Canon WFT-R10 Advanced User Guide PDF

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Summary of Content for Canon WFT-R10 Advanced User Guide PDF

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To comply with local radio wave regulations, Canon offers five region-specific versions of the transmitter (A, B, C, D, and E) in various areas around the world (see separate sheet)... For convenience, the transmitter in this guide is referred to as WFT-R10, without reference to versions A, B, C, D, or E... In this guide, the term access point refers to devices such as wireless LAN access points or wireless LAN routers that relay a LAN connection... These instructions should be followed only after setting up your LAN and FTP server environments... For information about setting up the environments, refer to the documentation provided with each device or contact the manufacturer... Read the Camera's Advanced User Guide and familiarize yourself with operating the camera before following the instructions on camera options... This transmitter cannot be directly connected to a telecommunication carrier's communication line... When connecting this transmitter to the internet, make sure to connect it through a router...

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The transmitter is an accessory for EOS cameras that enables LAN functions to be expanded when attached to the camera... Additionally, it is equipped with buttons and dials for vertical shooting... The transmitter's wired and wireless LAN functions enable you to do the following...

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Transmitter Wireless Features Communication is over the transmitter's wired and wireless LAN features... Attaching the transmitter to the camera will display the [WFT settings] menu on the camera...

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In addition to the above, the icons and symbols used on the camera's buttons and displayed on the monitor are also used in this Guide when discussing relevant operations and functionality...

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Before following any instructions, make sure the power switch is set to and the Multi-function lock feature is off... It is assumed that all the menu settings, Custom Functions, etc... , are set to their defaults...

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Keep batteries out of the reach of children... Use only power sources specified in this instruction manual for use with the product... Do not disassemble or modify the product... Do not expose the product to strong shocks or vibration... Do not touch any exposed internal parts... Stop using the product in any case of unusual circumstances such as the presence of smoke or a strange smell... Do not use organic solvents such as alcohol, benzine or paint thinner to clean the product... Do not get the product wet... Do not insert foreign objects or liquids into the product... Do not use the product where flammable gases may be present...

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If any abnormal skin reaction or irritation occurs during or following the use of this product, refrain from further use and get medical advice/attention...

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The transmitter is a precision instrument... Do not drop it or subject it to physical shock... The transmitter is not waterproof... Do not use it underwater... Wipe off any moisture with a dry and clean cloth... If the transmitter has been exposed to salty air, wipe it with a clean, well-wrung wet cloth... Never leave the transmitter near any equipment that generates a strong magnetic field, such as magnets or electric motors... Do not leave the transmitter in an excessively hot environment, such as in a vehicle in direct sunlight... High temperatures may damage the transmitter... Do not wipe the transmitter using cleaners containing organic solvents... For stubborn dirt, take the transmitter to the nearest Canon Service Center (see separate sheet)... Avoid storing the transmitter where there are chemicals that result in rust and corrosion, such as in a chemical lab... To prevent damage from static electricity, do not touch the terminals with your hands... Do not touch the terminals with your hands... This may cause the terminals to rust... Rust may cause the transmitter to malfunction... When not using the transmitter, cover the terminals with the supplied terminal cap...

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(1) Contacts (2) Positioning pin (3) Attachment screw (4) Network lamp (5) Positioning pin (6) Ethernet RJ-45 terminal (7) Battery magazine release tab (8) DC coupler cord hole (9) Release dial (10) Contact cover (11) Contacts (12) AF start button (13) AE lock/FE lock button (14) Quick control dial 2 (15) AF point selection button (16) Magnify/Reduce button (17) Multi-controller (18) Charge lamps (L/R) (19) Video boss hole (20) Shutter button (21) Main dial (22) Multi-function button (23) Battery compartment cover holder (24) Vertical-grip On/Off switch (25) Hand strap mount (26) Tripod socket (27) Battery holder (28) Battery magazine (29) DC coupler cord groove (30) Battery slot (31) Battery release lever (32) Battery slot (33) DC coupler cord groove

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(1) WFT battery level (2) WFT status (wireless) (3) WFT status (wired) (4) Charging via USB

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Set the camera's power switch to before attaching the transmitter...

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To remove the battery compartment cover, slide the lever of the battery compartment cover to release it, and then follow the attachment procedure in reverse...

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Insert the transmitter in the camera and turn the release dial to lock the transmitter in place...

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If wireless functions are in use, noise may be recorded regardless of the use of the built-in microphone or an external microphone... It is recommended that you do not use wireless functions when shooting movies...

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The camera and transmitter cannot be used together unless two batteries are inserted...

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When only one battery is used, inserting it on the camera side will power only the camera... Inserting it on the transmitter side will not power the camera or the transmitter...

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When attaching batteries, make sure the electrical contacts are clean... Wipe off any dirt on the contacts with a soft cloth... Attach the batteries after attaching the transmitter to the camera... If the transmitter is attached to the camera with batteries already attached, it may prevent correct display of battery check results... Before removing the transmitter, turn the camera off and remove the batteries... Reattach the protective covers for the camera and transmitter contacts after removing the transmitter... If the transmitter will not be used for some time, remove the batteries... If a battery communication error message is displayed when the transmitter is attached, follow the instructions in the message... If the camera loses power, reinstall the battery magazine and restart the camera...

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When only one DC coupler is used, inserting it on the camera side will power only the camera... Inserting it on the transmitter side will not power the camera or the transmitter...

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While the camera is on, do not connect or disconnect the power cord or connector, and do not remove the battery magazine... Avoid getting the DC coupler cord caught between the transmitter and battery magazine...

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(1) Shutter button (2) Multi-function button (3) Main dial (4) Vertical-grip On/Off switch (5) Multi-controller (6) Magnify/Reduce button (7) AF point selection button (8) AE lock/FE lock button (9) AF start button (10) Quick control dial 2

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Preparation Displaying the Connection Wizard Checking the Type of Access Point Connecting via WPS (PBC Mode) Connecting via WPS (PIN Mode) Connecting to a Detected Network Manually Connecting to a Network Manually Connecting Using an Infrastructure Connecting in Camera Access Point Mode Setting the IP Address Configuring Settings for the Communication Function

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For instructions on setting up a computer as an FTP server, refer to the documentation provided with each device or contact the manufacturer...

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Because of the large size of individual movie files, wireless LAN file transmission takes some time... Set up an environment where each device can achieve stable communication with the access point and the transmitter by referring to the information in Wireless Function Notes...

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Pressing the shutter button or other camera controls during configuration using the connection wizard will close the connection wizard... Do not press the shutter button or other controls until configuration is finished... [ : WFT settings] is only available when [ : Multiple exposure] is set to [Disable]...

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If the camera has multiple registered communication settings and function settings, you can add connection settings by selecting [Create from list] and combining registered settings... You can also add connection settings by using connection settings stored on the card... Configure the settings by selecting [Load settings from card] ( )...

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Select the communication function by referring to Preparation... Select an item and select [OK] to go to the next screen...

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Select [OK] to proceed to the next screen... If the camera has registered communication settings, you can apply the registered settings by selecting [Select from list]...

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To connect using an access point, check if the access point supports WPS*, which allows easy connection between Wi-Fi devices... If you do not know if the access point you will use is WPS-compatible, refer to the access point instruction manual or other documentation... * Wi-Fi Protected Setup

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If multiple access points are active in the surrounding area, it may be more difficult to establish a connection... In such a case, try using [WPS (PIN mode)] to establish a connection... Check the position of the WPS button on the access point in advance... It may take approx... one minute to establish a connection...

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Press the access point's WPS button... For details about where the button is located and how long to press it, refer to the access point's instruction manual... Select [OK] to establish a connection with the access point... When a connection with the access point is established, the next screen is displayed...

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These instructions are continued from Checking the Type of Access Point... This is a connection mode available when using an access point compatible with WPS... In PIN code connection mode (PIN mode), an 8-digit identification number specified on the camera is set at the access point to establish a connection...

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At the access point, specify the 8-digit PIN code displayed on the camera's monitor... For instructions on setting PIN codes at the access point, refer to the access point's instruction manual... After the PIN code is specified, select [OK]...

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Enter the encryption key (password) specified for the access point... For details on the specified encryption key, refer to the access point's instruction manual... The screens displayed in steps 2 and 3 below vary depending on the authentication and encryption specified for the access point... Go to Setting the IP Address when the [IP address set... ] screen is displayed instead of the screens for steps 2 and 3...

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Press to display the virtual keyboard ( ), then enter the encryption key... Select [OK] to establish a connection with the access point... When a connection with the access point is established, the next screen is displayed...

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These instructions are continued from Checking the Type of Access Point... Establish a connection by selecting the SSID (or ESS-ID) of the access point to connect to...

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Enter the encryption key (password) specified for the access point... For details on the specified encryption key, refer to the access point's instruction manual... The screens displayed in steps 4 and 5 below vary depending on the authentication and encryption specified for the access point... Go to Setting the IP Address when the [IP address set... ] screen is displayed instead of the screens for steps 4 and 5...

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Press to display the virtual keyboard ( ), then enter the encryption key... Select [OK] to establish a connection with the access point... When a connection with the access point is established, the next screen is displayed...

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These instructions are continued from Displaying the Connection Wizard... Establish a connection by selecting the SSID (or ESS-ID) of the access point to connect to...

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Enter the encryption key (password) specified for the access point... For details on the specified encryption key, refer to the access point's instruction manual... The screens displayed in steps 4 and 5 below vary depending on the authentication and encryption specified for the access point... Go to Setting the IP Address when the [IP address set... ] screen is displayed instead of the screens for steps 4 and 5...

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Press to display the virtual keyboard ( ), then enter the encryption key... Select [OK] to establish a connection with the access point... When a connection with the access point is established, the next screen is displayed...

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These instructions are continued from Displaying the Connection Wizard... Camera access point mode is a connection mode for connecting the camera directly to each device via a wireless connection without using an access point... The following two connection methods are available...

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Select [OK] to proceed to the next screen... For [Configure online], go to step 6... For [Configure offline], go to step 2 in Configuring Settings for the Communication Function... If the camera has registered communication function settings, you can apply the registered settings by selecting [Select from list]...

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When connecting by selecting [Easy connection], "_Canon0A" is displayed at the end of the SSID...

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The network settings for the camera access point mode are configured manually... Set [SSID], [Channel setting], [Encryption settings], and [IP address setting (IPv4)] on each screen displayed...

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For encryption, select [AES]... Select [OK] to display the next screen... When [AES] is selected, the [Password] screen is displayed... Press to display the virtual keyboard ( ), then enter the encryption key... After entering the SSID, press the button...

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Select [OK] to proceed to the next screen... For [Configure online], go to step 9... For [Configure offline], go to step 2 in Configuring Settings for the Communication Function... If the camera has registered communication function settings, you can apply the registered settings by selecting [Select from list]...

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9... Operate the target device and connect it to the camera...

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These instructions are continued from configuring the connection settings for using an access point... Select the IP address setting method and set the IP address to the camera... When using IPv6, a connection can only be established using IPv6... A connection cannot be established using IPv4...

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Go to Configuring Settings for the Communication Function...

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Select an item to display the number entry screen... To use a gateway or DNS address, select [Enable], then select [Address]...

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When you have completed setting the necessary items, select [OK]... The next screen is displayed... If you are not sure what to enter, see Checking Network Settings or ask the network administrator or similar person...

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Go to Configuring Settings for the Communication Function...

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Select [OK] to proceed to the next screen... If the camera has registered communication function settings, you can apply the registered settings by selecting [Select from list]...

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By connecting to an FTP server, you can transfer images stored in the camera to a computer... With FTP transfer, you can automatically transfer images to the FTP server as you shoot or transfer a set of shots together...

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To perform a secure FTP transfer using a root certificate, select [FTPS]... For root certificate settings, see Importing a Root Certificate for FTPS... To perform a secure FTP transfer using an SSH connection, select [SFTP]... Configure the login settings to be used in step 5... Select [OK] to proceed to the next screen...

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Use to select the input position in the upper area and use to select a number... Press to enter the selected number... To set the entered values and return to the screen in step 2, press the button...

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This is not displayed if you selected [SFTP] in step 1... Select [OK] to proceed to the next screen... If "Error 41: Cannot connect to FTP server" is displayed in step 9, setting [Passive mode] to [Enable] may resolve the error...

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Select [Root folder] to have images saved in the root folder, as specified in FTP server settings ( )... Select [Select folder] to specify a target folder in the root folder... If no folder exists, a folder will be created automatically... Select [OK] to proceed to the next screen... The transmitter's lamp is lit in green... When the following screen is displayed, select [OK] to trust the destination server...

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The connection settings for FTP transfer are now complete... During image transfer, the lamp on the transmitter blinks in green...

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Only a root certificate whose file name is "ROOT... CER", "ROOT... CRT", or "ROOT... PEM" can be imported to the camera... Only one root certificate file can be imported to the camera... Insert a card containing the root certificate file in advance... The priority card selected for [ Record/play] or [ Play] is used to import a certificate when [ / separate] in [ : Record func+card/folder sel... ] is set to [Disable]... Card 2 is used when [ / separate] is set to [Enable]... The connected server may not be trustworthy if an FTPS connection is established by using a self-signed certificate...

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Select [Delete root certificate] on the screen in step 5 to delete the root certificate imported to the camera... Select [View root certificate details] to check the issuer, subject, validity period, and other information...

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Before shooting, be sure to insert a card into the camera... If you shoot without recording images, they cannot be transferred... Note that automatic transfer of movies during shooting is not supported... Transfer the images after shooting, referring to Batch Transfer or Transferring Images with a Caption...

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Images cannot be erased during image transfer... No voice memo can be added when [Automatic transfer] is set to [Enable]...

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During continuous shooting, images are transferred to the FTP server in the order they are captured... The captured images are also stored on the card... Any images for which transfer is interrupted or fails will be transferred automatically when the connection is recovered ( )... These images can also be re-transferred in batch at a later time ( )... If network settings such as the connected FTP server are changed before FTP auto retry starts, FTP auto retry will not occur...

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Press the button on the camera... Select the image to transfer, then press to transfer the image... A voice memo can be added to the played back image before it is transferred... For details, refer to the camera's Advanced User Guide... Movies cannot be transferred this way... Selecting a movie and pressing will display the movie playback panel...

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To transfer smaller JPEGs when the camera is set to record larger JPEGs to either the CFexpress or the SD card and smaller JPEGs to the another card, set [JPEG size to trans... ] to [SmallerJPEG]...

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Select [RAW+JPEG transfer], then select [JPEG only], [RAW only], or [RAW+JPEG]...

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When the camera is set to record RAW images to either the CFexpress or the SD card and JPEGs or HEIF to the another card, specify which images to transfer in the [RAW+JPEG transfer] or [RAW+HEIF transfer] setting... Also use this setting when RAW+JPEG or RAW+HEIF images are simultaneously recorded on a single card... The captured images are also stored on the card... If images of the same size are simultaneously recorded on two cards, the images recorded on the card that is preferentially specified in [ Record/play] or [ Play] under [ : Record func+card/folder sel... ] will be transferred...

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After shooting, you can select multiple images as desired and transfer them all at once... You can also transfer unsent images or images that could not be sent previously... You can also continue still photo shooting even while images are being transferred...

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Select the images to transfer by using , then press ... Display [ ] on the screen's upper left by using , then press ... You can turn the dial counterclockwise to switch to selecting images from 3-image display... To return to the single-image display, turn clockwise... To select other images to transfer, repeat step 5... After selecting the images, press ...

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The selected images are transferred to the FTP server...

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You can select the selection method and transfer multiple images... You can also continue still photo shooting even while images are being transferred...

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Selecting [Clear folder transf... history] clears the transfer history of images in the selected folder... After clearing the transfer history, you can select [Folder images not transfer'd] and transfer all images in the folder again...

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Selecting [Clear card's transf... history] clears the transfer history of images on the selected card... After clearing the transfer history, you can select [Card images not transferred] and transfer all images on the card again...

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You can specify how to transfer RAW+JPEG or RAW+HEIF images...

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Select [RAW+JPEG transfer], then select [JPEG only], [RAW only], or [RAW+JPEG]...

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This setting switches in tandem with the [Transfer type/size] screen's [RAW +JPEG transfer] and [RAW+HEIF transfer] settings ( )... Image transfer in progress is paused if you switch to movie mode...

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You can add a registered caption to each image before transfer... This is convenient if you want to inform the recipient of the printing quantity, for example... The caption is also added to images stored in the camera...

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You cannot manually select images on the [Transfer with caption] screen... To select another image for transfer with a caption, play back that image, then follow these steps...

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Once the cause of the error is eliminated, the images whose transfer previously failed will be re-transferred automatically... With this option activated, transfer is attempted again automatically after failure, whether automatic transfer is used or captured images are transferred via FTP... Note that when you cancel image transfer or turn off the transmitter or camera, the image will not be re-transferred automatically... See Batch Transfer and transfer the images...

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Under the default settings of the FTP server, images are stored in [C drive] > [Inetpub] folder > [ftproot] folder, or in a subfolder of this folder... If the root folder of the transfer destination has been changed in the FTP server settings, ask the FTP server administrator where images are transferred...

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Using EOS Utility, you can view images stored in the camera or save them to a computer... Additionally, you can operate the camera remotely to take a picture or change camera settings using EOS Utility...

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To establish a connection, operations on the computer are required... For details, refer to the computer's instruction manual...

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Select the camera to connect to, then click [Connect]... If multiple cameras are displayed, identify the camera to connect to by the MAC address displayed on the camera's monitor... The MAC address of the transmitter can also be checked on the [MAC address] screen ( )...

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The [Network settings] screen will reappear... The transmitter's lamp is lit in green... Settings information is stored in the camera... It is not stored in the transmitter...

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There is no need to complete pairing again if you continue using the camera to which the transmitter is attached and the computer together after pairing without changing the settings...

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While connected, some menu items are unavailable... In remote shooting, the AF speed may become slower... Depending on the connection status, image display or shutter release may be delayed... Motion of moving subjects in remote shooting cannot be displayed smoothly, because communication speeds are slower than over a connection with the interface cable...

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When connected to EOS Utility and while the main screen of EOS Utility is displayed, you can transfer images to a computer using the camera...

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Select the images to transfer by using , then press ... Display [ ] on the screen's upper left by using , then press ... You can turn the dial counterclockwise to switch to selecting images from 3-image display... To return to the single-image display, turn clockwise... To select other images to transfer, repeat step 5... After selecting the images, press ...

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The selected images are transferred to the computer...

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Select [Select range]... Selecting the first and last images of the range marks all the images in the range with a [ ], and one copy of each image will be sent...

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Selecting [Clear folder transf... history] clears the transfer history of images in the selected folder... After clearing the transfer history, you can select [Folder images not transfer'd] and transfer all images in the folder again...

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The selected images are transferred to the computer...

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You can specify how to transfer RAW+JPEG or RAW+HEIF images...

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This setting switches in tandem with the [Transfer type/size] screen's [RAW +JPEG transfer] and [RAW+HEIF transfer] settings ( )... Image transfer in progress is paused if you switch to movie mode...

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Enter up to 31 characters (in ASCII format)... To acquire caption data stored in the camera, select [Load settings]...

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Select [Apply to camera] to register your new captions to the camera...

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Linked Shooting lets you link up to 10 receiver cameras to the sender camera on which you will release the shutter via Wireless LAN... As long as a camera supports linked shooting with a WFT-R10-series transmitter attached, you can use the camera as a receiver... Note that there will be a slight delay in the shutter release timing between the sender camera and the receiver camera... Movie shooting is not supported...

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Link the sender camera and the receiver cameras for basic linked shooting...

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Use and select [LinkedShot] located at the bottom...

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Select [OK] to proceed to the next screen... Stay on the displayed screen... Up to nine compatible receiver cameras can be linked when you select [Manual connect]...

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To use more than one receiver camera, repeat Step 2 and 3 for all the receiver cameras... Once setup is complete, no more receiver cameras can be added... You need to configure the settings again starting from Step 1... The number of receiver cameras detected is displayed on the sender camera screen...

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Check the number of receiver cameras that are connected, and then select [OK]... Once the cameras are connected, the following screen is displayed...

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Position the receiver cameras in clear view of the sender camera, without objects between them... Receiver cameras can be positioned up to approx... 50 m / XX ft... from the sender camera... However, the distance supported for linked shooting may be shorter depending on the wireless communication conditions, which are affected by how the cameras are positioned, the usage environment, and weather conditions... Pressing the shutter button halfway on the sender camera will also put the receiver cameras in a state corresponding to when their shutter buttons are pressed halfway... Similarly, fully pressing the shutter button on the sender camera will also put the receiver cameras in a state corresponding to when their shutter buttons are fully pressed... There will be a slight delay in the shutter release timing between the sender and receiver cameras... (Simultaneous shooting is not possible... )

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Terminating the Connection and Reconnecting

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From the saved settings, select a connection setting you will use...

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The connection is re-established... If the settings have been modified on the target device, reconfigure the settings for connecting to the camera...

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Checking and Editing Connection Settings Editing Connection Settings Manually Configuring Connection Option Settings Checking the MAC Address

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Perform the following procedure to check, edit or delete the connection settings that are saved in the camera...

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Change with wizard / Change from list This option allows you to change the contents of connection settings ( )...

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Change with wizard Using the connection wizard, you can edit the contents of connection settings that are saved in the camera...

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Change from list Using the comm settings and function settings saved in the camera, you can change the contents of the connection settings saved in the camera... You can also register a settings name...

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Two types of comm settings and two types of function settings can be registered to a single set of connection settings... Canceling all the function settings removes the comm settings, and the connection settings become [Unspecified]...

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You can save the connection settings onto a card and apply the settings to another camera... In addition, you can apply the connection settings that are configured on another camera to the camera you will use...

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The camera will automatically configure the file name starting from WFTNPF01 and up to 10... NIF... By pressing the button, you can specify a file name... (The length is fixed to eight characters... ) The settings are saved on the card... The settings information file is saved in the location where the card is opened (on the root directory)...

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This is not displayed if you selected [Save/load settings on card] in step 2...

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Even when 41 or more settings information files are loaded onto the card through a computer, the load settings screen of the camera only displays up to 40 files... To load more than 41 files, use a card that does not contain the previously loaded settings files, and load the rest of the settings information files...

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You can add, edit, and delete comm settings and function settings that are stored in the camera... You can also configure the settings that cannot be configured on the connection wizard, such as those when the FTP server contains a file that is named the same as the one you transferred...

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Select [Unspecified] or select settings you want to edit from those saved...

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To configure network-related settings including the IP address, select [TCP/IPv4]... To configure settings for using the IPv6 protocol, select [TCP/IPv6] ( )... Some items cannot be set depending on the comm settings...

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Change To configure FTP server-related settings, select [FTP server]...

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Directory Structure of the Target Folders This setting is configured in [FTP server] - [Directory structure]... With [Default], the root folder is used for image storage... If you have created a subfolder in the root folder by changing the [Target folder] setting, images are saved in that folder... Selecting [Camera] automatically creates a folder structure matching that of the camera's (such as A/DCIM/100EOSR5) in the server's root folder for image storage... If you have created a subfolder in the root folder by changing the [Target folder] setting, a folder structure such as A/DCIM/100EOSR5 is automatically created in that folder for image storage...

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Trusting a Destination Server Set in [Trust target server] in [FTP server]... Set it to [Enable] if you want to connect to the FTP server even if the connection destination server cannot be trusted with the root certificate that is used... If you select this setting, be careful with security...

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You can configure settings to use FTP transfer... You can also configure the authentication information when 802... 1X authentication is used in a LAN environment...

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is disconnected from the LAN by being logged off from the FTP server... When the transfer of an image is executed, the transmitter automatically reconnects to the network... If you prefer not to disconnect from the LAN, set to [Disable]...

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Selecting [802... 1X authentication] allows you to configure 802... 1X authentication on the setup wizard and to confirm or delete the settings... Set it when connecting to a network that requires 802... 1X authentication... Save the certificate required for the 802... 1X authentication method to the card inserted in the camera in advance... The file types and file names that can be read by the camera are as follows...

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Delete settings Select this option to delete authentication settings... When you select [OK] on the

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The MAC addresses for [Wi-Fi] and [Wired] are displayed...

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Make sure to perform time synchronization on cameras of the same model... Synchronizing the time on receiver cameras is not possible with different models of the sender and receiver cameras... Note that even after synchronization, a slight margin of error applies between sender and receiver camera time (of 0... 05 seconds, at most)...

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When using multiple receiver cameras, connect a LAN cable from the Ethernet terminal of the sender and receiver cameras to a hub... Up to 10 receiver cameras can be connected...

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Use a highly shielded Category 5e or higher STP (Shielded Twisted Pair) Gigabit Ethernet cable...

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If another device is connected, [Set [Connection settings] to [Disconnect]] will appear... Select [OK] to terminate the connection...

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Select [OK] to proceed to the next screen... Stay on the displayed screen...

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To set the time on more than one receiver camera, repeat Step 2 and 3 for all the receiver cameras... The number of receiver cameras detected is displayed on the sender camera screen...

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Check the number of receiver cameras that are connected, and then select [OK]... The next screen is displayed once the time is synchronized...

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Responding to Error Messages Troubleshooting Guide Wireless Function Notes Security Checking Network Settings

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If transmitter errors are displayed on the camera's LCD monitor, refer to the examples of corrective actions in this section to eliminate the cause of the error... When an error has occurred, the lamp on the transmitter blinks and the error code number is shown on the LCD panel... You can also check error details by accessing [ : WFT settings] [Error description] in the menu... Click the error code number in the following table to jump to the corresponding page...

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Are there enough addresses for assignment by the DHCP server? Increase the number of addresses that can be assigned by the DHCP server... Remove devices whose IP addresses are assigned by the DHCP server from the

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This error occurs if you enter a wrong password when the authentication method for encryption is set to [Open system]... Make sure to set a correct password for the transmitter by verifying the uppercase and lowercase letters used in it ( )...

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Change the transmitter's IP address to avoid using the same address as another device on the network... Otherwise, change the IP address of the device that has a duplicated address...

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This error occurs if the encryption keys do not match when the authentication method for encryption is set to [Open system]... The encryption key is case-sensitive... Make sure to enter the correct encryption key for authentication on the transmitter by verifying the uppercase and lowercase letters used in it ( )...

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Is the FTP server working correctly? Configure the computer correctly to function as an FTP server... If applicable, obtain the FTP server's address setting and port number from your

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Does your network include a router or similar device that serves as a gateway? If applicable, obtain the network gateway address from your network administrator

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sensitive... Make sure to enter the correct login name for the transmitter by verifying the uppercase and lowercase letters used in it ( )...

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Do the user rights allow access to the target folder on the FTP server? Set the user rights for accessing the target folder on the FTP server to allow the

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The encryption key is case-sensitive... Make sure to enter the correct encryption key for authentication on the transmitter by verifying the uppercase and lowercase letters used in it ( )...

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The encryption key is case-sensitive... Make sure to enter the correct encryption key for authentication on the transmitter and the access point by verifying the uppercase and lowercase letters used in it ( )... Note that Error 41 is displayed when the authentication for encryption is set to [Open system] ( )...

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Are you trying to establish a connection near the access point? Try establishing the connection when both devices are within reach of each other...

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Allow the transmitter to cool down by shielding it from direct sunlight... Once the transmitter cools down, the transmitter automatically attempts to reconnect...

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If the transmitter runs in wireless mode for an extended period of time under a high- temperature environment, the transmitter heats up, causing wireless operation to be interrupted with Error 83 displayed ( )...

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To establish connection in infrastructure mode, use of 5 GHz channels and an IEEE 802... 11ac-compliant access point are recommended... If you use channels on the 2... 4 GHz band, sufficient transmission rates may not be secured for communication... To establish connection in camera access point mode, using channels in the 5 GHz bandwidth is recommended... If you use channels in the 2... 4 GHz bandwidth, the performance may not be as good as expected... If the communication speed is too slow, using infrastructure mode is recommended... Some of the channels are not available for wireless LAN communication depending on the laws and regulations of the area where the product is used... For details, see "Wireless LAN Restrictions" in the instructions that are provided with the product...

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Interception of communication Third parties with malicious intent may intercept the wireless LAN communication and may attempt to acquire the data being transmitted... Unauthorized network access Third parties with malicious intent may gain unauthorized access to your network, attempting to steal, modify, or destroy your data... Additionally, you could fall victim to other types of unauthorized access, such as impersonation (where someone assumes an identity to gain access to unauthorized information) or springboard attacks (where someone gains unauthorized access to your network as a springboard to cover their tracks when infiltrating other systems)...

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macOS Open [Terminal] on macOS... Type ifconfig -a and press the Return key... The IP address assigned to the computer is indicated in the [enX] item (X: number) next to [inet], in the format ***... ***... ***... ***... * For information about [Terminal] see the Help menu on macOS...

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Using the Virtual Keyboard Configuring 802... 1X Authentication Configuring the IPv6 Addresses Using a USB Power Adapter to Charge/Power the Camera Specifications

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(1) Input area, for entering text (2) Cursor keys, for moving in the input area (3) Current no... of characters/no... available (4) Keyboard (5) Switch input modes (6) Space (7) Delete a character in the input area (8) Finish the text entry

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To connect to a network requiring 802... 1X authentication, configure the following settings prior to connection... Save the certificate required for the 802... 1X authentication method to the card inserted in the camera in advance ( )...

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For the procedure hereinafter, follow the instructions displayed on the screen...

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To use IPv6 addresses, you need to configure the settings manually...

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To set the IP addresses manually, select [Enable]... [DNS server] will be set to [Manual setting] and you will be able to specify [DNS address], [Manual address], [Prefix length], and [Gateway]...

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Select an item and display the virtual keyboard... Use the virtual keyboard to enter an IP address...

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Using USB Power Adapter PD-E1, you can charge LP-E6NH or LP-E6N without removing it from the transmitter... The camera can also be powered...

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To power the camera without charging, set the camera power switch to ... Note that during auto power off, the battery is charged... To change from powering the camera to charging, set the camera power switch to ...

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When batteries are depleted, the adapter charges them... In this case, power is not supplied to the camera... To protect the battery pack and keep it in optimal condition, do not charge it continuously for more than 24 hours... If the charging lamp fails to light up at the beginning of the charging or a problem occurs during charging (shown by the charge lamp blinking in green), unplug the power cord, remove and reinsert the battery, and wait a few minutes before plugging it in again... If the problem persists, take the camera to the nearest Canon Service Center... The charging time required and the amount charged vary depending on ambient temperature and remaining capacity... For safety, charging in low temperatures takes longer...

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Batteries are not charged if LP-E6 or DR-E6 is inserted with a battery that can be charged on the other side... Power is not supplied over USB while it is being supplied from an AC adapter... The battery for the transmitter is not charged unless there is a battery on the camera side... Power over USB is only supplied to the camera... The transmitter is not powered this way...

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You can select which battery to charge first, in consideration of the different purposes of batteries on the left and right of the transmitter...

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Transmission method OFDM modulation (IEEE 802... 11ac 2x2 MIMO/ac/a/g/n 2x2 MIMO/n), DS-SS modulation (IEEE 802... 11b)

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All the data above is based on Canon's testing standards and CIPA (Camera & Imaging Products Association) testing standards and guidelines... Transmitter specifications and appearance are subject to change without notice...

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Microsoft and Windows are trademarks or registered trademarks of Microsoft Corporation in the United States and/or other countries... App Store and macOS are trademarks of Apple Inc... , registered in the U... S... and other countries... Google Play and Android are trademarks of Google LLC... IOS is a trademark or registered trademark of Cisco in the U... S... and other countries and is used under license... The Wi-Fi CERTIFIED logo and the Wi-Fi Protected Setup mark are trademarks of the Wi-Fi Alliance... WPS used on camera settings screens and in this guide stands for Wi-Fi Protected Setup... UPnP is a trademark of the UPnP Implementers Corporation... All other trademarks are the property of their respective owners...

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