The EOS 20D is provided with three software CD-ROMs containing (Windows & Mac versions):
- CD 1: Canon EOS Solution Disk 8.0
- EOS Viewer Utility 1.1
- EOS Capture 1.1
- PhotoStitch 3.1
- Canon Camera WIA Driver *w
- CD 2: Canon Digital Photo Professional 1.1
- CD 3: Adobe Photoshop Elements 2.0
*w Windows only
Canon EOS Viewer Utility (22.214.171.124)
After starting EOS Viewer Utility the main window is displayed, it is divided into four panes; Folder list (top left), Bookmark (bottom left), Thumbnail display (center), Histogram / Information / Notes (right). Additionally the Tool Palette Window may also be displayed which allows you to make RAW adjustments in thumbnail or single view modes (see below).
Thumbnail index view
Thumbnails shown can be from your computer (or network) or connected camera. Double click on a single image to open the single image view window (see below). Images can be organized or manipulated individually or as a group (by selecting more than one image). Icons along the toolbar allow you to rotate, check / uncheck, protect / unprotect, modify IPTC data and erase images (among other functions). Select a single / multiple RAW images, right click and select 'Convert and save in file...' to display the save dialog.
Single image view
The single image view window enables a large view of the chosen image and can be manipulated on its own, this includes RAW adjustments provided by the Tool Palette window (see below). You can change the magnification level and pan around the image. Select the 'Save File' icon or right click and select 'Convert and save in file...' to display the save dialog.
Tool Palette Window (RAW adjustment)
Press CTRL+T or select 'Tool Palette' from the View menu to display the RAW adjustment tool palette. This window allows for adjustment of RAW parameters for RAW images. This small floating window can be used in both the main window thumbnail view (with one or more RAW images selected) or in single image view. Settings applied to an image are memorized by EOS Viewer Utility. You can also copy and paste settings between RAW images.
|Example of as-shot RAW settings (inherited from camera settings at time of exposure), these are indicated by bold and italic text.||Here we have made several adjustments: digital exposure compensation, white balance, contrast, saturation and color space.|
RAW adjustments which can be applied from the Tool Palette:
|Digital Exposure Compensation||+/- 2.0 EV in 0.1 EV steps|
|White balance||Auto, Presets, Kelvin, White Point|
|White balance fine tuning||Blue - Amber & Green - Magenta|
|Contrast||Low, Mid Low, Standard, Mid High, High|
|Color mode||Standard, B/W|
|Color saturation||Low, Mid Low, Standard, Mid High, High|
|Color tone||-2, -1, 0, +1, +2|
|B/W filter||None, Yellow, Orange, Red, Green|
|B/W toning||None, Sepia, Blue, Purple, Green|
|Color space||sRGB, Adobe RGB|
|Sharpness||Low, Mid Low, Standard, Mid High, High|
Select EOS Capture from the Option menu to launch the EOS Capture remote control application which allows you to control camera settings and trigger exposures on a tethered camera. Images are saved to the local hard disk (and optionally also the storage card). Settings are adjusted by clicking on the setting on the display panel and pressing the left or right adjustment arrows. Additionally you can also execute 'Timer Shooting' (time lapse) which can be configured to take an exposure at specific intervals.
|EOS Capture immediately after startup displaying current camera settings. Click on the camera icon to take a shot.||Click on any of the 'adjustable' settings (such as aperture, white balance, ISO etc.) and use the left / right arrows to change.|
With the camera attached to the computer you can select the Camera Settings option, this displays various items of information including the camera Body ID, Firmware version, Battery status. It also allows you to set the owner's name, date & time and also format the CF card.
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