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EOS KISS DIGITAL N (SILVER) EOS KISS DIGITAL N (BLACK) EOS DIGITAL REBEL XT (SILVER) EOS DIGITAL REBEL

XT (BLACK) EOS 350D DIGITAL (SILVER) EOS 350D DIGITAL (BLACK)

SERVICE MANUAL

Copyright 2005 Canon Inc.

PREFACE
This manual contains information for servicing the product, and has the following sections:

General Information
Provides the basic information needed to understand the product. (Operating instructions are not included. Refer to the products instruction book if necessary.)

Technical Information
Provides technical information about the mechanism and electronics of the product.

Repair Information
Provides information about ths tools and expendables required for disassembly, reassembly, adjustment and measurement of the product, and their locations and method of use.

Adjustments
No electrical adjustments for this product.

Parts Catalog Circuit Diagrams Software Information Appendix

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Trademarks The product names and company names described in this CD-ROM are the registered trademarks of the individual companies. Copyright Canon Inc. retains the copyright to all data contained on this CD-ROM. Reproduction, publication (including on the World Wide Web) alteration, translation into another language, or other use of the data in whole or part, contained on this CD-ROM without the written consent of Canon Inc., is prohibited. Copyright 2005 Canon Inc.

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CONTENTS
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1. FEATURES ..................................................................................................1 1.1 High precision and high image quality..................................................1 1.2 Compact and Lightweight Camera and Classy Design ........................1 1.3 Quick Shooting .....................................................................................1 1.4 User suggestions incorporated for enhanced performance .................2 1.5 EOS DIGITAL REBEL/300D DIGITAL's superior basic features and operation ease retained........................................................................2 1.6 Camera Direct Printing and DPOF .......................................................3 2. OVERVIEW ..................................................................................................4 2.1 EOS D REBEL XT / 350 D body ..........................................................4 2.2 Accessories ........................................................................................15 3. SPECIFICATIONS .....................................................................................16 4. NOMENCLATURE AND DIMENSIONS .....................................................44 4.1 Nomenclature .....................................................................................44 4.2 Dimensions.........................................................................................45 5. VISUAL INDICATORS ...............................................................................46 5.1 Viewfinder Informations......................................................................46 5.2 LCD Panel Information and Model Dial ..............................................47 5.3 Functional Display Screen..................................................................49 5.4 LCD Monitor Menus ...........................................................................50 6. CUSTOM FUNCTION ................................................................................55 6.1 Custom Function List..........................................................................55 7. PROGRAM DIAGRAMS.............................................................................56 7.1 Program Diagram ...............................................................................56 7.2 E-TTL II Program Diagram .................................................................56 8. SYSTEM ACCESSORIES COMPATIBILITY TABLES ..............................57 8.1 System Accessories ...........................................................................57 8.2 System Accessory Compatibility ........................................................58 9. AGREED ITEMS ........................................................................................59 9.1 Agreed Answers for User Support......................................................59 9.2 EF Lens Compatibility with the Built-in Flash Coverage.....................63 9.3 Cases and Accommodable Lenses....................................................66

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1. FEATURES
1.1 High precision and high image quality
Newly-developed, large, single-plate CMOS sensor 22.2 14.8 mm Effective angle of view: Equivalent to 1.6 normal EF lens focal length Effective pixels: Approx. 8.00 megapixels for high precision and high image quality DIGIC II imaging engine for high-precision and natural color reproduction at high speed Accurate auto white balance Optimum image-making features In Basic Zone modes, Parameter 1 is set automatically to produce vivid and sharp images Three user-settable parameter settings (4 parameters and 5 settings each) and monochrome mode White balance correction and white balance bracketing provided Complies to Design rule for Camera File System 2.0 and Exif 2.21 which support Adobe RGB Noise reduction for long exposures

1.2 Compact and Lightweight Camera and Classy Design


126.5 (W) 94.2 (H) 64 (D) mm, 485 g Stylish and classy form with an air of high reliability Canon logo embossed and colored Compact body, yet easy to operate and hold Powered by a small and lightweight NB-2LH battery Thanks to its power-saving design, it can still take the same number of shots with the EOS DIGITAL REBEL/300D DIGITAL.

1.3 Quick Shooting


Startup time approx. 0.2 sec. Wide-area, high-speed, 7-point AF 3 shots/sec. max. continuous shooting speed Max. burst of approx. 14 shots for JPEG Large/Fine and approx. 5 shots for RAW With a Canon 512MB CF card 1/4000 sec. - 30 sec., bulb, X-sync at 1/200 sec. Selectable AF modes and metering modes Use the cross keys as a short cut to go to the AF mode and metering mode selection screen. High-speed writing to the CF card USB 2.0 Hi-Speed

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Compatible with all EF lenses including EF-S lenses Optimum lens is the EF-S18-55mm f/3.5-5.6 USM (equivalent to 29-89mm in 35mm format) Compatible with all EF lenses with no restrictions

1.4 User suggestions incorporated for enhanced performance


[Camera body] Silver and black models to be available from the sales start [Shooting features] User-selectable AF modes and metering modes Use the cross keys as a short cut to go to the AF mode and metering mode selection screen. Precision Matte focusing screen for easier manual focusing Flash exposure compensation provided High-precision, consistent flash exposures with E-TTL II E-TTL II autoflash control with the built-in flash or EOS-dedicated Speedlite C.Fn-9-1 enables E-TTL II averaged autoflash Improved automatic ISO speed setting in Basic Zone modes Built-in flash covers 17mm lens focal length Nine Custom Functions (24 settings) [Image-recording features] RAW+JPEG records separate RAW and Large/Fine JPEG images simultaneously. [Menu and playback features] Direct Print provided Single image display: With basic information, shooting information (Info), or without information Jump button to jump 10 or 100 images forward or back or jump by shooting date 15 menu interface languages [Accessories] Size-AA battery grip attachable

1.5 EOS DIGITAL REBEL/300D DIGITAL's superior basic features and operation ease retained
Excellent basic shooting and playback features Compatible with CF card Type I/II with 2GB or larger capacity Twelve shooting modes (seven Basic Zone modes and five Creative Zone modes) Three AF modes (One-Shot AF, AI SERVO AF, AI Focus AF) 35-zone metering sensor and three metering modes (evaluative, partial, centerweighted averaged) Three drive modes (Single, continuous, self-timer) Six JPEG recording modes, RAW, RAW+JPEG (Large/Fine)

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ISO 100, 200, 400, 800, 1600, ISO auto Eight white balance modes (Auto, six preset modes, manual) AE lock, exposure compensation, and AEB provided. Compatible with all features of EX-series Speedlites. Dioptric adjustment from -3 dpt to +1 dpt, depth-of-field preview, and LCD panel illumination provided Single image display, 9-image index display, magnified view, and auto play possible Image rotate, protect, erasing and auto image rotation possible LCD monitor brightness adjustable to 5 levels (gray chart displayed during adjustment) Compatible with NTSC/PAL video OUT Compatible with Wireless Remote Control RC-1/RC-5, and Remote Switch RS60E3 Superb basic operation ease and shooting priority retained Clear and easy operation with the Mode Dial, electronic dial, and cross keys Camera instantly becomes ready to shoot when you press the shutter button halfway even during menu display or image playback Camera controls and image display controls are concentrated on the camera back Menu display and playback-related controls are concentrated on the left of the camera back Icons for playback-related buttons are printed in blue

1.6 Camera Direct Printing and DPOF


Compatible with PictBridge, CP Direct, and Bubble Jet Direct Direct Print feature provided High-speed printing with a PictBridge-compatible BJ printer Compatible with DPOF printing specification

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2. OVERVIEW
2.1 EOS D REBEL XT / 350 D body
The EOS D REBEL XT / 350 D retains the EOS DIGITAL REBEL/300D DIGITAL's basic concept of being compact, lightweight, and easy to use. And now the EOS D REBEL XT / 350 D is even smaller and lighter and also incorporates high-end features that users have wanted. Operation ease has also been greatly improved at the same time. Table 001 compares the EOS D REBEL XT / 350 D and EOS DIGITAL REBEL/300D DIGITAL. (Shaded EOS D REBEL XT / 350 D specifications are superior to EOS DIGITAL REBEL/300D DIGITAL's.) The EOS D REBEL XT / 350 D's improvements over the EOS DIGITAL REBEL/300D DIGITAL are outlined below.
Table 001 Specifications Comparison of EOS D REBEL XT / 350 D and EOS DIGITAL REBEL/300D DIGITAL (1/2)
Specif ication Image sensor Ef f ective Pixels (Approx. megapixels) Image sensor Size (mm) Focal Length Conversion Factor Color Filter Type Recording Media Slot Type/Qty Recording Quality JPEG EOS D REBEL XT / 350 D CMOS 8.00 22.2 14.8 1.6 Primary colors Compact Flash CF TypeI, II/1 1. Large/Fine 2. Large/Normal 3. Middle/Fine 4. Middle/Normal 5. Small/Fine 6. Small/Normal 7. RAW+L/F 8. RAW 7. RAW (M/F embedded) Separate RAW and JPEG (L/F) images JPEG (M/F) embedded in RAW 8.00 4.15 2.00 8.00 6.30 2.80 1.60 6.30 6.30
22.7 15.1

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RAW RAW+JPEG Simultaneous Recording Recorded pixels [Approx. megapixels] Large Middle Small RAW sRGB Adobe RGB Setting

Recording System

Color Space

Processing Parameters

Items

Yes Yes (Exif 2.21) Yes Parameter 1, 2; Set 1 to 3, monochrome Parameter 1, 2; Set 1 to 3 Color: Contrast, sharpness, color saturation, color tone Contrast, sharpness, color saturation, Monochrome: Contrast, sharpness, f ilter color tone ef f ect, toning 2 GB and higher DIGIC Image sensor 1. Auto 2. Daylight 3. Shade 4. Cloudy, tw ilight, sunset 5. Tungsten light 6. White Fluorescent light 7. Flash 8. Custom 9. Color temperature Blue/amber bias: 9 levels Magenta/green bias: 9 levels 3 levels in 1-level increments Blue/amber bias Blue/amber bias Magenta/green bias 3 images w ith one shot 95% 0.8 21mm -3 to +1 dpt. Precision Matte Yes 7 Cross keys/Main dial EV 0.5 - 18 One-Shot/AI SERVO/AI FOCUS Yes
" " lights in AF point

Compatible Card Capacity Imaging processor System Settings White Balance WB Correction (Levels) Amount WB Bracketing Direction Shutter Release Coverage (Approx.) Magnif ication Eyepoint Dioptric Adjustment Focusing Screen Depth-of -f iield Preview AF Points AF Point Selection Brightness AF Mode AF Mode Selectable Superimposed Display 50 kph predictive AF [EF300mm f /2.8L IS USM, approx. m] AF-assist Beam Type

DIGIC II

View f inder

New Laser Matte

Main dial

Autof ocus

10 Stroboscopic flash

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Table 001 Specifications Comparison of EOS D REBEL XT / 350 D and EOS DIGITAL REBEL/300D DIGITAL (2/2)
Specification Sensor Zones Metering range [EV] Metering Modes Metering mode selectable Shooting Modes Exposure Control Basic Zone Creative Zone Exposure Compensation (increments and range) AEB (increments and range) AE Lock Evaluative metering Flash m etering mode Averaged metering Speeds Drive Modes Continuous shooting [fps] Max. B urst EOS DIGITAL REBEL/300D DIGITAL 35 EV 1 - 20 Evaluative, partial at center, centerw eighted averaged Yes 1. Full Auto, 2. Portrait, 3. Landscape, 4. Close-up, 5. Sports, 6. Night Portrait, 7. No Flash, 8. Program AE, 9. Shutter speed-priority AE, 10. Aperture-priority AE, 11. Manual, 12. Depth-of-field AE Auto 100, 200, 400, 800, 1600 2 in 1/3- or 1/2-stop inc. 2 in 1/3- or 1/2-stop inc. Yes E-TTL I Yes (C.Fn-8-1) 1/4000 sec. - 30 sec., bulb, X=1/200 Single/Continuous/Self-timer One-Shot AI SERVO JPEG RAW Built-in Flash Guide N (ISO 100, m) o. Coverage (Angle of view , mm) Flash Exposure Compensation FE Lock Screen Size Pixels displayed (Approx.) Display Modes Histogram/Highlight alert Playback Zoom-in magnification (Approx.) Jump display Image Rotation Image Protection Menu Interface Language Custom Functions [Qty/settings] Recording DCF[ Ver.] format Exif [ Ver.] PictBridge (PTP) Compatiblity Direct CP/BJ Direct Compatibility Printing/Printing Direct Print DPOF[ Ver.] USB[ Ver.] External Video OUT (NTSC/PAL) Interface Remote Control Terminal Wireless Remote Control Startup Time (sec.) Possible Shots (20, FA50%) Batteries AC Power Power Source Date/Time Backup Battery Battery Grip Material Exterior Color LCD Panel Illumination EF-S Lens Compatibili ty 126.5 94.2 64 485 3 3 14 (Large/Fine) 5 13 17 2 in 1/3- or 1/2-stop inc. Yes 1.8 115,000 Single image (basic info/info/no info)/Index Yes 1.5 - 10 7 (10 images/100 images/Date) Yes (90, 270) Yes 15 9/24 2.0 2.21 Yes Yes Yes 1.1 2.0 Hi-Speed Yes Yes (RS-60E3) Yes (RC-1, RC-5) 0.2 400 (NB-2LH) NB-2LH Yes CR2 016 BATTERY GRIP BG-E3 (size-AA batteries compatible) BG-E1 (Incompatible with size-AA batteries) 2.8 400 (BP-511) BP-511A/BP-514/BP-511/BP-512 1.1

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ISO Speed

2 in 1/3- stop inc. 2 in 1/3- stop inc. E-TTL

Shutter

Drive

2.5 2.5 4 4 18

LCD Monitor

115,000 (Total pixels: 118,000) Single image (basic info/info)/Index

Yes (10 images)

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Exterior

Chassis Material Dimensions (W H D, mm) Weight [g]

Plastic Silver/Black Yes Yes Stainless steel + Plastic 142 99 72.4 560

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EOS D REBEL XT / 350 D

EOS DIGITAL REBEL/300D DIGITAL

Fig. 001 EOS D REBEL XT / 350 D exterior comparison with EOS DIGITAL REBEL/300D DIGITAL

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1) Image Recording
(1) Large, single-plate CMOS sensor with approx. 8.00 megapixels The newly-developed CMOS sensor has approx. 8.00 effective megapixels and an image size of 22.2 mm 14.8 mm. (Effective angle of view : the focal length conversion factor is 1.6x.) (2) DIGIC II imaging engine DIGIC II imaging engine for high-precision and highspeed natural color reproduction.

Fig. 002 CMOS sensor

(3) Better RAW+JPEG images handling Table 002 Recording quality and pixels With the EOS DIGITAL REBEL/300D DIGITAL, Recorded Pixels Recording Quality (Approx.) dedicated software was required to extract the JPEG (Middle/Fine) image embedded in the RAW. Large 8.00 megapixels Medium 4.15 megapixels But with the EOS D REBEL XT / 350 D, the RAW Small 2.00 megapixels and JPEG (Large/Fine) images are simultaneously RAW 8.00 megapixels saved in the CF card. You can also select only the RAW image. As with the EOS 20D, the extension of EOS D REBEL XT / 350 D RAW images is indicated by the CR2. (4) Complies to Design rule for Camera File System 2.0 and Exif 2.21 supporting Adobe RGB The camera complies to Design rule for Camera File System 2.0 and Exif 2.21, updated to support Adobe RGB. When you use software compatible with Exif 2.21, images captured with the EOS D REBEL XT / 350 D will open automatically in the Adobe RGB color space. Also, when you use a printer which complies to Exif 2.21, the printer will suitably adjust the color saturation of the print.

Fig. 003 Recording quality setting screen

(5) Faster writing to CF card With DIGIC II and an improved CF card writing process, data writing is faster than with the EOS DIGITAL REBEL/300D DIGITAL.

2) Image Processing
(1) White balance feature [1] White balance correction A feature also found in the EOS 20D, this is a digital color filter that works like an LB (light balancing) filter or cc (color compensating) filter. Both the 1. Blue/amber bias and 2. Magenta/green bias can be set up to 9 levels.
Fig. 004 WB correction/BKT screen

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[2] White balance bracketing (WB-BKT) In addition to the blue/amber bias adjustment provided by the EOS DIGITAL REBEL/300D DIGITAL, the EOS D REBEL XT / 350 D also provides a new magenta/green bias adjustment that acts like a color compensating filter. One shot yields three images having a different bias setting. WB-BKT can also be used in combination with white balance correction. [3] Auto/Preset white balance With DIGIC II, auto white balance is more stable than the EOS DIGITAL REBEL/300D DIGITAL at high ISO speeds. Also, when the color temperature information is transmitted when the built-in flash or 580EX is fired, the flash white balance and auto white balance with flash in dark environments yield better results.
Fig. 005 WB setting screen

(2) Processing parameters [1] Parameter 1 for vivid and sharp images, and Parameter 2 geared for post-processing As with the EOS DIGITAL REBEL/300D DIGITAL, Parameter 1 and Parameter 2 are provided. Parameter 1 sets the Contrast, Sharpness, and Color saturation to +1. Parameter 2 sets the Contrast, Sharpness, Color saturation, and Color tone to 0. Sharpness is still applied, however, to a degree that still provides adequate leeway for post-processing. Parameter 1 is set automatically in Basic Zone modes. In Creative Zone modes, Parameter 1 (default) or 2 can be selected. [2] Monochrome mode As with the EOS 20D, in addition to Parameters 1 and 2 and Sets 1, 2, and 3, there is the new Monochrome mode. You can set the contrast and sharpness up to 5 levels, filter effects (none, yellow, orange, red, green), and toning (none, sepia, blue, purple, green).
Fig. 006 Monochrome setting screen

(3) ISO Speed [1] ISO speed setting range As with the EOS DIGITAL REBEL/300D DIGITAL, the EOS D REBEL XT / 350 D provides ISO 100, 200, 400, 800, and 1600.

Fig. 007 ISO speed setting screen

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[2] ISO auto As with the EOS 20D, the basic ISO auto setting has been changed to ISO 400. This obtains good image quality and avoids camera shake. The background scene behind the subject in a flash photo will also look brighter. (4) Noise reduction The EOS D REBEL XT / 350 D already obtains better image quality than with the EOS DIGITAL REBEL/300D DIGITAL. To improve image quality of long exposures even more, a Custom Function for long exposure noise reduction is provided.

3) Shooting Functions
(1) Autofocus [1] AF sensor The EOS D REBEL XT / 350 D uses the same 7-point AF sensor as the EOS DIGITAL REBEL/300D DIGITAL. The brightness range required for focusing is EV 0.5 to 18. The AF speed and predictive AF performance are the same as the EOS DIGITAL REBEL/300D DIGITAL's. With an EF300mm f/2.8L IS USM lens, it can focus track a subject approaching at a speed of 50 kph up to about 10 meters away. [2] User-selectable AF modes In the Creative Zone modes, the user can now select the AF mode (One-Shot AF, AI Focus AF, or AI SERVO AF).

Fig. 008 AF sensor

Fig. 009 AF mode selection screen

[3] AF point selection The AF point can be selected manually Automatic selection with the cross keys on the back of the camera or with the electronic dial. The Automatic Automatic AF point selection operation with the selection selection cross keys is the same as with the EOS ELAN 7NE/ELAN 7N/30V/33V. With the electronic dial, it is the same as the Automatic selection EOS DIGITAL REBEL/300D DIGITAL. Fig. 010 AF point selection method With C.Fn-1-4, you can use the cross keys to select the AF point directly without having to press the AF point selector first. The AF points have a superimposed display like the EOS DIGITAL REBEL/300D DIGITAL. The dot in the middle of the AF point lights up.

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(2) Drive [1] Continuous shooting speed The maximum continuous shooting speed is approx. 3 fps in both the One-Shot AF and AI SERVO AF modes. [2] Maximum burst Recording quality Large/Fine: Approx. 14 shots, RAW: Approx. 5 shots, RAW+Large Fine: Approx. 4 shots. The current maximum burst is always displayed at the viewfinder bottom.
Note: With a Canon 512MB CF card.

(3) Shutter The camera has a newly-developed, compact shutter. The shutter speed range is the same as the EOS DIGITAL REBEL/300D DIGITAL: 30 sec. to 1/4000 sec., bulb, and X-sync at 1/200 sec. (4) Exposure control The shooting modes, 35-zone metering sensor, metering modes (evaluative, partial, centerweighted averaged) are the same as the EOS DIGITAL REBEL/300D DIGITAL's.

Fig. 011 Metering mode selection screen

Fig. 012 Mode Dial

Fig. 013 Metering sensor

(5) Viewfinder The focusing screen is a Precision Matte screen which makes it easier to see the point of focus during manual focusing. The differences between this Precision Matte screen and the one found in the EOS 20D are shown below. [Focusing ease]: EOS D REBEL XT / 350 D < EOS 20D [Viewfinder brightness]: EOS D REBEL XT / 350 D > EOS 20D As for the viewfinder information, a flash exposure compensation indicator and red-eye reduction indicator have been newly added. Everything else is the same as the EOS DIGITAL REBEL/300D DIGITAL's viewfinder.

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(6) Built-in flash When the built-in flash or an EX-series Speedlite is used, E-TTL II autoflash takes effect to obtain high-precision and consistent flash exposures. The coverage of the built-in flash matches the 17mm angle of view. Guide No. 13 (ISO 100 in meters) remains the same as the EOS DIGITAL REBEL/300D DIGITAL's. Fig. 014 Built-in flash popped up Also, the distance between the lens' optical axis and the center of the built-in flash is 5.5 mm longer than with the EOS DIGITAL REBEL/300D DIGITAL's. This further reduces the incidence of red eye and reduces the chances of the lens barrel obstructing the coverage of the built-in flash. Note that the EOS D REBEL XT / 350 D now has flash exposure compensation. With the built-in flash or an EX-series Speedlite, the flash exposure compensation can be set up to 2 stops in 1/3- or 1/2-stop increments. (7) Compatibility with EF-S lenses It is compatible with all EF lenses, including EF-S lenses.

4) Image playback
(1) Single image As with the EOS 20D, each time you press the Info button during image playback, the display mode will change as follows: Single image (with basic information), shooting information (Info), and single image (without information). (2) Jump display With previous models, when you pressed the Jump button during single image playback or magnified view, the display would jump 10 images (9 images during index display) forward or backward. With the EOS D REBEL XT / 350 D, when you press the Jump button during single image playback, you can also jump 100 images forward or back or jump by the shooting date. These three jump options can be selected with the top or bottom cross keys during single image playback. Then you press the left or right cross key to jump forward or back. Other image playback-related specifications are the same as the EOS DIGITAL REBEL/300D DIGITAL's.

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5) Design
The following design concepts were incorporated to create "a new digital SLR shape." [Stylish] Stylish design to appeal to a wide segment of users. Establishes an EOS Identity that does not get lost in the crowd of competing models. [Compact] The smallest camera body in its class for better portability and excellent handling. Compact and easy to use, and excellent holding comfort. [Advanced] High-quality look and feel with an air of Fig. 015 EOS D REBEL XT / 350 D size comparison with high reliability for the most critical EOSDIGITAL REBEL/300D DIGITAL users. Retains the EOS DIGITAL REBEL/300D DIGITAL's excellent basic design while incorporating a more refined look. As with the EOS 20D, the EOS D REBEL XT / 350 D's Canon logo is embossed and colored. It further enhances the Canon brand.

6) Startup time
Thanks to the DIGIC II, a revamped startup sequence, and shorter startup processes, the startup time has been shortened to approx. 0.2 sec.

7) Operation ease
The camera retains the basic operation ease of the EOS DIGITAL REBEL/300D DIGITAL and places top priority on shooting. In the Creative Zone modes, when you press a cross key while the camera is on standby, you can call up the respective menu directly. This makes it faster to set a menu setting. Top cross button: ISO speed setting Right cross button: AF mode selection Bottom cross button: White balance setting Left cross button: Metering mode selection Also, the EOS D REBEL XT / 350 D has a new Direct Print button (also functions as the LCD panel illumination button) on the back.

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8) Menu functions
As with the EOS DIGITAL REBEL/300D DIGITAL, the menu uses tabs to make scrolling unnecessary. You use the cross keys to select the desired setting and press the SET button to register the setting. The EOS D REBEL XT / 350 D has a second shooting menu screen for a total of five menu Fig. 016 Menu screen (Shooting 1) screens: [Shooting 1 and 2], [Playback], [Setup 1 and 2]. In the Basic Zone modes, Shooting 2 and a part of Setup 2 menus are not displayed. Menu operation is also possible even while images are being written to the CF card after continuous shooting.
Note: For details on menu items, see pages 50 to 54.

Table 003 Menu Functions


Shooting 1 Quality Red-eye on/off Beep AF mode Metering Mode ISO speed Shooting 2 AEB Flash exp comp White balance WB SHIFT/BKT Custom WB Color space Parameters Playback Protect Rotate Print Order Auto Play Review time Setup 1 Auto power off Auto rotate LCD Brightness Date/Time File numbering Format Shoot w/o card Setup 2 Language Video system Communication Custom Functions(C.Fn) Clear settings Sensor clean. Firmware Ver.

New item Modified/consolidated item

Table 004 Custom Functions

9) Customization
Nine of the EOS 20D's Custom Functions deemed to be most useful for EOS D REBEL XT / 350 D users were selected and incorporated in the EOS D REBEL XT / 350 D.
Note: For details on the Custom Functions, see page 55.

10) Camera direct printing

C.Fn 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9

Custom Function SET button/Cross keys funct. Long exposure noise reduction Flash sync. speed in Av mode Shutter button/AE lock button AF-assist beam Exposure level increments Mirror lockup E-TTL ll Shutter curtain sync.

As with the EOS DIGITAL REBEL/300D DIGITAL, the EOS D REBEL XT / 350 D is compatible with PictBridge, CP Direct, and Bubble Jet Direct. DPOF print ordering for direct printing is also possible. The basic specifications for the above three direct printing methods are the same as with the EOS 20D.
Note: As with the EOS 20D, the EOS D REBEL XT / 350 D is compatible with high-speed printing when connected to a BJ printer via PictBridge.

The EOS D REBEL XT / 350 D also has the same Direct Print feature found in the latest PowerShot cameras. When the EOS D REBEL XT / 350 D is connected to a printer compatible with direct printing, you press the Direct Print button after the image is displayed while the lamp is blue.
Note: Unlike the PowerShot cameras, the EOS D REBEL XT / 350 D does not have a feature to transfer images directly to a personal computer.

Fig. 017 Direct Print button

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11) Interface
Since DIGIC II has been incorporated, the camera has USB 2.0 Hi-Speed to enable high-speed image transfers from the camera to a personal computer.

12) Power source and shooting capacity


The camera is powered by the small Battery Pack NB-2LH (same one for the PowerShot S60). Battery Grip BATTERY GRIP BG-E3 can use up to two NB-2LH battery packs or six size-AA batteries. Also, AC Adapter Kit ACK700 enables the camera to be powered by an AC power outlet. With a fully-charged NB-2LH, the EOS D REBEL XT / 350 D can take approx. 600 shots at 20C without flash or approx. 400 shots at 20C with 50% flash use. The NB-2LH (720 mAh) has only about 65% of the battery capacity of the EOS DIGITAL REBEL/300D DIGITAL's BP-511 battery (1100 mAh). However, thanks to the EOS D REBEL XT / 350 D's power-saving design, it can still take the same number of shots the BP-511 can provide the EOS DIGITAL REBEL/300D DIGITAL with.
Note: EOS DIGITAL REBEL/300D DIGITAL without flash: Approx. 600 shots, With 50% flash use: Approx. 400 shots.

The date/clock backup battery is the CR2016, the same one as the EOS DIGITAL REBEL/300D DIGITAL's. The backup battery is placed in the battery chamber also like the EOS DIGITAL REBEL/300D DIGITAL.

13) Dimensions and weight


Dimensions: 126.5 (W) 94.2 (H) 64 (D) mm Weight: 485 g
Note: Comparison with EOS DIGITAL REBEL/300D DIGITAL: W: -15.5 mm, H: -4.8mm, D: -8.4 mm, -75 g

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2.2 Accessories
1) Battery Grip BATTERY GRIP BG-E3
Dedicated, L-shaped battery grip with vertical shooting controls. It can accommodate two NB-2LH battery packs or six size-AA batteries fitted in a dedicated battery magazine. The batteries can be alkaline, Ni-MH lithium, or Oxyride.

2) Battery Pack NB-2LH


Lithium-ion battery pack with a 720mAh capacity. As with the BP-511A, the battery cover has a little hole whose orientation can be used to remind you whether the battery has been recharged or not.

Fig. 018 BATTERY GRIP BG-E3

Fig. 019 NB-2LH

3) Battery Charger CB-2LT/CB-2LTE


Dedicated battery charger for Battery Pack NB2LH. CB-2LT has a built-in power plug, and CB2LTE has a cord attached to the power plug. Both can recharge the NB-2LH in about 90 min.
Fig. 020 CB-2LT

4) AC Adapter Kit ACK700


This kit consists of Compact Power Adapter CA-PS700, DC Coupler DR-700, and power cord. The CA-PS700's plug is to be connected to the DR-700.

Fig. 021 ACK700

5) Semi-Hard Case EH18-L


Accommodates the camera with the EF-S18-55mm f/3.5-5.6 USM attached. Semi-hard case enabling quick shooting. Dimensions: 150 (W) 107 (H) 165 (D) mm Weight: 145 g
Fig. 022 EH18-L

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3. SPECIFICATIONS
1. Type 1-1 Type: 1-2 1-3 1-4 1-5 Compatible lenses: Lens mount: Lens restrictions: Lens focal length: Digital AF/AE single-lens reflex camera with built-in flash Canon EF and EF-S lenses Canon EF mount None Equivalent to 1.6 the normal lens focal length

2. Image Sensor 2-1 Type: 2-2 Image size: 2-3 Effective pixels: 2-4 Total pixels: 2-5 2-6 2-7 2-8 2-9 Pixel unit: Aspect ratio: Color filter type: Low-pass filter: Cleaning mode:

High-sensitivity, high-resolution, single-plate, CMOS sensor 22.2 mm 14.8 mm Approx. 8.00 megapixels: 3472 (H) 2312 (V) pixels Approx. 8.20 megapixels: 3520 (H) 2328 (V) pixels 6.4 m square 2:3 (Vertical : Horizontal) RGB primary color filters Fixed position in front of the image sensor Provided (1) With menu's "Sensor clean." (2) With battery pack or AC power. (3) When the battery pack's level becomes exhausted or size-AA batteries are used with the BATTERY GRIP BG-E3, cleaning is not possible. (4) Mirror goes up 0.5 sec. after [OK] is selected. (5) During cleaning (mirror lockup), "CLEAn" blinks on the LCD panel. (6) When the battery level becomes low, the following warnings continue: 1. Electronic beeper (Sounds even when disabled), 2. Battery level low icon blinks on LCD panel.

3. Recording System 3-1 Recording media: 3-2 Recording format:

Compact Flash (CF) card In accordance with the CF card format (1) Formatted with the menu's "Format." (2) Compatible with 2 GB and higher CF cards. The formatted CF card's volume name will be "EOS_DIGITAL."

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3-3 Image type:

Recording Quality Large Medium Small RAW Fine Normal Fine Normal Fine Normal

Recording Resolution 3456 2304 (Approx. 8.00 megapixels) 2496 1664 (Approx. 4.15 megapixels) 1728 1152 (Approx. 2.00 megapixels) 3456 2304 (Approx. 8.00 megapixels)

Compression System

JPEG

Lossless RAW

3-4 RAW+JPEG simultaneous recording: 3-5 File size and recording capacity:

RAW and JPEG (Large/Fine) images simultaneous recording.


Recording Quality Large JPEG Medium Small RAW+Large/Fine RAW Fine Normal Fine Normal Fine Normal Single Shot Size (Approx.) 3.3 1.7 2.0 1.0 1.2 0.6 8.3 Recording Capacity (Approx.) 145 279 245 466 419 790 41 58

* The above specifications are based on ISO 100 and Canon's testing standards. * Figures for the recording capacity apply to a 512 MB Compact Flash card. * The actual single shot file size and recording capacity depend on the subject, shooting mode, ISO speed, and processing parameters. * Since the monochrome file size is smaller than color images, the number of possible shots will be more.

3-6 Information recorded:

3-7 Recording format: 3-8 Folder setting:

3-9 File name:

Complies to Design rule for Camera File structure. The following is recorded when the image is captured: main, secondary (Exif information), manufacturer's, thumbnails information. Complies with Design rule for Camera File System 2.0 and Exif 2.21 Created automatically by the camera. The captured images are automatically assigned a file number from 0001 to 9999 and a folder number from 100 to 999. Up 100 images can be stored in each folder (except folders with 99 in last two digits of folder No. which stores up to 99 images). The file name, file number, and extension are attached as follows:
(Example) 1. For JPEG: sRGB File name File No. Extension

2. For JPEG: Adobe RGB (Example) 3. For RAW: sRGB (Example)

4. For RAW: Adobe RGB (Example)

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3-10 File No.:

3-11 Processing parameters:

(1) When Adobe RGB is set, the file name will start with an underbar (_). (2) The file extension for RAW images will be CR2 (Canon RAW 2nd Edition). The following two types of file numbers can be set: If file No. 9999 in folder No. 999 is captured, [Err CF] will be displayed even if the card still has room. If this happens, replace the CF card to restart from file No. 0001 in folder No. 100. (1) Continuous numbering The continuous numbering of captured images will continue even after you replace the camera's CF card. (2) Auto reset When you replace the camera's CF card, the numbering will be reset to start from IMG-0001. If the new CF card already contains images, the numbering will continue from the last recorded image in the CF card. Besides the standard processing parameters 1 and 2 applied by the camera automatically during the image recording, the user can register up to three sets of parameters. Black-and-white images can be captured with the monochrome setting.
Item Preset Parameter 1 Parameter 2 Set 1 Set 2 Set 3 Monochrome
* * * * *

Remarks Automatic setting for Basic Zone modes. Default settings for Creative Zone modes. "0" is set for all parameters. Contrast, sharpness, color saturation, color tone (5 levels each) Contrast (5 levels), sharpness (5 levels), filter effects, color tone

User Settings

Filter effects: N: None, Ye: Yellow, Or: Orange, R: Red, G: Green Color tone: N: None, S: Sepia, B: Blue, P: Purple, G: Green An image matched for the color space will also be created for monochrome shooting. During monochrome shooting, "B/W" will be displayed on the LCD panel. When C.Fn-1-2 is set, pressing the SET button will display the [Quality] menu.

3-12 Color space:

Selectable between sRGB and Adobe RGB. Settable with the menu's [Color space.]

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4. Recording Media Drive 4-1 Type: 4-2 Slots: 4-3 CF card access indicator: 4-4 Read error warning:

4-5 CF card initialization: 4-6 No CF card warning:

Accepts CF card Types I and II One slot with cover Blinking access lamp The respective error warning is displayed on the LCD panel, in the viewfinder, and on the LCD monitor, and the shutter release locks. Enabled (with menu's "Format"). Provided (1) [No CF card] is displayed on LCD monitor. (2) With the menu's "Shoot w/o card" the shutter release can be locked ([no CF] displayed in the viewfinder and LCD panel).

5. White Balance 5-1 Type:

5-2 Modes:

Auto white balance with the image sensor. Pressing the bottom cross key will display the [White Balance] menu. Basic Zone: Set automatically (AWB) Creative Zone: The WB modes below are selectable. The current mode can be checked on the display panel.
Auto WB Mode [1] Auto (AWB) [2] Daylight [3] Shade [4] Cloudy, twilight, sunset [5] Tungsaten light [6] White fluorescent light [7] Flash [8] Custom (MWB) * Color Temperature (Kelvin) Approx. 3000-7000 K Approx. 5200 K Approx. 7000 K Approx. 6000 K Approx. 3200 K Approx. 4000 K Approx. 6000 K Approx. 2000-1000 K

Preset

Manual

* Custom: First take a picture of a white subject serving as the white balance standard. Then set the custom WB mode on the on-screen menu and to specify that image.

5-3 White balance correction: The color temperature of the WB modes (all listed in 5-2) can be corrected as follows: Blue/amber bias: 9 levels Magenta/green bias: 9 levels Set with cross keys. White balance correction cannot be applied outside 2000K - 10000K. (Although it is settable, the effect is not guaranteed.) 5-4 White balance bracketing: Based on the color temperature of the current WB mode (among those listed in 5-2), WB bracketing for the "Setting/blue bias/amber bias" or "Setting/magenta bias/green bias" is executed up to 3 stops in whole-stop increments with a single shutter release.

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(1) The blue/amber bias and magenta/green bias cannot be set together. (2) One level of the blue/amber bias is equivalent to 5 Mireds of a color conversion filter. For the magenta/green bias, there is no equivalent in Mireds. (3) White balance correction cannot be applied outside 2000K - 10000K. (Although it is settable, the effect is not guaranteed.) (4) When set together with white balance correction, WB bracketing cannot be set to more than 9 levels. (5) White balance correction and AEB can also be set in combination with WB-BKT. (With AEB, 9 images will be saved to the CF card.) (6) WB-BKT does not work during RAW and RAW+JPEG shooting. (7) Since three images are recorded automatically with a single shot, the writing time to the CF card will take longer. 6. Viewfinder 6-1 Type: 6-2 Focusing screen: 6-3 Dioptric adjustment: 6-4 Eye point: 6-5 Coverage: 6-6 Magnification: 6-7 Viewfinder information:

[1]

[12]

[2][3][4][5][6] [7]

[8]

[9]

[10][11]

Eye-level SLR (with fixed pentamirror) Fixed Precision Matte Adjustable from -3.0 dpt to +1.0 dpt. 21 mm Approx. 95% vertically and horizontally (Coverage against JPEG Large) 0.8 (with 50 mm lens at infinity, -1 dpt) 1) On the screen [1] AF points (7) 2) Below the screen (Major information) [2] AE lock, FE lock, AEB in progress (blinks) [3] Flash ready, insufficient flash warning during FE lock (blinks) [4] High-speed sync (FP flash) [5] Flash exposure compensation [6] Red-eye reduction [7] Shutter speed (if camera shake occurs, it blinks), bulb (buLb), FE lock (FEL), processing data (buSY), built-in flash recycling (buSY) [8] Aperture (if unsuitable, it blinks)

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[9] Exposure level display: Exposure compensation, Manual exposure level, AEB level, Red-eye reduction lamp on time display [10] Max. burst [11] AF focus confirmation (blinks when focus cannot be achieved), MF focus confirmation [12] CF card full warning (FuLL CF), CF card error warning (Err CF), No CF card warning (no CF) 6-8 Mirror: Quick-return half mirror (Transmittance: reflectance ratio of 40:60) 6-9 Viewfinder blackout time: Approx. 170 ms at 1/60 sec. or faster speeds 6-10 Mirror lockup: Enabled with C.Fn-7-1. (1) Mirror locks up when the shutter button is pressed completely (SW-2). The shot is taken when the shutter button is let go and pressed completely again. (2) Mirror lockup duration: Max. 30 sec. after which the mirror returns. No exposure occurs. 6-11 Mirror cut-off: No mirror cut-off with lenses up to EF 600 mm f/4 6-12 Depth-of-field preview: Enabled with depth-of-field preview button (1) Enabled in Creative Zone modes only. (2) With Speedlite 580EX, 550EX, 420EX, MR14EX, or MT-24EX, pressing the depth-offield preview button fires a modeling flash. 6-13 Eyepiece shutter: None (Eyepiece cover provided on strap) 6-14 Misc.: Eyecup Ef provided 7. Autofocus 7-1 Type: 7-2 AF points: 7-3 Focusing modes:

TTL-CT-SIR CMOS sensor (TTL Cross Type secondary image Registration) 7 Press the right cross key to display the [AF Mode] menu. 1) Autofocus In the Creative Zone modes, the following three modes can be selected: [One-Shot AF] When focus is achieved, the AF operation stops and locks (AF lock). (1) AF-priority (The shutter can be released only when focus is achieved.) (2) During evaluative metering, AE lock is set when focus is achieved.

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(3) In metering modes other than evaluative metering, exposure metering continues in real-time until the shutter is released. (4) With applicable USM lenses, electronic ring manual focusing can be used after focus is achieved with One-Shot AF or if focus cannot be achieved with One-Shot AF. (5) Automatically set in the Portrait, Landscape, Close-up, and Night Portrait modes. [Predictive AI Servo AF] Tracks subject movement and focuses continuously until the start of exposure. (1) First shot during halfway pressing (SW-1): Creative Zone modes: Shutter-release priority (shutter releases after the lens drive stops during focusing). Sports, Full Auto, No Flash modes (AI Servo AF): AF priority (2) 2nd shot onward during continuous shooting: Shutter releases after the lens drive stops during subject tracking. (3) Set automatically in the Sports mode. Beeper provided, but no focus confirmation light. (4) Creative Zone modes: No beeper, no focus confirmation indicator (5) If focusing is impossible, the focus confirmation icon blinks. (6) With applicable USM lenses, electronic ring manual focusing can be used if focus cannot be achieved. [AI Focus AF] (Automatic switching between One-Shot/ Predictive AI Servo AF) When the AF point which achieved focus in the One-Shot AF mode detects subject movement, the AI Servo AF mode takes over. (1) Automatically set in the Full Auto and No Flash modes. (2) In the Basic Zone and Creative Zone modes, the beeper will sound when AI SERVO AF operates during the AI Focus AF mode. 2) Manual focus (MF) After the lens focus mode is switched to MF (or M), manual focusing is enabled with the focusing ring.

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(1) When focus is achieved, the focus confirmation icon and superimposed display lights up. (2) During automatic AF point selection, focus aid is provided for the seven AF points. During manual AF point selection, focus aid is provided for the selected AF point. (3) During continuous shooting, electronic ring manual focusing is enabled during the exposure. 7-4 Focusing point selection: 1) Automatic selection The camera selects the AF point automatically and focuses the subject. (1) In the One-Shot AF mode One of the seven AF points is selected automatically to focus the optimum subject. (2) In the AI Servo AF mode At the start of focusing, the center AF point focuses the subject. AI Servo AF continues even if the subject later moves away from the center AF point to another AF point. (3) Normally, it focuses the closest subject. (4) During automatic AF point selection, all AF points which achieve focus will flash via superimposed display. (5) Automatically set in the Basic Zone modes and A-DEP. 2) Manual AF point selection The AF point selected manually is used to focus. Settable in the Creative Zone modes (except A-DEP). 7-5 AF point selection After you press the AF point selector, use the operation: cross keys or electronic dial to select the AF point. (1) If you use a cross key to try and select an AF point beyond the top, bottom, left-most, or right-most AF point, automatic AF point selection will be set. (2) If you use the electronic dial and turn it clockwise, the AF point selection will loop in this sequence: Automatic selection, leftmost, left, top, center, bottom, right, rightmost, automatic selection... (If you turn the electronic dial counterclockwise, the sequence will be reversed.)

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7-6 AF point display: 7-7 AF activation: 7-8 AF operation speed: 7-9 Focus confirmation:

7-10 AF precision: 7-11 AF working range: 7-12 AF-assist beam:

(3) With C.Fn-1-4, you can use the cross keys to select the AF point directly while the metering is active. (The AF point selector sets automatic AF point selection, the SET button selects the center AF point, and the respective cross keys stops at the top, bottom, left-most, and right-most AF points.) (4) If C.Fn-1-4 is set, the cross keys' short-cut function will not work (ISO, AF, metering, WB). Indicated by superimposed display in the viewfinder and on the LCD panel. AF is activated by pressing the shutter button halfway (SW-1). Equal or faster than EOS DIGITAL REBEL/300D DIGITAL. Superimposed AF point displayed in viewfinder, focus confirmation lamp, and focus confirmation beeper. (1) In the Basic Zone and Creative Zone modes, the beeper will sound when AI SERVO AF operates during the AI Focus AF mode. Also, the beeper will sound in the Sports mode. (2) In Creative Zone modes, the beeper will not sound in the AI SERVO AF mode. (3) No focus confirmation indicator in the AI SERVO AF mode. (4) The focus confirmation beeper can be enabled or disabled with the menu's [Beep]. Same as the EOS DIGITAL REBEL/300D DIGITAL EV 0.5-18 (at 20C and ISO 100, under Canon's testing standards) Intermittent firing of built-in flash. (1) Effective range Approx. 4 m/13.1 ft at center, approx. 3.5 m/11.5 ft at periphery (2) Conditions for emission: In low light (EV 4 or lower at ISO 100), the AF-assist beam linked to the 7 AF points is emitted automatically. Not emitted in the Landscape, Sports, and Flash OFF modes. In a Creative Zone mode, emitted automatically when the built-in flash has been popped up manually.

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Emission can be disabled/enabled with C.Fn-5. (3) Emission time (1 burst), frequency, times (stops when the focus confirmation signal is detected.) Approx. 250 ms or less, approx. 28 Hz, Max. 8 times (4) With external EOS Speedlite The external Speedlite's AF-assist beam is used. With AF-assist-beam-equipped EOS Speedlites except 580EX, 550EX, 420EX, ST-E2, and 540EZ: Emitted only during AF point automatic selection or when the center AF point has been selected manually. (With a Speedlite other than the 580EX and 420EX, the AF-assist beam might not be emitted depending on the AF point selection. Or focus might not be achieved even if AF-assist beam is emitted. If this happens, use the center AF point to focus.) 8. Exposure Control 8-1 Type:

8-2 Exposure modes:

Max. aperture TTL metering with 35-zone SPC with the following selectable modes: (1) Evaluative metering (linked to all AF points) (2) Partial metering at center (approx. 9% of viewfinder) (3) Centerweighted average metering In the Basic Zone modes, (1) is set automatically. In the Creative Zone modes, (1) to (3) are selectable. Press the left cross key to display the [Metering Mode] menu. AF point-linked partial metering is not possible. 1) Program AE (shiftable) 2) Shutter-priority AE 3) Aperture-priority AE 4) Depth-of-field AE (A-DEP, non-shiftable) 5) Full Auto (Program AE/non-shiftable) 6) Programmed Image Control modes (6) Portrait, Landscape, Close-up, Sports, Night Portrait, Flash OFF 7) Manual exposure (including bulb)

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8-3 Metering range: 8-4 Exposure beyond range warning: 8-5 Exposure metering:

8-6 ISO Speed:

8) E-TTL II autoflash program AE C.Fn-8-0: Evaluative metering, C.Fn-8-1: Averaged metering EV 1-20 (at 20C with 50 mm f/1.4 lens at ISO 100, under Canon's testing standards) Shutter speed and aperture displays blink on the LCD panel and in the viewfinder. Activated when shutter button is pressed halfway (SW-1 ON). Metering time: Approx. 4 sec. before exposure and approx. 2 sec. after exposure. 1) Basic Zone modes: Automatically set by the camera.
Shooting Mode Full Auto Portrait Landscape Close-up Sports Night Portrait Flash Off AE Shooting Slower than 1/500 sec. or 1/500 sec. faster 400 100 - 400 100 100 - 400 400 100 - 400 400 400 100 - 400 400 100 - 400 With Built-in Flash 400 400 400 400 With External Speedlite 400 400 400 400 400 400

(1) In the Basic Zone modes, the ISO speed cannot be set manually. (2) During continuous shooting, the ISO speed does not change. (3) In the Landscape mode, if the shutter speed (Tv-auto) is faster than 1.25 times the reciprocal of lens focal length, ISO 100 is set. 2) Creative Zone modes: 100, 200, 400, 800, 1600 (1) In Creative Zone modes, the ISO speed cannot be set automatically. (2) Press the top cross key to display the [ISO speed] menu. 8-7 Exposure Compensation: 1) Manual exposure compensation (1) Setting method: Settable in Creative Zone modes (except Manual). (2) Bracketing range: Up to 2 stops in 1/2- or 1/3-stop increments.

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(3) Bracketing factor: See the bracketing factor used for the respective shooting mode below.
Shooting Mode Program AE Shutter-priority AE Aperture-priority AE Depth-of-field AE Manual Shutter Speed Yes Yes Yes Yes Aperture Yes Yes Yes

(4) AEB cancellation: Set the AEB amount to 0.


Note: If (1) and (2) are set in combination, the AEB amount will be shifted by the exposure compensation amount.

8-8 AE Lock:

2) AEB (Auto Exposure Bracketing) (1) Setting method: In the Creative Zone modes, set with the on-screen menu. During AEB: The AEB icon and AEB level on the LCD panel blinks, and the AE lock icon and AEB level blinks in the viewfinder. (2) Bracketing range: Up to 2 stops in 1/2- or 1/3-stop increments (3) Bracketing sequence: Standard exposure, decreased exposure, and increased exposure Taken in accordance with the drive mode. If the self-timer is used, the three bracketed shots will be exposed successively after the self-timer delay. May be used in combination with WBBKT. (In this case, nine images will be generated.) (4) Bracketing factor: Same as for 1). (5) AEB cancellation: Set the AEB amount to 0. 1) Auto AE lock In the One-Shot AF mode with evaluative metering, AE lock takes effect when focus is achieved. 2) Manual AE lock (1) Enabled with AE lock button. (Pressing the button again renews AE lock.) (2) No AE lock in Basic Zone modes.

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8-9 Multiple exposures: 9. Shutter 9-1 Type:

(3) During evaluative metering, AE lock centers on the selected AF point. During partial metering at the center or centerweighted averaged metering, AE lock centers on the center AF point. (4) When the built-in flash or an EX-series Speedlite is used, the AE lock button works as an FE lock button. Not possible

9-2 Shutter speeds:

9-3 Shutter release: 9-4 Shutter-release time lag:

Vertical-travel, mechanical, focal-plane shutter with all speeds electronically-controlled Mechanical shutter: 1st and 2nd shutter curtains both have dedicated magnet control. (Curtain speed: approx. 2.9 ms/ 15 mm) 1/4000 sec. to 30 sec. X-sync at 1/200 sec. Settable in 1/3- and 1/2-stop increments in shutter speed-priority AE and manual modes. For bulb exposures, the elapsed exposure time is displayed on the LCD panel. Max. continuous bulb exposure is approx. 2 hours. Soft-touch electromagnetic release 1) During SW-1 ON, time lag between SW-2 ON and start of exposure: Approx. 100 ms 2) Time lag between simultaneous SW-1/SW-2 ON and start of exposure: Approx. 240 ms
Note: Excludes the aperture stop-down time (up to 3.5 stops) and AF operation time.

9-5 Noise reduction:

9-6 Self-timer:

Set with C.Fn-02 [Long exposure noise reduction]. (1) At ISO 100 - 800: Works with shutter speeds 30 sec. or longer. (2) At ISO 1600: Works with shutter speeds 1 sec. or longer. (3) If the shutter speed is faster than the above, noise reduction will not be applied. (4) After the exposure ends, the same amount of time as the exposure is required for the noise reduction. 10-sec. delay (1) After starting, the self-timer is cancelable by pressing the drive button again. (2) With C.Fn-7-1 [Mirror lockup], the selftimer delay is 2 sec.

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9-7 Self-timer operation indicator:

9-8 Camera shake warning:

1) Red-eye reduction lamp (blinks for the first 8 sec., then lights for the remaining 2 sec.) 2) LCD panel (Frame counter counts down from 10 to 1 sec.) 3) Beeper (beeps at 2 Hz for the first 8 sec., then at 8 Hz for last 2 sec.) Provided in Full Auto and Programmed Image Control modes. If the shutter speed (Tv-auto) is 0 to 0.5 stops slower than the reciprocal of the lens focal length 1.25, the shutter speed display blinks.

10. Drive 10-1 Drive modes:

10-2 Continuous shooting:

10-3 Continuous shooting speed:

1) Single 2) Continuous 3) Self-timer/Remote control (1) Creative Zone modes: 1), 2), and 3) are settable. (2) Basic Zone modes: 1) or 2) set automatically depending on the shooting mode and 3) is settable. Continuous shooting with the internal buffer memory recording. The image-processing method switches automatically to suit the shooting conditions. (1) If the recording quality is JPEG, image processing is executed even during continuous shooting. (2) In the RAW, RAW+JPEG, and WB-BKT modes, image processing is not executed during continuous shooting. With Battery Pack NB-2LH
(Approx. max. shots/sec.) ONE SHOT / MF AI SERVO AF USM lens Non-USM lens 3.0

* All recording qualities if Tv=1/250 sec.

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10-4 Maximum burst:

With Canon 512 MB CF card


Recording Quality Large/Fine Large/Normal Medium/Fine Medium/Normal Small/Fine Small/Normal RAW+Large/Fine RAW Maximum Burst 14 36 27 110 80 780 4 5

* The maximum burst is displayed on the viewfinder bottom ("9" displayed if it is 9 shots or higher or "8" to "0" is displayed when it is less than 9). The max. burst is displayed even when the drive mode is Single or Self-timer. Also, note that the max. burst will be displayed even if there is no CF card installed. * In the B/W mode, the max. burst will be higher than when you shoot in color. * When the buffer memory becomes full, shooting will not be possible until at least one image in the internal memory is recorded onto the CF card. * Menu operations are possible during image processing.

10-5 Battery life:

1) With Battery Pack NB-2LH


Battery NB-2LH 1 Temperature At 20C At 0C Shooting Conditions AE 50%, FA 50% AE 100% Approx. 600 Approx. 400 Approx. 450 Approx. 350

2) With BATTERY GRIP BG-E3 Battery Pack NB-2LH


Battery NB-2LH 1 NB-2LH 2 At 20C At 0C Temperature Shooting Conditions AE 50%, FA 50% AE 100% Same as 1) Approx. 1200 Approx. 800 Approx. 900 Approx. 700

* Shooting conditions: Fully charged battery pack, EF50mm f/1.8 II, image review time 2 sec., and Large/Fine image quality, shot and recorded with MicroDrive 1GB. * Complies to CIPA testing standards.

10-6 Image review:

Image review time right after image capture is settable with the menu's [Review time]. (1) Settable to off, 2 sec., 4 sec., 8 sec., or Hold. (2) If you press the Info button during image review, you can switch the Info display on or off.

11. Built-in Flash 11-1 Type: 11-2 Guide No.: 11-3 Recycling time: 11-4 Flash-ready indicator:

11-5 Flash coverage: 11-6 Flash button:

Auto pop-up, retractable, built-in flash in the pentaprism Guide No. 13 (at ISO 100 in meters) Approx. 3 sec. Flash-ready indicator lights on in viewfinder When the flash recycles, the flash icon and "busy" are displayed and the shutter release locks. Up to 17 mm focal length (equivalent to 27 mm in 35 format) In Creative Zone modes, the button pops up the

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11-7 Firing conditions:

11-8 Flash sync speed:

11-9 Flash aperture:

flash. 1) Creative Zone modes After pop-up, fires at all times. 2) Basic Zone modes (except Landscape, Sports, Flash off) Auto pop-up and firing under low-light and backlit conditions. Max. X-sync speed 1/200 sec. (1) In Full Auto, Program, A-DEP, Portrait, and Close-up modes: Set automatically to 1/200 sec. to 1/60 sec. (2) In the Night Portrait mode: Set automatically to 1/200 sec. to 2 sec. (3) In Tv and M modes: Set manually to 1/200 sec. or slower. (4) In Av mode: Set automatically to 1/200 sec. to 30 sec. depending on the aperture setting. The flash aperture is set as shown below.
Shooting Mode [1] Program AE [2] Shutter-priority AE [3] Aperture-priority AE [4] Depth-of-field AE [5] Full Auto [6] Portrait [7] Close-up [8] Night Portrait [9] Manual Yes Av-Set Av-Auto E-TTL P Tv-AE Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Remarks

Yes The result is the same as [1]

f/2.8 restriction for max. aperture.

* In the Landscape, Sports, and Flash OFF modes, the built-in flash will not fire. With an external Speedlite, it will fire in the Landscape and Sports modes (same result as [1]).

11-10 Autoflash system: 11-11 Flash level control: 11-12 Flash exposure compensation:

E-TTL II autoflash Automatic flash output reduction for backlit conditions and daylight flash. 1) Setting precondition: In Creative Zone modes 2) Compensation amount: Up to 2 stops in 1/3or 1/2-stop increments Cancellation: Set exposure level to 0 3) Up to 2 stops in 1/3- or 1/2-stop increments. Flash exposure compensation for built-in flash and Speedlite can be set with the camera.

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11-13 Effective flash range:


ISO 100 200 400 800 1600

(m) EF-S 18-55mm F3.5-5.6 TELE : 55mm WIDE : 18mm 1 - 2.3 1 - 3.7 1 - 3.3 1 - 5.3 1 - 4.6 1 - 7.4 1 - 6.6 1 - 10.5 1 - 9.3 1 - 14.9

* If the focusing distance is shorter than 1 meter and no hood is attached to the lens, the flash will be partially obstructed by the lens barrel. * If you use a high ISO speed and the maximum aperture, overexposure may result. * The maximum range is calculated by dividing the respective ISO speed's nominal Guide No. by the f/number. (Rounded off the second decimal number.)

11-14 Improper FE lock warning: 11-15 Sufficient flash indicator: 11-16 Flash-sync timing:

During FE lock, the flash icon blinks. None 1st-curtain sync With C.Fn-9-1 (Flash sync timing), 2ndcurtain sync is possible. 1 ms or shorter Equivalent to daylight Flash center to lens axis: 92.0 mm Supplied by camera's power source. When the built-in flash pops up, the red-eye reduction lamp lights and then the flash fires. (1) Type: Illumination by lamp (2) Compatible modes: Operates in all modes except Landscape, Sports, and Flash OFF. (3) Setting method: With the menu's [Red-eye On/Off]. (4) Conditions for illumination: Lights after focus is achieved when the shutter button is pressed halfway (SW-1 ON) in the OneShot AF mode. (In the AI SERVO AF or MF mode, the red-eye reduction lamp lights immediately at SW-1 ON.) (5) Illumination duration: Lamp lights during SW-1 ON. Light level decreases after 1.5 sec. (With the self-timer, it lights 2 sec. before shutter release.) (6) Lamp ON indicator: Exposure level display in viewfinder (dot display disappears for the first 1.5 sec.) (7) Shutter-release lock: None (Shutter-release priority)
Note: With an external EOS-dedicated Speedlite, the red-eye reduction lamp does not light.

11-17 11-18 11-19 11-20 11-21

Flash duration: Color temperature: Optical axis space: Power source: Red-eye reduction:

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12. External Speedlite 12-1 Flash sync contacts:

12-2 Flash auto:

Hot shoe: X-sync contacts (1) Locking pin hole provided to prevent Speedlite slippage. (2) No PC terminal. Enabled with the camera's Program AE mode. (1) With EX-series Speedlites Works in all flash modes of Speedlite. (2) With Canon A-TTL/TTL autoflash and external Speedlites Works in manual and stroboscopic modes and with external flash metering. Does not fire in A-TTL/TTL autoflash modes.
Note 1: Does not work with Speedlites not having manual and stroboscopic modes. Note 2: Cannot be used with TTL Hot Shoe Adapter (flash does not fire even in the Manual/ Stroboscopic flash mode).

12-3 Flash exposure compensation:

12-4 Modeling flash:

(3) With non-Canon flash units: On-camera external metering flash unit can synchronize at 1/200 sec. or slower. Studio flash can synchronize at 1/60 sec. or slower (testing recommended). 1) Manual setting (1) Up to 2 stops in 1/3- or 1/2-stop increments. (2) If flash exposure compensation is set with both the camera and Speedlite, the Speedlite's setting will override the camera's setting. 2) FEB (Flash Exposure Bracketing) (1) Settable with the 580EX, 550EX, MR14EX, or MT-24EX. (2) In the continuous drive mode, shooting stops automatically after the three bracketed shots are taken. (3) When the flash fails to recharge fast enough during continuous shooting with FEB, AE shooting takes effect. FEB resumes when the flash is ready. Enabled with the 580EX, 550EX, 420EX, MR14EX, and MT-24EX In Creative Zone modes, press the depthof-field preview button to fire at 70 Hz for 1 sec.

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12-5 Wireless flash:

Enabled with the 580EX, 550EX, 420EX, MR-14EX, MT-24EX, or STE2. (1) Three-group (A, B, C) slave control, a flash output ratio (A:B) control, FEB, and modeling flash (with flash output ratio) are enabled. (2) The 420EX can function as a slave only, while the MR-14EX or MT-24EX serves as the master unit only.

13. LCD Monitor 13-1 Type: 13-2 Screen size: 13-3 Pixels: 13-4 Coverage: 13-5 Brightness adjustment:

13-6 Angle adjustment: 13-7 Protective cover: 14. Playback 14-1 Image display format:

TFT color, liquid-crystal monitor 1.8 inch Approx. 115,000 pixels Approx. 100% (for JPEG images) 5 levels Settable with menu's "LCD brightness" The image and gray chart are displayed together. None None

14-2 Display conditions:

1) Single image (1) During the image display, press the Info button to switch to normal (image + basic info), image only (no info), image info display (information + reduced image). (2) Press the left or right cross key to view the previous or next image. 2) 9-image index During the image display, press the Info button to switch to normal (9 images+basic info), 9 images only (no info). 3) Magnified zoom During the image display, press the Info button to switch to normal (magnified image + basic info), magnified image only (no info). 4) Auto play 5) Auto play right after shooting Except when the menu's [Review time: Off] is set, the last image captured is displayed. Images saved in DCF format. (1) If the image is not in the DCF format, [?] is displayed on the LCD monitor. (2) Also applicable to the index's thumbnail images.

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14-3 Info display:

1) Shooting information display (Camera Information) When the camera is ready to shoot and you press the Info button, the following information will be displayed: 1. Date/time 2. AEB setting 3. WB correction amount/WB-BKT setting 4. Color space 5. Processing parameters 6. Image review time 7. Flash exposure compensation amount 8. Auto power-off 9. Auto rotated image 10. CF card space remaining 11. ISO speed
Note: Items which cannot be set in the Basic Zone modes are not displayed (ISO Auto is displayed).

2) Image info display (Playback Info) In single image display mode, press the Info button, and the following information will be displayed together with a reduced image: 1. File No. 2. Reduced image 3. Histogram 4. Color space 5. Shooting date/time 6. ISO speed 7. Metering mode 8. Shooting mode 9. Shutter speed 10. Aperture value 11. Exposure compensation amount 12. Flash exposure compensation amount 13. White balance correction amount 14. Images recorded/Total images recorded 15. Protect 16. Recording quality 17. White balance 18. Monochrome
Note 1: If a JPEG image not in the DCF format is selected, [!] is displayed. Note 2: If an image that cannot be displayed is selected, [?] is displayed.

14-4 Highlight alert:

14-5 Magnify zoom display:

In the single image (Info) display mode, the highlight portions containing no image information will blink. With the Magnify button, the image can be magnified from the single image display from approx. 1.5 to 10 in 15 steps.
Magnify Reduce Scrolls the magnified area in four directions. View next image Magnify button Reduce button Cross keys Main Dial (The previous or next image can be viewed while the magnified position remains the same.)

* The image magnification will start at the center.

14-6 Index display:

In Single image display, press the Reduce button for 9-image display Use cross keys to view previous or next image.

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14-7 Rotated display:

14-8 Jump:

14-9 Video output:

1) Manual With the menu's [Rotate,] the image can be rotated clockwise in 90, 270 and 0. 2) Auto image rotation (1) Settable with the menu's [Auto rotate.] (2) When a vertical image is played back in the horizontal orientation, the camera rotates the image automatically to the vertical orientation. (3) Image rotation is applied during playback and video OUT (not during image review after image capture). 1) With the Jump button, you can switch the menu tab (Shooting 1 and 2, Playback, Setup 1 and 2) on the menu screen or browse images during playback. 2) Viewing the previous/next image during playback works with [1] Single image display, [2] 9-image index display, and [3] Magnified view. (1) For [1], press the top or bottom cross key to switch the jump mode (1. Jump by 10 images, 2. Jump by 100 images, 3. Jump by shooting date). Press the right or left cross keys to browse through the images. (2) For [1]-3, jump to the first image shot on that day. (3) For [2], press the right or left cross keys to view the previous/next index page (9 images per page). (4) For [3], press the right or left cross keys to jump by 10 images forward or back. Compatible with NTSC/PAL video output terminals. Select the type with the menu's [Video system]. Use Video Cable VC-100.

15. Protection/Deletion of Recorded Images 15-1 Protection: A single image can be protected or unprotected. With the menu's [Protect]. 15-2 Erase: A single image or all images stored in a Compact Flash card can be erased if they are unprotected. (1) During playback, press the Erase button ([Erase] [All] will be displayed). (2) Images erase-protected with the camera cannot be erased (except during formatting).

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16. Menus 16-1 Description:

16-2 LCD monitor language:

16-3 Firmware updating:

1) Shooting 1: 6 items 2) Shooting 2: 7 items 3) Playback: 5 items 4) Setup 1: 7 items 5) Setup 2: 7 items Each menu tab is color-coded. Red for 1) and 2), blue for 3), and yellow for 4) and 5). Any of the following 15 languages can be selected: English, German, French, Dutch, Danish, Finnish, Italian, Norwegian, Swedish, Spanish, Simplified Chinese, Japanese, Traditional Chinese, Korean, and Russian. Enabled by the user.

17. Bubble Jet Direct/CP Direct (Hereinafter Bubble Jet Direct abbreviated as BJD and CP Direct as CPD.) 17-1 Configuration: Camera, CPD/BJD-compatible printer, dedicated cable (1) Use the USB cable bundled with the camera or the cable bundled with the printer. (2) If a printer connection is detected during image playback, an icon will appear on the upper left of the LCD monitor. (3) Even while the printing screen is displayed, you can go back to shooting instantly by pressing the shutter button halfway. 17-2 Operation method: By operating the camera, the image is printed directly by the CPD/BJD-compatible printer. 17-3 Compatible printers: CPD-series and BJD-series printers 17-4 Paper sizes: CPD: Card, L, postcard BJD: A4, L, 2L, card, postcard (when Japanese is selected) 17-5 Transmission protocol: Canon-developed protocol. 17-6 Data transfer system: Data transfer from camera to printer. CPD: YMC, BJ: JPEG
Note: With CPD, image processing is executed by the camera, and with BJD, it is executed by the printer.

17-7 Printable images:

JPEG images which comply to DCF


Note: JPEG images in RAW+JPEG images can be printed, but not RAW images.

17-8 Printing system:

1) Single image printing 2) DPOF batch printing (1) Both CPD/BJD compatible with 1) and 2). (2) Printing cancellation: Enabled with 1) and 2). Resumable after cancellation: Enabled with 2).

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17-9 Style settings:

(3) When CPD is connected, image printing in progress cannot be canceled. The printing of all the remaining images will be canceled. When BJD is connected, the printing is canceled and the paper will be discharged. (4) If an error occurs, [Stop] or [Resume] may appear or only [Stop] may appear depending on the error type. 1) CPD: On-screen settings (single or split screen) BJD: Paper (L, 2L, postcard, A4, card)
Note: BJD: If Japanese is not selected as the language, the choices will be Card#1, Card#2, Card#3, LTR, and A4 instead.

17-10 Trimming:

2) Borders (Borders or borderless) 3) Date (ON/OFF) Trim horizontally up to 8 steps, vertically up to 5 steps.
Reduce outline Enlarge outline Move outline in four directions Rotate outline Magnify button Reduce button Cross keys Info button

(1) Trimming is not possible with DPOFspecified images printed directly. (2) The image to be trimmed is initially displayed at the center. (3) The trimming aspect ratio will depend on the style setting. (4) If the trimming has been set and then the style is changed, the "Readjust trimming" message will appear. (5) If the image is cropped too much resulting in excessive noise by enlargement, the green trimming outline will turn red. (6) The guidance icon will appear on the initial trimming screen or when no operation is done for 5 sec. During an operation, the guidance icon will disappear and only the trimming outline is displayed. (7) When operation is done with a TV set via the video output, the trimming outline might not be displayed properly.

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17-11 Easy Printing:

By pressing the Direct print button. (1) Connect the camera to the printer and press the playback button, then the Direct print button lights in blue. Select the image and press the Direct print button, and the printing will start. (2) In the LCD monitor, the direct print icon and the settings of the print (such as paper size, border or date, etc.) will be displayed. (3) To change the print settings before printing, press the SET button. (Same procedure as with the normal direct print.)

18. PictBridge 18-1 Configuration:

18-2 Operation method: 18-3 Compatible printers: 18-4 Paper sizes:

Camera, PictBridge-compatible printer, dedicated cable (1) Use the USB cable bundled with the camera or the cable bundled with the printer. (2) If the printer connection is detected during image playback, an icon will appear on the upper left of the LCD monitor. (3) Even when the printing screen is displayed, the camera will be ready to shoot if you press the shutter button halfway. By operating the camera, the image is printed directly by the PictBridge-compatible printer. PictBridge-compatible printers L, 2L, postcard, card (5.4 8.6 cm), 10 15 cm, 5" 7", 8.5" 11", A4, 11" 17", A3, A3 wide, roll paper (width : 9, 10, 13, 21 cm), 8.9 25.4 cm (panorama),
Note: Selectable paper sizes may differ depending on the printer.

18-5 Paper types:

Plain, photo (Super Photo Paper), high-grade photo (Pro Photo Paper), normal (Super Photo Paper)
Note 1: Canon paper names are in parentheses above. Note 2: Selectable paper types may differ depending on the printer.

18-6 Printing effects (Image optimization):

1) With Canon printers: ON (Exif print), OFF (No printing effects), VIVID/NR (Noise reduction), VIVID+NR, Normal (Exif print)

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2) With non-Canon printers: ON, OFF, Normal


Note 1: The settings for ON/Normal are set by the printer manufacturer. Note 2: Selectable printer effects may differ depending on the printer.

18-7 Trimming:

Trim horizontally up to 8 steps, vertically up to 5 steps.


Note: The trimming method will depend on the CPD/BJD printer.

18-8 Layout:

Borders, borderless, 2/4/8/9/16/20-image print (An X number of the same image is printed on a sheet.), Normal ("Borderless" with Canon printers)
Note 1: Selectable layouts may differ depending on the printer. Note 2: The x-image print is possible only with printers compatible with this feature.

18-9 Date imprinting:

ON, OFF, Normal ("ON" with Canon printers)


Note: If the printer does not have the date-imprinting feature, the date will not be imprinted even if the "ON" is set.

18-10 DPOP printing:

DPOF-specified printing is possible (1) If both Standard and Index are set, only Standard printing will be executed. (2) The file No. will not be imprinted even if it is set to "ON" (BJ printers are not geared to imprint the file No.). 18-11 Transmission protocol: PTP Set with the menu's [Communication]. 18-12 Data transfer system: JPEG 18-13 Printable images: JPEG images which comply to DCF
Note: JPEG images in RAW+JPEG images can be printed, but not RAW images.

18-14 Easy Printing:

By pressing the Direct print button


Note1: Connect the camera to the printer and press the playback button, then the Direct print button lights in blue. Select the image and press the Direct print button, and the printing will start. Note2: In the LCD monitor, the direct print icon and the settings of the print (such as paper size, border or date, etc.) will be displayed. Note3: To change the print settings before printing, press the SET button. (Same procedure as with the normal direct print.)

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19. Print specification (DPOF) 19-1 System: 19-2 Specification with print screen: 19-3 Print type:

Complies to DPOF Version 1.1 1) Individual images 2) All images in CF card


Note: RAW images cannot be printed with DPOP.

1) Standard 2) Index 3) Both


Print type Standard Index Standard Both Index Date Yes Yes Yes Yes CPD File No. Yes Yes Yes Yes Date Yes No Yes No BJD File No. No No No No PictBridge Date File No.

19-4 Date/File No. print

* For index prints, both the date and file No. cannot be set to [ON]. * For index prints with BJD, the date or file No. will not be imprinted even if it is set to [ON]. * Whether using PictBridge is possible or not depends on the printer.

19-5 Camera direct:

With a CPD/BJD printer or PictBridge printer connected, batch printing of specified images is possible.
Note: Printed after the paper size and borders on/off are specified.

20. Customization 20-1 Custom Functions:

9 Custom Functions with 24 settings settable with the camera.

21. External Interface 21-1 Digital terminal: USB 2.0 (Hi-Speed), mini-B connector 21-2 Video output terminal: Provided (NTSC/PAL) 21-3 Remote control terminal: For Remote Switch RS-60E3 (2.5 mm minijack) 21-4 Wireless remote control: 1) For Remote Controller RC-1 and RC-5 2) The camera grip has a built-in wireless remote control receiver. (1) Compatible modes: All shooting modes (2) Operation setting: Press Drive mode button to display Self-timer/Wireless remote control icon on display panel. (3) Max. range: Approx. 5 meters (front and center) (4) Operation indicator (RC-1: 2-sec. delay shutter release or when RC-5 is used): Same indicator as during the last 2 sec. during self-timer operation.

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22. Power Source 22-1 Battery:

22-2 Main switch:

22-3 Start-up time: 22-4 Battery check:

22-5 Power-saving feature (Auto power off):

22-6 Date/time back-up battery:

Battery Pack NB-2LH 1 (1) With the AC Adapter Kit ACK700, AC power is possible. (2) With BATTERY GRIP BG-E3, two battery packs can be used. Or six size-AA batteries can be used. OFF/ON, 2 settings Power turns off if the CF card slot cover or battery chamber cover is opened. Approx. 0.2 sec. Automatic battery check when the main switch is turned on. The battery level is indicated by one of three levels on the LCD panel . Four levels if non-display is counted. Power turns off automatically after the set time of non-operation elapses. Select from the menu's [Auto power off] the time: 1, 2, 4, 8, 15, or 30 min. 1) Lithium CR2016 button battery 1 2) Battery life approx. 5 years (1) No backup battery warning. (2) Date/time is reset when the battery is replaced. Stainless steel and polycarbonate with glass fiber

23. Body (Chassis) Material: 24. Exterior 24-1 Exterior material:

ABS resin, polycarbonate resin, polycarbonate mixed with special conductive fibers 24-2 Exterior color: Titanium Silver or Satin Black 24-3 Tripod socket: CU 1/4 24-4 LCD panel illumination: LCD panel illumination button provided (1) Press the button for 6-sec. illumination. Press again to turn it off. (2) Illumination is prolonged if any shootingrelated button or dial is used. (3) Functions as a Direct Print button during image playback when the camera is connected to a printer. 126.5 (W) 94.2 (H) 64 (D) mm 4.98 (W) 3.71 (H) 2.63 (D) in. 485 g/17.1 oz. (1) Excluding the battery pack, Compact Flash card and body cap. (2) Includes backup battery and eyecup.

25. Dimensions:

26. Weight:

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27. Operating Environment 27-1 Operating temperature: 0C to 40C/32F to 104F 27-2 Operating humidity: 85% or less 28. Accessories 28-1 Grip:

28-2 Battery Pack:

28-3 Battery Charger: 28-4 AC power:

28-5 Interface Cable: 28-6 Video cable: 28-7 Case: 28-8 Strap: 28-9 EOS System Accessories:

Battery Grip BATTERY GRIP BG-E3 For details, see the BATTERY GRIP BGE3's Technical Information. Battery Pack NB-2LH Battery: Lithium-ion Voltage: 7.4 VDC Capacity: approx. 720 mAh Recharging time: approx. 90 min (with CB2LT/CB-2LTE) Ambient temperature: 0C to 40C/32F to 104F Dimensions: 33.3 (W) 16.2 (H) 45.2 (D) mm 1.31 (W) 0.64 (H) 1.78 (D) in. Weight: 43 g/1.52 oz. Battery Charger CB-2LT/CB-2LTE AC Adaptor Kit ACK700 Consists of Compact Power Adapter CAPS700, DC Coupler DR-700, and power cord. Interface Cable IFC-400PCU Video Cable VC-100 Semi-Hard Case EH18-L Wide Strap EW-100DBII See the System Accessory Compatibility Table.

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4. NOMENCLATURE AND DIMENSIONS


4.1 Nomenclature
Hot shoe Mode dial Main Dial Shutter button Red-eye reduction/ Self-timer lamp Remote control sensor Grip Flash-sync contacts Built-in flash/ AF-assist Beam Strap mount Flash button

Lens release button Depth-of-field preview button Name plate Exposure compensation/ Aperture value button Drive mode button Power switch

Dioptric adjustment knob Viewfinder eyepiece LCD panel Strap mount MENU button INFO button/ Trimming orientation button Jump button Playback button Erase button LCD monitor LCD panel illumination button/Direct print button Access lamp AF point selection/ Enlarge button Cross keys ISO speed button AF mode selection button CF card slot cover DC coupler cord hole Setting button White balance button Metering mode button AE lock/FE lock button/ Index/Reduce button

EF lens mount index EF-S lens mount index Terminal cover Battery compartment cover release lever Video OUT terminal Battery compartment Battery compartment cover Tripod socket Remote control terminal (for RS-60E3) Digital terminal

Fig. 023 Nomenclature

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4.2 Dimensions

47.82

Built-in flash pop-up height Flash center axis

44.0

58.92

18.00

97.00

92.00

37.50

56.70

14.20

45.00

76.00

50.48

18.95

Fig. 024 Six Exterior Views

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5. VISUAL INDICATORS
5.1 Viewfinder Informations

Focusing screen

AF point light-up position <

>

AF points

Focus confirmation light


* During autofocus : Lights when focus is achieved. : Blinks at 2 Hz when autofocus cannot be achieved. * During manual focus : Lights when focus is achieved.

AE lock / FE lock AEB in-progress Flash-ready Improper FE lock warning High-speed sync (FP flash) Flash exposure compensation Red-eye reduction Shutter speed ( FE lock ( ) Busy ( ) Built-in flash recycling ( , )

Maximum burst (

Exposure level indicator Exposure compensation amount AEB range Red-eye reduction lamp-on indicator

CF card full warning ( CF card error warning ( No CF card warning ( Aperture ( ) : Blinks.

) ) )

) : Lights. : Lights or blinks.

Fig. 025 Viewfinder Information

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5.2 LCD Panel Information and Model Dial


Aperture ( ) ) ) ) ) ) , ) ) Shots remaining ( - ) Shots remaining during WB-BKT (Self-timer countdown ( - ) Bulb exposure time ( )
Metering mode Evaluative Partial Center-weighted average

AF point selection ( CF card full warning ( CF card error warning ( No CF card warning ( Error code ( ) Cleaning image sensor ( Shutter speed ( Busy ( ) -

Built-in flash recycling (

White balance Auto Daylight Shade Cloudy, twilight, sunset Tungsten light White fluorescent light Flash Custom AEB Flash exposure compensation Exposure level indicator Exposure compensation amount AEB range CF card writing status

Recording quality Large/Fine Large/Normal Middle/Fine Middle/Normal Small/Fine Small/Normal RAW+Large/Fine RAW
Drive mode Single Continuous Self-timer/Remote control

Monochrome shooting AF mode ONE-SHOT AF AI FOCUS AF AI SERVO AF


* Arrow indicates the current AF mode * If the arrow is not displayed, it indicates manual focus (MF).

Battery check Custom Function

Fig. 026 LCD Panel Information

Aperture-priority AE Shutter-priority AE Program AE Full Auto Portrait

Manual exposure Depth-of-field AE

Flash Off Landscape Night portrait Close-up Sports Fig. 027 Mode Dial

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Table 005 Shooting Mode Feature Availability


AF Shooting mode ONE SHOT AF Point Selection AI AI SERVO FOCUS Auto Manual AFassist Single Drive Continuous Selftimer Evaluative Metering Center Partial Standard weighted Auto Portrait Program AE LandClose-up Sports scape Night P Shift Auto Flash Manual Flash OFF Red-eye External Flash

1. Full Auto 2. Portrait 3. Landscape 4. Close-up 5. Sports 6. Night Portrait 7. Flash OFF 8. Standard Program AE 9. Shutter-priority AE 10. Aperture-priority AE 11. Manual 12. Depth-of-field AE

Recording Quality Shooting mode Large F/N Medium F/N Small F/N RAW RAW+ LargeF

Color Space sRGB

Processing Parameters Set 1,2,3 Monochrome AWB

White Balance Preset WB MWB WB Correction WBBKT

ISO Speed Auto Manual AE Lock Exp. Comp. AEB FE Lock

Adobe Parame- ParameRGB ter 1 ter 2

Flash Custom Exp. Beeper Function Comp. (C.Fn)

1. Full Auto 2. Portrait 3. Landscape 4. Close-up 5. Sports 6. Night Portrait 7. Flash OFF 8. Standard Program AE 9. Shutter-priority AE 10. Aperture-priority AE 11. Manual 12. Depth-of-field AE : Automatically set. : Selectable, settable, or functional. : Selectable but not functional. * When AI SERVO AF is set in a Creative Zone mode, the beeper will not sound.

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5.3 Functional Display Screen


EOS D REBEL XT / 350 D EOS DIGITAL REBEL/300D DIGITAL

Shooting (Red)

Playback (Blue)

Setup (Yellow)

Custom Functions

Fig. 028 EOS D REBEL XT / 350 D and EOS DIGITAL REBEL/300D DIGITAL Menu Comparison

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5.4 LCD Monitor Menus


1) Shooting Menu
Color Creative Basic Item Description

L
v q

L M S L RAW

Quality

( Recording quality setting screen) Off On On Off ONE SHOT

M S RAW +

q q

Red-eye on/off Beep

Shooting 1 Commands

AF Mode

AI FOCUS AI SERVO

Metering Mode 100 200

ISO Speed

400 800 1600

*RAW and RAW+JPEG recording quality modes are not displayed in the Basic Zone modes.

Fig. 029 Menu Functions (Shooting 1)

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Color Creative Basic


q q
AEB

Item
0, 1/3, 2/3, 1, 1_1/3, 1_2/3, 2 (C.Fn-6-0) 0, 1/2, 1, 1_1/2, 2 (C.Fn-6-1) 0, 1/3, 2/3, 1, 1_1/3, 1_2/3, 2 (C.Fn-6-0) 0, 1/2, 1, 1_1/2, 2 (C.Fn-6-1)

Description

Flash exp comp

Shooting 2 Commands

White Balance

( Setting screen)

q q q

WB SHIFT/BKT Cus tom WB Color space

( Setting screen)

WB correction: B: 9-0-A: 9, M: 9-0-G: 9 WB-BKT setting: B/A or M/G bias. 0, 1,2, 3 ( Image selection s creen/SET button: Set) sRGB Adbe RGB Parameter 1 Parameter 2
Contrast Sharpnes s Saturation Color tone Contrast Sharpnes s Filter effect Toning E ffect -2, -1, 0, +1, +2 -2, -1, 0, +1, +2 -2, -1, 0, +1, +2 -2, -1, 0, +1, +2 -2, -1, 0, +1, +2 -2, -1, 0, +1, +2 N:None/Ye:Yellow/Or:Orange/R:Red/G:Green N:None/S:Sepia/B:Blue/P:Purple/G:Green

Set 1/Set 2/Set 3

Paramet ers

( Setting screen)

B/W

*Shooting 2 is not displayed in the Basic Zone modes.

Fig. 030 Menu Functions (Shooting 2)

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2) Playback Menu

Color Creative Basic q q q

Item

Description

Protect Rotate

( Image selection screen/SET button: Protect, cancel) ( Image selection screen/SET button: 90 270 0) Order ( Image selection screen, quantity setting) Print Type Date File No. Mark all Clear all Cancel/OK/Style/Resume Standard/Index/Both On/Off On/Off

Playback Commands

Set up
q q

Print Order

( Print specification screen) All Print

Auto Play

( Autoplay screen/SET button: Playback, Pause) Off 2 sec. 4 sec. 8 sec. Hold

Review time

Fig. 031 Menu Functions (Playback)

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3) Set-up Menu

Color Creative Basic

Item 1 m in. 2 m in. 4 m in.

Description

q Setup 1 Commands

Auto pow er off

8 m in. 15 m in. 30 m in. Off

q q q q q q

q q q q

Auto rotate LCD Brightness Date/Time File num bering Format

On Off ( Brightness setting screen/5 levels with Quick Control Dial, image and gray chart als o displayed) ( Setting s creen) yy/mm/dd, m m/dd/yy. dd/mm/yy Continuous Auto reset ( Formatting s creen/Cancel/OK) On Off

Shoot w/o card

Fig. 032 Menu Functions (Setup 1)

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Color Creative Basic

Item
Englis h (English) Deutsch (German)

Description
Suom i (Finnis h) Italiano (Italian) Norsk (Norwegian) Svenska (Swedis h) Espaol (Spanis h) (Simplified Chinese) (Russi an)
(Traditional Chinese)

q
Setup 2 Commands

Language

( Setting s creen)

Franais (French) Nederlands (Dutch) Dans k (Danis h)

(Korean) (Japanese)

q q

q q
q

Video sy stem Com municat ion

NTSC PAL Print/PTP

PC connection Cus tom Functions(C.Fn) ( Setting s creen/C.Fn-1 to 9) Clear settings Sensor clean. Firmware Ver. * ( Res et s creen) Clear all camera s ettings Clear all Custom Functions Cancel/OK Cancel/OK
* Factory defaults: For Japan: Japanes e/NTSC/Year, month, day For N. America: Engli sh/NTSC/Month, day, year Other regions: English/PAL/Day, month, year

q
q q

( Sensor cleaning screen/Cancel/OK) ( Firmware update screen/Cancel/OK)

Fig. 033 Menu Functions (Setup 2)

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6. CUSTOM FUNCTION
6.1 Custom Function List
Table 006 Custom Functions
C.Fn Custom Function No. 0 1 1 SET button/Cross keys funct. 2 3 4 2 Long exposure noise reduction 0 1 3 Flash sync. speed in Av mode 0 1 0 4 Shutter button/AE lock button 1 2 3 0 5 AF-assist beam 1 2 6 Exposure level increments 0 1 7 Mirror lockup 0 1 8 E-TTL II 0 1 9 Shutter curtain sync. 0 1 Normal SET:Quality SET:Parameter SET:Playback Cross keys:AF frame selec. Off On Auto 1/200sec. (fixed) AF/AE lock AE lock/AF AF/AF lock, no AE lock AE/AF, no AE lock Emits Does not emit Only ext. flash emits 1/3-stop 1/2-stop Disable Enable Evaluative Average 1st-curtain sync. 2nd-curtain sync. Setting

* C.Fn-1: Assigns the function to the SET button or cross keys effective during shooting.

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7. PROGRAM DIAGRAMS
7.1 Program Diagram

Fig. 034 Normal Program AE Lines

7.2 E-TTL II Program Diagram


32 Av 22 16 11 8 5.6 4 2.8 2 1.4 1.0 4000 Tv 2000 1000 500 250 125 60 -5 -4 -3 -2 -1 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 EV22

At the lens minimum aperture

At the lens maximum aperture (f/2.8)

Fig. 035 E-TTL ll autoflash program line (EF50mm f/1.4 USM, at ISO 100)

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8. SYSTEM ACCESSORIES COMPATIBILITY TABLES


8.1 System Accessories
Eyepiece Extender EP-EX15 580EX Macro Ring Lite MR-14EX Macro Twin Lite MT-24EX

CF card ST-E2 220EX 420EX

Rubber Frame Ef

CF Card reader

PC card adapter E-series Dioptric Adjustment Lenses

Bundled Accessories

* The Lens Kit includes the EF-S 18-55mm lens. EOS DIGITAL Solution Disk ArcSoft PhotoS tudio Disk Software Instruction Manual (PDF)

Personal computer Windows XP (Home Edition / Professional) PC card slot Windows 2000 Professional Windows ME Windows 98 Second Edition USB port Mac OS X 10.1.5-10.3 (2.0/1.1) Mac OS 9.0-9.2

Eyecup Ef

Interface Cable IFC-400PCU Angle Finder C Wide Strap EW-100DBll PictBridge-compatible printer

Video Cable VC-100 Semi-hard Case EH18-L Date / time CR2016 lithium battery CP Printer

Battery Pack NB-2LH

Battery Grip BG-E3

AC Adapter Kit ACK700


Battery Charger CB-2LT or CB-2LTE Remote Switch RS-60E3 DC Coupler DR-700 EF-S lenses Remote Controller RC-1 Remote Controller RC-5 Bubble Jet Directcompatible printer

Battery Magazine BGM-E3L for two NB-2LH battery packs

Battery Magazine BGM-E3A for size-AA batteries

Compact Power Adapter CA-PS700

EF lenses

TV/Video

Fig. 036 System Accessories

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8.2 System Accessory Compatibility


Note that the following system accessories have some restrictions when used with the EOS D REBEL XT / 350 D.
Table 007 Accessories with Restrictions
Interchangeable Lenses Lens Mount Converter FD-EOS Macro Lens Mount Converter FD-EOS Speedlites 480EG 540EZ 430EZ 420EZ ML-3 300EZ 200E Wired multi-Speedlite accessories Not compatible (since it cannot fire in Manual flash mode when used with TTL hot shoe adapter). Not compatible (since it only has autoflash modes, it cannot fire). Compatible with manual flash (does not fire in A-TTL/TTL autoflash modes). Not compatible Although it can be used with manual exposure, exposure error occurs. Therefore, these items will be officially listed as incompatible.

System accessories not listed above are completely compatible with EOS D REBEL XT / 350 D.

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9. AGREED ITEMS
9.1 Agreed Answers for User Support
Cautions [Image Sensor] 1. When cleaning the CMOS sensor, use only a hand blower to blow off dust, etc. Never touch the CMOS surface with any brush, cloth, or cleaning agent. Also do not use pressurized (canned) air or gas to clean the CMOS sensor. 2. IIf there is a strong light source within the image area, ghosting might occur at a symmetrical position or near the light source. [Image Recording and Playback] 3. While the access lamp is blinking, do not shake or subject the camera to any physical shock and do not open the Compact Flash card slot cover or remove the battery. 4. Do not leave or use the camera near a strong magnetic field such as a television, audio speaker, or magnet. Remarks This is to prevent damage to the sensor.

As per the design of low-pass filter.

Doing so may damage the stored images, Compact Flash card, or even the camera itself.

A magnetic or electromagnetic field can adversely affect the image on the LCD monitor. It may also prevent proper shooting and image recording and damage images in the Compact Flash card. The electric wave can adversely affect the image on the LCD monitor. It may also prevent proper shooting and image recording and damage images in the Compact Flash card. As per the design. The LCD panel can show how many shots remaining can be captured for the ISO speed you set.

5. Do not leave or use the camera near an electronic transmission tower, etc., which emits a strong magnetic field.

6. If a high ISO speed is set, fewer images can be captured.

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7. When an image captured with Adobe RGB is displayed on the LCD monitor or TV set, displayed in an sRGB environment, or printed by an sRGB printer, the image will have low color saturation.

This occurs because the color space is not suitable. (Compared to sRGB, Adobe RGB's color reproduction range is wider. If the image is displayed via sRGB without profile conversion, the color reproduction range becomes narrow.) (To obtain accurate reproduction of Adobe RGB in an sRGB environment, use imageediting software like Adobe Photoshop to convert the profile to sRGB.)

[White Balance] 8. When WB-BKT is set, the shots remaining will decrease to about one-third of the normal quantity. [AF] 9. With the EF 70-200mm f/2.8L USM attached with an Extender, use the center AF point to focus. 10. If you use the AI SERVO AF mode with flash, the AF-assist beam will not be emitted by the camera or external Speedlite. [Flash] 11. With EOS-dedicated Speedlites other than the EX-series, autoflash is not possible.

With WB-BKT, each shot yields three images. When WB-BKT is set, it is displayed as the number of shooting times remaining. Although focusing is possible with all 7 AF points, the focusing precision can be guaranteed only with the center AF point. Since AF-assist beam does not match predictive AF very well. ONE-SHOT AF is recommended for flash photography.

The camera does not have a flash exposure sensor compatible with A-TTL/TTL. (The flash will not fire in the A-TTL/TTL autoflash mode. Use the manual or stroboscopic flash mode instead. EOSdedicated Speedlites not having a manual flash mode and wired, multi-Speedlite accessories cannot be used. The flash would fire at all times and the photo might not come out as you desire.

12. When using the Landscape or Sports mode, do not use an EOS-dedicated, external Speedlite. 13. When using the built-in flash, detach any lens hood from the lens.

This is to prevent flash coverage cut-off.

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14. Do not connect a high-voltage flash unit to the hot shoe. [Custom Functions] 15. When C.Fn-7-1 is set and mirror lockup is in progress, do not point the camera toward the sun or any other bright light. [Camera Direct] 16. If the BJ Direct is set to print with borders and the date, the date will be imprinted on the border.

It may not fire.

This is to prevent burn-in of the shutter curtains, stray light from entering, and sensor damage.

This is due to a problem with the BJ printer. It is not a problem with CP Direct. (In the case of photos taken by a Canon PowerShot camera, the aspect ratio is 4:3 so the date imprinted by BJ Direct appears slightly above the bottom border. However, since the aspect ratio of photos taken by EOS DIGITAL cameras is 3:2 with a shorter vertical length, the imprinted date appears on the border. The result is the same with DPOF direct printing.) This is due to a problem with CP Direct.

17. If the CP Direct is set to print the date, the date may look light if the background is light or if the date is imprinted on the border. [Interface] 18. Do not excessively bend or disassemble the interface cable. 19. Before displaying captured images on a TV monitor, check whether it uses the NTSC or PAL system.

Malfunction may result due to cable disconnection or short-circuiting. If the TV monitor uses a different system, the images will not be displayed properly. (The default setting is NTSC for the Japan and N. America, and PAL for other countries.) As per the design of image playback.

20. When displaying the images on TV monitor, part of the image might be truncated.

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[LCD Monitor] 21. When the LCD monitor is on, there might be black, red, or green dots that are always visible.

These are dead pixels which number 0.02% or less of the LCD monitor's total number of effective pixels. The recorded images are not affected. Doing so may result uneven color or break of the LCD monitor.

22. Do not press on the LCD monitor with your fingers or subject it to strong vibration or physical shock. [Camera & Misc.] 23. There is a small noise when the camera is shaken.

This is the sound of the ball in the camera orientation detection unit.

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9.2 EF Lens Compatibility with the Built-in Flash Coverage


: No cut-off even with a dedicated hood attached. : Cut-off will occur with a hood attached, but there is no cut-off without a hood. : Incompatible--cut-off occurs even without a hood attached. : Not applicable. The lens is outside the effective flash coverage or application. Table 008 Lens List (1/3)
No. 001 002 003 004 005 006 007 008 009 010 011 012 013 014 015 016 017 018 019 020 021 022 023 024 025 026 027 028 029 030 031 032 033 034 035 036 037 038 039 040 041 042 043 044 045 046 047 048 Lens EF14mm f/2.8 L EF15mm f/2.8 FE EF20mm f/2.8 USM EF24mm f/1.4 L USM EF24mm f/2.8 EF28mm f/1.8 USM EF28mm f/2.8 EF35mm f/1.4 L USM EF35mm f/2 EF50mm f/1.0 L USM EF50mm f/1.4 USM EF50mm f/1.8 EF50mm f/1.8 II EF50mm f/2.5 MACRO (EF50mm f/2.5 MACRO+LSC) EF-S 60mm f/2.8 MACRO USM MP-E 65mm f/2.8 1-50 EF85mm f/1.2 L USM EF85mm f/1.8 USM EF100mm f/2 USM EF100mm f/2.8 MACRO USM EF100mm f/2.8 MACRO EF135mm f/2 L USM EF135mm 2.8 SF EF180mm f/3.5L MACRO USM EF200mm f/1.8 L USM EF200mm f/2.8 L USM EF200mm f/2.8 II USM EF300mm f/2.8 L IS USM EF300mm f/2.8 L USM EF300mm f/2.8 II USM EF300mm f/2.8 III USM EF300mm f/4 L IS USM EF300mm f/4 L USM EF400mm f/2.8 L IS USM EF400mm f/2.8 L USM EF400mm f/2.8 II USM EF400mm f/4 DO IS USM EF400mm f/5.6 L USM EF500mm f/4 L IS USM EF500mm f/4.5 L USM EF500mm f/4.5 II USM EF600mm f/4 L IS USM EF600mm f/4 L USM EF600mm f/4 II USM EF1200mm f/5.6 USM TS-E24mm f/3.5L TS-E45mm f/2.8 TS-E90mm f/2.8 Hood Built-in Built-in EW-75 II EW-83D II EW-60 II EW-63 II EW-65 II EW-78C EW-65 II ES-79 II ES-71 II ES-65 ES-62 None ET-67B None ES-79 II ET-65 III ET-65 III ET-67 None ET-78 II ET-65 III ET-78 II ET-123 Built-in ET-83B II ET-120 ET-118 II ET-118 II ET-118 II Built-in Built-in ET-155 ET-161B II ET-161B II ET-120 Built-in ET-138 ET-123B ET-123B ET-160 ET-161 II ET-161 II Built-in EW-75B II EW-79B II ES-65 III 0.5 1 2 Subject Distance (m) 3 4 5 6 7

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: No cut-off even with a dedicated hood attached. : Cut-off will occur with a hood attached, but there is no cut-off without a hood. : Incompatible--cut-off occurs even without a hood attached. : Not applicable. The lens is outside the effective flash coverage or application. Table 008 Lens List (2/3)
No. 049 050 051 052 053 054 055 056 057 058 059 060 061 062 063 064 065 066 067 068 069 070 071 072 073 074 075 076 077 078 079 080 081 082 083 084 085 086 087 088 089 090 091 092 093 094 095 096 Lens EF-S10-22mm f/3.5-4.5 USM EF16-35mm f/2.8 L USM EF17-35mm f/2.8 L USM EF17-40mm f/4L USM EF-S17-85mm f/4-5.6 IS USM EF-S18-55mm f/3.5-5.6 EF-S18-55mm f/3.5-5.6 II EF-S18-55mm f/3.5-5.6 USM EF-S18-55mm f/3.5-5.6 II USM EF20-35mm f/2.8 L EF20-35mm f/3.5-4.5 USM EF22-55mm f/4-5.6 USM EF24-70mm f/2.8L USM EF24-85mm f/3.5-4.5 USM EF28-70mm f/2.8 L USM EF28-70mm f/3.5-4.5 EF28-70mm f/3.5-4.5 II EF28-80mm f/2.8-4 L USM EF28-80mm f/3.5-5.6 EF28-80mm f/3.5-5.6 II EF28-80mm f/3.5-5.6 USM EF28-80mm f/3.5-5.6 II USM EF28-80mm f/3.5-5.6 III USM EF28-80mm f/3.5-5.6 IV USM EF28-80mm f/3.5-5.6 V USM EF28-90mm f/4-5.6 EF28-90mm f/4-5.6 USM EF28-90mm f/4-5.6 II EF28-90mm f/4-5.6 II USM EF28-90mm f/4-5.6 III EF28-105mm f/3.5-4.5 USM EF28-105mm f/3.5-4.5 IIUSM EF28-105mm f/4-5.6 EF28-105mm f/4-5.6 USM EF28-135mm f/3.5-5.6 IS USM EF28-200mm f/3.5-5.6 EF28-200mm f/3.5-5.6 USM EF28-300mm f/3.5-5.6L IS USM EF35-70mm f/3.5-4.5 EF35-70mm f/3.5-4.5 A EF35-80mm f/4-5.6 PZ EF35-80mm f/4-5.6 EF35-80mm f/4-5.6 II EF35-80mm f/4-5.6 III EF35-80mm f/4-5.6 USM EF35-105mm f/3.5-4.5 EF35-105mm f/4.5-5.6 EF35-105mm f/4.5-5.6 USM Hood EW-83E EW-83E EW-83C II EW-83E EW-73B EW-60C EW-60C EW-60C EW-60C EW-75 EW-83 II EW-60D EW-83F EW-73 II EW-83B II EW-68A EW-68A EW-79 EW-60C EW-60C EW-68A EW-60C EW-60C EW-60C EW-60C EW-60C EW-60C EW-60C EW-60C EW-60C EW-63 II EW-63 II EW-63B EW-63B EW-78B II EW-78D EW-78D EW-83G EW-68B EW-68B None EW-62 EW-54 II EW-54 II EW-54 II EW-68B EW-68B EW-60B 0.5 W T 1 W T W 2 Subject Distance (m) 3 4 5 T W T W T W T 6 W T W 7 T

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: No cut-off even with a dedicated hood attached. : Cut-off will occur with a hood attached, but there is no cut-off without a hood. : Incompatible--cut-off occurs even without a hood attached. : Not applicable. The lens is outside the effective flash coverage or application. Table 008 Lens List (3/3)
No. 097 098 099 100 101 102 103 104 105 106 107 108 109 110 111 112 113 114 115 116 117 118 119 120 121 122 123 124 125 126 127 128 Lens EF35-135mm f/3.5-4.5 EF35-135mm f/4-5.6 USM EF35-350mm f/3.5-5.6 L USM EF38-76mm f/4.5-5.6 EF50-200mm f/3.5-4.5 EF50-200mm f/3.5-4.5 L EF55-200mm f/4.5-5.6 USM EF55-200mm f/4.5-5.6 II USM EF70-200mm f/2.8 L IS USM EF70-200mm f/2.8 L USM EF70-200mm f/4 L USM EF70-210mm f/4 EF70-210mm f/3.5-4.5 USM EF70-300mm f/4.5-5.6 DO IS USM EF75-300mm f/4-5.6 EF75-300mm f/4-5.6 II EF75-300mm f/4-5.6 III EF75-300mm f/4-5.6 USM EF75-300mm f/4-5.6 IIUSM EF75-300mm f/4-5.6 IIIUSM EF75-300mm f/4-5.6 IS USM EF80-200mm f/2.8 L USM EF80-200mm f/4.5-5.6 EF80-200mm f/4.5-5.6 II EF80-200mm f/4.5-5.6 USM EF90-300mm f/4.5-5.6 EF90-300mm f/4.5-5.6 USM EF100-200mm f/4.5 A EF100-300mm f/5.6 EF100-300mm f/5.6 L EF100-300mm f/4.5-5.6 USM EF100-400mm f/4.5-5.6 IS USM Hood EW-68B EW-62 EW-78 II EW-54 II ET-62 II ET-62 II ET-54 ET-54 ET-86 ET-83 II ET-74 ET-62 II ET-65 II ET-65B ET-65 II ET-60 ET-60 ET-60 ET-60 ET-60 ET-64 II ES-79 ET-62 II ET-54 ET-54 ET-60 ET-60 ET-62 II ET-62 II ET-62 II ET-65 III ET-83C 0.5 W T 1 W T W 2 Subject Distance (m) 3 4 5 T W T W T W T 6 W T W 7 T

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9.3 Cases and Accommodable Lenses


Items Accommodated: Camera body, Lens, Front lens cap, Hood, Filter Symbols: : Compatible : Compatible on condition (A: Little loose, B: Little tight) : Compatible without hood and filter ( + + ) : Incompatible. Table 009 Lens Compatibility with EOS D REBEL XT / 350 D + Semi-Hard Case EH18-L (1/3)
No. 001 002 003 004 005 006 007 008 009 010 011 012 013 014 015 016 017 018 019 020 021 022 023 024 025 026 027 028 029 030 031 032 033 034 035 036 037 038 039 040 041 042 043 044 045 046 047 048 Lens EF14mm f/2.8 L EF15mm f/2.8 FE EF20mm f/2.8 USM EF24mm f/1.4 L USM EF24mm f/2.8 EF28mm f/1.8 USM EF28mm f/2.8 EF35mm f/1.4 L USM EF35mm f/2 EF50mm f/1.0 L USM EF50mm f/1.4 USM EF50mm f/1.8 EF50mm f/1.8 II EF50mm f/2.5 MACRO (EF50mm f/2.5 MACRO+LSC) EF-S 60mm f/2.8 MACRO USM MP-E 65mm f/2.8 1-50 EF85mm f/1.2 L USM EF85mm f/1.8 USM EF100mm f/2 USM EF100mm f/2.8 MACRO USM EF100mm f/2.8 MACRO EF135mm f/2 L USM EF135mm 2.8 SF EF180mm f/3.5L MACRO USM EF200mm f/1.8 L USM EF200mm f/2.8 L USM EF200mm f/2.8 L II USM EF300mm f/2.8 L IS USM EF300mm f/2.8 L USM EF300mm f/2.8 L II USM EF300mm f/2.8 L III USM EF300mm f/4 L IS USM EF300mm f/4 L USM EF400mm f/2.8 L IS USM EF400mm f/2.8 L USM EF400mm f/2.8 L II USM EF400mm f/4 DO IS USM EF400mm f/5.6 L USM EF500mm f/4 L IS USM EF500mm f/4.5 L USM EF500mm f/4.5 L II USM EF600mm f/4 L IS USM EF600mm f/4 L USM EF600mm f/4 L II USM EF1200mm f/5.6 USM TS-E24mm f/3.5L TS-E45mm f/2.8 TS-E90mm f/2.8 Hood Built-in Built-in EW-75 II EW-83D II EW-60 II EW-63 II EW-65 II EW-78C EW-65 II ES-79 II ES-71 II ES-65 ES-62 None ET-67B None ES-79 II ET-65 III ET-65 III ET-67 None ET-78 II ET-65 III ET-78 II ET-123 Built-in ET-83B II ET-120 ET-118 II ET-118 II ET-118 II Built-in Built-in ET-155 ET-161B II ET-161B II ET-120 Built-in ET-138 ET-123B ET-123B ET-160 ET-161 II ET-161 II Built-in EW-75B II EW-79B II ES-65 III

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Items Accommodated: Camera body, Lens, Front lens cap, Hood, Filter Symbols: : Compatible : Compatible on condition (A: Little loose, B: Little tight) : Compatible without hood and filter ( + + ) : Incompatible. Table 009 Lens Compatibility with EOS D REBEL XT / 350 D + Semi-Hard Case EH18-L (2/3)
No. 049 050 051 052 053 054 055 056 057 058 059 060 061 062 063 064 065 066 067 068 069 070 071 072 073 074 075 076 077 078 079 080 081 082 083 084 085 086 087 088 089 090 091 092 093 094 095 096 097 Lens EF-S10-22mm f/3.5-4.5 USM EF16-35mm f/2.8 L USM EF17-35mm f/2.8 L USM EF17-40mm f/4L USM EF-S17-85mm f/4-5.6 IS USM EF-S18-55mm f/3.5-5.6 EF-S18-55mm f/3.5-5.6 II EF-S18-55mm f/3.5-5.6 USM EF-S18-55mm f/3.5-5.6 II USM EF20-35mm f/2.8 L EF20-35mm f/3.5-4.5 USM EF22-55mm f/4-5.6 USM EF24-70mm f/2.8L USM EF24-85mm f/3.5-4.5 USM EF28-70mm f/2.8 L USM EF28-70mm f/3.5-4.5 EF28-70mm f/3.5-4.5 II EF28-80mm f/2.8-4 L USM EF28-80mm f/3.5-5.6 EF28-80mm f/3.5-5.6 II EF28-80mm f/3.5-5.6 USM EF28-80mm f/3.5-5.6 II USM EF28-80mm f/3.5-5.6 III USM EF28-80mm f/3.5-5.6 IV USM EF28-80mm f/3.5-5.6 V USM EF28-90mm f/4-5.6 EF28-90mm f/4-5.6 USM EF28-90mm f/4-5.6 II EF28-90mm f/4-5.6 II USM EF28-90mm f/4-5.6 III EF28-105mm f/3.5-4.5 USM EF28-105mm f/3.5-4.5 II USM EF28-105mm f/4-5.6 EF28-105mm f/4-5.6 USM EF28-135mm f/3.5-5.6 IS USM EF28-200mm f/3.5-5.6 EF28-200mm f/3.5-5.6 USM EF28-300mm f/3.5-5.6L IS USM EF35-70mm f/3.5-4.5 EF35-70mm f/3.5-4.5 A EF35-80mm f/4-5.6 PZ EF35-80mm f/4-5.6 EF35-80mm f/4-5.6 II EF35-80mm f/4-5.6 III EF35-80mm f/4-5.6 USM EF35-105mm f/3.5-4.5 EF35-105mm f/4.5-5.6 EF35-105mm f/4.5-5.6 USM EF35-135mm f/3.5-4.5 Hood EW-83E EW-83E EW-83C II EW-83E EW-73B EW-60C EW-60C EW-60C EW-60C EW-75 EW-83 II EW-60D EW-83F EW-73 II EW-83B II EW-68A EW-68A EW-79 EW-60C EW-60C EW-68A EW-60C EW-60C EW-60C EW-60C EW-60C EW-60C EW-60C EW-60C EW-60C EW-63 II EW-63 II EW-63B EW-63B EW-78B II EW-78D EW-78D EW-83G EW-68B EW-68B None EW-62 EW-54 II EW-54 II EW-54 II EW-68B EW-68B EW-60B EW-68B

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Items Accommodated: Camera body, Lens, Front lens cap, Hood, Filter Symbols: : Compatible : Compatible on condition (A: Little loose, B: Little tight) : Compatible without hood and filter ( + + ) : Incompatible. Table 009 Lens Compatibility with EOS D REBEL XT / 350 D + Semi-Hard Case EH18-L (3/3)
No. 098 099 100 101 102 103 104 105 106 107 108 109 110 111 112 113 114 115 116 117 118 119 120 121 122 123 124 125 126 127 128 Lens EF35-135mm f/4-5.6 USM EF35-350mm f/3.5-5.6 L USM EF38-76mm f/4.5-5.6 EF50-200mm f/3.5-4.5 EF50-200mm f/3.5-4.5 L EF55-200mm f/4.5-5.6 USM EF55-200mm f/4.5-5.6 II USM EF70-200mm f/2.8 L IS USM EF70-200mm f/2.8 L USM EF70-200mm f/4 L USM EF70-210mm f/4 EF70-210mm f/3.5-4.5 USM EF70-300mm f/4.5-5.6 DO IS USM EF75-300mm f/4-5.6 EF75-300mm f/4-5.6 II EF75-300mm f/4-5.6 III EF75-300mm f/4-5.6 USM EF75-300mm f/4-5.6 II USM EF75-300mm f/4-5.6 III USM EF75-300mm f/4-5.6 IS USM EF80-200mm f/2.8 L USM EF80-200mm f/4.5-5.6 EF80-200mm f/4.5-5.6 II EF80-200mm f/4.5-5.6 USM EF90-300mm f/4.5-5.6 EF90-300mm f/4.5-5.6 USM EF100-200mm f/4.5 A EF100-300mm f/5.6 EF100-300mm f/5.6 L EF100-300mm f/4.5-5.6 USM EF100-400mm f/4.5-5.6 IS USM Hood EW-62 EW-78 II EW-54 II ET-62 II ET-62 II ET-54 ET-54 ET-86 ET-83 II ET-74 ET-62 II ET-65 II ET-65B ET-65 II ET-60 ET-60 ET-60 ET-60 ET-60 ET-64 II ES-79 ET-62 II ET-54 ET-54 ET-60 ET-60 ET-62 II ET-62 II ET-62 II ET-65 III ET-83C

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CONTENTS
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Technical Information
1. TECHNICAL INFORMATION .......................................................................1 1.1 Image sensor CMOS sensor .............................................................1 1.2 Image recording and processing ..........................................................3 1.3 Compatibility with EF-S lenses.............................................................7 1.4 AF system ............................................................................................7 1.5 Viewfinder...........................................................................................10 1.6 Exposure control ................................................................................11 1.7 Drive ...................................................................................................13 1.8 Built-in flash........................................................................................14 1.9 Basic operation concept and LCD monitor.........................................15 1.10 Direct printing from camera and Print ordering (DPOF) ...................17 1.11 Interface ...........................................................................................19 1.12 Power source ...................................................................................19 1.13 Internal construction .........................................................................20

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1. TECHNICAL INFORMATION
1.1 Image sensor CMOS sensor
1) Major Specifications
The large CMOS sensor developed and manufactured by Canon has enabled the camera to attain the top overall performance in its class. It features high resolution (8.00 effective megapixels), wide ISO speed range (ISO 100-1600), and low noise (less than with the EOS DIGITAL REBEL/EOS 300D DIGITAL despite the 8 megapixels).
Table 001 CMOS sensor specifications
Effective pixels (approx.) Total pixels (approx.) Effective sensor size (mm) Pixel size (m) Color filter Aspect ratio 8.00 million: 3472 2312 8.20 million: 3520 2328 22.2 14.8 6.4 6.4 RGB primary color filter 3:2

Fig. 001 CMOS sensor

2) Wide ISO speed range


With the new technologies explained below, the camera has the same ISO speed range as the EOS DIGITAL REBEL/EOS 300D DIGITAL even though the pixel size is 6.4 6.4 m. (1) High ISO speeds Thanks to a newly-developed color filter and on-chip microlens, we were able to increase the microlens size (the gap between microlenses is about half that of the EOS DIGITAL REBEL/EOS 300D DIGITAL). This enhances the light-gathering efficiency. Also, as with the EOS 20D, the photodiode construction is optimized for the CMOS sensor to increase the sensitivity. Moreover, with the noise-reduction technology explained in 3), an excellent S/N performance is obtained to provide ISO 1600 as with the EOS DIGITAL REBEL/EOS 300D DIGITAL. The S/N ratio for low light has also been improved on par with the EOS 20D.
Microlens gap

Null area

Photodiode

EOS D REBEL XT / 350 D

EOS DIGITAL REBEL/EOS 300D DIGITAL

Fig. 002 Microlens comparison

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(2) Low ISO speeds More minute processing and optimized photo diode construction enable the photo diode to accumulate enough light. The dynamic range at low ISO speeds is therefore improved, making ISO 100 possible.

Table 002 CMOS Sensor Specifications


Camera EOS D REBEL XT / 350 D EOS DIGITAL REBEL/ EOS 300D DIGITAL EOS 20D EOS-1D Mark II EOS-1Ds Mark II Pixel Size 6.4 6.4 m 7.4 7.4 m 6.4 6.4 m 8.2 8.2 m 7.2 7.2 m ISO Speed 100 - 1600 100 - 1600 100 - 1600 3200 50 100 - 1600 3200 50 100 - 1600 3200

3) Low noise
Fixed-pattern noise and random noise which used to be a problem with CMOS sensors have been effectively suppressed as EOS digital technology advanced. Today, Canon's ultra low-noise CMOS sensor can even photograph the heavens in the night sky with very low noise. As with the EOS 20D, the EOS D REBEL XT / 350 D suppresses noise even further with its CMOS sensor. The random noise generated by the pixel's amp is reduced thanks to the improved device. And the second-generation, on-chip, noise-filtering circuit effectively eliminates random noise and fixed-pattern noise.

4) Saving power
To minimize the increase in power consumption due to the high-speed reading, the output amp's power consumption is kept to an absolute minimum. Also, as with the EOS 20D during long exposures, power to the output amp is cut off and the circuit-driving standard current is also cut off. Less power is thereby consumed.
Dichroic mirror (Reflects infrared rays) Infrared-absorbing glass

5) Infrared-blocking, low-pass filter


The EOS D REBEL XT / 350 D's infraredblocking, low-pass filter has the same construction as the EOS 20D's filter with infrared-absorbing glass and three crystal plates having a different optical axis. (1) The infrared-blocking, low-pass filter has a dichroic mirror made of a dielectric, multilayer coating (on front surface of the low-pass filter) that deflects light which has a wide infrared wavelength. It also has an infraredabsorbing glass layer to absorb near-infrared wavelengths in the visible spectrum. This hybrid construction consisting of deflecting and absorbing layers reduces the red ghosting caused by sensor reflections and image fogging.

CMOS sensor

Low-pass filter (Separates image in vertical direction) Phase layer (Converts linear polarized light into circular polarized light) Low-pass filter (Separates image in horizontal direction)

Fig. 003 Cross section of infraredblocking, low-pass filter

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(2) The low-pass filter consists of two crystal monocrystal plates that separate the subject image into four horizontal and vertical directions. In-between these two plates is a phase plate (crystal monocrystal plate) that converts the linear polarized light into circular polarized light. The first crystalline plate separates the image into two images horizontally. The light flux that becomes the orthogonal linear polarized light is converted into circular polarized light by the phase plate. The second crystal plate separates the images vertically, resulting in four images square. The image separation in the horizontal and vertical directions is optimized for the sensor pitch so that false colors caused by minute horizontal and vertical lines are reduced.

1.2 Image recording and processing


1) Image processing by DIGIC II
(1) Improvements over EOS DIGITAL REBEL/EOS 300D DIGITAL's DIGIC Newly-developed algorithm Faster image data signal processing Lower power consumption (2) Improved image quality compared to EOS DIGITAL REBEL/EOS 300D DIGITAL (Thanks to DIGIC II, a new algorithm, and an improved CMOS sensor.) Improved color reproduction of high-saturation, bright subjects Improved auto white balance precision Wider dynamic range in highlight areas

2) Recording quality
(1) Recording quality selection Besides six JPEG recording quality options, there are also now RAW only and RAW+JPEG (Large/Fine). (2) RAW+JPEG (Large/Fine) simultaneous recording As with the EOS 20D, the RAW and JPEG images can now be simultaneously recorded in the CF card. The file No. (IMG_xxx) is also the same (the extension is different) and recorded in the same folder. (3) RAW image type The EOS D REBEL XT / 350 D incorporates the same new RAW image type featured in Canon digital cameras from the EOS-1D Mark II onward. The extension is .CR2 (Canon Raw 2nd edition). (4) Design rule for Camera File System Version 2.0 / Exif Version 2.21 The camera complies to Design rule for Camera File System 2.0 (revised to support Adobe RGB) and Exif 2.21.

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Table 003 Recording Quality and File Size


Recording Quality Large Middle Small RAW RAW+Large/Fine Fine Normal Fine Normal Fine Normal Pixels recorded (Approx.) 3456 2304 (8.00 megapixels) 2496 1664 (4.15 megapixels) 1728 1152 (2.00 megapixels) RAW: 3456 2304 (8.20 megapixels) RAW RAW + JPEG JPEG Image Type Compression Single Image Size Max. Capacity Rate (Approx. MB) (Approx.) Low compression 3.3 145 High compression 1.7 279 Low compression 2.0 245 High compression 1.0 466 Low compression 1.2 419 High compression 0.6 790 8.3 58 RAW: Lossless 41 Compression Printing Size A3 or larger A5 - A4 A5 or smaller

A3 or larger

* "Max. Capacity" applies to a Canon 512 MB CF card. * The file size and maximum capacity varies depending on the subject, shooting mode, ISO speed, processing parameters, etc. * With B/W shooting, the single image size is smaller.

3) Color space
With the [Color space] menu, you can select [sRGB] or [Adobe RGB]. With the EOS DIGITAL REBEL/EOS 300D DIGITAL, if you selected Adobe RGB, the processing parameter would be set automatically to Standard (all items set to 0). But with the EOS D REBEL XT / 350 D, even if you select Adobe RGB, you can still shoot with any processing parameter.
Fig. 005 Color space setting screen

4) Processing parameters
(1) Color shooting As with the EOS DIGITAL REBEL/EOS 300D DIGITAL, the EOS D REBEL XT / 350 D now has [Parameter 1] to obtain vivid and sharp images and [Parameter 2] for neutral processing geared for post-processing of the image. [Parameter 1] sets the [Contrast], [Sharpness], and [Saturation] to +1. And [Parameter 2] sets all four settings (including [Color tone]) to 0. In the Basic Zone modes, [Parameter 1] is set automatically. In the Creative Zone modes, you can select [Parameter 1 or 2], [Set 1 to 3], or [B/W]. ([Parameter 1] is the default.) (2) Monochrome The camera's internal digital processing enables black-and-white images to be produced. This is a new feature, and the specifications and effects are the same as with the EOS 20D.

Fig. 006 Monochrome setting screen

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5) White balance
(1) Auto white balance The auto white balance has been improved from that of the EOS DIGITAL REBEL/EOS 300D DIGITAL to make color reproduction more accurate and natural. Moreover, with DIGIC II and an improved algorithm, the white balance is now more stable. Also, color reproduction (natural reds) under low color temperatures such as tungsten light has been Fig. 007 White balance setting screen improved along with improved skin tone reproduction. As with the EOS 20D, the EOS D REBEL XT / 350 D incorporates a new system that incorporates the flash's color temperature information (when fired) in the image processing. When the built-in flash or 580EX is used and the white balance is set to "AWB" or "Flash," the white balance will be more accurate for low-light shots. (2) White balance correction As with the EOS 20D, you can correct the color temperature for the white balance mode currently set. You can thereby obtain the same effects as using a color Blackbody White fluorescent light radial locus temperature conversion filter or color Tungsten correction filter. Each color can be corrected light bulb Daylight up to nine levels in single-level increments. The blue/amber bias and magenta/green bias corrections (diagonal coordinates) can also be set in combination. The setting screen is the same as the EOS 20D's, but color graph the setting operation is different. Use the Fig. 008 WB correction conceptual diagram. cross keys to set the desired white balance correction, and use the electronic dial to set the bracketing. (3) White balance bracketing (WB-BKT) As with the EOS DIGITAL REBEL/EOS 300D DIGITAL, a single shot results in three bracketed images each having a different white balance. You can bracket up to 3 levels in 1-level increments. The bracketing direction is the same as with white balance correction. It can be parallel to the Fig. 009 WB correction/BKT setting screen blackbody radial locus in the blue/Standard color temperature/amber direction or intersecting with the blackbody radial locus in the magenta/standard color temperature/green direction.
Note: The EOS DIGITAL REBEL/EOS 300D DIGITAL enabled only blue/amber bias settings. The new magenta/green bias settings come from the EOS 20D.

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6) Noise reduction
With the EOS DIGITAL REBEL/EOS 300D DIGITAL, fixed-pattern noise was minimal in long exposures so there was no noise-reduction feature. But if the exposure was extremely long, noise spots and a red tinge at the image corners occurred. With the EOS D REBEL XT / 350 D, such fixed-pattern noise is further reduced by noise reduction feature (C.Fn-2) so that the image has less noise. The noise reduction feature takes effect when the exposure is either 30 sec. or longer at ISO 100-800 or 1 sec. or longer at ISO 1600. The noise-reduction processing takes the same amount of time as the exposure time. Therefore, you cannot take another picture until after the noise-reduction processing is completed.
Note: Regardless of the drive mode, noise reduction will take effect right after each shot is taken.

7) Image recording to CF card


(1) Writing to CF card Thanks to DIGIC II and an improved card-writing process, the data-writing speed is approx. 3.5 times faster than with the EOS DIGITAL REBEL/EOS 300D DIGITAL.
Note: With a Canon 512MB CF card.

(2) Folder No. and file No. Table 004 File name and extension The idea behind the automaticallyRecording generated folder No. and the file No. Color space File name Extension Quality assigned to the captured image is the sRGB IMG_ same as the EOS DIGITAL .JPG JPEG Adobe RGB _MG_ REBEL/EOS 300D DIGITAL's. sRGB IMG_ Regarding RAW+JPEG images, they RAW .CR2 Adobe RGB _MG_ are saved under the same file No. in the same folder, as with the EOS 20D. The file name starts with "IMG_" for both JPEG and RAW images.

8) Startup time
The startup time has been shortened to approx. 0.2 sec. thanks to DIGIC II, an improved system process sequence during startup, shorter startup processing, and a revamped CF card access method.
Note: EOS DIGITAL REBEL/EOS 300D DIGITAL startup time was approx. 2.8 sec.

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1.3 Compatibility with EF-S lenses


Like the EOS DIGITAL REBEL/EOS 300D DIGITAL, the camera is compatible with EF-S lenses. EF-S lens compatibility is enabled by the mirror swing-up mechanism that moves the mirror to the back as the mirror goes up. The lens mount periphery is also lower. The lens mount index (white) for EF-S lenses has been moved to the stainless steel mount surface to make it easier to see.

Mirror edge path Lens rear edge

Fig. 010 Swing-up mechanism

1.4 AF system
1) AF unit and AF sensor
The AF unit, 7-point AF sensor, and viewfinder's focusing area are the same as the EOS DIGITAL REBEL/EOS 300D DIGITAL's.

Main mirror Secondary mirror


3.67
4.4

Field lens

7.34

Fig. 012 Focusing area


AF mirror Infrared cut filter Fixed diaphragm AF sensor Secondary imageformation lens

Fig. 011 Actual AF optics

Fig. 013 AF sensor

2) AF speed and calculation


This is the same as the EOS DIGITAL REBEL/EOS 300D DIGITAL. (Highperformance, 32-bit RISC microcomputer for high-speed computing and an AF sequence and focusing calculation based on the EOS 10D.) See the next page for a comparison of the AF speed.

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3) AF mode
The AF mode is now selectable. As usual, in the Basic Zone modes, the optimum AF mode is set automatically.
Note: Since the AF mode is set with the menu, it can be set even while the lens focus mode switch is set to MF. (However, AF will work only when the lens focus mode is set to AF.)

In the Sports mode (AI Servo AF set Fig. 014 AF mode setting screen automatically) and modes where AI Focus AF is set automatically, a low-volume beep sounds when focus is achieved in the AI SERVO AF mode if the beeper is enabled. This is the same as with the EOS 20D. In the Creative Zone modes when AI SERVO AF is set, the beeper will not sound even when focus is achieved.

4) AI SERVO AF
(1) Predictive AF computation 100 Predictive AF can focus track a [m] subject approaching at 50 kph up to 8 meters away with an EF300mm f/2.8L IS USM. As with the EOS DIGITAL 20 REBEL/EOS 300D DIGITAL, the 10 EOS D REBEL XT / 350 D's 8 predictive AF computation uses statistical prediction that incorporates the focusing data of past focusing operations. If focusing operations are repeated in a short period of time, the 1 5 10 50 100 500 predictive AF control can operate Subjects speed (kph) more effectively from the first Fig. 015 Predictive AF performance shot even for a subject moving erratically. Also, even if the subject movement changes right before the shot is taken, the predictive AF control will have a good chance of catching it. (2) For still subjects As with the EOS DIGITAL REBEL/EOS 300D DIGITAL, even when AI SERVO AF is used to focus a still subject, the focus control is stable enough so that the lens drive does not move minutely. If the subject moves significantly, the camera will be able to track it immediately. (3) Single-stroke, complete pressing of shutter button As with the EOS DIGITAL REBEL/EOS 300D DIGITAL, when focusing is possible, the lens drive is executed based on the focusing result right before the shutter release. The shot is then taken. If focusing is impossible, the shot will be taken instantly.
Subject distance

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5) Automatic AF point selection


As with the EOS DIGITAL REBEL/EOS 300D DIGITAL, the algorithm incorporating the orientation sensor makes the AF point selection accuracy (matching the user's intended subject) very high.

6) AF point selection
Selecting the AF point is now easier by pressing the AF point selector, and then pressing a cross key. The basic selection method is the same as the EOS ELAN 7NE/7N/30V/33V. When you try to select a AF point beyond the top, bottom, right, or left AF point, it will switch to automatic AF point selection. With the EOS D REBEL XT / 350 D, if you press the SET button while an AF point is selected, you can switch between the center AF point and automatic AF point selection. As with the EOS DIGITAL REBEL/EOS 300D DIGITAL, you can also press the AF point selection button and then turn the electronic dial to select an AF point. Also, if C.Fn-1-4 is set, you can skip pressing the AF point selection button and just use the cross keys to select the AF point directly as long as the metering is still active.
Note: When C.Fn-1-4 is set, the ISO speed, WB setting, metering mode, and AF mode menus will not be displayed even if you press the cross keys while the camera is ready to shoot. (The menus cannot be displayed directly.)

[With cross keys]


Automatic AF point selection Automatic AF point selection Automatic AF point selection

[With main dial]


Automatic AF point selection

Automatic AF point selection

Fig. 016 AF point selection sequence

7) AF-assist beam
As with the EOS DIGITAL REBEL/EOS 300D DIGITAL, the AF-assist beam is a series of stroboscopic flashes. The working range is approx. 4 meters at the center and approx. 3.5 meters at the other 6 AF points.
Speedlite 580EX 550EX 420EX 380EX 220EX 540EZ 430EZ ST-E2

Table 006 AF-assist with External Speedlites Automatic Selection Manual Selection Top/ Left/ Bottom Right Mid-left/ Mid-right q q q q

Center

q q q q q q q q q q q q* q q q* q q q q q* q q q * Focus can be achieved only with the center AF point.

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1.5 Viewfinder
1) Viewfinder optics
The basic configuration of the viewfinder optics is the same as the EOS DIGITAL REBEL/EOS 300D DIGITAL's. Only the eyepiece optics have been changed from four elements to three. Also, the hollow pentaprism is closer to focusing plane by 1.5 mm to make the height lower. Otherwise, the viewfinder specifications are the same as the EOS DIGITAL REBEL/EOS 300D DIGITAL's. (Magnification of 0.8, 95% coverage, 21mm eyepoint, and dioptric adjustment range of -3.0 to +1.0 dpt.)
SI prism Pentaprism mirror (Hollow) Metering lens Metering sensor Eyepiece lens 1 Built-in flash Eyepiece lens 2 Eyepiece lens 3

LCD panel Focusing screen LCD Main mirror Secondary mirror Shutter AF mirror Infrared cut filter AF sensor Secondary image-formation lens Main circuit board LCD monitor Image sensor Low-pass filter

Fig. 017 Cross section at center

2) Superimposition display
The superimposition display optics are the same as the EOS ELAN 7NE/7N/30V/33V's. Light from the superimposition LEDs positioned on the upper rear of the hollow pentaprism goes through the SI prism to be emitted to the center of the AF points on the focusing screen. At the center of each AF point on the fresnel side, there is a microscopic, fully-reflective prism array that reflects the emitted light. This produces the superimposed illumination.
SI prism Fixed diaphragm

Pentaprism mirror

SI-LED

3rd reflective panel

Focusing screen

Fig. 019 Microscopic prism array

Fig. 018 SI optics

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3) Focusing screen
The Precision matte focusing screen makes manual focusing easier and provides a bright viewfinder as well. To suit beginner photographers, the focusing screen is even brighter than the EOS 20D's Precision Matte focusing screen. The viewfinder coloring is also less pronounced than the EOS DIGITAL REBEL/EOS 300D Fig. 020 Focusing screen enlargement DIGITAL's.

4) Viewfinder blackout time


The viewfinder blackout time is about 30 % shorter than the EOS DIGITAL REBEL/EOS 300D DIGITAL's (approx. 250 ms 170 ms). This has been attained by 1. Having an independent cam gear driving the mirror and another one driving the shutter cocking. 2. Optimizing the timer values based on the actual performance of the EOS DIGITAL REBEL/EOS 300D DIGITAL and EOS 20D.

1.6 Exposure control


1) Metering
(1) Metering optics and metering sensor The metering optics have the same configuration as the EOS DIGITAL REBEL/EOS 300D DIGITAL with the metering sensor positioned behind the hollow pentaprism. The metering sensor is the same as the EOS DIGITAL REBEL/EOS 300D DIGITAL's 35-zone sensor. (2) Metering modes The metering mode can now be selected among evaluative metering, partial metering at center, and centerweighted average metering. For partial metering at the center, about 9% of the viewfinder area is used. (3) Evaluative metering algorithm The 35 metering zones are divided into three areas (metering area around AF point, weighted area, and peripheral metering area). Each area is weighted differently and the final metering is thereby calculated by an algorithm similar to the EOS DIGITAL REBEL/EOS 300D DIGITAL's. However, the algorithm has been modified to obtain a more stable exposure without being affected too much if the shot is slightly recomposed.
Fig. 021 Metering sensor

Fig. 022 Metering zones

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(4) E-TTL II algorithm E-TTL II autoflash control takes effect when the built-in flash or an EXseries Speedlite is used. The EOS D REBEL XT / 350 D also uses the latest E-TTL II autoflash algorithm similar to the one found in the EOS-1Ds/1D Mark II and EOS 20D which is more advanced than the EOS 10D's E-TTL autoflash algorithm.

2) Exposure control system


As with the EOS DIGITAL REBEL/EOS 300D DIGITAL, the EOS D REBEL XT / 350 D has eleven AE modes and a manual mode.

Fig. 023 Mode dial

3) Shutter
The EOS D REBEL XT / 350 D's shutter is the same APS-C-size shutter that was developed for the EOS 20D. By limiting the maximum shutter speed to 1/4000 sec., lower cost was achieved. With a fully-charged NB-2LH batteries, a bulb exposure can be as long as approx. 2 hours.

Fig. 024 Shutter unit Table 006 Shutter Design Specifications


Item 1. Type 2. Shutter curtain type 3. Shutter curtain blades 4. Shutter curtain material 5. Drive system Vertical-travel, focal-plane shutter Parallelogram link type 1st curtain: 4 blades 2nd curtain: 4 blades, total 8 1st curtain: 4 blades made of KN Mylar 2nd curtain: 4 blades made of KN Mylar 1st curtain: Dedicated torsion spring [Main only] 2nd curtain: Dedicated torsion spring [Main only] All speeds electronically controlled with the electrical conduction interval of the 1st curtain's dedicated magnet and the 2nd curtain's dedicated magnet. (The magnet attracts the curtain when turned on, and releases when turned off.) Approx. 2.9 ms/15 mm 1/4000 sec. - 30 sec., bulb 1/200 sec. 1. X-sync (electronic X), 2. 2nd curtain travel-completed signal Specification

6. Speed control method 7. Curtain speed 8. Shutter speed range 9. Max. flash sync 10. Signals

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4) ISO speed
(1) ISO speed range As with the EOS DIGITAL REBEL/EOS 300D DIGITAL, the EOS D REBEL XT / 350 D can set ISO 100 - 1600 in 1-stop increments. There is no ISO speed extension. (2) ISO auto As with the EOS 20D, the EOS D REBEL XT / 350 D sets ISO 400 as the standard setting (except in Portrait mode). This results in good image quality while reducing the chances of camera shake more than before. When flash is used, the main subject's background will also look bright.
Table 007 Automatic ISO Speed Settings
No Flash Full Auto Portrait Landscape Close-up Sports Night Portrait Flash Off 100 - 400 (100 for speeds slower than 1/500 sec.) 100 100 - 400 (100 for 1/1.25f* and faster speeds) 100 - 400 (100 for speeds slower than 1/500 sec.) 400 100 - 400 (100 for speeds slower than 1/500 sec.) 100 - 400 (100 for speeds slower than 1/500 sec.) W/built-in flash 400 400 400 400 W/external Speedlite 400 400 400 400 400 400 400

Fig. 025 ISO speed setting screen

* Focal length 1/1.25 sec.

1.7 Drive
1) Continuous shooting
A maximum continuous shooting speed of 3 shots/sec. can be attained in both the One-Shot AF and AI SERVO AF modes. This is made possible by separate control systems for driving the mirror and shutter, the CMOS sensor (2-channel 16 MHz reading) enabling high-speed signal reading, and the DIGIC II enabling high-speed image processing.

2) Maximum burst during continuous shooting


The EOS DIGITAL REBEL/EOS 300D DIGITAL's maximum burst during continuous shooting was 4 shots regardless of the recording quality setting. With the EOS D REBEL XT / 350 D, the maximum burst is approx. 14 shots in the JPEG Large/Fine mode. This was made possible by changing the image processing method.
Table 008 Maximum burst during continuous shooting
Recording Quality Max. Burst [Approx.] L/F 14 L/N 36 M/F 27 M/N 110 S/F 80 S/N 780 RAW 5 RAW+L/F 4

* When Canon 512 MB CF card is used. (Depending on the CF card used, the max. burst vary.) * With the EOS DIGITAL REBEL/EOS 300D DIGITAL, no image processing is executed during continuous shooting, so the image is processed after the shooting stops. However, with the EOS D REBEL XT / 350 D, image processing is executed even during continuous shooting. Therefore, the maximum burst during continuous shooting is much higher. * If white balance bracketing is used, the image processing method will be the same as the EOS DIGITAL REBEL/EOS 300D DIGITAL's. Therefore, the maximum burst during continuous shooting will be lower.

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3) Number of possible shots


Thanks to the power-saving measures listed below, the number of possible shots is the same as with the EOS DIGITAL REBEL/EOS 300D DIGITAL: Approx. 600 shots at 20C and 450 shots at 0C.
Note: With a fully-charged NB-2LH and AE 100%. Based on CIPA testing standards.

Power-saving circuit design (optimization of DC/DC circuit efficiency and low power consumption of the digital microcomputer) Low power consumption of DIGIC II CMOS sensor with a lower power consumption than with the EOS DIGITAL REBEL/EOS 300D DIGITAL The total power consumed by one shooting sequence has been reduced by about 35% compared with the EOS DIGITAL REBEL/EOS 300D DIGITAL. Even with a compact, lightweight battery, the number of possible shots is on par with the EOS DIGITAL REBEL/EOS 300D DIGITAL.

1.8 Built-in flash


1) Flash exposure control
The built-in flash employs the E-TTL II autoflash system which obtains more accurate and stable flash exposures than the EOS DIGITAL REBEL/EOS 300D DIGITAL's E-TTL autoflash system.

2) Built-in flash
The built-in flash head employs the EOS DIGITAL REBEL/EOS 300D DIGITAL's arm and the retraction and locking system is the same as the EOS 20D's built-in flash. The top cover has a shockabsorbing material to reduce the pop-up shock level on par with the EOS DIGITAL REBEL/EOS 300D DIGITAL's built-in flash. The height of the popped up Xe tube is about the same as the EOS Fig. 026 Comparison of built-in flash height 20D's. With the EF-S 17-85mm f/4-5.6 IS USM, the built-in flash can be used for subjects as close as 1 meter. While retaining Guide No. 13 (ISO 100 in meters), the built-in flash coverage has expanded from the EOS DIGITAL REBEL/EOS 300D DIGITAL's 18mm to 17mm. The EOS D REBEL XT / 350 D is compatible with the 580EX's "Auto zoom for image size" feature. (The 580EX automatically detects the EOS D REBEL XT / 350 D's sensor size and automatically sets the optimum flash coverage.)
EOS DIGITAL REBEL/ EOS 300D DIGITAL: 86.5mm

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1.9 Basic operation concept and LCD monitor


1) Basic operation concept
The basic operation for selecting and setting various functions with the electronic dial, cross keys, and buttons are the same as with the EOS DIGITAL REBEL/EOS 300D DIGITAL. Operations different from the EOS DIGITAL REBEL/EOS 300D DIGITAL are as follows; 1. The LCD panel illumination button also functions as a Direct Print button. 2. The drive mode button is now on the camera back. 3. The cross keys also function as ISO, WB, Metering, and AF (menu screen) short cut keys. 4. The AF point can be selected with the cross keys.

Fig. 027 Short-cut function

The short cut function (3.) is a new feature to afford smaller size and less weight as well as quick and easy operation. It also meets the user demand for selectable AF modes and metering modes. As with previous EOS digital cameras, no matter what state the camera is currently in (except during direct printing), pressing the shutter button will instantly return you to standby for shooting.

2) LCD monitor
The EOS D REBEL XT / 350 D's LCD monitor is a 1.8-inch, polysilicon, TFT liquid-crystal, color monitor with 115,000 pixels. It has a high transparence, high contrast, and wide angle of view. For the backlight, there are three LED modules that consume little power. With the [LCD brightness] menu, you can refer to a gray chart and set the monitor brightness to one of five levels. With the previous models, there were a few complaints about the brightness of the image displayed on the LCD monitor being slightly different from the actual brightness (as viewed on a personal computer). This problem has been resolved by changing the LCD monitor's gamma curve. This has also enhanced the gradation of highlight areas.

3) Image playback
Image playback-related improvements over the EOS DIGITAL REBEL/EOS 300D DIGITAL are listed below. Otherwise, the playback specifications are the same as with the EOS DIGITAL REBEL/EOS 300D DIGITAL. [Single image] Single images can now be displayed without including the basic information.

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[Jump display] In addition to "Jump 10 images," "Jump 100 images" and "Jump shot date" are now possible when a single image is displayed. With the jump screen, use the top/bottom cross keys to select the jump metjod, then use the left/right cross keys to jump. [Shooting information] The color space, WB correction, and B/W indicator have been added. [Camera settings] The WB correction/WB-BKT setting and color space have been added.
Fig. 028 Jump feature

1. Single image (with basic information)

2. Shooting information

3. Single image (no shooting information)

Camera settings

Fig. 029 Single image display/Shooting information/Camera settings

4) Menu functions
The characters displayed on the EOS D REBEL XT / 350 D's LCD panel has a wider width (expanded from 32 to 36 dots for Japanese, Simplified Chinese, Traditional Chinese, and Korean and from 20 to 22 dots for Western languages) for easier reading.
Note: Due to the larger character width, the extreme left and right characters are more likely to be cut-off when viewed on a TV monitor. The characters have been designed primarily to be easily read on the camera's LCD monitor.

EOS D REBEL XT / 350 D

EOS DIGITAL REBEL/EOS 300D DIGITAL

Fig. 030 Menu screen comparison

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5) Customization
Only the functions that are not self explanatory on-screen are explained below. [C.Fn-1: SET button/Cross keys funct.] This Custom Function enables you to change the function assigned to the SET button and cross keys for when the camera is ready to shoot. 1 [SET:Quality]/2 [SET:Parameter] When you press the SET button, the respective menu screen will appear (as with the cross key). This makes it quicker to Fig. 031 Custom Function screen change a menu setting. 3 [SET:Playback] Enables you to playback images by pressing the SET button. 4 [Cross keys:AF frame selec.] Without pressing the AF point selector first, you can select the AF point directly with the cross keys. In this case, pressing the AF point selector will switch to automatic AF point selection and pressing the SET button will select the center AF point.
Note: If C.Fn-1-4 is set, pressing the cross keys when the camera is ready to shoot will not display the ISO speed, WB setting, metering mode, and AF mode menus. (The short cut display will be disabled.)

[C.Fn-2: Long exposure noise reduction]: See item 11-2 (6) on page 06. [C.Fn-3 to 9]: Although some of the numbers are different, the Custom Functions are the same as the EOS 20D's.

1.10 Direct printing from camera and Print ordering (DPOF)


As with the EOS DIGITAL REBEL/EOS 300D DIGITAL, the EOS D REBEL XT / 350 D is compatible with PictBridge, CP Direct, Bubble Jet Direct, and DPOF Print Ordering (Version 1.1). The basic specifications are the same as the EOS 20D's. To further promote direct printing, the EOS D REBEL XT / 350 D's Communications menu setting is set to [Print/PTP] by default.
[Print/PTP]. Note 2: With the newly-developed CameraWindow, the images can be downloaded in the same way as before even if Communications is set to [Print/PTP].

Fig. 032 Communications setting screen

Note 1: If [PC connection] is selected, printing will not be possible (a warning appears). It must be set to

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The printing system will be set automatically to suit the respective printer as follows: CP printers CP Direct (as of December, 2004) PIXUS (compatible with both PictBridge/BubbleJet) PictBridge (BubbleJet Direct not possible) (Non-Canon printers) Printers compatible with PictBridge only PictBridge BJ printers compatible only with Bubble Jet Direct* Bubble Jet Direct
* The Communications setting will be switched automatically from [Print/PTP] to [PC connection].

The EOS D REBEL XT / 350 D has the Easy Printing feature which is compatible with the latest PowerShot cameras. The printing procedure is as follows: 1. 2. 3. 4. Connect to the printer. Playback the images and select one to print. Check the print settings (see Fig. 034). Press the Direct Print button that lights in blue.

Fig. 033 Direct Print button

Note: When you stop selecting images, the print settings will be redisplayed after about 5 sec. elapse.

Easy Printing feature is effective when you want to repeatedly print photos according to the same print settings (paper size, date, borders, etc.). If you want to change the print settings, just playback the image to be printed and press the SET button. Set the print settings on the menu screen as desired. When the camera is connected to a CP printer, Fig. 034 Easy Printing screen the size of the paper currently loaded will be selected automatically for proper printing. However, if the camera is connected to a nonCanon printer compatible with PictBridge, be sure to check the screen to see whether the proper paper size has been selected.
Note: If the size of the paper currently loaded differs from the paper size setting, the image will not be printed correctly.

As with the EOS 20D, printing time with a PictBridge-compatible PIXUS printer connected to the EOS D REBEL XT / 350 D is now faster than before.

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1.11 Interface
1) USB 2.0 Hi-Speed
The actual transfer speed is about 10 times faster than with the EOS DIGITAL REBEL/EOS 300D DIGITAL thanks to the DIGIC II and a faster digital circuit.

2) Video OUT port/Remote control terminal


The specifications of the video OUT port and remote control terminal are the same as the EOS DIGITAL REBEL/EOS 300D DIGITAL's.
Fig. 035 Terminals

1.12 Power source


1) Internal power
The camera is powered by one Battery Pack NB-2LH. The battery charger comes in two types: The CB-2LT has a built-in power plug, and the CB-2LTE has a cordattached power plug. The type of charger suiting the respective marketing area will be bundled with the camera. The NB-2LH's recharging time is about 90 min.

2) Household power outlet


Uses AC Adapter Kit ACK700.

3) Battery Grip BATTERY GRIP BG-E3


This can accommodate one of two types of magazines: [Battery Magazine BGM-E3L] Accommodates one or two NB-2LH battery packs. If two battery packs are loaded, power will be drawn from the one having a higher voltage. Then when the voltage of the two battery packs is at the same level, power is drawn from both battery packs. [Battery Magazine BGM-E3A] Fig. 036 EOS D REBEL XT / 350 D Accommodates six size-AA batteries. They can +BATTERY GRIP BG-E3 be alkaline, lithium, or Ni-MH batteries. As with using the EOS 20D with BG-E2, using size-AA batteries with the EOS D REBEL XT / 350 D is recommended only as a last resort at room temperature.

Fig. 037 BGM-E3L

Fig. 038 BGM-E3A

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1.13 Internal construction


1) Exterior covers and internal construction
The body consists of a chassis made of stainless steel, and a mirror box made of high-strength engineering plastic. The mirror box, to which the lens mount and image sensor are attached, is fixed very securely on the chassis to obtain the same body strength as the EOS 20D. This is to prevent the flange focal distance from changing due to the static pressure of the attached lens. As with the EOS DIGITAL REBEL/EOS 300D DIGITAL, the EOS D REBEL XT / 350 D's top, front, and rear covers are made of special engineering plastic known for light weight, excellent strength, and electromagnetic shielding. The exterior finish is more refined than the EOS DIGITAL REBEL/EOS 300D DIGITAL's. Silver and black models will be offered.

Fig. 039 Exterior covers and internal construction

2) Compact, light weight, and lower cost


The EOS D REBEL XT / 350 D is made much smaller, lighter, and cheaper thanks to the following: Compact shutter unit optimized for the APSC-size sensor. In turn, the viewfinder optics consisting of the mirror box, mirror, focusing screen, etc., were also downsized. Compact motor positioned horizontally thanks to an optimized driving mechanism for the mirror, shutter, and flash. DIGIC II and the newly-developed TG, LPU, motor driver, etc., incorporated. Streamlined sensor manufacturing process and smaller and thinner sensor package.
Optics Mechanical parts Electrical parts Circuit boards Lead wires Total (Official) Screws and washers Total

Table 009 Parts Count


Item EOS D REBEL XT / 350 D 18 220 915 19 12 1184 135 1319

* The shutter unit is counted as 1 part. * The E-ring is counted as a washer. * The official total excludes the screws and washers.

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Compact lithium battery incorporated. Electrical parts in common with PowerShot cameras are incorporated.

3) Shutter release mechanism


The shutter release mechanism is Table 010 Shutter-release stroke and pressure the same as the EOS ELAN State Stroke Pressure 7E/ELAN 7/30/33's. The time lag Shutter button protrusion 0.78mm from SW-1 ON to shutter release is 0.1kgf Standby position to SW-1 ON 0.5mm approx. 17% shorter than the EOS 0.3kgf SW-1 ON to SW-2 ON 0.2mm DIGITAL REBEL/EOS 300D DIGITAL (approx. 128 ms 100 ms, within 3.5 stops of maximum aperture).

4) Electrical components
The EOS D REBEL XT / 350 D's circuit board configuration consists of five hard boards centering on the digital control circuit board, camera control circuit board, and DC/DC converter circuit board. Through various connectors, these boards are connected to 14 flexible circuit boards. The EOS DIGITAL REBEL/EOS 300D DIGITAL had the digital control circuit board and camera control circuit board are on one large hard board. However, to make it more compact, the EOS D REBEL XT / 350 D's main board also integrates the DC/DC converter circuit. The next page has figures showing the location of major mechanical components, major circuit boards, and a cross section at the center.
Flash circuit board

Motor drive board

External interface connection circuit board

SDR SDRAM

10mm

Main board (top)

DIGIC II

Main board (bottom)

Fig. 040 Major hard boards

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5) Compliance to RoHS directive (Restriction of the Use of Certain Hazardous Substances in Electrical and Electronic Equipment)
The RoHS directive will ban the use of the following six toxic substances in any electrical and electronic equipment: Lead, mercury, cadmium, hexavalent chromium, polybrominated biphenyl, and polybrominated diphenyl ether. It will take effect from July 1, 2006 and be applied to products sold in the EU. The EOS D REBEL XT / 350 D meets this directive.
Note: RoHS directive: Restriction of the use of certain Hazardous Substances in electrical and electronic equipment.
Built-in flash unit Flash pop-up mechanism Dioptric adjustment mechanism Mode Dial Power switch Audio element Shutter button Main Dial Drive motor CF card slot Red-eye reduction lamp Lithium ion battery Mirror-driving mechanism Shutter speed control mechanism Electronic mount contact pins AF unit Hot shoe Metering sensor SI unit Pentaprism mirror Flash exposure sensor Viewfinder information LCD LCD panel Focusing screen Video OUT terminal Remote control terminal Flash main capacitor Digital terminal Orientation detection sensor Secondary mirror Main mirror TFT display unit

Fig. 041 Location of major mechanical components


AE flexible board SI flexible board (Superimposition LED) CMOS sensor Main board (Camera, digital circuit, DC/DC)

External interface connection circuit board Motor driver board Flash circuit board AF flexible board

Fig. 042 Location of major circuit boards

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Flash circuit board

Flash capacitor

Battery

Chassis Main board Image sensor LCD monitor Shutter Optical low-pass filter/ Infrared cut filter CF card slot

Fig. 043 Cross section at center

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CONTENTS
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1. REPAIR PREPARATIONS ..........................................................................1 1.1 Initial Check List ..................................................................................1 1.2 Power Current Consumption Check ....................................................3 1.3 Residual Battery Display Check ..........................................................4 1.4 Serial No. Location ..............................................................................4 1.5 How to Remove Connectors and Lead Wires .....................................4 1.6 Repair Tools and Materials List ...........................................................5 1.7 Locally-Made Parts ..............................................................................6 2. DISASSEMBLY AND ASSEMBLY ..............................................................8 2.1 Disassembly of Side Cover, Lithium Battery, Back Cover ...................8 2.2 Removal of Front Cover Ass'y ...........................................................10 2.3 Removal of Top Cover, Eyepiece Cover, Finder Ass'y .....................12 2.4 Removal of Main PCB Unit Part / IMG Unit .......................................15 2.5 Removal of Main Base Plate .............................................................18 2.6 Removal of Flash / MD PCB Ass'y and Shutter Unit .........................20 2.7 Disassembly of Mirror Box Ass'y .......................................................22 2.8 Disassembly of Top Cover Ass'y .......................................................25 2.9 Disassembly and Assembly of Back Cover Unit ...............................28

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1. REPAIR PREPARATIONS
1.1 Initial Check List
Disassembly and Assembly: 1) Antistatic measure
Be sure to use an antistatic wrist strap when disassembling or assembling.

2) Measuring environment
Before using major measuring tools (Light Source, AF Chart Stand, or Standard Tool Lens), be sure to make an inspection and keep a record of the result routinely.

3) Discharge positions
After replacing the front cover, be sure to discharge from the main capacitor.
Charge Inhibit Pad: Remove the solder on the land.

Discharge position: Discharge on the lands.

Fig. 001

4) Interim Operation
By installing the tool battery (CY9-7125) to the camera and attaching the tool flexes, you can set the camera to following condition without the back cover unit and the top cover unit. Camera Condition: Releasable, Set to AV mode, CF card recording enabled, Battery charge inhibited Operation State 1. Releasable 2. Shooting mode: AV priority AF 3. CF card recordable 4. Charge inhibited
Press the CF cover SW.

Attach the tool flexes.

Fig. 002

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5) Parts for product reliability


Make sure the following parts are attached.
Be careful not to route the leadwires under the plate. NG: Leadwires are routed under the plate.

OK

Prevents short-circuit.

Fig. 003

Fig. 004

6) Dust cleaning of the imageing surface (LPF surface)


Make sure that DIA (Digital Image Analyzer) displays "PASS" in the dust check when returning repaired products to users. (1) DIA Software Guide: Detects dust elements on designated image and counts the number. Based on the location, size and number of dust specs, DIA judges "PASS" or "FAIL". 1. Take a picture Shooting condition: EF 50/1.8 lens Av Priority AE (F22) ISO 100, AEB JPEG Large/Fine Light Source (EF-1,8000 or Light Box) 2. Download an image to PC. 3. Open the JPEG file on DIA. 4. The result of the judgement In case of "FAIL", click the No. and check where the dust is located if necessary. Then, clean the dust.

Fig. 005

Fig. 006

Fig. 007

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(2) Dust Loupe (CY9-1132): Use the dust loupe set as a service tool to check dust. The imaging surface of which all dust viewable with the loupe has been cleaned should meet the cleaning standard.

Fig. 008

1.2 Power Current Consumption Check


Current Consumption Standards
Lens: EF 50mm f/1.8II Power source: Constant voltage 8.0 V, 0.40 (No CF card installed) Ambient conditions: Room temperature, normal humidity (below 60%) Camera State Standby Lock SW1-ON Standard 150 mA or lower 150 A or lower 350 mA or lower

Note 1: Connect the resistance with the tool battery for measurement. Note 2: Actual measurement data is taken from the initial lot of mass production cameras. It may differ slightly with subsequent lots. Note 3: Standby means the condition where the camera stands by while Main SW is on.

Constant-Voltage Power Source

Digital tester or other ammeter

+
Resistance

Tool battery To camera

Fig. 009

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1.3 Residual Battery Display Check


Tool: Use a tools battery and resistance. Power: Set the constant voltage 7.5[V]. (1) Insert the tool battery to the camera. (2) Turn on the main SW. (3) Raise supply voltage gradually holding SW1 ON to make sure the display switches within each voltage range.

7.500.20 V

6.500.20 V

Fig. 010

1.4 Serial No. Replacement


Serial No. on the body number label (CY3-1487(S)/CY3-1492(B)) is used for various information such as service information after the product release. In particular, when the label is replaced with the service part, the classification number (forth and fifth digit of the serial number) is not reflected. Therfore, be sure to copy them to the surface of TFT holder unit base inside the camera.

01

Fig. 011

Fig. 012

1.5 How to Remove Connectors and Lead Wires


(1) Remove the claws of connectors in the directions indicated with arrows. (2) For connectors with leadwires, pull the leadwires to remove.

Lift the connectors directly above to remove.

Fig. 013

Fig. 014

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1.6 Repair Tools and Materials List


The following tools and materials are required for camera reassembly and adjustment.

1) Tools List
New Name Conductive Sheet TOOL BATTERY PROBE KIT(ES-1N) Liquid Dispenser Tweezers(AA type/GG type) Blower Lens Tissue (K-1 thick/K-3 thin) Lead-free solder Wrist Strap (Earth) Multiple Tool II Screw Driver Handle CROSS-RECESS BIT TB35-5(3mm,l=50mm) CROSS-RECESS BIT TB35-6(2.5mm,l=115mm) CROSS-RECESS BIT TB35-7(2.5mm,l=50mm) CROSS-RECESS BIT TB35-8(2mm,l=50mm) Hi-Torque Screwdriver ELECTRIC SCREW DRIVER POWER SUPPLY(100,120,220,240) ADAPTOR, POWER SUPPLY(DR-700) Lead-free Solder Iron Part No. CY9-1061-000 CY9-1101-000 CY9-4017-000 CY9-4018-001/002 CY9-4020-000 CY9-4023-001/003 CY9-4045-000 CY9-6158-000 CY9-7099-000 CY9-7014-001 CY9-7014-002 CY9-7014-003 CY9-7014-004 CY9-7014-005 CY9-7015-000 CY9-7061-000 CY9-7062-000(xxx) CY9-7125-000 Commercially available

2) Charts and Locally-Made Tools


New Name SPC positioning mask Back cover flex Top cover flex Resistance part Part No. Locally-made Locally-made Locally-made Locally-made Purpose/Subject Interim operation check Interim operation check Inhibits voltage

* For details, see "About Locally-Made Tools."

3) Other Products for Testing


New Name Part No. EF 50mm f/1.8 II production lens Speedlite (380EX, 550EX, or other E-TTL) Purpose Camera operations, adjustments, checking Flash metering adjustment

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4) Expendables List
New Name Light-shield tape Tape (No. 315) Double-sided tape Instant adhesive 201 Screw Lock L Bond 1401C Grease UTLM-10 Silicon KE347B Coating agent 1B-66 Grease H-26 Grease Grease Grease Grease Grease IF-10 NFH-743C SJF-102 A-74 NK-74C Part No. CY9-4026-000 CY9-4031-000 CY9-4034-000 CY9-8007-000 CY9-8008-000 CY9-8011-000 CY9-8031-000 CY9-8064-000 CY9-8069-000 CY9-8079-000 CY9-8088-000 CY9-8125-000 CY9-8100-000 CY9-8102-000 CY9-8117-000 CY9-8118-000 CY9-8123-000 CY9-8129-000 DY9-3042-000 Purpose M2 motor Body Securing SPD and SI in place For screw heads Screw lock Mirror parts Water resistance For inside DC/DC

Mount spring friction surfaces Front cover's friction surfaces For parts assembly M2 gear shafts Lubricating material Mount ring adhesion, etc. Parts assembly Adhesive for parts Flex surface

Bond Super X8008B Water repellent ST-420 Bond 1663G Nonabrasive agent

1.7 Locally-Made Parts


1) SPD Positioning Mask
On a black low-reflectance paper, make holes as arranged below.
57mm

4~6mm

2~3mm

Fig. 015

2) Preparation of resistance part


What to prepare: (1) Film case (2) Probe (3) Joint plug (4) 0.5 ohm, 5W resistance x1 (Procured commercially) x1 (Procured commercially) x1 (Procured commercially) x2 (Bundled with CY9-1101-000 TOOL BATTERY PROBE KIT)

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Procedure: (1) Prepare above parts. (2) Make holes in the cover and the bottom of the film case to attach plugs. Insert the joint plug [A'] into the bottom hole and fix it with supplied washer from inside. (3) Solder two 0.5 ohm resistances together in parallel , place it inside the film case and solder the end of the resistance [A] to the joint plug [A'] inside the film case (4) Solder the other side of the resistance [B] to the probe [B'] inside the film case. Finished product

Solder together in parallel.

A' B' A
Fig. 016 Fig. 017

3) Preparation of interim operation tool flex


Purpose: To make the product releasable without the back cover and the top cover unit. Preparation: Flex and multipurpose leadwires. CAUTION

Be sure to use a wrist strap when starting the camera with the tool flex attached.

Procedure: (1) Remove the flexes inside the top cover unit. (2) Connect two flexes with a leadwire as shown below.

Fig. 018

Connect with a leadwire. Connect with a leadwire.

Fig. 019

Fig. 020

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2. DISASSEMBLY AND ASSEMBLY


2.1 Disassembly of Side Cover, Lithium Battery, Back Cover
*Be careful not to break the claw during disassembly. *Apply small amount of Bond 1401 to the screw end.

l=2.0 x2

*Be careful not to damage the CF detection SW.

3) Back Cover

CAUTION 1

Mounted
l=3.0 x3

With claw

1) Side Cover

l=4.5 x2

2) Lithium Battery

*Apply small amount of Grease NFH-743 to the operation surface.

*Reference position for applying tape

*Fix the flex with tape in place.

Fig. 021 Disassembly of Side Cover, Lithium Battery, Back Cover

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<Disassembly Procedure> 1) Side cover


(1) Remove two screws and lift the side cover in the direction indicated with an arrow to remove.

2) Lithium battery
(1) Open the battery cover and slide the claw of the shaft to remove the cover. (2) Slide the lithium battery to remove.

3) Back cover unit


(1) Remove three screws.

Unscrew

Fig. 022

Unscrew

Fig. 023

(2) Open the CF card slot and remove two screws shown below.

(3) Push down the red-circled part to unhook the back cover from the top.

Unscrew

Fig. 024

(4) Remove two flex connectors to remove the back cover unit. Be careful not to damage CAUTION 1 the connector by disconnecting forcibly.

Fig. 024-01

[A]
Remove the flex connector

<Reassembly Cautions>
Make sure claws and grooves are fit in place. Also, be sure to apply tape fixing the leadwire [A].

Fig. 025

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2.2 Removal of Front Cover Ass'y

1) Front Cover

l=4.0

CAUTION 1
l=6.0 x2

2) Bottom Plate
l=6.0 l=3.0 x2

l=4.5

l=3.0

l=5.0 x2

*Apply small amount of Bond 1663G to attach the model name plate.

Fig. 026 Removal of Front Cover Ass'y

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<Disassembly Procedure> 1) Front cover


(1) Remove two screws from the front, three screws from the bottom and one screw from the side.
Unscrew

Unscrew Unscrew

Fig. 027

Fig. 028

Fig. 029

(2) Lift the front cover over the tripod screw to remove it.

(3) Discharge between two leadwires using discharge resistance.

CAUTION 1

Discharge Position Tripod screw

Fig. 030

Fig. 031

2) Bottom plate
(1) Remove four screws to remove the bottom plate unit.
Unscrew

Fig. 032

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2.3 Removal of Top Cover, Eyepiece Cover, Finder Ass'y

2) Top Cover Ass'y

l=4.0 x2

l=4.0 x2

l=4.0 l=6.0 x2

3) Eyepiece Cover
l=4.5 x3

4) Finder Ass'y

1) AF Unit * Usually no need to disassembly.

CAUTION 1
When removing the screw, positioning adjustment is necessary. *Apply small amount of Screw Lock to the screw head.

Fig. 033 Removal of Top Cover, Eyepiece Cover, Finder Ass'y

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<Disassembly Procedure> 1) AF unit


(1) Remove the flex connector and two screws. Lift the AF unit slowly to remove. Disassembling AF unit, readjustment is 1 required. However, CAUTION normally, disassembly of AF unit is not necessary.
Unscrew

Fig. 034

2) Top cover ass'y


(1) Remove three screws from the back, two screws from the top, and one screw from the side.
Unscrew Unscrew Unscrew

Fig. 035

Fig. 036

Fig. 037

(2) Disconnect two flex connectors as shown below.


Disconnect the flex connectors.

(3) Disconnect two connectors with leadwires.


Disconnect the leadwires.

Fig. 038

Fig. 039

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3) Eyepiece cover
(1) Remove two screws to remove the eyepiece cover.

Unscrew

Fig. 040

4) Finder Ass'y
(1) Disconnect three flex connectors as shown below.
Disconnect

(2) Remove the leadwires temporarily for ease in work.

Fig. 041

Fig. 042

(3) Remove three screws to lift and remove the finder ass'y.

Unscrew

Fig. 043

<Reassembly Cautions>
Be sure to route the leadwires as shown in Fig. 044.

Fig. 044

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2.4 Removal of Main PCB Unit Part / IMG Unit


*Apply Bond 1663G to cover more than 1/2 of the circumference

1), 2) Main PCB Unit

l=1.6 l=3.0 x2

CAUTION 1

5) IMG Unit
l=4.5 x3

3) CF Slot Unit
l=2.5 x2 l=1.6

CAUTION 2
x3

l=1.6 x2

l=2.5 x2

4) Interface PCB Unit

*Apply Bond 1663G to cover more than 1/2 of the circumference

*Apply light shielding tape as shown below.

A: Countermeasure for light shining to CMOS ass'y. B: Countermeasure for short-circuit at video output.

Fig. 045 Removal of Main PCB Unit Part / IMG Unit

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<Disassembly Procedure> 1) Main PCB ass'y part


(1) Unsolder at seven positions to remove the shield case.

Unsolder

Fig. 046

(2) Disconnect four flex connectors. (3) Remove two connectors with leadwires. Be sure to use a wrist strap when starting the camera with the tool flex attached.

Remove the leadwire. Remove the flex connectors.

CAUTION 1

Remove the leadwire.

Fig. 047

(4) Remove three screws and one screw from the shield case on the side.

Unscrew

Unscrew

Fig. 048

Fig. 049

2) Main PCB ass'y


(1) Remove two screws to remove the main PCB unit.
Unscrew

Fig. 050

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3) Shield case
(1) Unsolder the CF slot at two points and remove it.
WSI-6518

2
Fig. 051

4) Interface PCB ass'y


(1) Remove two screws to lift and remove the interface PCB ass'y.
Unscrew

Fig. 052

5) IMG PCB ass'y


(1) Remove five screws. (2) Remove IMG unit carefully. Be sure not to scratch it.
Unscrew

CAUTION 2

To avoid losing the focus adjsutment screws, mount those screws and the washers temporarily.
Fig. 053

6) Flange back adjustment washer


(1) To avoid losing the flange back adjustment washers, mount them temporarily.
Mount temporarily

Fig. 054

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2.5 Removal of Main Base Plate

1) Main Base Plate Unit

CAUTION 1

l=4.5 x4

Fig. 055 Removal of Main Base Plate

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<Disassembly Procedure> 1) Main PCB ass'y part


(1) Remove four screws. (2) Remove the flex connector.

Remove the flex connector Unscrew

Fig. 056

Fig. 057

(3) Remove three comb solders of the main battery contact and one comb solder of lithium battery for date display.

Unsolder

Fig. 058

(4) Lift the bonding surface of the flex cable and remove the front panel unit.

Bonding surface

This flex is attached tightly with double-sided tape. Be CAUTION 1 careful not to damage it by forcibly removing.

Fig. 059

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2.6 Removal of Flash / MD PCB Ass'y and Shutter Unit

l=4.5 x3

3) Shutter Unit

2) MD PCB Ass'y

1) Flash PCB Ass'y / STM Flex Ass'y

l=4.0 x2

Fig. 060 Removal of Flash / MD PCB Ass'y and Shutter Unit

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<Disassembly Procedure> 1) Flash PCB Ass'y / STM Flex Ass'y


(1) Lift two bonding parts of the flex cables carefully and remove one connector. (2) Remove two screws to remove the flash PCB.

Remove the flex connectors. Unscrew

Fig. 061

Fig. 062

2) MD PCB Ass'y
(1) Remove one leadwire with connector. (2) Unsolder three leadwires.
Unsolder

(3) Remove two flex connectors. (4) Remove two screws to remove the MD PCB Ass'y.

Unscrew Remove the flex connectors.

Remove the connectors with leadwires.

Fig. 063

Fig. 064

3) Shutter Unit
(1) Remove three screws to remove the shutter unit.

<Reassembly Cautions>
Before reassembling the shutter unit, make sure the mirror is down (shutter charge condition).
Push down the lever to be shutter charge position. Unscrew

Fig. 065

Fig. 066

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2.7 Disassembly of Mirror Box Ass'y


CAUTION 2
l=4.5 x3

When removing the screws from the motor unit, a spring gear may fly out.

CAUTION 3
*Apply Grease A-74 to entire cam surfaces.

l=3.0

2) Mount Contact Ass'y

1) Mount

l=4.5 x2

CAUTION 1

*Apply Grease IF10 to three places of the spring. Prevent from falling.

*Apply Grease NFH743C to the pin part.

*Apply Screw Lock to the screw head.

Fig. 067 Disassembly of Mirror Box Ass'y

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<Disassembly Procedure> 1) Mount


(1) Remove four screws to remove the mount.
CAUTION 1

Screw Lock is applied to those screws. Be careful.

Unscrew

(2) Remove the mount spring, the lens unlock lever and the coil spring.

2) Mount Contact Ass'y


(1) Turn the SH cam gear to raise the mirror.

Fig. 068

(2) Remove three screws to remove the motor unit.

Unscrew

Turn the gear to move the mirror up.

Fig. 069

Fig. 070

(3) Remove the shutter charge cam gear. (4) Remove the MIF flex.

CAUTION 3

Positioning adjustment is necessary.

MIF Flex

Fig. 071

Fig. 072

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(4) Remove two screws to remove the mount contact unit.


Unscrew

Fig. 073

<Reassembly Cautions> 1) Mount


(1) Apply Screw Lock to the screw heads. (2) Apply Grease IF-10 to [A] part.
[A] [A] [A]

[A]

Fig. 074

2) Spring position
(1) Hook the mirror-down spring as shown in Fig. 075. (2) Hook the mirror-up spring as shown in Fig. 076.

Fig. 075

Fig. 076

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2.8 Disassembly of Top Cover Ass'y

*Apply Bond 1401C After fastening the screw, apply between the plate and the screw end.

*Apply Bond 1663G to attach accessory shoe spring

CAUTION 3

1) Main Dial Ass'y 4) Mode Switch

CAUTION 1

l=4.0 x2

l=4.5 x2

*Nonabrasive agent 923 Apply thin coat to cover the flex surface entirely.

3) Pop-up Gear Ass'y

CAUTION 2

2) Mode Plate

l=3.0 x2

5) Top Cover Flex Ass'y

*Apply Bond 1663G to mount the flex.

Fig. 077 Disassembly of Top Cover Ass'y

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<Disassembly Procedure> 1) Main Dial Ass'y


(1) Remove two screws. (2) Remove the flex cable from the main dial ass'y.

Unscrew

Fig. 078

Fig. 079

(3) Remove two screws to disassemble the main dial ass'y.


Unscrew

Fig. 080

*Apply Grease H-26 to entirely.

CAUTION 1

Be careful not to lose the spring and the ball.


Fig. 081

2) Mode Plate
(1) Remove two screws. (2) Remove the flex and unsolder the piezoelectric buzzer. When removing the mode plate, be careful not to bend or scratch the piezoelectric buzzer.

Unscrew

CAUTION 2

Piezoelectric buzzer

Fig. 082

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3) Pop-up Gear Ass'y


(1) Remove two screws. (2) Remove the comb solder to remove the flex cable.
Unscrew

Unsolder

Fig. 083

4) Mode Switch
(1) Remove two screws to remove the contact plate. (2) Take out the dial to remove the switch lever.

Unscrew

Fig. 084

5) Top Cover Flex Ass'y


(1) Remove one screw to remove the EF holder. (2) Remove the accessory shoe spring. (3) Remove four screws to remove the accessory shoe. (4) Unsolder five points of the accessory shoe base pin.
CAUTION 3
Apply tape

Unscrew

Too much heat may deform the base. Be careful.

Unsolder

Fig. 085

<Reassembly Cautions> 1) Reassembly of Mode Switch


When reassembling the mode switch, make sure the claw is positioned correctly.

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2.9 Disassembly and Assembly of Back Cover Unit


2.9.1 Disassembly of Back Cover Ass'y

3) TFT Window

CAUTION 3
1) OLC
l=3.5 x4

CAUTION 2

2) TFT LCD Ass'y Part

CAUTION 1
l=4.0 x2

Fig. 086 Disassembly of Back Cover Ass'y

28

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<Disassembly Procedure> 1) OLC


(1) Disconnect one flex connector and remove two screws to remove the OLC.

Unscrew Remove the flex connector.

Fig. 087

(2) Remove the retaining spring to disassemble the OLC part.


CAUTION 1

Be careful not to touch the conductive connector.


Fig. 088

2) TFT LCD Ass'y Part


(1) Remove four screws to remove the back cover base plate.
Unscrew

Fig. 089

(2) Remove the TFT LCD Ass'y from the back cover base plate. Be careful not to deform the plate by forcibly removing the TFT unit.

CAUTION 2

3) TFT Window
(1) Push lightly to remove the TFT window from the back cover.

Fig. 090

CAUTION 3

Do not use tips of tweezers to push the black part. The coating may come off.
Fig. 091

Push

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2.9.2 Reassembly of Back Cover Ass'y

CAUTION 1

l=3.5 x4

l=4.0 x2

Fig. 092 Reassembly of Back Cover Ass'y

30

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<Reassembly Procedure> TFT LCD Ass'y


CAUTION 1

Attach the TFT with reference to upper left corner.

(1) Apply double-sided tape as shown in Fig. 093.

(2) Attach TFT as shown in Fig. 094.

Fig. 093

Fig. 094

(3) Apply Bond 1663G to protect the TFT LCD from tilting.

(4) Attach the TFT.

Fig. 095

Fig. 096

<Reassembly Cautions>
Apply insulating tape to prevent short-circuit between the flex and the screw head.

Fig. 097

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CONTENTS
Page

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1. REPAIR PREPARATIONS ...........................................................................1 1.1 Pre-Adjustment Cautions .....................................................................1 1.2 Tools List ..............................................................................................1 1.3 Locally-Made Tools ..............................................................................2 2. MECHANICAL ADJUSTMENTS ..................................................................3 2.1 Flange to Focal Plane Distance (FFD) Adjustment ..............................3 2.2 Finder Focus Adjustment .....................................................................6 3. ELECTRICAL ADJUSTMENTS....................................................................7 3.1 Adjustment Software Operation ...........................................................7

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1. REPAIR PREPARATIONS
1.1 Pre-Adjustment Cautions
1) Firmware Upgrade
When the firmware version is upgraded, be sure to download a new version from Canon site and make sure it is copied to CF card without fail. Then, perform upgrade.

2) Before Starting the Adjustment


Before starting the adjustment, check the luminance of the EF-1 Multi Camera Tester or EF8000 with BM-3000. Also, check the angle of 3D chart with the angle gauge.

1.2 Tools List


Prepare the following tools required for the adjustment.

1) Tools list
New Name Part No. EF50/1.8 Tool lens CY9-1072-001 C12 filters (2 p'ces) CY9-1546-000 Mount Fastening Block CY9-1547-000 Luminance Meter CY9-7052-000 BM-3000 Set EF-1 Multi Camera CY9-7116-100 Tester (100V) EF-1 Multi Camera CY9-7116-200 AF Chart, 3D CY9-7119-000 AF Chart, Single-Point CY9-7119-001 AF Standard Chart, CY9-7119-004 Non-area-A AF Chart, 7-point, AGC AF Lamp Box Unit CY9-7122-000 Halogen Lamp CY9-7122-001 (AC100V/250W) Heat Absorbing CY9-7122-002 Filter Stand, AF Chart CY9-7123-000 Digital micrometer CY9-7124-000 Stand, Indicator CY9-7124-001 Rod, Flat CY9-7124-002 Tester (200V) * Adaptor, Power Supply CY9-7125-000 (DR-700) Color viewer (5600K) DY9-2039-100 Color-bar chart DY9-2002-000 Stable DC power source Purpose AF precision adjustment White balance adjustment Flange focal distance adjustment Light source correction Light source A & shutter speed measurement Light source A & shutter speed 3D Chart AF Chart for 3D Chart Non-area AF standard chart CY9-7119-005 AGC Chart To illuminate the AF chart For replacement Absorb heat wave of the lamp (replacement) Chart stand for AF charts Flange focal distance adjustment Flange focal distance adjustment Flange focal distance adjustment measurement Inhibit voltage adjustment Electrical adjustment Electrical adjustment (color adjustment) Measure power current consumption

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New Name Video light Flash meter Pen light Tripod Tester

Part No. Commercially available Commercially available Commercially available Commercially available Commercially available

Purpose AF adjustment Metering adjustment SPC positioning Voltage reading

2) Charts and Locally-Made Tools


New Name Part No. Purpose SPC positioning mask Locally-made *Refer to "Locally-made Tools" for the detail.

3) Other Products for Testing


New Name EF 50mm f/1.8 Part No. Purpose Camera operations, adjustments, production lens checking Flash metering adjustment Dust cleaning Dust cleaning Quality check for batteries, NPE3/BP512/BP511 Power supply Operation check

Speedlite (380EX, 550EX, or other E-TTL model) Booth, Clean CY9-7120-000 Loupe, Dust Checking CY9-1132-000 Checker, Battery CY9-7121-000 ACK-700 In-house product Remote Controller RC-5 In-house product

1.3 Locally-made Tools


1) SI Adjustment Chart
Print out the chart attached at the end of this manual.

Fig. 001

57mm

2) AE Sensor Positioning Mask


On a black low-reflectance paper, make holes as arranged in the Fig. 002.
4~6mm

2~3mm

Fig. 002

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2. MECHANICAL ADJUSTMENTS
2.1 Flange to Focal Plane Distance (FFD) Adjustment
The adjustment procedure is same as that of EOS-1D series. FFD adjustment is required when replacing the mirror box ass'y or the mount. It is also required when tilted images occur due to some impact caused by dropping etc.

CAUTION

<Purpose>
FFD implies the distance between a reference plane of the lens mount and the CMOS sensor plane. It cannot be measured at service; therefore, measure the distance from the mount plane to CMOS mounting washer plane (washer included) to adjust FFD to be within the spec.

<Service Parts>
Mirror Box Ass'y: Compensation washers are not attached as before. IMG unit: Offset values based on the specification are written.

<Specifications>
Mirror box ass'y replacement: Set the distance from the lens mount to the image unit installation surface to same distance as before mirror box ass'y replacement. IMG unit: Add or subtract the IMG unit compensation amount to/from the difference calculated by subtracting the original distance between the lens mount and the image unit installation surface (washer included) from the specified distance. Select the washer that meets calculated value to make FFD be within the specification. Reference) FFD: The dimension from the lens mount surface to the FFD (Flange to imaging plane) is 44.00 +/- 0.02mm.

<Tools>
Digital micrometer Stand, Indicator CY9-7124-000 CY9-7124-001 Rod, Flat Mount Fastening Block CY9-7124-002 CY9-1547-000

<Preparation>
Place the mount fastening block on the digital micrometer, and place the measuring point on the mount reference plane. Reset the meter so that "0" is displayed.
Digital Micrometer (CY9-7124-000) Set to "0" Rod, Flat (CY9-7124-002)

Stand CY9-7124-001 Mount Fastening Block (CY9-1547-000)

Fig. 003

Fig. 004

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<Adjustment Procedure> 1) When replacing IMG Unit (Same Mirror Box Ass'y is used continuously)
Note: Service parts are set to 43.20mm at the factory, and their image units are adjusted. Each offset data is attached to the parts. Therefore, based on the 43.20mm standard, the offset needs to be added or subtracted to calculate the final distance. Then, finally select washer that meet calculated distance. Washer Calculation Procedure: (1) Ex: Offset values of the replacement parts Upper Left: -0.069 Upper Right: 0.02 Bottom: 0.051

Fig. 005

(2) Measure the distance between the mount plane and the CMOS mounting washer planes. Upper Left: 42.97mm Upper Right: 42.96mm Bottom: 42.93mm

Fig. 006

(3) Calculate the washer offset values. Upper Left: 43.20-0.069-42.97=0.16mm (LW) Upper Right: 43.20+0.020-42.96=0.26mm (RW) Bottom: 43.20+0.051-42.93=0.32mm (BW) LW

RW

BW

Fig. 007

(4) Attach the washer. (Do not glue)

CB3-0060-000 (XXX)
A 0.015 SIZE 0.03 mm 0.05 mm 0.08 mm 0.10 mm 0.12 mm 0.15 mm 0.18 mm 0.20 mm (003) (005) (008) (010) (012) (015) (018) (020)

Fig. 008

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2) When replacing the mirror box ass'y (Same IMG unit is used continuously)
Note: As the washer offsets for the IMG unit are unknown, select washer offsets and insert the washer to make the distance same as the approximate distance from mount surface of front cover unit to image sensor installation surface (washer included) on the camera that was replaced. (1) Before replacing the the mirror box ass'y, remove the image sensor unit, and measure the existing dimension from the mount surface to the image sensor installation surface (with washer) (three points). (2) After replacing the mirror box ass'y, measure the distance from the mount surface to the image sensor installation surface (three points). Select and attach the washers to make the distance same as the one before replacement. Example) When the existing measured value (distance from mount surface to image sensor installation surface) is 44.75mm, 0.1mm washer is attached, and the measured value after replacement is 44.85. As measured value after replacement is 44.85 (44.75 + 0.1 = 44.85), washers are not necessary.

3) When replacing the mirror box ass'y and CMOS ass'y at the same time
Note: Service parts are set to 43.20mm at the factory, and their image units are adjusted. Each offset data is attached to the parts. Therefore, based on the 43.20mm standard, the offset needs to be added or subtracted to calculate the final distance. Then, finally select washer that meet calculated distance. (1) Ex: Offset values of the replacement parts Upper Left: -0.069 Upper Right: 0.02 Bottom: 0.051

Fig. 009

(2) Measure the distance between the mount plane and the CMOS mounting washer planes. Upper Left: 42.97mm Upper Right: 42.96mm Bottom: 42.93mm

Fig. 010

(3) Calculate the washer offset values. Upper Left: 43.20-0.069-42.97=0.16mm (LW) Upper Right: 43.20+0.020-42.96=0.26mm (RW) Bottom: 43.20+0.051-42.93=0.32mm (BW) (4) Attach the washer. (Do not glue)

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2.2 Finder Focus Adjustment


CAUTION Be sure to perform the Finder Focus Adjustment after the FFD Adjustment is completed.

<Purpose>
To fit the position of CMOS sensor plane and the viewfinder focus point.

<Specifications>
The center of the infinity mark must be positioned within the 1.5 index line widths of the index line as shown below.

Fig. 011

<Tools>
Magnifier AD-S Lens with focusing scale. Lens of 100 mm focal length or less is desirable. General purpose 500mm collimator

<Preparation>
1) Without the lens attached to the camera, turn the diopter adjustment dial of the camera to adjust the AF frame to be at the center of the viewfinder. 2) Attach the magnifier to the camera eyepiece and adjust the diopter of the magnifier. (Perform without the lens attached.)

<Adjustment Procedure>
1) Look through an object that is located at least 250m away (such as lightening rod or chimney) and turn the manual ring to find the position that gives the clearest view of the object. 2) Check if the center of the infinity mark is positioned within the 1.5 index lineequivalent widths. If not, replace the focus washer and try again.
Note: When a collimator is used, select the focus washer that gives the clearest view of the collimator scale.

Fig. 012

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3. ELECTRICAL ADJUSTMENTS
3.1 Adjustment Software Operation
1) Operation
OS: Windows 2000, Windows XP CPU: Pentium II, 233MHz or better RAM: 128 MB or more required Display: 800 600 dots required, 1024 768 dots recommended Hard disk space: Approx. 20 MB required

2) Demonstration Mode
The adjustment software operations can be checked without connecting the camera. When starting up the adjustment software, it will ask "Do you want to connect the camera?", then choose "No".

3) Log Management
This adjustment software has a log management function. You can check the record of adjustment.

4) HTML Help
When starting up the adjustment software, the help window will be displayed automatically and shows the adjustment details. If you do not need it, you may close it by clicking the close button of the help window. If you want to print out the contents, click the print icon.

4) Installation and Adjustment Procedure


Please refer to the Help on the adjustment software for the detail.

REF.NO. C12-6071 EOS KISS DIGITAL N (SILVER) C12-6072 EOS KISS DIGITAL N (BLACK) C12-6073 EOS DIGITAL REBEL XT (SILVER) C12-6074 EOS DIGITAL REBEL XT (BLACK) C12-6075 EOS 350D DIGITAL (SILVER) C12-6076 EOS 350D DIGITAL (BLACK)

PARTS CATALOG

CANON DIGITAL CAMERA EOS KISS DIGITAL N (SILVER) EOS KISS DIGITAL N (BLACK) EOS DIGITAL REBEL XT (SILVER) EOS DIGITAL REBEL XT (BLACK) EOS 350D DIGITAL (SILVER) EOS 350D DIGITAL (BLACK)

REF. NO. C12-6071 C12-6072 C12-6073 C12-6074 C12-6075 C12-6076

CB3-2337 x2 (Silver) CB3-2468 x2 (Black) CB3-2322 (Silver) CB3-2449 (Black) CB3-2323 CB3-2348 CB3-2320 CG2-1606 CG2-1563 (Silver) CG2-1610 (Black) (See Page 6) CB3-2319

CH1-8319

CB3-2317 CB3-2334 x3 (Silver) CB3-2112 x3 (Black)

CB3-2232 (See Detail)

(See Page 2) CB3-2321 CB3-1339 x2

YN2-3472 N.S. CB3-2392

CB3-2232-000 (XXX) Detail A 0.05mm A (XXX) 0.10mm 0.15mm 0.20mm 0.25mm 0.30mm 0.35mm 0.40mm 0.45mm 0.50mm SIZE (005) (010) (015) (020) (025) (030) (035) (040) (045) (050)

CG2-1607 (Silver) CG2-1639 (Black)

PARTS LIST
REF.NO. C12-6071, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6

Pg. 1

NEW PARTS No. CLASS QTY * CB3-1339-000 000 C 2 CB3-2112-000 000 F 3 * CB3-2232-000 (XXX) C 1 * CB3-2317-000 000 C 1 * CB3-2319-000 000 A 1 * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * CB3-2320-000 CB3-2321-000 CB3-2322-000 CB3-2323-000 CB3-2334-000 CB3-2337-000 CB3-2348-000 CB3-2392-000 CB3-2449-000 CB3-2468-000 CG2-1563-000 CG2-1606-000 CG2-1607-000 CG2-1610-000 CG2-1639-000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 A C C C C C C C C C B B B B B C B 1 1 1 1 3 2 1 1 1 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1

DESCRIPTION SCREW SCREW PLATE, FINDER FOCUS COVER, SIDE WINDOW, TFT DISPLAY TAPE, TFT WINDOW CAP, INTERFACE BUTTON, AE/FP SELECT, S COVER, AE/FP SELECT BUTTON SCREW SCREW, SILVER TAPE, TFT GROUNDING CASE, BATTERY BUTTON, AE/FP SELECT SCREW COVER ASS'Y, BACK, S LCD ASS'Y, TFT COVER ASS'Y, BATTERY, S COVER ASS'Y, BACK COVER ASS'Y, BATTERY FPC, B-M CONNECT PLATE, FOCUSING SCREEN

CH1-8319-000 000 YN2-3472-000 000

CANON DIGITAL CAMERA EOS KISS DIGITAL N (SILVER) EOS KISS DIGITAL N (BLACK) EOS DIGITAL REBEL XT (SILVER) EOS DIGITAL REBEL XT (BLACK) EOS 350D DIGITAL (SILVER) EOS 350D DIGITAL (BLACK)

REF. NO. C12-6071 C12-6072 C12-6073 C12-6074 C12-6075 C12-6076

CB3-2332 (Silver) CB3-1815 (Black)

(See Page 3)

CB3-2333 x2 (Silver) CB3-2114 x2 (Black) CG2-1564 (Silver) CG2-1609 (Black) (See Page 7) CB3-2333 (Silver) CB3-2114 (Black) CB3-2334 (Silver) CB3-2112 (Black) DIGITAL N REBEL XT 350D DIGITAL Silver CB3-2331 CB3-2478 CB3-2480 Black CB3-2453 CB3-2479 CB3-2481 CB3-2335 (Silver) CB3-2115 (Black)

CY3-1487 (Silver) CY3-1492 (Black)

PARTS LIST
REF.NO. C12-6071, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6

Pg. 2

NEW

* * * * * * * * * * * * *

PARTS No. CLASS QTY CB3-1815-000 000 F 1 CB3-2112-000 000 F 1 CB3-2114-000 000 F 3 CB3-2115-000 000 F 1 CB3-2331-000 000 C 1 CB3-2332-000 CB3-2333-000 CB3-2334-000 CB3-2335-000 CB3-2453-000 CB3-2478-000 CB3-2479-000 CB3-2480-000 CB3-2481-000 CG2-1564-000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 C C C C C C C C C B B C C 1 3 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1

DESCRIPTION SCREW SCREW SCREW SCREW PLATE, MODEL NAME (JPN), S SCREW, SILVER SCREW SCREW, SILVER SCREW, SILVER PLATE, MODEL NAME (JPN) PLATE, MODEL NAME (USA), S PLATE, MODEL NAME (USA) PLATE, MODEL NAME (EUR), S PLATE, MODEL NAME (EUR) COVER ASS'Y, FRONT, S COVER ASS'Y, FRONT LABEL, BODY NUMBER, S LABEL, BODY NUMBER

CG2-1609-000 000 CY3-1487-000 000 CY3-1492-000 000

CANON DIGITAL CAMERA EOS KISS DIGITAL N (SILVER) EOS KISS DIGITAL N (BLACK) EOS DIGITAL REBEL XT (SILVER) EOS DIGITAL REBEL XT (BLACK) EOS 350D DIGITAL (SILVER) EOS 350D DIGITAL (BLACK)

REF. NO. C12-6071 C12-6072 C12-6073 C12-6074 C12-6075 C12-6076

CB3-2332 x2 (Silver) CB3-1815 x2 (Black) CB3-2404

CB3-1086 CB3-2332 x2 (Silver) CB3-1815 x2 (Black)

CB3-2332 (Silver) CB3-1815 (Black)

XA4-9170-607 x2

CG2-1608 (Black) CG2-1566 (Silver) (See Page 8)

CG2-1597

XA4-9170-457 x3

(See Page 4)

CG2-1576

CG2-1604 CB1-1902 x2

CG2-1605

XA1-3200-307 x2 XA4-9200-507 x2

PARTS LIST
REF.NO. C12-6071, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6

Pg. 3

NEW

* * * * * * * *

PARTS No. CLASS QTY CB1-1902-000 000 F 2 CB3-1086-000 000 F 1 CB3-1815-000 000 F 5 CB3-2332-000 000 C 5 CB3-2404-000 000 C 1 CG2-1566-000 CG2-1576-000 CG2-1597-000 CG2-1604-000 CG2-1605-000 CG2-1608-000 XA1-3200-307 XA4-9170-457 XA4-9170-607 XA4-9200-507 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 B C B C C B F F F F 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 3 2 2

DESCRIPTION SCREW SCREW SCREW SCREW, SILVER DIAL, DIOPTER ADJUSTING COVER ASS'Y, TOP, S FINDER UNIT COVER ASS'Y, EYEPIECE AUTO FOCUS UNIT PLATE ASS'Y, TRIPOD SOCKET COVER ASS'Y, TOP SCREW SCREW SCREW SCREW

CANON DIGITAL CAMERA EOS KISS DIGITAL N (SILVER) EOS KISS DIGITAL N (BLACK) EOS DIGITAL REBEL XT (SILVER) EOS DIGITAL REBEL XT (BLACK) EOS 350D DIGITAL (SILVER) EOS 350D DIGITAL (BLACK)

REF. NO. C12-6071 C12-6072 C12-6073 C12-6074 C12-6075 C12-6076

CB2-0682-000 (XXX) Detail A 0.03mm A (XXX) 0.05mm 0.08mm 0.10mm 0.12mm 0.15mm 0.18mm 0.20mm SIZE (003) (005) (008) (010) (012) (015) (018) (020) N.S. N.S. x2 XA1-7170-167

WS1-6518

CB3-2351

XA4-9170-457 x3 CG2-1636 CB2-0682 x3 (See Detail) CY3-1488 (See Detail)

XA1-7170-257 x2

XA1-7170-167

XA1-7170-167 x2

XA1-7170-257 x2

CG2-1552 N.S. (See Page 5) CB3-2247 XA1-7170-307 x2 CY3-1489 CY3-1488 Detail N.S.

PARTS LIST
REF.NO. C12-6071, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6

Pg. 4

NEW * * * * * *

PARTS No. CLASS QTY CB2-0682-000 (XXX) C 3 CB3-2247-000 000 C 1 CB3-2351-000 000 C 1 CG2-1552-000 000 B 1 CG2-1636-000 000 A 1 CY3-1488-000 CY3-1489-000 XA1-7170-167 XA1-7170-257 XA1-7170-307 000 000 000 000 000 A C F F F F C 1 1 4 4 2 3 1

DESCRIPTION WASHER, FLANGE BACK TAPE, LOW PASS FILTER CASE, MAIN PCB SHIELD PCB ASS'Y, INTERFACE PCB ASS'Y, MAIN PCB ASS'Y, IMAGING PROCESSING FILTER ASS'Y, LOW PASS SCREW SCREW SCREW SCREW SLOT MODULE, CF

XA4-9170-457 000 WS1-6518-000 000

CANON DIGITAL CAMERA EOS KISS DIGITAL N (SILVER) EOS KISS DIGITAL N (BLACK) EOS DIGITAL REBEL XT (SILVER) EOS DIGITAL REBEL XT (BLACK) EOS 350D DIGITAL (SILVER) EOS 350D DIGITAL (BLACK)

REF. NO. C12-6071 C12-6072 C12-6073 C12-6074 C12-6075 C12-6076

XA1-3170-257 x2 XA4-9170-457 x4 CB3-2263

CB3-2263 XA1-3170-257 x2

CG2-1545

(See Page 9)

CG2-1558

XA4-9170-407 x2 CG2-1559

PARTS LIST
REF.NO. C12-6071, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6

Pg. 5

NEW PARTS No. CLASS QTY * CB3-2263-000 000 C 2 * CG2-1545-000 000 C 1 * CG2-1558-000 000 B 1 * CG2-1559-000 000 B 1 XA1-3170-257 000 F 4 XA4-9170-407 000 XA4-9170-457 000 F F 2 4

DESCRIPTION HOLDER, STRAP PLATE ASS'Y, MAIN BASE PCB ASS'Y, FLASH FPC ASS'Y, ST-M CONNECT SCREW SCREW SCREW

CANON DIGITAL CAMERA EOS KISS DIGITAL N (SILVER) EOS KISS DIGITAL N (BLACK) EOS DIGITAL REBEL XT (SILVER) EOS DIGITAL REBEL XT (BLACK) EOS 350D DIGITAL (SILVER) EOS 350D DIGITAL (BLACK)

REF. NO. C12-6071 C12-6072 C12-6073 C12-6074 C12-6075 C12-6076

N.S. XA4-9170-307 x2 CB3-2318 (Silver) CB3-2454 (Black) N.S.

CB3-2316 (Silver) CB3-2451 (Black) CB3-2343 (Silver) CB3-2455 (Black)

CB3-2341

CB3-2357 XA4-9170-357 x4

CB3-2326

CG2-1571 CB3-2358

CH2-8339 CB3-2325

CH5-2060

N.S.

CB3-2342 (Silver) CB3-2456 (Black)

CB3-2324 CG2-1550 XA4-9170-407 x2

PARTS LIST
REF.NO. C12-6071, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6

Pg. 6

NEW PARTS No. CLASS QTY * CB3-2316-000 000 C 1 * CB3-2318-000 000 C 1 * CB3-2324-000 000 C 1 * CB3-2325-000 000 C 1 * CB3-2326-000 000 C 1 * * * * * * * * * * * * * CB3-2341-000 CB3-2342-000 CB3-2343-000 CB3-2357-000 CB3-2358-000 CB3-2451-000 CB3-2454-000 CB3-2455-000 CB3-2456-000 CG2-1550-000 CG2-1571-000 CH2-8339-000 CH5-2060-000 XA4-9170-307 XA4-9170-357 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 C C C C C C C C C C C C C F F F 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 4 2

DESCRIPTION COVER, BACK, S COVER, BACK CF, S PLATE, EXTERNAL LCD GUIDE PLATE, EXTERNAL LCD REFLECT HOLDER, EXTERNAL LCD BUTTON, SET SELECT BUTTON, MENU-ERASE, S BUTTON, AF SELECT, S TAPE, LEFT TAPE, RIGHT COVER, BACK COVER, BACK CF BUTTON, AF SELECT BUTTON, MENU-ERASE PCB ASS'Y, BACK FPC ASS'Y, BACK CONNECTOR, EXTERNAL LCD LCD, EXTERNAL SCREW SCREW SCREW

XA4-9170-407 000

CANON DIGITAL CAMERA EOS KISS DIGITAL N (SILVER) EOS KISS DIGITAL N (BLACK) EOS DIGITAL REBEL XT (SILVER) EOS DIGITAL REBEL XT (BLACK) EOS 350D DIGITAL (SILVER) EOS 350D DIGITAL (BLACK)

REF. NO. C12-6071 C12-6072 C12-6073 C12-6074 C12-6075 C12-6076

N.S. N.S. N.S.

CB3-2423 N.S. XD2-1100-172

N.S. CB3-2424 N.S. CS5-0263 CB3-2329

PARTS LIST
REF.NO. C12-6071, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6

Pg. 7

NEW PARTS No. CLASS QTY * CB3-2329-000 000 C 1 * CB3-2423-000 000 C 1 * CB3-2424-000 000 C 1 * CS5-0263-000 000 C 1 XD2-1100-172 000 F 1

DESCRIPTION BUTTON, UNLOCK BUTTON, POP UP BUTTON, PREVIEW SPRING, UNLOCK BUTTON RETAINING RING

CANON DIGITAL CAMERA EOS KISS DIGITAL N (SILVER) EOS KISS DIGITAL N (BLACK) EOS DIGITAL REBEL XT (SILVER) EOS DIGITAL REBEL XT (BLACK) EOS 350D DIGITAL (SILVER) EOS 350D DIGITAL (BLACK)

REF. NO. C12-6071 C12-6072 C12-6073 C12-6074 C12-6075 C12-6076

N.S. x4 CA1-9328 CB3-2410 (Silver) CB3-1418 (Black) N.S.

CB3-2286 (Silver) CB3-2459 (Black)

CG2-1567

XA1-9170-407 x2

N.S.

XA1-9170-457 x2

CG2-1561

N.S.

N.S.

XA1-9170-307 x2

N.S. N.S.

PARTS LIST
REF.NO. C12-6071, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6

Pg. 8

NEW

* * * * *

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DESCRIPTION SPRING, PLATE (BL) SHOE, ACCESSORY COVER, FLASH, S SHOE, ACCESSORY, S COVER, FLASH FPC ASS'Y, MAIN SWITCH DIAL ASS'Y, MAIN SCREW SCREW SCREW

CANON DIGITAL CAMERA EOS KISS DIGITAL N (SILVER) EOS KISS DIGITAL N (BLACK) EOS DIGITAL REBEL XT (SILVER) EOS DIGITAL REBEL XT (BLACK) EOS 350D DIGITAL (SILVER) EOS 350D DIGITAL (BLACK)

REF. NO. C12-6071 C12-6072 C12-6073 C12-6074 C12-6075 C12-6076

N.S. x3 CY3-1490 N.S.

XA4-9170-407 x2

XA4-9170-309 N.S.

CG2-1603 CG2-1634

XA4-9170-307

CG2-1565 XA4-9170-459 x2 CS2-7205

N.S.

CF1-1948 CS2-5020

CB1-4085 x4 CB3-1700

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REF.NO. C12-6071, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6

Pg. 9

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DESCRIPTION SCREW MOUNT LEVER ASS'Y, LENS LOCK BASE ASS'Y, CONTACT SHUTTER UNIT PCB ASS'Y, MOTOR DRIVE SPRING, COIL SPRING, MOUNT MIRROR BOX ASS'Y SCREW SCREW SCREW SCREW

XA4-9170-309 000 XA4-9170-407 000 XA4-9170-459 000

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Accessories
Battery Charger CB-2LT Battery Pack NB-2LH

N.S (Product Available)

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DC Coupler DR-700

Compact Power Adapter CA-PS700

C84-1078
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Interface Cable IFC-400 PCU(USB)

Video Cable VC-100

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FH6-3922

Wide Strap EW-100DB II

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BATTERY CHARGER CB-5L


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VIDEO CABLE VC-100


REF.NO.FH6-3922 NEW PARTS NO. FH6-3922-000 CLASS C QTY 1 DESCRIPTION VIDEO CABLE VC-100

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I N D E X O F PA R T S L I S T
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PARTS NO. C84-1078-000 CA1-9328-000 CB1-1902-000 CB1-4085-000 CB2-0682-000 CB3-1086-000 CB3-1339-000 CB3-1418-000 CB3-1700-000 CB3-1815-000 CB3-2112-000 CB3-2114-000 CB3-2115-000 CB3-2232-000 CB3-2247-000 CB3-2263-000 CB3-2286-000 CB3-2316-000 CB3-2317-000 CB3-2318-000 CB3-2319-000 CB3-2320-000 CB3-2321-000 CB3-2322-000 CB3-2323-000 CB3-2324-000 CB3-2325-000 CB3-2326-000 CB3-2329-000 CB3-2331-000 CB3-2332-000 CB3-2333-000 CB3-2334-000 CB3-2335-000 CB3-2337-000 CB3-2341-000 CB3-2342-000 CB3-2343-000 CB3-2348-000 CB3-2351-000 CB3-2357-000 CB3-2358-000 CB3-2392-000 CB3-2404-000 CB3-2410-000

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Circuit Diagrams

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Circuit Diagrams
1. WIRING DIAGRAM.......................................................................................1 2. BLOCK DIAGRAM........................................................................................2 2-1 GENERAL ............................................................................................2 2-2 POWER SUPPLY .................................................................................3 3. PCB DIAGRAM.............................................................................................4 3-1 AE FPC ................................................................................................4 3-2 AF FPC ................................................................................................5 3-3 BACK FPC ...........................................................................................6 3-4 BM FPC................................................................................................7 3-5 DRSW FPC ..........................................................................................7 3-6 IF FPC..................................................................................................8 3-7 ILC FPC ...............................................................................................9 3-8 IMGB FPC............................................................................................9 3-9 IMGT FPC ..........................................................................................10 3-10 SI FPC..............................................................................................10 3-11 MAIN PCB SIDE A ...........................................................................11 3-11 MAIN PCB SIDE B ...........................................................................12 3-12 MD FPC ...........................................................................................13 3-13 MIF FPC...........................................................................................14 3-14 STM FPC .........................................................................................14 3-15 SH FPC ............................................................................................15 3-16 ST FPC ............................................................................................16 3-17 TOP FPC ..........................................................................................17 3-18 TSW FPC .........................................................................................18

1. WIRING DIAGRAM
SI DRSW-FPC ST-PCB STM-FPC

REF. NO. C12-6071 ~ 6

SH-FPC MD-PCB ILC-FPC TSW-FPC MIF-FPC

IF-PCB

IMG

IMG

TOP-FPC TFT DISPLAY

No. PARTS No. REMARK CH2-8321 MD-MAN CH2-8322 MD-ST CH2-8326 MAIN-IF

SIZE -

BACK COVER

AF UNIT

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2. BLOCK DIAGRAM 2-1 GENERAL

REF. NO. C12-6071 ~ 6


X, CN2, SWMUP SWCGE, SWMDWN POPEND, SH_BUSY POPCTL M DIAL1/2, MODE0/1/2/3 SW1, SW2 AELK, SPDN LIGHT, STUP LOCK DRIVE, AFSEL, MENU, INFO, PLAY, SET, UP, DOWN, LEFT, RIGHT AV+/CFDOOR BATDOOR CF_CD1CD2

FLASH

Shutter MG3-1 MG3-2

MDr

FLED
MON/WRITER

ACC-SH

X contact

EEPROM
3

ILC

FET

EFIC
8 6 EFST

LPU
COM x 4 SEG x 30

OLC

MPU
AEIC 5

LAMP

BL-LED
BZ SI-LED

AFIC

12 3 LGSEL BATSEL1 REM-CON BG-E3 LR66

HV1,2

MIF
12 VIDEO_DET USB_DET JUMP, ERASE

DCDC
Li-ion NB-2LH

RTC

BACK UP

BL (x3)

TG

DIGIC II

LCDDR

TFT 1.8"/118K

8M CMOS

ADIC
ED-LED

AMP

VIDEO

USB2.0
CF-LED

CF
SDRAM 256M SDRAM 256M FROM 32Mbit

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2-2 POWER SUPPLY

REF. NO. C12-6071 ~ 6

01 MAR, 2005

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3. PCB DIAGRAM 3-1 AE FPC


SIDE A

REF. NO. C12-6071 ~ 6

SIDE B

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SIDE A

SIDE B

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SIDE A

SIDE B

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3-5 DRSW FPC

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SIDE A

SIDE B

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3-8 IMGB FPC

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REF. NO. C12-6071 ~ 6 3-9 IMGT FPC

3-10 SI FPC

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REF. NO. C12-6071 ~ 6 3-11 MAIN PCB


SIDE A

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REF. NO. C12-6071 ~ 6 3-11 MAIN PCB


SIDE B

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REF. NO. C12-6071 ~ 6 3-12 MD FPC


SIDE A

SIDE B

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REF. NO. C12-6071 ~ 6 3-13 MIF FPC

3-14 STM FPC

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REF. NO. C12-6071 ~ 6 3-15 SH FPC


SIDE A

SIDE B

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REF. NO. C12-6071 ~ 6 3-16 ST FPC


SIDE A

SIDE B

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REF. NO. C12-6071 ~ 6 3-17 TOP FPC


SIDE A

SIDE B

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SIDE A

SIDE B

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Software Information
1. OVERVIEW ..................................................................................................1 1.1 Product Overview .................................................................................1 1.2 CD Configuration..................................................................................1 1.3 Solution Disk Software Configuration...................................................2 1.4 Overview and Main Functions of the Software Applications ................4 1.5 System Requirements ........................................................................13 1.6 Supported Languages ........................................................................14

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1. OVERVIEW
1.1 Product Overview
The software bundled with the EOS DIGITAL cameras released in 2004 was composed of products centered around the EOS Viewer Utility. However, with the EOS D REBEL XT / 350 D to be released in 2005, the role of the EOS Viewer Utility will be taken over by a new software configuration centered around the ZoomBrowser EX/ImageBrowser application in order to better meet the expanding needs of Canon users. As in 2004, Canon will continue to develop and supply the Digital Photo Professional software for professional and high-end amateur photographers who mostly use RAW images.

1.2 CD Configuration
A total of 3 CDs will be EOS DI GITAL Solution Disk Ver. 10 CD bundled with the EOS D Contains software applications for the EOS D REBEL XT / 350 D. REBEL XT / 350 D, Win/Mac hybrid version comprising the EOS DIGITAL Solution Disk version 10, ArcSoft PhotoStudio CD which includes the EOS Contains the ArcSoft PhotoStudio image aditing software. DIGITAL software Win/Mac hybrid version applications, a CD containing Software Instruction Manual CD the ArcSoft PhotoStudio Contains the EOS DIGITAL Software Instruction Manual image editing software, and a and Digital Photo Professional Software Instrucion CD containing the Software Manual as electronic manual in PDF format. Instruction Manuals in PDF Win/Mac hybrid version format (Fig. 001). Fig. 001 CD configuration Digital Photo Professional, rather than being provided on its own CD as in 2004, will be included on the EOS DIGITAL Solution Disk CD.

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1.3 Solution Disk Software Configuration


As shown in Table 001, the software configuration in version 10 includes ZoomBrowser EX/ImageBrowser as the main image viewing and editing software, and allows users to use functions such as image downloading, specifying camera settings, remote shooting, image printing, RAW image processing and image merging by starting or linking to the respective applications from ZoomBrowser EX/ImageBrowser (Fig. 002). Digital Photo Professional only links with EOS Capture.
Note: ImageBrowser has its own printing function and can print images independently of other software.

Table 001 Software configuration


Software ZoomBrowser EX ImageBrowser CameraWindow PhotoRecord RAW Image Task EOS Capture PhotoStitch Digital Photo Professional WIA Driver TWAIN Driver Version 5.1 5.1 5.1 2.2 2.0 1.3 3.1 1.6 Windows OS Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes* Yes* Mac OS Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes

* Introduction of an EOS D REBEL XT / 350 D driver is planned.

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ZoomBrowser EX / ImageBrowser (Image Viewing and Editing Software) Win/Mac


IImage viewing and editing software aimed
primarily at users from novices who mostly shoot JPEG images up to high-end amateur users. Equipped with task buttons and wizard-type interface built with novice users in mind. Also features a range of image display and organization functions as well as Linked to other software that enable you to download images from the camera, specify settings for the camera, print images, process RAW images, take shots remotely, and merge images together. Compatible with color management systems.

CameraWindow (Software for Communication with the Camera) Win/Mac


Communication software that controls communication between the camera and the computer. You can download images from a camera and a card reader. Allows the user to specify settings on the camera and upload images onto the

EOS Capture (Remote Shooting Software) Win/Mac


Remote shooting software that allows the user to control the camera from a computer. Saves shot images to the computer. Also allows the user to take shots by pressing the shutter button.

PhotoRecord (Layout Printing Software) Win


Layout printing software for JPEG images. Provides users with simple and straightforward procedures for positioning images, adjusting image sizes, selecting frames and adding text when setting up and printing images.

Digital Photo Professional (RAW Image Editing Software) Win/Mac


RAW image editing software aimed primarily at professional and high-end amateur photographers who mainly shoot RAW images. Uses Canon fs own powerful algorithms to provide fast RAW image display and processing. Basic functions and operability that meet the professional workflow. A range of realtime image adjustment functions. Compatible with color management systems.

RAW Image Task (RAW Image Processing Software) Win/Mac


Allows users to display and process RAW images and to restore the processing parameters used on the camera. Uses the high-quality image processing typical of genuine Canon software together with algorithms tailored to the camera to provide image processing with the same color tones as the camera itself. Also features functions for converting and saving RAW images as TIFF or JPEG and for adding ICC profiles. Compatible with color management systems.
indicates that the particular software is linked to other software.

PhotoStitch (Image Merging Software) Win/Mac


IImage merging software for JPEG images.
This software makes it easy to merge JPEG images together for panorama or other composite images.

WIA Driver/TWAIN Driver (for windows)


Windows driver software for controlling communication between the camera and the computer. The WIA driver is for Windows XP and Me, while the TWAIN driver is for Windows 2000 and 98SE. Functions as software for downloading JPEG images to your computer if you use the gWIA Driver h alone, or use the WIA/ TWAIN Driver with a TWAIN-compatible software.

indicates connection and/or communication.

Fig. 002 Software summaries and linkages

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1.4. Overview and Main Functions of the Software Applications


1) ZoomBrowser EX Ver 5.1 (Windows) / ImageBrowser Ver 5.1 (Macintosh)
(1) Overview This is essentially an upgrade to the ZoomBrowser EX 5.0/ImageBrowser 5.0 image viewing and editing software, which was the core software for the Canon compact digital cameras released in Fall of 2004, and includes the following additional functionality to provide support for EOS Digital cameras: Support for RAW images from all EOS DIGITAL cameras, including the EOS AF point button D REBEL XT / 350 D.
Note: RAW images from the EOS D6000, EOS D2000, EOS DCS1 and EOS DCS3 are not supported.

Addition of an AF point display function (Fig. 003) in the "Viewer window" (as provided in the EOS Viewer Utility). Compatible with color management systems.
Note: Displays images with different color spaces (sRGB or Adobe RGB) with the same color tones (as provided in the EOS Viewer Utility).

Except for the above, the functions are unchanged from version 5.0.

Fig. 003 Viewer window (AF point display)

(2) Main functions A wide range of functions and easy camera operation cater specifically for novice to high-end amateur users who primarily shoot JPEG images. A simple and straightforward interface built around task buttons and wizards with novice users in mind.
Note: Operations in ImageBrowser are menu-based.

Links up with other applications to provide a continuous workflow from image downloading and viewing right through to editing and printing. Provides a range of image viewing modes, including 3 types of image display (Fig. 004, 005), a "Viewer window" for viewing individual images (Fig. 006), a comparison view that shows multiple images, and a slide show function.

Zoom Mode display Scroll Mode display Preview Mode display

Fig. 004 ZoomBrowser EX Ver 5.1 main window and the 3 image display modes

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List display

Preview display List display TimeTunnel display

Fig. 005 ImageBrowser EX Ver 5.1 main window and the 3 view modes

Fig. 006 Viewer window (normal view)

Fig. 007 Viewer window (multiple image comparison view)

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Image classification by the shooting date/time (Fig. 008), batch file renaming (Fig. 009) and image organization by assigning "keywords" or a "Rating" (Fig. 010).

Fig. 008 Image classification settings window

Fig. 009 Batch file rename settings window

The number of stars (

) sets a gRating h.

Use the dialog box below to assign gkeywords h to images.

Fig. 010 "Rating" and "keywords" settings windows

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Image search by shooting or modification date, by assigned a "Rating", by comment or by keyword (Fig. 011).

Search by gRating h (

Search by image modification date Search by shooting date

Search by comment

Search by keyword

Fig. 011 Image search settings window

Equipped with JPEG image editing functions (image correction, trimming and red-eye correction) (Fig. 012), image rotation (90 left/right and 180), and a function for transferring images to third-party image editing applications.
Red-eye is automatically detected and corrected. When the user moves the mouse cursor close to a red-eye affected area, the affected area is automatically shown highlighted. Clicking in that area then automatically corrects the red-eye.

Image Correction window Trim Image window Red Eye Correction window

Fig. 012 JPEG image editing window

Provides a wide range of image exporting functions, including converting and saving JPEG images in BMP or TIFF, exporting shooting properties (Fig. 013), and exporting images as screensavers or wallpaper. Also equipped with functions for connecting to Canon iMAGE GATEWAY and for linking up with e-mail software to send images as e-mail attachments. Compatible with color management systems.
Note: The supported color spaces are sRGB and Adobe RGB.

Fig. 013 Shooting properties export settings window

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2) CameraWindow Ver 5.1 (Windows/Macintosh)


(1) Overview This is a communication software application based on the CameraWindow 5.0 software bundled with the Canon compact digital cameras released in Fall of 2004, and includes the following additional functionality to provide support for EOS Digital cameras (Fig. 014): Support for all EOS DIGITAL cameras, including the EOS D REBEL XT / 350 D.
Note: The EOS D6000, EOS D2000, EOS DCS1 and EOS DCS3 are not supported.

Support for EOS D REBEL XT / 350 D PTP connections.


Note 1: The 2 communication settings on the EOS D REBEL XT / 350 D are "PTP" and "PC Connection", and both settings allow the user to download images and specify the camera settings. However, because EOS Capture alone does not support PTP connection, the camera setting must be changed to "PC Connection" when EOS Capture is used. Note 2: Because EOS 20D and EOS DIGITAL REBEL/300D DIGITAL PTP connections are not supported, the camera's communication setting must be changed to "Normal" for communication with the camera.

The camera control button design has been changed to that of EOS DIGITAL cameras (Fig. 014). A folder selection function has been added to allow images to be displayed by folder in the "Camera Browser" window. The items in the image information display is increased in number and image selection functions have been added in the "Camera Browser" window. Except for the above, the functions are unchanged from version 5.0.

Acquire Images tab sheet Set to Camera tab sheet Remote shooting tab sheet

Fig. 014 CameraWindow Ver 5.1

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(2) Main functions Automatically started/displayed when the camera is connected to the computer and allows the user to transfer images saved on a memory card in the camera to ZoomBrowser EX/ImageBrowser and specify the settings on the camera. Allows images saved on a memory card in the camera to be downloaded in a single operation and also allows images to be displayed as a list and loaded selectively using the "Camera Browser" window. Also supports image downloading from a card reader. Equipped with a camera setup function. Links up with EOS Capture to enable remote shooting (Fig. 014).
Note 1: Due to the camera specifications, DPOF settings cannot be specified and images cannot be recorded back onto a CF card in the camera on the EOS D REBEL XT / 350 D, EOS 20D or EOS-1D series cameras (Fig. 014). Note 2: DPOF settings can be specified and images can be recorded back onto a CF card in the camera on the EOS DIGITAL REBEL/300D DIGITAL, EOS 10D, EOS D60 and EOS D30.

3) PhotoRecord Ver 2.2 (Windows)


This software links up with ZoomBrowser EX to provide JPEG image layout and printing functions and is the same version as that bundled with the Canon compact digital cameras released in 2004 (Fig. 015). When the user selects a JPEG image in ZoomBrowser EX and selects the print operation, PhotoRecord is started/ displayed and the image can then be printed on a printer connected to the PC. Fig. 015 PhotoRecord Ver 2.2 Uses a straightforward task button and wizard-type interface with the same design as the ZoomBrowser EX interface to cater to novice users. Provides simple procedures for printing and setup tasks such as image layout, image size adjustment, frame selection and text caption entry.
Note: Because ImageBrowser provides basically the same printing functions as PhotoRecord, PhotoRecord is not available for the Macintosh.

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4) RAW Image Task Ver 2.0 (Windows/Macintosh)


This is a RAW image processing software application based on the RAW Image Task 1.2 software bundled with the Canon compact digital cameras released in Fall of 2004, and includes the following additional functionality to provide support for RAW images from EOS Digital cameras, including the EOS D REBEL XT / 350 D (Fig. 016): Support for RAW images from all EOS DIGITAL cameras, including the EOS D REBEL XT / 350 D.
Note: RAW images from the EOS D6000, EOS D2000, EOS DCS1 and EOS DCS3 are not supported.

Compatible with color management systems.


Note: Displays images with different color spaces (sRGB or Adobe RGB) with the same color tones (as provided in the EOS Viewer Utility).

Addition of a function for adding ICC profiles to RAW images that were converted and saved as TIFF or JPEG images. Except for the above, the functions are unchanged from version 1.2.

Fig. 016 RAW Image Task Ver 2.0

When the user selects a RAW image in ZoomBrowser EX and then selects image processing, RAW Image Task is started/displayed to allow the RAW image to be processed and displayed. Allows RAW images to be adjusted with no loss of image quality. Uses the high-quality image processing typical of genuine Canon software together with algorithms tailored to the camera to provide image processing with the same color tones as the camera itself. Provides functions for converting and saving RAW images as TIFF or JPEG images and for adding ICC profiles. Wizard-type interface tailored to novice users. Compatible with color management systems.
Note: The supported color spaces are sRGB and Adobe RGB.

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5) EOS Capture Ver 1.3 (Windows /Macintosh)


This is a remote shooting software application based on the EOS Capture 1.2 software bundled with the Canon EOS DIGITAL cameras released in 2004 with the EOS D REBEL XT / 350 D added to the list of supported cameras (Fig. 017). Apart from the addition of the EOS D REBEL XT / 350 D to the supported cameras, the functions are unchanged from version 1.2. Allows the camera to be controlled and camera settings to be specified from the computer and saves shot images to the computer. Also allows the user to take shots by pressing the shutter button on the camera. Compatible with the EOS D REBEL XT / 350 D, EOS 20D and EOS-1D series cameras.
Note: Because EOS capture does not support PTP connections, the camera's communication setting must be changed to "PC Connection" with the EOS D REBEL XT / 350 D and to "Normal" with the EOS 20D.

Fig. 017 EOS Capture Ver 1.3

6) PhotoStitch Ver 3.1 (Windows/Macintosh)


This JPEG image merging software links up with ZoomBrowser EX/ImageBrowser and is the same as the version bundled with the EOS DIGITAL cameras released in 2004 (Fig. 018). Uses a simple procedure to merge together multiple images to create composite images such as panorama shots. Uses a wizard-type interface tailored to novice users.

Fig. 018 PhotoStitch Ver 3.1

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7) Digital Photo Professional Ver 1.6 (Windows/Macintosh)


This is RAW image editing software based on the version 1.5 software bundled with the Canon EOS DIGITAL cameras released in 2004 with the following additional functions (Fig. 019): RAW images from EOS D REBEL XT / 350 D and EOS D60 cameras have been added to the list of supported images.
Note: RAW images from the EOS D30, D6000, EOS D2000, EOS DCS1 and EOS DCS3 are not supported.

Addition of a copy stamp function for image correction (Fig. 021). This function pastes a copied area of an image onto another specified area to provide a quick and effective way of correcting images and removing defects (dust specks, etc.). Addition of a batch renaming function that enables the user to rename multiple image files in a single operation (Fig. 020). Except for the above, the functions are unchanged from version 1.5. (See TI04509 for more information on version 1.5.)

Fig. 020 Rename tool window Fig. 019 Digital Photo Professional Ver 1.6
Click the "Select Copy Source" button and then click the location in the image to be used as the source. Then click on the location to be corrected. The source image is applied in realtime to the location to be corrected. Displays the image at 100%. Copy stamp tool can be used. Full screen display. Copy stamp tool cannot be used. Select "Brush" or "Pencil" as the type of stamp. "Brush" gives the stamped image area a brushed (softened) outline, while "Pencil" gives the stamped image a clearer, more precise outline. Set the size (radius) of the stamp (5100 pixels). Copies the content of the corrections specified. Applies the copied corrections to another image.

Fig. 021 Copy stamp tool window

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Software Information

8) WIA Driver (Windows XP, Me)


A driver for Windows XP and Me that conforms to the Microsoft WIA (Windows Image Acquisition) standard. Functions as software for downloading JPEG images to your computer if you use the WIA Driver alone, or use it with a TWAIN-compatible software.

9) TWAIN Driver (Windows 2000, 98SE)


A driver for Windows 2000 and 98SE that conforms to the TWAIN standard. Functions as software for downloading JPEG images to your computer if you use the TWAIN Driver with a TWAIN-compatible software.

1.5 System Requirements


The tables below list the system requirements for the software applications (Table 002, 003).
Table 002 System requirements for Windows
Software ZoomBrowser EX, CameraWindow, PhotoRecord, RAW Image Task, EOS Capture, PhotoStitch, WIA Driver/TWAIN Driver Windows XP (Home Edition/Professional), Windows Me, Windows 2000, Windows 98SE PC with one of the above OS preinstalled and a USB port as a standard feature * Upgraded machines not supported. 500 MHz Pentium or better Windows XP, 2000 Windows Me, 98SE Minimum 256 MB Minimum 128 MB Digital Photo Professional

OS

Windows XP, Windows 2000

Computer CPU RAM Interface

PC with one of the above OS preinstalled * Upgraded machines not supported. 750 MHz Pentium III or better Minimum 512 MB

USB 1.1 to 2.0 Hi-Speed ZoomBrowser EX, CameraWindow, 250 MB or more PhotoRecord, RAW Image Task

Hard disk space

EOS Capture PhotoStitch WIA Driver/TWAIN Driver

300 MB or more 40 MB or more 50 MB or more

256 MB or more

Display

Screen resolution: 1024 by 768 pixels or more, Color quality: Medium (16 bit) or more

Table 003 System requirements for Macintosh


Software OS Computer CPU RAM Interface Minimum 256 MB USB 1.1 to 2.0 Hi-Speed ImageBrowser, CameraWindow, RAW Image Task EOS Capture PhotoStitch Display 250 MB or more 550 MB or more 40 MB or more Resolution: 1024 768 or more, Colors: Thousands or more 256 MB or more ImageBrowser, CameraWindow, RAW Image Task, EOS Capture, PhotoStitch Mac OS X 10.1.5 to 10.3 Digital Photo Professional Mac OS X 10.2 to 10.3

Macintosh with one of the above OS installed and a Macintosh with one of the above OS preinstalled USB port as a standard feature Power PC G3, G4, G5 Minimum 512 MB

Hard disk space

* Only the EOS D REBEL XT / 350 D and EOS 20D support USB 2.0 Hi-Speed. * On Macintosh computer, disks formatted in the UFS (UNIX File System) format are not supported.

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Software Information

1.6 Supported Languages


This software supports 7 languages: Japanese, English, French, German, Italian, Spanish and Chinese (simplified). The Solution Disk (CD-ROM) is available in 3 versions according to region. Table 004 shows the supported languages.
Table 004 Region-specific versions of Solution Disk and supported languages
Solution Disk region-specific version For Japan/China For North/South America and Europe For Europe Japanese English Yes No No Yes Yes Yes Chinese Yes No No French No Yes No Spanish German No Yes No No No Yes Italian No No Yes

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