Canon S2 IS Leaflet (en)

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Playback Mode:
Standard Information view
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No Information
A.
Connect the camera to the printer and turn on the
printer's power.
B.
 ,
,
 appears* in the upper-left corner of the camera's
LCD monitor, indicating that the printer is ready to print.
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Quick Reference
Switching Between Shooting/Playback
Shooting Modes
 :  Shoots with settings selected by the camera.
Portrait
The background is blurred and the subject is
in clear focus
Landscape
            For shooting landscape scenes.
Night Scene
For photographing human subjects against the
backdrop of an evening sky or a night scene.
Special Scene
Select from six scene modes to shoot with the most appropriate
settings for the scene.
My Colors
Use these modes to change image colors and then shoot.
Stitch Assist
Images shot in Stitch Assist mode can be merged together on a
computer to make a single panoramic image.
Movie
For shooting movies.
C
re
ativ
e Zone
Im
age Zon
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Auto
C.
Select the image that you want to print with the 
B or A
button on the omni selector and press the
button.
The
 button will flash blue and printing will start.
 
 Direct Print User Guide
Macro Shooting
Press the 
 button to display the 
 on the LCD monitor. Use this mode
to shoot close-ups of flowers or small objects.
* Recordable Area at Minimum Shooting Range <Shooting Distance>
At max. wide angle end: approx. 118 x 87 mm (4.6 x 3.4 in.)
<From the front of lens: 10 cm (3.9 in.)>
Changing the Displayed Information
Press the DISP. button to switch the displayed information, as follows.
In addition, there are functions that can be set in each shooting mode. For
details refer to “Functions Available in Each Shooting Mode” at the end of the
Camera User Guide
.
Shooting:
Turn the mode lever to 
 while pressing
the release button.
Playback:
Turn the mode lever to 
 while pressing
the release button.
The following manuals are supplied with your camera. Please refer to them
as need be.
Contents of This Guide
B.
Play back the images.
Use the 
B or A button to display the image you
wish to see.
Mode Lever
Release
Button
A Button
B Button
A.
Use the 
B or A button on the
omni selector to select the
image that you want to erase
(
) and press the 
 button
(
).
B.
When the confirmation screen appears, check
that [Erase] is selected and press the SET button.
Select [Cancel] using the 
B or A button on the omni selector to
cancel without erasing.
B.
Insert the batteries as
shown.
C.
Close the battery cover.
D.
Open the memory card slot
cover.
Reference Guides
Quick Start
Guide
Direct Print User Guide
Printer User
Guide
Camera User Guide
Software Starter Guide
• ZoomBrowser EX
Software User Guide
• ImageBrowser
Software User Guide
This
guide
System Map
Supplied with
a printer
Erasing an Image
Camera User Guide
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Preparing the Camera
Playback
 Camera User Guide
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A.
Turn the mode lever to 
 (Playback)
while pressing the release button.
- If you wish to use the LCD monitor, open it.
- The power/mode lamp lights green.
1.
Install the batteries and the
memory card.
2.
Shoot images with the camera.
3.
Play back the images.
4.
Erase any unwanted images.
Learn the names of camera
components.
5.
Print the images.
Included accessories and separately
sold equipment information.
6.
Install the software.
Connect the camera to a
computer.
The various ways of using the
software.
What you can do with the
software.
7.
Download the images to a
computer.
A.
Turn the mode lever
to
 (Shooting)
while pressing the
release button.
B.
Turn the mode dial to 
.
C.
If you wish to use the LCD
monitor, open it.
D.
Set the date and time. The first time you
turn on the camera, you must set the
date and time.
E.
Aim the camera at the subject and adjust the zoom to
achieve the desired composition. (See “Zoom” in the “Quick
Reference”section.)
F.
Focus and shoot.
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 Camera User Guide
2
Shooting
 Press the shutter button
       all the way to shoot.
 Camera User Guide
 Camera User Guide
 Camera User Guide
Printing with a Direct Print Compatible Printer
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Printers
These PDF format guides
are available on the Canon
website. Please download
them from the following
URL: http://web.canon.jp/
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A.
Open the battery
cover.
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E.
Mode Lever
Release
Button
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Camera
Power/Mode
Lamp
The Power/Mode lamp lights orange.
Power/Mode
Lamp
Release button
With the label side up, insert the
memory card into the slot.
Insert the memory card all the way
until it clicks.
Slide the memory card slot cover
closed.
Shooting mode:
LCD monitor  - On (no information)
LCD monitor - On (information view)
LCD viewfinder - On (no information)
LCD viewfinder - On (information view)
Continuous Shooting/Self-timer
Press the 
 / 
button to cycle through the settings.
(Some settings are not available with certain shooting modes.)
 Single image shooting
 Continuous shooting
/
 / 
Self-timer (10 sec.) / Self-timer (2 sec.) / Custom
Zoom
 Wide Angle
Zoom out from the subject.
 Telephoto
Zoom in on the subject.
* The zoom can be adjusted from 36 to
432 mm (35 mm film equivalent).
Telephoto
Wide Angle
Use the 
B or A button on the omni
selector to select the items that you want to
set, and then use the 
C or D button on the
omni selector to change the value.
Check that the date and time shown are
correct, and then press the SET button.
 Press the shutter button half-
way to focus.
The camera focuses and beeps
twice.
* The displayed icon may vary depending on the printer model.
To remove the memory card
Push the memory card until the card clicks and then release it.
Flash Range: 70 cm - 5.2 m (2.3 - 17.1 ft.) (wide-angle)
70 cm - 4.0 m (2.3 - 13.1 ft.) (telephoto)
* Red-eye reduction: This feature reduces the effect of light reflecting back
from the eyes and making them appear red.
Flash
When the 
blinks red on the LCD monitor or viewfinder, or when you wish to use the
flash, raise it manually. Once the flash is raised, press the  button to cycle between flash
modes. Some flash modes are not available with certain shooting mode.
When the red-eye reduction function
is on
 Auto with red-eye reduction
 Flash on with red-eye reduction
 Flash off (when flash is lowered.)
Flash off
(when flash is lowered)
When the red-eye
reduction function is off
 Auto
 Flash on
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