Canon Powershot Pro1 Review
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USB Auto Download
When you connect the camera to your computer via the USB port it will automatically
initiate the menu shown above - you can Download your images to the computer, open the
Camera Window to list the images or browse the images with ZoomBrowser.
Image Download is a simple and automatic thing. You can change the output
folder and sub-folder location in ZoomBrowser. It can be set to save images in a new
sub-folder using the capture date or other parameters. This options transfers ALL
files in the camera, if you want to selectively download images then use the List
Images option (see next frame).
This is the CameraWindow, from here you can see a list and thumbnails of all
images in the camera. You can selectively tag and transfer as many images as desired.
You can also launch Canon EasyPrint or ZoomBrowser to print or view or tag images to
be resized and sent via email.
Canon's Zoom Browser is like a graphical Explorer for your image files. You can just
double-click to view a JPEG or convert and view a raw CRW file or use the menu on
the left side for these options:
Camera & Memory Card
Browse & Download Images Browse images in the camera or card reader. Tag one or
more file(s) or select ALL for transfer to the hard drive.
Upload Images Upload images back to the camera
My Camera Settings Display current camera settings
Remote Shooting Start the Remote Capture program (see next page)
Easy Photo Print Print images with EasyPhoto or PhotoRecord programs
Layout Print Layout print design
Index Print Print index sheets
View & Modify
Slide Show Automated playback of images
Edit Image Launch graphic editor
Process RAW Images Convert .CRW files to TIFF or JPEG
Email Images Downsize, compress and email images
The View Image window lets you crop or adjust color, brightness and contrast.
Select a thumbnail and click on Properties to display image info.
A new option lets you edit the length of movie clips.
The RAW Image Task lets you convert CCD Raw files to TIFF or JPEG format.
You can adjust the white balance (preset, Kelvin temperature or eye-dropper white point,
digital exposure value, photo effect, tone curves, contrast, sharpness, saturation, apply
noise reduction and change the color space.
After conversion images can be saved as Exif-JPEG, Exif-TIFF or 16-bit TIFF.
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