Canon PowerShot SX280 HS User Guide (en)

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Cover 
Preliminary Notes 
and Legal Information
Contents: Basic 
Operations
Advanced Guide
Camera Basics
Using GPS 
Function
Auto Mode/
Hybrid Auto Mode
Other Shooting 
Modes
Tv, Av, and M 
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Playback Mode
Wi-Fi Functions
Setting Menu
Accessories
Appendix
Index
Basic Guide
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Cover 
Preliminary Notes 
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Contents: Basic 
Operations
Advanced Guide
Camera Basics
Using GPS 
Function
Auto Mode/
Hybrid Auto Mode
Other Shooting 
Modes
Tv, Av, and M 
Mode
Playback Mode
Wi-Fi Functions
Setting Menu
Accessories
Appendix
Index
Basic Guide
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Logging Camera Location Data
You can keep a record of where the camera was taken by using location 
information acquired from GPS satellite signals over a period of time. Daily 
location and time data is logged to a file, separate from image data. Log files
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you can use log files to follow the route taken with the camera on a map.
Note that the GPS logger will reduce battery life, because some power is 
consumed even when the camera is off. Charge the battery as needed, or 
keep a spare charged battery with you.
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 Configure the setting.
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Function” to choose [ ], press the 
<
l> button, and then choose [On] 
(either press the <
q><r> buttons or turn 
the <
5> dial).
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To restore the original setting, repeat this 
process but choose [Off].
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  Finish the setup process.
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When you press the <
m> button, a 
message about the logger is displayed. 
Be sure to read the message.
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The [ ] icon shown with your shots 
indicates the GPS reception status at that 
time (
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The logger function will operate, and the 
date, time and location information based 
on signals acquired from GPS satellites 
will be logged to the camera.
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The logger will continue to function even 
when the camera is turned off.
Geotagging Images While Shooting
The still images and movies you shoot can be geotagged, automatically 
adding latitude, longitude, and elevation information. You can review the 
recorded location information on the camera (
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and movies shown next to them.
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  Activate GPS.
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Follow steps 1 – 2 in “Using GPS 
) to configure the
setting.
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 Shoot.
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The still images and movies you shoot 
are now geotagged, and you can review 
the location information as described in 
In addition to geotagging your shots, you can also tag shots with the 
shooting date and time (
Geotagging applies the initial camera location and shooting date and time, as 
acquired when you begin shooting a movie.
shooting date and time as acquired for the first movie that day.
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