Canon PowerShot S1 IS User Manual (en)

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Operating the Shutter Remotely
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Remote Shooting
1
Click 
 and check the subject in the viewfinder.
2
Change the image size or resolution, the rotation settings and the settings at the 
bottom of the window as required. 
If you intend to tilt the camera 90 degrees on end to photograph a person, you can save 
the image to the computer with the correct orientation if you set the rotation settings in 
advance.
3
Click the [Release] button.
The recorded image is saved to the folder that was displayed in the window when the 
remote shooting procedures were initiated.
Ensure that you turn off your computer’s standby mode before you begin 
remote shooting. The device performance cannot be guaranteed if the 
computer enters the standby mode.
If your camera is equipped with the Auto Rotate function and you set it 
to On, the image will automatically be rotated and appear in the correct 
viewing orientation in the RemoteCapture Task window.
• You can release the shutter by pressing the camera’s shutter button or 
the keyboard’s space key.
• The zoom controls and other camera buttons and switches, except for 
the shutter button, cannot be operated while the camera is being used 
for remote shooting.
• You may notice that the interval between the shutter release and 
activation is slightly longer for remote shooting than when the camera 
is used independently.