Chapter 10: Using the Canon EOS 6D Wireless Features
The Canon EOS 6D introduces the first-ever built-in Wi-Fi and GPS features included on an EOS camera. These features open up a world of sharing and provide remote control options never before possible with a Canon dSLR. Wi-Fi makes it easy to use a smartphone or tablet to control the camera and capture images remotely, connect to and print from wirelessly enabled printers, transfer images between Wi-Fi enabled cameras, and share your images and movies on popular social media sites, such as Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube. The robust built-in GPS system provides features like geotagging and mapping image locations.
In this chapter, I discuss setting up the camera’s Wi-Fi settings, connecting to a wireless network, sharing images and video on the web, remotely controlling the camera with a smartphone or tablet, geotagging images with GPS information, and using the map utility.
The Canon iMAGE Gateway sign-in page.
The 6D’s new built-in Wi-Fi capabilities make it possible to do the following wirelessly:
• Remotely control the camera
• Transfer images
• Print images
• Share images and movies on social media sites
In this section, I detail the 6D Wi-Fi settings, and show you how to configure the camera settings, connect to a network, and share images on the web. In the next section, I’ll explain how to set up ...