Canon Powershot G9 Review
USB Transfer Utility
When you plug the G9 into a USB port on your PC, this Screen pops up. If you have already installed
ZoomBrowser and the EOS Utility programs that are on the included CD, you'll get the choice to open
Canon CamerWindow, Canon EOS Utility, etc.
The first time you startup CameraWindow DC, this screen is displayed. Here you can choose to use the
controls and menu on the camera, automatically transfer untransferred images, or operate using this
computer. You can also choose not to have this Startup Screen pop up, buy checking the box at the bottom.
Here you can see CameraWindow DC. It consists of two windows. The one on the left used to scroll through images that are saved on the camera, and along the bottom are options to mark all image for transfer or transfer untransferred images only.
The window on the right shows a much larger thumbnail of each image. Controls on the top allow you to
switch to full screen display, arrange windows, adjust display/save options (thumbnail size, save
folder), adjust camera settings (shown below), or open images that are saved on the PC. Along the bottom
are options for the Help menu, transfer images from the camera to your PC, scroll through images (left
and right), print, and close.
Image Download is simple.
This is the screen seen when you click on camera settings. Here you can set an owner's name and see the
Camera Model being used (the PowerShot G9 shown here), as well as the current firmware version.
Organize, Edit, Print, Email
ZoomBrowser is like a graphical Explorer for your image files. It has three main display modes: Zoom Mode (shown here), Scroll Mode and Preview Mode (shown below). You can double-click to view an image or movie or use the Task Menu on the left side to:
View & Classify - View as a Slide Show, Rename Multiple Files, Classify info Folder and Search
Edit - Edit Image, Edit Movie and Process RAW Images
Export - Export Still Images, Export Movies, Extract Frames from a Movie, Export Shooting Properties, Export as a Screen Saver, Export as a Wallpaper, Backup to CD
Print & Email - Photo Print, Index Print, Print Using Other Software, E-mail Images
RedEye Correction lets you automatically/manually fix most instances of flash red-eye.
Here you can adjust settings for Color, RGB, Level, and Tone Curve.
You can also adjust the sharpness of an image.
As well as Trim (crop) and image.
Select a thumbnail and click on Properties to display image info.
Continue on to
RAW Image Task
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