...
  • Page 338ISaving Images to a Computer Connect the camera and a computer via Wi-Fi using an existing access point as follows....
  • Page 339 Saving Images to a Computer . . . . Saving Images to a Connecte d Compute r Connect the...
  • Page 340a. Saving Images to a Computer 5 Choose [WPS Connection]. ··"' Press the [..&.]("..,.] buttons or turn the [ ....
  • Page 341 Saving /mages to a Computer ~ 9 Install a driver (first Windows connection only). st: When the screen at...
  • Page 342& Saving Images to a Computer 11 Import images. Click (Import Images from Camera] , a n d then click...
  • Page 343I Uploading Images to Web Services Use a smartphone or computer to add to the camera Web services that you...
  • Page 344a Uploading Images to Web Services 4 Establish a connection with an access point. ~ Connect to the access point...
  • Page 345 Uploading Images to Web Services , . - 8 Access the page in the notification I D \ 'i'...
  • Page 346a. Uploading Images to Web Services Uploading Images to Web Services Connect to a Web service registered to the camera....
  • Page 347 Use of genuine Canon accessories is recommended. This product is designed to achieve excellent performance when used with genuine Canon...
  • Page 348 Be sure to make notes of the wireless LAN settings you use. The wireless LAN settings saved to this...
  • Page 349 If security settings have not been properly set, the following problems may occur. ~. Transmission monitoring Third parties with malicious...
  • Page 350 USA and Canada only: The Lithium ion/polymer battery that powers the product is recyclable. Please call 1-800-8-BATTERY for information...
  • Page 351Some logos for technical standards the camera has met can be viewed on the screen by choosing MENU ~ ~4]...
  • Page 352Canadian Radio Interference Regulations CAN ICES-3 (B)/NMB-3 (B) Trademarks and Licensing Microsoft and Windows are trademarks or registered trademarks of...
  • Page 353IIndex A G Aspect ratio 51 Grainy B/W (shooting mode) 70 AUTO mode (shooting mode) 20, 32 Av (shooting mode)...
  • Page 354• Index Q v Quick (focus range) 58 Viewing 21 Index display 100, 102 R Recording pixels (image size) 52...
  • Page 355Canon 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 (...
  • Page 356Warning (UL 131 0) IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS DANGER TO REDUCE THE RISK OF FIRE OR ELECTRIC SHOCK,...
  • Page 357 TAP THE APP. PRINT YOUR PICS. Presione Ia aplicacion, imprima sus fotos canon Touchez l'appli. lmprimez vos photos.
  • Page 358 PRINT AND SHARE YOUR MEMORIES ...WIRELESSLY! lmprimez et partagez vos souvenirs... sans fil! lmprima y comparta sus recuerdos ... jde...
  • Page 359 Creative Park Creat ive Park is Your Pare Creatif, votre jCreative Parkes s u Creation Destination! destination creation! destino creativo!...
  • Page 360 Canon CANON iMAGE GATEWAY Visitez le site CANON iMAGE GATEWAY pour commencer: canon.com/ cig En vous inscrivant avec CANON...
  • Page 361 lWfFi)" CERTIFIED Wireless Help . - )) / 0 t:~ . ..·. \ ==t:J . Learn How to Set...
  • Page 362: WarrantyCallo-'•• CANON® PowerShot Digital Camera'" Limited Warranty- For U.S.A. & Canada Only The tomoted W<Jrran•.y SP.I forth below os gwen...
  • Page 363Can on Garantie llmltee des apparel IS photo numeriques PowerShot Digital Camera"' de CANON"- Pour los Etats-Ums et le Canada...