Canon EOS-1V user manual

User manual for the device Canon EOS-1V

Device: Canon EOS-1V
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Date of adding : 2013-08-27 15:15:01
Number of pages: 143
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COVER, P002, 143 (E) 28-01-2003 09:43 Pagina 1
CANON INC. 30-2, Shimomaruko 3-chome, Ohta-ku, Tokyo 146-8501, Japan
U.S.A. CANON U.S.A., INC.
For all inquiries concerning this camera, call toll free in the U.S. 1-800-828-4040
or write to: Customer Relations, Canon U.S.A., Inc.
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CANADA CANON CANADA INC. HEADQUARTERS
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COVER, P002, 143 (E) 28-01-2003 09:44 Pagina 2 Memo 143

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SEC.00 P003-012 (E) 28-01-2003 10:05 Pagina 3 Thank you for purchasing a Canon product. The EOS-1V is a high-performance autofocus single-lens reflex camera equipped with high-precision Area AF. Photograph a wide variety of subjects under almost any condition. Let the camera do everything automatically or take full control. In any case, operation is simple with the electronic dials. Before taking pictures, read this instruction booklet and familiarize yourself with your new camera. ■Symbols

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SEC.00 P003-012 (E) 28-01-2003 10:05 Pagina 4 Contents Handling Precautions ................................................................6 Nomenclature............................................................................8 Conventions Used in this Instruction Booklet..........................12 Before You Start ..............................................................13 1 Basic Operation.......................................................................14 Installing the Bat

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SEC.00 P003-012 (E) 28-01-2003 10:05 Pagina 5 Contents Setting the Film Speed Manually.............................................73 Multiple Exposures............................................................74 Bulb Exposures .......................................................................76 1 Single-Frame and Continuous Shooting .................................77 Self-timer Operation ................................................................79 Depth-of-field Preview.......

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SEC.00 P003-012 (E) 28-01-2003 10:05 Pagina 6 Handling Precautions Camera Care and Storage (1) The camera is a precision instrument. Do not drop it or subject it to physical shock. (2) This camera is not waterproof and cannot be used underwater. If the camera gets really wet, promptly consult your nearest Canon Service Center. Wipe off any water droplets with a dry cloth. If the camera has been exposed to salty air, wipe with a well-wrung damp cloth. (3) Do not leave the camera in places pro

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SEC.00 P003-012 (E) 28-01-2003 10:05 Pagina 7 Handling Precautions LCD Displays In time, the camera's LCD panel display and the LCD display in the viewfinder may fade and become difficult to read. If this happens, have it replaced (at cost) by a Canon Service Center. At low temperatures, the LCD display response may become slower. And at 60˚C or higher temperatures, the display may blacken. In either case, the display will return to normal at room temperature. Lithium Batteries (1) The camer

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SEC.00 P003-012 (E) 28-01-2003 10:05 Pagina 8 Nomenclature • Reference page numbers are indicated in parentheses. • In the text, camera controls are indicated by their respective icons. Focusing screen (→p.127) Lens mount Reflex mirror (→p.81) Lens mount index (→p.21) Self-timer lamp (→p.79) Lens lock pin Shutter button (→p.14) Lens release button (→p.21) Depth-of-field preview button (→p.80) Grip (Battery chamber) (→p.19) Camera back lock release Grip screw button (→p.25) (→p.19) Camera bac

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SEC.00 P003-012 (E) 28-01-2003 10:05 Pagina 9 Nomenclature Eyepiece shutter lever (→p.80) Flash-sync contacts Hot shoe <> LCD panel illumination button (→p.82) <> Shooting mode button (→p.30) LCD panel (→p.10) <> Metering <> Exposure mode button / < > compensation button / Flash exposure Aperture button (→p.67/65) compensation button <> FE lock button / (→p.50 / 89) Multi-spot metering button <> AF mode (→p.87/53) button (→p.34) <> Main Dial <> Film (→p.15) advance mode button (→p.77) Strap

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SEC.00 P003-012 (E) 28-01-2003 10:06 Pagina 10 Nomenclature LCD Panel Aperture setting ( ~ ) Shutter speed ( ~ ) DEP points ( , ) Bulb ( ) AEB amount ( ~ ) Bulb exposure time ( ~ ) Focusing point selection mode(, , ) Depth-of-field AE ( ) Custom Function setting ( ~ ) Focusing point selection mode ( , ) Custom Function group ( ~ ) ISO film speed ( ~ ) ISO film speed stops ( ~ ) Custom Function No. ( ~ ) Date* ( ~ ) FE lock indicator ( ) User-settable No. (Film ID) ( ~ ) Date* ( ~ ) Personal

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SEC.00 P003-012 (E) 28-01-2003 10:06 Pagina 11 Nomenclature Viewfinder Information Area AF ellipse Focusing points Spot metering Exposure level circle indicator Frame Laser-matte counter screen Frame countdown icon Manual exposure icon In-focus indicator AE lock indicator Flash-ready indicator Correct exposure index Exposure level FE lock underexposure warning increments : 1 stop High-speed sync indicator (FP flash) : 1/3 stop Overexposure indicator Shutter speed display ( ~ ) Flash overexpo

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SEC.00 P003-012 (E) 28-01-2003 10:06 Pagina 12 Conventions Used in this Instruction Booklet • In this booklet, the < > icon indicates the Main Dial, < > is the Quick Control Dial, < > is the main switch, and < > is the Quick Control Dial switch. • All the operations described in this booklet assume that the < > switch is already set to < >. Before proceeding with any operation, first turn the < > switch to < > or < >. • For < > dial operations, make sure the < > switch is set to < >. • This

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SEC.01 P013-028 (E) 28-01-2003 10:20 Pagina 13 This chapter explains a few preliminary steps and basic operations of the EOS- 1V which you should know before you start taking pictures. If you will be using the camera for the first time, read this chapter first. If you are familiar with the basic operations of EOS cameras and want to start using the camera right away, see “Quick Start with Program AE” on page 29. Before You Start 1 Attaching the Strap Pass the end of the strap through the cam

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SEC.01 P013-028 (E) 28-01-2003 10:20 Pagina 14 Basic Operation Main Switch The camera operates only after the < > switch is turned on. This switch has three settings: <>: The camera does not operate. Set to this position when not using the camera. <> : To turn on the camera, set to this position. <> : This is the same as < > except that it also enables the beeper to sound in the following cases: • Focus is achieved in One-Shot AF mode. • Focus is achieved with manual focus. Shutter Button Y

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SEC.01 P013-028 (E) 28-01-2003 10:20 Pagina 15 Basic Operation Halfway pressing When the shutter button is pressed halfway, autofocusing (AF) is activated to focus the subject. Autoexposure (AE) metering is also turned on to set the correct shutter speed and aperture which are displayed in the viewfinder and on the LCD panel for ( 6 ). Complete pressing This releases the shutter and takes the picture. After the frame is exposed, the camera advances the film automatically. Using the Electroni

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SEC.01 P013-028 (E) 28-01-2003 10:20 Pagina 16 Basic Operation 2. After pressing a button, turn the < > dial. When a button is pressed, its function remains active for 6 or 16 seconds. You then look at the LCD panel and turn the < > dial during this time. After the function turns off or when you press the shutter button halfway again, the camera will be ready to take a picture. Buttons which turn on for 6 or 16 seconds are indicated in this instruction booklet with the following icons: () 6

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SEC.01 P013-028 (E) 28-01-2003 10:20 Pagina 17 Basic Operation There are three ways to use the < >: 1. While holding down a button, turn the < > dial. 2. After pressing and releasing a button, turn the < > dial. 3. Just turn the < > dial. Look at the LCD panel to confirm the setting. To restore the button's function or to ready the camera for picture taking, turn the < > dial. The < > is used to set the following: 1. Real-time exposure compensation 2. Aperture 3. Flash exposure compensation

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SEC.01 P013-028 (E) 28-01-2003 10:20 Pagina 18 Basic Operation Resetting the camera to the default settings Open the side door and press the <> button. This will reset the camera to the default settings shown in the table below. Shooting mode <> Program AE AF mode One-Shot AF Metering mode Evaluative Film advance mode Single Focusing point selection Automatic Multiple exposures Canceled Exposure compensation 0 Flash exposure compensation 0 AE lock Canceled FE lock Canceled AEB Canceled Custo

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SEC.01 P013-028 (E) 28-01-2003 10:20 Pagina 19 Installing the Battery and Checking the Battery Level Installing the Battery The battery is housed in the camera grip. Remove the grip to install one 2CR5 lithium battery. • For the EOS-1V HS, see page 115. Remove the grip. • Use a coin to turn and loosen the grip 1 screw as shown by the arrow in the figure. Slide off the grip downward. 1 2 Open the cover. 2 Install the battery. • Install the battery so that the battery 3 contacts are on the rig

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SEC.01 P013-028 (E) 28-01-2003 10:20 Pagina 20 Installing the Battery and Checking the Battery Level Checking the Battery Level Check the battery level after replacing the batteries or before using the camera. Turn the < > to < >. The battery level will be checked automatically and the LCD panel will then display one of the following battery level icons: : Battery level OK. : Keep spare battery handy. : Battery will soon be exhausted. : Replace with new battery. (→p.7) Battery Life (No. of R


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