Connecting to Listed Access Points


Before Use

Basic Guide

Advanced Guide

Wi-Fi Functions

Camera Basics

Auto Mode / Hybrid Auto 

Other Shooting Modes

P Mode

Playback Mode

Setting Menu





Once you have connected to devices via the Wi-Fi menu, recent 
destinations will be listed irst when you access the Wi-Fi menu. 
You can easily connect again by pressing the [


] buttons to 

choose the device and then pressing the [

] button. To add a 

new device, display the device selection screen by pressing the 
[ ][

] buttons, and then conigure the setting.


If you prefer not to display recent target devices, choose MENU 
(= 27) > [

] tab > [Wi-Fi Settings] > [Target History] > [Off].


You can change the camera nickname displayed on the screen in 
step 2 (= 100).


When the camera is connected to a computer, the camera screen 
is blank.


Mac OS: If CameraWindow is not displayed, click the 
[CameraWindow] icon in the Dock.


To disconnect from the camera, turn off the camera.


If you chose [PIN Method] in step 6, a PIN code will be displayed 
on the screen. Be sure to set this code in the access point. 
Choose a device in the [Select a Device] screen. For further 
details, refer to the user manual included with your access point.

Connecting to Listed Access Points

View the listed access points.


View the listed networks (access points) 
as described in steps 1 – 4 of “Using 
WPS-Compatible Access Points” 
(= 99).

Choose an access point.


Press the [


] buttons to choose a 

network (access point), and then press 
the [

] button.


Display CameraWindow.


Windows: Access CameraWindow by 
clicking [Downloads Images From Canon 


Mac OS: CameraWindow is automatically 
displayed when a Wi-Fi connection is 
established between the camera and 


Import images.


Click [Import Images from Camera], and 
then click [Import Untransferred Images].


Images are now saved to the Pictures 
folder on the computer, in separate 
folders named by date.


Click [OK] in the screen that is displayed 
after image import is complete.


When viewing imported images on a 
computer, always use software that 
supports the images shot on the camera 
(software normally installed on the 
computer or general-use software).