Canon EOS Rebel T7 – Wireless Connection with an iOS Device

[MUSIC] In this video, we'll show you how to
connect your Canon EOS digital SLR camera to your compatible iOS device
Let's get started ! With built-in Wi-Fi® technology, you can easily share photos from your camera to your iOS device. We recommend using Camera Access Point mode which allows you to connect your camera
directly to your mobile device without the need for a wireless router. First, let's download the Canon Camera Connect app on your iOS device. Find and tap the App Store icon. Then tap the Search icon. In the search box, type Canon Camera Connect, then tap Search. In the search results, tap Get, then tap Install and complete the installation. Now let's connect your camera. Please make sure the camera's date and time are correctly set up and a memory card is
inserted in the camera before proceeding. Make sure the camera is powered on, then press the Menu button. Using the four-way directional pad on the back of the camera, go to the third wrench menu. Press the Set button to select Wi-Fi / NFC. Select enable, Then press the Set button.

Please note, enabling Wi-Fi / NFC will
disable all connections via the USB and HDMI terminals. If you'd like to connect the camera to a computer using a USB cable, Wi-Fi / NFC has to be disabled. If this is your first time enabling Wi-Fi functions, you'll be asked to enter a nickname. This nickname will be used for Wi-Fi® connections. Press the Set button. You may select the provided nickname or enter your own. If you'd like to enter a
new device nickname, delete the provided nickname by pressing the button with the
trashcan icon. Type in the new device nickname using the directional pad and the Set button, and then press the Menu button when finished. Select OK, and then press the Set button. Back on the third wrench menu, select Wi-Fi function, and then press the Set button.

In the Wi-Fi function menu, select Connect to smartphone. Keep the setting on Easy connection, then select OK. The camera's SSID and encryption key will be displayed. On your iOS device, go to your Wi-Fi® settings. Find and select the network
name or SSID displayed on the camera. Then enter the encryption key, which is
also displayed on the camera. Once the device is connected, return to the home screen on your iOS device and open the Canon Camera Connect app. If this is your first time installing the app, the following screen will appear. Read the agreements, and if you agree to the terms, tap agree to continue. On the Camera Connect welcome screen, tap Skip, then tap Close. The Camera Connect welcome screen
will only appear once the first time you open the app. When this screen appears, select your camera. When you see this screen on the camera, press the Set button to select OK. You can now send images from your camera to your iOS device. Using the Canon Camera Connect app on
your iOS device, tap Images on Camera. When a list of images from the camera
appears on your iOS device, tap select.

Then choose the images that you'd like to transfer. Once your images are selected, tap this icon. A resize option screen may be displayed. Choose an option and then tap OK. Your photos will now be
transferred and saved to your iOS device. After the images have been saved, tap the
X icon in the upper right of the screen. Then tap the left arrow icon in the
upper left to return to the menu screen. To end the connection tap the X icon in
the upper right of the screen, then tap Yes. Follow these steps if you'd like to
connect another mobile device. Go to the third wrench menu and select Wi-Fi function. In the Wi-Fi function menu, select Connect to smartphone. In the Connect a smartphone menu, select Choose set. Choose a set that is not currently configured.

You have the option to save three connection settings in the camera. The connection process will be the same. Please refer back to the camera
connection section earlier in the video if you need more help. It's also possible to rename each connection setting that you created. To do this, go to the third
wrench menu and select Wi-Fi function. In the Wi-Fi function menu, select Connect
to smartphone. In the Connect to smart phone menu, select Choose set. Then select the set you'd like to rename. Back on the Connect a smartphone menu, select review / change settings, then select Change settings name. Delete the provided settings name by pressing the
button with the trashcan icon. Type in the new settings name using the
directional pad and the Set button, and then press the Menu button when finished. Select OK, and then press the Set button. If you'd like to reconnect to
your mobile device, please follow these steps.

Go to the third wrench menu and
select Wi-Fi function. In the Wi-Fi function menu, select Connect to smartphone. In the Connect to smart phone menu, select Choose set, then select a set or connection setting that you'd like to connect to. Back in the Connect to smart phone menu, select Connect, then press the Set button. Select OK to connect to your mobile device. On your iOS device, go to your Wi-Fi® settings. Select and connect to the network name or SSID that you previously used with the camera.

Open the Canon Camera Connect app. Your camera will appear at the top of the home screen. You can now send images from your camera to your iOS device. If you lose Wi-Fi® connection because of an updated operating system or an app update,
performing a wireless settings reset may resolve the problem. Press the menu button and go to the third wrench menu. Select Wi-Fi function and press the Set button. Press the Display button. In the general settings menu, select clear Wi-Fi settings and press the Set button. Select OK and press the Set button. Wireless communication will reset back to the default settings.

Please follow the video again from the beginning to reconnect your mobile device. Congratulations! You've successfully connected your Canon EOS Digital SLR to your iOS device. You can now share photos from your camera to your iOS device. For help with connecting your camera to an Android™ device, please visit our YouTube channel for more videos. Thank you for watching. you.

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